I write to tell stories

Archive for May, 2017


The Movie – Flypaper – by Rob Minkoff.

The deceit of deceiving deception, intertwined with another deceit.
A paradoxical comedy, but fun.

The Book – The smell of money (L’odore dei soldi) – By Marco Travaglio.

Can we surely know the origin of everything?
Unfortunately no: I am afraid even Silvio Berlusconi’s empire will remain a mystery.

I’m not interested in knowing where to get the money, but I would like to see the money distributed with more intelligently: why to cover the executives with gold  only when they never have enough money? I find it smarter to help those who have difficulty entering a Social System that improves people based on their money.
If I think that every human action is tied to a piece of paper called money, I’m sad because, in this, I do not see at all an evolved and intelligent civilization.

The private citizen who makes use of the State to make money, the State that exaggerates to have money with taxs from the private citizen.
At the end no one comes out winner: this attitude is stupid, just like trying to fight against our shadow.
This is the tragedy of the Italian State.


The Movie – The piano – by Jane Campion.

Loving means letting go of the person that you love, so that he can happily live his life.
And yet never happens, possessions and rivalries always take the lead in everyday life.
So love becomes a nightmare.

The Movie – Gattacca – By Andrew Niccol.

To lie to everything, even to achieve your success: challenge and win science and nature at all costs, until to get up there, among the stars.


The Movie – Source Code – by Duncan Jones.

If I could change events, avoid tragedies, and save lives through an experience and a crazy tool… would you do it?

The Book – A different sea – By Claudio Magris.

The life of a man narrated with simplicity from childhood to old age: youth and passion for literature, the journey of years like fleeing from himself and from his life forever, the return, daily life.
A life partner escaping with another man, the woman that remaining like companion of life, the fascination, war, the quiet after the storm and the return home, a lifetime lived to the full, intense.

The Book – Collection of Sand – By Italo Calvino.

A travel diary: the exhibitions and museums in Paris, the fantastic world of Calvino, Japan, Mexico, Iran and, of course, the human soul.

The Movie – Final Destination 2 – By David R. Ellis.

Understanding a drawing, of events stacked between them, which has no end, to try to survive.


The Movie – Final Destination – By James Wong.

You will no longer be able to look at the details of the world that surrounds you with the same lightness as before.

Tag Cloud

%d bloggers like this: