¡Ay, caramba!What a strange film! This is superficially a thriller about an assassination, but the way the hitman gets the information about the hit is mysterious, as is the method of his access to and egress from the hit location. The rest of the movie is repetitive and mystifying, involving several characters who apparently deliver information through encrypted messages and Delphic monologues.So what is it all about? Well, I guess from the…See More
I can't now remember what prompted me to rent this movie, but I'm very glad I did. The central premise is not apparently very atheist-attracting, but bear with me.The movie mainly follows a few main characters as they pass through Berlin - two timeless angels, Peter Falk (playing himself as an actor shooting a war movie), a circus acrobat and an ageing poet. Through the angels, the audience is able to hear the thoughts of the other characters,…See More
"Ha, i had to look to remember WHERE you lived, wondered if it was Washington DC, so famous for their cherry trees. It is breathtaking to ever see. If you ever get the chance, get there in the spring...
There really oughta be more cherry trees,…"
"One of the things I most value about being an atheist is not having to sign up to any prescribed (or proscribed, for that matter) set of beliefs or views... apart from not believing in gods, of course. That's the only thing which connects…"
"OH i didn't mention "saint"!! It's big deal here.
I'll wish everyone a happy halloween, too, even though the original meaning of it has zero significance to me. (true, the original meaning WAS secular, but sorta got taken…"
"Jeff: You should have seen the Tropical Extravaganza at Kew Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in London, which finished last weekend. The Princess of Wales Conservatory - a huge glasshouse containing many different climate zones - was packed…"
The excellent UK blog The Freethinker has pointed out that the Church of Scientology is trying to block the showing of a movie on German TV, which is critical of the cult/church/whatever. The post explains the legal moves which are currently being made by the Scientologists to try to stifle the debate about their…See More
I live in the UK and work for a large US IT company in training. I love travelling to different countries on holiday and do so at pretty much every opportunity.
Why are you here?
I'm very interested in why religious people think the way they do. I also firmly believe that religions are a negative force in the world and am keen to support those who are trying to reduce its impact.
The religion you left
Was never a part of one
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