• Blog friends meet The Temple of Dendur: This is one of my favorite rooms in the whole world. I just love everything about this room.
  • I love brunch because it’s the best part of sweet and savory. Hello bacon, egg and swiss french toast…
  • The Worst Person in the World is one of the best films I’ve seen this year. I was lucky enough to see it as part of a film festival, so I got to hear (seated) Joaquim Trier (Director), Renate Reinsve (star), Anders Danielsen Lie (star), and NYFF Eugene Hernandez (Director NYFF59). What’s funny watching a subtitled film is acknowledging how fast people read and get the subtitles…the laughter starts at different points. I wonder if the late laughers think it’s funny or just want to be part of the crowd.
  • Most thought provoking movie of the year goes to I’m Your Man– if you like my posts about romance and tech, then this movie should be on your to be watch list
  • When I bought tickets for last Wednesday’s game, the Mets were in a position to make it to the post season. Yeah….there’s always next year…

22 thoughts on “What Inspired Me: October 3

  1. Yum on the brunch! The Temple of Dendur does look intriguing. LOL about knowing who reads faster with the subtitles. The lady I take care of is very hard of hearing so she is always watching movies with subtitles.

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  2. I find subtitles difficult to deal with, distracting. I want to look around the entire screen, actually see the scene while hearing the dialogue. Subtitles are too much work for me!

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    1. I don’t mind them in foreign films because I find foreign films much more understated than American films. I’ve just been in a foreign film binge of late….they’ve been more interesting than American films

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