Archive for June, 2007

A brilliantly directed short film. Of course, I could use without the Catholic overtones, but it’s still a very interesting morality tale. Apparently, this is part of a project created by Lucas Crandles and Hayden James Weston, two Australians who make short films and one day hope to direct a feature film. Advertisements

Time, time, time, see whats become of me While I looked around For my possibilities I was so hard to please But look around, leaves are brown And the sky is a hazy shade of winter                                    -Simon & Garfunkel

After years (!) of careful thinking and research (and mind numbing monotony), the list of probable candidates for  the honor of being The Prestidigitator’s Idea of the Perfect Woman has come down to three beautiful and not to mention intelligent individuals…er…women. 1. Cate Blanchett:  She blew my mind away with her performances in Elizabeth and […]

I recently found out that there’s a cinema in Melbourne (Cinema Nova) that plays offbeat films; so I decided to catch the french flick Paris, je t’aime which I’d been dying to see ever since I heard about it. Also, the lovely Ms Portman has a part in it. Now, friends and family will vouch […]

This piece of news is perhaps the best I’ve heard in a while; mostly because it’s just plain hilarious. Ellsworth Bunker, an American diplomat has revealed that the CIA financed Congress led agitations against the Communist government when EMS came into power back in 1957 in Kerala. That’s right. The CIA actually thought the Kerala […]


With or without religion, you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things. But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion. – Steven Weinberg What a great quote to start the day! 😐

Written by Darren Aronofsky Illustrated by Kent Williams Life isn’t life without death.  In 2002, Darren Aronofsky wanted to make a film on immortality and love but ran into production problems. Unperturbed, he decided to go on but in a different medium; the graphic novel. (Yet, he would later be able to turn an altered […]