Analysis of a section of François Truffaut’s ‘Le Dernier Metro’

Le Dernier métro: A commentary on the section 22.45 > 28 « Le Dernier métro » est un film réalisé par François Truffaut en 1980, qui explore les épreuves et les dilemmes ressenti sous l’Occupation, et comment les gens ont souffert à cause de ces luttes. Le film expose comment tout le monde, pas seulement les personnes … Continue reading Analysis of a section of François Truffaut’s ‘Le Dernier Metro’

Review: The Leeds Tealights – Clever and original student comedy

The Leeds Tealights have long established themselves as a force to be reckoned with, with plenty of 5-star reviews under their belts; they haven’t let this faze them, though, and their new show ‘Rebirth’ was funnier, fresher, and more bizarre than ever. Warm-up act Will Duggan provided plenty of laughs, and although deftly jumping from … Continue reading Review: The Leeds Tealights – Clever and original student comedy

The Slits, Punk, Patriarchy and Criticism

Punk, which emerged as a movement in the mid-1970’s, sought to create an environment where sexual liberation was rife, a carefree attitude of anti-establishment was popularised, and a real political Otherness prevailed amongst a society riddled with unemployment and malcontent youths. Others, however, merely “define punk in terms of a loosely construed aesthetic,”[1] suggesting that … Continue reading The Slits, Punk, Patriarchy and Criticism