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City Symphony of the Douro river

I’ve been pursuing an interest in City Symphonies guided by an article on the British Film Institute website.

Douro, Faina Fluvial (Labor on the Douro River) 147 more words

TV And Film

My Dalliance With Period Dramas

I’ve never usually been one for period dramas. There’s something about them that doesn’t appeal to me. Odd, considering that I absolutely adore learning about history. 389 more words

Books

#AcresOfInk Writing Challenge ~ Week 16: Question 13

YES, I KNOW I’M BEHIND. I’M SORRY.

This question’s answer is kind of a long one so though so… that kinda makes up for it, I guess…? 987 more words

Writing Process

Review: The Handmaid’s Tale, Season One.

In 1985, during a decade characterised by fervent sexual politics, Margaret Atwood published her landmark dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale. It prophesises that in the near future, America has been turned into a totalitarian theocracy called Gilead in which fertile women, dubbed “Handmaids”, are owned by the state and forced to partake in a form of ritualised rape in order to bear children for the ruling elite. 616 more words

Exeposé

13 Reasons Why and the Depiction of Suicide on Screen.

In its most recent escapade, Netflix has released a thirteen episode series adaptation of Jay Asher’s young adult novel, 13 Reasons Why. Through the use of thirteen audio tapes narrated by protagonist Hannah Baker, the show details the thirteen reasons why she chose to end her life. 774 more words

Exeposé

Love, Simon Review

Film Review

Film: Love, Simon

Year: 2018

Director: Greg Berlanti

Cast: Nick Robinson, Katherine Langford, Keiynan Lonsdale, Miles Heizer etc.

Synopsis: It centers on Simon Spier, a closeted gay teenage boy in high school who is forced to balance his friends, his family, and the blackmailer threatening to out him to the entire school, while simultaneously attempting to discover the identity of the anonymous classmate with whom he has fallen in love online. 231 more words

Book Blog

A Love Letter to 80s' Horror: A Review of Meow

When it comes to short films on Crypt TV, they intend to be short and snappy. However, once and awhile, longer films such as Meow are released. 230 more words

Horror