Dark Waters and an Angel

That’s a very important ‘s’ on the end there. I’m not taking about Dark Water, I’m very much talking about Dark Waters.

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A Tuesday full of work nonsense, but parking that, I went off and had a pizza for dinner followed by another trip to see Dark Waters with The Incredible Hulk (aka Mark Ruffalo) – aka the Gruffalo (just me?)

“Parking that” ?? I mean ffs. What sort of bullsh1t talk is that. It’s only a stones throw from there to “let’s unpack this” when talking about understanding the detail of something. And that just makes my blood boil. What arsehole started using that? It’s bloody everywhere now. I even heard it on Radio 4 last week. Ridiculous.

On the way through the middle of the shopping center of Telford, I was also interested to note the Knife Angel.

The National Memorial to Knife Crime Victims

This is a piece of art made from over 100,000 knife blades that have been gathered by all 43 police forces in the UK. It’s a touring piece of art, designed to raise awareness, and educate the dangers and in fact, shear stupidity of knife crime. It’s a beautiful piece….. if a bit… stabby.

Anyway. Where was I?

Ah yes. Dark Waters.

This film is about something that affects you. Unless you’re part of the 1% of the worlds population that doesn’t have a POFA in your bloodstream. It’s 2 hours of a courtroom drama, a David v Goliath, and another piece with a real message attached to it (that’s two in as many weeks).

I don’t want to tell you too much about it, but I do want you to go an watch it. It’s great. Devastating, but great.

That’s it for now. Until next time…

Oh.. wait.. By the way, the Dark Water that I referred to at the beginning is bloody awesome mind you. You should watch that too. But it’s a horror film, and almost as scary as Dark Waters.

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