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Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Fi...
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Marcia Brady, eldest daughter on television's The Brady Bunch, had it all. But what viewers didn't know about the always sunny, perfect Marcia was that offscreen, her real-life counterpart, Maureen McCormick, was living a very different - and not so wonderful - life. Maureen tells the shocking and inspirational true story of the beloved teen and the woman she became. Maureen takes us behind the scenes of America's favorite television family. But the real story begins after The Brady Bunch ended. Maureen found herself tangled in a fast-paced, drug-fueled Hollywood existence that ultimately led to the biggest battle of her life. There is no question: Maureen McCormick is a survivor. Here's the Story is the empowering, engaging, shocking, and emotional tale of Maureen McCormick's courageous struggle over adversity and her lifelong battle to come to terms with the idea of perfection - and herself. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Maureen McCormick. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/001717/bk_harp_001717_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Anatomy of a Crossword , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 5...
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Someone's trying to write characters out of the script in this suspenseful crossword puzzler featuring PI Rosco Polycrates and crossword editor Belle Graham. Belle Graham is mired in New England's snowy, late-January gloom when Hollywood comes calling. Seduced by visions of relaxing poolside in sunny Los Angeles, she heads to Hollywood to create a puzzle for a TV movie based on a crime she and her husband Rosco Polycrates recently cracked. The hook is that the show is interactive - viewers get to solve the crime on air with Belle. The trouble starts when Belle discovers that someone has replaced her crossword with a brand-new set of clues. Then a series of suspicious accidents culminates in murder. In a case in which everyone's under suspicion - and all are harboring secrets - the backstage backstabbing is heating up to a fever pitch. Now Rosco's jetting out to La-La Land to help Belle sort out the clues while the truth is still in development and a killer could make this show a done deal. This audiobook includes six crossword puzzles that contain clues to solving the mystery and can be downloaded as a PDF, with answers. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Noah Michael Levine. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/020381/bk_adbl_020381_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Peter Weir's 'The Truman Show': The ultimate hi...
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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Communications - Movies and Television, grade: 1,0 (A), Technical University of Braunschweig (English Seminar), course: HS Documentary Film, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Through a spy hole in a bathroom cabinet we see a man in pajamas talking to himself in the mirror. Or is he talking to us? After a while, we hear a voice of a woman, telling him that he will be late. With a sigh, the man turns around and leaves the bathroom. On a black screen, we read 'Day 10, 909'- then we see the man through another spy hole, dressed in a business suit, leaving his house for work. He greets his neighbors with a wide grin, and the neighbors enthusiastically greet back. As he adds 'Oh, and in case I don't see ye: Good afternoon, good evening and good night!', they react as though they think this was extremely funny. When the dog of his next-door neighbor comes to greet him, the man freezes, on his face an expression of terror. He waits till the dog moves back and is about to get in his car when the camera suddenly pans and we see a theatrical light falling out of the sunny sky. Suspiciously, the man goes to examine what has crashed down on the street in front of his house. He does not know what to think of the light, which has a tag on it, designating it as 'Sirius'. In disbelief, he gazes into the sky- is this how stars look like?The man is called Truman Burbank, and we are watching Peter Weir's movie The Truman Show (1998). The movie is not a typical feature film as it mixes feature film elements and docu-soap elements. By confronting his audience with elements of its daily TV-programming, the docu-soap, Peter Weir establishes a satire of the media that leaves its viewers with the uneasy feeling that reality is not always what it appears to be.This work gives a short summary of the movie, as well as it depicts its style and structure. Furthermore, Peter Weir's thematic concerns are explained. The author describes docu-soaps and their appeal in order to explain which features of the docu-soap we can find in The Truman Show. The different levels of reality in the movie and the role of the audiences, that is, the tension between the perception of the viewers of the TV show inside the movie and the perception of the movie audience is another topic that is dealt with.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Peter Weir's 'The Truman Show': The ultimate hi...
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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Communications - Movies and Television, grade: 1,0 (A), Technical University of Braunschweig (English Seminar), course: HS Documentary Film, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Through a spy hole in a bathroom cabinet we see a man in pajamas talking to himself in the mirror. Or is he talking to us? After a while, we hear a voice of a woman, telling him that he will be late. With a sigh, the man turns around and leaves the bathroom. On a black screen, we read 'Day 10, 909'- then we see the man through another spy hole, dressed in a business suit, leaving his house for work. He greets his neighbors with a wide grin, and the neighbors enthusiastically greet back. As he adds 'Oh, and in case I don't see ye: Good afternoon, good evening and good night!', they react as though they think this was extremely funny. When the dog of his next-door neighbor comes to greet him, the man freezes, on his face an expression of terror. He waits till the dog moves back and is about to get in his car when the camera suddenly pans and we see a theatrical light falling out of the sunny sky. Suspiciously, the man goes to examine what has crashed down on the street in front of his house. He does not know what to think of the light, which has a tag on it, designating it as 'Sirius'. In disbelief, he gazes into the sky- is this how stars look like? The man is called Truman Burbank, and we are watching Peter Weir's movie The Truman Show (1998). The movie is not a typical feature film as it mixes feature film elements and docu-soap elements. By confronting his audience with elements of its daily TV-programming, the docu-soap, Peter Weir establishes a satire of the media that leaves its viewers with the uneasy feeling that reality is not always what it appears to be. This work gives a short summary of the movie, as well as it depicts its style and structure. Furthermore, Peter Weir's thematic concerns are explained. The author describes docu-soaps and their appeal in order to explain which features of the docu-soap we can find in The Truman Show. The different levels of reality in the movie and the role of the audiences, that is, the tension between the perception of the viewers of the TV show inside the movie and the perception of the movie audience is another topic that is dealt with.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Peter Weir's 'The Truman Show': The ultimate hi...
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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Communications - Movies and Television, grade: 1,0 (A), Technical University of Braunschweig (English Seminar), course: HS Documentary Film, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Through a spy hole in a bathroom cabinet we see a man in pajamas talking to himself in the mirror. Or is he talking to us? After a while, we hear a voice of a woman, telling him that he will be late. With a sigh, the man turns around and leaves the bathroom. On a black screen, we read 'Day 10, 909'- then we see the man through another spy hole, dressed in a business suit, leaving his house for work. He greets his neighbors with a wide grin, and the neighbors enthusiastically greet back. As he adds 'Oh, and in case I don't see ye: Good afternoon, good evening and good night!', they react as though they think this was extremely funny. When the dog of his next-door neighbor comes to greet him, the man freezes, on his face an expression of terror. He waits till the dog moves back and is about to get in his car when the camera suddenly pans and we see a theatrical light falling out of the sunny sky. Suspiciously, the man goes to examine what has crashed down on the street in front of his house. He does not know what to think of the light, which has a tag on it, designating it as 'Sirius'. In disbelief, he gazes into the sky- is this how stars look like?The man is called Truman Burbank, and we are watching Peter Weir's movie The Truman Show (1998). The movie is not a typical feature film as it mixes feature film elements and docu-soap elements. By confronting his audience with elements of its daily TV-programming, the docu-soap, Peter Weir establishes a satire of the media that leaves its viewers with the uneasy feeling that reality is not always what it appears to be.This work gives a short summary of the movie, as well as it depicts its style and structure. Furthermore, Peter Weir's thematic concerns are explained. The author describes docu-soaps and their appeal in order to explain which features of the docu-soap we can find in The Truman Show. The different levels of reality in the movie and the role of the audiences, that is, the tension between the perception of the viewers of the TV show inside the movie and the perception of the movie audience is another topic that is dealt with.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Peter Weir's 'The Truman Show': The ultimate hi...
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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Communications - Movies and Television, grade: 1,0 (A), Technical University of Braunschweig (English Seminar), course: HS Documentary Film, 16 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Through a spy hole in a bathroom cabinet we see a man in pajamas talking to himself in the mirror. Or is he talking to us? After a while, we hear a voice of a woman, telling him that he will be late. With a sigh, the man turns around and leaves the bathroom. On a black screen, we read 'Day 10, 909'- then we see the man through another spy hole, dressed in a business suit, leaving his house for work. He greets his neighbors with a wide grin, and the neighbors enthusiastically greet back. As he adds 'Oh, and in case I don't see ye: Good afternoon, good evening and good night!', they react as though they think this was extremely funny. When the dog of his next-door neighbor comes to greet him, the man freezes, on his face an expression of terror. He waits till the dog moves back and is about to get in his car when the camera suddenly pans and we see a theatrical light falling out of the sunny sky. Suspiciously, the man goes to examine what has crashed down on the street in front of his house. He does not know what to think of the light, which has a tag on it, designating it as 'Sirius'. In disbelief, he gazes into the sky- is this how stars look like? The man is called Truman Burbank, and we are watching Peter Weir's movie The Truman Show (1998). The movie is not a typical feature film as it mixes feature film elements and docu-soap elements. By confronting his audience with elements of its daily TV-programming, the docu-soap, Peter Weir establishes a satire of the media that leaves its viewers with the uneasy feeling that reality is not always what it appears to be. This work gives a short summary of the movie, as well as it depicts its style and structure. Furthermore, Peter Weir's thematic concerns are explained. The author describes docu-soaps and their appeal in order to explain which features of the docu-soap we can find in The Truman Show. The different levels of reality in the movie and the role of the audiences, that is, the tension between the perception of the viewers of the TV show inside the movie and the perception of the movie audience is another topic that is dealt with.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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