Five Things #33

The Skinned by Jarla Tangh is a powerful tale of the evil that people do, and the redemption that they seek.

Joe Darlington explores the paradox of reduced choice and the popularity of animation on Netflix.

Simon Brew looks at low quality streaming, unavailable films and movie edits by stealth and argues that physical media matters more than ever in the streaming age.

Tom Hayes of the BEERG Brexit Blog takes a look at the current state of UK/EU negotiations and points out that sometimes, you just can’t compromise.

David Graeber, author of “Bullshit Jobs: A Theory” looks at the lessons from coronavirus. Not all jobs are bullshit, but many are.