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Sophia Dacy-Cole – My Darling

We were at home over the stove, in the fruit market, and the ocean. We made family meals that took days. We alchemised everything we touched: every scent, walk, cloudscape, folded into a new way to cook together. We were…

Diana Dupu – Poems

The F Word I love women who say They’re not feminists Because they want men to like them Women who say Feminism is bullshit And then move on Meek & muted Have you ever wondered how much Your sensibilities have…

Live: Laibach’s Also Sprach Zarathustra

When you go for the first time to a Laibach gig, you don’t really know what to expect. No matter how much you listen to them at home or watch live recordings, you can’t really be prepared for what is…

Land of Wolves: Sicario

After his Oscar-nominated Incendies, Denis Villeneuve returns with a drug traffic, political drama about the relation between North and South America and the globalized myopia in understanding personal and juridical revenge. Sicario (2015) is an outstanding film about the liminality…

I Am Also A We: The Wachowskis’ Sense8

How difficult is it to situate yourself at a global dimension? Is this a cultural, aesthetic, corporeal or visual exercise? Interconnectedness is a means of expanding the self inside the pretenses of the universal or is it a way of…

Still Alzheimer

Still Alice (2014), directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, is a typically commercial film abounding in clichés, whose unique aim is to make ailing people (or their family, for that matter) feel better. As humane and as considerate this attempt…

Show Me a Hero and I Will Write You a Tragedy

Why is it that the fragmentary structure of a TV series constructs a state of pleasurable longing in the audience? Maybe F. Jameson’s answer turns out to be acceptable, as we all acknowledge that there is no other recognizable rhythm…

A Mirror of our Own Creation

Black Mirror (2011- ) Created by: Charlie Brooker Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror explores plausible scenarios of possible futures, with the common theme of our delicate relationship with technology, and what it means to be human in an increasingly technocratic society….

Why Bryan Fuller’s Fairy Tales Always End Too Soon

                                                           Ned: We were talking about phantom limbs and I blurted it out; it was like word vomit.                                                                Emerson: Then you slipped on that word vomit and fell on your ass and now you all covered in word vomit. (Pushing…

Of Traces and Images // Phoenix (2014)

After Barbara (2012), in which director Christian Petzold offered an account of East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall, his latest feature film, Phoenix (2014) takes its inspiration from another key episode in German history, namely that of…

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