My anarchist landlords upstairs have launched a project to consolidate their individual DVD libraries into a central DVD archive, from which they each may borrow freely. And they’ve invited me to participate.
This meant that I had to actually look at what DVDs I own.
To begin with, as the son of a librarian, I am genetically not predisposed towards media asset ownership: the idea of buying a DVD is foreign to me, and so it’s only in the rarest of cases that I do so.
What I’ve found, alas, might be too embarassing to contribute to the hipster archive upstairs:
- Heaven Can Wait
- Roman Holiday
- Breakfast at Tiffany’s
- Five Wives, Three Secretaries and Me
Not exactly chocked full of hard-edged hipsterism, although you must say there is interesting variety, albeit with an emphasis on Audrey Hepburn films.