“Ring me if anyone bothers you”
“Have you got your keys and rape alarm?”
“Please go while it’s light, I don’t want you out when it’s dark”
All phrases my boyfriend has to say to me before I leave the house.
“I only had one person come up to me today”
“Some guy wouldn’t leave me alone asking for my snapchat today”
“I don’t get why it keeps happening, I look like shit today”
Doing groceries is always a distinct experience from country to country and their differences are the main (if not the only) aspect I will notice.
At the climax of Moulin Rouge, Ewan McGregor’s Christian states that the love which is central to the film’s story is one that will live on forever. It is a bold statement, one that requires the viewer to have brought in completely to the melodrama of the plot and the love triangle it depicts. Twenty years after the film’s debut, and is that statement still correct? Has the film aged well?