Maximilian Werner a writing professor from the Univeristy of Utah and Jeff from iscifi.tv spoke about the work on Black River Dreams, living in Utah’s unique writing style.
Black River Dreams won the 2008 Utah Arts Council’s Original Writing Award for Nonfiction in the Book category.
Max will be at The Kingsenglish Bookshop in salt lake city, for a book reading, and discussion on Thursday Febuary 4th .
In Bruges Movie review:
Starting Colin Farrell (Ray), Brendan Gleeson (Ken), Ralph Fiennes (Harry)
Bruges a quiet little town in Belgium gets a visit from two hired hit men, to cool off and take a holiday. Only to find out that ther are on the ‘job’ and the job being that Ray is the mark and Ken to carry out the job as directed by their boss Harry.
Although this movie is slated as a comedy and you get some of that from the previews. This movie is DARK and depression with some comedy elements thrown in. A barrage of F*bombs, sarcasm and British does not make up for the message behind this movie. Don’t go to Bruges for holiday, you are just going to get bumped off by your partner (Ken) or your boss.
Bruges looks like a beautiful town and Harry refers to the town as something out of a dream, or a fairy-tale, when he is just wanting to kill Ray for a mistake on his first job.
In Bruges gets 1.5 stars and is rated R: for violence , language, gore, nudity, drug use.