Tag Archives: World War I

Babylon Berlin

“Dad says the anticipation of having something is often more fun than actually having it. I think he’s crazy. I hate waiting for things. I like to have everything immediately. I can’t think of anything I’d rather anticipate than have right … Continue reading

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Battlefield 1

“In the end, the film would merely consist in showing a victim, a man who had been subjected to an entirely unjust and appalling fate, and, on the other, the mechanism leading up to it. This would be inappropriate, for … Continue reading

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Nameless, Unreasoned, Unjustified Terror

Last summer I jumped into the rabbit hole that is the twisted imagination of Charlie Manson, courtesy of Karina Longworth’s podcast You Must Remember This, which covers “the secret and/or forgotten history of Hollywood’s first century.” Now Karina is starting a new … Continue reading

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