Every time I make a phone call I usually walk around the house while talking. Day 25: Call of Microblogvember. #mbnov

Time for some new-to-me noir with the 1947 film ‎BRUTE FORCE directed by Jules Dassin and starring Burt Lancaster. #Noirvember 🎥

Just before the spike in cases today I was able to provision for my baking by ordering some bread flour. Day 24: Provision of Microblogvember. #mbnov

Time for some Nikkatsu noir for #Noirvember with the 1958 film RUSTY KNIFE directed by Toshio Masuda on The Criterion Channel. 🍿

It great to capture moments in time through taking pictures. Day 23: Capture of Microblogvember. #mbnov

More French film noir tonight with Truffaut’s 1960 film ‎SHOOT THE PIANO PLAYER on The Criterion Channel. 🎥

Watching ‎some French neo-noir tonight with Claire Denis’ 1990 film NO FEAR, NO DIE on The Criterion Channel. 🎥 #Noirvember

I think it will be a while before I cross any border as the pandemic continues. Staying safe and close to home. Day 22: Border of the Microblogvember challenge. #mbnov

Watching ‎KISS ME DEADLY from 1955 directed by Robert Aldrich for my #Noirvember film for today. 🍿

Watching ‎Corneliu Porumboiu’s brilliant and fun neo-noir THE WHISTLERS again for #Noirvember today. 🎥

Baked rotini with cheese for supper.

Baked pasta with cheese on top sitting on metal rack.

It’s going to be a long winter and I’m lucky to live in a place that has good local food, produce, beer, flour, and kind and gentle people around me. Day 21: Winter of Microblogvember. #mbnov

It’s a wonderful moment when the lights fade and a movie starts in a theatre. Day 20: Fade of Microblogvember. #mbnnov

For #Noirvember tonight I’m watching ‎the 1946 version of THE POSTMAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE directed by Tay Garnett. 🍿

Watching ‎THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF DAVID COPPERFIELD directed by Armando Iannucci which is quite delightful. 🎥

In the morning when the sun is shining it feels like anything is possible. Day 19: Possible of Microblogvember. #mbnov

Trees reflected in the roof of my new car.

Trees reflected in roof of car.

Over the last few years of practice I’ve been able to eliminate my dependence on store-bought bread by baking my own which is something I’m quite proud of. Day 18: dependence of Microblogvember. #mbnov

Time for some new-to-me French film noir with Jean Gabin and Alain Delon starring in ‎ANY NUMBER CAN WIN directed by Henri Verneuil and written by Michel Audiard 🎥 #noirvember

Watching ‎the stylish Japanese film noir PALE FLOWER from 1964 directed by Masahiro Shinoda on the Criterion Channel. 🎥 #noirvember

The sound of a train in the distance is reassuring and calming to me. Day 17: Train of Microblogvember. #mbnov

Time for some arty Hungarian noir for #noirvember as I watch the newly-restored 1988 film ‎DAMNATION directed by Béla Tarr on TIFF’s Digital Lightbox.

An early memory I have is of watching the moon landing on TV. Day 16: Memory of Microblogvember. #mbnov

In the new world we are in I rarely travel far from home as I minimize the contact I have with other people. Day 15: Far of Microblogvember. #mbnov

One of the nice discoveries within Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive for me was discovering the concept of spooky action at a distance. Day 14: spooky of #microblogvember.