Lawrence (Bill Nighy) in The Cafe
On a day where my head nearly explodes because so many things are flying around in it, I knew I wouldn’t be able to come up with something decent to write. One could discuss if the stuff I normally tend to write is decent, but let’s not get into that right now.
On days like this, it’s nice to let other people do the writing for me.
Miwian.nl has participated in TGITC on tour project and just written her review of The Girl In The Cafe (in Dutch only) , and I am very pleased to read that she too finds it a fantastic film. It makes my day.
And it compensates for the fact that the other girl, who is supposed to be in Denmark, has been quite silent for a while. I wonder if she ran off again … I don’t want to think about it right now, I like to think that she is on holiday, and will return some day soon, otherwise I will go mad.
OK, about the picture in this post. The man on the picture, he seems familiar, but I can’t remember his name right now. But, this is exactly how The Cafe looks like today. And you can probably imagine the sound of the cash machine, it’s an old fashioned one, with bells and a lot of noise, and it’s beautiful. A high tech one simply would not fit in there. I need to get my act together, and take some good pictures over there one of these days. And – a cup of tea does cost 50 p indeed. The man on the picture might have gotten it for free though. Isn’t he some kind of actor?
The girl is on her way to 0103.org now, and hopefully the other girl shows up soon too, so she can continue her travel in Denmark, before she takes off to a very far destination.
If you want to join the TGITC on tour project (which I know you want, go on admit it, it’s fun!), here is a bit of info, and if you would like to check where the girl is hanging out, well here you go.
Oh, one more thing. People nagging about copyright issues concerning this project – (and I really need to bite my tongue very hard not to go in discussion with people like that) –
bugger off go and do something useful in stead.
Love can’t change
what’s wrong in the world
but it’s a start