Let's get it started
I know such a famous saying, that it is not important how one starts, but how one ends. Logically then, I should not care about the beginning here, but jump to the main, concrete part with no futher thinking. Notwithstanding, I consider beginnings to be of major importance. They give You a hunch, perhaps a thrill or good excuse for throwing a book/a moovie away. They allow to avert the embarassment, which You would experience reading a crap book further or watching a film which is not worth Your time.
I will start writing this blog with a cold entry. Although I read somewhere that only 7% of people want to make friends with people who look cold and reserved at the first sight, I will take my chance. I will be formal, impersonal and most probably ungrammatical.
"This blog is my, Veronika Lipiñska's, contribution to Criminal Law Film Project under the supervision of prof. Jackie Hodgson. I will devote my time and train linguistic disfunction to analyze and relate to the films I watched. Those will be mainly films which deal with the work of lawers, prosecutors, judges or police, so law themes are unavoidable. Also, this is the place for discussion. Perhaps, not a massive one because everyone knows I know everything the best but I will certainly allow some margin of criticism. Nonetheless, issues of law ethics, relations between lawers and clients, independence of judges, social perception of law system etc. will cross this blog. I hope they will be also backed up with some theoretical, booky deliberations and filtered trough the sieve of logic and reason. Enjoy."
So, this was my start, now we have to climb higher.