Impressions of Girona

What a nice piece you have written here. Hollow-wood movies and narcissism? They do seem to go together! 🙂

¡Hasta la vista....Charlie!

Film allows us to listen through our eyes, it is often compared to the process of dreaming. ‘The American Dream’ was led by cinema. Films such as Citizen Kane in many respects, exposed this. Film therefore, is a contradiction in that we allow ourselves to become extremely emotive about events that are either completely fictional or events that have been shaped by the filmmakers.

…You can already tell I’ve spent too long in Museu del Cinema  during my first day here….

Girona is defined by St Narcissus,  a saint who shares an ID card with the Greek Narcissus known for being a little too close to the water, knowing that the song was about them and drowning horribly as a result. The historical Narcissus, as the legend goes, sent a plague of flies to get rid of the Roman soldiers. As a result, you can now buy magnets in…

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