Monthly Archives: March 2007

Babel

The simplest ideas can sometimes be delivered in simple manners. Six families, four countries and numerous links to tie them all together form this seemingly complicated film by Alejandro González Iñárritu, whose previous film, 21 Grams, was also a series … Continue reading

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The Love

Sweet as the earliest bird, Gentle as the rising sun. Intense as a burning candle, Warm as a winter’s flame. Passionate as ever could be, Fragile as never has been. The love that bounds us, Frees us, consumes us, Makes … Continue reading

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Sound

She woke up at 3am, fifth night in a row. She had stopped trying to figure out the cause of her inability to sleep soundly by the third night, as she knew the reason had to be one of two … Continue reading

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