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Tag: film

Under the Skin

Ever since I’ve watched it, I’ve been thinking about us, robots. The ET beings, not born out of Pure Love but merely sent to Earth for a pre-ordered function, trying to cope in the meantime with every side-effect of having a pussy and boobs, and – God forbid – budding feelings. 

50 Shades of Grey

Ok so I watched the film instead, which was basically the same thing as sleeping, if one could be bored and #rolleyes excessively while sleeping, then enter Johnnie Walker for things to be bearable at all.

The Hanging Tree

One of the most suggestive pieces ever. Gives me shivers every time as the mind travels to dark and shady places you’d think no one walks at night. Do you ever wonder what happens there when the light is absent, or when no one is around? Strange things could happen and I believe they do. […]

Love Me Like You Do

A modern-day Cinderella story. Can’t collect myself to listen to the 2 volume of the audiobook #yawn Love everything but the refrain, btw.

The Muse

His eyes are warm. Smiling. Curious. He takes a few glimpses at my face and I can see those eyes light up. They are captivated, passionate, demanding. At some point, as I sit looking at him, he shakes his head, excited. You inspire me. His hand swiftly moves as he sketches.

Cafe de Flore

I don’t know why so many people have told me to watch this film for years. Said I would like it, and that they saw me there. I truly don’t know why or how they got this idea, this association. Watching it, I didn’t like it. I suffered through it. I was suffocating. At the very end, […]

The Theory of Everything

To be looked at by someone as if your first encounter is a mere formality because their eyes gleam caressing your face like they’ve enjoyed the view for ages. To experience respectful and tender bearing that makes you want to be giving. To meet someone who sees you and they know. And you know. I love you. …it’s a false conclusion. […]

Endless Love

One of the amazingly romantic films that will make you feel both mellow and somewhat shitty: for one, who doesn’t like to dream; on the other hand, it brain-damages you to the point where you might even expect real-life people to fight for love and chase you when you’re gone. Seriously, I’ve read romantic films have negative effects on […]

Thanks for Sharing

To everyone who’s faced their demons. To everyone who has risen, failed and carried on one day at a time. To everyone who has put a giant effort into loving themselves. To everyone who’s been considered hopeless and then guided their teachers along the way. To everyone whose love and forgiveness is greater than fear […]

Begin Again

Wow. Wow. It misses all the prerequisite components: sex between the main characters, a happy ending – an actual ending! – because it’s like that in life, there is never an ending (luckily, there is some sex, though).

Une Rencontre

To say I was a weird kid would be an understatement. With a foster-home haircut, I was often confused for a boy, too. When I saw my first film with Sophie Marceau, I realised a girl who didn’t smile could be beautiful nonetheless, so she sort of became a bit of a role model for a […]

Hans, My Hedgehog

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCvED0fSpwM I can’t believe I found my all-time favourite fairy-tale film… Gosh, such production doesn’t even exist these days, and some would say thank God – but it’s my childhood memory that doesn’t even invite nano-3D miracles for competition. 

My Letter to You, Five Years from Now

It is amazing how passionately we move towards some things that in the course of time appear to have been of a very different purpose than it seemed at the moment passing by. Some of them, though, leave you wondering about the possibilities that are given to you but not fully, as if we were […]

Only Lovers Left Alive

I think I just saw one of my all-time favourites! I mean how amusing can it get when Adam and Eve appear to be still here among us? And yet it can – when you find out just how they get by.


Having seen me walking around the office with my nose in the phone (#typical), my new Manager once said: “You know what Kris, you should really see a film called Her. It’s about you – if you were a guy.”