Travel

French Riviera part 1 – Saint-Raphaël

Oh Côte d’Azur, you really stole my heart. That’s why I’m beyond excited to share with you the very first part of my French Riviera trip that I just returned from. We were gone for a total of 7 days, and although it wasn’t long enough for us to see everything we wanted to see,… Continue reading French Riviera part 1 – Saint-Raphaël

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Travel, Uncategorized

Postcards from Venice

A few days ago I’ve been scrolling through my photos from summer 2017. And suddenly all the smells, colours and emotions became so vivid, that I’ve decided it’s time to share with you stories from my stay in Venice. I don’t know who was the first person to call Venice „a city of love”, but… Continue reading Postcards from Venice

Cinema

Moonrise Kingdom, or “Jiminy cricket. He flew the coop.”

Wes Anderson is one of those directors, whose work causes no neutral feelings. You either love it or hate it. When I think of it now, it’s probably really brave for me to start this series with his movie. My beginings with Wes Anderson’s cinematography weren’t the best to be fair. I was actually made… Continue reading Moonrise Kingdom, or “Jiminy cricket. He flew the coop.”

Cinema

Masculin Féminin

If you kill a man, you're a murderer. If you kill million of men, you're a conqueror. If you kill them all, you're God. Masculin Feminin is one of those movies, that taste the best a day after you’ve watched them. At this point you manage to forget the irritating digital effect. All you can… Continue reading Masculin Féminin

Cinema

Patrick Melrose

What can I say about a production, that broke me into half? I like to think of „Patrick Melrose” as of five psychological portraits clipped together with two funerals. David Nicholls did a great job adapting a five-volume novel to five hours limited series. It resulted with a plot that feels well thought out and… Continue reading Patrick Melrose

Biographies

Bob Dylan

They were looking for a child prodigy, protest movement bard, the voice of generation. He was a geek. Unlearned but staggeringly intelligent, acrimoniously sarcastic but delightful, screeching but unusually talented. Ragged vagabond seeking a shelter from the storm. Sure he caught my attention. Whenever I think of Dylan, I see him in a Greenwich Village… Continue reading Bob Dylan