“Just as a flower does not choose its color, we are not responsible for what we have come to be. Only once you realize this do you become free”
Stoker (2013)Chan-wook Park


Just as a flower does not choose its color, we are not responsible for what we have come to be. Only once you realize this do you become free”

Stoker (2013)
Chan-wook Park

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Rikako Nagashima

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I like cancelled plans. And empty bookstores. I like rainy days and thunderstorms. And quiet coffee shops. I like messy beds and over-worn pajamas. Most of all, I like the small joys that a simple life brings.

 - note to self  (via c0ntemplations)
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REVIEW: AMADEUS (16.07.2014)

Earlier this year, when I heard that Lara Pulver had been cast as Louise in Gypsy as part of the 2014 season at Chichester Festival Theatre, I knew I had to go. I adored Lara in Robin Hood, Spooks, and of course as the fabulous Irene Adler in BBC’s Sherlock.

Now, as I was booking my ticket(s) for this, I saw that Amadeus was also part of the season. I wouldn’t call myself a fan of classical music, even though it is beautiful - I don’t even know how people remember what each piece is called, it goes in one ear, and out the other with me and my terrible memory!

Anyway, I know that my dad is an absolute fanboy for Mozart, so knew that I had to buy tickets, otherwise he’d probably never speak to me again. So, I did, and my dad probably reacted the way I do when I hear news about Sherlock or Doctor Who.

Finally, after months of waiting, the day finally arrived yesterday. I was actually quite excited, as even though I don’t know the works of Mozart inside out, I have seen the 1984 film, directed by Miloš Forman, with the screenplay by Peter Shaffer, whose writing was used for this play. I don’t remember it in great depth, but had a pretty good clue of what goes on.

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Ph. Bec Parsons

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Yesterday, I went to LFCC (London Film and Comic Con).

It was very tiring, but so worth it - to see the Q&A with Sue Vertue, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, meet friends that I haven’t seen since previous conventions (Mollie, Alice and Nicola - I miss you guys already!) as well as awesome cosplayers (I freaked out at the Orange Is The New Black cosplayers because they are the first ones I’ve seen at a con) and also Lauren and Charlie as Mary and John in The Sign of Three. 

Also, I got to meet TJ Thyne who plays Jack Hodgins in Bones. I have loved that show pretty much from day one, and it’s probably the show that made me think that TV production looked very interesting - especially on a show that manages to have humour in it, even though the main genre for it is crime.

I got to tell him that I wanted to thank him and the cast and crew for the show, as I wouldn’t have got onto the course I am on, and when he asked what course…he actually high fived me, and was so happy about it! He also put the loveliest message on the picture he signed for me, saying he will see me in production someday.

To other folks, that may not mean much? To me though, I’m happy as a sandboy, I’m telling you.

I’m paying for yesterday, with major aches…but I’m so glad I went.

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