The perfect partner to my other love, Theodor Adorno Continue reading "Only lovers love"
..or the faces of many dances. What is it about dance? Good music can easily accomplish what all other art works harder to achieve: the total bypassing of our analytic side for the direct and seamless infiltration into the emotional and instinctual part of us, resulting in the sometimes uncontrollable physical response. Music moves us, quite literally. This response it inspires in us is unlike any other. “Life … Continue reading The many faces of dance: The best dance scenes in modern films
Original score of “The Theory of Everything” A great soundtrack is the best friend a film can have. This soundtrack is even more than that. In order of significance, for me, the performance of the music closely follows Eddie Redmayne’s amazing performance as Stephen Hawking (which also won him the Golden Globe for Best Actor). A soundtrack that adds depth to the story, yet can stand on its own. … Continue reading Jóhann Jóhannsson’s soundtrack wins the Golden Globe
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”"
“Falling slowly” won an Academy Award for Best Original Song. The protagonists of the film “Once” composed and performed it in the film. Games that never amount to more than they’re meant Will play themselves out. Continue reading Falling slowly