Long overdue, the sage Eugene is coming back on this Sunday, and we will very likely be talking about the below film, Copperhead (2013), which deals with, god forbid, personal responsibility, and the unavoidable truth: “what you do unto your neighbor, you [ultimately] do to yourself.”
If, for some reason (such as real life), we are unable to do said show this Sunday evening, the next topic (thus, homework assignment) is the long-promised RE-view of Nine Miles Down (2009): a film dealing with Lucifer, the choice of living within the moment and, god forbid, personal responsibility.
Regardless of what film is covered next, watching either of these films (and comprehending the subtext), should enrich you, and thus, your life. Be sure to check out the improved Music Stream, now featuring a [¿virtual?] dance-floor.