Submarine

by Joseph A. Hazani January 28, 2013

A witty challenge to the coming-of-age genre, Submarine seeks to create an adolescent world that influences the real world. This is to say the protagonist is given the illusion that he has the ability to change the course of his family‚Äôs history.   His tactics are harmless espionage conducted routinely in his life. He is well-adjusted yet eccentric. He approaches love in a....

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A Matter of Taste

by Joseph A. Hazani January 24, 2013

Like Eat This New York, A Man of Taste concentrates itself on the New York food scene. But unlike the former film, the latter shifts its lens on the theatre of the food itself, versus the construction of the stage.   Paul Liebrandt is the chef in particular. The film follows a 6 year arc of his attempt to lead a restaurant using his avant-garde cuisine. His creativity was very warmly....

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The Constant Gardner

by Joseph A. Hazani January 15, 2013

  Hollywood has a fetish for vilifying capitalism. Albeit an adaptation, The Constant Gardner nevertheless relishes the obtuse phantasmagoria world of profit as shame.   Paralleling conspiracy theorists which interject the notion that pharmaceutical companies have incentive to disease people to sustain their profits versus heal, as if their research and development....

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My Written Works

On the Struggling Artist: An Essay

A philosophical....

On the Christian Business Ethic: An Essay

Analysis of the role that Christian morality has played in the development of commerce and....

On the Necessity of Color in the Fine Arts: An essay

A philosophical exploration of color and its use in Renaissance, abstract and modern fine....

Towards an Understanding of Jesus Christ: An Essay

Nietzsche had incredible disdain for Christianity being "Judaized Rome", of the slave morality of Judaism creeping up and....