⭐⭐ – 2/5. The most significant aspect of the film was this underlying idea of the US getting involved in the Middle East. . .
In another episode I heard this very old school soul song by Irma Thomas, it is named ‘Anyone Who Knows What Love Is’, would understand. I love this song so much. . .
“What really left quite a nice mark to me was the film Stalker (1979) by, uhm. I don’t know how to spell his name, Tarkovsky. . .
“It is hard for any film to be historically accurate, but I think it portrayed the innocence of kids during a time of war. . .
“I think the both of us are always looking to be liberated. Especially because we’re from a corporate background. . .
“Well my friend likes science fiction films and I prefer romantic comedies and thrillers, so we are not on the same line of thought when it comes to films. . .
“When we walked home afterwards we spoke for about 45 minutes about what this film actually was about. . .
“I recently watched the second Guardians of the Galaxy film and they had a lot of ‘easter eggs’. If you’re a comic fan, that would be the reason why you’re actually going to watch The Guardians of the Galaxy. . .
“There is this beautiful film called Manufacturing Landscapes by Edward Burtynsky his name almost makes me think of the composer. . .