Lifestyle Monthly Favourites

May Favourites 2020


Are you the one that I’ve been waiting for Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Nick Cave is a master of emotional music. This love song is all about finding your soulmate and life partner after desperately looking for them in years. Cave’s own personal experience reflecting in the lyrics is what makes it more magical in my opinion.

More Than This – Roxy Music

This 1982 rock song from the band’s last album, Avalon, is such a sentimental piece of music. A reminder that all good things sadly come to an end and we should cherish them while we have them.

Legendary Lovers – Katy Perry

When Katy Perry draws inspiration from other cultures her songs have outstanding results. Based on the Indian mythology and music patterns the song speaks of an incredible soulmate love story.

Enta Habibi – Wael Kfoury

Arabic songs have such a unique melody and this one is no exception. Romantic and with calming qualities it is a refreshing choice to our -mainly- pop culture.

Un Homme et une Femme – Francis Lai

Part of the soundtrack of the 1966 film of the same name, this easily recognisable romantic song speaks volumes about the simplest love story there is: between a man and a woman


Your Name (2016)

Taki, a high school boy in Tokyo and Mitsuha, a high school girl in a rural town, suddenly begin to swap bodies and try to communicate with each other through written messages.

The Intouchables (2011)

Based on real life events the film tells the story of Philippe, a rich quadriplegic man, who hires young Driss, a black man from the suburbs, to be his live-in caregiver.

Being one of the most successful French movies of all time it communicates messages about the life-changing power of friendship, music, and how different cultural backgrounds co-exist within the same city.

Tv Series

Lost in Space (2018-)

The Robinson family after crash-landing on an alien planet must fight against all odds to survive and escape.

The Big Bang Theory (2007-2019)

Penny, a waitress and aspiring actress, moves across the hall from Leonard and Sheldon, two brilliant but socially awkward physicists and shows them how little they know about life outside of the laboratory.

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