“The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless.”
The Big Lebowski is one of the greatest films ever written.
Al-Mansour says she first began making films because she “had been trying to assert [her]self and find [her] voice” in a culture where “women are invisible” and “don’t matter.”
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: you’re out having a fun, drunken night with friends or co-workers and the next morning you wake up staring down at the body of some person whose name you can hardly recall, attempting in vain to put together the blurred pieces that led up to this moment.
Back in mid-March, a 19-year old woman named Amina Tyler from the tiny, North African country of Tunisia became an international sensation when she posted two topless photos of herself on Facebook.
Apparently we did not fear–or somehow failed to recognize–the profound damage that his theories could do to our peculiar form of government and culture.
While “popular magazines portray a 20-something culture dominated by singles who are almost obsessed with avoiding commitment…behind closed doors, I have yet to meet a 20-something who doesn’t want to get married or at least find a committed relationship.”
To me, it seemed to confirm that, while choice is both good and attractive, more choice is not necessarily better.