(photo by Neil Krug ) Just a few weeks ago, sad-pop singer Lana Del Rey released her latest album Lust For Life which contains 16 mind-blowing tracks that span a range of relevant topics but stick true to her 'Summertime Sadness' trademark. Lana Del Rey's songs possess a nostalgia for an Americana landscape full of classic … Continue reading Lana Del Rey : Lust for Life REVIEW
WARNING: SPOILERS ALERT (source: imdb.com) The shots, cuts and camera angles used in T2 reflect the style and tone of Trainspotting (1996). Paired with a gritty soundtrack that ranges from classics-remixed or toned down- from Trainspotting and contemporary music, the film exudes in its technique the theme of T2; nostalgia and coming to terms with your … Continue reading T2: Response and Reflection
In response to my first post Returning to Trainspotting: The Release of T2 I am working on a reflection of T2 which I did go and see a couple days ago. All I can say right now is, heart-wrenching. I hope to have the reflection polished, done and posted within the next few days. It will … Continue reading ANNOUNCEMENT: working on a reflection for T2!
(photo source: imdb.com) Trainspotting directed by Danny Boyle came out in 1996. I was just a toddler when it was released but first saw it in my teens. It was accompanied with a slew of movies that were deemed 'classic' by my friends and family which included A Clockwork Orange (1971), SLC Punk (1998) and Fight Club … Continue reading Returning to Trainspotting: The Release of T2