Graham of Anywhere

Graham's blog: politics, poetry, and introspection

Hedwig And The Angry Inch

Mike lent me Hedwig And The Angry Inch on DVD. Just watched it. It really is something special. It feels like every last bit of the maker's personalities, stories and dreams have gone into this. It's more than a film. It's a concept all of it's own. Never seen it? Never heard of it? Go research it. That's Grum's advice for the week.
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Lewis Henshall   One of my friends favourite films!
Andrew M. Sims   What do you think about the festival idea? Oh and congratulations on the Ka...! It's apparently one of the only socially acceptable small cars. (or so my ex told me...he championed the cause) Since the man who is Britain's longest titled man bought one... Lord Twisledon-Wiquen-Thymes (The UK's only triple barreled peer)!! Mark seemed to think these things important and so apprised me of the facts.
I know the chap who designed the Ka, he lives in Magor (random village near me) and apparently based the design on a football boot! (just for the record he doesn't drive a Ford, he drives a Chrysler!)
Hey-Ho; all's fair in the persuit of love and war!
With Warmest regards; (and slight randomosity)
Andrew M. Sims
minesadoublemike!   What festival idea do you speak of Mr Sims? :p

I know that a stage version of 'Hedwig and The Angry inch' will be arriving in Edinburgh over summer as part of the Fringe if that's what you're talking about.

The excitement is building already! :p
Grum   Festival idea; see 'Proposal' in Starbucks forum, I think...

Ka.. yep, me loves it :)

Hedwig, actually it's been at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe before.. it said somewhere in the DVD extras anyway! I'll definately go if it's coming back tho! I do love the Edinburgh International Festival! :)