I just finished this book and think you might like it – “Wolf Boys: Two American Teenagers and Mexico’s Most Dangerous Drug Cartel” by Dan Slater. Start reading it for free: http://a.co/0F6jBOd
Going through an old notebook, I came across this note of Japanese film recommendations given to me by a guy I met in 2003 on a film set in London.
I have been late to Ozu, but when I finally did I couldn’t forgive myself for not doing so earlier. I started off with Tokyo Story and it was obvious why he is such a respected filmmaker. His realistic exploration of the human condition and how he crafts his films speaks for itself. His stories … Continue reading Late to Ozu
This photo just reminded me of something Harold Pinter said during his Nobel Prize lecture and how it relates to realist filmmaking. ‘Art, Truth & Politics There are no hard distinctions between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true and what is false. A thing is not necessarily either true … Continue reading Change
I think you might like this book – “Blood River: The Terrifying Journey Through The World’s Most Dangerous Country” by Tim Butcher. Start reading it for free: http://a.co/dP259PG Tim Butcher on Blood River, Author Interview
Read “Kokoro” by Natsume Soseki for the second time. Start reading it for free: http://a.co/0c0EJSh
Finally got through “The Executioner’s Song” by Norman Mailer and enjoyed it very much. One of those things that I waited too long to do Start reading it for free: http://a.co/gXgY8dU
Finally got hold of Limited Edition Coppola Godfather Notebook