Author Archives: Andreas Moser

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a journalist, a spy or a hobo.

First Trailer for James Bond “No Time to Die”

We still have to wait until 3 April 2020 for the new James Bond film No Time to Die to be released, but here is the first trailer: My worst fears have materialized. The writers still have absolutely no novel … Continue reading

Posted in Films, James Bond | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Film review: “Donbass”

Truth is the first victim of war, one could sum up the film Donbass, which confused me more than it educated me. But it did so in a memorable, partly unsettling, partly amusing, way. In 13 episodes, Sergei Loznitsa portrays … Continue reading

Posted in Films, Military, Russia, Ukraine | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Our Prisoner of War

Recently, I stayed with my father in Bavaria, where life is informal and one can put the feet on the table and smoke inside the house. We were both preoccupied with reading, my father with the newspaper and me with … Continue reading

Posted in Germany, History, Military, Russia, Travel, World War II | Tagged , , , , | 5 Comments

Next house sitting: Kittens in Kyiv

After spending last winter in Canada, I could have been forgiven to choose a warmer place this year, like Barbados or Morocco. (Although Alice, the cat in Calgary, will remain in my heart as the loveliest and most affectionate cat … Continue reading

Posted in Travel, Ukraine | Tagged , , | 6 Comments

But when will it be spring again?

“I want to do to you what spring does to the cherry trees,” wrote Pablo Neruda on the wall of the cathedral in Baza, defying the wrath not only of God, but also of municipal anti-graffiti enforcers. But then, if … Continue reading

Posted in Andalusia, Love, Spain | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

A gloomy morning and a beautiful afternoon

Under the bewildered eyes of those going to warm offices, schools and shops, I am the only one to exit the bus at Signal de Botrange. Because the clock went crazy the last weekend, the sun isn’t quite sure whether … Continue reading

Posted in Belgium, Photography, Travel | Tagged , | 5 Comments

Film review: “Blue Mountains”

Maybe you have to be as old and wise as me to realize it, but movies made in the last century are really better than today’s animation/superhero/sequel/prequel crap. Actually, the difference is so stark that even Soviet films from the … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, Films, Georgia | Tagged , , , | 6 Comments