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In a Bedroom
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Forty-year-old Edyta is in crisis. She sleeps at hotels, and when her money runs out she uses the internet to find men who are looking for sex. Edyta spends nights in the homes of the nameless men but, instead of the promised sex, she takes advantage of their involuntary hospitality. She reaches a turning point, however, when she meets a young artist named Patryk. In his minimalist movie, debuting director Tomasz Wasilewski makes smart use of the tension resulting from the lack of information his story provides viewers about the protagonists. Faces and gestures reveal the characters more than words, with the brittle, unnameable atmosphere that pervades the entire film playing a fundamental role. In her entirely natural manner, Katarzyna Herman lends veracity to the character of Edyta, and her excellent performance earned her the domestic award for Best Actress at the Koszalin Debut Films Festival.

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Burroughs: The Movie - Criterion Collection
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Made up of intimate, revelatory footage of the singular author and poet filmed over the course of five years, Howard Brookner’s 1983 documentary about WILLIAM S. BURROUGHS (Naked Lunch) was for decades mainly the stuff of legend; that changed when Aaron Brookner, the late director’s nephew, discovered a print of it in 2011 and spearheaded a restoration. Now viewers can enjoy the invigorating candidness of Burroughs: The Movie, a one-of-a-kind non-fiction portrait that was brought to life with the help of a remarkable crew of friends, including JIM JARMUSCH (Down By Law) and TOM DICILLO (Living in Oblivion), and that features on-screen appearances by fellow artists of Burroughs’s including Allen Ginsberg, Herbert Huncke, Patti Smith, and Terry Southern.Bonus FeaturesNew, high-definition digital restoration, with uncompressed monaural soundtrackNew interviews with filmmakers Jim Jarmusch, Aaron Brookner, and Tom DiCillo, as well as William S. Burroughs’s friends and fellow writers James Grauerholz and Stew MeyerRare outtakesFootage from the 2014 New York Film Festival premiere of the film’s restorationThirty-minute experimental edit of the film from 1981 by inventor and photographer Robert E. Fulton Jr.PLUS: An essay by critic Luc Sante and a collage poster by artist Alison MosshartClick Images to Enlarge

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Everything's the Best!, Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 61min
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Drawing from his experiences as a preschool teacher and a pretty good guy, Josh Gondelman charms audiences with his good-natured storytelling and cracks them up with his sharp, pointy wit. Josh's comedy touches on topics from rainbows to gangsta rap and makes them all equally hilarious thanks to his terrific writing and performing. In 2010, Josh traveled to Atlanta for the inaugural Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, where he turned heads and captured first prize! A portion of that performance was aired on the G4 cable network, much to the thrill of the networks viewers and Josh's grandmothers. Since then, Josh has become an in-demand performer on a national scale at clubs and colleges and was hand-picked at the Great American Comedy Festival by the talent booker from Late Night With David Letterman. In early 2010, he was also the only featured male standup performer at the Women in Comedy Festival in Cambridge, MA. In the past, he has competed in the prestigious Seattle International Comedy Competition, been named among the Best of the Fest at the Boston Comedy Festival, and won the Chosen One Comedy Contest run by Heeb Magazine. Josh honed his improve skills as a member of the Family Show cast at Improv Boston, and has had his writing featured on McSweeny's Internet Tendency. He has appeared on the popular web series Quiet Desperation and ROFL. He is pleased to meet you! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Josh Gondelman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rftp/000038/bk_rftp_000038_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Twin Peaks: Definitive Gold Box Edition
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Lose yourself in David Lynch and Mark Frost's murder mystery-soap opera, which unfolds, in one character's words, like a beautiful dream and terrible nightmare all at once . Season 1 Twin Peaks devotees, who have kept the mystery alive on myriad Web sites, will jump at the chance to return to the spooky town that might just be the anti-Mayberry. Rarely syndicated, the Twin Peaks television series has lost none of its quirky and queasy power to get under your skin and haunt your dreams. So brew up a pot of some damn fine coffee, dig into some cherry pie, and lose yourself in David Lynch and Mark Frost's murder mystery and soap opera, which unfolds, in one character's words, like a beautiful dream and terrible nightmare all at once. Twin Peaks was a pop culture phenomenon for one season at least, until the increasingly bizarre twists and maddening teases so confounded audiences that they lost interest in just who killed Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). This series was a career peak for most of its eclectic ensemble cast, including Kyle MacLachlan as straight-arrow FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, Michael Ontkean as local Sheriff Harry S. Truman, Sherilyn Fenn as bad girl Audrey Horne, Peggy Lipton as waitress Norma Jennings, and Catherine Coulson as the Log Lady. Alumni enjoying current success include Lara Flynn Boyle ( The Practice ), as good girl Donna Hayward, and Miguel Ferrer ( Crossing Jordan ), hilarious as forensics expert Albert Rosenfield (who has absolutely no social niceties ). -Donald Liebenson Season 2 Don't search for all the answers at once, says a giant appearing to FBI Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) in a vision. A path is formed by laying one stone at a time. In Twin Peaks, that's easier said than done. Over the course of two seasons, that path went nowhere and everywhere. Bureau guidelines, deductive technique, Tibetan method, and luck don't cut it here. It also takes a little magic, which is what makes David Lynch and Mark Frost's bracingly original serial drama one of TV's ultimate trips, and still the stuff that fever dreams are made of. With the DVD release of season 2, die-hard Peakers can rekindle their obsession with this macabre, maddening, sinister, and surreal series set in the rural Pacific Northwest community whose bucolic surroundings hide things dark and heinous. (If you're new to Twin Peaks, best to get the lay of the land by watching the brilliant feature-length pilot and the instant-cult-classic first season, which capture Twin at its peak.) Three main mysteries drive season 2. First, there's the still (!) unresolved murder of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). Then, there's the question of who shot Cooper in the season 1 cliffhanger. And finally, ultimately: What about Bob? With its dream logic, bizarre behavior, and nightmare imagery, much of what transpires goes right by you. Some subplots (Sherilyn Fenn's sexpot Audrey held captive at the bordello, One-Eyed Jacks) are easier to latch on to than others (amnesiac Nadine believes she's an 18-year-old high schooler) And, yes, that's a pre-X-Files David Duchovny as Dennis/Denice, a transsexual DEA agent. In Twin Peaks' second season, the truth is out there, but we are entering A Few Good Men territory. When Laura's killer is at last revealed in episode 16, no doubt many will not be able to handle the truth. The teases, red herrings, and out-and-out gonzo looniness will try the patience of viewers with a more conventional bent. But, as Cooper observes at one point, All in all, [it's] a very interesting experience, with enough doppelgangers, allusions, pop-culture references, and in-jokes to keep bloggers buzzing. If, for example, you get any pleasure from recognizing Hank Worden, who played Mose in The Searchers, as the world's most decrepit room service waiter, then Twin Peaks may just make you feel right at home. Episodes Comprise: All Episodes from Season 1 and 2 plus: Log Lady Intros (All Episodes) Original Pilot Original Pilot (International Version) Alternate Ending for Pilot (International Version) Deleted Scenes “A Slice of Lynch” Featurette Secrets From Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks (Feature Length Documentary) Saturday Night Live Sketch with Kyle MacLachlan Twin Peaks Festival “Return To Twin Peaks” Featurette Interactive Map The Black Lodge Archive: (Including “Falling” Music Video, Image Galleries, On Air Promos & TV Spots)

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Hello Boys...I'm Back, Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 44m...
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Julia Scotti's new brand of comedy is honest, hilarious, fearless, and fierce. Drawn to comedy from the time she was a child - "almost like a religious calling" - she holds nothing back. She has been described as a "force of nature," "a cross between Sam Kinison and Mrs. Doubtfire," like a "chainsaw flying through the room." A speaker, author, and nationally headlining comedian, who happens to be transgender, Julia got her start as Rick Scotti successfully touring both the United States and Canada as an opening act for artists such as Chicago, Lou Rawls, and Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. Rick Scotti enjoyed success until leaving comedy in 2000. During that hiatus Julia began her life changing transition, and settled into her new career as a teacher. In 2011, after a 10 year break from comedy, Julia returned to the stage. In 2013, she was named one of the Top Five Transgender Comedians in the country by Advocate Magazine. In 2016, at the ripe age of 63, she hit her stride on season 11 of America's Got Talent on NBC, where she earned a standing ovation from the studio audience with her honest, fearless delivery, instantly winning the hearts of viewers everywhere, and joking her way into the quarter finals. Judge Howie Mandel said "You have so much to offer; you are a joy," and a pleasantly surprised Simon Cowell exclaimed, "You genuinely made me laugh." Julia became the first transgendered woman to enter and progress to finalist in the New York Based Ladies of Laughter Competition. She has also performed at the Boston Comedy Festival, and was one of the winners of Laughlin Laugh Festival in Nevada in 2014. Appealing to fans of every generation, Julia says, "Young kids laugh at me because I'm like a crazy grandmother. Middle age people say I remind them of their grandmother and my age people say it's so true what I say." With her storytelling and rapid fire style of comedy, Julia Scotti delivers a masterful performance in i 1. Language: English. Narrator: Julia Scotti. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/roar/000193/pf_roar_000193_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Agnès Varda
25,96 € *
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Over nearly sixty years, Agnès Varda (b. 1928) gave interviews that are revealing not only of her work, but of her remarkably ambiguous status. She has been called the "Mother of the New Wave" but suffered for many years for never having been completely accepted by the cinematic establishment in France. Varda's first film, La Pointe Courte (1954), displayed many of the characteristics of the two later films that launched the New Wave, Truffaut's 400 Blows and Godard's Breathless. In a low-budget film, using (as yet) unknown actors and working entirely outside the prevailing studio system, Varda completely abandoned the "tradition of quality" that Truffaut was at that very time condemning in the pages of Cahiers du cinéma. Her work, however, was not "discovered" until after Truffaut and Godard had broken onto the scene in 1959. Varda's next film, Cleo from 5 to 7, attracted considerably more attention and was selected as France's official entry for the Festival in Cannes. Ultimately, however, this film and her work for the next fifty years continued to be overshadowed by her more famous male friends, many of whom she mentored and advised. Her films have finally earned recognition as deeply probing and fundamental to the growing awareness in France of women's issues and the role of women in the cinema. "I'm not philosophical," she says, "not metaphysical. Feelings are the ground on which people can be led to think about things. I try to show everything that happens in such a way and ask questions so as to leave the viewers free to make their own judgments." The panoply of interviews here emphasize her core belief that "we never stop learning" and reveal the wealth of ways to answer her questions. T. Jefferson Kline, Brookline, Massachusetts, is professor of French at Boston University. He is the author of several books, including Unraveling French Cinema: From L' Atalante to Caché, and he is coeditor of Bernardo Bertolucci: Interviews (University Press of Mississippi).Over nearly sixty years, Agnès Varda (b. 1928) gave interviews that are revealing not only of her work, but of her remarkably ambiguous status. She has been called the "Mother of the New Wave" but suffered for many years for never having been completely accepted by the cinematic establishment in France. Varda's first film, La Pointe Courte (1954), displayed many of the characteristics of the two later films that launched the New Wave, Truffaut's 400 Blows and Godard's Breathless. In a low-budget film, using (as yet) unknown actors and working entirely outside the prevailing studio system, Varda completely abandoned the "tradition of quality" that Truffaut was at that very time condemning in the pages of Cahiers du cinéma. Her work, however, was not "discovered" until after Truffaut and Godard had broken onto the scene in 1959. Varda's next film, Cleo from 5 to 7, attracted considerably more attention and was selected as France's official entry for the Festival in Cannes. Ultimately, however, this film and her work for the next fifty years continued to be overshadowed by her more famous male friends, many of whom she mentored and advised. Her films have finally earned recognition as deeply probing and fundamental to the growing awareness in France of women's issues and the role of women in the cinema. "I'm not philosophical," she says, "not metaphysical. Feelings are the ground on which people can be led to think about things. I try to show everything that happens in such a way and ask questions so as to leave the viewers free to make their own judgments." The panoply of interviews here emphasize her core belief that "we never stop learning" and reveal the wealth of ways to answer her questions. T. Jefferson Kline, Brookline, Massachusetts, is professor of French at Boston University. He is the author of several books, including Unraveling French Cinema: From L' Atalante to Caché, and he is coeditor of Bernardo Bertolucci: Interviews (University Press of Mississippi).

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Agnès Varda
25,96 € *
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Over nearly sixty years, Agnès Varda (b. 1928) gave interviews that are revealing not only of her work, but of her remarkably ambiguous status. She has been called the "Mother of the New Wave" but suffered for many years for never having been completely accepted by the cinematic establishment in France. Varda's first film, La Pointe Courte (1954), displayed many of the characteristics of the two later films that launched the New Wave, Truffaut's 400 Blows and Godard's Breathless. In a low-budget film, using (as yet) unknown actors and working entirely outside the prevailing studio system, Varda completely abandoned the "tradition of quality" that Truffaut was at that very time condemning in the pages of Cahiers du cinéma. Her work, however, was not "discovered" until after Truffaut and Godard had broken onto the scene in 1959. Varda's next film, Cleo from 5 to 7, attracted considerably more attention and was selected as France's official entry for the Festival in Cannes. Ultimately, however, this film and her work for the next fifty years continued to be overshadowed by her more famous male friends, many of whom she mentored and advised. Her films have finally earned recognition as deeply probing and fundamental to the growing awareness in France of women's issues and the role of women in the cinema. "I'm not philosophical," she says, "not metaphysical. Feelings are the ground on which people can be led to think about things. I try to show everything that happens in such a way and ask questions so as to leave the viewers free to make their own judgments." The panoply of interviews here emphasize her core belief that "we never stop learning" and reveal the wealth of ways to answer her questions. T. Jefferson Kline, Brookline, Massachusetts, is professor of French at Boston University. He is the author of several books, including Unraveling French Cinema: From L' Atalante to Caché, and he is coeditor of Bernardo Bertolucci: Interviews (University Press of Mississippi).Over nearly sixty years, Agnès Varda (b. 1928) gave interviews that are revealing not only of her work, but of her remarkably ambiguous status. She has been called the "Mother of the New Wave" but suffered for many years for never having been completely accepted by the cinematic establishment in France. Varda's first film, La Pointe Courte (1954), displayed many of the characteristics of the two later films that launched the New Wave, Truffaut's 400 Blows and Godard's Breathless. In a low-budget film, using (as yet) unknown actors and working entirely outside the prevailing studio system, Varda completely abandoned the "tradition of quality" that Truffaut was at that very time condemning in the pages of Cahiers du cinéma. Her work, however, was not "discovered" until after Truffaut and Godard had broken onto the scene in 1959. Varda's next film, Cleo from 5 to 7, attracted considerably more attention and was selected as France's official entry for the Festival in Cannes. Ultimately, however, this film and her work for the next fifty years continued to be overshadowed by her more famous male friends, many of whom she mentored and advised. Her films have finally earned recognition as deeply probing and fundamental to the growing awareness in France of women's issues and the role of women in the cinema. "I'm not philosophical," she says, "not metaphysical. Feelings are the ground on which people can be led to think about things. I try to show everything that happens in such a way and ask questions so as to leave the viewers free to make their own judgments." The panoply of interviews here emphasize her core belief that "we never stop learning" and reveal the wealth of ways to answer her questions. T. Jefferson Kline, Brookline, Massachusetts, is professor of French at Boston University. He is the author of several books, including Unraveling French Cinema: From L' Atalante to Caché, and he is coeditor of Bernardo Bertolucci: Interviews (University Press of Mississippi).

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Opera Highlights, Vol. 1 [DVD Video]
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Opera Highlights is both a visually exciting introduction for new viewers to opera as well as a unique opportunity to see great singers talking to camera, then performing roles for which they are famous. Including:MARILYN HORNE‘Sorge l’irato nembo’ from Vivaldi’s Orlando furioso(from Pier Luigi Pizzi’s San Francisco Opera production, conducted by RANDALL BEHR)DAME ANN MURRAY ‘Nacqui all’affanno’ from Rossini’s La Cenerentola(from Michael Hampe’s production for the Salzburg Festival, conducted by RICCARDO CHAILLY)EVA MARTON‘Suicidio!’ from Ponchielli’s La Gioconda(from the Vienna State Opera production by Filippo Sanjust, conducted by ADAM FISCHER)DAME JOAN SUTHERLAND‘D’amor sull’ali rosee’ from Verdi’s Il trovatore(from an Opera Australia production by Elijah Moshinsky, conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE)‘The Mad Scene” from Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor(from an Opera Australia production by John Copley, conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE)‘Casta Diva’ from Bellini’s Norma(from Sandro Sequi’s production for Opera Australia, conducted by RICHARD BONYNGE)ROBERTO ALAGNA‘Quanto è bella, quanto è cara’ & ‘Una furtiva lagrima” from Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore(from Frank Dunlop’s production for Lyon National Opera, conducted by EVELINO PIDO) ANGELA GHEORGHIU‘Prendi, per me sei libero’ from from Donizetti’s L’elisir d’amore(from Frank Dunlop’s production for Lyon National Opera, conducted by EVELINO PIDO)GEGAM GRIGORIAN‘La vita è inferno all’infelice’ from Verdi’s La forza del destino(from Elijah Moshinsky’s production for the Kirov Opera, St. Petersburg, conducted by VALERY GERGIEV)NIKOLAI PUTILIN‘Morir! Tremenda cosa!’ & ‘Urna fatale del mio destino’ from Verdi’s La forza del destino(from Elijah Moshinsky’s production for the Kirov Opera, St. Petersburg, conducted by VALERY GERGIEV)GALINA GORCHAKOVA‘Son giunta! Grazie, o Dio!’ from Verdi’s La forza del destino(from Elijah Moshinsky’s production for the Kirov Opera, St. Petersburg, conducted by VALERY GERGIEV)

Anbieter: Dodax
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Melodifestivalen
34,00 € *
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Melodifestivalen is an annual music competition organised by Swedish public broadcasters Sveriges Television (SVT) and Sveriges Radio (SR). It determines the country's representative for the Eurovision Song Contest, and has been staged almost every year since 1959. Since 2000, the competition has been the most popular television programme in Sweden, it is also broadcast on radio and the Internet. In 2007, the semifinals averaged 3.1 million viewers, and an estimated four million Swedes watched the final. The festival has produced four Eurovision winners and sixteen top-five placings for Sweden at the contest. The winner of the Melodifestival has been chosen by panels of jurors since its inception. Since 1999, the juries have been joined by a public telephone vote which has an equal influence over the final outcome. The competition makes a considerable impact on music charts in Sweden

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