A few nights ago while I was in the middle of an eternal dilemma about what to do:
- Read the last Millenium Trilogy book by Stieg Larsson
- Drink a fresh beer en plein air
- Tide up the home
- Hang out with friends
I decide to do nothing of the sort and instead I started watching a wonderful stop-motion movie: Mary and Max by Australian film maker Adam Elliot.
Based on a true story the movie tells us about Mary Dinkle, a little girl, 8 years, 3 months and 9 days old (as the story begins), living in Mount Waverly, Australia, and Max Horowitz, 44 year-old jew who overcomes insomnia by eating chocolate hot dogs. Read more