Day Moibi

Day Moibi

Day Moibi is an aspiring philosopher who spends most of her time thinking about cheese, the absurdities of life and film.


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What the women of Santa Marta taught me about womanhood

On International Women's Day, Day Moibi shares the lessons she learned while working in El Salvador. If you think the fight for equality is over, she says, you're wrong.
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Review: The Lobster

Will you enjoy this strange take on modern love? Depends on how you feel about being single, says Day Moibi.
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True to Life?

Day Moibi’s back from her travels, so to reacclimatise we sent her to watch the James Dean biopic Life. Here’s what she made of it.
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The road to understanding?

The National Theatre’s musical version of the Ipswich murders, London Road, comes to the big screen. Day Moibi took a look.
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Night Bites

Billed as a ‘vampire western’, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night has its fangs fastened firmly around noir-ish cool. Day Moibi falls under the hypnotic spell of its skateboarding heroine.
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How DO you prove you are you?

Phoenix ponders the fallout of the Holocaust and the nature of identity. Day Moibi took a look.
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I Know What You Put On Facebook Last Summer

Standard Issue’s newest film reviewer Day Moibi checks out the latest addition to the ‘lost footage’ horror genre, Unfriended.