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     a seige film, East Anglia style. Hilarious. Some great lines.
for dinner: Chateau de Genaiserie, Coteaux du Lyon chaume 'Les Tetueres' (Loire) '96
A Room With A View. Just fine - from visuals to script to acting. DD Lewis perfect as ever.
Very nice. Also love the Howard Shore score with Ornette on sax
 scenes. I thought they were well shot and very intense but not out of keeping with the thrust and significance of the plot; young gilr's first sexual and emotional bonding. The fling with the guy didn't seem to hit the spot for her; Emma certainly did, and it deserved to be honestly represented. The scene when they first met after the bar and sat on the park bench, each unsure if the other was going to make a move was, I found, absolutely electrifying.
Blue Is The Warmest Color     and really ,really great performances. The lead is spectacular. In every sense.
Sexy Beast. Excellent.
home-made vin Brulè - just perfect on a crisp and cold night.
The White Ribbon, Haneke. Rather depressing if superbly acted and shot.
1998 Pedras Do Monte, Terras Do sado, Castelao Frances, DFJ Vinhos  (Portugal)
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