Happy bank holiday folks!
Thursday, 23 August 2012
Where do I start? A pal hooked me up with this link to Hijack on Normski's Dance Energy show in 1991.
Hijack are for me the toughest band ever in UK Hip Hop. We caned the tape I had while driving my Mum's Renault tank all over Britain to raves. I still know every word. As for the show, makes me laugh though how everyone is dressed in half the stock that I am selling in BLITZ right now. I still think that Normski is the most sincere fella to ever blag his way on to my telly and you must know that today he's a dope photographer.
...and a bonus - The Bandman is Robbin.
John, General Manager
Wednesday, 22 August 2012
Caught this on the great Criterion website..
"A simple plot description does nothing to prepare prospective viewers of Wong Kar-wai’s In the Mood for Love. Yes, there’s a story: set in early 1960s Hong Kong, the film charts a long-lasting, unconsummated flirtation between two neighbors—Su Li-zhen (Maggie Cheung Man-yuk) and Chow Mo-wan (Tony Leung Chiu-wai)—married to others. But it’s a purely visual work, an evocation of romantic and sexual longing that plays out as an abstract emotional poem. “This film is not verbal,” said Wong in 2000. “Everything is expressed through the body, through the people, how they walk, how they move.”"
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