We are off...yet again.
Now, there is time to breathe (for a day or two)...sort of!
On a different note, if you enjoy the films of Robert Rodríguez and Quentin Taratino (as well as the classic directorial work of Sam Peckinpah with the 1969 film, "The Wild Bunch"), go rent the 2010 Korean film "The Good The Bad The Weird" by director Kim Jee-Woon, IFC Films). While subtitled, that small point will not detract from the film's fun, intrigue, scope, and imagination that may remind you of the nuances captured in "El Mariachi" and the English language follow-up "Desperado" (the film that inroduced Salma Hayek) by Rodríguez or the "Kill Bill" series by Tarantino.
I watched the film this past weekend when I took a break from aaduna work and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. I highly recommend this film for a relaxing time where you can just get caught up in the zaniness of it all. Oh, it is a western set in Manchuria. Go figure!
Have a grand week....