- Archikulture Digest
- October 19, 2019
Sleeping your way to the top is one thing, but killing your way up there works a just as well.
The poverty-stricken Bennett clan struggles to marry off their daughters in hopes of getting a retirement income.
The idle rich fuss and feud as WW1 builds up a head of steam.
Second time may be lucky, but not without some serious drama along the way.
Marriage is tough, especially when there are no eligible members of the opposite sex.
A midlife crisis attacks the otherwise idyllic marriage of Annie and Steve.
A classic study of women’s rights in 1870’s Denmark when the woman was still chattel.
Five women form a close friendship in an elite eastern college during the heady days of the feminist revolution.
Marriage (Deer Bear Wolf). Review by James Mann.
Alex Robinson returns to form in a new slice-of-life graphic novel that chronicles the difficulty a trio of friends have in maintaining their connections as they age and life gets in the way. Joe Frietze gives it a shot.
Cave Days & Moments/Bitches is Lord (Marriage). Review by Aaron Shaul.
The Lights Went Up (Scenery). Review by Aaron Shaul.
The River (Marriage). Review by Aaron Shaul.
It’s love — Bollywood style — in director Mira Nair’s new film, Monsoon Wedding. Carl F. Gauze tries to catch the garter.
Gail Worley talks with the (extremely!) lovely and talented Cristina Martinez about juggling family responsibilities and rock and roll, why getting dumped by a major was a good thing, and what it’s like to have Jon Spencer as both a husband and a bandmate.