In a previous article, I took this stance:
Five in one. Almost two and a half hours of me rambling about the ideas behind the cards and the set. I wouldn’t recommend trying to listen to all of them at once.
A few weeks back I was looking at the schedule of my local art house theater and noticed a movie I hadn’t heard about: Sound of Violence, or Conductor in major markets. For some reason, the blurb mentions James Jagger being part of the cast. He is actually only third billed, but because of his parentage (Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall), he is still the one used in marketing. And his parents were specifically mentioned as well.
Just make sure that you are not reading this on false pretenses, I don’t actually have an answer here. Sorry, if that was what you were looking for.
Also, I didn’t hate the movie. I just didn’t find it was very good. But since everything seems to be working in it’s favor, I found it weird that I just didn’t like it that much.
The artist mentioned on the video: Lingua Ignota.
What it says on the tin.
The list I ended up with: http://cubecobra.com/cube/overview/1d4yl
For once, I’m early. Usually I’ve seen quite a limited number of movies from a specific year at this point.
This morning I woke up to see that Lindsay Ellis had quit producing content for good. I really don’t know how to feel about this. On one hand I’ve been following her work for at least five years, so I’m sad to see her go, but on the other hand, if she needs to protect herself from the mob, good on her for taking this step. In the post in which she announced all of references Omelas. If you are not aware of what that is, you should probably look into it.
I decided to try to do this as a video. I’m not only showing you the deck, I’m going through my process as well.