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  • Tomboy



    I'm riding on a wave of 5/5s, somebody stop me!

    Tomboy really is worthy of that rating. It's a really strange rating though, as there are elements that I want to criticise heavily, but know that my wanting to slam down on those elements is exactly what Sciamma wanted. Instead, I'll praise this film and rave about it for a little while!

    As someone who is very comfortable with their gender identity and sexuality (something I feel incredibly lucky for),…

  • Stop Making Sense

    Stop Making Sense


    3rd watch:

    Yes, this is the second time I've watched it this week. I was having an awful day; I needed it.

    Just some things that I thought about or noticed upon this viewing:

    - The way everyone on stage looks at eachother is absolutely fantastic. That in itself makes me happy.
    - Tina Weymouth is a seriously cool musician.
    - Once In a Lifetime genuinely makes me beam, even when I'm at my lowest.
    - David Byrne is not…

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  • Amélie



    Rewatching Amélie did many, many things to me. Most notably, it strengthened my adoration for it considerably.

    I watched this for the first time around this time last year, just as the heat was growing and the grey skies replaced by a brilliant blue. Before that, the film had been something on my watchlist for a very, very long time. It's one of my parents' shared favourite films (resulting in my sister being named Amelie), one they always reference. We…

  • Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

    Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind


    5th watch:

    I'm finding myself recently in a state of needing familiarity. Over the past month, as you are aware if you've read my review of Stop Making Sense, I've been having a little bit of a tough time. Over the past week, I've been completing the equivalent of my A-level exams. Stress is a constant companion...

    I've found that rewatching some of my favourites has been a wonderful way to take my mind off of things and escape my…