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Wohnquartier Rozzol Melara, Triest

Carlo Celli, Luciano Celli,  Dario Tognon 1970-1983

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1960s Polish 7” sleeve by Rosław Szaybo (themes from Knife in the Water)

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Valley of the Bees (1968)- Directed by Frantisek Vlácil. Part #1. There are so many striking shots in this film. Great use of light, contrast, and even some Gothic imagery. Also weirdly, when watching the film I couldn’t help but think of the visual style of Wes Anderson. It really is a fantastic film, one of the most interesting “medieval” films I’ve ever seen.


Bonus shot from Aguirre, the Wrath of God of a real pleased looking baby sloth.


Top 30 Favourite Films

A while ago a friend and I tried to make our personal top 30 favourites, in no order. I’m still not completely happy with it and occasionally think of a film that is somehow been forgotten and it kills me. But this is it so far. (Our rule was that we could have multiple films by the same director).

2001: A Space Odyssey (1)

Once Upon a Time in the West (2)

Brief Encounter

The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (5)/ Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans

Paris, Texas

Stalker/Andrei Rublev

The Devils (4)

Rear Window/Psycho/Strangers on a Train

Miller’s Crossing/The Big Lebowski


Seven Samurai/Ran/Throne of Blood

Wild Strawberries/ Winter Light (10)

Songs From the Second Floor (7)

The Fly

The Haunting (6)

Sunset Boulevard

Letter From an Unknown Woman

Before Sunrise/Before Sunset/Before Midnight

Suspiria (3)

Blue Velvet/ Mulholland Drive


The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp/Black Narcissus/ A Matter of Life and Death

The Thing

The Empire Strikes Back

Porco Rosso/ Princess Mononoke/ Castle in the Sky

Citizen Kane/The Magnificent Ambersons (8)

Wet Hot American Summer

Starship Troopers (9)

The Royal Tenenbaums/Rushmore/The Life Aquatic

Days of Heaven/The Thin Red Line/The Tree of Life

Close: Return of the Living Dead, Synecdoche New York, The Holy Mountain, The Passion of Joan of Arc, You Only Live Twice, City Lights.


Happy Holidays… See you in few weeks.


Algiers, Louisiana, c. 1972 — William Eggleston

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Under new management. Marie, ex-3xxx short-stay “love hotel” for couples. Exarcheia, Athens, Greece, 2013 (btm) & 2014 (top)

PS. The free parking is also a new feature, given the fierce competition with the nearby Hotel Attiki which offered first such a service to its clientèle.

PS 2. I couldn’t resist throwing in the scanned first page of the relevant leaflet I found under my door…

Jewish cemetery, Safov CZ