However, this also has repercussions for the impressionable object of her desires, the waif-like and angst-ridden
teenager Eva, played with a tremulous efficiency by Julia Sarah Stone.
At once emotive, contemplative, and humorous, Beckett's masterpiece wittily explores our angst-ridden
insecurities on the absurdity and meaninglessness of life.
Revist the days when your only contact with other angst-ridden
teens was through the pages of Jackie magazine.
The new stage production, which is coming to Birmingham next May, revisits the 1970s and 80s when angst-ridden
youngsters had no mobile phones, texting or Twitter.
The Chicago quartet burst on to the scene back in 2003 with their angst-ridden
debut Take This To Your Grave, but it was their follow-up From Under The Cork Tree which saw their popularity soar over here.
It is told from the alternating angst-ridden
perspectives of Dean and Josie giving it broad appeal.
These are matters of grave concern in the Apple family plays, Richard Nelson's brainy soap opera for angst-ridden
However, the predicted jump in album sales never followed and the latest release, the angst-ridden
New Horizon, charted at 45 in the UK - 20 places lower than 2009's Everyday Demons.
Composed of only drums, bastardized bass guitar and angst-ridden
vocals, the music focuses on topics of isolation, abandonment and fear.
Blitz is a tough and stylish film that's oddly old-fashioned - cops are all angst-ridden
and boozy, and all journalists are untrustworthy.
A visually staggering rendition of the angst-ridden
Dutch artist's life, from boyhood to death: his experiences and artistic influences and, mostly, his exceptionally close relationship to his brother Theo are the book's focus.
The all-male troupe of professional dancers offer their own hilarious parody of classical ballet playing everything from romantic princesses and swans to water sprites and angst-ridden