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What's New on DVD in September: 'First Cow,' 'Blumhouse of Horrors,' 'Roman Holiday' and More
New Indie One of the best films of 2020 — and the last one I'll get to see in a theater for who knows how long — Kelly Reichardt's "First Cow" (Lionsgate) sees the director once again turning to the American frontier to tell a story about America now. John Magaro and Orion Lee play two men in pioneer-era Oregon who go into business selling fried-dough "oilycakes" to homesick miners, but find themselves in the crosshairs of the plutocrat who owns the territory's only source of fresh milk. It's gorgeous, elegaic, witty, and powerful — and you'll crave some funnel cakes.
And it's that time again! With her latest post, (55) got herself into trouble from the fans again. Only recently, the wife of millionaire (56) had a shit storm. The reason was in July, which she now made public. Now the blonde is once again exposed to criticism - and again due to the Corona crisis.
Critical comments are almost the order of the day at the Geissens. There was also a lot to complain about on her yacht, as you can see in the video below.Carmen Geiss shares a photo from the airport
Travel to distant countries and vacation on the beach were not possible for most Germans this year, or at least not recommended. Due to the Corona crisis, many have given up their vacation and stayed at home. Only do not seem to be able to withstand . The 55-year-old shared a photo of herself on Instagram, which she showed at the security check at the airport. Carmen, Robert and their daughters (16) and (17) went to Dubai - and that doesn't really suit Carmen's fans!
Why 'Fireball' Producer Sandbox Films Doesn't Need Talking Heads to Make Smart Science Documentaries
In Werner Herzog and Clive Oppenheimer's "Fireball: Visitors From Darker Worlds," the directors show you gloriously colorful images of meteorites containing atomic particles of five-fold symmetry, a geometric shape thought to be impossible in nature. It's a beautiful sight, but the German auteur concedes that he "won't torture you" with more testimony from a bespectacled professor about how the math works. That line captures the ethos for the new production company Sandbox Films, which produced "Fireball" and launched last month at TIFF with a lineup of other science-based documentary films all in development.
Robert Geiss ‘Woman is heavily criticized
Especially in view of the increasing number of infections and the critical Corona situation, many users consider it inappropriate to travel now. A fan writes under Carmen's post: "Why do you have to fly around in the world during these difficult times?" Another user comments: "A few days ago I was scared to death because of Corona, shortness of breath, etc. Thanks to flash healing, you can already endure the pressure in the plane again? But jet set is important, you have to have something to post, even if you're dead was consecrated. "
Carmen recently spoke to "Bild" about her corona infection. Then she said: "." Against this background, a journey in the current situation is incomprehensible for many.
6 Famous People Who Were In The Peace Corps
The Peace Corps is a volunteer program run by the United States government, and it generally works to improve social and economic development around the world. The organization has long attracted people from all over the global landscape, with a number of politicians, writers, and performing artists having once been members. Chris Matthews, for example, was a Peace Corps volunteer stationed in
Oops, did Carmen dig too deep into the Photoshop box? In the video below you can see a picture that puzzled the fans.
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