UGH, so damn beautiful: Homegoing book review

Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi is possibly the most beautiful book I’ve read in a while (also probably because I haven’t been reading much at all). Spanning over 12 generations, Homegoing is an extremely ambitious novel – and this ambition wholly pays off. Expect to feel horror and shock from the cruelties of history, but also…… Continue reading UGH, so damn beautiful: Homegoing book review

Nicole Kidman kills it as usual: The Others (2001) film review

There really is no denying that Nicole Kidman is one of the most talented actresses in showbiz today. Possessing both incredible elegance and Babadook hands, there’s really nothing she can’t do. The Others, directed by Alejandro Amenábar, is a Spanish-American gothic horror film that stars Nicole Kidman as a mother, Grace Stewart, “trapped” in her own…… Continue reading Nicole Kidman kills it as usual: The Others (2001) film review

Come through, Iranian cinema: No Date, No Signature (2017) film review

I haven’t seen a more affecting performance in film this year than Navid Mohammadzadeh in No Date, No Signature. If anything, Navid Mohammadzadeh’s brilliantly heartbreaking monologue is enough to send you watching No Date, No Signature this instance. No Date, No Signature, directed by Vahid Jalilvand, underscores the grim reality between the well-to-do and the poor in modern…… Continue reading Come through, Iranian cinema: No Date, No Signature (2017) film review

No new year’s resolution can help me: December bujo spread

IT’S FINALLY HERE! The end of the year! Time to look forward to 2018 and believe that your life will experience a complete overhaul and everything will be sunshine and daisies and you won’t ever post a bujo spread late ever again!!!!! Wishful thinking is my favourite hobby!!!December was by far my favourite month to design…… Continue reading No new year’s resolution can help me: December bujo spread