Howl’s Moving Castle

“In the land of Ingary, where such things as seven-league boots and cloaks of invisibility really exist, it is quite a misfortune to be born the eldest of three. Everyone knows you are the one who will fail first, and worst, if the three of you set out to seek your fortunes. Sophie Hatter was […]

Orphan Black

It’s been a couple of months since this amazing series ended and I am still missing it. Orphan Black is one of those series that you haven’t heard of (at least in my country) but you should watch. I wrote my Spanish post while I was waiting for its 5th and last season and now […]

Full Frontal Feminism

Hi there! Sorry it’s been so long since we stopped here. Summer’s been busy :-P, though this is not today’s topic. Anyways, even with my busy schedule I have been reading a lot these past months, so I just wanted to review one of those books (surprised?). In the book challenge we proposed in January […]

The Name of the Wind

It’s been a couple of weeks since I decided I wanted to write a post about this book. I know right now books about fantasy and medieval/magic fights/wars are in trend thanks to ‘Game of Thrones’ and I heard people comparing these two sagas but in my opinion they are not so similar. I’m not […]

PHotoEspaña 2016

Last Wednesday, June 1st, PHotoEspaña 2016 started, even though some of the exhibitions that are part of the festival have later opening dates. For photography lovers (amongst I’m included), this is one of the most expected moments of the year.

The Ministry of Time

Hey guys! It’s been too long since my last post, I know… Sometimes life gets really busy or you don’t get cool ideas to write about. Buuut I think (or more like hope) that that time has ended and I can come back to Komorebi without delay.  And after my speech (a cool one if […]

Han Gong-ju

“Han Gong-ju” is the name of a south korean movie released in the UK by Third Window Films (sorry, I didn’t find out if it is out in the States). I quite like Asian movies and, though I haven’t watched classics like “Seven Samurai” directed by Akira Kurosawa. Every time I find an asian movie that addresses a […]