"Some people are easier to love when you don't have to be around them.“-Irvine Welsh
Oh Man this brings me so many memories.
Me,15 years old, in the first year of high school, broke af, saving the little money that was given to me for food, I went to one of the coarsest bookstores in my country and bought an Stephen's book for 20 bucks, that book was my companion throughout the year, I loved it, now I don't know why I did it but I loved it, the story became fascinating and inspired me…
This film was giving me vietnam flashbacks when any man took screen time.
I find so interesting an old saying or phrase that some ppl use in regard of women "ser mujer es ser el sexo debil", and the reason why I find this so interesting it's because I remember that someone said once that women are so used to internal pain while men are conditioned to think they are the stronger sex cause they are better with external pain,…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I love the way this film it's so unapologetic with the hearing community. Because we are not making it easy for them, we deserve the same treatment.
One of this days I was losing my mind by the idea of going blind, deaf or become an amputee due to a recent accident I had where I almost lose one of my fingers while sculpting and all that started to rasonate with me, I work with my hands daily and I…