the worst experience I had

12. may 2017 at 22:12 | Misty |  random words put together

Heyyy blog, long time no see!


I had an assignment for the last week's class in which we were supposed to talk about our worst experience. Yea. They make us embarrass ourselves quite often at the university I'm not even surprised about anything anymore, tbh. One must get use to it or otherwise leave.
Nevertheless... Given the fact that I didn't post there anything since February I thought it wouldn't be a bad idea to write it down and practise a little bit my usage of past tenses. (Sorry for the mistakes, tho.)


The worst experiences in my life are, of course, linked with the saddest situations, which are not usually shareable with others. Or with the most awkward moments about which I don't like to talk either, because talking about them is like living them again. I try to let out of these awkward moments and generally forget all the bad memories. Sometimes successfully, sometimes not.

I can think of two particular moments which I could probably share in the class and don't feel so ashamed. It did not happen too long ago so that's probably why I still remember it.

 

Quentin Tarantino, my fave director

11. february 2017 at 13:20 | Misty |  fave people

Quentin Jerome Tarantino

The person I've written essays about like a million times. Okay, be honest... just twice.

Tarantino is well-known as a film director, film producer, screenwriter and actor. He is probably the most influential filmmaker of the 90's. And even today, I can still name some people who have never seen a single movie by him, and I feel really bad for them.

He was born on 27th March 1963, in Tenessee, USA. Now he's 53 years old. Tarantino's mother named him after a TV series character Quint Asper. He left High School at the age about 15 or 16, and put himself into acting classes, where he met several people, who did later appear in his films. After the studies, he worked in prestigious video shop called Video Archives, where he spent most of days watching different movies, and then he could retell the whole story and describe each scene of it. That is how he learnt everything about overall scene, cut, music or even working with actors.

"Trying to make a feature film yourself with no money is the best film school you can do."


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