June was a pretty good month for me- I am pretty satisfied with what I saw, plus I got to witness two great live music events and I read more than usual, but I won't divulge the titles, as they are pretty embarrassing (let's just say that they helped me develop my English level, OK? they were bad, but useful in some way). On the academic side (I have to write a dissertation by the end of August) the situation is absolutely horrific, as I tend to be the world best procrastinator, but I hope and actually, I have to work ten times harder in July for it, so pray for me and my general laziness :) Did I tell you last month that I was looking for a job? Well, I got one :) it's an unpaid internships, but still, it's experience and I am learning things...I mean, I hope so, anyway!
Anyway, here's the list for June
Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging 
Guess who's coming to dinner 
Friends with Kids 
Schindler's list 
The Hours 
Frankenstein  *
Rock of Ages 
When Harry met Sally 
Love sick aka Legaturi Bolnavicioase 
*Frankenstein is a 2011 National Theater Live production, a play directed by Danny Boyle who was broadcast ed live in numerous cinemas across UK. Because of its success, this summer they decided to have some encore screenings in cinemas all around the country
Books: 5 (I will just mention "The Fault in our stars" by John Green, just because it was a good book and I love the author's style and the voice it gives to the characters)
- The Maccabees at Alexandra Palace, London- one of the best gigs of my life (and yes, I know I might be biased because I love them so much). Surrounded by teenagers in the third row, when the band came on stage I was pushed into a mosh pit at the beginning of the show (half of time I was screaming and dancing with the others, the other half I was trying to breathe and get out of there), but I escaped the death zone after a couple of songs and managed to thoroughly enjoy the rest of the show, which was amazing! Give them a listen, if you haven't already!
- BBC Hackney Weekend- I was there on Saturday and saw a lot of amazing artists, like Emeli Sande, Deadmau5, The Maccabees, The Vaccines, Kasabian, Jack White and Jay Z. Fantastic day!
That's all for June! I am hoping for a more academic-oriented July and more trips to the cinema, as there are some great films coming up this month!
What do you hope to do in July?