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I long for this mirrored perspective.

There is this moment, this line of dialogue, in the film Take This Waltz, that resonates with me more than maybe any moment, or any line, in any film I’ve ever seen. 500 more words

Musings

Leonard Cohen

I first heard the music of Leonard Cohen when I was 15. I had one of those “The Essential…” CDs I ordered from the last gasp of Columbia house, which was a delicious source of “free” CDs for me back then. 757 more words

Film

Tender Napalm

Good Buzz fill the Boys School of Smock Alley with clay for an energetic performance of Philip Ridley’s acclaimed two-hander.

A red line separates the audience from the players, nestled on an artificial grassy mound rising out of real clay. 439 more words

Talking Theatre (Reviews)

Margaret Atwood’s ‘Alias Grace’ Miniseries

“Three very influential artists are partaking in the making of an upcoming Netflix miniseries. The first is Margaret Atwood, providing source material through her based-on-a-true-story crime novel,

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20th Century

Pegang Kendali

Pesannya sederhanya saja: jangan memulai jika tidak tahu cara untuk menghentikannya. Memegang kendali merupakan hal penting. Bukan berarti dalam maksud untuk mengatur apalagi menguasai pihak lain, tapi lebih untuk memantapkan otoritas terhadap diri sendiri. 542 more words

Cerita Bermalam-malam

A Sentimental Movie - Take This Waltz

Here I’m again, laying in my basement, start something never well-known blog about some movie with my broken English.

Just a digression, all the films I have written in my blog are the ones I really like and appreciate, the ones once opened a window for me to glimpse at a different perspective, a new insights, or simply clearing out a realization of ourselves. 823 more words

Film.culture

A character everyone loves to hate - Margot, Take This Waltz // An Online Universe

Originally published on An Online Universe

In September 2006, veteran Canadian actor Sarah Polley would première her directorial and writing début at the Toronto Film Festival. 1,072 more words