Wednesday, January 26, 2011


I have a blog. I feel all grown up. I was laying in bed last night, way past bedtime after I just finished watching The Oath (review to come at a later stage) when I decided I had to share. I'm just a *normal* person with absolutely no idea about how films are made, the arty side of things nor the direction. I just watch these films and am left with no one to discuss the movie or the impact they have on me, hence the blog ;-)

Unfortunately, living in South Africa, we get no festivals like Sundance, Cannes etc etc and finding some of these gems in Dvd stores are as rare as your 2yr old sitting still for 5 minutes. So you might want to read my review before you add these Dvd's to your uTorrent Take2 wishlist. I'll share my thoughts on docs ranging from politics to the every day man, that I found totally fascinating or just dead boring. Some have me thinking for days, others have me falling asleep 30mins in.

If you have any suggestions for films of interest or need help getting your hands on anything you would like to watch, please let me know. Hehehe, I'm hoping one day to be able to discuss the films with others in the comments but I will add spoiler alerts should it ever come to that!!

Lastly, please note that all views that I share on this blog will be my personal opinion as I have absolutely no credentials when it comes to reviews, just my own thoughts.

TFR!! *insert smiley face*
PS: I'm new to blogging ok, I'm sure there will be plenty stuff-ups along the way but could someone point me in the direction of the smiley faces? lol.


  1. Well it's about time. How bout having a discussion about the "right" or "wrong" about downloading documentaries

    What do documentary makers really want? you to buy the DVD or you to see their message?

    Especially when one could theoretically have seen a docu on TV ( if one lived in the right country

  2. Well, there are loads of sites where you can watch online for free however, most South Africans dont have the means to afford the internet access and line speeds required to watch them online. On a 384 line, it could take up to 12 hours just to bloody buffer, and lol, that could be on a good day!

    Thanks for follow-add thingie! ;-)