I really like this way of her being ironically crazy.
This attitude of laughter brings good humour, don’t you think?
The perfect friend for messing around …
Speaking of friendship … have you ever seen “Amiche da morire – Friends to Die For?”
I would say that Sicily is a congenial place for Sabrina: the season of The White Lotus for which Sabrina received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series is filmed in Taormina.
In the interview Sabrina tells that her dress was fitted the night before by tailors like the birds of Cinderella’s dress, and also declares that her victory is to be there, but we can say that another great shot is her participation in the upcoming film In the head of Dante with Al Pacino and John Malkovich.
Who knows, maybe the Fairy godmother has a hand in it… 🙂
And you? Have you ever lived a fairy tale?
I could tell I live perpetually in the mess, but isn’t it the real fairy tale?
Gianni Rodari wrote: Where are the fairy tales? There is one in everything: in the wood of the coffee table, in the glass, in the rose.
Utopia is a controversial Channel 4 series then revised for an Amazon production by an exceptional showrunner: Gillian Flynn, author of Gone Girl and screenwriter by David Fincher, who appears in three different cameos, and disseminates various Easter eggs.
Utopia thus becomes a graphic novel. Viral …
A weird group of fans in search of this mysterious “comic” to be interpreted by riddles, find themselves catapulted into a reality that prefigures dystopia rather than Utopia.
Comics to tell the truth not really, it is a series of drawings by the artist Joao Ruas: some of the inspirations behind his work are the dawn of mankind, folklore, magical realism, the concept of wabi-sabi (侘寂) and human conflict.
Gillian Flynn, in an interview with the New York Times said: “I think it’s a Rorschach test … It’s a show designed to let you find what you want from it, and have different points of view, which is exactly where we are right now.”
Speaking of points of view, John Cusack, in his first role in a series, plays Kevin Christie … but rather than my Agatha, it is inspired by well-known characters of a completely different genre.
Those who follow him have the opportunity to know how much John has a certain aversion to some of Mr. Christie’s alter egos, which is why it was a cathartic interpretation.
In his interview published by The Guardian in addition to defining himself a kind of Cassandra, he gave me an amazing ending!
Cusack rubs his tired eyes. He drinks from his big tin tankard of coffee. (!) Who knows, he says? “Maybe being outspoken hurts your career… I’m just aware it helps me sleep better at night, knowing that I wasn’t passive during this time.”
After all, isn’t such an awareness already a kind of Utopia for many of us?
How do you see Utopia?
An exceptional admirer saw Utopia like this:
Stephen King writes: I’m loving UTOPIA, on Amazon Prime. Might not be everyone’s cup of tea, given the times we’re living in, but it has the slow build to full steam that I associate with page-turning novels. Horrifying, violent, and occasionally laugh-out-loud funny.
Don’t know how about you, me for the first coffee I definitely have to give myself a tone, so it will be better to put on glasses. The first coffee must be strong, a good charge is needed, and it must absolutely be cheerful because smiling, or better yet laughing, is always a great antidote. Whether you arrive at this first coffee, jaded after the party or directly in your pajamas; whether you arrive at this first coffee enthusiastic about life or with the weight of sadness on the heart; this coffee must be rock. The first coffee must make you recover energy. The first coffee must reduce toxin, did you know that caffeine stimulates the release of catecholamines which induce a 10-15% increase in basal metabolic rate? You will tell me: who cares. Correct.. It must be the coffee of who cares. It can also be today’s coffee I want to stay off: maybe we can postpone this start, can’t we?! Provided it remains a special coffee. The first coffee. The coffee of trust, and even if you are at the point of cursing the next time you feel that “it cannot rain forever”, I remind you that it is exactly like that, and given that the example of that Cinderella’s has already been mentioned , I tell you: what about Sarah Connor? In the end, hell if he crushes it under the press that damned cyborg! Keep in mind that under the press there can be various types of things, so don’t feel pressured yourself, rather think of “pressing the problem”. It may seem like a threat, but it is for a good purpose. Without presumption, I would prescribe you the coffee of not waiting for tomorrow to be another day, start today, because you have every right to be happy and to be well, always. Always keeping as plan B the classic “go ahead you because I’m going to laugh”. Wearing big glasses it makes sense.