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Sometimes we make an overview of the movies we watched.
In my previous post, I already told you that we have ordered new DVD shelves. We have over 2000 DVDs and they just didn't fit in the old shelves anymore. So, we started preparing to move all the DVDs to the new ones. If you want to read all about these preparations: Check out the article about 'Project DVD shelves: Part 1". Today it is time for part 2 because the new DVD shelves have arrived!
As some of you might know: Last year I watched quite some movies of David Lynch in the cinema. I also visited the 'Someone Is In My House' exhibition at the Bonnefantenmuseum in Maastricht. I loved both the exhibition and the movies I watched in Lumiere cinema. This leads me to the short film Nox. A while ago, Liv & I found this short movie in our inbox. Liv watched the movie and when we were working on Conmose, we decided to also watch it together. I loved watching Nox and it instantly reminded me of the David Lynch movies I had seen.
Okay, May hasn't been the best month for me in the amount of movies I watched. The amount is low. Very low. Lower than low. And it's all because of.. movies! Haha. And "Game of Thrones". Blame "Game of Thrones". Yeah. This month we replaced the old DVD shelves by new ones. Because the old ones weren't big enough. Sounds easy? It's not. We had to move over 2000 DVDS, which took quite a few weekends and evenings. Which means: less times for movies. But I did see a few, so let's talk about those!
If you follow us on Instagram, you might have seen the announcements already.... We ordered new DVD shelves!! Let me start with the reason why... We collect DVDs! Lots of DVDs. They were all in shelves up until the point (a bit over a year ago) that it didn't fit anymore. And the wall was too small for more shelves. So what did we do? Nooooooo we didn't stop buying DVDs (why would we do thát??) but we started to pile them up on another closet. Realizing, that we should think of a solution (buy a different house?).
Any fans of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles here? Here's a question for you. Have you ever thought about or wondered how the pitch meeting went down for the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” back in the 80s? If you do, or if this question makes you curious, keep reading! There's a great short film you should watch. let us tell you all about it.