mai 2014

La politique du scoop !

Avec #BulletTime (le podcast Cinéma créé par @Mr_Nimp & @thomas_app) On parle de cinéma comme d’autres parlent de foot…

Et bien, Comicbuster vous propose de visiter les vestiaires…

C’est le #ComicbusterFeatBulletTime !

 

Quand

@thomas_app & @Mr_Nimp revisitent le film de Alan J. Pakula en se prenant pour de vrais journalistes…

 

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A journey in Kerala [PART 3]

India is my grandfather native land, and even if I don’t have family there anymore, I had the chance to discover a part of it named Kerala.

Photo29_29AIt’s time to jump back in the Netravati Express heading to Mumbai. After those two weeks travelling around it felt good going back to something I knew. It may sound weird but it feels good to be somewhere you already been to, now you know how everything works and you can start enjoying a small part of how daily life looks like.

Photo11_11ABeing in this big city was very different from the first days. At first everything seems loud, busy, crowded, and somehow violent. But then, because I’ve been to smaller and a bit wilder places , I started to know why I also like cities : because you’re not alone, and better, nobody notices you (hard for a tourist in India I know, but you see what I meant).

Photo26_26ACountryside of Kerala was amazing, and I loved the places I’ve been to. But Mumbai was a way to understand what changes were going on in India and most of all : the gap between modern and traditionnal life.

Photo12_12I’m not going to lie, it’s easy for me to enjoy this country because I can come back to France anytime. This trip was rough to me, because I learnt a lot about what I’m made of, and where I come from. This is not India, this isn’t Vietnam: this is « not just » France actually. I never thought it would be that obvious to me.

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A journey in Kerala [PART 2]

As you already know I traveled through Kerala a few months ago.

After our first week, we stayed in Kumily 3 days (which is the longest we’ve done after Mumbai).

The time for us to visit the Peryar National Park, and the occasion for me to try my second roll of Kodak Aerochrome (I loaded the first one in the tea fields in Munnar but the film got stuck in the camera, and it scewed it up). Kodak Aerochrome is an infrared colour film you shoot through an orange filter and everypart of trees, grass gets amazing by turning RED. It’s a film you can’t find anymore, or maybe on ebay, and it costs a lot.

After my fail with the first roll, I’ve been super careful with the second one, but…

At the lab I use to go to, they got it wrong, and used the wrong chemistry… But I have one or two pictures to show you.

Photo15_15After 3 days in Kumily, we went to Fort Kochi by bus again, and here we are in this little peninsula. Everything is busy around the station in Kochi (Ernakulam Junction), but once we got in Fort Kochi, everything looks like countryside.

Photo02_2Quiet streets, beautiful portugese architecture, we walked on the bay, near Mahatma Gandhi Beach, as fishermen started working at 7am.

Photo07_7This was our last days before going back to Mumbai.


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Suspects as usual…

Avec #BulletTime (le podcast Cinéma créé par @Mr_Nimp & @thomas_app) On parle de cinéma comme d’autres parlent de foot…

Et bien, Comicbuster vous propose de visiter les vestiaires…

C’est le #ComicbusterFeatBulletTime !

 

Quand

@thomas_app & @Mr_Nimp revisitent le film mythique de Brian Singer pour parler politique, c’est forcément suspect…

 

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