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He knows not that he is royalty. We know not what this form of royalty means. This is the beginning of the pursuit for his truth: By the four opposing coigns Which the world together joins, Is made with all due diligence That horse and sail and high expense Can stead the quest. // The […]

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Sumptously vibrant, occasionally ominous

With its sumptuously vibrant, occasionally ominous Technicolor tones courtesy of George J Folsey (who also shot Million Dollar Mermaid and The Harvey Girls), its American songbook classics, including Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and The Trolley Song, and its evocation of an idyllic, untroubled fin-de-siecle St Louis that surely never existed until Vincente Minnelli […]

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And here’s how the story goes…

How did we get here? -We have backtracked, hit 1969 into 1970 and now in 1971 Thelonius drives across the middle of the country and something he finds there sets the stage for what is happening right now. This confederate flag, he is listening to “California” from “Blue” and leaving the ER NYC woman (and […]

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The Love You Stole

and in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make Now it sounds catchy coz it’s the gets-insufferable-the-more-you-get-to-know-them Beatles, bugs chameleons and creepy crawlies, but it really makes no sense. It’s marketing for propaganda that sold records from 1968 to just last Saturday. Imagine that. I can still hear the […]

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CRACKING THE CODE

SHE THINKS: I can’t believe you think that I fucking care. After all that you have done, not done and are right now not growing up a child not a man. CUT TO SITTING ON A BEACH UNDER AN UMBRELLA we open with where she was but don’t stay there she writes her way into […]

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