Jules. Los Angeles/Jakarta. Singer-songwriter. Jazz and cinema lover. Hot chocolate addict. Writing major. Enjoys new company, cafes and music concerts. ;)
Adorations: Haley Reinhart. Maleficent. The Sound of Music. Reign. The Crazy Ones. Revenge. Buffy/Angel. Charmed. Ringer. TVD. PLL. New Girl. Hidden Palms. SPN. Gossip Girl. Game of Thrones. Nikita. Castle. Harry Potter. Vampire Academy. THG. OFFICIAL SITELJ
"The British rock and roll group the Beatles, center, are surrounded by photographers on stage at CBS’ Studio 50 before their live television appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show in New York City, Feb. 10, 1964. In the front row are, from left, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lennon. Ringo Starr is in background on drums. (AP Photo) AP"
It’s very English in a very particular way. It rarely gets put at the centre of a story in cinema. Most of us understand drama as arising from conflict. Drama is extremity. That’s what the Greeks tell us. Or is it?