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Illustration of Dua Lipa overlooking a sea view from a balcony © Cookie Moon, 2022; @thecookiemoon

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Reading over this week’s newsletter fills me with such pride – it’s the sort of considered and curated mix of global stories I’d thought possible when I first dreamed of Service95. From a sharp profile of Nigerian author Akwaeke Emezi to a feature on the eco-conscious fashion resale platform Reluxe, I’m thrilled to continue expanding our worldview with pieces like these. And this week’s This One Thing… pick, the new movie Fire Island – which stars the brilliant Saturday Night Live cast member (and friend of mine) Bowen Yang – inspired me to think about other summer movies that transport you to another place and make you feel, despite the weight of the world, like anything is still possible. Here are some of the films that still tick that box for me – I hope they, and Issue 018, bring you the same joy they brought me.

Dua x
  1. Little Miss Sunshine
  2. The Talented Mr Ripley
  3. True Romance
  4. Moonstruck
  5. How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
 

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