I love researching the past of my favorite art form, as well as enjoying really great visual ideas, no matter what genre.

Favorite films

  • The Kingdom of the Fairies
  • The Passion of Joan of Arc
  • 8½
  • Fanny and Alexander

Recent activity

  • Boxing Helena


  • Mrs. Doubtfire


  • Alex Wheatle


  • Why Does Herr R. Run Amok?


Recent reviews

  • Alex Wheatle

    Alex Wheatle


    The crucial plea for self-education, as expressed by the Rasta inmate when passing on The Black Jacobins (1938) by Trinidadian historian Cyril L. R. James to Alex Wheatle, is one of these central scenes in the Small Axe anthology. It binds the cinematic universe together and brings forward one of the central themes of McQueen throughout this series of films. Alex Wheatle, again based on a real life character, needs to literally “wake-up”, and become aware of structural injustices - very similar to Frank…

  • Why Does Herr R. Run Amok?

    Why Does Herr R. Run Amok?


    Herr Rabb and Jeanne Dielman would make a lovely couple.

Popular reviews

  • Clearcut



    Deliverance with a supernatural twist.

    A ‘white saviour’-type lawyer gets more than he wishes for in his legal battle for native resistance against deforestation. During a ceremonial sweat lodge ritual, he seems to conjure (?) a trickster spirit named Arthur, a revenging Native American angel embodying justice in its most violent form.

    Far from being an old, ugly Hollywood Indian stereotype, Arthur, in fact, symbolises native resistance against white oppression. He forces the lawyer to choose sides between colours and ideals,…

  • Lovers Rock

    Lovers Rock


    The closest I will ever get being at a 70s “Blues Night” in London during the hight of the lovers' rock reggae style. 

    A sweet and blissful celebration of youthful love and life amidst economic and racial oppression. A deceptively simple masterclass in filmmaking.