This week on Can I Just Say, we discuss the 1987 film, Moonstruck. We howl at the moon and break our hearts and go to the opera. We both loved this story of a woman’s self-discovery, set in NY but also in a modern fairy tale based on love, family, beauty, and wolves….
It is time to plug in our splitter and wander around New York listening to our playlists and talk about this delightful film that defies tropes and is truly a pleasure to watch.
This week on Can I Just Say, the 1991 film, Impromptu. When discussion of darling film about the 1830’s art world in Paris and a fabulously gender fluid writer (George Sand played by Judy Davis) becomes a grand sweeping debate of arts place in society, democracy, cultural norms.
This week on Can I Just Say, we discuss the 1994 film, Little Women. Gentlemen of the press. Hear! Hear! We so enjoyed the March family… enough to want to be a part of it (but not in quite the same way as Laurie)
This week on Can I Just Say, we discuss the 1985 Merchant Ivory film, A Room with a View. The wonderful Louise Barnes from Black Sails joins us for: Beauty! Joy! And the eternal Yes!
This week on Can I Just Say, we discuss E.M. Forster’s A Room with a View – introspection or the lack thereof, bathing, piano, and fate all wrapped in some of the most beautiful prose. We so enjoyed ourselves! Next episode we discuss the film with actress Louise Barnes.