In this review, I talk about Seveneves, a sci-fi novel by Neil Stephenson, about a cataclysm that makes humanity finds its survival in orbit, waiting to colonise the Earth again. Great story, burdened by too much technical jargon and an abrupt end that it's just there begging to be continued.
Review of Patriot, an Amazon program where an American spy is tasked on an international mission and messes up at every steps because his depression always comes in the way. An original writing and interesting directing choices makes it a show well worth seeing.
Follow up on my manga review, here I talk about The Bride Was a Boy, by Chii, who tells us how she managed to find a boyfriend and marry him after she was raised as a boy. All the while explaining what a gender transition is.
Review of two book: Claudine, a 1978 manga about a transgender man facing bullying; and My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness, the true account of a young homosexual woman who had to face depression and social expectations.
Why I think dialogues in films are not as important as people may want to believe. Cinema is mainly a visual media, let's focus more on the image and what it can tell.
Sometimes a dream takes you somewhere you wouldn't have expected. This is a story of a girl who was deeply moved by her saddest dream ever.
What do people mean when they say they "identify" with a character? I argue that most of a time, it's empathy, and identification comes with customisation, but I may be wrong, hey!