Atonement by McEwan

After watching the film based on this book and directed by J.Wright I emotionally wanted to read it. The images which Sarah Greenwood composed  made the impression of beautiful, glorious story. It reminded me a spirit of Virginia Woolf’s books which I really adored a few years ago. Unwillingly and not casually I had already read some of his books and enjoyed them even in the translation. Those were ‘The child in time’ and ‘Sweet tooth’. At the first glance, the writing style seemed me a bit vague and difficult to read. However after some pages it had become ok. … Continue reading Atonement by McEwan

The force

That was so fascinating visit to cinema theatre so great the film was. I mean “Star wars. Force awakenings.” There wasn’t any moment of boredom or tiresome what is so frequently at action films. I even didn’t feel awkwardness of 3d glasses the whole time. I won’t speak anything about production design, it’s great because of it’s naturalness, because of it’s unobtrusiveness. Like coming back home. The plot has the best qualities of the last series. The same time it has deep phylosophy with easy basic idea of fight darkness and light and simple system of characters (but it remind me … Continue reading The force

“Medea” Euripides

This great play had been replaced from one reading list to another few times before I got it read. Reasons as usual are ridicilous. But it appeared as the short play I got very fast. The plot is about the family of Jason. He left his wife Medea for the young girl from respectful and powerful family. But Medea is not a person who can accept the humilation. She is like an anxious beast which torment soul with planning the revenge. Jason offered her to migrate the other place and took resourses for the route. But she decided to come … Continue reading “Medea” Euripides