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Finally saw that 2012 film called Argo.

What a wasteful American propaganda film.

How do you deal with procrastination? Please give me some tips. I struggle a lot.

Awesome short film about caste. Good comments below. The name is a play on a 1972 surrealist French film directed by Luis Buñuel.

youtube.com/watch?v=AJBkmtpu1s

I saw Chungking Express (1994).

I think the movie is cute and funny. But is it a philosophical exploration into the perils of urban romance? Hell no! People read too much into this Wong Kar-Wai film.

It's nice y'all, but please don't start writing a thesis on it.

Suppose you have 25 horses and a race track with 5 lanes. What is the least number of races in which you can select the best 3 horses?

Obvious rules apply. No timer is involved and performance of each horse is constant through the races.

Watch Human Nature.

It's a 2019 documentary about CRISPR, the spooky gene editing technology and the ethical concerns behind it.

It's 2021 now and we have a come a long way from that controversial Chinese trial of CRISPR on humans. It would be cool if someone has any follow-up recommendations.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Na

19 years from now, we'll realize that all this while coronavirus had simply been the dual of the ronavirus.

The two "It" films (2017-19) are absolutely boring. I really don't get why people watch this stuff.

The real horror is the consistently lousy screenplay. Also, what exactly does the police do in Derry?

I just saw Nomadland (2020).

That film manages to speak so much about individuality within hollow capitalism with so little dialogue. The film is profound in its message and yet subtle in the delivery.

Chloe Zhao does an excellent job of capturing the American countryside in that ultra-wide format. Watching the film, I really felt moved.

Besides art, my (used to be) main hobby is producing music, in wide range of genres. I'm not keen on professionalism, but I like to experiment and take up challenges.

This is a song challenge (fresh from the oven) in which all sounds are created using nothing but math functions and parameters.

It turned out to be one of my best songs ever.
#music #challenge #lmms

I saw Harakiri (1962).

Amazing commentary on Japanese honor culture. The sword fights are very intense and every single shot is beautiful.

I'll totally recommend, even if you are not into Japanese period films.

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