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Douglas Sirk, in Japanese, on acid = Pure Cinema

April 24, 2011


A disclaimer: if you’re wondering what the title of this post refers to, no, I did not watch a Japanese dub of Written on the Wind whilst on acid, although I have absolutely no doubt that that would be nothing short of amazing. Could you imagine: colours more colourful that our eyes can perceive, sets […]

And now, a musical interlude – Part 1

April 6, 2011


I talk way too much. I know this. So here, without any unnecessary talking on my part, I present to you, selections from my favourite scores of all time. These may simply be selections from a score, a theme I particularly like or just single pieces that I love. Let’s get this train wreck a-rollin’! […]

Moments That Changed Me – Paths of Glory

April 1, 2011


And so, tried with the task of choosing the moments in cinema that changed him, his perspective and his view of cinema, he set off into the wilderness of his memories – be they good, bad, wondrous, horrific – and began writing them down. These are the Moments That Changed Me…   Paths of Glory […]