This weekend was absolutely beautiful and relaxing. I spent with lovely people doing things I love. We explored new brunch spots, went to a relaxing yoga class, had awesome food, walked into random festivals and watched a movie.
I spent all of Sunday with my sister – she took me out on a dimsum brunch so I decided to take her to the movies :) My sister tried to make me watch Resident Evil 5 but I convinced her that I wouldn’t enjoy it since I haven’t seen any of the Resident Evil movies (1,2,3 or 4). So we decided to watch Samara, which both of us were patiently waiting for anyway.
Being it a lovely Sunday afternoon (beautiful weather) and an awkward hour (1:30pm), the theater was empty! With barely anyone around us, it was so much easier to just focus on the film without any distractions.
Samsara really took me on a journey – the scenes not only took me on a travel around the world, it took me on a life journey and an emotional roller coaster. I cried, laughed, cringed and most of all stared at the screen being mesmerized at the beautiful shots. There were definitely particular scenes that linger with me the most but all of the scenes were perfectly filmed and tied to the music to make sure the audience felt the emotions the they intended to create.
I really don’t think I can describe this in words so if you get a chance, make sure to check it out!