Post by TheWallsScreamedPoetry on Oct 22, 2011 10:10:34 GMT
These are some excellent mags you are putting here I will open the mag section up for a week next month and try to get some new interest from both English speaking and non English speaking sides. If we did manage to get enough interest from non English speakers it would be worth adding a section for Spanish, French etc discussion as I know people feel more comfortable in their own language ;D We will have to wait and see what happens.
"That's the trouble with reality!.... it's taken far too seriously! I do hope God is good to me and Santa Claus to the children! Celebrate...this parties over...I'm going home!"
The next days I will post some magazines more, but I have only three or four more. The collection is ending...
I'll try to go a Sunday at El Rastro what is the largest outdoor market of Madrid to see if I find some more, at reasonable prices. I'm not going there for years, and when I have done a review of these magazines that I have, I have seen some that I don't have that they might be interesting to find and read.
It would be interesting to know about what people think about what they read, but I think they only prefer reading.
This afternoon I will go to watch the movie "L'Universe de Jacques Demy". There is a season of films about Agnes Varda's husband at the National Filmotheque.
The other day I went to watch a movie titled "Model Shop", which Jacques Demy filmed on 1968 in the U.S. Although it was not very good, a bit unsubstantial story, however it had some interesting panoramic images of Los Angeles at that time. The protagonist (he seems a The Beach Boys' guy) spends much of the movie driving around the city and he lived in a house near the beach, very close a extraction petroleum well! He has some hippie friends, some are musicians and others edit an underground newspaper, and he is drafted to Vietnam war. There are images of Sunset Strip and other streets that reminded me some images of HWY.