To date, I have not been very good at travelling to and exploring places closer to home. I always believed that I would always have time to do so later in life and therefore preferred the longer voyages.
With an opening scene referencing a quote from Exodus 20:5 in the Bible, regarding the punishment of the sins of the fathers onto their children, and a sepia coloured photograph of three young boys, The Last Rampage, essentially sets out its underlying themes from the outset.
After missing the screenings of Birds of Passage during the 2018 London Film Festival, I was fortunate to watch this film at a preview for the Reclaim the Frame project by the charity, Birds’ Eye View.
Why would you go to Paris for the day? That was the question I was often asked when revealing my plans to go to Paris for a bank holiday. Why not? – was my response and indeed why not visit Paris for the day or 8 hours in this case?
This spring seemed to be the season for afternoon teas as I went to 3 of them! CC Bar, in Mayfair, was the last venue that I visited for afternoon tea in that period. As it is a champagne bar, I definitely thought that I would be in my element! […]