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Two Films I Enjoyed On An Airplane

As mentioned in my previous post (which wasn’t really much of a post), I’m experiencing quite a bit of writer’s block at the moment where I can’t seem to write more than about a paragraph at a time. I’m not sure if it’s all the reports I have to write at work sucking the words […]

Anna Karenina (2012): “Romantic love will be the last delusion of the old order.”

Based on one of my favourite books of all time, by the magnificent Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina (2012) is a tragic story about love and lust, society, marriage, loyalty, and the conflict between traditional and modern Russian values. It centres on the titular character Anna (Keira Knightley), who is in a stable but monotonous relationship […]