I'm a cast signed broken arm
I'm an actor out of work
I'm a liar and that's the truth
I'm an extra lost in the scene

Favorite films

  • Pierrot le Fou
  • Possession
  • The Piano Teacher
  • Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

Recent activity

  • The Girl Who Had Everything


  • The Girl He Left Behind


  • Parasite in Love


  • Ambulance


Recent reviews

  • The Girl Who Had Everything

    The Girl Who Had Everything


    Elizabeth Taylor is a rich gal who falls madly for the unsavory client of her hotshot attorney papa, played by William Powell—and so what follows is a predictable incursion of the “father knows best” adage into unsuspecting viewers. This is clearly a product of the times, a film so devoted to its unsubtle finger-wagging lecture on a host of issues of the day, such as the threats of the free-spirited lifestyle to young women, as well as the unscrupulousness of…

  • The Girl He Left Behind

    The Girl He Left Behind


    The second (or perhaps the first) of two collaborations between the exceptionally photogenic duo of Tab Hunter and Natalie Wood in the year 1956—and it is most certainly the lesser work. At the very least, The Burning Hills devotes a fair amount of screen time to Natalie Wood’s character. But here she’s barely in it, much to the film’s detriment. Her constant absence robs the story of its warmth and sexiness. As for Tab Hunter, he spends the bulk of…

Popular reviews

  • Ritual



    A review by way of Ingmar Bergman’s take on Ivan’s Childhood:

    “My discovery of Tarkovsky's first film was like a miracle. Suddenly I found myself standing at the door of a room, the key to which, until then, had never been given to me. It was a room I had always wanted to enter and where he was moving freely and fully at ease. I felt encouraged and stimulated: someone was expressing what I had always wanted to say without knowing how.”

  • Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

    Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!


    In a perfect world this would’ve won Best Picture. Fuck The Sound of Music.