lunes, 6 de diciembre de 2010

Too much for your eyes?


This song could fit in elevators or waiting rooms, but you won´t hear it in Spain because most Spanish ears are not used to that yet.

This is about a story that could have been passionate-girl-falls-in-love-with-bored-but-beautiful-housewife, or brave-young-woman-tries-to-capture-mature-lady, or Lesbian-girl-does-everything-to-win-love-of-gorgeous-bourgeois-woman. You could have seen any of these daring plots in...

Non-European alternatives just melt into a baddie-girl-spoils-family plot.

Anyone saw Open Your Eyes?

To achieve that reassuring effect, an annoying soundtrack is used to match a script that is both too simple and dead-slow.

Easy-to-please audiences are into myths. Well, Julianne Moore is truly wonderful there - physically and emotionally.

Have you all ever felt part of the general public?
Have you ever wanted to belong to the particular public?

2 comentarios:

  1. Chao Polo,

    I would like to wish you Happy New Year! Hope that you are having a great time in Cuba.

    Feliz ano nuevo!

    I will comment on this blog very soon.

    Un caro saludo


  2. .
    ¡Ciao, Cipriota! Thank you for being so faithful! I hope you also have a very good 2011, even now that it´s not so brand new.

    Yesterday I learned a Cypriot musician died on January 4th. His name is Mick Karn, and was the bassman of the English 80s band Japan.

    He was not known to the general public. He´s been releasing rare, strange, weird but fascinating records. My favourite track by him as a solo artist is "Sensitive".

    You´re always welcome here, Cipriot!