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Really anticipating this one.

Immensely engrossing and so strange and sad. Love Essie Davis. Something about this kind of storytelling always captivates me. Itís like an older and wiser brother to We Need to Talk About Kevin.



Gosh, how independent you were at 12+. We had all female teachers & no boysí schools nearby so we were boy-mad. At age 15 I was like a child. When I was 13-14 I had a paper route & could not believe how guys in cars went crazy when they saw me delivering the papers. It still seems bizarre to me.
Just saw this. I sure was - donít know if thatís a good thing, but there we go. I wish I could have been childlike at 15, it would have been lovely. Never got the luxury, I guess. So again, thatís the sort of consideration Iíd bear in mind when deciding whether to allow my kids to board. And I can picture it - of course they did. Not bizarre at all, itís human nature, hey.

We had male teachers, though not many (mostly STEM - how sexist), and a male head of something, maybe Sixth Form? Canít remember. Anyway, it wasnít all bad.



Everest vibes.

Itís a bit random, not very believable, but there we go.



Just saw this. I sure was - donít know if thatís a good thing, but there we go. I wish I could have been childlike at 15, it would have been lovely. Never got the luxury, I guess. So again, thatís the sort of consideration Iíd bear in mind when deciding whether to allow my kids to board. And I can picture it - of course they did. Not bizarre at all, itís human nature, hey.

We had male teachers, though not many (mostly STEM - how sexist), and a male head of something, maybe Sixth Form? Canít remember. Anyway, it wasnít all bad.
In my final year we got a male teacher - art. Everyone went batshit though he wasnít the least bit attractive. And it was eventually obvious that he was somewhat infatuated by one of my peers. Which I thought was so stupidly predictable.
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Always had a lot of respect for Jeremy Saulnier. Iíve obviously seen this before, but recollections vague enough for it to be very enjoyable.



I tend to like Ozon, and Sophie Marceau is always great to watch. Letís see what itís about.

Not my cup of tea at all, though I loved The Father. Go figure.




Had been meaning to watch this for ages. Really outstanding stuff, more suspense than Iíd seen in a long time. Amased by how much I enjoyed it. Even the ending is top notch.



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