A ‘Stranger’ At the Library

When a book gets adapted, I look the title up at the Winnipeg Public Library site to see if it's available or its current status. If the book title involves Richard Armitage, double or triple that curiosity. I took a peek at Heads You Win by Jeffrey Archer, a sliding-doors-esque novel with 37 copies and … Continue reading A ‘Stranger’ At the Library

When Something Turns So Many Cranks

What project does he want to shout from the rooftops? I thought as I read Richard Armitage's Christmas message about a project he couldn't mention yet. Inevitably, come fangirls will sigh it will fall short of some standard they set for him. There are some Armitage projects I don't own like Pilgrimage (note to self: … Continue reading When Something Turns So Many Cranks

Throw Back Tuesday: Far From the Madding Crowd (1967 Version)

I originally saw this film as part of Silver Screenings 1967 Blog-a-thon in June.  The site asks contributors to see a film made in 1967, considered a break out year in film making, and write about it.   The angle can come from anywhere from historical context, director, actor, or cinematography.  I looked for a … Continue reading Throw Back Tuesday: Far From the Madding Crowd (1967 Version)