A maze of branches and a distance that doesn’t seem to exist.
I’ve been keen to get my friend Neel involved in my Foreign Favourites film series, ever since he set up his Dohabitation blog. Like the guy himself, the blog is funny entertaining and very colourful, and tells of his adventures since moving to Doha. Definitely worth heading over. Without any further ado, here are his thoughts on disturbing thriller Battle Royale.
But something good tonight will make me forget about you for now
Forty-eight thousand seats bleats and roars for my memories of you
Taken from the song Something Good by alternative English band Alt-J. The track was from the album An Awesome Wave (2012), which won the British Barclaycard Mercury Prize and Album of the Year at the Ivor Novello Awards.
With the exciting release of the eagerly anticipated and already highly acclaimed documentary Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, it’s already been discussed how it compares to previous musical documentaries. Turning things around slightly, I’ve decided to see how well you know your fictional bands. Are you a fan of the genre? Do you prefer it to real documentaries on actual bands? Answers as always below.