Even if there's something naggingly
insubstantial about the minor-key play--partly due to its over-reliance on Eva as the means by which liberating plans subside into numbing reality-the acerbic wit of Greenberg's dialogue and the frequent acuity of his psychological insights keep it engrossing.
While she's only now becoming a household name, Tracy-Ann has one of those naggingly
familiar faces that always pops up on TV.
But carried along with the urgent velocity of the story, Shelton's methodical direction, Russell's combustible but subtly ambivalent performance, and the grim image of its final shot, it's also one of the year's better, most compelling and naggingly
One of the few limiting factors in growth of household expenditure in the region is naggingly
high unemployment, especially in France and Germany.
It not only confronts the reader with a series of seemingly half-cooked enigmas and the monotone intonations of a first-person narrator naggingly
addressing his mother, his diary, and his imaginary readers.
catchy, but Talking Heads did this sort of thing better.
And sometimes the option of just sunning on deck seemed mighty attractive, if naggingly
In part, the naggingly
tendentious quality of this summary of three years of AIDS activism in New York is perfectly deliberate; the book is conceived as an antidote to conventional media images of the epidemic, as an attempt to wrest the representation and discussion of AIDS out of the hands of corporate oligarchies and place them into those of the people directly affected.
Some, like Ghost and Thales (both 2009) suffer the further humiliation of having paint dribbled over them, while Anaximander, 2009, is surrounded by three smaller heads that orbit it on the ends of wires, internal conflict made naggingly
Jo Bonney's slick production, a personable cast and LaBute's chiseled dialogue keep the one-act play absorbing, but its indictment--and its indulgence--of the emotionally dishonest, commitment-phobic American male feel naggingly
The folk influence heard on Hazy Shade Of Winter is present on Stealing Rosemary, Single By Choice, and the naggingly
infec-tious Song For A Good Son, while else-where their garage jangle sparkles through Here Right Now, Between The Two, Ask Me No Questions and the gloriously pop Mixed Messages, they punk up Costello's Tear Off Your Own Head title track in solid form and the dreamy ballad I Will Take Care Of You is the album's answer to Eternal Flame.
The Big Questions don't rise to the surface very frequently; they bob up only occasionally and unpredictably, and sometimes get mixed up--by a process that's hilariously independent of the narrator's will--with the petty irritations of every day, the naggingly
present stuff that Charlotte thinks of as flotsam.
A lesson in infinitely subtle comparison, every photograph depicts a topographic-type terrain, clearly related to the others but laden with distinction: Almost against one's will, the eye takes to grazing, roaming across contours both abstract and yet naggingly
physical love, this is an inconsequential piece, naggingly
void of authenticity, emotional complexity or inspiration.
But I'm willing to bet that the naggingly
commercial World Exclusive, where Human League meets The Lilac Time, is a more recent number and I know for sure that while it may evoke thoughts of Air doing the Midnight Cowboy theme, that the dreamy Barbarella's, Duffy's affectionate memoir of both club and youth, is as recent as, ooh, seven years ago.