TBD: Very First Entry

It all started about three years ago, 2012. I finished my last school year and entered the Art College program in The Catholic University. At that time i probably thought that it was a good idea, i don’nt really know why i chose that career, i didn’t even liked it.

It took me a long time to realize that i actually did it to because of my boyfriend. He was the best student in my school, everyone loved him, except by my classmates, they totally hated him, even my friends didn’t liked him, and i never knew why. Well now i guess that i did it to feel better with myself, i was studying what i ”liked” (college, so i could traspassed to architechture, what i really ”loved”) in the best university of the country, i had a great smart boyfriend, one of my girl bestfriends got in the same university so i saw her regularly.

I wanted to be succesful, but for the wrong reassons, not for myself, not to be happy, but for the ”what would people say”. I’ve always been that kind of girl, thinking and caring way too much of what people have to say about me. For more that i try i can’t really change it, it’s who i am, but i can hide it, i learned to. If something happen i always shut down. Even now is hard for me to understand it, to understand myself. 

Everyone thought i had the perfect life, but guess what? No one has it…

Chef

Ramblings of a cinephile

Chef

Director: Jon Favreau; Main Cast: Jon FavreauJohn LeguizamoBobby CannavaleEmjay AnthonyScarlett JohanssonSofía Vergara;

This is a feel-good movie written and directed by Jon Favreau, mostly known for directing Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Cowboys & Aliens. It is a comeback story about Carl (Favreau), the titular chef, who loses his job after a bad review from a critic and a melt-down gone viral on internet. Notwithstanding the fact that all the cliches are in it (unappreciated genius, workaholic, divorced with difficult relationship with his son…) the story works well because it has a nice pace, some good humor and the acting is up-to-par. Carl realises, with some help from his ex-wife Inez (Vergara), that he should go back to where he started: making cuban sandwiches on a food truck. The second act of the film is an on…

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