Movie Buff Stuff

Movie Buff Stuff

A little bit about Serena

– Although I was only born half Italian, I consider myself at least 3/4
– Favorite movie director: Martin Scorsese
– If I could live my life as any imaginary character, it’d be as Tyler Durden
– I don’t just cry when I watch Titanic, but anytime I hear the opening to Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On
– Ask me what my favorite movie is and I’ll give a different answer every time.
– “Favorite movie’s a triple way tie: Goodfellas, the Departed and the Usual Suspects (All Martin Scorsese)”
– “Favorite movie will forever and always be Pulp Fiction”
– “No movie will touch you, in every way possible, the way Titanic does; obviously my #1 fave”
– “Vertigo by Alfred Hitchcock is the best classic and is my favorite.”
– “My favorite movie? The Godfather part I. Why’d you even have to ask?”
– If I could rewrite an ending to any movie, I’d make Eli Wallach (AKA Tuco, AKA the Ugly) kill Clint Eastwood (AKA Blondie, AKA the Good) in the Good the Bad and the Ugly. I think’d it make for a good plot twist.
– Favorite actor: Leonardo DiCaprio (The actor who appears most frequently in Martin Scorsese movies)


Doubt a parable – John Patrick Shanley

Doubt a parable - John Patrick Shanley

In drama 11, our class consisted of four students. As part of the course, we spent most of the year working on a play called Doubt, a parable. In this performance, I played the character Sister Aloysuis. Researching and analyzing this play was one of the most rewarding experiences for me as it proved how intricate our roles and characters can get if you put time into truly understanding their history and motives. This was my first real performance for me; I will never forget the amount of effort we put in as an ensemble, the deep, intellectual connection i shared with my character, and the accomplishments we all deservingly achieved.
– Placing first in the Fraser Valley One act play festival
– invited to attend Sears Provincial One Act Festival
– Best Supporting Actress award from Sears Provincial One Act Festival: Abby Wells