This is a TV series, but it has so much good stuff, we should not miss it. I mean, it is about a young Pope (you don't say?), who is quite misanthropic, don't you think?
Ups and Downs. That's what's the marriage about in Truffaut's Domicile Conjugal (1970, Bed & Board). Truffaut's vision of it is somewhat juvenile and light-hearted, but it is funny and witty with many great moments, such as "If you use art to settle account, it's no longer art" and "If I were a woman, I couldn't stand it. Naked men are disgusting". Especially the latter, you know it's a true statement from Monsieur Truffaut. :)
In the sixth episode of Film Magistery Dino talks about the abundance of bullshit today around us and Coens’ underrated film Burn After Reading (2008), a tongue-in-cheek spy film about people who know nothing, but pretend to know a lot. It says a lot about the cultural and interpersonal condition of the modern society today. We ask what bullshit is and why is there so much of it around us.
Harry Frankfurt, On Bullshit, 2005.
Photo “I’m not a liar!” by Tristan Schmurr Licence: Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)
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18 Unbelievably Expensive Artworks That Sold For Millions This Year http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/17/most-expensive-art-2013_n_4454930.html
This painting just sold for $46.5 million at Sotheby’s in New York http://www.businessinsider.com/afp-rothko-painting-sells-for-46.5-million-in-ny-auction-2015-5?r=US&IR=T&IR=T
A new Film Magistery episode is very close to be published. To warm you up here's the blatant clue to the film and the theme of the next episode. Can you guess it?
Actor Michael K. Williams (you know, Omar Little?) talks to himself about being typecast. Aren't we all being typecast all the time?