Monthly Archives: September 2019

Pain and Glory – a review

This is one of those films that critics call a ‘personal’ work, meaning autobiographical. It contains scenes and relationships lifted from the filmmaker’s life woven into the story, some events are true, some fiction. I guess you could call it … Continue reading

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Iceland’s Crimefinder General

When the Royal Bank of Scotland got caught out in its race to be the biggest bank known to the galaxy, too cocky to undertake due diligence on acquisitions stuffed with toxic sub-prime debt, I joined others in calling for heads … Continue reading

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Rocketman – a review

To be honest; of new rock and pop talent I am the last to take notice for I’ve never been a fanatic follower. I’m a jazz and classics man, old and new compositions. That love issues from my background, brought … Continue reading

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