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Remember that all suffering is made up by your & others' heads ("pain is inevitable, suffering is optional"). Remember that state of serenity on Oct 22-23, 2019 as a truly healthy state. And gently steer yourself into doing 3/3/3+1 with curiosity, self-compassion, mindfulness, the learning-goals approach instead of the performance-goals approach where possible (Er. S.' stuff helps!)

listography NEW JOURNAL

"best" = made me think, feel or/and maybe even learn a lot

(sorted by when I watched them)


  • Virgin Mountain / Fúsi (2015) for its therapeutic effect
  • Wetlands / Feuchtgebiete (2013) for its freshness, fun daring stuff
  • but this year it's mostly some TV series episodes/storylines that affected me strongly


  • Stations Of The Cross
  • (rediscovery) Meet Joe Black
  • Youth (2015)

2014: non of it cracked me open/affected me as strongly as the movies from 2013' list, except for 20 and d'ecart though

  • Ida (2013) and Sara Prefers to Run (2013) - they are basically the same movie, it's just that Ida is more professionally made and Sara is made by a person from the 1st-world country
  • The Skeleton Twins
  • (comedic editing & chemistry) 20 ans d'ecart (2013)


  • (for technical reasons) All That Heaven Allows (1955) and Written on the Wind (1956) - "invisible" comedy via mise-en-scenes
  • Kyss Mig (2011), part 1
  • (doc) Quiet Rage: The Stanford Prison Experiment (1992)
  • (doc) Obedience (196?) by Stanley Milgram
  • Concussion (2013) and two interviews & Q&A with the director (found on Youtube)
  • Starlet (2012) (even though haven't seen it in a linear way) and that inteview (with thDrH and the director, it's for what he says that it's useful) on vimeo
  • (doc) Stories We Tell (2012)
  • Blue is The Warmest Color (2013) and some video interviews about it (found on Youtube)
jan 6 2014 ∞
may 9 2017 +