Burning from Lee Chang-Dong is on every serious best movies list from 2018 for a reason.
It’s based on a short story by Haruki Murakami and it’s slow paced with 2 and a half hrs running time.
But you get a tense movie with great acting by all three leads and gorgeous to look at – just don’t expect too much answers on all the questions.
If you want to watch the movie don’t watch the clip below, which is a standout scene from the movie and probably one of the most beautiful scenes shot on film this year.
So here’s a mixtape for bars, restaurants, hotels, shops or whatever you like. It features some nice Deep & Disco-ish house tunes that should fit well in modern concepts.
And while other mixsets are usually too short, this one is running almost 3 and a half hours. It’s availabe for streaming and download at Hear This or Mixcloud (stream only).
I know I’m late on this, but recently I got a bit addicted to „Brooklyn Nine-Nine“ (in germany available on Netflix). Although Sitcoms are usually not my favorite TV genre, this one is hilarious. Obviously, since the show’s been created by Michael Schur, who’s also in charge of the equally great „The Good Place“. „Brooklyn Nine-Nine“ has all it takes: Great writing, it’s a bit silly and it has a charming ensemble. One of my favorite characters has to be Gina, masterly performed by Chelsea Peretti. Kind of annoying, a bit b*tchy, but mostly right in the end. See some of her great one-liners below…