Mon voyage pour voir Harriet en France , Septembre 2010

Beaucoup de fromage! Mont-Blanc au coucher du soleil. Nager dans le lac d’Annecy. Dieux grils à raclette avec fromage et steak haché (et de la salade , bien sûr!). George le chat gris. Moules-frites safranées avec Noixettes St.Jacques. Belle étoile et couchers de soleil , mais pas des étoiles filantes. Un croque-monsieur chic. Faire du feu! La cueillette des prunes et des combats hors guêpes! Café et Gauloises. Poupées peur. Une toilette style de sauna, avec intégré TV! Une soirée à La Cave pour un plateau de fromage et charcuterie…et sexy hommes gallique 😉 Le Melet (frais du lac!) avec frites. Hat me forçant à écouter sa musique 😉 Un voyage au supermarché – j’aime épicerie étrangers!. Un macaron grand et un biscuit florentin grand – c’est délicieux! Des vacances très relaxantes – merci beaucoup Hat xxx

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La bande-son:

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The Human Centipede @DukeofYorks – for Bored of Brighton

Today’s idea – The Human Centipede  @DukeofYorks

The Human Centipede

“I don’t rate his bedside manner.”The Duke of York’s cinema, a leading independent cinema, is to me, one of the venues that makes Brighton so unique. A Grade II listed building, no-one can miss the iconic black and white stocking’d legs on the roof! The Duke’s, as commonly referred to, hosts special late-night viewings of cult films – previous shows have included the Grindhouse double bill by Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino, and the Lord Of The Rings trilogy (though I don’t think I would’ve survived that epic event!). There’s something really special about being part of a midnight gathering, all with a shared love of the big screen.

The Human Centipede, a horror/comedy written and directed by Tom Six, is already a global cult phenomenon. The film tells the story of a German doctor who kidnaps three tourists and joins them surgically together to form a ‘human centipede’ – you get the picture. The concept of the film arose from a joke between Tom and his friends one, I can only assume, drunken night. The Human Centipede has received mixed reviews, but has received some high accolades such as Best Picture at Fantastic Fest, Austin TX and Best Movie at Screamfest LA.

Personally, I can’t wait for ‘The Human Centipede (Full Sequence)’, which is set to be released in 2011. Surely there will also be a third, it’s only right?

Time:11:30pm
Location: Duke of York’s
Tickets: £6.50 / £5.50 concessions
More information: Duke of York’s

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