Daily Archives: December 14, 2010

black swan: film review

The funny thing about Black Swan is that I didn’t have a strong interest or desire to see it in theaters, especially since learning it would be in limited release. Then with it doing well in the specialized markets, the

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escaping to peace village

Co-written by Magdalena Polec At first glance, I really wasn’t sure what Peace Village would be all about. From pictures alone, it looked like a resort of some kind, but that assumption would be half-correct, since it used to be

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