Poetry in Film
And with this, the “Poetry in Film” column can officially begin.
Inspired by the scene in “Only lovers left alive” where Eve reads Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116 while on a plane, I would like to also include a reading of Lord Byron's poem "She walks in Beauty" by Tom Hiddleston (who plays the role of Adam in the film). Continue reading "Two love poems by Shakespeare and Lord Byron"
Ain't this like the present / to be showing up like this?
Continue reading "“Blood Bank” by Bon Iver"
When things are lost in translation, there is an implication not only on people’s lack of ability to literally and figuratively understand one other but their lack of desire as well. Continue reading "Nothing lost in “Lost in Translation”"
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is first and foremost famous for Audrey Hepburn’s looks and style. A second claim to fame is the beautiful song “Moon River”. A third is a famous line directed at Audrey Hepburn’s character, Holly, by the man who loves her and whom she clearly loves in return. Continue reading "Terrified free spirits"
Finding a relatable topic should never be the objective I often think of how essential this phenomenon has become as I write my posts. I tell myself this as I think it can perhaps be an inescapable fate for an artist, author, or even blogger. Reactions are necessary, without them work can so often seem futile. While it is important to find ways to “attract” … Continue reading Interesting read for the Age of the Selfie