Have you ever read a book and related to it so much you’ve irrationally questioned whether the author had been spying on you? Or maybe they have a magical power that enables them to read your every thought and feeling? After reading, Hello I Want To Die, Please Fix Me, this was exactly how I felt.Continue reading‘Hello I Want To Die, Please Fix Me’: a martyr in the war against mental health stigma
The 2021 feature film Dear Evan Hansen had big shoes to fill following the success of the Broadway musical. It was criticised for making viewers feel uncomfortable and for trivialising important issues, which is a complete misinterpretation of the film and its purposes. Just because topics and characters make you feel uncomfortable doesn’t mean that they are not worth portraying.
Content warning: this review discusses suicide and mental ill-health. Continue readingReview of Dear Evan Hansen: How feeling bad isn’t always a bad thing
Audiences are transported to 1989 as sailing skipper Tracey Edwards makes history, leading a female crew on the Whitbread Round the World Race.
Defying the critics and pioneering female empowerment, “Maiden” is an uplifting documentary celebrating a story that should be more widely known.
Sailing enthusiast or not this film entertains viewers on an intense voyage across the world’s open ocean while unearthing flaws in the evolving feminist narrative.
Continue reading‘Maiden’: The must-see documentary about women who “rocked the boat”
Bloom by Rüfüs Du Sol was released in 2016. The Australian musical group’s second album and arguably their most important album as it led to a major boost in popularity and allowed the group to break into the next level of musical fame. Songs such as Innerbloom, Hypnotised and Brighter lead the album and showcase the skills this Australian electro-house group have and why they are one of the most well-known musical groups around the world. Continue readingBloom by Rüfüs: music to lose yourself in