Sing It Back – Moloko
It’s crazy to thing that this song came out the year I was born. It feels like a 80s hit that was popular for dancing at discos and nightclubs.
Nous N’Aimerons Jamais Assez La Vie -Mimis Plessas & Dakis
This ballad is full of emotion and the best version in my opinion. To think that the singer is no longer with us makes it even more memorable.
The Music Played – Mona Fong
This 1968 song is such a classic! I could easily imagine it in a movie scene with Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart.
The Shadow of Your Smile – Susan Wong
A very relaxing and romantic song that speaks of love in a poetic and lyrical way.
How I Love You – Engelbert Humperdinck
This is one of the best love songs I’ve ever heard! Full of emotion and longing for the object of one’s affections, it is a truly unique musical piece.
I’d Love to Change the World – Ten Years After
This gem of a song was used in a mobile services commercial and, when I re-discovered it, I had such nostalgic memories attached to it!
Moonlight – Ariana Grande
Wow Ariana has a talent from moving gracefully between commercial tunes and soft melodic songs! This one is so tender and romantic, that it feels like I’m falling in love just by listening
The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Returning to Russia from a sanitarium in Switzerland, the Christ-like epileptic Prince Myshkin finds himself enmeshed in a tangle of love, torn between two women—the notorious kept woman Nastasya and the pure Aglaia—both involved, in turn, with the corrupt, money-hungry Ganya.
Το λουλούδι της θάλασσας της Νάγια Δαλακούρα
The Arctic, 1848: James has been brought up according to the protocol of the English aristocracy. Rebelling against what society expects of him, he takes up a job as surgeon on the exploratory ship ”Sea Flower”, which sets off to locate two missing ships of the British Navy.
Nanouk grew up on a sleigh made of whale bones, travelling with her tribe from one place of the Arctic to another. She learned to be one with nature and feels free, until the white demon invades her life.
James and Nanouk grew up looking at the East and West respectively. But their gazes met somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic, long before they physically met…