Tag Archives: Poland

A stunning and extraordinary film

JB and I saw a remarkable movie this afternoon, Ida, directed by Pawel Pawlikowski. It’s a story about a young novitiate, Anna, who is told by her Mother Superior that she must visit her only living relative, an Aunt in … Continue reading

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“A Small Glass of Orange Juice” by Ron Padgett

A Small Glass of Orange Juice on a white tablecloth with light blue legs below in a hotel restaurant in a small town in Poland in 1936 is being contemplated by a man whose homburg is tilted at an angle … Continue reading

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