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Tokyo!
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Tokyo! is a 2008 anthology film containing three segments written by three non-Japanese directors, all of which were filmed in Tokyo, Japan. Michel Gondry of The Science of Sleep and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Leos Carax of Les Amants du Pont-Neuf, Bong Joon-ho of Memories of Murder and The Host each directed a segment. It is an adaptation of the short story comic "Cecil and Jordan in New York" by Gabrielle Bell. Hiroko and Akira (Ayako Fujitani and Ryo Kase) are a young couple from the provinces who arrive in Tokyo with limited funds, short-term lodging and what appears to be a solid and mutually supportive relationship that will seemingly carry them through any challenge. Akira is an aspiring filmmaker whose debut feature will soon screen in the city and hopefully lead to a more solid career, in the interim, he lands work wrapping gifts at a local department store.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Alive AG Radio Bemba Sound System Weltmusik CD ...
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Latin-Rock, Punk, Rap, Flamenco Rumba - all das und vieles mehr verrührt er zum genre- und grenzüberschreitenden Cross-Culture-Mix.nnDer Mann, der uns 2000 mit Bongo Bong einen unwiderstehlichen Sommer-Hit schenkte (und dem Soundtrack zum Madonna-Film The Next Big Thing ein echtes Highlight bescherte), meldet sich mit dem ersten Live-Album seiner Solokarriere zurück. Rund 100 Gigs hat Manu Chao in der Zwischenzeit mit seiner zehnköpfigen Tour-Band Radio Bemba Sound System überall auf dem Erdball gespielt. Von Marseille bis Tokyo und von Los Angeles bis Moskau -- allerorten brachte die bunte Truppe die Hallen mit ihrem multikulturellen Musik-Ratatouille zum Kochen. Im September 2001 trat Manu Chao, ehemals Kopf und Bommelmütze der Gruppe Mano Negra, dann live in Paris auf und ließ das Tonband mitlaufen. In der Grande Halle de la Vilette standen an jenem Abend Stücke aus den beiden Soloalben auf dem Programm. So erklangen etwa der Ska-Song Welcome To Tijuana und die Reggae-Nummer El Viento vom Debüt Clandestino. Und mit Mr. Bobby, einer Hommage an Bob Marley, war auch ein Höhepunkt der zweiten Solo-CD Proxima Estacion: Esperanca vertreten. Daneben interpretierte Oscar Tramor (so der bürgerliche Name) mehrere Klassiker von Mano Negra in fetzigen Bühnenfassungen. Da wären zum Beispiel Machine Gun (Casa Babylon) und Peligro (Amerika Perdida) zu nennen. Stilistisch setzt hier der überzeugte Weltbürger und Globetrotter aus Leidenschaft seine Erkundungsfahrt durch die Musikformen aller Kontinente munter fort. Latin-Rock (Por Donde Saldra El Sol?), Punk (Mala Vida), Rap (The Monkey), Flamenco Rumba (Rumba de Barcelona) -- all das und vieles mehr verrührt er zum genre- und grenzüberschreitenden Cross-Culture-Mix. Internationaler geht's nimmer! --Harald Kepler (ORIGINAL RELASE: 2002) TRACKS: 1. Intro - 2. Bienvenida A Tijuana - 3. Machine Gun - 4. Por Donde Saldra El Sol? - 5. Peligro - 6. Welcome To Tijuana - 7. El Viento - 8. Casa Babylon - 9. Por El Suelo - 10. Blood And Fire - 11. Ezln Para Tod@s Todo - 12. Mr Bobby - 13. Bongo Bong - 14. Radio Bemba - 15. Que Paso Que Paso - 16. Pinocchio (vaggio In Groppa Al Tonno) - 17. Cahi En La Trampa - 18. Clan- Destino - 19. Rumba De Barcelona - 20. La Despedida - 21. Mala Vida - 22. Radio Bemba 2 - 23. Que Paso Que Paso 2 - 24. Pinocchio 2 (vaggio In Groppa Al Tonno) - 25. La Primavera - 26. The Monkey - 27. King Kong Five - 28. Minha Galera - 29. Promiscuity

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Wings of Courage
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From the war-torn skies over Europe to the empty expanses of the Pacific, pilots were the vanguard of the American military machine during the dark days of World War II. Discover their experiences as numerous eyewitness accounts explore the terror, adrenalin and courage which defined aerial combat. Focusing on four elite fighter units across both the European and Pacific theaters of operations, readers gain a unique insight into the battles against Germany and Japan. The book opens with the experience of 354th Fighter Group, the first fighter pilots to receive the legendary Mustang fighter, enabling them to finally take up the fight against the German Reich. Continuing the focus on the European Theater of Operations is the story of the 332nd Fighter Group - the Tuskegee Airmen - the only all-black unit of the airforce, revealing how they rose above discrimination to be feared by their enemies and revered by their colleagues. The action then switches to the Pacific, where the crack 475th Fighter Group included amongst its ranks the highest scoring American pilots, the legendary Dick Bong and Tom McGuire. The book concludes with the story of the pilots based on Iwo Jima who risked their lives to fly hundreds of miles across the Pacific, with no hope of rescue, in order to attack the heavily defended Japanese mainland. Those who survived earned themselves membership of a unique society - the 'Tokyo Club'. In this moving and enthralling account, we pay tribute to these ordinary men who became extraordinary American heroes.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.07.2020
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Wings of Courage
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From the war-torn skies over Europe to the empty expanses of the Pacific, pilots were the vanguard of the American military machine during the dark days of World War II. Discover their experiences as numerous eyewitness accounts explore the terror, adrenalin and courage which defined aerial combat. Focusing on four elite fighter units across both the European and Pacific theaters of operations, readers gain a unique insight into the battles against Germany and Japan. The book opens with the experience of 354th Fighter Group, the first fighter pilots to receive the legendary Mustang fighter, enabling them to finally take up the fight against the German Reich. Continuing the focus on the European Theater of Operations is the story of the 332nd Fighter Group - the Tuskegee Airmen - the only all-black unit of the airforce, revealing how they rose above discrimination to be feared by their enemies and revered by their colleagues. The action then switches to the Pacific, where the crack 475th Fighter Group included amongst its ranks the highest scoring American pilots, the legendary Dick Bong and Tom McGuire. The book concludes with the story of the pilots based on Iwo Jima who risked their lives to fly hundreds of miles across the Pacific, with no hope of rescue, in order to attack the heavily defended Japanese mainland. Those who survived earned themselves membership of a unique society - the 'Tokyo Club'. In this moving and enthralling account, we pay tribute to these ordinary men who became extraordinary American heroes.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.07.2020
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