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!
Sometimes, you want to talk about a film that hasn't been released yet, because you put a lot of faith in it. So in this post, I will be talking about Girl, by Lukas Dhont, and why it is important to me that it doesn't disappoint.
It all started with my camera. Or should I say "re-started". Because in the past few years, I had progressively removed from my life every thing that came in consumables to replace them by de-materialised content. But I realised that by making it more convenient and easy, it caused all these activities to take way too much of my life (some more than others). When I was taking my DSLR around, I was taking so many photos it was cutting the pleasure out of visiting the places I was travelling to.