“Just as T. S. Eliot described, ‘this is the dead land, this is the cactus land’, and I’d like to leave now please.”
Processing mortality is a daunting task—but it is important that we learn to digest its impact and grow more comfortable with it as a natural part of life. As this is easier said than done, consuming different forms of media that focus on death and dying is arguably one way of beginning to acquaint ourselves with these eventualities.
Amongst the anxiety of the coronavirus pandemic, familiarity has returned: MasterChef is back for its twelfth season.
On BoJack Horseman and it’s productive discussion of Hollywood’s love for ‘bad men’, real and fictional.