Against a cool white background, drops of blood slowly fall through the films opening credits. Or so it seems—until the camera pulls back to reveal that the bright red trickle is, in fact, raspberry coulis being drizzled over a breast of duck. With that delicate sleight of hand begins American Psycho, a dark comedy of manners and murder based on the notorious 1991 novel by American Bret Easton Ellis.By Brian D. Johnson9 min
The modern CEO’s worst nightmare lives alone in a small apartment in a low-rise complex on a tidy street in Victoria. He is courteous, offering a visitor the best chair in the house—the office-style one with the cracked seat in front of the computer—perching himself on the only other support the place provides, a stool.By Chris Wood8 min
Oklahoma City came into life in the wild and woolly days of tent cities and wildcat wells, it staggered in the desolation of the Dust Bowl, and is now a bustling urban centre where shopping, restaurants and cultural events thrive under city lights.
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