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dead poets society || sign of the times [CC]

dead poets society || sign of the times [CC]

— medicine, law, business, engineering, — these are all noble pursuits, and necessary to sustain life. — but poetry, beauty, romance, love, — these are what we stay alive for. (just stop your crying, it’s a sign of the times) (welcome to the final show) (i hope you’re wearing your best clothes) (you can’t bribe the door on your way to the sky) (you look pretty good down here) (but you ain’t really good) (we never learn, we’ve been here…

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Divorce: Iran Style (Culture Documentary) | Real Stories

Divorce: Iran Style (Culture Documentary) | Real Stories

Josh Derada is a Clearik and an expert in Islamic law This is an Family Court dealing only with Markle dispute and divorce Josh Derada allowed us to film in his Court and made us ‘welcome’ The Court is in formenal and we often owned in the Princepal A husband has the legal right to divorce but he must get a the Court order to pay his wife from the Complication The Court disapproves the divorce and assumed that woman…

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Afrofuturism in popular culture: Wanuri Kahiu at TEDxNairobi

Afrofuturism in popular culture: Wanuri Kahiu at TEDxNairobi

Translator: Michael Wilson Reviewer: Denise RQ My talk [is] about Afrofuturism and the African. Afrofuturism is considered what speculative fiction, myths, legends, science fiction, and the stories of that genre are to African Americans, Africa, Africa of the Diaspora, and black people in general. What Denenge Akpem refers it to is what blackness looks like in the future, real or imagined. Now, the history of Afrofuturism comes from America and was first coined by a man called Mark Dery. When…

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Sudden Ominous Music Heard Across U.S., Nation Panicking

Sudden Ominous Music Heard Across U.S., Nation Panicking

If you’re just joining us, we are continuing our coverage of the ominous music that is sending panic across the nation. The suspenseful music was first heard throughout the country at 3:10 Eastern Standard Time this afternoon sending citizens and government officials on high alert. Something really bad is going to happen, I can just feel it. We go now live to Washington correspondent Jane Carmichael with an update. Hi Andrea. -Jane do we have any more information on the…

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The Ending Of ‘Midsommar’ Explained | Pop Culture Decoded

The Ending Of ‘Midsommar’ Explained | Pop Culture Decoded

[Narrator] “Midsommar” is a horror movie about a Swedish festival gone very, very wrong. The film was written and directed by Ari Aster, the man behind 2018’s “Hereditary.” This follow-up is equally disturbing and just as baffling. Here are all of the symbols and hidden references in the movie, and how they relate to its shocking ending. Warning: Spoilers ahead. First of all, while “Midsommar” quickly turns into a cultish nightmare, the movie is ultimately about the end of a…

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Camp Camp: Episode 14 – Culture Day | Rooster Teeth

Camp Camp: Episode 14 – Culture Day | Rooster Teeth

Gus: You’re fired, no severance! You have a happy holidays though. David: Gwen, are you as excited as I am for Culture Day? Gwen: Ecstatic. David: I can’t wait for all the campers to share their personal heritage with us. It’ll be great and informative! Nerris: Welcome weary travelers! Might I interest you in tales from my homeland of Vinyamar? David: Where on earth is that? Gwen: I think you mean middle-earth. David: What?! Campers, we are not here to…

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My identity is a superpower — not an obstacle | America Ferrera

My identity is a superpower — not an obstacle | America Ferrera

On the red tiles in my family’s den I would dance and sing to the made-for-TV movie “Gypsy,” starring Bette Midler. (Singing) “I had a dream. A wonderful dream, papa.” I would sing it with the urgency and the burning desire of a nine-year-old who did, in fact, have a dream. My dream was to be an actress. And it’s true that I never saw anyone who looked like me in television or in films, and sure, my family and…

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Does Hollywood hurt America? — with Camille Paglia (1995) | THINK TANK

Does Hollywood hurt America? — with Camille Paglia (1995) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello, I’m Ben Wattenberg. There is a great deal of sex and violence on television, in the movies, and in our popular music. Does this lead to unacceptable behavior? Is this coarsening our lives? Or are sex and violence age-old staples of art and literature? In any event, what tools are available in a free society to change popular culture? Joining us to sort through the conflict and the consensus are Camille Paglia, professor of humanities at the…

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Dead Poets Society – Students’ Poetry Scene

Dead Poets Society – Students’ Poetry Scene

To Chris. I see a sweetness in her smile. Bright light shines from her eyes. But life is complete. Contentment is mine. Just knowing that… Just knowing that. she’s alive. Sorry, captain, it’s stupid. No, no, it’s not stupid. It’s good effort.It touched on one of the major themes: love. A major theme not only in poetry, but life. Mr. Hopkins, you were laughing. You’re up. The cat sat on the mat. Congratulations, Mr. Hopkins. You have the first poem…

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