ON: my bed
W: a lot of packing to do
When I started this blog I was very focused on applying film to life.
On this first day of 2019, I am transitioning to applying life to film. Meaning, I am going to record my life and share how films enhance it. I want to share how films change my behavior and my perception.
ON: my last night of being 21
IN: love again
W/: sour patch kids mixed into the popcorn
Green Book (2018) made me fall in love with movies again in the most honest and pure way. I had to leave behind expectations of the little movie tricks that are usually found in films released this time of year.
ON: my best behavior
W/: A warm cup of something yummy
Suprise. I’m back. 🙂
I have completed my mandatory one week recovery from law school finals & I’m in Texas for my month long break. I’m packing as much fun, spontentaity and holiday spirit into this break as possible. God willing.
Oh, another thing. I’m turning 22 in a couple of days. And I seriously need to chill out about it.
W/: a lot to look forward to
Exhaustion is thick in the air. Aside from a grueling travel home this Sunday (see: the busiest travel day of the year) from which I have yet to recover, I have impending deadlines accompanied by the inevitable realization that I did not get nearly enough studying done during the holiday.
ON: top of the world
IN: the clouds
W/: a really good latte
It is unusually gray and rainy in the only location in San Francisco that consistently has sun beaming through its windows. Reveille Coffee Co. is up there as far as SF coffee goes. Personally, it is my favorite. I stumbled across this coffee shop on the interwebs– the way all modern romances begin. How did we meet? It was around 3am and I was watching this vlog.
ON: a movie binge
IN: my feelings
W/: a hot bowl of Thai curry & prawns
On my letterboxd I gave Widows (2018) a five star rating. I am not one to rate films– but
I saw this film last night
with the acting.
Three words: Danial. Kaluuya’s. Performance.
ON: a chilly November day
IN: San Francisco
W/: the grace of God
The other day I went to this make-your-own pizza spot. For whatever reason, I noticed two of the workers in particular; they were wearing the same uniform, but I suspected one to be the manager, I will call him Mr. Manager. The Other Guy, I had not seen before. Both were about the same height, wore the same uniform, and had the same task.
The pizza spot was crowded. And the kitchen was understaffed. The line was spilling out of the building.