Carnage Just because one knows where a film is going doesn’t take anything away from it. Five minutes into Carnage, a 2011 film by director Roman Polanski, I kind of knew the dramatic arc. Two couples meet in an affluent New York upper-East or West side apartment wishing to maturely discuss an altercation between their… Continue reading Carnage
How Was Your Summer? Generally, my gym is a rather quiet place. There is conversation, of course, but it’s usually low-key, among friends. The discussion does get louder when it is between relative strangers. We are also a fairly small group. Although large in size, the weight room is often under populated. Ironically, it is… Continue reading How Was Your Summer?
Driving by the Old School Nothing guarantees a stroll down “memory lane” more than a visit to the house one grew up in or, as I did yesterday, a pass by one’s old elementary school. I’m sure that looking at old photographs count too, as do meeting up with old classmates at the high school… Continue reading Driving by the Old School