This year too, the Oscars Awards get lashed for the lack of diversity. As you know, I’m not into the USA film market, I couldn’t care less what’s happening there except selected things that picks up my interest. I want to write about the attitude and the hashtages #OscarsSoMale #OscarsSoWhite and #OscarsSoStraight. And I want to suggest some films for those who want to boycott Oscars 2016.
I’m not a fan of USA superheroes. I do know many of them, but whenever I see a new superhero film in the cinema I do “meeeeh” and loose interest. But I decided to watch Deadpool.
Lately I’m in a mood to watch films. It wasn’t only The Danish Girl. So I watched several films: one from festival (Japanese) for the celebration of Lunar New Year, two Polish and one 10 years old, in a TV. Continue reading to see the titles and reviews. Except one film (more like a documentary) others are rather surrealistic.
On January 22th The Danish Girl debuted in Poland as Dziewczyna z portretu. I have watched this film the very next day, and for the next days I’ve been reading many reviews of the said film.
This post will have two parts: my review of the film and comments about the reviewers and their opinions. I hope that I’ll give some pieces of thought to all those LGBT supporters who claim to act on our behalf.
Let’s watch the trailer first.
Here will be a summary of books (sorted by author’s countries) that I read so far in 2015 and some that I have in my current pile. Feel free to comment, if you have some suggestions for books for me.
I have made two challenges: one is more Poland oriented (but nobody said you can’t read books/comics from other countries), one is about reading literature from across the world (Around the World: A to Z 2015).
I only read 19 books so far this year, so far (not counting comics) from 9 countries. Six more countries on my list. I owned only 2 books (e-books), the rest was borrowed from libraries. Continue reading to see the list and my short opinion on each book.