A certain lady who shall remain nameless who hated the first part in 2013 and dubbed it “the worst, self-indulgent feminist rubbish she’d ever seen” now wants to watch the new one, presumably so she can label it “the worst, self-indulgent feminist rubbish she’s ever seen”.
Now a troubled teen (played by Campion’s daughter Alice Englert), she was rebelling against her adoptive parents in this first episode and worryingly in thrall to her much older boyfriend Puss (Swedish actor David Dencik) – a sleazy academic (or was he?) with links to a brothel where a young sex worker had disappeared.
All I can say is that if you call that entertainment, then you’re sick, you’ve succumbed..… More here ...
On the southwestern edge of Lake Titicaca, Peru, there is an ancient 23-foot doorway known as the Aramu Muru. Local natives call it the “Puerta de hayu Marca,” the gateway to the lands of the gods and immortal life. Throughout their history, the natives have described people disappearing and appearing at this doorway.