Children of Men

Children of Men is still haunting. Every pixel of every frame in this film is pregnant with detail. From the newspaper trimmings screaming of migratory murder, to the gestures of the people trapped in cages, Cuarón's Britain of 2027 is oversaturated with its own self. But the propaganda of the future isn't Kitchener and the Queen. In … Continue reading Children of Men


behind the blind(spot)

on compassion fatigue It starts with many days spent running on a brain running on a heart running on high octane, with too much fuel in its rusty stores - now too much dust in its worn out antique drawers, hiding all which lies in there - the vaulted chambers of its locked share. Mildew … Continue reading behind the blind(spot)