(The othertwo I’ve done in stream-of-consciousness/movie note form; I guess there’s no reason to deviate now).
We all lie to our children. A lot. At some point, remembering all those lies is going to become a challenge. We are going to slip up. And our then adult children will remember those lies as the only truth they know/knew. That will undoubtedly prove awkward. Continue reading →
[Have you ever dreamed about having a choice encounter with a true stranger and experiencing real romance, even if only briefly? Well, as threatened/promised in my ramblings regarding the first movie, here are my equally random (but I think intriguing and kind of fun) thoughts/notes on the second movie, Before Sunrise (which is actually the first movie, but I saw the second first, and so should you). These really were both very romantic and gorgeous and delightful films. My notes will make more sense once you have watched, but might be fun anyway. Here you go…] Continue reading →
On one of those rare occasions where I found myself with both the afternoon and the television to myself, I came across Before Sunset (starring Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy), just starting, and I sat down to watch. I had never heard anything about the film, but the opening shots of the streets of Paris captivated my interest. Continue reading →