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Feb. 10.

Itinéraire d’un enfant gâté


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Itinéraire d’un enfant gâté est un film français réalisé par Claude Lelouch et sorti en 1988.

Jean-Paul Belmondo, également producteur, remporta le César du meilleur acteur 1989 pour son rôle.

Enfant trouvé élevé dans le milieu du cirque, Sam Lion a dû faire une reconversion forcée après un accident de trapèze et est devenu chef d’entreprise. Mais la cinquantaine passée, il se lasse de ses responsabilités et de son fils, Jean-Philippe

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, dont la collaboration ne lui est pas d’un grand secours. Il décide alors de disparaître en mer. Mais son passé va le rattraper en la personne d’Albert Duvivier, un de ses anciens employés. Il se perd, puis prend peu à peu conscience de l’essentiel de sa vie.

Le tournage a eu lieu à Cologne, San Francisco, Paris (dont devant la butte Montmartre), Singapour, au Zimbabwe et en Polynésie française.

La musique du film est de Francis Lai, collaborateur régulier de Claude Lelouch depuis Un homme et une femme en 1966. Il a également composé deux chansons originales touch football uniforms, sur des paroles de Didier Barbelivien : Qui me dira? et Itinéraire d’un enfant gâté.

Le label Play Time a sorti un coffret „Francis Lai Anthology“ en avril 2016 contenant la musique originale et restaurée du film.

Sorti en salles fin novembre 1988 en France, Itinéraire d’un enfant gâté rencontre un succès commercial, avec 3 254 397 entrées infant soccer socks, dont 780 074 à Paris, marquant aussi le dernier grand succès au cinéma de Jean-Paul Belmondo glass water bottle filter, qui avait essuyé un échec commercial avec Le Solitaire en 1987.

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Dez. 11.

Воинское кладбище № 137 (Ченжковице)


Памятник культуры Малопольского воеводства: регистрационный номер A-467/M от 16 апреля 2009 года

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, находящееся на территории приходского некрополя в городе Ченжковице, Малопольское воеводство glass water bottle filter, Польша. Кладбище входит в группу Западногалицийских воинских захоронений времён Первой мировой войны. На кладбище похоронены военнослужащие Австрийской, Германской и Российской армии, которые погибли в мае 1915 года во время Первой мировой войны. Охраняемый памятник Малопольского воеводства.

Кладбище было основано Департаментом воинских захоронений К. и К. военной комендатуры в Кракове в 1915 году. Кладбище спроектировал скульптор Ян Щепковский. На кладбище площадью 468 квадратных метра находится 4 братских и 55 индивидуальных могил, в которых похоронены 78 австрийских, 4 германских и 2 российских солдат.

16 апреля 2009 года воинское кладбище было внесено в реестр памятников Малопольского воеводства (№ А — 467/М).


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Okt. 18.

Timequake


Timequake is a semi-autobiographical work by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. published in 1997. Marketed as a novel, Vonnegut described the book as a „stew“, in which he alternates between summarizing a novel he had been struggling with for a number of years, and waxing nostalgic about various events in his life.

Vonnegut uses the premise of a timequake (or repetition of actions) in which there is no free will. The idea of determinism is explored—as it is in many of his previous works—to assert that people really have no free will. Kilgore Trout serves again as the main character, who the author declares as having died in 2001, at the fictitious Xanadu retreat in Rhode Island. Vonnegut explains in the beginning of the book that he was not satisfied with the original version of Timequake he wrote (or Timequake One). Taking parts of Timequake One and combining it with personal thoughts and anecdotes produced the finished product, so-called Timequake Two. Many of the anecdotes deal with Vonnegut’s family, the death of loved ones, and people’s last words.

The plot, while centered on Trout, is also a sort of ramble in which Vonnegut relays tangents to the plot and comes back dozens of pages later: the timequake has thrust citizens of the year 2001 back in time to 1991 to repeat every action they undertook during that time.

Most of the small stories in the book expound on the depression and sadness wrought by watching oneself make bad choices: people watch their parents die again best runners waist pack, drive drunk or cause accidents that severely injure others. At the end of the timequake, when people resume control, they are depressed and gripped by ennui. Kilgore Trout is the only one not affected by the apathy, and thus helps revive others by telling them, „You were sick, but now you’re well, and there’s work to do.“

In the conclusion of this book, Vonnegut (who has inserted himself into the text, something he also did in Breakfast of Champions and, to a lesser degree, in Slaughterhouse-Five) meets other authors for a celebration of Trout. The celebration, described as a „clambake,“ is heavily foreshadowed throughout the novel’s previous chapters.

It can be speculated and reasonably defended that in his advanced age Vonnegut no longer felt up to the task of composing a conventional novel in the same way he did before. Therefore, as he outlined in the introduction and underlined throughout the volume, he transformed materials that were to be the beginnings of a novel into a series of essays, including commentaries on some of his earlier works. He uses Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea as a metaphor to explain why he attempted to salvage the ideas from his erstwhile framework for a novel entitled Timequake as segments and essays. He uses this metaphor to explain his decision not to develop the „flesh“ of the novel, which he expected in his extended metaphor would ultimately be „eaten by sharks,“ corresponding both to the way Hemingway viewed the treatment of his works and to the way Vonnegut expected his own works would be treated, in light of the lack of energy he experienced and anticipating how it would affect Timequake as a novel.

The novel is divided into 63 chapters, seemingly arbitrarily. A new chapter rarely offers any sort of „break“ with a previous one; in most cases a thought which was being discussed at the conclusion of the previous chapter continues uninterrupted in the next; chapter breaks are thus used no differently than paragraph breaks discount sports jerseys.

Timequake, like many Vonnegut works, features a large number of double-spaced paragraph breaks and triple asterisks within each chapter, creating a constant sense of the author pausing between paragraphs.

Though his tone is largely cynical throughout Timequake, Vonnegut frequently makes use of various light-hearted sayings, such as „Hold on to your hats!“ or „Get a load of this!“ when segueing between ideas. Several phrases are likewise continually repeated stainless steel water container, such as „ting-a-ling“ and „he’s up in heaven now.“

The Art Brut song „Late Sunday Evening“ uses Trout’s mantra „You were sick, now you’re better glass water bottle filter, there’s work to be done“ as its refrain. The band I Would Set Myself on Fire for You uses a passage from Timequake at the beginning of their song, „The First Word That Comes To Mind““.


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