A Single Man and moments of absolute clarity

“A single man” is one of those films that cannot be fully appreciated the first time it is watched. That is because it is something of a masterpiece and. as with any masterpiece, it takes time and numerous viewings to understand its full value. It is first and foremost a beautiful piece of art: perfectly styled, shot and colored. The screenplay perfectly adapted from the … Continue reading A Single Man and moments of absolute clarity

A favorite anti-hero

J.D. Salinger’s ‘The Catcher in the Rye” is an American classic. The story of a young adult, Holden, who recounts his feelings of alienation while attending a private school. His honest thoughts expressed in a conversational style of language – including a great amount of vulgar terms – are what make this book an interesting read. The story is mostly sad but there’s a lot … Continue reading A favorite anti-hero