If your Instagram feed is anything like mine, it's packed with all kinds of goodies and the occasional guilty pleasure. Scrolling down I can see many things related to culture, inspiring women and obviously tons of chick flicks. However, sometimes I need a bit of inspiration . . .
Adrienne Shelly was an American actress, screenwriter and film director. Sadly, I can only write about her in the past tense, because she was murdered at the age of 40. Unfortunately, her vibrant career was cut short. But her take on womanhood stays with us in indie film classics and the hit . . .
My whole generation Y knows Emma Watson. We grew up with her as she learned wizardry and fought "You-Know-Who" on screen as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter film series. She played the smart girl in the bunch and did accordingly in real life, too. Nowadays she focuses more on women's issues than . . .
This post is the second chapter of a new series on the blog called Project Personal. With these writings, I am trying to get one layer deeper into the analysis of cultural products and sharing my own connection to the pieces. Like I did with the first Project Personal post now I am also deep-diving . . .
I remember the first time when I have seen Bridget Jones in her red PJs singing "All By Myself" loud and drunk. I was 13, and I was hooked for life. Since then Bridget Jones has always been there for me during hangovers, breakups, or just plain old hardships of life. Now that I have turned 30 and . . .
I recently turned 30. I definitely survived. Actually, it is not as bad as I expected it. And many reasons why being 30 is not that bad comes from chick flicks. The more I watch them, the more life lessons I learn. With time I do get a little bit wiser. I'm not saying that I ace . . .
The romantic comedy has been one of the longest lasting cinematic genres. We want to see the same characters, in the same situations, within the same storylines, in very similar settings and talking pretty much the same dialogue, sometimes with new stars that speak to a new generation but . . .
So this is my personal "hello world" post where I say hi to all of you out there. I do hope it's a hell lot of people. Possibly somewhere in the range of millions. Or shall we say billions? Trillions even? I do count on some actual readers and not just my dearest film buff friends and a couple of . . .