Category Archives: Books and films

Scandinavian Noir TV series: Bron or Broen or The Bridge

Over the last few days, I’ve been watching the first season of the Swedish-Danish television crime series The Bridge (Bron in Swedish and Broen in Danish). I really liked it. The story begins when a body is found after a … Continue reading

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Movie day

I’m going with some friends to the cinema on Monday, but we still haven’t decided on what to see. The options seem to be Abraham Lincoln – Vampire Hunter, The Hunger Games and The Amazing Spider-Man. Out of these three I … Continue reading

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Saga by Tonino Benacquista

Although it was Saturday yesterday, I didn’t go out at night. My family went fishing from a boat, but I didn’t feel like it. Instead, I stayed home and started reading a book by Tonino Benacquista, Saga. Obviously, most people … Continue reading

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The Hunt by Thomas Vinterberg starring Mads Mikkelsen

Two weeks left of school now. With the weather being this nice it feels almost like the summer holiday has started already. By the way, I can’t wait to see the Danish director Thomas Vinterberg’s new movie, The Hunt. Vinterberg … Continue reading

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Sherlock: The British TV series about Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, personal opinions and a short review

imdb I’ve now watched both seasons of the British TV series Sherlock. I must start by saying that I’m a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes as book character. I’ve read every piece of fiction written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle … Continue reading

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And in this perfect weather we’ll find a place together

Today Spotify announced that they’ve added Red Hot Chili Peppers to their music library. I’m a huge fan, but I haven’t been listening much to them since John Frusciante left the band in 2009. Since I’m almost getting all my … Continue reading

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Love in the time of cholera

Last night I started reading Love in the time of cholera by Gabriel García Márquez. I’m now half way through it, and honestly, when I think about it I have trouble grasping the fact that this masterpiece is so young. … Continue reading

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