I first watched The Wolf of Wall Street in theaters as a 15 year-old 10th grader with my mom and 13 year-old 8th grade sister. Needless to say none of us moved an inch until the credits rolled. The first thing my mom told me was “Ok so don’t tell your father I brought youContinue reading “The Damaging “Intentions” of The Wolf of Wall Street”
A short story by Fabrice Nozier There are two things in life you wish to never experience. The first is not being able to see when you wake up, and the second is waking up in a place where you did not fall asleep. Actually I lied, there are three things you wish to neverContinue reading “Why Can’t They Hear Me Screaming?”
If I had talked to the one guy on the sitting on the sidewalk today, could I have made him happier? If I gave that one lady a smile on the subway, could I make her more confident? If I held that door for her, would she feel like she mattered?
Bong Joon-ho’s Snowpiercer is a painful cinematic experience filled with hyper-violence and disgustingly eerie characters (both on the outside and inside). However, what makes the film so painful to watch is not credited to these two things but to its depiction of the hierarchical system that we call society.