Currently trying to finish Saint Seiya.
The Criterion Collection / Spine 681
Now that I've been struggling with job opportunities and personal experiences, I can heavily relate to Frances Ha; worrying about my future, wondering if I'll be able to do what I love and perhaps being successful at it, trying so hard at everything even though I have no idea what I'm doing.
I don't know if I'll get my own house, but I'm pretty sure I'll try my best.
What an important film, huh? Loved it.
a couple of things:
1 this is probably Marvel's most creative work to date, where they've put aside their obsession with providing entertainment in its purest form, thus focusing on creating a solid, emotional, interesting story and in a format that frankly works in their favour (a mini-series where they have more time and freedom to cover several aspects/ideas).
2 it's real thing that content with large audiences will trigger theories or ideas, especially if we are…
I used to be obsessed about writing, really obsessed, like there was nothing else in the world for me but writing. I wanted to be the best writer, but I didn't pursue it, actually, like one character from this show, I discovered that I never wanted to become a writer, I just wanted to write some stories.
But this is a show about someone dealing with severe issues, who found a relief in chess, that very game…
Bonds tend to be diverse, sometimes beyond comprehension or explanation; they can exist in the harshest situations, in the most dysfunctional dynamics that you can think of, filled with violence and toxicity in so many senses.
Mommy's rawness and sincerity can be hard to watch, difficult to assimilate, with incredibly well-done shots charged with immense sadness and brutality, it felt like one of those traumatic stories you hear when you're visiting someone who's been through a…