Posts Tagged ‘Kevin Spacey’

House of Cards

Posted on March 22nd, 2014 by Joseph A. Hazani

  House of Cards attempts to portray the contemporary political landscape that situates money and power against one another, and as mediators, vain politicians. And to call these players on the Washington theatrical stage vain is misleading – pathological is a more appropriate word. At the juncture of the decline of preserving the inherited institution […]


Posted on May 16th, 2013 by Joseph A. Hazani

Everyone has problems. Coping is a symptom of the human condition then. And how one copes is as unique as the individual.   In the case of the Shrink that occupies the title of the film, that coping is copious amounts of marijuana. It is a near constant stream of inhaling marijuana cigarettes, in between […]