Sometimes inspiration lies in truly unexpected places. And it’s not true just for the movies, but for books, too. As I was going through yet another heartbreak early this year caused by yet again the same man (let’s call him my Mr. Big as that seems accurate), I felt exhausted and in need of some love.. Love that would inspire me and give me hope that even I will be able to fall in love again, one day not too far away from now. Although it seemed very unlikely. For the starters, I didn’t really want to.… Read More New York, Actually and how I fell in love again
…or maybe you were not, but just prefered not to know.. Whatever the case, I just thought I’ll give you few fun facts about the person behind all this, should you be interested (or maybe more than few…) So, if you’re brave enough and decide carry on reading – nice to meet you!!! And welcome to my crazy mind.… Read More All You Wanted to Know About Me But Were Too Afraid to Ask
I looked at him and was overcome by affection. His big green eyes fixed on me. His pleading look making me feel like I was the only one that could save him. Like I was the only one in his world. Like I was his only chance to be happy. His look almost reliant. I realized there’s nothing I wouldn’t do for him. I was too much in love to deny him anything. Even if I knew I was just plain spoiling him. But who could possibly resist him? He was the cutest looking cat you could ever imagine. He was my cat Aragorn.… Read More A True Love Story and How It All Began
Movies can be mighty revealer. They might not exactly win Oscars, nor be critically acclaimed. They might even be films no one ever heard of, or films you would have never watched if it wasn’t by a chance. But maybe, just maybe, especially those, might become ground breaking for you. Not for the film industry, not for Roger Ebert, but for you, my dear. After all, inspiration and wisdom often lies in the most uncommonly places. So please, do take chances on films.… Read More Why Every Movie Matters
This post is going to be a little personal.
Last week, I went to see a beautiful French movie called Demain tout commence (Two Are Family) directed by Hugo Gélin with the great Omar Sy in the lead. It was on a day, when I felt stuck and uninspired. I was also a little nervous about returning to the cinema, where I have spent six wonderful editions of the festival I used to work for. This was my first visit since leaving the job. … Read More Entering the 29 aka Demain tout commence!