Make It Seem Intentional

To create something out of nothing, we sometimes have to make our mistakes seem intentional.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 3 days ago

Happiness, Loneliness, and Nature

Into the Wild makes us question the very essence of happiness and whether it is something that can be attained by ourselves.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 12 days ago
Another Dylan

Bob Dylan might not be a prophet, but he sure knows a thing or two about living a good life. Rolling Thunder Revue is a testimony to his greatness.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 18 days ago
Images, Memory, and War

La Jetee is a short film, but it condenses a lot of topics, mostly revolving around images, memory, and war.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 25 days ago
I’m No Longer Here

There is a certain something to dancing that words cannot explain. To many, it is a way to stay alive.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted about 1 month ago
An Emotional History of the Modern World

The world is a complex place. Nonetheless, Can't Get You Out of My Head tries to make sense of it by looking at the emotions that govern us.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted about 1 month ago
The Sect

What is it about false prophets that lures us into believing every word they say? One of my worst fears is being part of a sect and not even knowing it.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted about 2 months ago
The Tale

Watching a movie about sexual abuse is not easy.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted about 2 months ago
A Playbook for Evil

Is there such a thing as a playbook for becoming a tyrant? Whether this is possible or not, the idea of such a playbook is, in itself, fascinating.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 2 months ago
Madness, Normality, and Society

Society has a long history of suppressing anything that falls too far away from normality. Man Facing Southeast is the story of an alien who is nothing but normal.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 2 months ago
The Illusion of Free Will

Swallow reminds us that free will is a prison we build for ourselves, but one from which we are able to escape.

Ricardo Lapeira
by Ricardo Lapeira
posted 2 months ago
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