Posts Tagged: depression

The Joker – Return to madness

Went to see The Joker last night and yes, the critics were right. The movie is an absolute masterpiece! The acting gave me shivers throughout and I nearly started crying when he got kicked about by those teenagers at the start of the movie. It’s a very powerful story about a man’s love for his… Read more »

Most Romantic Scenes from La Boheme

I went to see La Boheme (Puccini) sung at the Sydney Opera and I was absolutely in awe of the voices and of some of the really cute and cheesy romantic dialogue. The opera follows two couples as they get together and fall apart in the turn of the century Paris. They struggle with poverty,… Read more »

BoJack Horseman Season 5 Out Today

“BoJack Horseman” has recently been announced as returning to Netflix with a new season. I loved this funny yet heart-wrenching show that lights the depression, addiction and superficiality in Hollywood (and truly everywhere). This may be the saddest animated comedy in TV history, and with each new batch of episodes it delves deeper into its… Read more »

Ozark Season 2 – The Langmore admission letter

“An undercurrent of savagery pervaded my life long before the violence truly began. My dad made grand theft auto seem like a good career path, like we were entrepreneurs in a start-up. Only our start-up was the motor of someone else’s car or truck or boat.” “My childhood traumas are not like yours. My mother’s… Read more »

Ozark Season 2 – Quote about depression

“I have a brother. He is manic-depressive, and he has been a mess his whole life. And I have spent much of my life resenting him and what he put my family through. To me, he was indulgent, and he was embarrassing, and, quite frankly, he was weak. And then, ten years ago, I fell… Read more »