I just read about this, and I’m not sure what to think. When I was watching, I did wonder about two of the passages, specifically how the documentarians got them. They were indeed Bourdain’s written words, and if someone else had read them or if they’d just been left on a screen, they would still have been subject to… Read more
Only The Simpsons. Thanks for sharing this.
It does not. In my opinion (though others disagree) Argento is presented in the film as an object of Bourdain’s obsession at a time when his mental health was declining, not a subject who actively destroyed his life. So it doesn’t go beyond the scope of her life outside Bourdain’s relationship with her.
He did not fling candy at me, unfortunately, and he was wearing a mask because COVID. But that was his approximate age and physique.
Tiny beans... with household objects for scale
Wow, you’re right. They really missed out on a decorating opportunity there.
They presented an image of wealth and aspirational-ness that is fun to hate.
Yes! Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. And thank you!
Thank you for pointing that out. I thought it was probably wrong when I was in a paranoid insomniac state last night, but I was too tired to get up and check to make sure.
They’re patrolling the door. No wheeled suitcases are allowed, and only one bag per person!
You just gave me another reason to go to Japan!
Oh, you’re totally right. Hospital coffee was a definite omission. And thanks for the kind words!
It really is remarkable.
We didn’t have the rights to use the photos of the house, unfortunately, so you’ll have to click through on your own.
This is the best news I’ve had all week! Thank you!
Fay in a general sense, but in a very particular sense, like actually getting the Nazis out of the apartment, credit goes to the neighbors, at least according to this source: https://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/books/98/05/03/specials/stein-salon.html
I love the old recordings, too. It’s fun to put a voice with the face.