I was in the U.S. Embassy applying for a new passport for Lyovka the other day. If you’ve been in Moscow long enough, you’re struck by how efficient and friendly the staff at the U.S. Embassy tend to be (on a sidenote: when my Russian husband and I were getting our paperwork approved at theContinue reading “Look homeward”
* – I mostly just threw in that last bit for the hysterical Google search terms that will show up in my stats. Maybe. I have no idea who Lisa Taddeo is, first of all. The fact that I’m even blogging about her just shows you how derivative the Internet is. A friend sends aContinue reading “Lisa Taddeo, cheating, power and sexy ladies!*”
Elderly woman gets in at Teatralnaya, on the green line. Hair in an elaborate, bouffant hairdo, covered with a black and white polka dot scarf. Loose zebra-print walking coat. Skinny blue jeans. Black patent leather ballet flats. What I like about this relatively mild period in autumn is that such gorgeousness isn’t hidden under bulkyContinue reading “Random style note from the Moscow metro”
This is one of those movies that has seriously reminded me of my age. Not necessarily in a bad way. I suppose it’s natural for Alexey to shoot a film that’s mostly about kids – now that we have our own kid. And I’m glad I’ve been involved in this project from the start. BeingContinue reading “Another still from “Katya, Vitya, Dima””
Different strokes, I guess… …Yeah, I’m secretly 12 years old.