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Imperfect 10

Actually forgot all about it, but then remembered that my little blog celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. Still just as humble as its beginnings – mindboggling! So, will I be here in 2029? Well, who knows, but let’s hope … Continue reading

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Irresistible

Promised myself to stop buying movies on dvd. Failed miserably when I found these at a supermarket sale.

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Vida vidder!?

Signed up for the free (i.e. tax-financed) and library-connected movie service Viddla – and found two hitherto unseen book entries: Lady M plus The Handmaiden, both from 2016!

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Again!

The new edition is on its way, which means that there is time for yet another round of the old in and out. I haven’t even had the opportunity to see all of the deleted ones – but rest assured, … Continue reading

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The shape of things to come?

People over at the wiki are already making predictions for the next edition! – – – 2018 Predictions The Shape of Water Get Out Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Call Me By Your Name A Fantastic Woman Wonder Woman Dunkirk … Continue reading

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Harry Dean Stanton (1926–2017)

A low-key legend has left us, playing lead (occasionally) or supporting (predominantly) roles in at least a dozen 1001 movies. Highly respected, even hailed by critic Roger Ebert who created the »Stanton-Welsh Rule«. We salute Stanton, talented as a musician … Continue reading

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gothenburg <3 cannes

One film festival city celebrates another as Draken Film chooses ten Cannes winners! Eight of these titles have been in one 1001 book or other. Roma, Città Aperta (1946) La Dolce Vita (1960) Les parapluies de Cherbourg (1964) Paris, Texas … Continue reading

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