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I have time today, so onto Day 2!

Day 2

In your own space, share a book/song/movie/tv show/fanwork/etc that changed your life. Something that impacted on your consciousness in a way that left its mark on your soul. Leave a comment in this post saying you did it. Include a link to your post if you feel comfortable doing so.

Let's say, there are three works which changed my view of story-telling:
  • Stephen King's It: I loved the way he mixed past and present in the same paragraph, keeping me breathless for the next revelation.
  • Christopher Nolan's Memento: I loved the way, it almost feels like we're the character, as confused as he is. I can't get enough of this movie. I watched it 3 or 4 times, but everytime I think about it, I just want to watch it again.
  • Anne Rice's Queen of the Damned: I should read it again, but at the time, this book hooked from beginning to end. Loved the way she could keep me wanted to know more about the vampires' origins.

Fandom wise, there are two fandoms which I still hold dear (more or less):
  • The manga Gravitation is the first work which really pulled me into fanfiction. This is the first fandom where I avidly read any fanfics, and wrote fanfics. I bought all the mangas, watched all the animes and OAVs, and even read some doujinshis.
  • Supernatural is a fandom I adore and hate. It pulled me further into fannish things, made me discovered awesome people and art, not only in fanfiction. But it also made me pulled out of it. Now, I don't really consider myself in the fandom, even though I still write fanfics about it.

I have this condition!

Date: 2017-01-08 02:35 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] sperrywink
Memento is so fantastic, I agree. Totally groundbreaking for me as to POV and voice in film.

Ah fandom. Love it or hate, it flows from one to the other sometimes.


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