… and all the men and women merely players.” Continue reading “All the world’s a stage…
An ugly story about a beautiful country that may yet have a happy ending. Continue reading Mourning Vietnam
The film Mathilde has been accused of being melodramatic. The real story of her life is far more interesting. Continue reading Imperial contretemps
A long time ago, in a mentality far, far away… Continue reading Truth Wars: Coming to a screen near you!
Americans know it as the movie theatre, Brits call it the cinema. Continue reading R.I.P. going to the pictures as we knew it
How much do we really know about our friends? There are always surprises. Continue reading The road not taken
On 29 December 1170, four knights loyal to King Henry II of England murdered Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury, in the city’s cathedral. Continue reading The miracle of Thomas Becket’s elbow and Robert Donat’s voice