Saturday, March 18, 2023

Saturday, February 11, 2023

Saturday Poetry Corner 67: Les Malades


Today, a poem by Emile Verhaeren (1855–1916), a Belgian poet. 

I have to admit, I adore the metrum of French verses and the English translation, although good, pales with it.

Sunday, January 01, 2023

Documentaries of 2022

In case anyone wants to watch some interesting documentaries, here's the list of the ones I've watched in the past year. Some are standalone films, and some are multi-episode series. And one is comprised of 7 seasons.

Saturday, November 19, 2022

Saturday Poetry Corner 66: Annabel Lee

 I can't believe I haven't posted this yet, but it's never too late for some good E.A. Poe.

Saturday, November 12, 2022

Saturday Poetry Corner 65: No!

 Today, after a long long break - poem nr 65 by Thomas Hood.


Friday, August 05, 2022

[Movies Review] DPRK Movies, Or How Great Is Our General!

The first 10 movies I will be presenting here, were completely random, maybe except for "The Flower Girl". I just watched what generator actually shown. That's why those are movies mainly from the 80s and 90s. With the next 10, I will try to be more selective (maybe Bulgasari, who knows), however I don't promise I will watch "The Sea of Blood" once again.
OK, let's parachute into the arms of a... tractor driver.

Saturday, March 26, 2022

Thursday, October 14, 2021

[Short Review] The Witch's Diner

A short review of a short drama (8 episodes, some even 40+ minutes only) from Tving. This is most certainly a Song Jihyo's drama as her character is the gravitational center and creator of the plot that flows not too dramatically, not too snoozy. And drama shows that most of the things we want, we get not by magic but through tests and tribulations.

Saturday, October 02, 2021

Saturday Poetry Corner 63: Birches

 Today, a poem by a very known poet, who also graced this blog with his poems - Robert Frost.


Wednesday, September 01, 2021

[First Impression] Police University

I realized not so long ago that more and more of my so-called "reviews" are rather musings, throwing theories here and there, based rather on personal feelings than any notebook of cinematography/screenwriting/whatever craft. If I like it, then I like it and may be the only person liking it.
I am probably the only person liking this drama then.