See Hercules (Trailer).
See Truth or Dare (2018) - Dare Yo.
See Hércules 56.
See UNREAL TOURNAMENT KID (KEYBOAR.
See Mary J. Blige - Family Affair .
See Trecho do filme "Hércules.
See Most Unforgettable Tagalog Dub.
See Hercules 2006.
See Hercules in New York Trailer.
See The Best of Hercules in New Yo.
Description: One of America's best-known and most respected doctors offers a sensible approach to eating: He emphasizes enjoyment over deprivation, and long-term health benefits over short-term weight loss. Dr. Weil assures us that there is no confusion among nutrition experts about the optimal diet for health, body weight, and longevity. Understanding inflammation to be the root cause of many chronic illnesses, he gives science-based suggestions to support combat specific health concerns, all as part of an anti-inflammatory diet. On the topics of dietary supplements, he talks about what's perilous and what can help.
Description: This video provides step-by-step instructions for cultivating Psilocybe cubensis mushrooms at home. Viewers areintroduced to the mushroom lifecycle, sterilization techniques, inoculation methods, substrates, incubation, terrariums, humidification methods, casings, agar media, strain isolation, and bulk growing.
Description: The topics of this documentary is a straightforward one: presenter Andrew Wallace-Hadrill introduces us to the treasures of Herculaneum, the town close to Pompeii that suffered a related fate as a effect of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, but which was covered under a far thicker layer of lava and another materials.
Description: Culinary artist Nomi Shannon shows us how to test nuts and seeds to create hearty entrees and protein-rich meals. Nomi demonstrates how to create nori rolls, stuffed peppers, 'neat-balls' and gravy, Asian pate, chiles rellenos, pâté, loaves and the sun garden burger.
Description: In these lessons, Odell Borg teaches fresh users about the Native American flute. Subject include: fingering, tone, melody, rhythm, breath control, as well as the features, characteristics, and care of the instrument.
Description: Culinary artist Nomi Shannon prepares luscious entrées and explains how to expand her recipes to feed a crowd. Nomi prepares raw lasagna, an all-raw pasta (with pesto, pomadoro, or marinara sauce), and a spinach mouse—the raw meal respond to quiche!
Description: Odell Borg, an accomplished user and maker of Native American flutes, teaches about embouchures, rhythm, scales, duets, double flutes, dealing with moisture accumulation, composing songs, and breaking through barriers.
Description: Learn about guitar! In this instructional video, both technique and notation are shown on-screen in an easy-to-understand format. Students are introduced to the basics of chords, riffs, guitar tuning, and types of guitars. Fresh guitarists learn the instrument by testing songs popularized by such bands as Coldplay, U2, Stereophonics, Muse, AC/DC, and the Beatles.
Description: In these three primary workouts, you’ll be guided through a series of fun and simple yoga postures. "Beginners' Class" (46 min.) is an introduction to the practice of yoga; "AM Wake-up" (12 min.) is an energizing workout to begin the day by awakening your body and mind; "PM Relax & Restore" (10 min.) is a restorative series of poses to calm your mind and body.
Description: Build a powerful core with two fun, demanding practices that combine core conditioning with interval training. The 10-minute "Fit Abs" practice alternates between traditional yoga movements and slow-burn holds. In "Core Yoga Flow" (40 min.), you transport continuously.
Description: Developed by Thích Nhất Hạnh himself, the exercises taught here combine easy stretching and graceful gestures with mindfulness meditation. Join Thich Nhat Hanh and Plum Village monk Brother Michael to discover ten special movements. Practice them before or after sitting meditation anytime you have a several mins to refresh your body and quiet your mind.
Description: Awarded "Film Of The Year" at the 2014 International Freeski Movie Festival, TGR's Almost Ablaze is a global odyssey combining state-of-the-art cinematography and the most progressive riding on The Planet. Experience a fresh lvl of sensory overload as every athlete is wired for sound, immersing the audience fully in the moment. Watch as athletes push the edge to realize a heightened state.
Description: In 1932, Linnea Carlsson was brought to a mental institution. When she came back, thirty years soon - she was fully changed. In this short documentary, Johanna Bernhardson tries to search out what really happened to Linnea - who was her grandmothers sister.
Description: Her celebrated photograph Migrant Mother is one of the most recognized and arresting photos in the world, a haunting portrait that came to represent the suffering of America’s Nice Depression. Yet several know the story, struggles and profound body of work of the girl who created the portrait: Dorothea Lange
Description: Allow the sun shine in! Ramel Rones gently tutorials you through the morning with a series of strong mind/body exercises that awaken the senses, stimulate the mind, and fill your body and spirit with abundant energy. This simplified, short t'ai chi ch'uan sequence is practiced to both the left and right for balance. This video is intended to be a comprehensive introduction to tai chi. Rones also offers recommendations to intermediate and advanced students.
Description: Malana, a remote village in the Himalayas, isolated from outside civilization for thousands of years has been fostering a primitive existence in harmony with nature and a special model of democracy of consensus. They have also been producing some of the greatest quality hashish in the world. A true life storyline of transition, this ancient civilization being invaded and obliterated by the modern democracy. Narrated in an epic structure, a visual essay from the edge of the globe with a message of trust, peace and eternal unity.
Description: The eagerly awaited follow-up to the hugely famous Unrideables profiling the nice career of Wayne Rainey. Doohan, Lawson, Mamola, Schwantz and Gardner made their marks on racing but even amongst these giants of the sport Rainey stood proud. Week-in-week-out, the riders engaged in high pressure wheel-to-wheel wars at some of the most iconic race circuits across the globe. Rewards for success were large but the price to be paid for getting things wrong was severe – Schwantz broke both wrists, Doohan shattered his leg and Wayne Rainey, who tasted success more than most, actually has to test a wheelchair following a horrific ruin at Misano. This is the storyline of Rainey's adrenaline fuelled career with input from friends, rivals, managers, journalists and the boy himself.
Description: An award-winning feature-length documentary narrated by Golden World nominee Blair Underwood, FIRST GENERATION says the storyline of four high school students - an inner town athlete, a tiny city waitress, a Samoan fighter dancer, and the daughter of migrant field workers - who set out to break the cycle of poverty and bring hope to their families and communities by pursuing a college education. Shot over the course of three years and featuring some of our nation’s top educational experts (Richard Kahlenberg, The Century Foundation; J.B. Schramm, College Summit; Dr. Bill Tierney, University of Southern California), this 95 minute documentary explores the trouble of college access faced by first generation and low-income students and how their success has major implications for the future of our nation.
Description: This movie tries to create a silent record of the comeback of an economy of scale, its flows, and its results upon the transformation of an island’s physical and human landscape.
Description: The word panchão was first heard in Macao. From the Chinese pan-tcheong or pau-tcheong, dictionaries define it as a Macanese regionalism also known as China cracker. Who inhabits the ancient IEC Long firecracker factory?
Description: The documentary shows avant-gardist tendencies in contemporary graffiti. Works, mostly workgroups, whose main detail is to go far removed or beyond overcome traditions of their category in terms of aesthetics, content and ideals.
Description: Photographed by an all-female team and directed by the creator of Sexual Politics, these are autobiographical interiews with three very various girls who talk frankly about their lives, conflicts, and contrasting life styles.
Description: At Uz, an isolated hamlet in the northern mountains of Portugal, four generations live together in a group of around fifty people. When life is rough, solidarity is of the highest order. Everything else is left in God’s hands. They should have emigrated, like so many others, but chose to stay and hold their ancestral method of life, away from the racket of modernity.
Description: Bruce Baillie's Mr. Hayashi might be thought of as a putative East Coast storyline transformed by a West Coast sensibility. The narrative, slight as it is, mounts a social critique of sorts, involving the difficulty the game character, a Japanese gardener, has finding work that pays adequately. But the beauty of Baillie's black-and-white photography, the misty lusciousness of the landscapes he chooses to photograph, and the strong silence of Mr. Hayashi's figure within them create the viewer forget all about economics and ethnicity. The shots remind us of Sung scrolls of fields and mountain peaks, where the human figure is dwarfed in the middle distance. Rather than a study of unemployment, the movie becomes a study of nested layers of stillness and serenity.
Description: Surprising Europe follows Ugandan born journalist Ssuuna Golooba making a movie and site about life in Europe, and his return back to Africa to warn his brothers back home that Europe is not the paradise they imagine it to be. But do folks wish to hear his message?
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In September 1969, a group of Brazilian revolutionary activists fighting the military regime kidnapped US Ambassador Charles Elbrick in Rio de Janeiro, demanding, in exchange of his secure release, the freedom of 15 political prisoners, many of them leaders of anti-government actions and organizations, ranging from young students to old-time activists. First-time director Silvio Da-Rin (a veteran movie sound recordist and mixer) interviews all the surviving participants (5 of the kidnappers and 9 of the freed prisoners), who recall the preparation and the kidnapping itself, their subsequent flight to exile in Mexico in the units cargo airplane "Hercules 56" (hence the title) under the armed surveillance of military troops, and soon on their guerrilla training in Cuba under Fidel Castro. In "Hércules", they reassess the political circumstances, inner motivations and tempestuous, multi-fold consequences of their action in Brazilian political life.The movie may be a tiny hard for "beginners": if you don't already know the basics about Brazilian politics in the late 1960s, you may feel lost actually and then. Neither Da- Rin nor his interviewees explain how, why and which leftist organizations were active then, nor the ideological differences between them (though they ranged from legalistic confrontation to revolutionary armed guerrillas), or even what their acronyms stood for (ALN, MR-8, VPR, DI-GB, etc). If you're unfamiliar with Brazilian politics, you won't be aware that one of the kidnappers, Franklin Martins, became a popular political TV commentator in Brazil's largest network corporation (!) and is actually a minister of state (!!). Or that one of the released prisoners, José Dirceu, had plastic surgery to alter his face, changed his name and identity and come back (illegally) to Brazil, continuing his clandestine activities. In 2003, Dirceu became an all-powerful minister of state and right arm to Brazil's President Lula, until, in 2006, he was caught in one of Brazil's dirtiest political scandals involving active corruption and was forced to resign, in one of the most detrimental drawbacks of Brazil's first democratically elected left-wing government.The reason for hiding that notification may be obvious: Da-Rin doesn't wish us to connect them with what they've BECOME, he's trying to capture what they once were. Besides, if Da- Rin were to "connect all the dots" (for example, giving them time to say us how they regained legitimate citizenship), he would have required some 4 or 5 hours (it's a REALLY complex and multi-layered saga). The necessary thing is this is the first time all the active participants of the notorious kidnapping -- or "capture" as Martins prefers to place it -- express in a single movie their recollections and afterthoughts about that happening that probably (as some of them admit now) triggered the violent counter-reaction of the military vs leftist organizations, ultimately leading Brazil to the darkest and most violent times (the early and mid-1970s) of the military regime -- a time when illegal, arbitrary imprisonment, torture and assassination became routine practice vs revolutionaries, artists, workers, union leaders, students and intellectuals.One of the vital things when watching this documentary is to realize how incredibly young most of the activists were at the time (most in their early 20s), how every one's "commitment to the cause" and political experience varied greatly, and how the praxis of urban guerrilla was still thought to be a perfectly valid way of overthrowing dictatorial regimes -- Cuba still represented the realization of the Marxist doctrines and the proletarian revolutionary dream, though uncomfortable questions were being posed by controversial movies like T.G.Alea's 1968 "Memórias del Subdesarrollo" and Glauber Rocha's 1967 "Terra em Transe", as well as by some top intellectuals. It's also fascinating to realize that there was once an era (those nice 1960s) where political problems -- anti-imperialism, anti-militarism and legitimate democracy -- should apparently unite such various "birds" ("Uccellacci e Uccellini") as liberals, historical communists, rebellious/expelled military men, petit bourgeois students, intellectuals, artists and proletarians, today unequivocally separated in distinct interests, corporations and social classes, most of them (some placidly, some miserably, some shamelessly) just minding their own businesses."Hércules 56" is a significant piece of the mosaic that Brazilian cinema is trying to place together in its healthy effort to reassess for 21st century viewers the ominous 21 years of dictatorial military regime (1964-1985), something which can't, of course, be covered by one, five or even 10 films. Even if "Hércules 56" covers "only" one single (big) event, and even if it does require some homework from the audience, it's essential viewing for all those interested in Brazilian and Latin-American history.PS: This same kidnapping is fictionally depicted in Bruno Barreto's romanticized and politically sanitized "4 Days in September" with Alan Arkin and Fernanda Torres.
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