Terror todo el tiempo....siempre créele a un niño...lo que nos sucede en la niñez nos afecta de una otro forma de adultos..#lamaldiciondehillhouse #netflix
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We binge watched the first season of American Vandal this weekend. I have to admit, I’m a big fan.
Brand new Aulta Paipo. Am putting it through the paces before taking it to Maui next week. Swimming at Bay Sports Los Gatos (across the street from Netflix) and riding through Montalvo in Saratoga, CA. This Aulta seems like a pretty good grab-n-go type of watch. So far, a fantastic value.
Documenting the rags to riches tale can be tiresome and cliched, but McQueen, the audacious new documentary about the rise and fall of the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen, is a rarity. What a poetic work of art this is as it locates an insatiable craving that the young Alexander could never obtain. Maybe it was his youth? Maybe it was unattainable pangs of romance. The documentary offers hints but never settles on a definite answer, always digging at it but keeping its subject a mysterious figure. It’s endlessly fascinating in its portrait of an artist as a young genius who created artistically elaborated shows that showcased its designer’s inner genius, longings, turmoils and passions. Despite the empire that he built Alexander McQueen remained empty. This documentary captures that sadness. ***1/2 out of ****