I'm a bit of a film-as-art geek, and love watching movies while trying to deconstruct the different shots and admiring the techniques/themes used by the director. I try to suppress this when watching a movie with friends though, I know how annoying it is to have someone talk during the movie. :P
I'm not much of a homebody, I'm the type of person who loves going out, and if I've done something new then I'd call it a good night. I like dancing, but I'm really not into the clubbing scene...I prefer a place with a band I've never heard before, good friends and cheap drinks. (I can be persuaded to come to a club though if my friends are going :P)
At heart I'm a bit of a geek, and love talking about books, politics, movies (see above) and philosophy.
I'm bilingual, but I'm afraid my grammar in french is pretty atrocious at times.
I enjoy amateur photography, but with me it's still very much an emphasis on amateur, my shots are pretty bad.
Whenever politics comes up, I tend to play devil's advocate for the side I disagree with (with a straight face), so people who don't know me sometimes think I have pretty bizarre/inconsistent opinions.
The Royal Tenenbaums, Lost in Translation, High Fidelity, Rushmore, the Aviator, One flew over the Cuckoos Nest, The Big Lebowski, Ghost World, Boogie Nights, The Darjeeling Ltd., Trainspotting,
"Skinny Legs and All" by Tom Robbins
"Still life with Woodpecker" by Tom Robbins
"Slaughter-House Five" by Kurt Vonnegut
"Hell`s Angels" by Hunter S. Thompson
"Hogfather" by Terry Pratchett
"Watchmen" by Alan Moore
"The Invisibles" by Grant Morrison
Food: I love Korean and Thai food.