Documentary seen at Curzon Renoir London.
Dictators seem to be stupid and in fact normally besides being brutal and inhuman and blood thirsty, they make huge mistakes that compromise their own position and end up losing it all.
Augusto Pinochet was a dictator and he was stupid amongst the [...]
It’s interesting, especially as a documentary made “from within”, but it’s not the first nor the most interesting – we know plenty about the inequalities of american society and capitalistic economy and we’ve seen better documentaries denouncing the downside of criminal capitalistic corporate greed. worth watching if you haven’t already.
a really good movie with an incredible cast: a cameo by david byrne (with almost complete live execution of “this must be the place”), sean penn playing an ageing rockstar a la robert smith, frances mcdormand playing the uncanny wife of the rockstar, harry dean stanton playing the man who invented the wheeled luggage and [...]
So it looks like I forgot to record this “major achievement”: watching 20 years of tv over 6 months. I would describe it as a “numbing” experience. I have definitely lost contact with reality, I tend to start every phrase saying “Objection your honour”, and some of my friends have told me that I should [...]
So after the Law & Order marathon, 20 years of TV that I watched over approx. 6 months, now I am watching SVU. The numbing power of TV is incredible, works better than anxiolytics.