Musings After Reading #2: Marilyn and Me (Lee, Ji-min)

Hello, And welcome to another, quite random book review. Today, I’m looking at ‘Marilyn and Me’ by Ji-min Lee or Lee Jimin/이지민, as she should really be known, being a South Korean writer. TW// war, mental illness, suicide. First, I’d like to discuss the book’s title in its different forms and the implications of theseContinue reading “Musings After Reading #2: Marilyn and Me (Lee, Ji-min)”

2017: 100 Book Challenge

Hello! Welcome to another 2017 round-up post. I’ve already done a post about my favorite and least favorite movies of the 2017 and now it is time for my list of book for this year. I don’ really post about books on this blog (I write short comments about them on Instagram as @sharingshelves) butContinue reading “2017: 100 Book Challenge”

5 ideas about a movie: Goodbye Christopher Robin

Hello! One of the early potential awards contenders has premiered, thus, let’s evaluate its chances. This is the review of Goodbye Christopher Robin. IMDb summary: A behind-the-scenes look at the life of author A.A. Milne and the creation of the Winnie the Pooh stories inspired by his son C.R. Milne. Goodbye Christopher Robin was written by a novelist andContinue reading “5 ideas about a movie: Goodbye Christopher Robin”

Movie review: Manchester By The Sea

Hello! Since the awards’ season is finally in full swing, let’s review one of its frontrunners – Manchester By The Sea! IMDb summary: An uncle is asked to take care of his teenage nephew after the boy’s father dies. Writing Kenneth Lonergan, who I only knew as the screenwriter behind Scorcese’s Gangs of New York, both wroteContinue reading “Movie review: Manchester By The Sea”