“Mexico is mijn favoriete plek op aarde! Nadat ik de film Frida (2002) zag, nam mijn vriendje me mee naar Mexico-Stad. Daar staat nog altijd het ‘Casa. . .
“Mijn favoriete film is Blow (2001). Die gaat over de beroemde drugsdealer George Jung. Hij begon, ‘como se diche?’, hoe zeg je dat? Hij begon met het. . .
I’m painting the view in front of me, but the film that speaks to me most is Enter the Void (2009) by Gaspar Noé with Paz de la Huerta & Nathaniel Brown. . .
“I recently saw the last episode of the Netflix series Sense 8 (2015) created by the Wachowski sisters. Most people probably know it already, but. . .
“We recently saw Hacksaw Ridge (2016) directed by Mel Gibson. We are into watching historical war movies because they make us realize that we live in. . .
“The TV series The End of the F***ing World (2017) made a huge impression on me. The series is about James (Alex Lawther) and Alyssa (Jessica Barden). He. . .
“I would definitely like to see a documentary about Amsterdam. There’s an interesting history connected to this city. Back when it first came into. . .
“A series that I like a lot is Six Feet Under (2001-2005), which is about a family that runs an independent funeral home. But also about their lives and. . .
Ri Chang Dui Hua | Small Talk (2016): “My mother, my sister and I left my father’s home to start a better life without him when I was ten years old. Because of this, I haven’t been able to go to school in Taiwan. The education that I did receive was mostly from work, great people I met during my upbringing. . .
“I saw The Seventh Sign (1988) when I was a lot younger. I think Demi Moore played the role of the main character. It’s funny because when I watched it again a year ago I thought to myself what an uninteresting film with bad special effects, but back then it influenced me. . .
“We both saw the documentary Amy (2015) about Amy Winehouse. But only one of us saw the documentary of Avicii: True Stories (2017). We are both musicians and just chilling here because we haven’t seen each other in a while. We used to be in an Indie band together, which is why these type of documentaries speak to us…
“It’s a line that inspired me from Ryan Coogler’s film Black Panther (2018). Chadwick Boseman plays a character named T’Challa, the King of Wakanda, which is an isolated, technologically advanced African nation. Eventually, he has to save the world. . . .