All that BS over formal vs. informal writing (or why the eggplant emoji is my favorite emoji) - Last weekend, I moderated the discussion on *Strunk & White's The Elements of Style* for the book club. Much as I would have liked to focus on the nitty gr...
08 June 2015
Movie Review: Last Summer
Last Summer is told through the lens of this composite image I have constructed. It does not attempt to give a didactic account of Southern living and it does not paint a caricature. Rather, it shows rural Arkansas. Homosexuality and homophobia are both hidden, in plain sight. Feelings there but not spoken.
The plot can be summarized fairly easily: Luke and Jonah have been boyfriends and best friends in this rural part of the US. They are enjoying/suffering their last summer together before Jonah goes off to college elsewhere -- while Luke will remain. The musical accompaniment was pretentious but the cinematography was lovely. If you don't like formal movies, then you should pass on this -- this was a no-budget/low-budget movie after all.