I had no clue why I was crying my heart out during watching the movie, Me before you in the cinema. Maybe you think it was just an ’Oh-that-is-so-cute’-type of cry, but NO! Neither a ’poor-supercute-hyperrich-megasuccessful-guy-what-a-shame-that-he-has-to-live-his-life-in-a-wheelchair-after-a-motorcycle-accident’-type of cry. I felt the pain in my chest, weeping as I would have lost somebody too. The sobbing held me tightly till the end of the movie and as they turned on the lights I ran out of the room like an ostrich, my head on my chest to remove the remains of the cried-down makeup, before somebody would think that I compete for the role of Joker at the audition of the new Batman movie. Continue reading
The bar is still quiet. Although most of the people are still impatiently waiting in the office for the clock to strike the end of work, couple people have already decided to shorten their working hours. It is just another usual Friday evening. Holding beer or a glass of wine in their hands they are chatting by the counter or the luckier – who could grab a seat – are resting their feet in high heels and discussing how they spent their working day in the office.I am quietly observing them. Continue reading
Az Oxford Circus környéke és a Regent Street hömpölygő embertömeggé változott. Lépésben lehet csak haladni és komoly erőfeszítésbe kerül minden lépés. Olyan, mintha az emberek téli álmukból ébredtek volna és egyszerre tódultak volna ki az utcára. De mi hozta őket ki az otthonaikból? Ez még nem lehet a tavasz. Áh! Az még messze van. Hisz a 2014-es esztendő csak most mond búcsút. De akkor miért ez a nagy hűhó, tolongás, lökdösődés?