March | 2008 | Enitharmon\'s Cave
In honour of the esteemed local delicacy of meat and potato pie, mushy peas and gravy, it’s called Pie ‘n’ Mushies. We, on the other hand, started from the top of the Whinlatter Pass and made first for the Kirkstile Inn. Give me S T Coleridge every time if we must have Lake Poets. That felt like a real ramble, if not a true fellwalk, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Oh, and I had hoped to see a red squirrel or two, as this particular area is one of their last redoubts in England, but I didn’t. On t...Not man...
Film Diary: One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest (Miloš Forman, 1975) | Enitharmon\'s Cave
You’d probably not be sectioned for it but you might be laughed out of town. Mind you, if it’s the more laid-back 1975 and you have Kirk Douglas and Son behind it, the project had a fair chance. It turned out to be not just a blockbuster but one one of the defining films of its time. The two leads play it to perfection. Jack Nicholson has been playing Randall McMurphy all his career, but the real. Was this the last of the truly great Hollywood films? Posted by Rosalind Mitchell. Miloš Forman, 1975)”.