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ralfy

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About ralfy

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    Asia

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    part-time university instructor
  • Favorite movies
    The Human Condition; Apu Trilogy; Oro, Plata, Mata
  • Favorite music
    Concierto de Aranjuez (Bonnell for Decca), Les Troyens (Dutoit for Decca)
  • Favorite creative writing
    Nabokov, Mishima, Galleano, Lispector, Dante, Goethe, Shakespeare
  • Favorite visual art
    Academic realism

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  1. Went to Catholic schools from primary to uni, including units in theology as part of gen. ed. requirements. Sunday Mass (Novus Ordo) and days of annual obligation (one for Confession); With family during annual memorials, the rosary. At bedtime: - the readings for the day and any memorial from the Daily Roman Missal; - the entry for the saints of that day from Lives of the Saints; Given additional time, - a chapter and devotional entry from the Catholic Prayer Bible (NRSVCE) and commentaries from the Catholic Study Bible (NABRE); - a chapter from the Catechism or part of a novena found in the same Missal; - a chapter from a classic, such as Imitation of Christ; When traveling and given limitations with what I can bring, The Shorter Christian Prayer and the rosary.
  2. Maybe you can search for "Christian radio drama" and podcasts, and see if some of them are looking for voice talents. You can also come up with your own.
  3. Everything looks fine. I'll start using this account, and thanks for the help!
  4. For some strange reason, the underwater scene reminds me of the poem at the end of Melville's work Billy Budd. Perhaps it's the last few lines. Here's a link to it: Billy in the Darbies
  5. ralfy

    The Criterion Channel

    In relation to that news, here's one thoughtful article to consider: The Shutting Down of FilmStruck and the False Promise of Streaming Classics
  6. Yes, please merge the two if it's not too much of a bother, and I can use the "ralfy" account. Thank you.
  7. Andrei Rublev, The Human Condition, and the Apu trilogy may have aspects of exile and not necessarily restoration, together with Manila in the Claws of Light and This is How We Were Before, How are You Doing Now?
  8. In case you can add TV shows, there's also the miniseries A.D. from 1985.
  9. Official web site: Archive 81 Summary from the Reddit page:
  10. A video review of the film by James Raney: (Warning: spoilers)
  11. The writing's weak, with several inconsistencies in character, clunky dialogue, and events that are rushed. The show is supposed to take place a decade before TOS but introduces technology that is barely mentioned in any of the TV shows and movies that depict future events in the timeline.
  12. ralfy

    Stalker (1979)

    Very difficult to appreciate, but I'll give it another shot during the next few days.
  13. At least for fiction, I considered two points about stories borrowed from Laurence Perrine: - What for you is the purpose of the work, and did it fulfill its purpose? - Is the purpose relevant?
  14. "Netflix, Streaming Video and the Slow Death of the Classic Film" http://www.newsweek.com/2017/09/22/netflix-streaming-movies-classics-664512.html
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