Have just returned from seeing Django Unchained and I don’t know what the hell I was expecting, but it was terrible. Not terrible in a “Independence Day/ Airforce One” way. It was an amazing, beautiful and clever film. But it was disturbing and distressing. Continue reading “Django Unchained”
I think it will be quite a challenge for me, not because I find reading problematic, but because I read alot of stuff online, and in order to read a book, I have to be offline (even reading an ebook means I have to just read the book and not be tempted by the hyperlink (confession: I have an addiction to the hyperlink [you just never know where it will take you!])
Anyway, I’ve finished my first book!!! Continue reading “Feminism for everybody: Book 1 of 52 for 2012”
Last night I went to see The Story of the Miracle of Cookie’s Table at the Cremorne Theatre (QPAC) written by Wesley Enoch and directed by Leah Purcell for Bungarbura Production.