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Movies Movies Movies #14 – December 3, 2019

A Touch of Sin (2013) Starring: Wu Jiang, Lanshan Luo, Baoqiang Wang, Jia-yi Zhang, Tao Zhao, Li Meng Director: Zhang Ke Jia Synopsis: Four powerful, unflinching vignettes that each, in their own way, showing a human being pushed past their point of endurance. Exploitation and corruption are a continuing thread that run through each. Excellent… Continue reading Movies Movies Movies #14 – December 3, 2019

music · nature · netflix

Let there be light

It was a blessed day as the sun has been shining since this morning and still is.  After having a fun lunch with one of my friends, we hit a game store a couple of doors down.  After getting the download from the clerk that I then texted my sons about, I got this game,… Continue reading Let there be light

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The Memory of Roma: A Netflix Original Film — 25YL

Netflix is a winner in my book when they premiered this for subscribers.  In the past it would have meant a trip to the theater to see it on the front end.  I saw "Roma" a couple of weeks ago.  It is a work of art in so many ways and deserves every award out… Continue reading The Memory of Roma: A Netflix Original Film — 25YL

Fandango's One Word Challenge (FOWC) · mature audiences only · netflix · relationships · Word of the Day Challenge

Blue Twilight Zone

click for essay, "The obsession with creating ‘perfect female robots’: Should women be worried?" Warning:  this post contains material of a sexual nature that is not appropriate for children and may be objectionable to some adults. Last night I watched a 45-minute netflix offering about the subject of fembots, called, “My Sex Robot”. Going to… Continue reading Blue Twilight Zone

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Maniac (2018)

google image When I saw the Word of the Day Challenge -- alliance I immediately thought of a series I just started watching on netflix, "Maniac".  I'm 4 episodes into the 10 of the season.  Reading the synopsis before choosing to watch, the plot sounded intriguing but not necessarily compelling; however, coupling it with a… Continue reading Maniac (2018)

Gypsies · Irish heritage · netflix

The Other Way

image link Serendipity.  I just finished watching Season 4 of Peaky Blinders, the Netflix original.  The Peaky Blinders were an actual gang in England in the 1890’s, named for the razors they sewed into the brims of their caps to blind their opponents when the razors slashed capillary-rich foreheads so the blood ran into their… Continue reading The Other Way

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Rocco Siffredi

image link Up until last night, I'd never heard of Rocco Siffredi.  Maybe that's because I don't watch pornography, Italian porn in particular.  Last night, after re-watching the final episode of the 3rd season of Peaky Blinders, then deciding not to begin season 4, I browsed netflix for something different.  It took at least 15… Continue reading Rocco Siffredi

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Naomi Watts as Gypsy

I just started watching, Gypsy, on netflix a few days ago.  The blurb for description was a bit ambiguous, but it was enough to give it a try.  Here I am, 4 episodes into it. Naomi Watts plays the role of Jean Holloway, a psychotherapist and also the wife of successful businessman, Michael Holloway, played… Continue reading Naomi Watts as Gypsy