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Journal Reference:

  1. Will A. Overholt, Susan Trumbore, Xiaomei Xu, Till L. V. Bornemann, Alexander J. Probst, Markus Krüger, Martina Herrmann, Bo Thamdrup, Laura A. Bristow, Martin Taubert, Valérie F. Schwab, Martin Hölzer, Manja Marz, Kirsten Küsel. Carbon fixation rates in groundwater similar to those in oligotrophic marine systems. Nature Geoscience, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41561-022-00968-5

However, genetic analyses of microorganisms in groundwater have indicated that even here many microorganisms are capable of primary production. In the absence of light, they must obtain the energy from oxidising inorganic compounds, like from reduced sulfur of the surrounding rocks. However, the role of primary producers in the subsurface had never been confirmed before.

Groundwater is one of our most important sources of clean drinking water. The groundwater environment of the carbonate aquifers alone, which is the focus of the study, provides about ten per cent of the world’s drinking water. With this in mind, the researchers carried out measurements of microbial microorganism carbon fixation in a subsurface aquifer, 5 to 90 metres underground.

Surprisingly high primary production rates in total darkness

“The rates we measured were much higher than we anticipated,” says the first author of the study Dr Will Overholt, Postdoctoral Researcher at Friedrich Schiller University Jena. “They equal carbon fixation rates measured in nutrient-poor marine surface waters and are up to six-fold greater than those observed in the lower zones of the sunlit open ocean, where there is just enough light for photosynthesis.” Based on the measured carbon fixation rates, the researchers conservatively extrapolated global primary production in carbonate groundwater to be 110 million metric tons of carbon per year. Collectively, the net primary productivity of approximately 66 per cent of the planet’s groundwater reservoirs would total 260 million metric tons of carbon per year, which is approximately 0.5 per cent that of marine systems and 0.25 per cent of global net primary production estimates.

“This may sound small but these measurements represent only our first estimate of what the true global value may be,” says senior author Prof Kirsten Küsel from the University of Jena and iDiv. “Since there is very little energy available in these nutrient-poor and permanently dark habitats, even a small percentage of the global primary production is a surprise.”

The researchers also sought to identify the microorganisms responsible for fixing carbon and generating new biomass within the aquifer. Metagenomic analyses point to a highly abundant microorganism not closely related to previously studied bacteria, within an uncharacterised order of Nitrospiria. “As food, these organisms are thought to form the basis of life for the entire groundwater ecosystem with all of its thousands of microbial species, similar to the role algae play in the oceans or plants on land,” says Overholt.

Unique method to measure primary production of microorganisms in aquifers

Measuring carbon fixation can be done with radioactively labelled carbon dioxide. “In carbonate rock environments, there is abundant dissolved CO2, that can make it difficult to directly observe rates of carbon fixation,” says Prof Susan Trumbore from the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena. The team, therefore, used a special method to trace a small amount of labelled CO2 using highly sensitive accelerator mass spectrometry. “It is exciting to see what new insights these methods can lead to,” she says.

“Our findings offer new insights into how these subsurface ecosystems function, giving clues on how to monitor or remediate groundwater sources,” says Kirsten Küsel.

This study is part of the Collaborative Research Centre AquaDiva of the University of Jena and iDiv, and is partially funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) — CRC 1076 — Project Number 218627073. Sebastian Tilch

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  1. Will A. Overholt, Susan Trumbore, Xiaomei Xu, Till L. V. Bornemann, Alexander J. Probst, Markus Krüger, Martina Herrmann, Bo Thamdrup, Laura A. Bristow, Martin Taubert, Valérie F. Schwab, Martin Hölzer, Manja Marz, Kirsten Küsel. Carbon fixation rates in groundwater similar to those in oligotrophic marine systems. Nature Geoscience, 2022; DOI: 10.1038/s41561-022-00968-5

However, genetic analyses of microorganisms in groundwater have indicated that even here many microorganisms are capable of primary production. In the absence of light, they must obtain the energy from oxidising inorganic compounds, like from reduced sulfur of the surrounding rocks. However, the role of primary producers in the subsurface had never been confirmed before.

Groundwater is one of our most important sources of clean drinking water. The groundwater environment of the carbonate aquifers alone, which is the focus of the study, provides about ten per cent of the world’s drinking water. With this in mind, the researchers carried out measurements of microbial microorganism carbon fixation in a subsurface aquifer, 5 to 90 metres underground.

Surprisingly high primary production rates in total darkness

“The rates we measured were much higher than we anticipated,” says the first author of the study Dr Will Overholt, Postdoctoral Researcher at Friedrich Schiller University Jena. “They equal carbon fixation rates measured in nutrient-poor marine surface waters and are up to six-fold greater than those observed in the lower zones of the sunlit open ocean, where there is just enough light for photosynthesis.” Based on the measured carbon fixation rates, the researchers conservatively extrapolated global primary production in carbonate groundwater to be 110 million metric tons of carbon per year. Collectively, the net primary productivity of approximately 66 per cent of the planet’s groundwater reservoirs would total 260 million metric tons of carbon per year, which is approximately 0.5 per cent that of marine systems and 0.25 per cent of global net primary production estimates.

“This may sound small but these measurements represent only our first estimate of what the true global value may be,” says senior author Prof Kirsten Küsel from the University of Jena and iDiv. “Since there is very little energy available in these nutrient-poor and permanently dark habitats, even a small percentage of the global primary production is a surprise.”

The researchers also sought to identify the microorganisms responsible for fixing carbon and generating new biomass within the aquifer. Metagenomic analyses point to a highly abundant microorganism not closely related to previously studied bacteria, within an uncharacterised order of Nitrospiria. “As food, these organisms are thought to form the basis of life for the entire groundwater ecosystem with all of its thousands of microbial species, similar to the role algae play in the oceans or plants on land,” says Overholt.

Unique method to measure primary production of microorganisms in aquifers

Measuring carbon fixation can be done with radioactively labelled carbon dioxide. “In carbonate rock environments, there is abundant dissolved CO2, that can make it difficult to directly observe rates of carbon fixation,” says Prof Susan Trumbore from the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena. The team, therefore, used a special method to trace a small amount of labelled CO2 using highly sensitive accelerator mass spectrometry. “It is exciting to see what new insights these methods can lead to,” she says.

“Our findings offer new insights into how these subsurface ecosystems function, giving clues on how to monitor or remediate groundwater sources,” says Kirsten Küsel.

This study is part of the Collaborative Research Centre AquaDiva of the University of Jena and iDiv, and is partially funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) — CRC 1076 — Project Number 218627073. Sebastian Tilch

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La llegada de Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit, Lo que hacemos en las sombras) al universo Marvel con Thor: Ragnarok (2017) supuso un auténtico soplo de aire fresco para el Universo Marvel cinematográfico, gracias a su acertada mezcla de drama con la comedia más delirante. Y en Thor: Love and Thunder, el director dobla la apuesta con una pelicula aún más surrealista y divertida, pero en la que tampoco falta la épica ni el romanticismo. Se estrena este viernes, 8 de julio, en cines.

Una película que tiene toques de comedia romantica (los protagonizados por Chris Hemsworth y Natalie Portman), momentos de auténtico terror (en los que brilla Christian Bale como el terrorífico Gorr) y que, ante todo, es un bonito cuento de hadas

Y es que el propio realizador confiesa que este Thor: Love and Tunder, es “la película que habría escrito un niño de 7 años”. Algo que puede sonar faltal y que en manos de otro director menos hábil podría haber sido un absoluto desastre, pero que Waititi convierte en una película sorprendente con dos partes claramente diferenciadas: una comedia romántica y un cuento de terror. 

Una de las comedias del año que se basa en la aclamada etapa de Jason Aaron en la colección de cómics, durante la que convirtió a Jane Foster en una Thor femenina y en la que nos descubrió a uno de los villanos más fascinantes de la historia de la serie, Gorr, el carnicero de dioses, cuyo nombre describe perfectamente sus intenciones.

Una película que, además, es una de las más cortas de Marvel (dura menos de dos horas), lo que hace que funcione como un tiro y no haya escenas de relleno. Waititi llegó a rodar más de cuatro horas de película que se han quedado en la sala de montaje, lo que demuestra la importancia de saber ir al grano.

Destacar también la aparición de vaios panteones de nuevos dioses que darán mucho que  hablar en el futuro, con un impresionante y divertidísimo Zeus (Russell Crowe), a la cabeza. Y un montón de cameos de actores y personajes (antiguos y nuevos), que no os vamos a descubrir para no reventaros la sorpresa. Además de la ya consabida aparición de Los Guardianes de la Galaxia. 

Una película que es incluso más loca y divertida de lo que esperábamos. Y es que a Waititi no le da miedo arriesgarse a caer en el ridículo pero, a la vez, se toma muy en serio el sentido del humor y la parodia, que son, al fin y al cabo, los grandes protagonistas de Thor: Love and Thunder.


Chris Hemsworth en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Un cuento protagonizado por superhéroes

La película comienza donde terminó Ragnarok, con el Dios del Trueno (Chris Hemsworth) de viaje con los Guardianes de la Galaxia, ayudando a los que lo necesitan por toda la galaxia. Pero su retiro es interrumpido por el asesino conocido como Gorr, el Carnicero de Dioses (Christian Bale), que quiere acabar con todos los dioses y tiene las herramientas necesarias para ello. 

Para combatirlo, Thor solicitará la ayuda del Rey Valquiria (Tessa Thompson), Korg (Taika Waititi) y su ex novia Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), quien, para su sorpresa, empuña inexplicablemente su martillo mágico, Mjolnir, como la Poderosa Thor. Juntos se embarcan en una aventura por toda la galaxia para intentar destruir al Carnicero de Dioses, antes de que sea demasiado tarde.

Una historia que Waitit narra con la estructura de un cuento clásico relatado a la luz de un fuego de campamento, con dos príncipes enamorados (Thor y la Poderosa Thor) y un hombre del saco dispuesto a acabar con el universo conocido (Gorr). 


Chris Hemsworth y Natalie Portman en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Dos Thors mejor que uno

Lo más destacado de la película es, sin duda, esa parte de comedia romántica protagonizada por los dos Thors. Con una sorprendente Natalie Portman que derrocha poderío (¡y rayos y truenos!). Los que hayáis leído los cómics sabréis que consigue los poderes de Thor cuando se encuentra en un momento delicado de su vida, algo que está muy presente en la película. Natalie se mostró encantada de volver a la serie (no estuvo en la tercera entrega), gracias al empoderamiento de su personaje, que pasa de novia del héroe a heroína por derecho propio.

En cuanto a Chris Hemsworth, se nota que, desde que Waititi llegó a la saga, disfruta como un niño del personaje. Y también nos hace disfrutar a nosotros con esa versión pedante (pero irresistible) de  de Thor, que nos hace comprender que su hermano Loki no lo soportase. De momento no tienen ninguna intención de dejar de interpretar al personaje. Por cierto, que una de las cosas más comentadas de la película es su desnudo, el primero en una cinta de Marvel.


Chris Hemsworth en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Pero el que se lleva la función es Christian Bale. Cada vez que aparece la pantalla se oscurece y todo lo accesorio desaparece, para que nos centremos en él. Su frágil aspecto, entre zombi y vampiro, contrasta con la fuerza interpretativa del actor, al que es imposible dejar de mirar en cada una de sus escenas, como si nos hubiera hipnotizado. La películas de Marvel suelen flaquear en sus villanos, salvo excepciones como Thanos, Dr, octopus o el Duende Verde. Pero ya os avanzamos que este Gorr, el carnicero de dioes, se ha ganado un puesto, a la altura de Thanos, en ese ranking de villanos de Marvel. Sus compañeros de reparto aseguran que cuando rodaban con él pasaron auténtico miedo y nos lo creemos.


Christian Bale en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Tessa Thomson también está fantástica como la Reina Valkiria, actual gobernante de esse Asgard terrenal que Waititi convierte en un parque de atraciones. Por cierto que su personaje no es el único LGTBIQ que aparece en la película.

Y es imposible no destacar la tan exagerada como divertida interpretación de Russell Crowe, que convierte a Zeus en un auténtico showman, al tiempo que parodia su propio papel en Gladiator. Sin olvidar la simpática interpretación del propio Waititi como Korg, el hombre rocoso amigo de Thor.


Tessa Thompson en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Una película espectacular a ritmo del rock de los 80

Como siempre destacar los espectaculares efectos especiales y los diseños de nuevos universos y personajes. Y su potente banda sonora a ritmo de rock de los 80, con varios temas de Guns N’ Roses como destacados. Sin olvidar otras famosas canciones de ABBA, Enya, Mary J. Blige o Ciara…

Una película que demuestra que el gran acierto de las películas de Marvel es coger a directores muy personales (como Waititi), que no tienen miedo a buscar nuevas fórmulas para el cine de superhéroes. Mientras él se encargue de Thor, las sorpresas están garantizadas.

Aunque tendremos que esperar, porque sus próximos proyectos son la adaptación del mítico cómic El Incal (de Jodorowsky y Moebius) y una película de Star Wars (ya ha dirigido varios episodios de El Mandaloriano).

Mientras, podemos disfrutar de este divertidísimo cuento de hadas que es Thor: Love and Thunder, que os divertirá, aterrorízará y sorprenderá a partes iguales. Y que llega a los cines este viernes, 8 de julio.


Cartel de ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

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La llegada de Taika Waititi (Jojo Rabbit, Lo que hacemos en las sombras) al universo Marvel con Thor: Ragnarok (2017) supuso un auténtico soplo de aire fresco para el Universo Marvel cinematográfico, gracias a su acertada mezcla de drama con la comedia más delirante. Y en Thor: Love and Thunder, el director dobla la apuesta con una pelicula aún más surrealista y divertida, pero en la que tampoco falta la épica ni el romanticismo. Se estrena este viernes, 8 de julio, en cines.

Una película que tiene toques de comedia romantica (los protagonizados por Chris Hemsworth y Natalie Portman), momentos de auténtico terror (en los que brilla Christian Bale como el terrorífico Gorr) y que, ante todo, es un bonito cuento de hadas

Y es que el propio realizador confiesa que este Thor: Love and Tunder, es “la película que habría escrito un niño de 7 años”. Algo que puede sonar faltal y que en manos de otro director menos hábil podría haber sido un absoluto desastre, pero que Waititi convierte en una película sorprendente con dos partes claramente diferenciadas: una comedia romántica y un cuento de terror. 

Una de las comedias del año que se basa en la aclamada etapa de Jason Aaron en la colección de cómics, durante la que convirtió a Jane Foster en una Thor femenina y en la que nos descubrió a uno de los villanos más fascinantes de la historia de la serie, Gorr, el carnicero de dioses, cuyo nombre describe perfectamente sus intenciones.

Una película que, además, es una de las más cortas de Marvel (dura menos de dos horas), lo que hace que funcione como un tiro y no haya escenas de relleno. Waititi llegó a rodar más de cuatro horas de película que se han quedado en la sala de montaje, lo que demuestra la importancia de saber ir al grano.

Destacar también la aparición de vaios panteones de nuevos dioses que darán mucho que  hablar en el futuro, con un impresionante y divertidísimo Zeus (Russell Crowe), a la cabeza. Y un montón de cameos de actores y personajes (antiguos y nuevos), que no os vamos a descubrir para no reventaros la sorpresa. Además de la ya consabida aparición de Los Guardianes de la Galaxia. 

Una película que es incluso más loca y divertida de lo que esperábamos. Y es que a Waititi no le da miedo arriesgarse a caer en el ridículo pero, a la vez, se toma muy en serio el sentido del humor y la parodia, que son, al fin y al cabo, los grandes protagonistas de Thor: Love and Thunder.


Chris Hemsworth en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Un cuento protagonizado por superhéroes

La película comienza donde terminó Ragnarok, con el Dios del Trueno (Chris Hemsworth) de viaje con los Guardianes de la Galaxia, ayudando a los que lo necesitan por toda la galaxia. Pero su retiro es interrumpido por el asesino conocido como Gorr, el Carnicero de Dioses (Christian Bale), que quiere acabar con todos los dioses y tiene las herramientas necesarias para ello. 

Para combatirlo, Thor solicitará la ayuda del Rey Valquiria (Tessa Thompson), Korg (Taika Waititi) y su ex novia Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), quien, para su sorpresa, empuña inexplicablemente su martillo mágico, Mjolnir, como la Poderosa Thor. Juntos se embarcan en una aventura por toda la galaxia para intentar destruir al Carnicero de Dioses, antes de que sea demasiado tarde.

Una historia que Waitit narra con la estructura de un cuento clásico relatado a la luz de un fuego de campamento, con dos príncipes enamorados (Thor y la Poderosa Thor) y un hombre del saco dispuesto a acabar con el universo conocido (Gorr). 


Chris Hemsworth y Natalie Portman en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Dos Thors mejor que uno

Lo más destacado de la película es, sin duda, esa parte de comedia romántica protagonizada por los dos Thors. Con una sorprendente Natalie Portman que derrocha poderío (¡y rayos y truenos!). Los que hayáis leído los cómics sabréis que consigue los poderes de Thor cuando se encuentra en un momento delicado de su vida, algo que está muy presente en la película. Natalie se mostró encantada de volver a la serie (no estuvo en la tercera entrega), gracias al empoderamiento de su personaje, que pasa de novia del héroe a heroína por derecho propio.

En cuanto a Chris Hemsworth, se nota que, desde que Waititi llegó a la saga, disfruta como un niño del personaje. Y también nos hace disfrutar a nosotros con esa versión pedante (pero irresistible) de  de Thor, que nos hace comprender que su hermano Loki no lo soportase. De momento no tienen ninguna intención de dejar de interpretar al personaje. Por cierto, que una de las cosas más comentadas de la película es su desnudo, el primero en una cinta de Marvel.


Chris Hemsworth en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Pero el que se lleva la función es Christian Bale. Cada vez que aparece la pantalla se oscurece y todo lo accesorio desaparece, para que nos centremos en él. Su frágil aspecto, entre zombi y vampiro, contrasta con la fuerza interpretativa del actor, al que es imposible dejar de mirar en cada una de sus escenas, como si nos hubiera hipnotizado. La películas de Marvel suelen flaquear en sus villanos, salvo excepciones como Thanos, Dr, octopus o el Duende Verde. Pero ya os avanzamos que este Gorr, el carnicero de dioes, se ha ganado un puesto, a la altura de Thanos, en ese ranking de villanos de Marvel. Sus compañeros de reparto aseguran que cuando rodaban con él pasaron auténtico miedo y nos lo creemos.


Christian Bale en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Tessa Thomson también está fantástica como la Reina Valkiria, actual gobernante de esse Asgard terrenal que Waititi convierte en un parque de atraciones. Por cierto que su personaje no es el único LGTBIQ que aparece en la película.

Y es imposible no destacar la tan exagerada como divertida interpretación de Russell Crowe, que convierte a Zeus en un auténtico showman, al tiempo que parodia su propio papel en Gladiator. Sin olvidar la simpática interpretación del propio Waititi como Korg, el hombre rocoso amigo de Thor.


Tessa Thompson en ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

Una película espectacular a ritmo del rock de los 80

Como siempre destacar los espectaculares efectos especiales y los diseños de nuevos universos y personajes. Y su potente banda sonora a ritmo de rock de los 80, con varios temas de Guns N’ Roses como destacados. Sin olvidar otras famosas canciones de ABBA, Enya, Mary J. Blige o Ciara…

Una película que demuestra que el gran acierto de las películas de Marvel es coger a directores muy personales (como Waititi), que no tienen miedo a buscar nuevas fórmulas para el cine de superhéroes. Mientras él se encargue de Thor, las sorpresas están garantizadas.

Aunque tendremos que esperar, porque sus próximos proyectos son la adaptación del mítico cómic El Incal (de Jodorowsky y Moebius) y una película de Star Wars (ya ha dirigido varios episodios de El Mandaloriano).

Mientras, podemos disfrutar de este divertidísimo cuento de hadas que es Thor: Love and Thunder, que os divertirá, aterrorízará y sorprenderá a partes iguales. Y que llega a los cines este viernes, 8 de julio.


Cartel de ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

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Artistic note: half red star(3.5/5)

Synopsis

In London, at the end of the 19th century, Olivia Harwood meets the charming Mark Bellis, who does not take long to rent a room in the boarding house that the young woman has just opened. Very quickly, they become lovers. But Mark is a con man who could lead him down the path of blackmail and murder.

• Original title: So Evil My Love
• Media tested: Blu-ray
• Genre: detective, thriller, noir
• Year: 1948
• Director: Lewis Allen
• Cast: Ray Milland, Ann Todd, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Leo G. Carroll, Raymond Huntley, Raymond Lovell, Martita Hunt, Moira Lister, Finlay Currie, High Griffith
• Duration: 1 h 48 min 33
• Video format: 16:9
• Cinema format: 1.37/1 Black and White
• Subtitling: French
• Soundtracks: DTS-HD MA 2.0 monophonic English
• Bonus: Digipack with the Blu-ray (1 h 48 min 33) and the DVD of the film (1 h 44 min 12) – interview with Florent Fourcart, specialist in film history (2022, 23 min 05)
• Publisher: Rimini Editions

Art commentary

A lost soul is adapted from the detective novel “Fo Her to See” (1947) by Joseph Shearing, a pseudonym of Marjorie Bowen who fictionalized a cold box : the true and unresolved story of Charles Bravo. This British lawyer was poisoned in 1876 with antimony, four months after having married Florence, a wealthy widow, but no culprit will ever be identified. Moreover, after the 1948 film, this enigmatic story will inspire various novels and television adaptations (1975, 1991). A lost soul combines various elements that belong to a subgenre initiated by the Oscar-winning film haunting (gas light1994 itself inspired by the 1938 play “Gas-Light” by George Cukor and named for this reason gaslighting or “cognitive diversion”. In these films, a character, usually a man, psychologically manipulates another character, usually a woman, to the point of making him doubt his memory and his reason. If the term refers to the gas lighting widespread in the bourgeois houses of the Victorian era, it covers both the codes of film noir, the paranoid thriller and announces, before the letter, the intrusion of psychological terror into suspense. Most of the films in this subgenre were made in the 1940s by Alfred Hitchcock (Rebecca1940, Hangover Square1945), Joseph L. Mankiewicz (Dragonwyck1945), Robert Siodmak (Two hands, the night1946) or Douglas Sirk (The man with the tortoiseshell glasses, 1978), etc. Nevertheless, just like hauntingthe film by Lewis Allen A lost soul takes place in the Victorian era, the evocation of which (interiors, costumes, props filmed in 1947 in London and at Denham studios) adds a particular Gothic touch to the romantic and harrowing atmosphere of the plot. This choice translates into an expressionist aesthetic reinforced by a clever mix of lighting and shadows, a visual constant in film noir as in costume thrillers. The British cast lives up to the psychological interpretation that the screenplay assumes: Ann Todd is remarkable in her complex and expressive role, Ray Milland is unequaled in suggesting evil domination and Geraldine Fitzgerald proves that she was a excellent actress in the cinema as well as in the theatre. The supporting cast, equally excellent, bolsters the melodramatic, winding and intricate plot, which unfolds in dimly gas-lit Victorian architecture covered in fog. Despite a somewhat slow pace and a fairly static staging, A lost soul turns out to be a successful example of these so-called gaslighting whose protagonists suffer from exacerbated behavior and ill health. Attractive.

blu ray a lost soul

Technical Comment

Image : HD copy, new HD Master, very good definition and sharpness on details, homogeneous film texture (35 mm shooting, Master 2K 2021), clean image but not free from defects (scratches), very good contrast in bright whites and strong blacks, harmonious range of grays, solid compression

His : English 2.0 monophonic mix, clear and balanced dialogues, no distortion but a few sporadic crackles, excellent dynamics on the atmospheres and particularly on the music of William Alwyn and Victor Young, top of the spectrum set back

Our opinion

Image : (4/5)
Sound mixing: half blue star(3.5/5)
Bonuses: Red Star(2/5)
Packaging: blue Stargray star(3/5)

IMDb :

Digipack Blu-ray/DVD available on Amazon

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Artistic note: half red star(3.5/5)

Synopsis

In London, at the end of the 19th century, Olivia Harwood meets the charming Mark Bellis, who does not take long to rent a room in the boarding house that the young woman has just opened. Very quickly, they become lovers. But Mark is a con man who could lead him down the path of blackmail and murder.

• Original title: So Evil My Love
• Media tested: Blu-ray
• Genre: detective, thriller, noir
• Year: 1948
• Director: Lewis Allen
• Cast: Ray Milland, Ann Todd, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Leo G. Carroll, Raymond Huntley, Raymond Lovell, Martita Hunt, Moira Lister, Finlay Currie, High Griffith
• Duration: 1 h 48 min 33
• Video format: 16:9
• Cinema format: 1.37/1 Black and White
• Subtitling: French
• Soundtracks: DTS-HD MA 2.0 monophonic English
• Bonus: Digipack with the Blu-ray (1 h 48 min 33) and the DVD of the film (1 h 44 min 12) – interview with Florent Fourcart, specialist in film history (2022, 23 min 05)
• Publisher: Rimini Editions

Art commentary

A lost soul is adapted from the detective novel “Fo Her to See” (1947) by Joseph Shearing, a pseudonym of Marjorie Bowen who fictionalized a cold box : the true and unresolved story of Charles Bravo. This British lawyer was poisoned in 1876 with antimony, four months after having married Florence, a wealthy widow, but no culprit will ever be identified. Moreover, after the 1948 film, this enigmatic story will inspire various novels and television adaptations (1975, 1991). A lost soul combines various elements that belong to a subgenre initiated by the Oscar-winning film haunting (gas light1994 itself inspired by the 1938 play “Gas-Light” by George Cukor and named for this reason gaslighting or “cognitive diversion”. In these films, a character, usually a man, psychologically manipulates another character, usually a woman, to the point of making him doubt his memory and his reason. If the term refers to the gas lighting widespread in the bourgeois houses of the Victorian era, it covers both the codes of film noir, the paranoid thriller and announces, before the letter, the intrusion of psychological terror into suspense. Most of the films in this subgenre were made in the 1940s by Alfred Hitchcock (Rebecca1940, Hangover Square1945), Joseph L. Mankiewicz (Dragonwyck1945), Robert Siodmak (Two hands, the night1946) or Douglas Sirk (The man with the tortoiseshell glasses, 1978), etc. Nevertheless, just like hauntingthe film by Lewis Allen A lost soul takes place in the Victorian era, the evocation of which (interiors, costumes, props filmed in 1947 in London and at Denham studios) adds a particular Gothic touch to the romantic and harrowing atmosphere of the plot. This choice translates into an expressionist aesthetic reinforced by a clever mix of lighting and shadows, a visual constant in film noir as in costume thrillers. The British cast lives up to the psychological interpretation that the screenplay assumes: Ann Todd is remarkable in her complex and expressive role, Ray Milland is unequaled in suggesting evil domination and Geraldine Fitzgerald proves that she was a excellent actress in the cinema as well as in the theatre. The supporting cast, equally excellent, bolsters the melodramatic, winding and intricate plot, which unfolds in dimly gas-lit Victorian architecture covered in fog. Despite a somewhat slow pace and a fairly static staging, A lost soul turns out to be a successful example of these so-called gaslighting whose protagonists suffer from exacerbated behavior and ill health. Attractive.

blu ray a lost soul

Technical Comment

Image : HD copy, new HD Master, very good definition and sharpness on details, homogeneous film texture (35 mm shooting, Master 2K 2021), clean image but not free from defects (scratches), very good contrast in bright whites and strong blacks, harmonious range of grays, solid compression

His : English 2.0 monophonic mix, clear and balanced dialogues, no distortion but a few sporadic crackles, excellent dynamics on the atmospheres and particularly on the music of William Alwyn and Victor Young, top of the spectrum set back

Our opinion

Image : (4/5)
Sound mixing: half blue star(3.5/5)
Bonuses: Red Star(2/5)
Packaging: blue Stargray star(3/5)

IMDb :

Digipack Blu-ray/DVD available on Amazon

Other articles that may interest you on ON-mag and the rest of the web


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a highly suggestive Victorian psychological thriller (on Blu-ray and DVD)


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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1657020626) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(41) "On this day, the plague arrives in Europe" ["link"]=> string(81) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/western/on-this-day-the-plague-arrives-in-europe/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "David Zander" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 05 Jul 2022 11:28:19 +0000" ["category"]=> string(29) "WesternarrivesDayEuropeplague" ["guid"]=> string(41) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=10788" ["description"]=> string(521) "That day, there was a flea that was on a rat, itself on a ship. The ship, the rat and the flea arrived in Europe and so began a plague epidemic! She gives no quarter, everyone is affected regardless of age, sex and wealth. It is not in Pas-de-Calais either, because in the town of ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9522) "

That day, there was a flea that was on a rat, itself on a ship. The ship, the rat and the flea arrived in Europe and so began a plague epidemic! She gives no quarter, everyone is affected regardless of age, sex and wealth. It is not in Pas-de-Calais either, because in the town of Béthune, the Confrérie des Charitables de Béthune was founded in the 12th century, during the great plague epidemic, to support families during their bereavement!

In 1347trade brings the plague in Europe. The rat flea carries the plague bacillus from Asia to Europe. From the city of Caffa on the shores of the Black Sea, a bridge between East and West, plague ships rush towards the medieval European cities. Venice and Genoa in Italy, then Marseilles are soon affected.



58 mins

If they fail to cure the disease, the doctors reveal themselves in the eyes of the politician. Very often, they warn of the advance of the epidemic. The first health policies were quickly put in place at local and international level, some of which isolated and restricted movement. Failing to cure the sick, doctors praise the prevention. Therefore, thehygiene individual, like that of cities, becomes an object of concern for the authorities.

Despite the perpetual threat of plague episodes that spread until the 18th century and weigh on the minds of individuals, society remains resilient. However, neither medicine nor the Church succeeded in allaying the anxieties of some in the face of ignorance of the origins of the plague, and the populations sought scapegoats. Some accuse the Jews, the foreigners, of poisoning the wells and bringing the terrible disease…

How did the plague allow the emergence of public health policies? What were the health policies in place during the plague? What does the plague tell us about human reactions to pandemics?



28 mins

To talk about it

Stephane Barry holds a doctorate in modern and contemporary history from the University of Bordeaux, President of the association The Historic Cafe. He participated in an issue of the magazine The story, “Montaigne facing the plague”March 2022.

He notably published Pgive us trouble! The people of Bordeaux facing the plague, 14th-18th centuries (with Marie Fauré, Memoring Editions, 2021).

Danielle Jacquart is director of studies at the École Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), in the section of Historical and Philological Sciences for the History of Sciences in the Middle Ages.

She has notably published:

  • Medieval medicine in the Parisian setting, 14th – 15th century (Fayard, 1998)
  • Arab Medicine and the Medieval West (with Françoise Micheau, Maisonneuve-et-Larose, 1990)
  • Sexuality and Medical Knowledge in the Middle Ages (with Claude Thomasset, PUF, 1985)
  • The medical environment in France from the 12th to the 15th century (Droz, 1981)

Sounds broadcast in the show

  • Archive about the traditional procession of the Charitables de Saint-Éloi in French News December 12, 1946
  • Excerpt from the show Hello Doctors with the heritage curator at the departmental archives of Bouches-du-Rhône Claude Herrera, broadcast on France 5 in 2014
  • Excerpt from the episode “The Scourge of God” from the tv series Thierry La Fronde broadcast on November 24, 1963 on the ORTF
  • Excerpts from the film Benedetta directed by Paul Verhoeven and released in 2021
  • Excerpt from the song Dance of Death by Georges Chelon
  • INA archive of the show people’s story, “Plague”, broadcast on the ORTF on October 26, 1974
  • Excerpt from the song The plague in epidemic by Leo Ferre

Show credits: Origami by Rone

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On this day, the plague arrives in Europe


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" } ["summary"]=> string(521) "That day, there was a flea that was on a rat, itself on a ship. The ship, the rat and the flea arrived in Europe and so began a plague epidemic! She gives no quarter, everyone is affected regardless of age, sex and wealth. It is not in Pas-de-Calais either, because in the town of ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9522) "

That day, there was a flea that was on a rat, itself on a ship. The ship, the rat and the flea arrived in Europe and so began a plague epidemic! She gives no quarter, everyone is affected regardless of age, sex and wealth. It is not in Pas-de-Calais either, because in the town of Béthune, the Confrérie des Charitables de Béthune was founded in the 12th century, during the great plague epidemic, to support families during their bereavement!

In 1347trade brings the plague in Europe. The rat flea carries the plague bacillus from Asia to Europe. From the city of Caffa on the shores of the Black Sea, a bridge between East and West, plague ships rush towards the medieval European cities. Venice and Genoa in Italy, then Marseilles are soon affected.



58 mins

If they fail to cure the disease, the doctors reveal themselves in the eyes of the politician. Very often, they warn of the advance of the epidemic. The first health policies were quickly put in place at local and international level, some of which isolated and restricted movement. Failing to cure the sick, doctors praise the prevention. Therefore, thehygiene individual, like that of cities, becomes an object of concern for the authorities.

Despite the perpetual threat of plague episodes that spread until the 18th century and weigh on the minds of individuals, society remains resilient. However, neither medicine nor the Church succeeded in allaying the anxieties of some in the face of ignorance of the origins of the plague, and the populations sought scapegoats. Some accuse the Jews, the foreigners, of poisoning the wells and bringing the terrible disease…

How did the plague allow the emergence of public health policies? What were the health policies in place during the plague? What does the plague tell us about human reactions to pandemics?



28 mins

To talk about it

Stephane Barry holds a doctorate in modern and contemporary history from the University of Bordeaux, President of the association The Historic Cafe. He participated in an issue of the magazine The story, “Montaigne facing the plague”March 2022.

He notably published Pgive us trouble! The people of Bordeaux facing the plague, 14th-18th centuries (with Marie Fauré, Memoring Editions, 2021).

Danielle Jacquart is director of studies at the École Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE), in the section of Historical and Philological Sciences for the History of Sciences in the Middle Ages.

She has notably published:

  • Medieval medicine in the Parisian setting, 14th – 15th century (Fayard, 1998)
  • Arab Medicine and the Medieval West (with Françoise Micheau, Maisonneuve-et-Larose, 1990)
  • Sexuality and Medical Knowledge in the Middle Ages (with Claude Thomasset, PUF, 1985)
  • The medical environment in France from the 12th to the 15th century (Droz, 1981)

Sounds broadcast in the show

  • Archive about the traditional procession of the Charitables de Saint-Éloi in French News December 12, 1946
  • Excerpt from the show Hello Doctors with the heritage curator at the departmental archives of Bouches-du-Rhône Claude Herrera, broadcast on France 5 in 2014
  • Excerpt from the episode “The Scourge of God” from the tv series Thierry La Fronde broadcast on November 24, 1963 on the ORTF
  • Excerpts from the film Benedetta directed by Paul Verhoeven and released in 2021
  • Excerpt from the song Dance of Death by Georges Chelon
  • INA archive of the show people’s story, “Plague”, broadcast on the ORTF on October 26, 1974
  • Excerpt from the song The plague in epidemic by Leo Ferre

Show credits: Origami by Rone

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On this day, the plague arrives in Europe


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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1657020499) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(89) "Lee Jung-jae wanted to create a ‘new spy movie’ with ‘Hunt’ | YONHAP NEWS AGENCY" ["link"]=> string(114) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/action/lee-jung-jae-wanted-to-create-a-new-spy-movie-with-hunt-yonhap-news-agency/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Amanda Tyer" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 05 Jul 2022 11:27:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(56) "ActionAGENCYcreateHuntJungjaeLeeMovieNewsspywantedYONHAP" ["guid"]=> string(41) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=10786" ["description"]=> string(761) "SEOUL, July 5 (Yonhap) — “Squid Game” star Lee Jung-jae said Tuesday that his directorial debut with the film “Hunt” is a mixture of several decades of experience as an actor and his dream of creating a new type of spy movie. “Hunt” is about two South Korean intelligence agents, Park Pyong-ho (Lee) and Lee ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4691) "

SEOUL, July 5 (Yonhap) — “Squid Game” star Lee Jung-jae said Tuesday that his directorial debut with the film “Hunt” is a mixture of several decades of experience as an actor and his dream of creating a new type of spy movie.

“Hunt” is about two South Korean intelligence agents, Park Pyong-ho (Lee) and Lee Jung-do (played by Jung Woo-sung), who are rivals with each other, and who are thrown – each on their own – into the hunt for a North Korean spy who is leaking top secret information that could put national security at risk. The two agents uncover a plot to assassinate the president of South Korea.

The film premiered in May in the “Midnight Screening” section of the Cannes International Film Festival out of competition.

This is the first play that Lee has also participated in behind the scenes during his 30-year acting career, in which he has starred in nearly 40 films and television series. Lee wrote the script for “Hunt.”

The veteran actor told a press conference that, although he has been in the entertainment world for a long time, he thought that acting and directing a production are two different things, so he “had a lot of doubts” about it. However, he decided to take on this work, and “he threw himself into it”.

For his directorial debut, he said he spent most of the pre-production stage, which lasted around four years, writing the script. Lee tried to build the emotions for each character, who are facing unknown spies, whom they have never seen before, and combine them with his own style of suspense, emotion and action, from the beginning.

Lee, who rose to world stardom thanks to the international fame of “Squid Game”, said that, like many male actors, he liked to watch espionage films. As a director, he wanted to create “a new kind of spy movie” with “Hunt,” he added. Before the actors begin an action sequence, he said it helps them “build their emotions” and get them into the situation. He added that he believes this construction of emotions “explains the violence and anger” present in the action scenes.

The 49-year-old actor-turned-director admitted it wasn’t easy directing a film. He added that he knows he can’t do both things well at the same time; therefore, he tried to focus more on the performances in the parts where the role of the actors stood out, and on his role as a director in the parts where the direction was more important.

“Hunt” is his first project after the global sensation “Squid Game,” for which he received several major awards in the United States, including Best Actor at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The film has also attracted media attention due to the reunion between its leads, Lee and Jung, who had acted together in the 1999 motion picture drama “City of the Rising Sun.”

Actor Jung Woo-sung, who is known to be an old friend of Lee’s, said that he accepted the proposal to act in “Hunt” not because of their great friendship, but because of Lee’s passion for the project.

Jung said that he tried to “distance himself as much as possible” from the project, and view it from an unbiased point of view. He then determined that Lee “was ready” as he is aware of the “great effort” he has put into the entire making.

“Hunt” will hit South Korean theaters on August 10.

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SEOUL, July 5 (Yonhap) — “Squid Game” star Lee Jung-jae said Tuesday that his directorial debut with the film “Hunt” is a mixture of several decades of experience as an actor and his dream of creating a new type of spy movie.

“Hunt” is about two South Korean intelligence agents, Park Pyong-ho (Lee) and Lee Jung-do (played by Jung Woo-sung), who are rivals with each other, and who are thrown – each on their own – into the hunt for a North Korean spy who is leaking top secret information that could put national security at risk. The two agents uncover a plot to assassinate the president of South Korea.

The film premiered in May in the “Midnight Screening” section of the Cannes International Film Festival out of competition.

This is the first play that Lee has also participated in behind the scenes during his 30-year acting career, in which he has starred in nearly 40 films and television series. Lee wrote the script for “Hunt.”

The veteran actor told a press conference that, although he has been in the entertainment world for a long time, he thought that acting and directing a production are two different things, so he “had a lot of doubts” about it. However, he decided to take on this work, and “he threw himself into it”.

For his directorial debut, he said he spent most of the pre-production stage, which lasted around four years, writing the script. Lee tried to build the emotions for each character, who are facing unknown spies, whom they have never seen before, and combine them with his own style of suspense, emotion and action, from the beginning.

Lee, who rose to world stardom thanks to the international fame of “Squid Game”, said that, like many male actors, he liked to watch espionage films. As a director, he wanted to create “a new kind of spy movie” with “Hunt,” he added. Before the actors begin an action sequence, he said it helps them “build their emotions” and get them into the situation. He added that he believes this construction of emotions “explains the violence and anger” present in the action scenes.

The 49-year-old actor-turned-director admitted it wasn’t easy directing a film. He added that he knows he can’t do both things well at the same time; therefore, he tried to focus more on the performances in the parts where the role of the actors stood out, and on his role as a director in the parts where the direction was more important.

“Hunt” is his first project after the global sensation “Squid Game,” for which he received several major awards in the United States, including Best Actor at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The film has also attracted media attention due to the reunion between its leads, Lee and Jung, who had acted together in the 1999 motion picture drama “City of the Rising Sun.”

Actor Jung Woo-sung, who is known to be an old friend of Lee’s, said that he accepted the proposal to act in “Hunt” not because of their great friendship, but because of Lee’s passion for the project.

Jung said that he tried to “distance himself as much as possible” from the project, and view it from an unbiased point of view. He then determined that Lee “was ready” as he is aware of the “great effort” he has put into the entire making.

“Hunt” will hit South Korean theaters on August 10.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1657020426) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(75) "Predicting the future: A fast, easy scan can reveal late-life dementia risk" ["link"]=> string(114) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/science/predicting-the-future-a-fast-easy-scan-can-reveal-late-life-dementia-risk/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Laura Surber" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 05 Jul 2022 10:56:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(61) "sciencedementiaeasyFastFuturelatelifePredictingRevealriskscan" ["guid"]=> string(41) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=10784" ["description"]=> string(704) "Journal Reference: Tenielle Porter, Marc Sim, Richard L. Prince, John T. Schousboe, Catherine Bondonno, Wai H. Lim, Kun Zhu, Douglas P. Kiel, Jonathan M. Hodgson, Simon M. Laws, Joshua R. Lewis. Abdominal aortic calcification on lateral spine images captured during bone density testing and late-life dementia risk in older women: A prospective cohort study. The ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5987) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Tenielle Porter, Marc Sim, Richard L. Prince, John T. Schousboe, Catherine Bondonno, Wai H. Lim, Kun Zhu, Douglas P. Kiel, Jonathan M. Hodgson, Simon M. Laws, Joshua R. Lewis. Abdominal aortic calcification on lateral spine images captured during bone density testing and late-life dementia risk in older women: A prospective cohort study. The Lancet Regional Health – Western Pacific, 2022; 100502 DOI: 10.1016/j.lanwpc.2022.100502

A new long-term study has shown a simple and common scan can reveal if people are at increased risk of developing the condition late in life.

Late-life dementia develops when brain cells are damaged from several diseases, some of which cause narrowing of the blood vessels to the brain.

Edith Cowan University (ECU) researchers have discovered an important link between vascular health and late-life dementia.

This link is calcification of the plaques which can build up within the abdominal aorta, which is the largest artery in the body and supplies oxygenated blood from the heart to the abdominal organs and lower limbs.

This calcium build up — known as ‘abdominal aortic calcification’, or AAC — can be very useful to predict cardiovascular disease risk such as heart attack and stroke.

But researchers have now found it is also a reliable marker for late-life dementia.

Led by ECU’s Nutrition and Health Innovation Institute and Centre for Precision Health, the international team included researchers from the University of Western Australia, University of Minnesota, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and the Marcus Institute for Aging Research, Hebrew SeniorLife, Harvard Medical School.

They examined the AAC results in 968 women from the late 1990s, and then followed their health status for over 15 years.

They found one in two older women had medium to high levels of AAC, and these women were twice as likely to be hospitalized or die from a late-life dementia — independent of other cardiovascular factors or genetic factors.

Centre for Precision Health director Professor Simon Laws said AAC could identify dementia risk earlier in people’s life, which could prove vital in warding off the condition.

“There’s an adage in dementia research that what’s good for your heart is good for your brain,” he said.

“This study reaffirms this link and further adds to our understanding of late-onset dementia risk and potential preventative strategies.

“What’s come to light is the importance of modifying risk factors such as diet and physical activity in preventing dementia: you need to intervene early and hopefully this study allows for the earliest possible change and the greatest impact.

“AAC is important as it was able to identify dementia risk in people who don’t have the major genetic risk factor present in 50 per cent of people who develop Alzheimer’s disease, which is the most common form of dementia.”?

A simple test

Conveniently, AAC can be easily detected using lateral spine scans from bone density machines.

These machines are common, with some 600,000 bone density tests performed each year in Australia to screen for osteoporosis.

ECU Associate Professor and National Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellow Joshua Lewis said an additional scan capturing lateral spine images can be performed when people undergo standard bone density tests.

“It’s generally very quick and easy to capture these scans and they are less-invasive, cheaper and miniscule in radiation exposure compared to X-rays or CT scans,” Professor Lewis said.

“We know the causes of AAC go beyond traditional cardiovascular risk factors and many of these causes overlap with late-life dementia risk factors.

“At ECU we’re also working with the computer science team automating the AAC assessments, which will make the process a lot quicker and easier rather than needing a trained imaging expert to read the scans.

“It means these scans may be a cheap, rapid and safe way to screen a large number of susceptible older Australians for higher late-life dementia risk.”

Professor Lewis said incorporating dementia risk into discussions surrounding cardiovascular health could see people make necessary lifestyle changes.

“I think the next step is telling people about their AAC and late-life dementia risk to see if this can motivate healthy diet and lifestyle behaviour changes.”

Heart Foundation chief medical adviser, Professor Garry Jennings AO, welcomed the research.

“Vascular dementia is an increasingly common disability in older people,” Professor Jennings said.

“It is often associated with heart disease or risk factors such as hypertension earlier in life.

“Josh’s study is an excellent example of benefits arising from the Heart Foundation’s Future Leadership funding program.”

‘Abdominal aortic calcification on lateral spine images captured during bone density testing and late-life dementia risk in older women: a prospective cohort study’ was published in The Lancet Regional Health — Western Pacific.

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Predicting the future: A fast, easy scan can reveal late-life dementia risk

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" } ["summary"]=> string(704) "Journal Reference: Tenielle Porter, Marc Sim, Richard L. Prince, John T. Schousboe, Catherine Bondonno, Wai H. Lim, Kun Zhu, Douglas P. Kiel, Jonathan M. Hodgson, Simon M. Laws, Joshua R. Lewis. Abdominal aortic calcification on lateral spine images captured during bone density testing and late-life dementia risk in older women: A prospective cohort study. The ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5987) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Tenielle Porter, Marc Sim, Richard L. Prince, John T. Schousboe, Catherine Bondonno, Wai H. Lim, Kun Zhu, Douglas P. Kiel, Jonathan M. Hodgson, Simon M. Laws, Joshua R. Lewis. Abdominal aortic calcification on lateral spine images captured during bone density testing and late-life dementia risk in older women: A prospective cohort study. The Lancet Regional Health – Western Pacific, 2022; 100502 DOI: 10.1016/j.lanwpc.2022.100502

A new long-term study has shown a simple and common scan can reveal if people are at increased risk of developing the condition late in life.

Late-life dementia develops when brain cells are damaged from several diseases, some of which cause narrowing of the blood vessels to the brain.

Edith Cowan University (ECU) researchers have discovered an important link between vascular health and late-life dementia.

This link is calcification of the plaques which can build up within the abdominal aorta, which is the largest artery in the body and supplies oxygenated blood from the heart to the abdominal organs and lower limbs.

This calcium build up — known as ‘abdominal aortic calcification’, or AAC — can be very useful to predict cardiovascular disease risk such as heart attack and stroke.

But researchers have now found it is also a reliable marker for late-life dementia.

Led by ECU’s Nutrition and Health Innovation Institute and Centre for Precision Health, the international team included researchers from the University of Western Australia, University of Minnesota, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital and the Marcus Institute for Aging Research, Hebrew SeniorLife, Harvard Medical School.

They examined the AAC results in 968 women from the late 1990s, and then followed their health status for over 15 years.

They found one in two older women had medium to high levels of AAC, and these women were twice as likely to be hospitalized or die from a late-life dementia — independent of other cardiovascular factors or genetic factors.

Centre for Precision Health director Professor Simon Laws said AAC could identify dementia risk earlier in people’s life, which could prove vital in warding off the condition.

“There’s an adage in dementia research that what’s good for your heart is good for your brain,” he said.

“This study reaffirms this link and further adds to our understanding of late-onset dementia risk and potential preventative strategies.

“What’s come to light is the importance of modifying risk factors such as diet and physical activity in preventing dementia: you need to intervene early and hopefully this study allows for the earliest possible change and the greatest impact.

“AAC is important as it was able to identify dementia risk in people who don’t have the major genetic risk factor present in 50 per cent of people who develop Alzheimer’s disease, which is the most common form of dementia.”?

A simple test

Conveniently, AAC can be easily detected using lateral spine scans from bone density machines.

These machines are common, with some 600,000 bone density tests performed each year in Australia to screen for osteoporosis.

ECU Associate Professor and National Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellow Joshua Lewis said an additional scan capturing lateral spine images can be performed when people undergo standard bone density tests.

“It’s generally very quick and easy to capture these scans and they are less-invasive, cheaper and miniscule in radiation exposure compared to X-rays or CT scans,” Professor Lewis said.

“We know the causes of AAC go beyond traditional cardiovascular risk factors and many of these causes overlap with late-life dementia risk factors.

“At ECU we’re also working with the computer science team automating the AAC assessments, which will make the process a lot quicker and easier rather than needing a trained imaging expert to read the scans.

“It means these scans may be a cheap, rapid and safe way to screen a large number of susceptible older Australians for higher late-life dementia risk.”

Professor Lewis said incorporating dementia risk into discussions surrounding cardiovascular health could see people make necessary lifestyle changes.

“I think the next step is telling people about their AAC and late-life dementia risk to see if this can motivate healthy diet and lifestyle behaviour changes.”

Heart Foundation chief medical adviser, Professor Garry Jennings AO, welcomed the research.

“Vascular dementia is an increasingly common disability in older people,” Professor Jennings said.

“It is often associated with heart disease or risk factors such as hypertension earlier in life.

“Josh’s study is an excellent example of benefits arising from the Heart Foundation’s Future Leadership funding program.”

‘Abdominal aortic calcification on lateral spine images captured during bone density testing and late-life dementia risk in older women: a prospective cohort study’ was published in The Lancet Regional Health — Western Pacific.

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Predicting the future: A fast, easy scan can reveal late-life dementia risk

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1657018566) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(56) "Dough: what would you do with 47 million Swedish kronor?" ["link"]=> string(93) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/drama/dough-what-would-you-do-with-47-million-swedish-kronor/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(13) "Beatriz Deitz" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 05 Jul 2022 09:56:56 +0000" ["category"]=> string(30) "DramaDoughkronormillionSwedish" ["guid"]=> string(41) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=10781" ["description"]=> string(626) "Doughthe Swedish comedy thriller about robbery, money laundering and running a bakery arrives at Filmin on July 5. synopsis of Dough In Dough, Malou is a status-obsessed businesswoman whose latest strategy backfires. When she finds a buried bag containing 47 million Swedish kronor, she opens a pastry shop to launder the money. In turn, Liana ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7092) "

Doughthe Swedish comedy thriller about robbery, money laundering and running a bakery arrives at Filmin on July 5.

synopsis of Dough

In Dough, Malou is a status-obsessed businesswoman whose latest strategy backfires. When she finds a buried bag containing 47 million Swedish kronor, she opens a pastry shop to launder the money. In turn, Liana is an indebted single mother who was left in the lurch by her boyfriend after being imprisoned for a million-dollar robbery. Everyone is convinced that he hid the money, and Liana finds herself involved, against her will, in the desperate search for the loot. The two women’s paths will cross in ways they never could have imagined.

criticism of Dough

Having money problems is something that is very easy to empathize with, the seventh art has shown us throughout many movies and series. It is normal, since the situations that people face in extreme economic situations are very dramatic, and we will always want things to go well for them. But sometimes what you want doesn’t always turn out the way you want. If you find 47 million Swedish crowns, will your financial problems end? Probably, but that has consequences. And that’s what it explores Dough throughout 8 episodes of 40 minutes.

The important thing is the rhythm

Already from the title credits and the header of Dough we can sense the intensity and the tone: they are not going to let us rest, we have a thriller but a sense of humor is allowed, and besides, it is going to be intense. And yes, it is so: the series does not let us rest. The 40-minute episodes go by in a flash, and if we have the time, we won’t want to watch anything else.

This happens largely thanks to the script by Levan Akin, Mattias Johansson Skoglund and Sara Bergmark Elfgren, being the first two creators of the series. The narration is fast-paced, drawing on all the intertwined stories contained in the libretto. They all have a similar intensity, and although some are more intense than others, the suspense of when they will meet is very well built.

Interesting portrait of characters

Even though in Dough the action and her part of thriller works very well, she is also worried in most of her characters. There are secondary that start far behind, but gain weight until they star in some of the best moments of the series. Anyway, we have two great protagonists that cannot be denied.

On the one hand we have Malou, played by Helena af Sandeberg, the woman who finds the money buried in the woods. A woman with financial problems that when she finds herself with that money, she doesn’t know very well what to do. In that sense, we learn with her the steps to follow in such a situation, and we find ourselves at her side because of it. But I have to say that as the series progresses, she becomes the least interesting character in a very choral cast. It is not a problem of interpretation, since the image of the nouveau riche who cares about her image we believe, but we do not really fear for her. Her behavior drives us away.

Quite the opposite of what happens with Liana, played by Bianca Kronlöf, a young mother with a much more extreme story, but after so much suffering, we end up empathizing more with her situation. The actress perfectly conveys all the inner movement that the character undergoes, and the roller coaster of emotions that she experiences ends up being one of the engines of the fiction.

But one of the best characters in Dough is Kangas, played by Johan Hedenberg, who gives us a twisted and pathetic character, dangerous but unable to take control of his life. He terrifies us and pity us at the same time, even when his decisions are as atrocious as the ones he makes. His journey in the series is very interesting and he is one of the characters that is most burned into our memory.

an interesting address

Dough It is created by Levan Akin, who has already directed “We only have to dance”, and by Mattias Johansson Skoglund. From the beginning you can see that the direction the series is going to take, its tone, its path, is very clear. And that makes the series go like a shot, full speed, in the right direction. Resource management is wonderful, like the use of music, for example, which leaves us with montage scenes in which we join the characters in their respective emotional moments to help us place them in the story.

The use of violence is also very successful: explicit when necessary, crude, realistic but without being unpleasant, stylized in many moments. He does not try to make us uncomfortable in that sense, but to make us vibrate and tremble together with his characters. The world in which the characters move is violent, but not only physically: the hostility in other aspects is also palpable. The fragility of friendships that lack solidity, the appearances that surround the characters, everything is calculated, and therefore, there are many readings of the things that are happening.

A comic thriller that works like a shot

When the viewing ends Dough We are left with a feeling of having seen a very complete story, which despite the fact that some character has not convinced us as much as it should, turns out to be a very choral series with a very complete and intense script. The destination to which the characters arrive is satisfactory, and in addition, the journey has been at a dizzying pace that has made us enjoy. His twists leave us wanting more, and his characters are full of nuance. We can see elements in common with “Breaking Bad” or “Weeds”, but Dough It has a lot of personality to stand out from these series on which it actually has points in common. I don’t know what I would do with 47 million Swedish crowns, but while I get it, I can continue on my sofa watching series like this, which isn’t too bad.

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Dough: what would you do with 47 million Swedish kronor?


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" } ["summary"]=> string(626) "Doughthe Swedish comedy thriller about robbery, money laundering and running a bakery arrives at Filmin on July 5. synopsis of Dough In Dough, Malou is a status-obsessed businesswoman whose latest strategy backfires. When she finds a buried bag containing 47 million Swedish kronor, she opens a pastry shop to launder the money. In turn, Liana ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7092) "

Doughthe Swedish comedy thriller about robbery, money laundering and running a bakery arrives at Filmin on July 5.

synopsis of Dough

In Dough, Malou is a status-obsessed businesswoman whose latest strategy backfires. When she finds a buried bag containing 47 million Swedish kronor, she opens a pastry shop to launder the money. In turn, Liana is an indebted single mother who was left in the lurch by her boyfriend after being imprisoned for a million-dollar robbery. Everyone is convinced that he hid the money, and Liana finds herself involved, against her will, in the desperate search for the loot. The two women’s paths will cross in ways they never could have imagined.

criticism of Dough

Having money problems is something that is very easy to empathize with, the seventh art has shown us throughout many movies and series. It is normal, since the situations that people face in extreme economic situations are very dramatic, and we will always want things to go well for them. But sometimes what you want doesn’t always turn out the way you want. If you find 47 million Swedish crowns, will your financial problems end? Probably, but that has consequences. And that’s what it explores Dough throughout 8 episodes of 40 minutes.

The important thing is the rhythm

Already from the title credits and the header of Dough we can sense the intensity and the tone: they are not going to let us rest, we have a thriller but a sense of humor is allowed, and besides, it is going to be intense. And yes, it is so: the series does not let us rest. The 40-minute episodes go by in a flash, and if we have the time, we won’t want to watch anything else.

This happens largely thanks to the script by Levan Akin, Mattias Johansson Skoglund and Sara Bergmark Elfgren, being the first two creators of the series. The narration is fast-paced, drawing on all the intertwined stories contained in the libretto. They all have a similar intensity, and although some are more intense than others, the suspense of when they will meet is very well built.

Interesting portrait of characters

Even though in Dough the action and her part of thriller works very well, she is also worried in most of her characters. There are secondary that start far behind, but gain weight until they star in some of the best moments of the series. Anyway, we have two great protagonists that cannot be denied.

On the one hand we have Malou, played by Helena af Sandeberg, the woman who finds the money buried in the woods. A woman with financial problems that when she finds herself with that money, she doesn’t know very well what to do. In that sense, we learn with her the steps to follow in such a situation, and we find ourselves at her side because of it. But I have to say that as the series progresses, she becomes the least interesting character in a very choral cast. It is not a problem of interpretation, since the image of the nouveau riche who cares about her image we believe, but we do not really fear for her. Her behavior drives us away.

Quite the opposite of what happens with Liana, played by Bianca Kronlöf, a young mother with a much more extreme story, but after so much suffering, we end up empathizing more with her situation. The actress perfectly conveys all the inner movement that the character undergoes, and the roller coaster of emotions that she experiences ends up being one of the engines of the fiction.

But one of the best characters in Dough is Kangas, played by Johan Hedenberg, who gives us a twisted and pathetic character, dangerous but unable to take control of his life. He terrifies us and pity us at the same time, even when his decisions are as atrocious as the ones he makes. His journey in the series is very interesting and he is one of the characters that is most burned into our memory.

an interesting address

Dough It is created by Levan Akin, who has already directed “We only have to dance”, and by Mattias Johansson Skoglund. From the beginning you can see that the direction the series is going to take, its tone, its path, is very clear. And that makes the series go like a shot, full speed, in the right direction. Resource management is wonderful, like the use of music, for example, which leaves us with montage scenes in which we join the characters in their respective emotional moments to help us place them in the story.

The use of violence is also very successful: explicit when necessary, crude, realistic but without being unpleasant, stylized in many moments. He does not try to make us uncomfortable in that sense, but to make us vibrate and tremble together with his characters. The world in which the characters move is violent, but not only physically: the hostility in other aspects is also palpable. The fragility of friendships that lack solidity, the appearances that surround the characters, everything is calculated, and therefore, there are many readings of the things that are happening.

A comic thriller that works like a shot

When the viewing ends Dough We are left with a feeling of having seen a very complete story, which despite the fact that some character has not convinced us as much as it should, turns out to be a very choral series with a very complete and intense script. The destination to which the characters arrive is satisfactory, and in addition, the journey has been at a dizzying pace that has made us enjoy. His twists leave us wanting more, and his characters are full of nuance. We can see elements in common with “Breaking Bad” or “Weeds”, but Dough It has a lot of personality to stand out from these series on which it actually has points in common. I don’t know what I would do with 47 million Swedish crowns, but while I get it, I can continue on my sofa watching series like this, which isn’t too bad.

We would love to say thanks to the author of this article for this outstanding material

Dough: what would you do with 47 million Swedish kronor?


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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1657015016) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(82) "Santiago Segura reveals the plot of the next ‘Torrente’ in ‘El Hormiguero’" ["link"]=> string(111) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/mystery/santiago-segura-reveals-the-plot-of-the-next-torrente-in-el-hormiguero/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Kelly Nieves" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 05 Jul 2022 09:11:50 +0000" ["category"]=> string(50) "MysteryHormigueroPlotrevealsSantiagoSeguraTorrente" ["guid"]=> string(41) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=10778" ["description"]=> string(720) "The filmmaker went to the last program of the season to present ‘Father there is no more than one 3’ and took the opportunity to ensure that he already has a plot for ‘Torrente 6’ The last day of this season of ‘El Hormiguero’ began with jokes. “Important people get calls from the distributor and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5774) "

The filmmaker went to the last program of the season to present ‘Father there is no more than one 3’ and took the opportunity to ensure that he already has a plot for ‘Torrente 6’

Joseba Fiestas

The last day of this season of ‘El Hormiguero’ began with jokes. “Important people get calls from the distributor and they send the film home. And the guy hasn’t seen her. I’m not Robert Pattinson or Denzel Washington, but I’m your friend! », Santiago Segura joked when he learned that his host had not seen ‘Father there is only one 3’, the film that he came to promote. “I’ll see her next weekend,” Pablo Motos managed to say between laughs and appreciated: “Honestly, the beginning is gorgeous.”

“Are you going to do more of ‘Father there is no more than one’ than ‘Torrente’?” asked the presenter. “That is a mystery. I enjoy these films a lot and above all because of the way people receive them. They leave happy », Segura maintained before discovering that he already has the second installment of ‘A todo tren’ almost ready. “It will be released at Christmas,” warned the director.

The filming of ‘Padre no hay más que uno 3’ was not easy. The pandemic disrupted all planning. «I had been two years with the two vaccines, the mask… and I fell with the Ómicron that was super infectious. Uncle Resines started and they all fell: Toni Acosta, my daughters, the other children, Silvia Abril… Everyone except Loles León. I have never had such a bad time logistically », he explained. The one who took it the worst was Antonio Resines. «He was the grandfather of the film. And they told me that he had to be replaced, but since he is a friend I wanted to tell him. His wife told me that she was answering messages from the ICU. And I wrote to see if we were waiting for him. He told me no. ‘I hope to get out of here, but I don’t know how I’m going to get out,’ he said. And the next day they intubated him, ”Segura revealed.

The guest took advantage of the talk to vindicate Spanish cinema. «In France, aid to the cinema last year was five hundred and something million. Here they were thirty. And it is that thing that we Spaniards have that we are going to buy a washing machine and if they tell us that it is Spanish we prefer the German one. We don’t love each other. The French among the ten highest-grossing films of the year always include six or seven of their own, we have never seen that in Spain in our lives », he argued. And he concluded: «I don’t want to be treated like Spanish cinema, I prefer to be treated like funny cinema».

“I would like you to make a ‘Torrente’ getting rid of everything that is happening with the politically correct,” Motos pointed out. And Santiago revealed that he has something similar in mind. «I have already written a script treatment called ‘Torrente, Presidente’. A far-right party sees him talking in a bar and they want to sign him. They let him do a few rallies and realize the guy’s got the stuff to be president. And in the end they want to kill him because they can’t control him », he uncovered.

The artist does not care much about the exacerbated criticism. «I would do ‘Torrente’ now just the same. I don’t regret a single comma. It was such a brutal criticism of everything I hate. And when those of the ‘goodism’ now begin to say that it is an apology for something… It’s a joke! Sorry, there are smart people who see it. It pisses me off a lot », he finished.

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Santiago Segura reveals the plot of the next ‘Torrente’ in ‘El Hormiguero’


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" } ["summary"]=> string(720) "The filmmaker went to the last program of the season to present ‘Father there is no more than one 3’ and took the opportunity to ensure that he already has a plot for ‘Torrente 6’ The last day of this season of ‘El Hormiguero’ began with jokes. “Important people get calls from the distributor and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5774) "

The filmmaker went to the last program of the season to present ‘Father there is no more than one 3’ and took the opportunity to ensure that he already has a plot for ‘Torrente 6’

Joseba Fiestas

The last day of this season of ‘El Hormiguero’ began with jokes. “Important people get calls from the distributor and they send the film home. And the guy hasn’t seen her. I’m not Robert Pattinson or Denzel Washington, but I’m your friend! », Santiago Segura joked when he learned that his host had not seen ‘Father there is only one 3’, the film that he came to promote. “I’ll see her next weekend,” Pablo Motos managed to say between laughs and appreciated: “Honestly, the beginning is gorgeous.”

“Are you going to do more of ‘Father there is no more than one’ than ‘Torrente’?” asked the presenter. “That is a mystery. I enjoy these films a lot and above all because of the way people receive them. They leave happy », Segura maintained before discovering that he already has the second installment of ‘A todo tren’ almost ready. “It will be released at Christmas,” warned the director.

The filming of ‘Padre no hay más que uno 3’ was not easy. The pandemic disrupted all planning. «I had been two years with the two vaccines, the mask… and I fell with the Ómicron that was super infectious. Uncle Resines started and they all fell: Toni Acosta, my daughters, the other children, Silvia Abril… Everyone except Loles León. I have never had such a bad time logistically », he explained. The one who took it the worst was Antonio Resines. «He was the grandfather of the film. And they told me that he had to be replaced, but since he is a friend I wanted to tell him. His wife told me that she was answering messages from the ICU. And I wrote to see if we were waiting for him. He told me no. ‘I hope to get out of here, but I don’t know how I’m going to get out,’ he said. And the next day they intubated him, ”Segura revealed.

The guest took advantage of the talk to vindicate Spanish cinema. «In France, aid to the cinema last year was five hundred and something million. Here they were thirty. And it is that thing that we Spaniards have that we are going to buy a washing machine and if they tell us that it is Spanish we prefer the German one. We don’t love each other. The French among the ten highest-grossing films of the year always include six or seven of their own, we have never seen that in Spain in our lives », he argued. And he concluded: «I don’t want to be treated like Spanish cinema, I prefer to be treated like funny cinema».

“I would like you to make a ‘Torrente’ getting rid of everything that is happening with the politically correct,” Motos pointed out. And Santiago revealed that he has something similar in mind. «I have already written a script treatment called ‘Torrente, Presidente’. A far-right party sees him talking in a bar and they want to sign him. They let him do a few rallies and realize the guy’s got the stuff to be president. And in the end they want to kill him because they can’t control him », he uncovered.

The artist does not care much about the exacerbated criticism. «I would do ‘Torrente’ now just the same. I don’t regret a single comma. It was such a brutal criticism of everything I hate. And when those of the ‘goodism’ now begin to say that it is an apology for something… It’s a joke! Sorry, there are smart people who see it. It pisses me off a lot », he finished.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1657012310) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(72) "Unexpected stellar returns to the cinema after announcing his retirement" ["link"]=> string(112) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/comedy/unexpected-stellar-returns-to-the-cinema-after-announcing-his-retirement/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "David Zander" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 05 Jul 2022 08:29:15 +0000" ["category"]=> string(56) "ComedyannouncingCinemaRetirementreturnsstellarUnexpected" ["guid"]=> string(40) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=10776" ["description"]=> string(643) "One of the most charismatic stars in Hollywood returns. About to turn 50, Cameron Diaz puts an end to eight years of retirement and prepares to resume her acting career. She will star in the action comedy back in action (Netflix), his third film with Jamie Foxx. The actress announced that she was leaving the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7151) "

One of the most charismatic stars in Hollywood returns. About to turn 50, Cameron Diaz puts an end to eight years of retirement and prepares to resume her acting career. She will star in the action comedy back in action (Netflix), his third film with Jamie Foxx.

The actress announced that she was leaving the cinema in 2018, after participating in countless blockbusters, such as Something happens with Mary either The mask which catapulted her to fame. In 2020, in an interview with Gwyneth Paltrow, who is also retired from the industry, she explained why she left Hollywood: “I just decided that I wanted different things in my life. I’ve been working really hard for a long time, working and making movies, and it’s exhausting. I really had no room for my personal life.”

Quarterback Tom Brady, who also backed out, has offered to advise Diaz on his return.

The actress decided to change her priorities when she married musician Benjamin Madden in 2015. She created an organic wine company, Avaline, and became a mother to 2-year-old Raddix Madden. “I travel much less, I sleep much more and my skin is better because I don’t wear makeup all the time,” she explained two years ago to Harper’s Bazaar .

But now it goes away…

It was Jamie Foxx who announced Diaz’s return on Twitter with the audio clip of a phone call. “I’m excited, but I don’t know how to do it, you know?” Diaz confesses to Foxx. The actor tells him that Tom Brady (44), quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, can give him some advice. I have some experience with this withdrawn ,” jokes the footballer. And it is that the husband of the model Gisele Bündchen announced that he was retiring from the professional American football league earlier this year. Forty days later, when the world was still absorbing what an NFL would be like without him, Brady decided to return. At the time of announcing his goodbye, he mentioned the need to be a good father to his three children – those he has with the Brazilian model, Vivian (9) and Benjamin (12), and the one he had with Bridget Moynahan, John Edward Thomas ( 15)–, a good husband and spending more time with his family. “My wife is my biggest support. It hurts her to see me get hit, and she deserves what she needs from me as a husband and my children deserve what they need from me as a father,” the athlete wrote. The model was said to be “terrified” of the physical and mental toll Brady could suffer if he continued to play after 22 seasons in the NFL.

Another unexpected return is that of Lindsay Lohan (36). Besides being the narrator of the dating show Lovestruck High Since last May, the most rebellious Disney girl will return to the cinema in a big way, also in the hands of Netflix –as Cameron Díaz– to shoot three films. Not much is known about these projects, although it has transpired that the first will be titled Falling for Christmas . In it, Lohan will play a spoiled heiress who loses all her memories, in a classic Christmas romance film, a genre in which the interpreter moves like a fish in water.

The redhead achieved fame when she was 11 eleven years old with the film You to London and I to California a and established himself as one of the most popular teen stars in the 2000s, with movies like Bad Girls either put yourself in my place (2003).

Then came years of turbulence. Family problems and multiple conflicts with their sentimental partners, night gaps in the company of Britney Spears and Paris Hilton, drug use…

In just a few years, Lindsay Lohan managed to accumulate as many mug shots as magazine covers. She suddenly disappeared to recover from her addictions. She went to Dubai. “Living abroad is safer. It is less demanding. America always says, ‘Come on, come on, come on, come on!’” she declared to New York Times in 2018.

Another star who has announced his “final retirement” several times is Justin Bieber (28). He first spent five years treating his depression and without releasing albums. In 2019 he said he was putting his career on hold to, according to him, keep his marriage to model Hailey Baldwin afloat and be “the father I want to be.”

He returned to music, he has not yet become a father but facial paralysis has forced him to cancel his tour. This time he didn’t want to back down.

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Unexpected stellar returns to the cinema after announcing his retirement


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One of the most charismatic stars in Hollywood returns. About to turn 50, Cameron Diaz puts an end to eight years of retirement and prepares to resume her acting career. She will star in the action comedy back in action (Netflix), his third film with Jamie Foxx.

The actress announced that she was leaving the cinema in 2018, after participating in countless blockbusters, such as Something happens with Mary either The mask which catapulted her to fame. In 2020, in an interview with Gwyneth Paltrow, who is also retired from the industry, she explained why she left Hollywood: “I just decided that I wanted different things in my life. I’ve been working really hard for a long time, working and making movies, and it’s exhausting. I really had no room for my personal life.”

Quarterback Tom Brady, who also backed out, has offered to advise Diaz on his return.

The actress decided to change her priorities when she married musician Benjamin Madden in 2015. She created an organic wine company, Avaline, and became a mother to 2-year-old Raddix Madden. “I travel much less, I sleep much more and my skin is better because I don’t wear makeup all the time,” she explained two years ago to Harper’s Bazaar .

But now it goes away…

It was Jamie Foxx who announced Diaz’s return on Twitter with the audio clip of a phone call. “I’m excited, but I don’t know how to do it, you know?” Diaz confesses to Foxx. The actor tells him that Tom Brady (44), quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, can give him some advice. I have some experience with this withdrawn ,” jokes the footballer. And it is that the husband of the model Gisele Bündchen announced that he was retiring from the professional American football league earlier this year. Forty days later, when the world was still absorbing what an NFL would be like without him, Brady decided to return. At the time of announcing his goodbye, he mentioned the need to be a good father to his three children – those he has with the Brazilian model, Vivian (9) and Benjamin (12), and the one he had with Bridget Moynahan, John Edward Thomas ( 15)–, a good husband and spending more time with his family. “My wife is my biggest support. It hurts her to see me get hit, and she deserves what she needs from me as a husband and my children deserve what they need from me as a father,” the athlete wrote. The model was said to be “terrified” of the physical and mental toll Brady could suffer if he continued to play after 22 seasons in the NFL.

Another unexpected return is that of Lindsay Lohan (36). Besides being the narrator of the dating show Lovestruck High Since last May, the most rebellious Disney girl will return to the cinema in a big way, also in the hands of Netflix –as Cameron Díaz– to shoot three films. Not much is known about these projects, although it has transpired that the first will be titled Falling for Christmas . In it, Lohan will play a spoiled heiress who loses all her memories, in a classic Christmas romance film, a genre in which the interpreter moves like a fish in water.

The redhead achieved fame when she was 11 eleven years old with the film You to London and I to California a and established himself as one of the most popular teen stars in the 2000s, with movies like Bad Girls either put yourself in my place (2003).

Then came years of turbulence. Family problems and multiple conflicts with their sentimental partners, night gaps in the company of Britney Spears and Paris Hilton, drug use…

In just a few years, Lindsay Lohan managed to accumulate as many mug shots as magazine covers. She suddenly disappeared to recover from her addictions. She went to Dubai. “Living abroad is safer. It is less demanding. America always says, ‘Come on, come on, come on, come on!’” she declared to New York Times in 2018.

Another star who has announced his “final retirement” several times is Justin Bieber (28). He first spent five years treating his depression and without releasing albums. In 2019 he said he was putting his career on hold to, according to him, keep his marriage to model Hailey Baldwin afloat and be “the father I want to be.”

He returned to music, he has not yet become a father but facial paralysis has forced him to cancel his tour. This time he didn’t want to back down.

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Unexpected stellar returns to the cinema after announcing his retirement


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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1657009755) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(81) "Jeep have been the ideal car for the protagonists of movies and television series" ["link"]=> string(123) "http://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/thriller/jeep-have-been-the-ideal-car-for-the-protagonists-of-movies-and-television-series/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(19) "Margaret Stallworth" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 05 Jul 2022 08:13:59 +0000" ["category"]=> string(54) "ThrillerCaridealJeepmoviesprotagonistsseriesTelevision" ["guid"]=> string(41) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=10772" ["description"]=> string(709) "Jeep have been the ideal car for the protagonists of movies and television series for its intrepid profile and its ability to face all types of terrain. From spotting dinosaurs to transporting superheroes, braving a tornado or saving nature, Jeeps have been reliable companions for all kinds of adventures. Various generations of Jeep models have ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5209) "

Jeep have been the ideal car for the protagonists of movies and television series for its intrepid profile and its ability to face all types of terrain.

From spotting dinosaurs to transporting superheroes, braving a tornado or saving nature, Jeeps have been reliable companions for all kinds of adventures.

Various generations of Jeep models have starred in magical moments on the big and small screen since the 1950s, coinciding with the launch of the first civilian versions of the Jeep Willys.

The seventh art and Jeep can boast of a fruitful relationship that exceeds six decades. If behind the scenes, the brand’s vehicles have been an ideal means of transporting actors, equipment and filming material to the most remote places, the various Jeep ranges have been an essential part of a wide variety of productions since the 1950s. .

In fact, Jeep did not premiere in the seventh art with a war film or one set in the wildest nature, but with a suspense film, “The Man with my Face” (1951), a disturbing thriller in which the impersonation of the protagonist’s personality.

Adventure movies have been a genre in which Jeep, due to the performance of its models, has always been very present. After appearing in the long-running television series “Lassie” (1954-74), Jeep did not hesitate to go on safari in the most remote Africa in the company of John Wayne in “Hatari!” (1962). Directed by Howard Hawks, this film shows the camaraderie and professionalism of the “Hawksian” heroes in all its splendor as well as incorporating a Henri Mancini classic “The March of the Baby Elephant” in its soundtrack. A year earlier, Jeep made its debut in Spanish cinema as a military vehicle in Button de Ancla, starring the Dynamic Duo.

Jeep and the magic of the cine

In more recent times, the Jeep Wrangler is the perfect car to discover the dinosaurs, face them and escape from the T‑Rex in Jurassic Park (1993), a film directed by Steven Spielberg in which the brand’s most classic off-roader Enjoy many minutes of screen time. Precisely, the director of Cincinnati appears with a face of few friends at the wheel of a Jeep CJ 7 in a scene from “Back to the Future (1985) in which Marty McFly, with his inseparable skateboard, hooks himself to the rear bumper so as not to be late a class In the second part of this franchise, set in an “alternative” 2015, appears a 1987 Jeep Wrangler YJ with camo paint and fully equipped for adventure.

In Twister (1996), the Jeep Pick Up Honcho Townside that faces the tornado takes on a special role, while the Jeep Cherokee is the vehicle of the Peletier family in the television series The Walking Dead.

Jeep’s presence in the cinema has been reflected in the range in the form of special series and limited editions. A well-recorded example is the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Tomb Raider Edition, based on the vehicle in which Lara Croft stars in the parachute scene in Tomb Raider Cradle of Life (2003). In the superhero genre, the Jeep Renegade Dawn of Justice Special Edition features many of the unique car features featured in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016).

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Jeep have been the ideal car for the protagonists of movies and television series


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Jeep have been the ideal car for the protagonists of movies and television series for its intrepid profile and its ability to face all types of terrain.

From spotting dinosaurs to transporting superheroes, braving a tornado or saving nature, Jeeps have been reliable companions for all kinds of adventures.

Various generations of Jeep models have starred in magical moments on the big and small screen since the 1950s, coinciding with the launch of the first civilian versions of the Jeep Willys.

The seventh art and Jeep can boast of a fruitful relationship that exceeds six decades. If behind the scenes, the brand’s vehicles have been an ideal means of transporting actors, equipment and filming material to the most remote places, the various Jeep ranges have been an essential part of a wide variety of productions since the 1950s. .

In fact, Jeep did not premiere in the seventh art with a war film or one set in the wildest nature, but with a suspense film, “The Man with my Face” (1951), a disturbing thriller in which the impersonation of the protagonist’s personality.

Adventure movies have been a genre in which Jeep, due to the performance of its models, has always been very present. After appearing in the long-running television series “Lassie” (1954-74), Jeep did not hesitate to go on safari in the most remote Africa in the company of John Wayne in “Hatari!” (1962). Directed by Howard Hawks, this film shows the camaraderie and professionalism of the “Hawksian” heroes in all its splendor as well as incorporating a Henri Mancini classic “The March of the Baby Elephant” in its soundtrack. A year earlier, Jeep made its debut in Spanish cinema as a military vehicle in Button de Ancla, starring the Dynamic Duo.

Jeep and the magic of the cine

In more recent times, the Jeep Wrangler is the perfect car to discover the dinosaurs, face them and escape from the T‑Rex in Jurassic Park (1993), a film directed by Steven Spielberg in which the brand’s most classic off-roader Enjoy many minutes of screen time. Precisely, the director of Cincinnati appears with a face of few friends at the wheel of a Jeep CJ 7 in a scene from “Back to the Future (1985) in which Marty McFly, with his inseparable skateboard, hooks himself to the rear bumper so as not to be late a class In the second part of this franchise, set in an “alternative” 2015, appears a 1987 Jeep Wrangler YJ with camo paint and fully equipped for adventure.

In Twister (1996), the Jeep Pick Up Honcho Townside that faces the tornado takes on a special role, while the Jeep Cherokee is the vehicle of the Peletier family in the television series The Walking Dead.

Jeep’s presence in the cinema has been reflected in the range in the form of special series and limited editions. A well-recorded example is the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Tomb Raider Edition, based on the vehicle in which Lara Croft stars in the parachute scene in Tomb Raider Cradle of Life (2003). In the superhero genre, the Jeep Renegade Dawn of Justice Special Edition features many of the unique car features featured in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016).

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Thus, Jeep has been the ideal car for the protagonists of movies and television series due to its intrepid profile and its ability to face all types of terrain.

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Jeep have been the ideal car for the protagonists of movies and television series


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