KF getting a professional production together to interview students and staff about politics and the media
MEST 1 – Get Revising
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Harvard Reference Generator(s)
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The above websites should help you make sure your bibliographies are written in the correct referencing style, required by the exam board.
Finally got around to seeing this.
Atmospheric, beautiful, exhausting, bleak.
Director: Alejandro González Iñárritu
Leonardo DiCaprio completely immerses himself fully in the role (and in the belly of a horse *spoiler?*) in order to make the audience feel as hopeless and exhausted as he does, at points some of the expressions we see through some close-ups are quite disturbing . Not that i’m complaining; the film may lack some emotional character development and seems to half-bake a back story that we never quite get to understanding fully, but you can’t help but really feel like you are there, shivering and trudging your way through the wilderness. Tom Hardy continues to play a bad-guy well, although at times, he also continues to be borderline inaudible (See: Bane).