The Sunset Limited

Based on Cormac McCarthy’s play, this terrific film presents two men, a white professor who’s been prevented from committing suicide by this black convict discussing about faith and showing their opposing beliefs in a one-bedroom apartment throughout the night. The Sunset Limited is one of the best films of 2011, which will make you think, and therefore, definitely worth watching. Advertisements Continue reading The Sunset Limited

5 Years Later

It’s been 5 years since I started working for this school and today I was surprised by my co-workers with a little party to celebrate it. The secretary came up the stairs and told me to rush downstairs because our boss was mad at me and demanded to see me immediately. I didn’t really understand what was going on because I have never done anything so serious to make her so angry. So, as I went downstairs and saw everybody around a beautiful table with some nibbles and drinks, I realised what was going on. It’s nice to know you get along with everybody, … Continue reading 5 Years Later


Although it’s not a Hollywood production, London (2005) turns out to be quite interesting for exposing some of the most feared male torments. Between a snort and a sip, a sip and a smoke, these words caught on my mind… Bateman (Jason Statham): I don’t know whether it’s the culture or what but the English, in general, are very into pain and spanking. … Sid (Chris Evans): I didn’t know the English were so fucked up. Bateman: Mate, the English are very, I mean, very fucked up. I wonder if that’s so… Continue reading London