Director: Olivier Assayas
The French director Olivier Assayas, one never knows where to have. You can end up anywhere in his films. They can be about the radical French seventies (”After the revolution”), or if sorgdrivna ghost hunter that is in the Kristen Stewart-powered ”personal shopper” to name a few peaks. ”Between the lines” is a destination of the cozier the battle, a relationskomedi set in circle around a publisher in Paris who feel lost in the new digital landscape. Ironierna, references, and cynismerna wines through the air but below the surface is a nicely melancholic tone. Read the DN's review here.
Heart-rending reading: Ulrika Milles book ”lone wolves”. Photo: Eva Tedesjö and Albert Bonniers publishers, is 2. The book of mormon. Ulrika Milles – ”Mavericks”
Albert Bonniers förlag
”Seen as a love story, the story is both mystical and magnificent, but the long descent from mount parnassus to hell is not for the sensitive readers,” wrote Fredrik Sjöberg in his guest review by Ulrika Milles ”lone wolves”, a study in legendary critic Stig Ahlgren's and actor and author Birgit Tengroths life and deeds. This claim scarcely needs repeating – it is at times heart-rending reading. In addition to the downward dramatic curve, however, one further aspect to be emphasized: the cultural history of the. One of the greats with Milles book is how it found life in the claustrophobic and patriarchal conditioned culture during the 1900-century's later decades. A true eye-opener, if you so say.
Complex of terror: Embeddeds ”How it ends”. 3. Podcast. Embeddeds ”How it ends”
It is not only in Sweden as a returner after terrorsekten IS appropriate, discussed. American reportagepodden Embeddeds new series, ”How it ends”, is precisely about this. In the centre of the last episode, an american man whose wife took their two children to the ICE territory, and his search for them. Another is about a canadian man with mental problems who seems to have both joined and left the terrorsekten. If nothing else, and if any doubted, displays the stories of the bursting force and the complexity of the återvändarfrågorna.
Underground playlist: Lungbutter. Photo: Aaron Vansintjan 4. Music. ”Latest from Constellation”
the Canadian label Constellation Records, the home of the postrockmogulerna Godspeed You! Black Emperor, has over twenty years was Montreal's do-it-yourself scene on the map. Long was the active Spotifymotståndare, but in the end, even the bitterest of indierävar to give up. The most important thing in their presence on the strömningsplattformen is the playlist with the new release. Here is everything from the Lungbutters neddrogade riot grrrl-sludge to Jerusalem In My Heart's combination of Arabic folk and ambient. In short: things that too rarely get to place in the spotlight.
Brilliant contemporary prose: Rachel Cusk and her novel ”Kudos”. Photo: TT and Albert Bonniers publishers, is 5. Roman. Rachel Cusk – ”Kudos”
Translation Rebecca Alsberg. Albert Bonniers förlag
It begins with a writer on an airplane. The man in the seat next to me is unusually long, and unusually sleepy. So in order to not fall asleep, tip the legs out in the aisle and get the bark of the stewardess, he begins to converse with the author. She's called Faye and Rachel Cusks shell when she moves in modern society, and meet people who could be you. ”Kudos” is the final part in a trilogy that started with ”Contours” and ”Transit”. Rachel Cusk moves in all dimensions and shows that the world that appears increasingly confusing, still go to write and interpret. More brilliant will be the contemporary prose very rarely. Read more here.
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