I always remember one scene from the Indian runner when I see a young and beautiful couple in love in the movie that Vigo Mortensen spits his mouthful of green pees over the face of Patricia Arquette, I dont know if I spell it right though, and her face turns red and bursts into crying. I thought it was terrible but at the same time so funny. It is funny because it may be a common and trite ending of lust of the beautiful or he comes off great playing such a dead-end beautiful young man. So what I can say is that "learn and practice" as the method and practice goes your way!
How could anyone communicate with the dead while the dead is still alive? In that case the dead is still living.
It seems a very interesting movie but I don't like a violence film either so I don't know if I really want to watch it.
Mira Jovovichi is now in the second phase. In the first, she plays the feeble exemplary as in the Million dollar hotel, then the phase shifts to the "kicking ass" movie. She can be full-blown after her youth wears out if there is her subsequent phase.
Love story is better off boring. But more than brushing can be nice.
Rose la vie, if men acknowledge that it is always others that die, then it is time that the politics came to the front. The message post men could send different postals.
soliloquy: I was listening to Glen Gould playing concerto, then I remembered Soseki Natsume's three cornered world was a Gould's favorite book. Before reading, the name of Cezanne came up, and after reading the book, I wonder how his painting would be like if he would have lived today. Prospero would be in despair after the spell is gone but in desparation when still in confinement. I misunderstood. How the spell can be broken--I thought I go visit an aquaintance of old regarding space and whom I know from school called Intermedium Institute. I don't know if intercommunication could break the spell but it seems a sole narrow path I have at hand.
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