This week was all about my wife's birthday, so not been a lot of time for much else, other than trying to get the garden ready for spring time.
A lockdown birthday does mean some time on the sofa enjoying some films though. Which means we packed in the new Netflix documentary Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell, which was a bit of a disappointment. Somehow they managed to make an iconic, fascinating character a bit dull.
Then we moved on to Sound of Metal with Riz Ahmed, which was utterly mesmerising and has stayed with me since the closing credits. This films needs to win all the Oscars.
Lastly we watched A Promising Young Woman. I haven't quite made my mind up about this one yet. Obviously Carey Mulligan is incredible, but there are elements of the plot which feel like missteps. Definitely worth a watch though.
In between all the films I picked up the new Stephen King 'crime' book, Later. Will report back once it's done (probably by end of today).
A dose of nostalgia for this week's music. 1997 in three and a half minutes, as told by the amazing The Hood Internet: