The movie Desert Flower, apart from the controversial topic of rural Islamic poor infesting civilized European cities, raises another issue of religious barbarism: female circumcision.
All the news networks seem to get the most of dead famous people. Maybe I should also parasite on the death of Whitney Houston?
Quentin Tarantino is one of my favourite directors.
He uses so much all-american imagery in his movies and twists it in his very own, unmistakable fashion. Zippo, an American icon, is a full-time actor in most Tarantino films, with The Four Rooms being the zenith of the lighter’s stardom.
A nice late 1980’s movie on time travel, featuring a cripple.
This guy in wheelchair doesn’t seem to have any legs.
A 2000 BBC documentary, Superhuman: Spare Parts, presents several options for people who lost their hands.
Let’s take a look at all of them
When I was a kid, we used to like burning camp fires a lot. Fire is magnificent. Gathering wood in the forest, setting up the fire, gathering even more wood to keep it burning, and finally sitting around it mesmerised by the flames… there’s something fascinating about it. That’s what our prehistoric ancestors did. That’s what helped them live longer, survive the Ice Age and eventually evolve in what we are now.
This is a dream sequence for people who have injured or lost fingers, limbs or organs:
The Fifth Element was released in 1997 and the CGI looks dated now, but the costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier are still too haute couture for everyday wear. Anyway, the concept behind this scene is fascinating.
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