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There are many American filmmakers who never make peace with Hollywood. However, few outsiders are as prestigious as Paul Schrader. Although more recognized as a screenwriter – especially for his scripts for Scorsese, from “Taxi Driver” to “The Last Temptation of Christ” -, Schrader has also directed such atypical and forceful films as “Mishima”, “Light Sleeper”, or “First Reformed”.

READ ALSO: “The mole agent”: Sebastián Pimentel’s criticism of the documentary available on Netflix

In the latter, recently released on Netflix, we have a model story from the director. Moreover, it would not be an exaggeration to establish more than one link between the priest Toller (Ethan Hawke) from “First Reformed” and the taxi driver Travis from “Taxi Driver” (1976). If Travis returned from Vietnam, Toller is saddled with the loss of a son and a divorce, and now he’s looking for an opportunity under the hood in an upstate New York county.

READ ALSO: Amanda Seyfried captivates on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival [FOTOS]

Schrader’s antiheroes are somewhat misplaced loners in the world, who have lost conviction in themselves, in the role they are supposed to play. Toller, for example, has a split life. Suspicion of himself. He writes a diary, by hand and on paper – in a rebellious gesture in the face of digital technology – where he encrypts his insecurities, while sipping alcohol at night, and seems to accuse some chronic disease.

With a stripped down and inexpensive staging, Schrader mimics the self-imposed austerity of his priest’s daily life. At the same time, this style, of cold spaces and overwhelming solitude, allows the viewer to concentrate on Toller’s inner -spiritual- itinerary, who always makes the voice of his conscience felt -with the use of the voice-over- in a kind of dialogue and criticism of his own behavior.

There is a hypnotic quality in following Toller, but also a gradual build-up of a nightmare that seems to envelop him, that seems to break the rafters that support his mind. As if Schrader filmed with the memory of two films by the Frenchman Robert Bresson (“Diary of a rural priest”, and “Pickpocket”), one of his head directors, in which the presence of a woman is also key.

The wife of “First Reformed” is María —Amanda Seyfried, also in “Mank” -, who makes up a young married couple who live their darkest hours. Toller will help the couple to try to get out of their problems, although it is Michael (Philip Ettinger), the husband, an environmental activist depressed by the climate disaster and the destruction of the planet, who bears the worst, which calls into question his desire to have a child with his wife.

Schrader doesn’t just work on psychological profiles. It also makes an incisive diagnosis of society. Toller’s religious congregation, with an ironic name – “Abundant Life” – is financed by donations made by an industrial company that pollutes the area. Toller realizes the cruel paradox of not being able to protest against an economic power that controls the entire county, and even the church itself.

First Reformed”Is a different film than what you usually see on Netflix. It is also anachronistic in its subterranean and punctilious dramatic style, oblivious to humor, oblivious to the cynical air of these times. Ethan Hawke achieves one of his best roles, as a good man but unable to earn the respect of others. And, above all, one tormented by his own impotence, by the consciousness of not preferring a comfort that annuls his spirituality. With this film, wise and heartbreaking at the same time, Paul Schrader shows that the years have in no way assuaged his need to make personal and transcendent cinema.

Datasheet

Original title: First Reformed

Gender: Drama

Country and year: USA / UK / Australia, 2017

Director: Paul Schrader

Actors: Ethan Hawke, Amanda Seyfried, Victoria Hill, Michael Gaston.

Qualification: ★★★★★ ( 5 )

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According to the criteria of

Know more

There are many American filmmakers who never make peace with Hollywood. However, few outsiders are as prestigious as Paul Schrader. Although more recognized as a screenwriter – especially for his scripts for Scorsese, from “Taxi Driver” to “The Last Temptation of Christ” -, Schrader has also directed such atypical and forceful films as “Mishima”, “Light Sleeper”, or “First Reformed”.

READ ALSO: “The mole agent”: Sebastián Pimentel’s criticism of the documentary available on Netflix

In the latter, recently released on Netflix, we have a model story from the director. Moreover, it would not be an exaggeration to establish more than one link between the priest Toller (Ethan Hawke) from “First Reformed” and the taxi driver Travis from “Taxi Driver” (1976). If Travis returned from Vietnam, Toller is saddled with the loss of a son and a divorce, and now he’s looking for an opportunity under the hood in an upstate New York county.

READ ALSO: Amanda Seyfried captivates on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival [FOTOS]

Schrader’s antiheroes are somewhat misplaced loners in the world, who have lost conviction in themselves, in the role they are supposed to play. Toller, for example, has a split life. Suspicion of himself. He writes a diary, by hand and on paper – in a rebellious gesture in the face of digital technology – where he encrypts his insecurities, while sipping alcohol at night, and seems to accuse some chronic disease.

With a stripped down and inexpensive staging, Schrader mimics the self-imposed austerity of his priest’s daily life. At the same time, this style, of cold spaces and overwhelming solitude, allows the viewer to concentrate on Toller’s inner -spiritual- itinerary, who always makes the voice of his conscience felt -with the use of the voice-over- in a kind of dialogue and criticism of his own behavior.

There is a hypnotic quality in following Toller, but also a gradual build-up of a nightmare that seems to envelop him, that seems to break the rafters that support his mind. As if Schrader filmed with the memory of two films by the Frenchman Robert Bresson (“Diary of a rural priest”, and “Pickpocket”), one of his head directors, in which the presence of a woman is also key.

The wife of “First Reformed” is María —Amanda Seyfried, also in “Mank” -, who makes up a young married couple who live their darkest hours. Toller will help the couple to try to get out of their problems, although it is Michael (Philip Ettinger), the husband, an environmental activist depressed by the climate disaster and the destruction of the planet, who bears the worst, which calls into question his desire to have a child with his wife.

Schrader doesn’t just work on psychological profiles. It also makes an incisive diagnosis of society. Toller’s religious congregation, with an ironic name – “Abundant Life” – is financed by donations made by an industrial company that pollutes the area. Toller realizes the cruel paradox of not being able to protest against an economic power that controls the entire county, and even the church itself.

First Reformed”Is a different film than what you usually see on Netflix. It is also anachronistic in its subterranean and punctilious dramatic style, oblivious to humor, oblivious to the cynical air of these times. Ethan Hawke achieves one of his best roles, as a good man but unable to earn the respect of others. And, above all, one tormented by his own impotence, by the consciousness of not preferring a comfort that annuls his spirituality. With this film, wise and heartbreaking at the same time, Paul Schrader shows that the years have in no way assuaged his need to make personal and transcendent cinema.

Datasheet

Original title: First Reformed

Gender: Drama

Country and year: USA / UK / Australia, 2017

Director: Paul Schrader

Actors: Ethan Hawke, Amanda Seyfried, Victoria Hill, Michael Gaston.

Qualification: ★★★★★ ( 5 )

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1633167970) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(76) "The 15 best movies coming to Netflix in October – decodethenewspodcast.com" ["link"]=> string(110) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/the-15-best-movies-coming-to-netflix-in-october-decodethenewspodcast-com/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 02 Oct 2021 09:45:02 +0000" ["category"]=> string(59) "Movie NewscomingdecodethenewspodcastcommoviesNetflixOctober" ["guid"]=> string(110) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/the-15-best-movies-coming-to-netflix-in-october-decodethenewspodcast-com/" ["description"]=> string(710) "Jude Law and Cameron Diaz in “The Holiday.” Sony Here are the best movies to watch on Netflix this month. Check out classics like “Titanic” and “Step Brothers.” Also, watch Netflix originals “The Guilty” and “Army of Thieves.” Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. “The Guilty” (October 1) Jake Gyllenhaal in “The Guilty.” Netflix Jake ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(21382) "

Jude Law and Cameron Diaz in “The Holiday.” Sony

“The Guilty” (October 1)

Jake Gyllenhaal in “The Guilty.” Netflix

Jake Gyllenhaal gives an Oscar-worthy performance as an LAPD police detective who has been demoted to a 911 dispatcher. We watch as he goes above and beyond to help a distressed caller, but it leads to more trouble than good.

“Desperado” (October 1)

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Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas in “Desperado.” Archive Photos/Getty Images

Robert Rodriguez arrived on the scene with this bloody revenge tale starring Antonio Banderas as a gun-toting mariachi player who is out to take down a drug lord.

“Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood” (October 1)

Shawn Wayans in a red shirt, Marlon Wayans in a white tank top

Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans in “Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood.” Miramax Films

The Wayans brothers had been spoofing genres all the way back to when Keenen Ivory Wayans took on Blaxploitation with “I’m Gonna Git You Sucka” in the late 1980s.

But they topped themselves (before the “Scary Movie” franchise) with this spoof at urban movies like “Boyz n the Hood,” “Menace II Society” and more.

“Ghost” (October 1)

demi moore ghost

Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in “Ghost.” Paramount Pictures

You seriously don’t have a pulse if you can pass up the chance to watch this classic romantic drama starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.

“Gladiator” (October 1)

Gladiator Russell Crowe

Russell Crowe in “Gladiator.” DreamWorks Pictures

This Oscar-winning swords-and-sandals epic made Russell Crowe (who also won an Oscar) into a global superstar. Crowe plays a Roman commander who ends up being a slave gladiator and sparking a revolution while avenging the death of his family.

“The Holiday” (October 1)

Jude Law in a black jacket looking at Cameron Diaz in a cream jacket and scarf

Jude Law and Cameron Diaz in “The Holiday.” Sony

This perfect Nancy Meyers rom-com stars Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz as strangers who agree to swap their homes in the hope of escaping their own heartbreaks during the holiday season. In the process, the two find love in the forms of Jack Black and Jude Law.

“Léon: The Professional” (October 1)

Jean Reno and Natalie Portman looking at each other in white shirts

Jean Reno and Natalie Portman in “Léon: The Professional.” Gaumont Buena Vista International

Director Luc Besson delivers this stylish thriller starring Jean Reno as a disciplined assassin living in New York City who decides to take in a young girl (Natalie Portman) after her family is murdered.

This is one of those movies you have to watch at least once… or a few hundred (it’s that good).

“Malcolm X” (October 1)

Malcolm X

Denzel Washington in “Malcolm X.” “Malcolm X” / Warner Bros. Pictures

Spike Lee’s epic masterpiece follows the life of Malcolm X through an incredible performance by Denzel Washington.

“Observe and Report” (October 1)

Observe and Report Warner Bros

Seth Rogen in “Observe and Report.” Warner Bros.

Before being known for making shows like “Eastbound & Down” and “The Righteous Gemstones” Jody Hill directed this twisted dark comedy starring Seth Rogen as a dedicated mall cop who has dreams of becoming a real cop despite his psychological problems.

“Serendipity” (October 1)

Kate Beckinsale in a blue top, John Cusack in a brown jacket

Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack in “Serendipity.” Miramax Films

This rom-com classic stars Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack as strangers who allow fate to decide if they will ever meet again after a magical night in New York City.

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“Step Brothers” (October 1)

step brothers sony

John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell in “Step Brothers.” Sony

If you need to laugh you can’t go wrong with this comedy starring John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell as man-children who suddenly become related.

“Titanic” (October 1)

Titanic

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in “Titanic.” 20th Century Fox

James Cameron’s look at the sinking of the Titanic is one of the biggest box office hits of all time. Spend a night with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

“Tommy Boy” (October 1)

tommy boy

David Spade and Chris Farley in “Tommy Boy.” Paramount Pictures

If “Step Brothers” isn’t enough comedy for you come and watch one of the classic Farley/Spade movies.

“Zodiac” (October 1)

Zodiac

Robert Downey Jr. and Jake Gyllenhaal in “Zodiac.” Paramount Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures

Talk about movies you can watch just over and over again. David Fincher’s look at how the Zodiac killer terrorized the San Francisco area is a masterclass in filmmaking.

“Army of Thieves” (October 29)

Matthias Schweighöfer trying to open a safe

Matthias Schweighöfer in “Army of Thieves.” Netflix

This prequel to Netflix’s hit “Army of the Dead” takes place six years before the events of Zack Snyder’s movie and follows safecracker Ludwig Dieter (Matthias Schweighöfer) on one of his first heists.

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Jude Law and Cameron Diaz in “The Holiday.” Sony

“The Guilty” (October 1)

Jake Gyllenhaal in “The Guilty.” Netflix

Jake Gyllenhaal gives an Oscar-worthy performance as an LAPD police detective who has been demoted to a 911 dispatcher. We watch as he goes above and beyond to help a distressed caller, but it leads to more trouble than good.

“Desperado” (October 1)

desperado salma hayek antonio banderas

Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas in “Desperado.” Archive Photos/Getty Images

Robert Rodriguez arrived on the scene with this bloody revenge tale starring Antonio Banderas as a gun-toting mariachi player who is out to take down a drug lord.

“Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood” (October 1)

Shawn Wayans in a red shirt, Marlon Wayans in a white tank top

Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans in “Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood.” Miramax Films

The Wayans brothers had been spoofing genres all the way back to when Keenen Ivory Wayans took on Blaxploitation with “I’m Gonna Git You Sucka” in the late 1980s.

But they topped themselves (before the “Scary Movie” franchise) with this spoof at urban movies like “Boyz n the Hood,” “Menace II Society” and more.

“Ghost” (October 1)

demi moore ghost

Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in “Ghost.” Paramount Pictures

You seriously don’t have a pulse if you can pass up the chance to watch this classic romantic drama starring Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.

“Gladiator” (October 1)

Gladiator Russell Crowe

Russell Crowe in “Gladiator.” DreamWorks Pictures

This Oscar-winning swords-and-sandals epic made Russell Crowe (who also won an Oscar) into a global superstar. Crowe plays a Roman commander who ends up being a slave gladiator and sparking a revolution while avenging the death of his family.

“The Holiday” (October 1)

Jude Law in a black jacket looking at Cameron Diaz in a cream jacket and scarf

Jude Law and Cameron Diaz in “The Holiday.” Sony

This perfect Nancy Meyers rom-com stars Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz as strangers who agree to swap their homes in the hope of escaping their own heartbreaks during the holiday season. In the process, the two find love in the forms of Jack Black and Jude Law.

“Léon: The Professional” (October 1)

Jean Reno and Natalie Portman looking at each other in white shirts

Jean Reno and Natalie Portman in “Léon: The Professional.” Gaumont Buena Vista International

Director Luc Besson delivers this stylish thriller starring Jean Reno as a disciplined assassin living in New York City who decides to take in a young girl (Natalie Portman) after her family is murdered.

This is one of those movies you have to watch at least once… or a few hundred (it’s that good).

“Malcolm X” (October 1)

Malcolm X

Denzel Washington in “Malcolm X.” “Malcolm X” / Warner Bros. Pictures

Spike Lee’s epic masterpiece follows the life of Malcolm X through an incredible performance by Denzel Washington.

“Observe and Report” (October 1)

Observe and Report Warner Bros

Seth Rogen in “Observe and Report.” Warner Bros.

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“Serendipity” (October 1)

Kate Beckinsale in a blue top, John Cusack in a brown jacket

Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack in “Serendipity.” Miramax Films

This rom-com classic stars Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack as strangers who allow fate to decide if they will ever meet again after a magical night in New York City.

Insider recently published a wide-ranging interview with its director Peter Chelsom who revealed that Jennifer Aniston passed on Kate Beckinsale’s role among other new details.

“Step Brothers” (October 1)

step brothers sony

John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell in “Step Brothers.” Sony

If you need to laugh you can’t go wrong with this comedy starring John C. Reilly and Will Ferrell as man-children who suddenly become related.

“Titanic” (October 1)

Titanic

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in “Titanic.” 20th Century Fox

James Cameron’s look at the sinking of the Titanic is one of the biggest box office hits of all time. Spend a night with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

“Tommy Boy” (October 1)

tommy boy

David Spade and Chris Farley in “Tommy Boy.” Paramount Pictures

If “Step Brothers” isn’t enough comedy for you come and watch one of the classic Farley/Spade movies.

“Zodiac” (October 1)

Zodiac

Robert Downey Jr. and Jake Gyllenhaal in “Zodiac.” Paramount Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures

Talk about movies you can watch just over and over again. David Fincher’s look at how the Zodiac killer terrorized the San Francisco area is a masterclass in filmmaking.

“Army of Thieves” (October 29)

Matthias Schweighöfer trying to open a safe

Matthias Schweighöfer in “Army of Thieves.” Netflix

This prequel to Netflix’s hit “Army of the Dead” takes place six years before the events of Zack Snyder’s movie and follows safecracker Ludwig Dieter (Matthias Schweighöfer) on one of his first heists.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1633167105) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(122) "NGOs sow doubt about quality marks – In France, the discussion breaks out: do quality marks match consumer expectations?" ["link"]=> string(153) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/ngos-sow-doubt-about-quality-marks-in-france-the-discussion-breaks-out-do-quality-marks-match-consumer-expectations/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 02 Oct 2021 09:27:01 +0000" ["category"]=> string(80) "LifestyleBreaksconsumerdiscussionDoubtExpectationsFranceMarksMatchNGOsqualitysow" ["guid"]=> string(153) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/ngos-sow-doubt-about-quality-marks-in-france-the-discussion-breaks-out-do-quality-marks-match-consumer-expectations/" ["description"]=> string(815) "Not all labels deliver what they promise, is the brief conclusion of research conducted by Greenpeace, WWF and UFC-Que Choisir to determine whether consumers can rely on labels in their purchasing decisions. As part of the study, 11 labels were divided into 3 groups: the labels related to organic farming (AB, Organic fair trade in ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5041) "

Not all labels deliver what they promise, is the brief conclusion of research conducted by Greenpeace, WWF and UFC-Que Choisir to determine whether consumers can rely on labels in their purchasing decisions.

As part of the study, 11 labels were divided into 3 groups: the labels related to organic farming (AB, Organic fair trade in France, Demeter and Nature and Progress), environmental labels (Agri Confidence, Zero Pesticide Residue on High Environmental Value) and sector-related labels (Blue-White-Heart, for dairy as well as for pig and poultry meat, the European protection of origin AOP (PDO) for the cheeses Comté and Cantal, Label Rouge for chickens and for pigs and Who is the Boss? for milk and for apple juice).

Pasteurized milk may also be used in the Saint-Nectaire, Cantal and Munster cheeses with AOP

14 criteria

The labels were then scored on 14 criteria. The labels that have the strictest requirements and the strictest controls come out of the equation best. The organic sector would have the most positive impact on health, soil quality, water consumption and animal welfare. The labels that claim an ‘eco-label’ show the least positive effects. For example, the researchers believe that the label High Environmental Value hardly scores on health and the environment (water consumption, biodiversity, air quality and climate) and there would be no improvements for a fair farmer’s income or social cohesion.

The sector labels show major differences within one and the same label. Label Rouge, for example, scores excellent for chicken. The French know that Label Rouge chickens and eggs have to meet the strictest requirements, especially in terms of range. But there is also a Label Rouge for pork and pork. The researchers call the requirements “minimalist, especially with regard to the animals’ access to ranges”. The differences are also striking in the AOPs. For example, in Saint-Nectaire, Cantal and Munster, pasteurized milk may also be processed with AOP. In contrast to the AOPs for raw-milk cheeses such as l’Abondance, Camembert de Normandie, Laguiole, Picodon and Salers, which are strictly limited to a geographical area and whose product specifications specify the breeds of cows from which the milk must come.

A label should correspond to what people expect

‘Professionals’

According to the authors of the report, this is because there is a major ‘flaw’ in the way the French certification system works. Professionals (‘les professionels’) are overrepresented in all layers of the supervision of origin and quality. And that means it National Institute of Origin and Quality (INAO) cannot force them to change their product specifications. “The committees responsible for reviewing the product specifications are made up of an overwhelming majority of professionals,” the researchers write. Consumers and government representatives are hardly involved. In addition, virtually all audits are also performed by audit bodies with close links to industry professionals.

Greenpeace, WWF and UFC-Que Choisir are calling for a revision of the certification requirements (such as specifications and auditing requirements) in line with what consumers expect. A really good cheese in France is raw milk. Real animal welfare means walking out. That is why they believe that Label Rouge for chicken (where that expectation is fulfilled) should not also be applied to pigs. Just like Dutch 1-star pigs, Label Rouge pigs hardly live any different than pigs kept according to legal requirements, while a Label Rouge chicken gets three stars. They do not go together under the same label.

A label should correspond to what people expect. The organizations believe that only subsidies that match the intuition of the public are eligible for subsidy. Until then, it will continue to muddle for consumers, according to news channel FranceTVinfo in so many words in the video below:

Many Thanks To The Following Website For This Valuable Content.
NGOs sow doubt about quality marks – In France, the discussion breaks out: do quality marks match consumer expectations?

" } ["summary"]=> string(815) "Not all labels deliver what they promise, is the brief conclusion of research conducted by Greenpeace, WWF and UFC-Que Choisir to determine whether consumers can rely on labels in their purchasing decisions. As part of the study, 11 labels were divided into 3 groups: the labels related to organic farming (AB, Organic fair trade in ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5041) "

Not all labels deliver what they promise, is the brief conclusion of research conducted by Greenpeace, WWF and UFC-Que Choisir to determine whether consumers can rely on labels in their purchasing decisions.

As part of the study, 11 labels were divided into 3 groups: the labels related to organic farming (AB, Organic fair trade in France, Demeter and Nature and Progress), environmental labels (Agri Confidence, Zero Pesticide Residue on High Environmental Value) and sector-related labels (Blue-White-Heart, for dairy as well as for pig and poultry meat, the European protection of origin AOP (PDO) for the cheeses Comté and Cantal, Label Rouge for chickens and for pigs and Who is the Boss? for milk and for apple juice).

Pasteurized milk may also be used in the Saint-Nectaire, Cantal and Munster cheeses with AOP

14 criteria

The labels were then scored on 14 criteria. The labels that have the strictest requirements and the strictest controls come out of the equation best. The organic sector would have the most positive impact on health, soil quality, water consumption and animal welfare. The labels that claim an ‘eco-label’ show the least positive effects. For example, the researchers believe that the label High Environmental Value hardly scores on health and the environment (water consumption, biodiversity, air quality and climate) and there would be no improvements for a fair farmer’s income or social cohesion.

The sector labels show major differences within one and the same label. Label Rouge, for example, scores excellent for chicken. The French know that Label Rouge chickens and eggs have to meet the strictest requirements, especially in terms of range. But there is also a Label Rouge for pork and pork. The researchers call the requirements “minimalist, especially with regard to the animals’ access to ranges”. The differences are also striking in the AOPs. For example, in Saint-Nectaire, Cantal and Munster, pasteurized milk may also be processed with AOP. In contrast to the AOPs for raw-milk cheeses such as l’Abondance, Camembert de Normandie, Laguiole, Picodon and Salers, which are strictly limited to a geographical area and whose product specifications specify the breeds of cows from which the milk must come.

A label should correspond to what people expect

‘Professionals’

According to the authors of the report, this is because there is a major ‘flaw’ in the way the French certification system works. Professionals (‘les professionels’) are overrepresented in all layers of the supervision of origin and quality. And that means it National Institute of Origin and Quality (INAO) cannot force them to change their product specifications. “The committees responsible for reviewing the product specifications are made up of an overwhelming majority of professionals,” the researchers write. Consumers and government representatives are hardly involved. In addition, virtually all audits are also performed by audit bodies with close links to industry professionals.

Greenpeace, WWF and UFC-Que Choisir are calling for a revision of the certification requirements (such as specifications and auditing requirements) in line with what consumers expect. A really good cheese in France is raw milk. Real animal welfare means walking out. That is why they believe that Label Rouge for chicken (where that expectation is fulfilled) should not also be applied to pigs. Just like Dutch 1-star pigs, Label Rouge pigs hardly live any different than pigs kept according to legal requirements, while a Label Rouge chicken gets three stars. They do not go together under the same label.

A label should correspond to what people expect. The organizations believe that only subsidies that match the intuition of the public are eligible for subsidy. Until then, it will continue to muddle for consumers, according to news channel FranceTVinfo in so many words in the video below:

Many Thanks To The Following Website For This Valuable Content.
NGOs sow doubt about quality marks – In France, the discussion breaks out: do quality marks match consumer expectations?

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Alan Moore brings out the masked superheroes, Ryan Reynolds embarks on a wacky new comedy, ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ is extended with eight hours of extra gameplay, Herbert West never tires of reviving corpses. Let it not be said that because it is in August we are going to spend the weekend with our arms crossed.

‘The Show’

A overwhelming mix of comedy, magic and sheer eccentricity in what is the first original screenplay by master Alan Moore for film, that leaves no head puppet in an acid noir set in his eternal hometown of Northampton. Moore attacks even masked superheroes, how could it be less, with the story of a detective hired to find a missing jewel, a mission for which he will have to survive mobsters who practice voodoo and the occasional vampire. Available on Filmin until August 26.

‘Free Guy’

In the final stretch of a summer that little by little begins to resume the customs of the billboards full of great premieres, this Action comedy that satirizes all the clichés, customs and nonsense typical of video games. A kind of virtual ‘The Truman Show’ in which Ryan Reynolds is a secondary pupa in any video game who realizes his condition as an inhabitant of a world ruled by others and decides to take the reins.

‘Fabricated City’

Curiously in tune with ‘Free Guy’, this Korean production portrays a virtual world, but from the other side: that of a gamer of success who is actually an unemployed young man without much benefit. When he is mistakenly accused of robbing a bank, he will use his wits and that of his fellow digital wanderings to prove his innocence, in a hodgepodge of drama teen, comedy and action very Korean taste.

‘Battlebots’ (Season 1 and 2)

Tremendous robotic skirmishes in a mix of reality, contest and wrestling broadcast whose first two seasons (one of 6 and the other of 11 episodes) are now coming to Netflix. From the construction of the fearsome ingenuities to their confrontation with grease and steel in apocalyptic rings, in a series not recommended for fans of ‘Short Circuit’.

Podcast: ‘Crimes. The musical’

El Extraordinario is a repository of excellent quality podcasts that so far only have three programs running, but all three are highly recommended. ‘Vacunas’ reviews the history of these drugs in an entertaining way, with a lot of data and an informative approach; ‘The fucking human condition’ talks about topics as varied as the echo, the smell or the garbage, often with very interesting scientific touches; but our favorite is’ Crimes. The musical ‘, a compilation of mythical crimes of the Spanish black chronicle, with an approximation between the sociological, the forensic and the morbid.

‘Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut’

A great opportunity to expand the experience of what was the last Playstation 4 blockbuster, an excellent adventure, with an impeccable atmosphere and aesthetics, which took the player to feudal Japan to face a historic Mongol invasion alone. This new version can be purchased independently or used to increase the initial game by 19.99 euros and includes, in addition to abundant technical improvements for PS5, a DLC with a new island with an additional eight hours of gameplay.

‘Twelve Minutes’

The indie sensation of the moment is this gem from the creative Luis Antonio and Annapurna Interactive in which, under the format of an interactive thriller, we will meet a man locked in an infinite time loop, in which he will have to navigate to solve a mystery because of which his wife has received a terrible beating. Accessible in terms of use, but with a convoluted solution, its enigmas will have you captivated for days.

‘Road 96’

The director of the remembered ‘Valiant Hearts’ presents an ambitious indie production in which you will have to hitch a ride from a sinister country. The novelty is that here roads and landscapes are procedurally generated, so no two trips are the same. Each trip or escape lasts between thirty and sixty minutes and will have to make decisions that affect means of transport, interactions with other characters and puzzles to be solved.

‘Axiom Verge 2’

Although it made its debut a couple of weeks ago, we can’t resist bringing this rabidly indie delicacy back (it is programmed, like its predecessor, by a single person, Thomas Happ) and that recovers the pixelated flavor of 16-bit adventures. With a typically metroidvania exploration mechanic, we leave the setting of furious science-fiction to enter a more dreamlike environment and typical of more suggestive fantasies, with jumps between real, virtual and dream worlds.

'Ghost of Tsushima', spoiler-free analysis: an atmospheric open world that shines thanks to its spectacular samurai combat system

‘UFO: Mythology of an emergency’ (Pablo Vergel and Félix Ruiz Herrera)

UFO

An essay that It does not intend to explain UFOs, but to delve into their mythology: what is behind our fascination with them? Why did they arise at a very specific and significant time in American history? What does the year 1947 mean? Are sightings no longer being experienced? For this, popular cases such as Kenneth Arnold, Adamsky, Shaver, Hill, Strieber, or Mothman are analyzed, in a fascinating journey through the impact of flying saucers on 20th century urban mythology.

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

‘Science fiction. Utopia and market ‘- Pablo Capanna

Screenshot 2021 08 20 To S 19 20 36

A historical book, Essential both for those interested in gender and for students of the history of cultural analysis. This volume was originally published in 1966 under the title ‘The sense of science fiction’ and was a pioneer in giving meaning, for the first time in Spanish, to a set of books that remained orphaned of global coherence and unitary meaning. This version is corrected and enlarged to adapt it to the new times.

Science fiction.  Utopia and market.

Science fiction. Utopia and market.

‘Golden Needles’ (Michael McDowell)

Unnamed 13

A dark fantasy (without overtly supernatural elements, but that are palpable in the environment) at the hands of the one who was a screenwriter for Tim Burton films like ‘Bitelchús’ or ‘Nightmare before Christmas’. Here we enter the so-called Black Triangle of New York, an area of ​​opium dens, seedy gambling dens and squalor, dominated by the Black matriarch Lena Shanks. But the ruthless Judge James Stallworth has decided that the time has come to end his empire of crime.

‘Herbert West – Fresh meat’ (Rodrigo López and LucianoSaracino)

Herbert West Fresh Meat

If, like us, you are devoted to the post-mortem outrages of HP Lovecraft’s most popular satirical creation, Dr. Herbert West (better known as El Reanimador), this comic created by two great figures of Latin American comics is for you. Drawing from the stories of Lovecraft, this volume takes up the iconic mad doctor to show again why it is not convenient to play God.

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

Alan Moore brings out the masked superheroes, Ryan Reynolds embarks on a wacky new comedy, ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ is extended with eight hours of extra gameplay, Herbert West never tires of reviving corpses. Let it not be said that because it is in August we are going to spend the weekend with our arms crossed.

‘The Show’

A overwhelming mix of comedy, magic and sheer eccentricity in what is the first original screenplay by master Alan Moore for film, that leaves no head puppet in an acid noir set in his eternal hometown of Northampton. Moore attacks even masked superheroes, how could it be less, with the story of a detective hired to find a missing jewel, a mission for which he will have to survive mobsters who practice voodoo and the occasional vampire. Available on Filmin until August 26.

‘Free Guy’

In the final stretch of a summer that little by little begins to resume the customs of the billboards full of great premieres, this Action comedy that satirizes all the clichés, customs and nonsense typical of video games. A kind of virtual ‘The Truman Show’ in which Ryan Reynolds is a secondary pupa in any video game who realizes his condition as an inhabitant of a world ruled by others and decides to take the reins.

‘Fabricated City’

Curiously in tune with ‘Free Guy’, this Korean production portrays a virtual world, but from the other side: that of a gamer of success who is actually an unemployed young man without much benefit. When he is mistakenly accused of robbing a bank, he will use his wits and that of his fellow digital wanderings to prove his innocence, in a hodgepodge of drama teen, comedy and action very Korean taste.

‘Battlebots’ (Season 1 and 2)

Tremendous robotic skirmishes in a mix of reality, contest and wrestling broadcast whose first two seasons (one of 6 and the other of 11 episodes) are now coming to Netflix. From the construction of the fearsome ingenuities to their confrontation with grease and steel in apocalyptic rings, in a series not recommended for fans of ‘Short Circuit’.

'Xenogenesis': James Cameron's 1978 short film that pre-dated 'Terminator', 'Avatar' and 'Aliens'

Podcast: ‘Crimes. The musical’

El Extraordinario is a repository of excellent quality podcasts that so far only have three programs running, but all three are highly recommended. ‘Vacunas’ reviews the history of these drugs in an entertaining way, with a lot of data and an informative approach; ‘The fucking human condition’ talks about topics as varied as the echo, the smell or the garbage, often with very interesting scientific touches; but our favorite is’ Crimes. The musical ‘, a compilation of mythical crimes of the Spanish black chronicle, with an approximation between the sociological, the forensic and the morbid.

‘Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut’

A great opportunity to expand the experience of what was the last Playstation 4 blockbuster, an excellent adventure, with an impeccable atmosphere and aesthetics, which took the player to feudal Japan to face a historic Mongol invasion alone. This new version can be purchased independently or used to increase the initial game by 19.99 euros and includes, in addition to abundant technical improvements for PS5, a DLC with a new island with an additional eight hours of gameplay.

‘Twelve Minutes’

The indie sensation of the moment is this gem from the creative Luis Antonio and Annapurna Interactive in which, under the format of an interactive thriller, we will meet a man locked in an infinite time loop, in which he will have to navigate to solve a mystery because of which his wife has received a terrible beating. Accessible in terms of use, but with a convoluted solution, its enigmas will have you captivated for days.

‘Road 96’

The director of the remembered ‘Valiant Hearts’ presents an ambitious indie production in which you will have to hitch a ride from a sinister country. The novelty is that here roads and landscapes are procedurally generated, so no two trips are the same. Each trip or escape lasts between thirty and sixty minutes and will have to make decisions that affect means of transport, interactions with other characters and puzzles to be solved.

‘Axiom Verge 2’

Although it made its debut a couple of weeks ago, we can’t resist bringing this rabidly indie delicacy back (it is programmed, like its predecessor, by a single person, Thomas Happ) and that recovers the pixelated flavor of 16-bit adventures. With a typically metroidvania exploration mechanic, we leave the setting of furious science-fiction to enter a more dreamlike environment and typical of more suggestive fantasies, with jumps between real, virtual and dream worlds.

'Ghost of Tsushima', spoiler-free analysis: an atmospheric open world that shines thanks to its spectacular samurai combat system

‘UFO: Mythology of an emergency’ (Pablo Vergel and Félix Ruiz Herrera)

UFO

An essay that It does not intend to explain UFOs, but to delve into their mythology: what is behind our fascination with them? Why did they arise at a very specific and significant time in American history? What does the year 1947 mean? Are sightings no longer being experienced? For this, popular cases such as Kenneth Arnold, Adamsky, Shaver, Hill, Strieber, or Mothman are analyzed, in a fascinating journey through the impact of flying saucers on 20th century urban mythology.

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

‘Science fiction. Utopia and market ‘- Pablo Capanna

Screenshot 2021 08 20 To S 19 20 36

A historical book, Essential both for those interested in gender and for students of the history of cultural analysis. This volume was originally published in 1966 under the title ‘The sense of science fiction’ and was a pioneer in giving meaning, for the first time in Spanish, to a set of books that remained orphaned of global coherence and unitary meaning. This version is corrected and enlarged to adapt it to the new times.

Science fiction.  Utopia and market.

Science fiction. Utopia and market.

‘Golden Needles’ (Michael McDowell)

Unnamed 13

A dark fantasy (without overtly supernatural elements, but that are palpable in the environment) at the hands of the one who was a screenwriter for Tim Burton films like ‘Bitelchús’ or ‘Nightmare before Christmas’. Here we enter the so-called Black Triangle of New York, an area of ​​opium dens, seedy gambling dens and squalor, dominated by the Black matriarch Lena Shanks. But the ruthless Judge James Stallworth has decided that the time has come to end his empire of crime.

‘Herbert West – Fresh meat’ (Rodrigo López and LucianoSaracino)

Herbert West Fresh Meat

If, like us, you are devoted to the post-mortem outrages of HP Lovecraft’s most popular satirical creation, Dr. Herbert West (better known as El Reanimador), this comic created by two great figures of Latin American comics is for you. Drawing from the stories of Lovecraft, this volume takes up the iconic mad doctor to show again why it is not convenient to play God.

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

Many Thanks To The Following Website For This Valuable Content.
‘Free Guy’, ‘Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut’, lovecraft and much more

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Alan Moore brings out the masked superheroes, Ryan Reynolds embarks on a wacky new comedy, ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ is extended with eight hours of extra gameplay, Herbert West never tires of reviving corpses. Let it not be said that because it is in August we are going to spend the weekend with our arms crossed.

‘The Show’

A overwhelming mix of comedy, magic and sheer eccentricity in what is the first original screenplay by master Alan Moore for film, that leaves no head puppet in an acid noir set in his eternal hometown of Northampton. Moore attacks even masked superheroes, how could it be less, with the story of a detective hired to find a missing jewel, a mission for which he will have to survive mobsters who practice voodoo and the occasional vampire. Available on Filmin until August 26.

‘Free Guy’

In the final stretch of a summer that little by little begins to resume the customs of the billboards full of great premieres, this Action comedy that satirizes all the clichés, customs and nonsense typical of video games. A kind of virtual ‘The Truman Show’ in which Ryan Reynolds is a secondary pupa in any video game who realizes his condition as an inhabitant of a world ruled by others and decides to take the reins.

‘Fabricated City’

Curiously in tune with ‘Free Guy’, this Korean production portrays a virtual world, but from the other side: that of a gamer of success who is actually an unemployed young man without much benefit. When he is mistakenly accused of robbing a bank, he will use his wits and that of his fellow digital wanderings to prove his innocence, in a hodgepodge of drama teen, comedy and action very Korean taste.

‘Battlebots’ (Season 1 and 2)

Tremendous robotic skirmishes in a mix of reality, contest and wrestling broadcast whose first two seasons (one of 6 and the other of 11 episodes) are now coming to Netflix. From the construction of the fearsome ingenuities to their confrontation with grease and steel in apocalyptic rings, in a series not recommended for fans of ‘Short Circuit’.

Podcast: ‘Crimes. The musical’

El Extraordinario is a repository of excellent quality podcasts that so far only have three programs running, but all three are highly recommended. ‘Vacunas’ reviews the history of these drugs in an entertaining way, with a lot of data and an informative approach; ‘The fucking human condition’ talks about topics as varied as the echo, the smell or the garbage, often with very interesting scientific touches; but our favorite is’ Crimes. The musical ‘, a compilation of mythical crimes of the Spanish black chronicle, with an approximation between the sociological, the forensic and the morbid.

‘Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut’

A great opportunity to expand the experience of what was the last Playstation 4 blockbuster, an excellent adventure, with an impeccable atmosphere and aesthetics, which took the player to feudal Japan to face a historic Mongol invasion alone. This new version can be purchased independently or used to increase the initial game by 19.99 euros and includes, in addition to abundant technical improvements for PS5, a DLC with a new island with an additional eight hours of gameplay.

‘Twelve Minutes’

The indie sensation of the moment is this gem from the creative Luis Antonio and Annapurna Interactive in which, under the format of an interactive thriller, we will meet a man locked in an infinite time loop, in which he will have to navigate to solve a mystery because of which his wife has received a terrible beating. Accessible in terms of use, but with a convoluted solution, its enigmas will have you captivated for days.

‘Road 96’

The director of the remembered ‘Valiant Hearts’ presents an ambitious indie production in which you will have to hitch a ride from a sinister country. The novelty is that here roads and landscapes are procedurally generated, so no two trips are the same. Each trip or escape lasts between thirty and sixty minutes and will have to make decisions that affect means of transport, interactions with other characters and puzzles to be solved.

‘Axiom Verge 2’

Although it made its debut a couple of weeks ago, we can’t resist bringing this rabidly indie delicacy back (it is programmed, like its predecessor, by a single person, Thomas Happ) and that recovers the pixelated flavor of 16-bit adventures. With a typically metroidvania exploration mechanic, we leave the setting of furious science-fiction to enter a more dreamlike environment and typical of more suggestive fantasies, with jumps between real, virtual and dream worlds.

'Ghost of Tsushima', spoiler-free analysis: an atmospheric open world that shines thanks to its spectacular samurai combat system

‘UFO: Mythology of an emergency’ (Pablo Vergel and Félix Ruiz Herrera)

UFO

An essay that It does not intend to explain UFOs, but to delve into their mythology: what is behind our fascination with them? Why did they arise at a very specific and significant time in American history? What does the year 1947 mean? Are sightings no longer being experienced? For this, popular cases such as Kenneth Arnold, Adamsky, Shaver, Hill, Strieber, or Mothman are analyzed, in a fascinating journey through the impact of flying saucers on 20th century urban mythology.

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

‘Science fiction. Utopia and market ‘- Pablo Capanna

Screenshot 2021 08 20 To S 19 20 36

A historical book, Essential both for those interested in gender and for students of the history of cultural analysis. This volume was originally published in 1966 under the title ‘The sense of science fiction’ and was a pioneer in giving meaning, for the first time in Spanish, to a set of books that remained orphaned of global coherence and unitary meaning. This version is corrected and enlarged to adapt it to the new times.

Science fiction.  Utopia and market.

Science fiction. Utopia and market.

‘Golden Needles’ (Michael McDowell)

Unnamed 13

A dark fantasy (without overtly supernatural elements, but that are palpable in the environment) at the hands of the one who was a screenwriter for Tim Burton films like ‘Bitelchús’ or ‘Nightmare before Christmas’. Here we enter the so-called Black Triangle of New York, an area of ​​opium dens, seedy gambling dens and squalor, dominated by the Black matriarch Lena Shanks. But the ruthless Judge James Stallworth has decided that the time has come to end his empire of crime.

‘Herbert West – Fresh meat’ (Rodrigo López and LucianoSaracino)

Herbert West Fresh Meat

If, like us, you are devoted to the post-mortem outrages of HP Lovecraft’s most popular satirical creation, Dr. Herbert West (better known as El Reanimador), this comic created by two great figures of Latin American comics is for you. Drawing from the stories of Lovecraft, this volume takes up the iconic mad doctor to show again why it is not convenient to play God.

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

Alan Moore brings out the masked superheroes, Ryan Reynolds embarks on a wacky new comedy, ‘Ghost of Tsushima’ is extended with eight hours of extra gameplay, Herbert West never tires of reviving corpses. Let it not be said that because it is in August we are going to spend the weekend with our arms crossed.

‘The Show’

A overwhelming mix of comedy, magic and sheer eccentricity in what is the first original screenplay by master Alan Moore for film, that leaves no head puppet in an acid noir set in his eternal hometown of Northampton. Moore attacks even masked superheroes, how could it be less, with the story of a detective hired to find a missing jewel, a mission for which he will have to survive mobsters who practice voodoo and the occasional vampire. Available on Filmin until August 26.

‘Free Guy’

In the final stretch of a summer that little by little begins to resume the customs of the billboards full of great premieres, this Action comedy that satirizes all the clichés, customs and nonsense typical of video games. A kind of virtual ‘The Truman Show’ in which Ryan Reynolds is a secondary pupa in any video game who realizes his condition as an inhabitant of a world ruled by others and decides to take the reins.

‘Fabricated City’

Curiously in tune with ‘Free Guy’, this Korean production portrays a virtual world, but from the other side: that of a gamer of success who is actually an unemployed young man without much benefit. When he is mistakenly accused of robbing a bank, he will use his wits and that of his fellow digital wanderings to prove his innocence, in a hodgepodge of drama teen, comedy and action very Korean taste.

‘Battlebots’ (Season 1 and 2)

Tremendous robotic skirmishes in a mix of reality, contest and wrestling broadcast whose first two seasons (one of 6 and the other of 11 episodes) are now coming to Netflix. From the construction of the fearsome ingenuities to their confrontation with grease and steel in apocalyptic rings, in a series not recommended for fans of ‘Short Circuit’.

'Xenogenesis': James Cameron's 1978 short film that pre-dated 'Terminator', 'Avatar' and 'Aliens'

Podcast: ‘Crimes. The musical’

El Extraordinario is a repository of excellent quality podcasts that so far only have three programs running, but all three are highly recommended. ‘Vacunas’ reviews the history of these drugs in an entertaining way, with a lot of data and an informative approach; ‘The fucking human condition’ talks about topics as varied as the echo, the smell or the garbage, often with very interesting scientific touches; but our favorite is’ Crimes. The musical ‘, a compilation of mythical crimes of the Spanish black chronicle, with an approximation between the sociological, the forensic and the morbid.

‘Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut’

A great opportunity to expand the experience of what was the last Playstation 4 blockbuster, an excellent adventure, with an impeccable atmosphere and aesthetics, which took the player to feudal Japan to face a historic Mongol invasion alone. This new version can be purchased independently or used to increase the initial game by 19.99 euros and includes, in addition to abundant technical improvements for PS5, a DLC with a new island with an additional eight hours of gameplay.

‘Twelve Minutes’

The indie sensation of the moment is this gem from the creative Luis Antonio and Annapurna Interactive in which, under the format of an interactive thriller, we will meet a man locked in an infinite time loop, in which he will have to navigate to solve a mystery because of which his wife has received a terrible beating. Accessible in terms of use, but with a convoluted solution, its enigmas will have you captivated for days.

‘Road 96’

The director of the remembered ‘Valiant Hearts’ presents an ambitious indie production in which you will have to hitch a ride from a sinister country. The novelty is that here roads and landscapes are procedurally generated, so no two trips are the same. Each trip or escape lasts between thirty and sixty minutes and will have to make decisions that affect means of transport, interactions with other characters and puzzles to be solved.

‘Axiom Verge 2’

Although it made its debut a couple of weeks ago, we can’t resist bringing this rabidly indie delicacy back (it is programmed, like its predecessor, by a single person, Thomas Happ) and that recovers the pixelated flavor of 16-bit adventures. With a typically metroidvania exploration mechanic, we leave the setting of furious science-fiction to enter a more dreamlike environment and typical of more suggestive fantasies, with jumps between real, virtual and dream worlds.

'Ghost of Tsushima', spoiler-free analysis: an atmospheric open world that shines thanks to its spectacular samurai combat system

‘UFO: Mythology of an emergency’ (Pablo Vergel and Félix Ruiz Herrera)

UFO

An essay that It does not intend to explain UFOs, but to delve into their mythology: what is behind our fascination with them? Why did they arise at a very specific and significant time in American history? What does the year 1947 mean? Are sightings no longer being experienced? For this, popular cases such as Kenneth Arnold, Adamsky, Shaver, Hill, Strieber, or Mothman are analyzed, in a fascinating journey through the impact of flying saucers on 20th century urban mythology.

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

UFO: Mythology of an Emergency

‘Science fiction. Utopia and market ‘- Pablo Capanna

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A historical book, Essential both for those interested in gender and for students of the history of cultural analysis. This volume was originally published in 1966 under the title ‘The sense of science fiction’ and was a pioneer in giving meaning, for the first time in Spanish, to a set of books that remained orphaned of global coherence and unitary meaning. This version is corrected and enlarged to adapt it to the new times.

Science fiction.  Utopia and market.

Science fiction. Utopia and market.

‘Golden Needles’ (Michael McDowell)

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A dark fantasy (without overtly supernatural elements, but that are palpable in the environment) at the hands of the one who was a screenwriter for Tim Burton films like ‘Bitelchús’ or ‘Nightmare before Christmas’. Here we enter the so-called Black Triangle of New York, an area of ​​opium dens, seedy gambling dens and squalor, dominated by the Black matriarch Lena Shanks. But the ruthless Judge James Stallworth has decided that the time has come to end his empire of crime.

‘Herbert West – Fresh meat’ (Rodrigo López and LucianoSaracino)

Herbert West Fresh Meat

If, like us, you are devoted to the post-mortem outrages of HP Lovecraft’s most popular satirical creation, Dr. Herbert West (better known as El Reanimador), this comic created by two great figures of Latin American comics is for you. Drawing from the stories of Lovecraft, this volume takes up the iconic mad doctor to show again why it is not convenient to play God.

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

HERBERT WEST: Dead Meat

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‘Free Guy’, ‘Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut’, lovecraft and much more

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1633166754) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(100) "Elon Musk and Grimes ended their marriage, these were the millionaire’s previous romances | People" ["link"]=> string(132) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/elon-musk-and-grimes-ended-their-marriage-these-were-the-millionaires-previous-romances-people/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 02 Oct 2021 09:10:11 +0000" ["category"]=> string(79) "Influential PeopleElonEndedGrimesmarriagemillionairesMuskPeoplePreviousromances" ["guid"]=> string(132) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/elon-musk-and-grimes-ended-their-marriage-these-were-the-millionaires-previous-romances-people/" ["description"]=> string(740) "The tech leader has been divorced three times. After three years of relationship, the marriage between the Ukrainian-Canadian singer Grimes and the founder of Tesla, PayPal and the SpaceX firm Elon Musk, came to an end. The couple share a son who is the sixth of Musk’s children, but the love bond is broken, according ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7451) "

The tech leader has been divorced three times.

After three years of relationship, the marriage between the Ukrainian-Canadian singer Grimes and the founder of Tesla, PayPal and the SpaceX firm Elon Musk, came to an end. The couple share a son who is the sixth of Musk’s children, but the love bond is broken, according to Page Six sources. However, this is not the first time it has happened in the life of the billionaire.

Learn about the 49-year-old tech visionary’s previous romances and what happened to them below:

Four key elements of Elon Musk’s personality that have led to his success

The businessman’s first wife was Justine Wilson, whom he met at Queen’s University in Ontario. In 2000 they married, and two years later they had their first child, whom they named Nevada Alexander Musk. However, her firstborn died at 10 weeks of age from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Later, the couple became parents again and had five children in total; twins and triplets. But the marriage failed to move forward and they parted ways in 2008 on bad terms. In the same year the magnate met his second wife.

After the separation with Justine, he came to the life of the billionaire Talulah Riley, just 20 years old in 2008, the same one who would become his second wife. Although in several statements, they claimed to be very good friends, the romance failed and they separated more than once.

The couple married in 2010 and ended their marriage. for the first time two years later, something that Musk himself made public when he tweeted: “It was an incredible four years. I will love you forever ”, which translated into Spanish would be:“ They were four incredible years. I will love you forever. You will make someone very happy one day. “

After his first divorce in 2010, the businessman dedicated a few words to Riley via Twitter. Image taken from Daily Mail.

In 2013 the couple decided to give themselves a new chance and remarried, but a year later it was the businessman who filed for divorce but withdrew the lawsuit and finally in 2016 it was Riley who decided to separate permanently.

In social networks, both characters had a lot of chemistry and did not hesitate to mention each other in thoughts, jokes, anecdotes and more.

According to the Daily Mail portal, Musk called Riley the “polar opposite” of his first wife, who had written extensively on his blog about the bitter terms of their divorce.

Amber Heard.

Third and before Grimes, the businessman had a fleeting affair with the actress Amber Heard, Johnny Deep’s ex-wife, in 2016. However, the distance and intense schedules of the two made it impossible for the romance to bear fruit and they broke up a year later. (E)

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" } ["summary"]=> string(740) "The tech leader has been divorced three times. After three years of relationship, the marriage between the Ukrainian-Canadian singer Grimes and the founder of Tesla, PayPal and the SpaceX firm Elon Musk, came to an end. The couple share a son who is the sixth of Musk’s children, but the love bond is broken, according ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7451) "

The tech leader has been divorced three times.

After three years of relationship, the marriage between the Ukrainian-Canadian singer Grimes and the founder of Tesla, PayPal and the SpaceX firm Elon Musk, came to an end. The couple share a son who is the sixth of Musk’s children, but the love bond is broken, according to Page Six sources. However, this is not the first time it has happened in the life of the billionaire.

Learn about the 49-year-old tech visionary’s previous romances and what happened to them below:

Four key elements of Elon Musk’s personality that have led to his success

The businessman’s first wife was Justine Wilson, whom he met at Queen’s University in Ontario. In 2000 they married, and two years later they had their first child, whom they named Nevada Alexander Musk. However, her firstborn died at 10 weeks of age from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Later, the couple became parents again and had five children in total; twins and triplets. But the marriage failed to move forward and they parted ways in 2008 on bad terms. In the same year the magnate met his second wife.

After the separation with Justine, he came to the life of the billionaire Talulah Riley, just 20 years old in 2008, the same one who would become his second wife. Although in several statements, they claimed to be very good friends, the romance failed and they separated more than once.

The couple married in 2010 and ended their marriage. for the first time two years later, something that Musk himself made public when he tweeted: “It was an incredible four years. I will love you forever ”, which translated into Spanish would be:“ They were four incredible years. I will love you forever. You will make someone very happy one day. “

After his first divorce in 2010, the businessman dedicated a few words to Riley via Twitter. Image taken from Daily Mail.

In 2013 the couple decided to give themselves a new chance and remarried, but a year later it was the businessman who filed for divorce but withdrew the lawsuit and finally in 2016 it was Riley who decided to separate permanently.

In social networks, both characters had a lot of chemistry and did not hesitate to mention each other in thoughts, jokes, anecdotes and more.

According to the Daily Mail portal, Musk called Riley the “polar opposite” of his first wife, who had written extensively on his blog about the bitter terms of their divorce.

Amber Heard.

Third and before Grimes, the businessman had a fleeting affair with the actress Amber Heard, Johnny Deep’s ex-wife, in 2016. However, the distance and intense schedules of the two made it impossible for the romance to bear fruit and they broke up a year later. (E)

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1633165811) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(88) "Shinedown Movie ‘Attention, Attention’ Acquired By Gravitas Ventures – EzAnime.net" ["link"]=> string(115) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/shinedown-movie-attention-attention-acquired-by-gravitas-ventures-ezanime-net/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 02 Oct 2021 09:05:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(67) "Movie NewsAcquiredAttentionEzAnimenetGravitasmovieShinedownVentures" ["guid"]=> string(115) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/shinedown-movie-attention-attention-acquired-by-gravitas-ventures-ezanime-net/" ["description"]=> string(751) "Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios Company, has acquired the worldwide distribution rights of SHINE DOWNmovie of “Attention attention”, a cinematic experience from the 2018 studio album by the band of the same name. Directed by Bill Yukich and with members of the band Brent Smith (voice), Zach Myers (guitar), Eric Bass (low, production) and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4973) "

Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios Company, has acquired the worldwide distribution rights of SHINE DOWNmovie of “Attention attention”, a cinematic experience from the 2018 studio album by the band of the same name. Directed by Bill Yukich and with members of the band Brent Smith (voice), Zach Myers (guitar), Eric Bass (low, production) and Barry Kerch (drums) together with actresses Francesca Eastwood and Melora Walters, Gravitas Ventures release “Attention attention” on cable and digital VOD on September 3, 2021.

SHINE DOWN invites viewers into the world of “Attention attention” in his new film, bringing to life the story of the acclaimed chart-topping album, which simultaneously reached # 1 on BillboardThe Alternative, Top Rock and Hard Rock album charts, debuted in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 and has amassed more than 355 million views worldwide. A stunning work of sound and visual art, the film weaves together the album’s 14 songs in a provocative, visceral, and exhilarating journey that takes viewers on a psychological, emotional, and physical journey from life’s lowest lows to life’s lowest highs. high. As anxieties dissipate and demons disappear, what emerges is a powerful and lasting statement about humanity, overcoming struggles, the importance of mental health, not being afraid of failure, and the determination of the human spirit.

«When we create ‘Attention attention’, our vision was always to present the message as a sound and visual experience. We are very proud of what we create and are beyond excited to partner with Gravitas Ventures to finally bring the film in its entirety to the world, “he said. SHINE DOWN.

«‘Attention attention’ the movie is where the songs on the album come together with people that this music has had a profound impact on. What begins with so many stories, many voices, becomes a message, one voice among many. Years in the making, I am more than happy to be able to share this vision, which was inspired by this incredible band, ”said the director. Bill Yukich.

«SHINE DOWN I found the ideal director in Bill Yukich to turn his acclaimed album into a dynamic cinematic experience. It is a testament to their continued innovation as artists, and we look forward to presenting the film to audiences around the world, “he said. Tony Piantedosi, vice president of acquisitions at Gravitas Ventures.

Gravitas Ventures vice president of acquisitions Tony Piantedosi negotiated the deal with Billy Offer and Nick Shumaker from Agencia United Talent.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(751) "Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios Company, has acquired the worldwide distribution rights of SHINE DOWNmovie of “Attention attention”, a cinematic experience from the 2018 studio album by the band of the same name. Directed by Bill Yukich and with members of the band Brent Smith (voice), Zach Myers (guitar), Eric Bass (low, production) and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4973) "

Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios Company, has acquired the worldwide distribution rights of SHINE DOWNmovie of “Attention attention”, a cinematic experience from the 2018 studio album by the band of the same name. Directed by Bill Yukich and with members of the band Brent Smith (voice), Zach Myers (guitar), Eric Bass (low, production) and Barry Kerch (drums) together with actresses Francesca Eastwood and Melora Walters, Gravitas Ventures release “Attention attention” on cable and digital VOD on September 3, 2021.

SHINE DOWN invites viewers into the world of “Attention attention” in his new film, bringing to life the story of the acclaimed chart-topping album, which simultaneously reached # 1 on BillboardThe Alternative, Top Rock and Hard Rock album charts, debuted in the Top 5 on the Billboard 200 and has amassed more than 355 million views worldwide. A stunning work of sound and visual art, the film weaves together the album’s 14 songs in a provocative, visceral, and exhilarating journey that takes viewers on a psychological, emotional, and physical journey from life’s lowest lows to life’s lowest highs. high. As anxieties dissipate and demons disappear, what emerges is a powerful and lasting statement about humanity, overcoming struggles, the importance of mental health, not being afraid of failure, and the determination of the human spirit.

«When we create ‘Attention attention’, our vision was always to present the message as a sound and visual experience. We are very proud of what we create and are beyond excited to partner with Gravitas Ventures to finally bring the film in its entirety to the world, “he said. SHINE DOWN.

«‘Attention attention’ the movie is where the songs on the album come together with people that this music has had a profound impact on. What begins with so many stories, many voices, becomes a message, one voice among many. Years in the making, I am more than happy to be able to share this vision, which was inspired by this incredible band, ”said the director. Bill Yukich.

«SHINE DOWN I found the ideal director in Bill Yukich to turn his acclaimed album into a dynamic cinematic experience. It is a testament to their continued innovation as artists, and we look forward to presenting the film to audiences around the world, “he said. Tony Piantedosi, vice president of acquisitions at Gravitas Ventures.

Gravitas Ventures vice president of acquisitions Tony Piantedosi negotiated the deal with Billy Offer and Nick Shumaker from Agencia United Talent.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1633165508) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(139) "Rihanna confirms with ‘Savage x Fenty Vol. 3’ that there is always a place for people in fashion and music – decodethenewspodcast.com" ["link"]=> string(166) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/rihanna-confirms-with-savage-x-fenty-vol-3-that-there-is-always-a-place-for-people-in-fashion-and-music-decodethenewspodcast-com/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 02 Oct 2021 08:44:25 +0000" ["category"]=> string(85) "Movie NewsconfirmsdecodethenewspodcastcomFashionFentyMusicPeoplePlaceRihannaSavageVol" ["guid"]=> string(166) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/rihanna-confirms-with-savage-x-fenty-vol-3-that-there-is-always-a-place-for-people-in-fashion-and-music-decodethenewspodcast-com/" ["description"]=> string(828) "Artists have not resisted taking a leap into the business world, however, only a few managed to make their mark and merge it with the element that brought them to the top: music. A clear example of this is Rihanna. On September 24, the singer from Barbados premiered the show ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3‘, an ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5402) "

Artists have not resisted taking a leap into the business world, however, only a few managed to make their mark and merge it with the element that brought them to the top: music. A clear example of this is Rihanna. On September 24, the singer from Barbados premiered the show ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3‘, an unusual parade where Riri vindicated lingerie through a musical show, as well as showing that everything she touches becomes a work of art.

It was in 2018 that Rihanna celebrated the success of her beauty line, Fenty Beauty, with the announcement of the launch of a collection of women’s underwear. The brand would have a clear statement: “no matter what you are, Savage x Fenty, is for you”. And in case their message had not remained long enough, as well as to promote it, they did a show — never seen before in the industry — because it unites fashion, dance, music, art and life in one.

Rihanna proves lingerie should be inclusive like music in ‘Savage x Fenty Vol. 3’

For your recent ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3’, the singer chose the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in Los Angeles to mount her 50-minute show that takes place between the corridors, floors and the elevator, which work to separate the different segments of the show. The first part of the show starts with the ‘top model’ Cindy Crawford and the singer Jade novah, who give a nod to the sensuality and diversity that we will see throughout the film.

Throughout the show we will see well-known faces from the entertainment world, however, what stands out the most is the wide variety of musical proposals that enliven the event, such as Nas, Ricky Martin, Jasmine Sullivan, Daddy Yankee and Normani. For me, the incorporation of reggaeton, pop, R&B and soul in the ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3‘is the way that Rihanna conveys his ideology that everyone is welcome within his collection.

Instagram @savagexfenty

In music we will always find a song, band or singer that goes more with our way of thinking, and Rihanna wanted to do the same not only with this collection, but also with her entire line of lingerie. In the ‘Savage x Fenty Vol. 3’, both women, men and ‘genderqueer’ people will fulfill the desire to feel comfortable, safe and sexy when it comes to wearing underwear. And being sincere, who would not like to have the security that the interpreter of “SM” transmits.

Instagram @savagexfenty

Why is ‘Savage x Fenty Vol. 3’ different from Victoria’s Secret shows?

I remember that, in my adolescence, I used to sit every year to watch the parades of Victoria Secret In order to appreciate the guest stars’ performance, however, most of these performances caused guilt and discomfort in me. These sensations were not due to the performance of the artist, much less the models, but were due to the organization and the lack of visibility of real bodies.

I have always been a woman with wide hips and a belly. And yes, for many years I faced criticism or unsolicited comments about “If you lose more weight you would be more …”. So watching the Victoria’s Secret shows turned out to be a masochistic experience for me because on the one hand I enjoyed singing the songs of Selena Gomez — which was part of FashionShow 2015—, but on the other, I just wondered “Will I ever have the body of? Adriana Lima?”.

Instagram @savagexfenty

With the arrival of the shows of ‘Savage x Fenty ‘from the hand of Rihanna, those thoughts vanished from my head when it was time to enjoy a lingerie show and the accompanying musical show. I also discovered that anyone can dance and model regardless of their body size or shape. Compared to the Victoria Secret shows, the RiRi show is very clear that all bodies are pieces of art regardless of their appearance. Do not forget to follow us on the social networks of Sónica.mx!

.

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" } ["summary"]=> string(828) "Artists have not resisted taking a leap into the business world, however, only a few managed to make their mark and merge it with the element that brought them to the top: music. A clear example of this is Rihanna. On September 24, the singer from Barbados premiered the show ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3‘, an ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5402) "

Artists have not resisted taking a leap into the business world, however, only a few managed to make their mark and merge it with the element that brought them to the top: music. A clear example of this is Rihanna. On September 24, the singer from Barbados premiered the show ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3‘, an unusual parade where Riri vindicated lingerie through a musical show, as well as showing that everything she touches becomes a work of art.

It was in 2018 that Rihanna celebrated the success of her beauty line, Fenty Beauty, with the announcement of the launch of a collection of women’s underwear. The brand would have a clear statement: “no matter what you are, Savage x Fenty, is for you”. And in case their message had not remained long enough, as well as to promote it, they did a show — never seen before in the industry — because it unites fashion, dance, music, art and life in one.

Rihanna proves lingerie should be inclusive like music in ‘Savage x Fenty Vol. 3’

For your recent ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3’, the singer chose the Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites in Los Angeles to mount her 50-minute show that takes place between the corridors, floors and the elevator, which work to separate the different segments of the show. The first part of the show starts with the ‘top model’ Cindy Crawford and the singer Jade novah, who give a nod to the sensuality and diversity that we will see throughout the film.

Throughout the show we will see well-known faces from the entertainment world, however, what stands out the most is the wide variety of musical proposals that enliven the event, such as Nas, Ricky Martin, Jasmine Sullivan, Daddy Yankee and Normani. For me, the incorporation of reggaeton, pop, R&B and soul in the ‘Savage x Fenty Vol.3‘is the way that Rihanna conveys his ideology that everyone is welcome within his collection.

Instagram @savagexfenty

In music we will always find a song, band or singer that goes more with our way of thinking, and Rihanna wanted to do the same not only with this collection, but also with her entire line of lingerie. In the ‘Savage x Fenty Vol. 3’, both women, men and ‘genderqueer’ people will fulfill the desire to feel comfortable, safe and sexy when it comes to wearing underwear. And being sincere, who would not like to have the security that the interpreter of “SM” transmits.

Instagram @savagexfenty

Why is ‘Savage x Fenty Vol. 3’ different from Victoria’s Secret shows?

I remember that, in my adolescence, I used to sit every year to watch the parades of Victoria Secret In order to appreciate the guest stars’ performance, however, most of these performances caused guilt and discomfort in me. These sensations were not due to the performance of the artist, much less the models, but were due to the organization and the lack of visibility of real bodies.

I have always been a woman with wide hips and a belly. And yes, for many years I faced criticism or unsolicited comments about “If you lose more weight you would be more …”. So watching the Victoria’s Secret shows turned out to be a masochistic experience for me because on the one hand I enjoyed singing the songs of Selena Gomez — which was part of FashionShow 2015—, but on the other, I just wondered “Will I ever have the body of? Adriana Lima?”.

Instagram @savagexfenty

With the arrival of the shows of ‘Savage x Fenty ‘from the hand of Rihanna, those thoughts vanished from my head when it was time to enjoy a lingerie show and the accompanying musical show. I also discovered that anyone can dance and model regardless of their body size or shape. Compared to the Victoria Secret shows, the RiRi show is very clear that all bodies are pieces of art regardless of their appearance. Do not forget to follow us on the social networks of Sónica.mx!

.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1633164265) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(59) "Little women as a myth and the reason for the film versions" ["link"]=> string(97) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/little-women-as-a-myth-and-the-reason-for-the-film-versions/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 02 Oct 2021 08:38:54 +0000" ["category"]=> string(40) "UncategorizedfilmmythReasonversionsWomen" ["guid"]=> string(97) "https://dispensary-business-news.com/little-women-as-a-myth-and-the-reason-for-the-film-versions/" ["description"]=> string(597) "The film versions (remakes in lingo) are as old as the cinema itself. For example, when the work of one of its pioneers The Great Train Robbery (Edwin S. Porter, 1903) had a first unauthorized version the year after its release. It is important to differentiate the remakes of the sagas like that of Star ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(17383) "

The film versions (remakes in lingo) are as old as the cinema itself. For example, when the work of one of its pioneers The Great Train Robbery (Edwin S. Porter, 1903) had a first unauthorized version the year after its release. It is important to differentiate the remakes of the sagas like that of Star Wars: They are not prequels or sequels, but reissues of the same story directed and performed by different artists at different times.

These days it just premiered Little women, the most recent example of this endless chain made up of almost identical links. If we search for “little women” on IMDB, the most influential database of audiovisual works, we will obtain a long dozen of film, television and transmedia versions. In spite of this, surely this article will receive a comment in which it will be warned that “it contains spoilers” (¡?).

Often the reason for each new release is to minimize financial risks, as these are stories that are known to work, thus saving on the initial investment. Or it is a question of reissuing them through new technologies, or of promoting new actors or directors. Also to pick up the Zeitgeist (spirit of the age) as now with feminism. But all this does not explain the anthropological meaning of this phenomenon of reissues. That is why I propose a different approach to the phenomenon of film versions, putting it in relation to the structure of myths.

Cartel de Mujercitas (Greta Gerwig, 2019). Regency Enterprises / Paramount / Pascal Pictures

How does a romantic melodrama of youth literature cross generations and fashions? What is the meaning of its endless adaptation to each new age and environment? These and other issues will be discussed in 2020 at a congress dedicated to the author of the homonymous novel on which it is based. Little women, Louisa May Alcott, in which yes, feminism will also be discussed. But here I invite you to reflect from the text itself, without prejudice.

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On Little womenIn a certain sense, a reflection is proposed on our need, as readers / spectators, to repeatedly return to the stories that we know from three elements.

In the first place, the protagonist, Josephine “Jo” March (Saoirse Ronan) –who is also the narrator and a transcript of both the novelist and the director of the film– writes short stories of “love and thunder” that her editor cuts by animating her that they look like or are versions of the stories that your readers already know.

Mujercitas (2019). Regency Enterprises / Paramount / Pascal Pictures.

Little Women (1994). Columbia / DiNovi Pictures

Little Women (1949). MGM / Warner

The second element is related to the first, because when towards the end of the film Jo writes her first novel, it is no longer just another story, but rather exudes the unique, dramatic and exciting story of her family. And, despite this, its editor and its audience still hope to recognize the same old story there, in this case, symbolized in the fact that the protagonist ends up getting married, as it will eventually happen. It is a question, then, of protecting the emotion of the reader / viewer, which crystallizes in that iconic image of the lovers kissing “under the umbrella” that gives the title to the penultimate chapter of the story and that Jo lives simultaneously, as if the book were a version of his life and vice versa. Thus, this reader-viewer feels safe to live a story in which he can recognize himself, like the child who, before falling asleep, only accepts to listen to the same story over and over again without the parents changing a single comma to do so. ensure the truthful reissue of your emotion.

The sweet monotony of the versions

Thirdly, we have a more subtle reference linked to the narrative structure of the film, which, furthermore, is not found in the original novel – nor surely in any of the other versions of the film. I am referring to the sequence, halfway through the story, in which we witness scenes from childhood on the beach. At the end of this segment we begin to hear the voice and off of Jo reciting a few lines from the book The Mill on the Floss that George Elliot (with whom Alcott bears many similarities) wrote in 1860, that is, a year before this chronological moment in the childhood of Little women:

“We could never have loved the earth so well if we had had no childhood in it, if it were not the earth where the same flowers come up again every spring that we used to gather with our tiny fingers…”

(Greta Gerwig, guion original, 2018, p. 71).

“We could not love the earth so much if we had not lived our childhood in it, if it were not the same land where every spring the same flowers grew that we picked with our tiny fingers …”.

Those same flowers that, since childhood, grow every spring are the versions of the same stories that move us and that we are willing to experience again, although we know perfectly their color, their aroma and… their thorns.

Jo y Beth en la playa. Regency Enterprises / Paramount / Pascal Pictures

Without a solution of continuity, he jumps to the present of the story, 1869; again we are on the beach and Jo reads that same novel to Beth, that is, the scene is reedited, but now there are only the two of them and we see the book in her hands. Jo reads almost from the same paragraph:

“What novelty is worth that sweet monotony where everything is known and loved because it is known?” (to Beth) How great is that?!“

“What novelty can be compared to this sweet monotony in which everything is known and loved, precisely because it is known? (To Beth) What a great phrase!”

Indeed, in the face of contemporary fear of spoiler, that is to say, of the immediate dissatisfaction resulting from the empty novelty, there are certain texts, especially those that most help us to build our subjectivity, that awaken the curiosity of our unconscious where everything becomes known, an epic that does not reside in surprise, but in recognition and in that sweet monotony.

The need for myth

The novel on which it is based Little women It begins with a phrase –which is also pronounced by Jo in the film– that places us directly in the wake of the myth and brings us fully into a conflict stemming from the ephemerality of repetition: “Christmas will not be Christmas without gifts”.

Already in the film, a little later, Jo attends a representation of Twelfth Night (King’s Night, W. Shakespeare, 1601) in which the love triangle and the happy ending that occurs in Little women… We could continue with many more clues and allusions similar to actions than must be repeated and that they tell us about a great script in Little women, since most are original contributions regarding the novel.

Therefore, to finish, I suggest you think about these reissues in relation to myths, understood as those stories that, beyond their greater or lesser factual veracity, are, as Mircea Eliade would say (in his book Myth and reality), true. In this sense, Jesús González Requena has pointed out how “the characteristic of mythical stories is, precisely, to tell what needs to happen”.

Here the final scene in which the March family throws Jo to the station in pursuit of her lover Friedrich (Louis Garrel) takes on all its meaning. We can say, then, that it was necessary for that to happen, as well as the reissues of the classic or mythical stories that, cyclically, feed our imaginary.The Conversation

Lorenzo Javier Torres Hortelano, Professor of the Faculty of Communication Sciences, Rey Juan Carlos University
This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original.

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Little women as a myth and the reason for the film versions

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The film versions (remakes in lingo) are as old as the cinema itself. For example, when the work of one of its pioneers The Great Train Robbery (Edwin S. Porter, 1903) had a first unauthorized version the year after its release. It is important to differentiate the remakes of the sagas like that of Star Wars: They are not prequels or sequels, but reissues of the same story directed and performed by different artists at different times.

These days it just premiered Little women, the most recent example of this endless chain made up of almost identical links. If we search for “little women” on IMDB, the most influential database of audiovisual works, we will obtain a long dozen of film, television and transmedia versions. In spite of this, surely this article will receive a comment in which it will be warned that “it contains spoilers” (¡?).

Often the reason for each new release is to minimize financial risks, as these are stories that are known to work, thus saving on the initial investment. Or it is a question of reissuing them through new technologies, or of promoting new actors or directors. Also to pick up the Zeitgeist (spirit of the age) as now with feminism. But all this does not explain the anthropological meaning of this phenomenon of reissues. That is why I propose a different approach to the phenomenon of film versions, putting it in relation to the structure of myths.

Cartel de Mujercitas (Greta Gerwig, 2019). Regency Enterprises / Paramount / Pascal Pictures

How does a romantic melodrama of youth literature cross generations and fashions? What is the meaning of its endless adaptation to each new age and environment? These and other issues will be discussed in 2020 at a congress dedicated to the author of the homonymous novel on which it is based. Little women, Louisa May Alcott, in which yes, feminism will also be discussed. But here I invite you to reflect from the text itself, without prejudice.

Metaversion

On Little womenIn a certain sense, a reflection is proposed on our need, as readers / spectators, to repeatedly return to the stories that we know from three elements.

In the first place, the protagonist, Josephine “Jo” March (Saoirse Ronan) –who is also the narrator and a transcript of both the novelist and the director of the film– writes short stories of “love and thunder” that her editor cuts by animating her that they look like or are versions of the stories that your readers already know.

Mujercitas (2019). Regency Enterprises / Paramount / Pascal Pictures.

Little Women (1994). Columbia / DiNovi Pictures

Little Women (1949). MGM / Warner

The second element is related to the first, because when towards the end of the film Jo writes her first novel, it is no longer just another story, but rather exudes the unique, dramatic and exciting story of her family. And, despite this, its editor and its audience still hope to recognize the same old story there, in this case, symbolized in the fact that the protagonist ends up getting married, as it will eventually happen. It is a question, then, of protecting the emotion of the reader / viewer, which crystallizes in that iconic image of the lovers kissing “under the umbrella” that gives the title to the penultimate chapter of the story and that Jo lives simultaneously, as if the book were a version of his life and vice versa. Thus, this reader-viewer feels safe to live a story in which he can recognize himself, like the child who, before falling asleep, only accepts to listen to the same story over and over again without the parents changing a single comma to do so. ensure the truthful reissue of your emotion.

The sweet monotony of the versions

Thirdly, we have a more subtle reference linked to the narrative structure of the film, which, furthermore, is not found in the original novel – nor surely in any of the other versions of the film. I am referring to the sequence, halfway through the story, in which we witness scenes from childhood on the beach. At the end of this segment we begin to hear the voice and off of Jo reciting a few lines from the book The Mill on the Floss that George Elliot (with whom Alcott bears many similarities) wrote in 1860, that is, a year before this chronological moment in the childhood of Little women:

“We could never have loved the earth so well if we had had no childhood in it, if it were not the earth where the same flowers come up again every spring that we used to gather with our tiny fingers…”

(Greta Gerwig, guion original, 2018, p. 71).

“We could not love the earth so much if we had not lived our childhood in it, if it were not the same land where every spring the same flowers grew that we picked with our tiny fingers …”.

Those same flowers that, since childhood, grow every spring are the versions of the same stories that move us and that we are willing to experience again, although we know perfectly their color, their aroma and… their thorns.

Jo y Beth en la playa. Regency Enterprises / Paramount / Pascal Pictures

Without a solution of continuity, he jumps to the present of the story, 1869; again we are on the beach and Jo reads that same novel to Beth, that is, the scene is reedited, but now there are only the two of them and we see the book in her hands. Jo reads almost from the same paragraph:

“What novelty is worth that sweet monotony where everything is known and loved because it is known?” (to Beth) How great is that?!“

“What novelty can be compared to this sweet monotony in which everything is known and loved, precisely because it is known? (To Beth) What a great phrase!”

Indeed, in the face of contemporary fear of spoiler, that is to say, of the immediate dissatisfaction resulting from the empty novelty, there are certain texts, especially those that most help us to build our subjectivity, that awaken the curiosity of our unconscious where everything becomes known, an epic that does not reside in surprise, but in recognition and in that sweet monotony.

The need for myth

The novel on which it is based Little women It begins with a phrase –which is also pronounced by Jo in the film– that places us directly in the wake of the myth and brings us fully into a conflict stemming from the ephemerality of repetition: “Christmas will not be Christmas without gifts”.

Already in the film, a little later, Jo attends a representation of Twelfth Night (King’s Night, W. Shakespeare, 1601) in which the love triangle and the happy ending that occurs in Little women… We could continue with many more clues and allusions similar to actions than must be repeated and that they tell us about a great script in Little women, since most are original contributions regarding the novel.

Therefore, to finish, I suggest you think about these reissues in relation to myths, understood as those stories that, beyond their greater or lesser factual veracity, are, as Mircea Eliade would say (in his book Myth and reality), true. In this sense, Jesús González Requena has pointed out how “the characteristic of mythical stories is, precisely, to tell what needs to happen”.

Here the final scene in which the March family throws Jo to the station in pursuit of her lover Friedrich (Louis Garrel) takes on all its meaning. We can say, then, that it was necessary for that to happen, as well as the reissues of the classic or mythical stories that, cyclically, feed our imaginary.The Conversation

Lorenzo Javier Torres Hortelano, Professor of the Faculty of Communication Sciences, Rey Juan Carlos University
This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original.

Many Thanks To The Following Website For This Valuable Content.
Little women as a myth and the reason for the film versions

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From Iggy Azalea’s’ I am the Strip Club ‘to the indictment of Britney Spears’ father

The father of Britney Spears begins to be pointed out by other celebrities, such as the case of singer Iggy Azalea through a statement published on his social network Twitter revealed some details that are put on the side of Britney.

“During the time we worked together in 2015, I personally witnessed the same behavior that Britney detailed regarding her father last week. And I just want to back her up and tell the world that she’s not exaggerating, or lying, “he said.

He added that he even got to see her in a restricted way of the strangest and most trivial things. Among those who mentioned the amount of soft drinks he was allowed to drink. And, in addition, he seconded it in a complaint that Britney made days ago about signatures pressed at times not indicated.

“His father conveniently waited until literally moments before our BMAS performance when I was backstage in the dressing room and he told me that if I didn’t sign an NDA he would not allow me to go on stage,” he said.

He noted that the way she made him sign the contract sounded similar to the tactics Britney spoke about last week regarding her show in Las Vegas.

“Jamie Spears has a habit of having people sign documents while under duress, and Britney Spears shouldn’t be forced to coexist with that man when she made it clear that he is negatively affecting her mental health. This is not good at all ·, he finished.

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‘I am The Strip Club’ is the new music video by Iggy Azalea who walks through the dark streets simulating a rolling disco.

The ‘I am The Strip Club’ video begins with her in a short dress walking down a dark, deserted street, suddenly a motor vehicle appears and turns back and stops to ride her.

But the unexpected changes continue and she is visualized riding on the back of a giant truck that turns into a walking disco. Bordered by mirrors and they look like they change colors about six kasakys keep the singer company.

All while the vehicle continues in excessive movement without stopping and she appears lying on the ground with a vertical zebra panties that highlights her figure.

Then, the back of the truck closes its doors and the camera moves forward to meet a gang of motorized vehicles where she is the star. The wardrobe in the scene becomes more radical, since the yellow leather in the neckline and even the change of hairstyle give it a more urban look.

Time advances as vehicles travel the road, and a new change is present, since Iggy is mounted on a car that simulates a jacuzzi in the back. In the middle of foam and a fuchsia swimsuit, the singer continues to chant the song.

The audiovisual culminates with two air force planes flying through the sky on their last journey on the highway. The video published on the singer’s YouTube platform already exceeds 3 million views including more than 107 hands above.

From Iggy Azalea’s’ I am the Strip Club ‘to the indictment of Britney Spears’ father

The father of Britney Spears begins to be pointed out by other celebrities, such as the case of singer Iggy Azalea through a statement published on his social network Twitter revealed some details that are put on the side of Britney.

“During the time we worked together in 2015, I personally witnessed the same behavior that Britney detailed regarding her father last week. And I just want to back her up and tell the world that she’s not exaggerating, or lying, “he said.

He added that he even got to see her in a restricted way of the strangest and most trivial things. Among those who mentioned the amount of soft drinks he was allowed to drink. And, in addition, he seconded it in a complaint that Britney made days ago about signatures pressed at times not indicated.

“His father conveniently waited until literally moments before our BMAS performance when I was backstage in the dressing room and he told me that if I didn’t sign an NDA he would not allow me to go on stage,” he said.

He noted that the way she made him sign the contract sounded similar to the tactics Britney spoke about last week regarding her show in Las Vegas.

“Jamie Spears has a habit of having people sign documents while under duress, and Britney Spears shouldn’t be forced to coexist with that man when she made it clear that he is negatively affecting her mental health. This is not good at all ·, he finished.

.

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‘I am The Strip Club’ estreno del video de Iggy Azalea

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