Time builds bonds.
Russian Doll is so good you should go watch it before reading this article so it isn’t ruined for you.
In her recent opinion piece for NBC News, Jillian Richardson posits that America’s young people are suffering from a lack of meaningful connection. She says, “The average person in the U.S. has only one close friend, according to a study published in the American Sociological Review. One in four people have no confidantes at all… Continue reading Skate Kitchen is So Freakin’ Good
Roma begins with the sloshing of water over tiles. There are suds. In the reflection of the water, we see an opening to the sky flanked by walls – we are in a courtyard. Still in the reflection, a plane flies by, and we hear it’s distant rumble. Eventually, we learn we are in a… Continue reading Roma Focuses on the Invisible Things that Tie Us Together
What if – stop me if you’ve heard this one – action sequences also served as character development?
Breaking down Act 1 of a fantastic play & film about someone breaking bad.
A tale of historical and personal woe.