Thursday, October 16, 2008

Five Days Before Fifty Years

Hmmmmm. I celebrate the big Five-Oh next Tuesday ,so I'm going to be a bit self-indulgent over the next few days and post stuff about a few personal favourites.

To accentuate the alliteration of "Five Days Before Fifty Years" , I'll begin with a Favourite Film - "Frequency"

It's underated, perhaps because it's a Science Fiction / Thriller crossover that is really a film about family bonds. It can have a certain effect on grown men who lost their father when they were young.....




In this extract, John, a 1990 New York detective, has been called to a crime scene. He's feeling edgy and unhappy because he knows the following day will be the 30th anniversary of his fireman father's death.

Meanwhile in 1960s New York there's a guy who's really puzzled how someone on his ham radio could predict the details of a baseball game....

5 comments:

Kim Ayres said...

I might not be near an internet connection on the 22nd, so I'll say HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! now and hope you have a great day :)

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

Chris Black said...

Thank you very much Kim

(actually it's the 21st...)

Kim Ayres said...

(not about on the 21st either...)

:)

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