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  • The Careful Massacre of the Bourgeoisie

    The Careful Massacre of the Bourgeoisie

    I’ve been writing and rewriting this for hours now. Doing my best to put together how I feel and what I’d wanna say to everyone following me on here. I have to apologize for my absence these last few months. While I’ve never been a confident writer, or confident anything for that matter, I’ve somehow managed to cultivate this awesome community on Letterbox. The support and love I’ve received has helped me in ways I could never begin to explain.…

  • Melancholia

    Melancholia

    ★★★★★

    There's this strange place between happiness and melancholy. This unmistakable feeling that happiness is just within your grasp - even allowing you to enjoy it from time to time. But just as quickly as you obtain it, it's taken away. It's almost as if the world is playing some cruel joke on you. A joke that everybody seems to be in on except you. You want it to last so badly, would do nearly anything to maintain that feeling -…

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  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion

    Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion

    ★★★★★

    It's that disappointment you feel when you wake up in the morning. Not because you need to wake up for work, or the countless other seemingly trivial things you need to accomplish, but the disappointment you feel that you're still alive another day. It's a strange sensation, really. A hopelessness so deep, so unbelievably exhausting, that it's managed to chip away at everything that once made you, you. You begin to wonder at what point you lost that part of…

  • Paranoia Agent

    Paranoia Agent

    ★★★★★

    Satoshi Kon was truly one of a kind. His presence is still sorely missed today. As my taste in film has shifted over the years — not always for the better — Kon has remained one of the most tantalizing and singular voices in all of cinema, in my opinion. As an impressionable dumb kid, watching Perfect Blue for the first time blew my peanut-sized brain into a thousand pieces. Not only did it open my eyes to this entirely…