It was raining hard at that point, or I would have bloody walked
Anyway, the exhibit was very good, and worth the schlep. Dorothea Tanning was a very interesting artist, both as a painter and in her weird fabric constructions. (Actually Room 202 is well scary; reminded me a bit of Polanski's REPULSION.) Everything she produced is full of meaning, from cute to creepy to just plain crazy.
I blew over three quid on a coffee at the museum. It was very bitter, and I started to feel so nauseous I had to clear out, only drinking about half of it. Bloody waste.
Watched the DEADWOOD film, which was excellent. Shame, though, that it wasn't given another series or two to finish, back in the day. Dastardly Cy Tolliver was much missed, due to the death of actor Powers Boothe a couple of years ago , along with a couple of other regulars. Unsurprisingly, there was an elegaic melancholy to the film, but it was nice to see happyish endings for several of our old 'friends'
CHERNOBYL also finished; another of the very good , but harrowing dramas dominating the schedules of late. THE VIRTUES winds up tonight, too. I don't suppose that will be a laugh a minute, but it's fine, dark stuff, beautifully acted.
I really want to see the new GODZILLA film, although it's had unanimous dreadful reviews. Must restrain myself...