Love, by Gaspar Noé

I wasn’t sure Noe was going to make another film. He shot to prominence with Irreversible, a shattering backwards narrative that forced the audience to confront the grim reality of brutal vengeance before knowing what had led the protagonist to that point, while a woozy disembodied camera floated us uncertainly through Paris from scene toContinue reading “Love, by Gaspar Noé”

Ageing

There’s currently an issue regarding nostalgia. I don’t mean nostalgia in the social-cultural sense, where all pop music and fashion are currently residing in some imagined early 1990s. I mean personal nostalgia. I’m now sufficiently insecure that I regularly question my own opinions. Example: we all know hip-hop is not as good as it was.Continue reading “Ageing”