A powerful love story, that remains as potent today as it was in the midst of war torn Berlin. Aimée and Jaguar (a.k.a Lilly Wust and Felice Schragenheim) met unexpectedly and nothing was ever the same. Lilly (Juliane Köhler) is a frazzled blonde housewife to a Nazi (Detlev Buck), courting lovers of equal questionable characters. By happenstance, … Continue reading
How much information can our brains hold? Can we recall being born? Are we living up to our full human capacity? What have we done with the world we were given a billion years ago? Does our brain only make use of 10%? Are we reincarnations of our earths history and ancestors? Can we know … Continue reading
Johnny Gosch, a sweet, freckle-faced 12-year-old Iowa paper boy, ventured out early on the 5th of September, 1982, to start his morning delivery route. He took his red wagon and dachshund puppy, Gretchen, as company. By 6 a.m., his red wagon with undelivered newspapers and puppy were both found abandoned on the sidewalk. Other young … Continue reading
Three kittens encountered in my neighborhood. One, a mother, the others, her son and daughter. Their purring in unison, unmistakable. This is how they communicate. Upon inquiry from neighbors, I learn they have roamed this particular urban corridor for over 12 years. People come and go. They saw it all. A decade came and went. … Continue reading
This year’s Sci-Fi film of merit, Transcendence, has garnered more nay than yay. In the starring role, Johnny Depp plays Dr. William Caster, a respected researcher of Artificial Intelligence at the University of California Berkeley. Caster’s wife, Evelyn, is effortlessly conveyed by Rebecca Hall (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, The Town, Closed Circuit), a guileless scientist who … Continue reading
Filmmaker and musical poet, Felix Van Cleeff (The Violet Hour, My Bethesda Angel, Black Dog), has released a second album, The Crimson Sea, filled with tempting, hypnotic jazz-grunge melodies. Van Cleeff is the man behind the pen, writing and composing all the songs on the album. It was produced and mastered by Floyd Raynor. Accompanying Van Cleeff‘s … Continue reading
Brescia-born Italian artist, Guglielmo Cavellini, best known for his coined term, ”autostoricizzazione” (self-historicization), made art that preserved his legacy. He wanted to be his own biographer, and have charge over his own public persona and representation. These works do just that. In collaboration with Archivio Cavellini in his hometown of Brescia and the LYNCH THAM … Continue reading
I. Stolen strength the thief runs through the house of truth An angry smile Banshee! cloaked in false moralities you feel righteous in your wrongdoing you partake of stale bread and dare to call it nourishment II. Your wounds only bare bandage And yet, the most reverent stream begs to cleanse you you refuse Coward! Conformist! … Continue reading
Cruel gods with yellow voices They mix the potions, in a quiet place Doubt. Finding you in a private space They pluck you from your tree Before you slip into the earth Succumb. Turn you into stone Living in the costume of another A murder!
pomegranate leaves a bloody lip oozing out, is life, pulsing, and i can sense that it’s been a long time since someone anointed your ears with kind words the sullen morning, is reverent she dies a thousand deaths just to not run into you, upset your order sunlight fills her hair, like fire, and she’s … Continue reading
Contemplating a move anywhere can elicit many feelings and stir up new ideas or old fears, all at once. It can be inspiring, terrifying and just the call to action you have been seeking as you plan to take a new step in your career or education, live your dreams or just expose yourself to … Continue reading
His eyes were icy blue Like the waters he dove into Tears of Narcissus.
Los Angeles may be the City of Angels, but New York is certainly a city of fallen angels dreaming in a concrete jungle. Floating and running. Running from each other, sometimes into themselves, trying to blend into a city scape and its enshrouded nature and history. Seeking to be noticed, and yet at the same … Continue reading
Sins are lived twice and men act as mirrors of each other, regardless of how disparate their histories and futures. They atone of their transgressions in mere glances. This isn’t just a movie, a film, or simply a script – this is real life. As sloppy, unforgiving and secretive as a hard life lived breathlessly. … Continue reading
Robert Redford’s “The Company You Keep” is (almost) a hippie-modern retelling of “Les Misérables” in the format of “All The Presidents Men”. Redford is both actor and director for the first time since his 2007 film “Lions for Lambs.” “The Company You Keep” (to open in theaters on April 12, 2013) re-spins the tale, by way of … Continue reading
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