Benjamin Baruch Woody I have often heard the phrase "Truth is stranger than Fiction." I have never found this to be true. The world is a truly fascinating, ever shifting, and diverse place, but it isn't nearly as strange as a desert world with huge sandworms that a messiah figure rides into battle. Fiction can … Continue reading Documentaries: Truly Stranger Than Fiction?
The most famous work of Scandinavian Noir is Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Of course the artistic genre we now call Noir was not called such in Shakespeare's day, but Hamlet shares many Noir characteristics. I, personally, enjoy Wikipedia's definition of Scandinavian Noir: "a genre of crime fiction written from a police point of view. The language is plain … Continue reading Scandinavian Noir: Bleakness and Joy