Where the Wild Things Are (live DVD)

Where the Wild Things Are (live DVD)

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The shitty things

The shitty things

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Ettore Sottsass – The meaning of things

Ettore Sottsass - The meaning of things

Ettore Sottsass – The Meaning of Things

  The concepts of design innovation is not just poor 20th Century is one born in 1917, Ettore Sottsass, without question the major Personalize (r) n, which has opened new paths with his shapes. His visual language is above all a radical departure from the dictates of “form follows function, through him the world of design is more colorful, more playful, more diverse.

Sottsass studied from 1935 at the Politecnico di Torino, where in 1939 he graduated. After completing his military service

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2 or 3 Things I know about him

2 or 3 Things I know about him

2 or 3 things I know of him

  Much more than those tracks giving and to Jean-Luc Godard, reminiscent of two or three things are not actually that Malte Ludin, who was born in 1942, knows about his father. But what little is already horrible enough. For Elard Hanns Ludin was ardent Nazi, Hitler’s Envoy and Minister Plenipotentiary of the German Reich for Slovakia and therefore responsible for the deportation of Slovak Jews. No Nazi leader of the first guard then, but a compliant powerful and influential Erfüllungsgehilfe.

In

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Trailer – Better Things

Trailer - Better Things

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Secret Things – TV-Tip of the Week

Secret Things - TV-Tip of the Week
               Genre: Drama, Erotica
  In this French film from 2002 things are heated, both in terms of erotic drama dominated interpreted as critical international receptions, the Secret Things by Jean-Claude Brisseau outraged as unappealing pornographic film of the soft variety with only supposedly profound claim. In France itself, however, where Jean-Claude Brisseau was for this work at the Cannes Film Festival with the “Prix France Culture du cinéaste de l’anee” award as a director of the year and the drama by the renowned

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From swing of things

From swing of things

From the swings of things

  At 48 years, is the actor, comedian, author and self-confessed rugby fan, Rudolf Hoehn at the peak of his career. As sharp-tongued comedian, he has the best-paid commitment of his life, he enters the windshield wiper, the mother of cabaret shows on television, to be self-written piece, “What burns more, or why are you crying about child” shall dream of reviewers and will be listed more than 250 times in Germany .

Then one day to another, he receives a devastating news: He suffers from Parkinson’s

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Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are
               Genre: literature, Fantasy, Family Film
  There is a phrase in Spike Jones’ children’s films dwell Where the Wild Things Are, the crackling so unexpected and honestly to one down, that one can not help but react with bewilderment or astonishment. It seems the phrase – taken out of context – not so awful: “I think there is something so very like a king does not exist,” says one of the nine-year phantasmal beings Max (Max Records), which refers to an imaginary island to drive on the mythical monster her gambling-addicted,

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Trailer to stay – Where the Wild Things Are

Trailer to stay - Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are

               Genre: literature, Fantasy, Family Film
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    There is a phrase in Spike Jones’ children’s film “Where the Wild Things Are”, so unexpected, and honest to a crackling down that one can

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Mana – The power of things

Mana - The power of things

Mana – The Power of Things

  Mana is a term coined from the shamanistic beliefs of the Polynesians and denotes power or authority, both secular as well as spiritual art after the Polynesian belief that such universal life force as the mana must be tied to a concrete shape, there is this force not only in human beings, but also and especially in articles. And quite often it is even so that certain objects and things only give the owner or carrier status and thus power. The two filmmakers Peter Friedman and Roger Manley have gone for

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