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LOCATION: SILVERSPOT CINEMA. RESERVE TICKETS AT THE LINK! Spanish w/ English subtitles. Pablo Larrain (Chile). 2016. 107min. >>> It's 1948 and the Cold War has reached Chile. In Congress, Senator Pablo Neruda accuses the government of...

Spanish w/ English subtitles. With presence of the filmmaker, Sandra Luz López Barroso. (Honduras, Mexico, USA), 2009. >>> Artemio was born in North Carolina, U.S.A. Now he lives in a small town in la Costa Chica in Guerrero with his...

Spanish w/ English subtitles. Cary Fukonagua (Honduras, Mexico, USA), 2009. >>> Honduran teenager, Sayra, reunites with her father. seeing an opportunity for her to realize her dream of a life in the U.S., Moving to Mexico is the first...

A young woman appears in a coastal city claiming to be a girl who went missing a decade earlier, but her account leaves many questions unanswered. From Walter Presents, in Spanish with English subtitles.

On 12 December 1936, at the accession meeting of the British Privy Council, George VI announced his intention to make his brother the "Duke of Windsor" with the style of Royal Highness.[78] He wanted this to be the first act of his reign, although the formal documents were not signed until 8 March the following year. During the interim, Edward was known as the Duke of Windsor. George VI's decision to create Edward a royal duke ensured that he could neither stand for election to the British House of Commons nor speak on political subjects in the House of Lords.[79]

In October 1937, the Duke and Duchess visited Nazi Germany, against the advice of the British government, and met Adolf Hitler at his Berghof retreat in Bavaria. The visit was much publicised by the German media. During the visit, Edward gave full Nazi salutes.[88] In Germany, "they were treated like royalty ... members of the aristocracy would bow and curtsy towards her, and she was treated with all the dignity and status that the duke always wanted", according to royal biographer Andrew Morton in a 2016 BBC interview.[89]

The Opera Quarterly 19.1 (2003) 122-125 // --> [Access article in PDF] Rigoletto. Giuseppe Verdi Rigoletto: Paolo Gavanelli Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Duke of Mantua: Marcelo Alvarez Borsa: Peter Auty Conductor: Edward Downes Count Ceprano: Graeme Broadbent Director: David McVicar Countess Ceprano: Dervla Ramsay Sets: Michael Vale Marullo: Quentin Hayes Costumes: Tanya McCallin Monterone: Giovan Battista Parodi Lighting: Paule Constable Sparafucile: Eric Halfvarson Choreography: Leah Hausman Gilda: Christine Schäfer TV director: Sue Judd Giovanna: Elizabeth Sikora In Italian, with English subtitles Page: Andrea Hazell BBC Opus Arte (distributed by Naxos of America) OA 0830 Usher: Nigel Cliffe Maddalena: Graciela Araya DVD stereo, 169 minutes, color This presentation of a 1996 Royal Opera House, Covent Garden production of Rigoletto is the perfect cure-all for seasoned opera buffs who have attained an intractable immunity from the shocking themes that inhabit most of Verdi's operas. Director David McVicar has more than restored the morbid, gruesome, and downright squalid natures of most of the characters in the opera, making it brazenly clear that the title character is an impudent, stupid pimp, and the Duke of Mantua a corrupt, horny rapist. The Sparafucile is, as usual, evilly sinister, but the Maddalena is the sluttiest wench in memory. Be advised, the back of the DVD cover carries the warning: "Contains nudity." And that ain't all it contains!

The Beat That My Heart Skipped (Unrated). This remake of James Toback's cult classic Fingers (1978) revolves around a 28 year-old Parisian who would prefer to pursue his dream of becoming a concert pianist rather than follow in his shady father's footsteps. In French, Mandarin, Russian, and English with subtitles.

The Beautiful Country (R for profanity and a crude sexual reference). Post-war saga about the socially-ostracized love child (Damien Nguyen) of an American soldier (Nick Nolte) and a geisha girl. The son makes his way from Vietnam to America in search of his long-lost father. In Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese and English with subtitles. 041b061a72


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