The story itself is subtle yet substantial; it doesn't have a great message, but rather a pensive underlining. It's what you can call a social thriller and that's all I have to say about the subject. GO SEE the movie.
As for today, I really enjoyed it; I spent the whole day by myself and it was truly fulfilling:
- I enforced one of the decisions I have made over the eid vacation and now I am relieved.
- I came to the conclusion that I am headed in a right direction, whether it's THE right direction doesn't matter at the moment.
- My new motto "Enjoy life and Do your best"
- I did some overdue shopping and I discovered that if you listen to your MP3 while shopping, store assistants will leave you alone. One of them thought I was a foreigner, but I think it's because of the tan.
- I bought a new novel that is very interesting and more of women literature, but on the fictional side. I've read a big portion of it while sipping a frappe. Heaven!!
- Starbucks is officially ruined for me, because my sister who convinced me a couple of months ago that I shouldn't buy from it because it supports Israeli colonies, has started to be a fan of the cafe. The point is once I enforce sth and be convinced of it, I can't go against it. So, even though I miss their mocha frappecino (and today I could have totally bought it), I can't buy it, because me and none other than me. I hate me.
- I overheard a couple of teeange conversation and had good laughs.
- I overheard a couple of grownup conversation and had good laughs.