An impromptu goodbye party for Professor John Oldman becomes a mysterious interrogation after the retiring scholar reveals to his colleagues he is an immortal who has walked the earth for 14,000 years.
I'm not posting this with the intent of writing a review of this film, but more as a simple recommendation. It is a great demonstration of what clever science fiction can be without the cover of special effects. This film is essentially a group
Not too long ago I worked as a TA for a school here in Bangkok. It was a fairly simple job. The pay was decent, but it was (to me anyway) about as enjoyable as getting kicked in the balls by an elephant. However, there were some moments of joy. Glimmers of hilarity. Entirely unintentional and completely at the expense of the students. Here's one such moment.
There wasn't much to do as a TA. Keep kids working, seated, quiet and mark papers. While grading a batch of science
Narita International Airport is, as most airports are, chilly. Well, this is just the feeling I'm getting. It's night and there's a hard rain just then. Having just flown in from Bangkok I can say that I don't mind the respite from the heat of the previous weeks. I was born in Januray, during a particularly cold winter and I've never liked the summer weather. I hunch down a bit in my seat at the gate as I wait for boarding to begin. I've already done my perfunctory walk around the terminal