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Better Off Ted, crazy capitalism

Broadcasted in United States on ABC since March 2009, “Better Off Ted” is an American TV serie created by Victor Fresno. The first season has 13 episodes and the serie was renewed for a second season of 18 episodes to begin broadcasting in January 2010.

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Meddy Gerville at New Morning

Want to party and eat creole food? Go and have a look at New Morning (famous concert hall in Paris, France) this Saturday, October 17, 2009 at 8 P.M. and take part in “Ri Sofé” of Meddy Gerville, mixture of jazz and rhythms of the Reunion Island.

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Emily Remler, a forgotten jazz guitar legend

Like rock, jazz has seen a lot of musicians dying young like Charlie Parker or Charlie Christian. But most of them became very famous. That was not the case for Emily Remler who died at 32. She was a truly exceptional guitarist who studied in the Berklee School and then succeeded in making her own place in the very male orientated world of jazz guitar.

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The figure of the fool in love with Yvan Attal (Leaving, Regrets)

    Random programming and coincidence between filmmakers, two French films, “Leaving” (“Partir”) by Catherine Corsini and “Regrets” (“Les Regrets”) by Cédric Kahn, were released in France with the same actor Yvan Attal, and the same type of story: a story of a man that love will make him crazy and will push him in extreme reactions against the rejection of the woman he loves.

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Fish Tank (2009) by Andrea Arnold

Fish Tank is the story of Mia (Katie Jarvis), a volatile 15-year-old, who is always in trouble and who has become excluded from school and ostracized by her friends. One hot summer´s day her mother (Kierston Wareing) brings home a mysterious stranger called Connor (Michael Fassbender) who promises to change everything and bring love into all their lives.

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Le Voleur, Analyse I by Stéphane Hoarau

Le Voleur Analyse 1 - couverture

“I am not a silent reader: I exclaim, I question, I scribble and say loudly, sometimes I growl: I speak: however, there is always a frustration: these spontaneous movements of the body have to echoe the mournful silence of the place where I am (I always read in silence… how else can you hear those voices that invite you to live?). How can you reply to the text?” Stéphane Hoarau

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