Hannah Quinque

Blog posts by Hannah Quinque:

Hate Country Music … Why?
Con­fes­sion time: I like coun­try music. And no, I’m not being face­tious. And no, not just the alter­na­tive kind. Gimme a steel gui­tar, a ban­jo, and … Continue reading Hate Country Music … Why?

Numbers That Make You Think: Public Opinion of the United States is on the Rise
Dear Read­er, What has most sig­nif­i­cant­ly affect­ed your view of the U.S. with­in the last year? Black Lives Mat­ter protests, maybe? Well, they might have changed, … Continue reading Numbers That Make You Think: Public Opinion of the United States is on the Rise

Two Albums, a 30th Anniversary, and Some 300 Words of Applause
Do you believe in fate? I like to think I don’t, and yet I always find myself look­ing for how the pieces of real­i­ty fit togeth­er to … Continue reading Two Albums, a 30th Anniversary, and Some 300 Words of Applause

The Reviews Are In: Babylon Berlin Sets the Scene for Unusually Visionary Television, Intercontinentally
Grant­ed, Baby­lon Berlin has at its dis­po­si­tion all the means nec­es­sary to become a true block­buster. But it isn’t every day the view­er gets to expe­ri­ence … Continue reading The Reviews Are In: Babylon Berlin Sets the Scene for Unusually Visionary Television, Intercontinentally

Call Him by His Name: Rapper Lil Nas X Marks the Spot Where Viral Becomes Substantial
In the dig­i­tal infor­ma­tion age, sen­sa­tion­al­ist head­lines are all around us, all around the clock. To stand out from the gen­er­al noise even for a split sec­ond, … Continue reading Call Him by His Name: Rapper Lil Nas X Marks the Spot Where Viral Becomes Substantial

Loving pro Virginia: A Films’ Powerfully Poignant Depiction of a Family’s Longing for Home
“I wan­na move ’em back to the country. I don’t care what they do to us. I won’t raise my fam­i­ly here.” The 2016 art­house film Lov­ing, direct­ed … Continue reading Loving pro Virginia: A Films’ Powerfully Poignant Depiction of a Family’s Longing for Home