I have no favourite film in the meaning of one most favourite film. It’s like choosing your favourite child.
Top theatre experience
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre in London. Even though the screenplay itself felt more like average fanfiction than a sequel to the main book series, it made me feel like magic really exists on stage.
The TV show I’m currently binging
The last show I binged was Wednesday. I loved her sarcastic notes, the rest was just a teenage drama in unnatural scenery. Now I want to binge-watch American crime drama miniseries Love & Death with Elizabeth Olsen.
The book I couldn’t put down
And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie – the best detective book I have ever read. Very gripping story. I finished it in a few hours.
I have many unpopular opinions about overrated films. For example: Matrix, Pulp Fiction, Dirty Dancing, Grease, the original Star Wars trilogy, Lord of the Rings… so many popular films that don’t deserve their place on a spotlight. Don’t blame me, please.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – part 1. Finally, a film that doesn’t follow the same scheme as all the previous in the series.
My guilty pleasure
It might sound crazy, but Wife Swap helps me clear my mind and relax (knowing that my family is the best one in the world).
The lyrics I love
I Drink Wine, by Adele:
So I hope I learn to get over myself Stop trying to be somebody else So we can love each other for free Everybody wants something You just want me
Why am I obsessing About the things I can’t control? Why am I seeking approval From people I don’t even know?
In these crazy times I hope to find Something I can cling on to ‘Cause I need some substance in my life Something real, something that feels true
The thing that I love about Adele is not only her sense of humour and authenticity, but the heartbreaking sincerety in all of her song lyrics that everyone can relate to.