The show is a necessary skewering of how easy it can be for an earnest Christian community to be infiltrated by something monstrous.
Laura graduated from Calvin in 2015 with a degree in art and writing. She lives in Toronto, Ontario, with her husband Josh and dog Rainy. She works as an IT support analyst and enjoys painting, rock climbing, and exploring the city.
The French Dispatch has such a high concentration of Wes Anderson per Wes Anderson that it should be considered legally toxic in the state of California.
Even though I haven’t yet tried poutine and don’t really know where Manitoba is, I’ve observed enough fun quirks about Canada and Toronto to share.
Pull those covers all the way over to your side at night. What doesn’t kill him makes him stronger.
If the title is in a sans-serif font with one word per line on the front cover, you know it must be good.
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