Author Archives: classiq

Editorial: A Raincoat in Sunny LA

Peter Falk in ”Columbo” | NBC   The Editorial: thoughts, short stories or essays about the world of cinema   Who wears a raincoat in sunny LA all the time? Columbo, that’s who. Why? Just instinct. His crumpled raincoat, his … Read More

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Free Solo

“This is your path and you will pursue it with excellency,” says Alex Honnold. Free Solo is not just about physical and mental agility, drive, focus and fearlessness. Read More

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It’s Much More than Food Writing: Two Classics

Anthony Bourdain took the profession of cook as an adventure, just as he did life. The life of a rock ‘n’ roller, but also the life of a craftsman. Kitchen Confidential Read More

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Les choses de la vie

Romy Schneider’s men’s inspired blue shirt and blue jeans look in “Les choses de la vie” is universally appealing. The story is placed is 1970, but that look is timeless. Read More

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Today Everything Exists to End in a Photograph

One of the most remarkable things about Susan Sontag’s essays “On Photography” is how much they apply to our present day image-saturated digital world. Suddenly, Sontag’s penetrating critique Read More

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