The Jewel in the Crown (1984)

The Jewel in the Crown (1984)

This series is absolute perfection. The acting is magnificent (especially Art Malik!!!), the story is fascinating and the characters are so real that one thinks that one is actually watching a documentary about the final days of the Raj. "The Jewel in the Crown" is the exemplar of the height of drama. A magnificent series that everyone should see!!

  • We watched the It Twins evolve into adults, choosing projects and pursuing passions both together and apart. That they devote one of the four chapters of this book to "Giving Back" says more about them than the paparazzi ever hav... We watched the It Twins evolve into adults, choosing projects and pursuing passions both together and apart. That they devote one of the four chapters of this book to "Giving Back" says more about them than the paparazzi ever have.

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  • Okay, I lied. Nylon is perhaps the one pretentious read on this list. Skewed to a every girl demographic, Nylon brings the underground world to the mainstream. Read about vintage inspired fashions, new bands(some mainstream, some ... Okay, I lied. Nylon is perhaps the one pretentious read on this list. Skewed to a every girl demographic, Nylon brings the underground world to the mainstream. Read about vintage inspired fashions, new bands(some mainstream, some underground), interesting travels, movies, books, and more. Its kind of like the now-defunct Jane, only better.

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  • In the late 70's into the early 80's Argentina had a "Dirty War". Approximately as many as 30, 000 people "disappeared" (Los Desaprecidos). Many of the disappeared were young pregnant women who as soon as they gave birth were murd... In the late 70's into the early 80's Argentina had a "Dirty War". Approximately as many as 30, 000 people "disappeared" (Los Desaprecidos). Many of the disappeared were young pregnant women who as soon as they gave birth were murdered. Their children were adopted by some of the military who participated in the Dirty War or by people who couldn't have children. These children of the disappeared were never told who they really are. Cautiva is a fictional account with a historical basis of what some of the children of the disappeared have gone through. Barbara Lombardo gives a stunning performance of a young girl who finds out she is not who she thinks she is.

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  • One of my favorite places to find pop culture photography. Prints are available in a variety of sizes. Make sure you check out photographer George Ioannau's work... so very, very cool.

  • Be sure to visit the site for a variety of cult art in various genres.... from cultart.com: Select Sofa: Classic • Modern George Ioannou You Talkin' To me An exclusive original painting reproduced as a special limited ... Be sure to visit the site for a variety of cult art in various genres.... from cultart.com: Select Sofa: Classic • Modern George Ioannou You Talkin' To me An exclusive original painting reproduced as a special limited edition print on canvas approved, signed and numbered by George Ioannou and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity. Edition Size: 295 prints only made up of the various sizes Print Medium: Giclée on Canvas

  • from cultart.com: Dance Good by George Ioannou The Special Hidden Features of George Ioannou's New Releases This limited edition print is available as a pair only and is offered to the collector with two different coloured ... from cultart.com: Dance Good by George Ioannou The Special Hidden Features of George Ioannou's New Releases This limited edition print is available as a pair only and is offered to the collector with two different coloured backgrounds; "Bubblegum" and "Black". The edition is made up of 245 canvas prints, 45 paper prints and 20a/p's making a total edition of 310prints. The Originals are 48x36 inch each and depict the very famous dance scene from Pulp Fiction between Vincent Vega and Mia Wallace. This print titled "Dance Good" comes from Mia Wallace's speech "I want to dance. I want to win. I want that trophy. So Dance Good!" This print follows on from the previous depiction titled "I want that trophy" which sold out within 6 months of release and has been George Ioannou's fastest selling print to date.

  • from cultart.com: The Righteous Man by George Ioannou The Special Hidden Features of George Ioannou's New Releases George Ioannou has yet again exceeded the boundaries of art. His new releases contain words and images relatin... from cultart.com: The Righteous Man by George Ioannou The Special Hidden Features of George Ioannou's New Releases George Ioannou has yet again exceeded the boundaries of art. His new releases contain words and images relating to the subject. A prime example is illustrated through his work "The Righteous Man", which gives a taste of these original additions so you can really get "up close and personal" to his art. Detailed along Samuel L. Jackson's gun are the words "I will lay my vengeance upon thee" and then captured across the entire painting in various locations is the entire "Ezekiel 25-17" passage made so famous by Jackson.

  • Pretty swanky wall bling for the Man Cave, eh? I think so.

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  • "Green Holiday" stuff is everywhere this year, and I stumbled on this funny little video animation about global warming and Christmas. Your SUV is killing Rudolph!

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  • Joe Gillis (William Holden), bankrupt screenwriter, hides from car repossessors in the garage of a deserted-looking mansion which proves to be the grotesque home of Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson), retired silent screen star. Joe t... Joe Gillis (William Holden), bankrupt screenwriter, hides from car repossessors in the garage of a deserted-looking mansion which proves to be the grotesque home of Norma Desmond (Gloria Swanson), retired silent screen star. Joe takes refuge there, with a nominal job of rewriting Norma's hopeless 'comeback' screenplay. Weeks pass; feeling more and more like a kept man, Joe grasps at reality in the form of a clandestine friendship with script reader Betty Schaefer, but it's too late... This movie won 3 Oscars, had another 13 wins an 13 nominations... So who can argue with that? It is a great, great movie (10 stars out of 10)

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