By Lindsay Lea Swanson Some stories are linear. Chronological. Others, are not. If told well, it shouldn’t matter. And in some cases, stories told without chronology can be more interesting than they would otherwise be.
By Jeffrey Johns Guys. Answer me these three questions: Do you remember the British TV show “Fawlty Towers”? You remember liking it? Do you wish you could watch some of its best moments re-enacted by some look-alikes, like
Once is full of the beautiful musical of Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová. It is the story of two lost souls – each searching for a life raft for different reasons – and how these two come together in a perfectly