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[10 Aug 2007|04:51pm]

I just made it. What does everyone think? =D
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Ayreon - Day 16: Loser. [02 Aug 2007|08:07pm]
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[10 Apr 2007|09:48pm]
I posted this over at gothic_babes but I wanted to post it in my journal too.
Camera was handled by the lovely Scarlet Stars and The Mad Scientist of Life.

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[02 Jan 2007|10:46pm]
[ mood | happy ]

I got myself a couple of DVD's today. "Have I Got News For You: The best of the Guest Presenters" and "Peter's Friends". So far I've watched "Peter's Friends" and I have to say, it was one of the most emotional movies I've seen in a very long time. So many ups and downs and strong characters.
For those of you who don't know about it, it's a British film made by channel 4. Peter invites his 5 friends over to come and stay with him for the new year. Most of them haven't seen each other for up to ten years. It's all set around a mansion which you learn about in the film, which belongs to Stephen Fry's character, Peter.
The film explores their characters and relationships with beautiful camera work and superb acting. There are no fancy effects or fancy camera moves. It's all done rather simplisticaly, which suits the genre and the location. It translates well for the audience. Too much camera work wouldn't have done the film much justice really. A film about every day lives and meetings doesn't really need Holywood to make it visually splendid.
As for the characters, I couldn't help but feel sorry for everyone in the film in a way. There was no visual antagonist really. Only themes. Friendship, secrets, love... all of these wonderfully presented. Both sides, positives and negatives.
I don't want to say too much about the film though as there is no real goal in the story except when the clock chimes twelve for the new year, and that ending was inevitable. It's a must see film, definatly, if you like a bit of drama and comedy.

And of course... a naked Tony Slattery is always worth a mention.

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[16 Dec 2006|12:06pm]
This is from my early morning radio show on Anarchy Online. I decided to get them to play questions only.... it didn't seem to want to stop.

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