Smith showcases an original analysis of Kozelek's work with an insightful application of hauntology to better understand the musicians work.
"He had emerged from the crowd accepting his strengths and his weaknesses, all so that he could be noticed..."
Vitalis writes on the connection between nature, mood, and friends.
Jarzyna navigates through Chinatown to better understand the implications of colour choice while also considering the context the impact of colour and/or historical context in revising meaning in film noir.
A General seeks redemption.
Ingmar Bergman's 1957 Romance Drama, dissected from the perspective of memory as a narrative tool.
"Merging everything with parody and pastiche elements, resulted in The Matrix becoming one of the most popular films of its genre..."
A dream articulated