Ennui on the Screen and Life Lessons

Entertainment has often show education on the screen, but where has this representation failed and succeeded? Might it be able to even teach us how we can learn better in life itself?

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Ennui on the Screen and the Fight against Fate

Fighting fate is a major part of film and television, but can their imaginary battles teach us anything about changing our own lives?

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REVIEW: ‘House of Hummingbird’ (2018) Soars Beyond Any Expectations

‘A superlative example of the power of film.’ House of Hummingbird is a fascinating film and, to some Western fans of South Korean cinema, an outlier. Park Chan-Wook set an expectation with the likes of Oldboy for particularly violent and surreal works to come from the country, and even Bong Joon-ho’s best picture winner Parasite…

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Was the Fifth Season of Doctor Who a Piece of TV History?

It’s scarcely believable that ten years have passed since the fifth season of Doctor Who came to a close, likely because the series seemed like such a defining shift for the show. It isn’t really quite the fifth season, as fans will know, but the fifth of the show’s continuity-keeping soft reboot that reignited a…

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Ennui on the Screen and Remaining Yourself

It can be a challenge not just to reveal yourself but, in a society keen to keep to the status quo, to continually express yourself authentically. Entertainment sheds light on this struggle.

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MHAM: Another Side of Daniel Craig

He starred in numerous explorations of complex characters, bringing light to different mental health issues in a way significant enough to influence my own wellbeing.

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