On Body And Soul review; The most important love story of 2017

On Body And Soul, 2017 Berlinale winner for best film, is quite possibly the most beautiful and most important love story of 2017. Centered around the growing relationship between a handicapped man and a woman on the autism spectrum, the hungarian film spotlights characters you don’t usually see everyday dealing with ordeals that we can…

The Killing Of A Sacred Deer review; A metaphor without a beating heart

The Killing Of A Sacred Deer is Yorgos Lanthimos’ new film after Dogtooth and The Lobster and follows the director’s bizarre and uncompromising approach to film. Drawing from Euriphides’ fable,┬áIphigenia at Aulis, The Killing Of A Sacred Deer is a modern take on ideas of fated tragedy, familial responsibility, human error and the inherent violence…

A Crackling Christmas; Food recipes and blog update

Merry Christmas guys ­čÖé I haven’t posted in a LONG while due to my busy schedule in uni and a recent community service trip I went to for a couple of weeks. I’ve been back for a few days now and got right into the festive spirit by whipping up some dishes for the family….

Menashe review; One of the best movies of 2017

I haven’t been posting lately as I’ve been so busy lately but I have a break of a few weeks so I’m back at watching movies and reviewing them. Hope you guys have been doing great! To kick things off again, here’s a movie I recently watched that was honestly one of the best I’ve…