Tag Archives: New York

Review: Woody Allen: A Documentary & Marley

According to Carl Jung, neurotics are well-adjusted people preoccupied with the meaning of their existence. The popular manifestations of the characters inhabited by filmmaker Woody Allen and late reggae musician Bob Marley no doubt occupy polar ends of the neurotic spectrum. Allen – “I’m not afraid of death, I just …

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Occupy Wall Street

The stereotype may exist for some that Canada is merely a poor-man’s America, so when a Vancouver-based activist magazine raised the idea of protesting against corporate influence on democracy, not many took note.  Drawing inspiration from the Arab Spring movements of 2011, the anti-consumerist publication Adbusters called for a peaceful …

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