The unbearable lightness of dating
Here, I'll note that heated literary disagreements can actually help to build a healthy and intellectually stimulating relationship.
Or, it can devolve into resentment, condescension, and spirited book-burning.
As a result, it invites a different kind of discussion, one in which the blunt tools of identity politics, so often wielded in conversations about culture these days, have no place.
That’s because isn’t a poorly made show; it’s a poorly made moral decision, a decision to remain at the still point of the turning world and retreat into a world that’s hardly larger than a Brooklyn neighborhood where no one has any sense of agency or urgency or dignity or grace., her largely autobiographical mumblecore film about being a recent college graduate loafing about in her mother’s Tri Be Ca loft and searching not so much for something to do as for someone to become, Dunham was celebrated, from the very first, as a bard of her time, a designation with which she seems largely comfortable.
When I first watched The Unbearable Lightness of Being, I was dating a poet who had read and loved the book.The two are both vastly similar and vastly different.As an adaptation, it succeeds in transcribing the events of the novel, but does not do as well in successfully demonstrating its points.As a necessary subtext, this occurs at the same time as the occupation of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union."Books": it's the most dangerous section of a young lover's Facebook profile.