What Did I Watch This June

  Winterlight (1963) “God why have you created me so eternally dissatisfied? So bitter, so frightened? Why must I realize how wretched I am? Why must I suffer so hellishly for my insignificance?” This is my number one film for the June by Ingmar Bergman. The film’s theme mainly revolves around characters’ common reaction against … Continue reading What Did I Watch This June

Plague of the 21st Century: Anxiety

Anxiety began with a traumatic experience that I rejected to face with. I should say that first step to ease my anxiety was acceptance. I accepted that something was going wrong with me. I was constantly feeling suffocated with a heart beating so fast that it woke me up from my sleep. Before I begin … Continue reading Plague of the 21st Century: Anxiety

Commodification of Time in Michael Ende’s Momo

 Materialization of time and remarks of consumerism in Michael Ende’s Momo   Momo is a homeless girl, who runs away from orphanage to an uncertain city where Momo takes place. The plot mainly adopts Momo’s adventures of gaining the stolen time back from the time-thieves, who are called  “The Grey Gentlemen”. Those Gentlemen continue to … Continue reading Commodification of Time in Michael Ende’s Momo