Vic Labour vs the Union: an update
Archive for April, 2006
Despite national opinion rushing towards Louise Nicholas, with the strange (not)release of suppressed information, I found myself cold to her cause. I’m normally a sucker for mystery information and moral outcries
“Oh we love New Zealand dude. I am not kidding. This’ll sound silly, but we’re just the biggest Lord Of The Rings fans. I’m fucking serious man. We love that shit. Seriously!
I am ten minutes into my interview with Dylan Moran, star and writer of BBC’s Black Books, a show I am somewhat enamoured with. It’s 10 minutes into an interview I was pretty excited about.
Documentary cinema has changed in the last decade. Gone are the crisp wide shots, and the slow pans that drink in the world. Gone, too, are the clear monotonic commentaries and purposeful subtitles. All has been swept aside, and I feel like I’m coughing and gagging in a dusty gutter, wondering to myself how did […]
Totalitarian order cialis best price Britain versus cialis sale a Shakespeare-quoting, Guy Fawkes-masked, knife-toting insurgent with a vendetta (Hugo Weaving). Natalie Portman trying on a few different accents as Evey, an office prole coming to political awareness in a fascist society cleansed of ‘undesirables’.
Yes, the tragedy of Macbeth. A classic that remains popular today through it’s combination of ambition, desire, murder, guilt and chaos. Not the nicest of plays, with murders abounding – and a crazed wife who convinces her husband to commit the worst of all sins – but it contains so many home truths.
By Arthur Miller Directed by Susan Wilson Circa Theatre 1 April – 6 May
By Pollyfilla and The Dazzling Fillettes Bats Theatre 29 March – 1 April