“…But They Can’t Say I Didn’t Sing”: Reflection on Florence Foster Jenkins 
Film / Oscar Winners / Society

“…But They Can’t Say I Didn’t Sing”: Reflection on Florence Foster Jenkins 

This past week, I attended a screening of the film Florence Foster Jenkins, followed by a Q&A with actors Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant, and Simon Helberg. Meryl Streep said in the conversation between them, the film is really about someone who you’re never sure whether you should be laughing at, even when she’s being absurd, because … Continue reading

The Quiet Lineage of Class War: ‘Little Accidents’
Film / Society / Violence

The Quiet Lineage of Class War: ‘Little Accidents’

America, “the land of the free”, is a vast space with two borders that bleed drinkable prosperity and a center that struggles to keep the so-called American Dream alive. I hesitate not to explore the ways in which America is impoverished educationally, intellectually, morally, and spiritually. As an American woman, I cannot afford to withhold … Continue reading