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Norwegian by Night
Norwegian by Night
Price: £1.89

5.0 out of 5 stars so much more than a thriller, 14 Aug. 2014
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Funny, gentle, violent, an achingly sad and eloquent study of loss, guilt and ultimately redemption. A really, really great book

'tiny Reminders'
'tiny Reminders'
Price: £7.57

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Strangeness and Charm, 3 Jun. 2003
This review is from: 'tiny Reminders' (Audio CD)
I am an unashamed electronica fan. Aphex, Autechre, Fridge, Faultline - whatever I'll have it. Been like this since the early 1990s but I have to say that the creators of some of my favourite records (I'm talking Amber and Ambient Works here) have not been making life easy for me recently. Call me old fashioned, but I LIKE repetetive beats. And I like this album. It's got all the squeltches, sub bass and mid range wierdness that you gotta have but, you know what? It makes you tap your feet too. Inteligent, dark, relentless - lovely. It's like 93 with better computers. Thanks guys.

In the Mood for Love [2000] [DVD]
In the Mood for Love [2000] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Tony Chiu Wai Leung
Offered by MyAubergine
Price: £21.99

46 of 48 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, 8 July 2001
In The Mood For Love is a film of such outstanding quality that it is difficult to know how to adequately describe it. In terms of cinematography, it is faultless, with the composition of each shot apparently considered equally as fine art. Each scene is constructed with an aesthetic so perfect as to be almost wounding. Having said that, this is a beautifully human film and visual impact is never allowed to overwhelm the narrative. The two principle characters are played with a subtlety and compassion echoed by and understood by the camera.
The alchemy of the achievement is completed by a beautiful soundtrack in which the setting resonates and that keeps the audience in touch with and enchanted by the humanity and tenderness expressed by the two protagonists. Overall the experience is breathtaking. It is hard to think of a better example of the art of filmmaking. A jewel. Absolutely wonderful.

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