It wasn’t always feathers, floats and celebrities.
Pink, green, yellow, and white, it fairly glittered on the counter... I knew that it and I had a future together, though I didn't yet know what it was.
“Obedience to Authority” relates how easily adults abdicate responsibility, and illuminates the horror that ensues when we placidly do as we are told.
Books require that people recount their emotions; documentaries require that people bare the same emotions in front of a film crew.
The film of Far from the Tree is its own creation, capturing and extending the real message of the book. It’s intimate and humane and in some places funny.
The separation of immigrant families from their children is not merely a disgusting failure of sympathy by the American government, but also a surefire way to break thousands ...
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Ian Buruma’s memoir, “A Tokyo Romance,” recaptures his youthful experiences in the avant-garde film and theater world of the postwar city.
No other book has captured the need for displacement as Questions of Travel does.