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Subtitle The Cook, The Thief, His Wife Her Lover HOT!



The Cook serves up gourmet masterpieces in a beautiful restaurant. The thief holds his tyrannical court in the restaurant, terrorising all around him. His wife has a dangerous and illicit passion. Her lover is having the riskiest affair of his life. Peter Greenaway's notorious film is a modern day revenger's tragedy spiked with comedy, starring Michael Gambon (Gosford Park), Helen Mirren (Catherine The Great, The Queen), Richard Bohringer (Diva), Alan Howard (The Secret Rapture) and Tim Roth (The Hateful Eight, Reservoir Dogs).




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An aging writer (Patrick Bauchau of The State of Things) who has lost his wife and child falls in love with a younger woman in this French feature by Viviane Candas. In French with subtitles. 92 min. aLandmark, 6:30 PM


Strange to think that when Shakespeare contemplated immortality, it was not for himself but the subject of his Sonnets. And now, four centuries after his death, while the identity of his lover remains unknown, Shakespeare survives, and in many more forms than that of either sonnet or play. As demonstrated by the nineteen uniformly accessible essays collected in Reinventing the Renaissance, Shakespeare lives on in more genres, media and cultures than ever before, some familiar (like the novel and film), some new (like the graphic novel and fanvid). For Pascale Aebischer, however, in her smart and brave monograph, Screening Early Modern Drama, Shakespeare's domination is not so secure or welcome, at least not in the film industry that is her book's subject. She identifies an alternative counter-cultural tradition of independent filmmakers who have turned instead to Shakespeare's contemporaries to inspire films with an aesthetic and politics of their own. She deftly charts out this recent movement, as well as the new technologies and distributional networks that sustain it, quite confident that filmmaking in the digital age is ready to move, in the words of her book's subtitle, Beyond Shakespeare.


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Aphasia: As the discussion seems to have gone off point I thought I'd subtitle my post. As you're probably aware, aphasia is a communications issue, normally associated with an acquired brain injury (ABI), and this, in turn, is normally caused by a stroke but could be an accident or infection. Aphasia can affect people in up to four ways and to varying degrees of severity. Receptive Aphasia is a term given to the inability to read and the inability to process incoming speech. Expressive Aphasia is a term given to the inability to write and the inability to speak, or at least, find the right word. Global Aphasia encompasses the entire list. The SayAphasia charity, recently setup has monthly walk-in meetings around the UK should you wish to meet like-minded souls for a chat and find out more information. To find out if there is a meeting near you, their website is sayaphasia.org. My wife had a stroke in 2011 and has Global Aphasia. If I were to mark on a scale of one to ten the severity (ten being most severe), to which she is afflicted I'd probably go for; Reading - 9, Processing - 9, Writing - 10, Speaking - 9. Speech and language therapy can help but, sadly, not in my wife's case. Not yet anyway. 041b061a72


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