today at 01:00.
Saddam ordered assassins to kill the entire cast of one Iraqi satire.
When political comedy is a case of life or death
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today at 04:37
Have you guys no shame? You accused him of having in possession "weapons of mass destruction" before. And after looting the country, you found none. But killed the man anyway. 😢 Now, in his grave, you still want to taint him with stupid accusation, which he could not defend his innocent. Shame on you, USA.
today at 08:26
Don't give you-know-who any ideas...
today at 01:21
He deed? Deed he?
yesterday at 21:00.
From actors to red carpet and x-rated movies, this is a sneak peek into the life of the Cannes Film Festival.
For more news, reviews and videos from the festival, go to
[ Bbc.com Link ]
A - Z of the Cannes Film Festival
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yesterday at 21:00
🎓 Boz BBC
Selepas ramadhan semoga mutiara kesabaran, keimanan &
mahabbah pada Allah selalu terpatri dalam diri, seharmoni
dengan gelombang kehidupan yang tak selalu datar.,maaf
yesterday at 21:49
E for enhanced security - have the organizers thought about better protecting participants?
yesterday at 21:45
G for Gillian Simpson 🤗🤗
yesterday at 17:30.
It’s a subtle bedroom farce about a fox who can’t quite believe that he’s been invited to stay in a hen house.
The Beguiled is a steamy Southern Gothic horror
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yesterday at 18:55
I can't wait.. Clint Eastwood was very beautiful when he was young but he was always macho and cowboy-ish. Colin Farrell is much sexier-I bet he can do a good beguiling!
yesterday at 21:07
My favorite line from the Clint Eastwood original after a little girl saves his life. "How old are you? 12? That's old enough to kiss." And he does.
yesterday at 18:02
Is this a remake of the old Clint Eastwood movie.
yesterday at 17:00.
One performance will last 639 years - the current chord won't end until 2020.
Taking it slow: Art that’s in for the long haul
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yesterday at 16:48.
The BBC Culture team chat about the squirm-inducing Swedish comedy, The Square.
Find more news, reviews and videos from the Cannes Film Festival here:
[ Bbc.in Link ]
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yesterday at 13:00.
Nixon bestowed upon Elvis a law enforcement badge.
When Elvis met Nixon: The bizarre story behind this photo
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yesterday at 14:10
Now Trump can give Kid Rock one too!
D Thomasson Latham
yesterday at 14:19
A paranoid drug addict meets a paranoid sociopath.
yesterday at 11:00.
75-year-old Haneke proves that he can still generate tension more deftly than most horror directors half his age.
Five stars for new film Happy End
94 likes - 2 comments
yesterday at 11:05
Is young Macron definitely not better 😄?
yesterday at 14:29
Can't wait 🤗
yesterday at 09:00.
Damien Hirst would jump out of bed, half-naked and hung-over, wheeling and dealing on the phone.
How Britain’s shocking art movement got its start
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Hina L Shah
yesterday at 09:09
I will always remember him for 'Golden Calf'.
yesterday at 01:09.
It's the perfect material metaphor for everyday life in early 2017, for good and for ill. (via The Atlantic)
The Fidget Spinner Explains the World
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yesterday at 09:46
I mean, fidget toys were specifically designed by autistic and ADHD people and have been around for years before trickling down to the mainstream market, so I think that if they were completely useless we'd know by now. Not to mention: how exactly would you gather "scientific evidence" that they help with those conditions except by asking people if the toy improved their focus?
yesterday at 05:35
YEP! And, I think it's not ' slight-of-hand ' but rather 'sleight-of-hand' unless there is some other meaning that I'm not getting...
yesterday at 11:12
Well ours went today son left it on top of fire and husband lit it 😂😂
yesterday at 01:00.
Swimming pools represent hedonism, sexual freedom and joie de vivre.
The bewitching allure of swimming pools
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yesterday at 08:32
Hedonism sexual freedom and joie de vivre? Not when you can't swim. ..
yesterday at 06:30
Maybe in UK. In Australia they are for exercise and keeping cool in summer!
yesterday at 07:24
And there was I thinking they were for keeping cool and exercise 😩
05/23/2017 at 19:35.
What's your favourite Mastroianni film?
The ultimate in Italian cool
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05/23/2017 at 21:23
When Fellini was awarded the Oscar for his career, Mastroianni introduced him together with Sofia Loren. Fellini, on stage, looked at him and said: "Marcellino, ci sei anche tu (Little Marcello, you are here as well). I think it was the sweetest way to call his intimate friend and the actor of his most beautiful movies, in front of the entire world. So touching, I really loved them.
yesterday at 01:00
8 1/2 , 1963, score by Nino Rota. Still watch that once in a while. My mom loved him. He had incredible palpable warmth, few actors emanate that onscreen.
Steven F. Scharff
yesterday at 03:48
Felinni wrote a script for an unproduced film entitled "Trip to Tulum", but it was made into a graphic novel by Milo Manama.
05/23/2017 at 13:47.
RIP Sir Roger Moore. (Via BBC News)
Obituary: Sir Roger Moore - BBC News
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Camelia Timofte Fundulea
05/23/2017 at 19:24
La semnalul sonor al inceperii serialului 👼, cu emblematicul sau rol, toti copiii lasam joaca pe afara si ne grabeam in fata micilor ecrane alb-negru 😀
RIP Sir ...
05/23/2017 at 18:09
Will be missed by me. Was a superb "Saint." We could use a few more these days, especially when that Bond, guy isn't around. RIP.
05/23/2017 at 15:57
Best loved Bond by the many, great films you can enjoy again and again and an actor who didn't take himself seriously. He and the work he did for UNICEF will be much missed
05/23/2017 at 09:00.
The BBC Culture team chat about Jupiter's Moon, a film about a refugee who could fly.
Find more news, reviews and videos from the Cannes Film Festival here:
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Jupiter's Moon and 120 Beats per Minute chat
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05/23/2017 at 10:20
I like the sound of this one.
05/23/2017 at 06:00.
The film had been the target of protest because it will only stream on Netflix.
The funny side of a mid-life crisis
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05/23/2017 at 18:40
I miss the old Noah that made Squid and the Whale and Margot at the Wedding
05/23/2017 at 02:57.
A new film depicts a Syrian refugee getting superpowers.
The refugee who could fly
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05/23/2017 at 12:42
Is he then shot down by AA fire for violating protected airspace?
05/22/2017 at 13:00.
Netflix has recently captured the zeitgeist with its dark teen-death drama 13 Reasons Why, but, like many current shows, it owes a debt to Twin Peaks.
How good is the new Twin Peaks?
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05/22/2017 at 13:41
It is good, weird and still mostly inaccessible. Because when David Lynch tells a story, they only way to digest it, is like a donut: you have to first eat it all.
05/22/2017 at 23:26
the reveal of laura palmer's killer was unmemorable?! i have to question whether the reviewer even saw the first series with a comment like that - i still vividly remember the intensely disturbing scene. also it wasn't until after the reveal that viewers lost interest.
Marija Mihajlovic Shipley
05/22/2017 at 17:49
For me, it stopped at episode 13 in the first series. The purity of Dale Cooper should have never been tainted.
05/22/2017 at 01:09.
The doodles can be vehicles for delight, disgust and befuddlement. (via Atlas Obscura)
The Strange and Grotesque Doodles in the Margins of Medieval Books
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05/22/2017 at 07:16
There's a very interesting discussion of such drawings in "The Name of the Rose" by Umberto Eco.
05/23/2017 at 10:25
Interessante assunto. Essas ilustrações de manuscritos medievais sempre prendem minha atenção.
Gredel Emily Shadroch
05/22/2017 at 02:07
Aarti Shailendra Aditya Panikker we need to up our game.
05/21/2017 at 23:00.
He ended up becoming very famous in the Hermit Kingdom.
The US defectors who became film stars in North Korea
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Michael K. Ferris
05/22/2017 at 02:20
Dresnok has reportedly died.
05/21/2017 at 20:00.
Some said spectators said they were profoundly disturbed.
The man who destroyed all his belongings
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05/21/2017 at 20:57
I'm sure the people who live on the streets of London and can haul all their possessions in one shopping cart were really amused
05/22/2017 at 00:39
That's an extremely self indulgent way to make one's point about consumerism. As an artist he could have come up with other, more creative of ways making this critique. There are people who could have used those things.
05/22/2017 at 23:12
As a Hindu (but living in Europe) I work on cultivating simultaneous passion and detachment, while cautiously celebrating the object. But this exercise seems just mindless sensationalism. The basic rule : never destroy something you cannot create.
05/21/2017 at 17:00.
The Isleworth Mona Lisa has long been a source of controversy.
A second Leonardo masterpiece?
310 likes - 6 comments
05/22/2017 at 18:55
Such a dull portrait in ANY version. I've never understood the fuss about this painting.
05/21/2017 at 18:06
She' been photoshopped !
05/21/2017 at 19:23
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