I'm a fully fledged movie fan as most of the millenial generation is, I guess. There is something to be said about the power of cinema. I can guarantee a few things about myself: There's nothing more magical to me than untouched snow, I will find a reason to eat a box of doughnuts (yes, I said box) and a film about New York or Los Angeles will have me grabbing my passport faster than you can say, JFK Airport.
While I wait for my latest assignment grade, I decided to take a week of TLC, before heading back into the trenches of deadlines. I once again watched Brooklyn and Cafe Society this week. Like any Woody Allen movie I was swept up in the beauty of an ordinary person living an extroadinary life. The golden age of Hollywood is as glamorous as it comes. So yes, while I watched the pool scenes and awed over Blake Lively's wardrobe, I wondered where I would live in LA...i'm hoping for a loft in West Hollywood.
Tonight, I headed to the West Coast for one of my favourites, Brooklyn. I completely connected with the sense of starting again in a new place and Brooklyn has always had a special place in my heart. As a teenager, I was infatuated with Miranda and Steve's Brooklyn townhouse and $3 pizza dates. I still picture myself living jn a brooklyn brownstone, popping into Manhattan for shopping nights. What can u say, Gossip Girl, SATC, Lena Dunham's Girls and Lana del Rey's song Brooklyn Baby had a big effect on me.
I have no idea where i'll end up but i'm sure i'll have some exciting stories along the way.