Hi guys, how are you?
I'm bored and listless. Bored because, once again, the harsher restrictions are put in place since my region registered its peak contagion data since the beginning of this pandemic. I wish I wouldn't hear the word "virus" for the next decade, at least. But it is what it is and apparently there's another uglier variant of it (South-American?) because life is suffering.¯\_(ツ)_/¯
In other Italian news: the political situation is getting more chaotic, as largely anticipated, because while the executive did find the numbers at the Senate last week, this week there will be the vote on the report of the Minister of Justice and - once again - they don't have the absolute majority and the government could go under :)))) At this point the solution is creating another majority but how? By changing all the executive members or just by incorporating senators who will change side?
The joys of never knowing what the fuck will happen to your country :))) Especially now that we are in the middle of a pandemic and tons of money are going to arrive from EU, it's nice to know that clowns still have to perform their little circus.
Anyway, what are you watching these days?
I'm following Wandavision
because Wanda/Vision is a lowkey very cute OTP. I don't see a lot of material about them (Also because the majority involves the comics and I haven't read those, sorry. I wouldn't understand a thing), and while I don't really like the age gap between the actors - why the woman has always to be so much younger???
- they are super-cute together and sometimes one needs a romance between a supernatural robot and an avenger-witch :D
I've also seen the episodes of the BBC drama: The Serpent
, and I loved it but WHAT THE F!!!!!
It's based on a true story, of which I did know nothing about, of a serial-killer who was active in the 70s and killed all the young men and women who were traveling in Nepal/Thailandia/India. It was really scary to see how he gained their trust and basically manipulated them in order to get their money/passports. They were sometimes very naive - 70s hippie culture - and too trusting, yeah, but they were also so very young and their deaths were terrifying. And all this really happened.
I did love the series though: the actors were great, the scenarios and dialogues etc ... very interesting. Jenna Coleman (from DW) plays the killer's partner in crime, she looks AMAZING
in those seventies outfits.
Fashion-wise that decade was truly delivering. Nice stuff. 👌
Let me know if you saw these shows and what you think. Have a good evening!