Great to read! I loved the Ozeki book also. *great crocs
Lifenotes #22: September 2022
The one with a bunch of cinema trips.· 2 min read ⏱️
- Passed my driving theory test 🎉
- Had some lovely catch ups and hang outs with friends 💛
- Had a treat yoself day with Anna 💅🏼
- Started BSL level 2
- Went to the Nottingham Contemporary exhibition launch and had a lovely time
- Had a great dinner and cinema outing in London
- This is part of my effort to not be a hotel slob when I’m down for work, cause usually I stay in my hotel room eating junk food and watching crap 😅
- Also, if you're near Spitalfields and like middle eastern food, the food at Bubala is delicious!
- ET: they did a 40th anniversary screening at Broadway so Thom and I went to see it.
- Everything everywhere all at once (again again!) they did a showing at Broadway with some bonus content so I couldn’t miss it.
- Disney's FastPass: A Complicated History: this is such a fun video essay on queueing at Disney parks and park operations in general, would highly recommend it.
- Fear of a Black Hobbit
- Double Indemnity: this had some very dated (aka sexist) scenes, but they were so egregious that it was more funny than anger inducing.
- Dogtooth: caught this on Mubi and it was really good, a disturbing but interesting watch.
- Finished The Book of Form and Emptiness: a sad but hopeful read. I really enjoyed how the story was told.
- Got back on Fall Guys after a very long time. Don’t know why I ever stopped, to be honest, it’s silly, chaotic and colourful, a match made in heaven for me.
- Finished Spiderman Miles Morales: I’d pretty much forgotten I hadn’t finished this game, so I was delighted to find out I stopped right before the final battles, so I had to do all those while remembering none of the controls 😅
- Uncharted: I haven’t really been hooked by any games lately so I went to my library to see what I hadn’t played before that I might enjoy, so I started the Uncharted series.
- Don’t Worry Darling: despite all the negative reviews, I quite enjoyed this. It was an entertaining film, and Florence Pugh was excellent. It was a shame she didn’t have more time with Chris Pine cause both of them had a great tension going.
- Moonage Daydream: I went into this not knowing that much about David Bowie, and I loved it so much! I left the cinema completely awestruck. Do watch it if you get a chance.