Killing Zoe (1994)
An American safecracker named Zed (Eric Stoltz) is summoned to Paris by his childhood buddy, Eric (Jean-Hugues Anglade), to help pull a Bastille Day bank heist. Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 of February, 2013. 7:00PM Dreams of easy money quickly evaporate when the heist goes sour and Eric transforms into a psychotic, drug-crazed sociopath. This highly(…)
Many people wonder what their dreams mean. Sometimes they make you wonder if you are crazy. This book will shed some light on how to interpret your dreams and find out about why you dream what you dream.
“An illustrated A-Z guide in which the author interprets the meanings of dreams, covering every topic from adultery to the zodiac. The text explains how and why we have dreams, nightmares and recurring dreams, and explores the idea of whether the future can be seen through dreams.”
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On a six-mile climb on the Maine-New Hampshire extension of the Appalachian Trail, nine-year-old Trisha Mcfarland rapidly feels sick of the consistent quibbling between her more seasoned sibling, Pete, and her as of late separated mother. Anyhow when she meanders off without anyone else present, and afterward tries to discover up by endeavoring an alternate route, she gets lost in a forest loaded with hazard and dread.
As sunsets, Trisha has just her inventiveness as a barrier against the components, and just her boldness and confidence to withstand her mounting reasons for alarm. For comfort she tunes her Walkman to shows of Boston Red Sox baseball match and follows the gritty performances of her hero, relief pitcher Tom Gordon. Also when her radio’s gathering starts to blur, Trisha envisions that Tom Gordon is with her – securing her from an all-too-real enemy who has left a trail of slaughtered animals and mangled trees in the dense, dark woods..
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One of the more interesting guides in Mondo Books, Directors´s companion tells you, surprisingly, how to direct. Author is head of acting in UCLA´s Theatre Department and has taught acting and directing for many years. The book claims to be a near mandatory resource for aspiring directors
“Characterized by its compact form and readable style, THE DIRECTOR’S COMPANION pays particular attention to the language of a play and the importance of the director’s dialogue. A director cannot direct successfully without a firm grasp of the author’s intent.”
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Philosophical treat for those interested in philosophy of language.
Grice’s first hook, this book incorporates the since a long time ago deferred production of his tremendously compelling 1967 William James Lectures. At the same time there is substantially more in this work. Paul Grice himself has deliberately masterminded and confined the succession of articles to underline not a not a certain set of ideas but a habit of mind,, a style of philosophizing.
Grice has, to make sure, furnished theory with pivotal plans. His record of speaker-significance is the standard that others use to characterize their own particular minor divergences or future elaborations. His examination of conversational implicatures has given thinkers an essential device for the examination of assorted types of issues; it has likewise established the framework for a lot of work by different savants and etymologists about presupposition.
Grices metaphysical defense of absolute values is starting to be considered the beginning of a new phase in philosophy. This is a vital book for all who are interested in Anglo-American philosophy.
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