Verta Mae Smart-Grosvenor tries to tackle the issues of gender, race, and culture, all within the space of the kitchen and context of culinary, in a review of her article “The Kitchen Crisis” by our fellow GDP student Natsuki Noguchi.
This story depicts a life of a young African American boy who is in his second year of high school. After the global pandemic hit, his parents are constantly busy with their night shift at Stevenson Hospital. In this story, we see the dark reality of social inequality in today’s world and how the spread of Covid-19 makes this disaster visible.
Watching Modern Times was like watching a satirical take on the current age we live in. This 1936 Charlie Chaplin film is a must watch for cinefiles and lovers of comedy alike. It’s an old film, but is meant to be viewed in modern times.
For a film was made 20 plus years ago, director Tony Kaye’s American History X remains quite relevant, and brings unique perspectives to old arguments relating race, hate, and redemption.
I Was Born But… was a quintessential coming of age story. A story that has not changed too drastically for generations, but also one that remains meaningful and impactful for all ages.