Getting off the plane after leaving Europe for the first time, I was met with a cold blast of air like nothing I’d felt before, as temperatures of below -19°C hit New York in February of 2014.
I am a 20 year old student of politics and Spanish at the University of Bristol. I love travelling, reading, languages, (leftist) politics, cooking, eating pizza and watching films. Read more here.
There are perks to having a 17-year-old brother who models. One of them: a free trip to New York. Continue reading…
Copenhagen is certainly not the typical city break destination unlike Paris and Rome but when I saw flights advertised for £5 last May, I couldn’t say no.
Summarising Toni Erdmann in a few lines would be like trying to solve the Enigma Code in under thirty minutes. What is this film truly about? Who is it really about? Well, I’d say that’s subjective. It depends on who you are. A father, whose children have grown up? Or maybe you’re a son or daughter who has moved away from home and never has the time to call anymore. Either way, this film will resonate with whoever is watching.
Tired after a long journey, being dropped in the wrong place by our taxi driver was not the best first impression we had of Naples.
As young students at university, it can be difficult to picture a world where you have nothing, no-one, and no help. Ken Loach’s film, I, Daniel Blake outstandingly depicts a brutal yet real-life image of what poverty in the UK is really like.