In this month's issue, we are thrilled to bring together essays that touch on themes of love, loss, self-discovery, intrigue, films, food and finding where you're supposed to be.
On Ratatouille, working in the service industry, and defining your own limits.
Before Sunset reveals the sobering knowledge of our 30’s: that special connections happen only a handful of times.
If anything, Charade is a screwball thriller—and surely the best movie that Howard Hawks never made.
The ghosts of film past are everywhere in Paris, I imagine, and I want to hunt them down.
Reality and fantasy meld together, and within this winsome technicolor amalgamation, adult Amélie exists.
Coincidence works a fractured path through Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Blue.
On The Razor's Edge and choosing the city where you belong.
Un vie de chat is set above and below the zinc-covered rooftops of Paris and shown predominantly from the perspective of Dino, a rambunctious black cat.
Casablanca hinges and cracks opens on a quiet montage of two lovers wooing one another in Paris before the story even began.