Monthly Archives: September 2015

Prelude for a Ghost Story

6TH AND CHESTER 9 to 5. Not from A.M. to P.M., but P.M. to A.M. That was the time slot. They had asked her repeatedly if she didn’t mind working late. “Now you wouldn’t mind staying up late” Mr. Raines, … Continue reading

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Top 10 Favorite Foreign Films, Part 2

Here’s the rest of my list. These top five films are international movies that have impacted me so uniquely that they rank among the most powerful movie experiences I have ever had. 5. Come and See (1985) This is one of the … Continue reading

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Top 10 Favorite Foreign Films, Part 1

This post is kind of random, but I thought I should list these out. I’m a bit of an avid film goer and ever since junior year I started watching a whole lot of different international movies. I ventured through everything from … Continue reading

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Formative Frenzy

That’s what I choose to call my 20s: those young, ambitious years where you’re supposed to find your big PURPOSE in life. You go through school (maybe) come out with a polished degree and then spend the next however many … Continue reading

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