The Darkest Hour
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"We shall fight!"
A victory for Gary Oldmans crusty Winston Churchill
One of the things that I really miss the most is definitely this gathering .
I'd definitely thank @most901 and @nehal_aasem for their continous hospitality , I always feel home at your place 😁.
I'd like also to say hi to everyone there and I wish them a nice weekend 🛀 .
TONIGHT at The Lazy Dog! Our film club brings you ‘Brigsby Bear’ - a 2017 American Comedy drama which revolves around James Pope - a man obsessed with a children’s television program titled Brigsby Bear Adventures, but the series ends and his life changes forever as he sets out to finish the storyline himself. Starting at 8pm upstairs! 🎬
It’s funny how life evolves!
When i was younger, i dreaded the thought of being indoors. I would literally start panicking every time my curfew drew closer. My mind would go into overdrive cooking up all sorts of excuses to buy myself an extra minute outdoors, away from home.
I loved the cinema, i loved the long queues for the tickets, at the popcorn machines and at the counter waiting for the canned sodas. The funny crunching sounds as everyone chewed on their snacks in the dark and quiet of the cinema always made me giggle while everyone else seemed oblivious to it. That was what life was about. Oh to be young and free!
As an adult though, i can quite literally do whatever i want to, but i always end up wanting to just go home. My love for a good movie hasn’t faded but the cinema doesn’t cut it for me quite anymore. The queues, the crowd, the walk to the cinema, all these don’t excite me anymore. I would rather cozy up in my house with a couple of friends and enjoy some classic movie time with no curfew and no queues.
With Casa RnB, i can just kick back with my people in our humble homes and catch up on all the box office blockbusters making rounds in the cinemas. It’s as easy as a click online, on a mobile phone or tablet.
Casa RnB; Caption movies anytime!
This week is Consular Movie Club 🎥 and our guest is Bulgaria 🇧🇬 We’ll screen ...
Lana’s Rain, directed by Michael S. Ojeda and produced by Joel Goodman "Lana's Rain" tells the dark, hard-edged story of a brother and sister who escape from the war-torn Balkans, conceal themselves in a shipping container to travel to America, and try to survive on Chicago streets that have never seemed meaner. The picture is even bleaker than that: The brother is a war criminal who forces his sister into prostitution, and by the end of the film he's a low-life Scarface, with a stable of hookers, a big cigar, and a bottle and gun under his coat.
The story is seen through the eyes of the sister, Lana (Oskana Orlenko), who grew up apart from her brother and meets him again after many years on the eve of his escape from the Balkans. In a grisly prelude, the brother is having facial reconstruction to disguise himself, and is interrupted in the middle of the surgery; he wears an eyepatch through the movie, while his enemies and Interpol search for him.
Directed by Sarah Kruchowski
A short film about punishment and the rewards of being an actress in Hollywood from a mother’s point of view. An immigrant actress who struggles to tackle a situation of going to another doomed audition and inability to find a sitter for her child, meeting with lack of appreciation for art as a profession, mom’s duties as a full time unpaid job and the mocking attitude of a casting director #bulgaria#CCCM#culture#consulmexla#culturalcenter#supportingamazingart#movienights#consularcineclub#collaboration#internationalfilm#lanasrain#audition