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And, thus, under the ceiling of his room, with eyes open wide as the ocean, shining brighter than the sun, lay Kashiv.

“This, then, is where people come to live; I’d have thought it more of a place to die.”, the first lines of Rilke’s , The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge, unsettled Kashiv. 472 more words

Review - No Man of Her Own

N in the Alphabet Challenge, is No Man of Her Own, the 1950’s film noir drama starring Barbara Stanwyck in the main role and was directed by Mitchell Leisen. 204 more words

Film Review

A Timeline of the Scariest Week of My Life (Rated PG-13)

Friday, January 27th, 6:00am: I head to Lomé with my good friend Austin for a meeting!

8:00am: Our journey is successful. Austin says, “My trips are never usually this easy.” We both agree that something is about to go horribly wrong. 1,013 more words

Peace Corps

REVIEW: Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)

1933, Warner Brothers

Mervyn LeRoy
Jack Warner
Robert Lord
Avery Hopwood (original play)
Erwin S. Gelsey (screenplay)
James Seymour (screenplay) 686 more words

American Films

January Ended Nippy

I fear my relationship with my dog may be forever altered. She crossed a boundary yesterday and I don’t think I can be comfortable anymore. Also, I should have handled the situation better because I think the kids now think I am psychotic with a hair trigger between fun-normal dad and shoe throwing lunatic. 313 more words