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Hi everyone! This may come as a shock, but just like all of you… I LOVE MOVIES & TV SHOWS!!! Hehe. I like almost any kind. Both fiction and non fiction. Ranging through sappy true love genres, scary movies, cheesy or slapstick funny types, documentaries, how things are made, international films, scifi, adventure, fantasy, action packed whoopers, the list goes on. 😁😆 Basically I love stories.
● Young Frankenstein (1974) ●
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2020 ᐯᕮᑎIᑕᕮ ᑕᗩᖇᑎIᐯᗩᒪ…….*ITᗩᒪY
★In 1980, Venice renewed the tradition. Every year,on February 08th to February 25th three million visitors fill the bridges, canals and squares of Venice and turn the city into a giant theater stage.
★The city itself becomes a living and breathing decoration. Visiting the city during the carnival dates is a marvelous opportunity to reveal the most closely guarded secrets of one of the most unique and magic cities in the world. The mask is an indispensable part of ancient tradition from the 11th century
★ The original Carnival took place in 1162 to honor one of Venice’s victorious battles when the city was known as the Repubblica della Serenissima. It took more than a hundred years before city leaders proclaimed Carnival
an official event, and then it grew until its wild peak in the 18th century,
when Venice was renowned as the pleasure capital of Europe, producing the
likes of the famously hedonistic Casanova.The carnival of Venice is unlike
any other carnival in Europe or the whole world.
★ To best understand Carnival of Venice, you need to understand the importance of the maschera or masks.The mascherari, or professional
mask makers, have prestigious roles in society, with statues honoring
them dating to 1436.Masks allow members from all classes of society
to party together under the veil of anonymity.
★ Will make you wish you lived in a different time period ★
★ ᕼᗩᐯᕮ ᗩ ᗯOᑎᗪᕮᖇᖴᑌᒪ ᗯᕮᕮK…….STᗩY Sᗩᖴᕮ
….IᑎTᕮᖇᑎᕮT GOᕮS ᗩᑭᕮ ᖴOᖇ ᗪOᑌᗷᒪᕮ-GOᖇIᒪᒪᗩ SᕮᒪᖴIᕮ
A man’s selfie with two upright gorillas is taking the internet by storm.
The picture from the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic
of the Congo has been shared and retweeted nearly 10,000 times since
it was first posted last Monday.
According to park officials, the picture features two park caretakers
along with orphaned female gorillas Ndakazi and Ndeze, who have
lived in a sanctuary at Virunga since they were infants.
ᕼᗩᐯᕮ ᗩ ᗯOᑎᗪᕮᖇᖴᑌᒪ ᗯᕮᕮKᕮᑎᗪ…….STᗩY Sᗩᖴᕮ
ᗩᗯᗩᖇᗪ ᗯIᑎᑎIᑎG SᕼOᖇT ᖴIᒪᗰ…..★ Tᕼᕮ ᑎᕮIGᕼᗷOᖇS ᗯIᑎᗪOᗯ
★ Inspired by a true story, the film was written and directed by three-time Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker, Marshall Curry. Starring Tony-nominated Maria Dizzia……Tᕼᕮ ᑎᕮIGᕼᗷOᖇS ᗯIᑎᗪOᗯ tells the story of Alli,
a mother of young children who has grown frustrated with her daily routine. But her life is shaken up when two free-spirited twenty-somethings move in across the street and she discovers that she can see into their apartment
A delicate tale in which envy bleeds into empathy..Unexpected and moving
ᕼᗩᑭᑭY SᑌᑎᗪᗩY…ᕼᗩᐯᕮ ᗩ Sᗩᖴᕮ ᗩᑎᗪ ᗯOᑎᗪᕮᖇᖴᑌᒪ ᗯᕮᕮK ᗩᕼᕮᗩᗪ.0 Comments