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Name: Friday.
Date of birth: September 1982.
Occupation: historian [M.A. in American Studies; English Literature; Contemporary History]; university student [museum studies].

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Blogs: Livejournal; Skywalking.

MBTI Personality Type:
Enneagram Type: Type Five.

Collects: general cinema and film related items; Original Star Wars Trilogy items; anything related to Asta Nielsen, Buster Keaton, Tilda Swinton; anything related to Queer as Folk; Queen albums and posters; David Bowie albums and posters; Erich Kästner novels; Paul Auster novels; replicas of antique weapons; DVDs;...

Influences: Erich Kästner, Star Wars, Angels in America, Queer As Folk, the 80s, Queen, HIM.


Colors: teal, yellow, black.

Films: Lawrence of Arabia, Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, Home for the Holidays, Ladyhawke, Open Range, Orlando, The Empire Strikes Back, Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, The Mummy, The Shadow, Spider & Rose, Particles of Truth, Mr Holland's Opus.

Actors: Asta Nielsen, Tilda Swinton, Holly Hunter, Katharine Hepburn, Maggie Smith; Buster Keaton, Jason Isaacs, Alan Rickman, Kevin Kline, Paul Newman, Gregory Peck.

TV shows: Star Trek: TNG, Due South, Queer as Folk (US), Slings & Arrows, Sherlock BBC, Wire in the Blood, Justified, Hell on Wheels, The Big Bang Theory, The X-Files, A Gifted Man, Lie To Me, CSI, NCIS, Eureka, The Simpsons, McCallum; North & South (1985), Angels in America, Merlin (1995), Pride & Prejudice (1995).

Musicians: Queen, Freddie Mercury, David Bowie, a-ha, Placebo, Annie Lennox, Skunk Anansie, Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel,
Michael Kamen, John Williams, Nine Inch Nails.

Novels & plays: Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne, Der 35. Mai by Erich Kästner, Angels in America by Tony Kushner,
Hand to Mouth by Paul Auster, Hamlet by William Shakespeare.

Paintings: La Reproduction Interdite by Rene Magritte; The Scream by Edvard Munch; The Monk by the Sea by Caspar David Friedrich;
Le Moulin de la Galette by Auguste Renoir.

Websites:, livejournal,, Smithsonian Magazine, Archive Of Our Own,,



Nothing is more difficult and nothing requires more character than to find oneself in open opposition to one's time and to say loudly: No!

- Kurt Tucholsky