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Jaz D.



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October 8, 2012

Only 1 Rule: You need to post a face picture, not a body picture. Did you post a clear face only picture?

Fargo. Life is absurd.

What is your favorite movie?

A new favourite is most definitely Pollise. This film was dramatic, funny and heart-breaking with the most perfect soundtrack. An old favourite is Fargo. Margie has to be one of the best female characters of all time. Special mentions to anything Coen Bro, Anderson and 90s natural disaster films.

What's your favorite position?

Sitting at the back of my favourite cinema in Melbourne on Monday afternoons surrounded by retirees with a chili choc-top in one hand and the other thoughtfully rested under my chin. Naturally.

What's your favorite drink?

Whisky Sour. I have a tradition of watching Wes Anderson film marathons with berets, mustaches and whisky sours. We call is participatory film appreciation.

Name a movie you want to see

Tomboy. I was surprised given the quality of this film that it didn't make as much of an entrance to mainstream cinema. It was breathtakingly beautiful.


Australian suffering severe withdrawal from quality independent film.

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