First up was the commencement of belly dancing for the year. It was fun! We learnt how to twirl sticks.
This is what I wore:
Baby Animals the previous night.
I modified my outfit slightly to do belly dancing. Gym clothes are not included in the remix challenge. Unless all you have are gym clothes??
Grill'd - the best burgers in the world.
My friend and I ventured from our regular burger choices (her's - sweet chilli chicken, mine are bird n brie or baa baa burger). I had caesar, which I thought was a bit salty.
Jentopia and her husband and friend happened to be at Grill'd too - we gatecrashed their table!
I got snacks for the cinema:
My friend and I saw Black Swan at the cinema. We were hesitant because some people said they loved it, and others hated it.
Hmmmm is all I can say. It was a film with so many genres. Perhaps a pyscho-sexual lesbian ballet thriller coupled with themes of mental illness and a controlling, fallen star mother? My friend and I were underwhelmed, though.
If you haven't seen the film, this is a spoiler alert.
Beautiful costumes. Good acting. Very sexy. Nina, played by Natalie Portman, really became her character of the Swan Queen. Both mentally and physically. I loved how her skin turned into poultry flesh.
The violence and self harm was so graphic I covered my eyes, asking my friend to tell me when the scenes were over. Some of these scenes seemed to be over the top and a little out of place.
My thoughts were that Mila Kunis' character Lily didn't really exist and she was the figurative embodiment of Nina's mental illness - Nina was sexually suppressive so being with Lily helped her overcome this issue and live out her fantasy. I think that when Nina killed Lily, she really killed the thoughts in her own head so she could give the role of the Swan Queen her best. And when Nina killed herself, she did so because she had reached perfection in her dance career, and frankly, that's all she had in life.
Jenna, I went to a stage show at Gasworks Park.
Grease 2 Live in concert is playing until 19 February as part of the Midsumma festival. It is based on the 1981 movie which I've never seen.
What a fun filled Saturday!
*Just googled the lyrics to Clap Your Hands, and 'Get out and wiggle it' is actually 'Get out of misery'! Hahaha! I like what I sing better, so the title stays!