Wow, was I ignorant about Ruth Bader-Ginsburg! Here I’ve been working at BookStoreOne in Sarasota, and in my defense, with a constant stream of books going by me on a daily basis…here was The Notorious RBG book, the RBG workout book (my interior though being, ‘does this get shelved in Humor or Health and Fitness?,… Continue reading Let This Be a Lesson: RBG
I recently watched two PPLL (Pre-Pension Library Loaners) and was surprised at their similarity regarding a legion of f-bombs. The two films also both have either a sad back or front story. I took out Object of My Affection after starting a play reading class in which we started with one act by Wendy Wasserstein.… Continue reading Two Semi Oldies: Both Blue in Language and History
Don’t you feel proud to remember something before you end up doing an internet search? Like I was going to pose the question: does Rachel Weisz play the same femme fatale character in every darn movie?….but then I remembered, ‘wait, no! Remember one of your favorite films OF ALL TIME (thanks Kanye) called “Truth” where… Continue reading Disobedience, Two Rachels Sitting in a Tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G
After seeing Foxtrot and loving it at Burns Court last week, I sought out an older film starring Lior Ashkenazi with whom I am now obsessed. In a good way of course, but perhaps in a negative sense as he makes me miss both an emotionally abusive social worker (holy oxymoron) I dated and my… Continue reading Late Marriage from 2001, Consummate This!
Foxtrot is an amazing film written and directed by Samuel Moaz. This blog will be exceptionally short because to say much about the film would spoil the various and fantastic surprises that occur. I can and will say a few things, of course. First, you know the old real estate slogan: location, location, location. To… Continue reading Foxtrot, Sins of the Father