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torn ligaments

I managed to tear the ligaments in my wrist

By on 18/11/2018

Its been a wild couple of weeks. I was knocked over playing basketball a few weeks ago with what I thought was a minor injury. It turned out I fractured my wrist and tore two ligaments which is wild. I ended up having surgery to reinforce the ligaments and a couple of days in hospital […]

The Guilty

BFI London Film Festival 2018: The Guilty Review

By on 23/10/2018

The Guilty (Den Skyldige) The Guilty proves that you don’t need a big budget to make an affective thriller. Its powered by amazing acting, sound design and our own imaginations     Set completely in a police dispatch room The Guilty (Den Skyldige) is Denmark’s entry for the Oscars. The Guilty is a one character […]

Auchwitz gates

Visiting Auschwitz was emotional and deeply sobering

By on 29/09/2018

I’m currently in Poland on a solo trip for my birthday eating and drinking my way through Krakow and Warsaw, as part of the trip I visited Auschwitz which was an experience It was such a lovely day and I arrived at about 8am. There was a sense of calm and beauty to the area […]

The Handmaids Tale

Dystopian dramas to watch now The Handmaid’s Tale is over

By on 14/08/2018

The Handmaid’s Tale The Emmy Award winning (the first for a streaming service) The Handmaid’s Tale is one of the most important TV dramas since The Wire. It has just finished it second season Based on the 1985 novel by Margret Atwood of the same name. The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian drama set in […]