04/07/2017

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Controversial Documentary Since the actor Joaquin Phoenix announced the end of his career in October 2008, until the controversial release of the documentary I'm Still Here (still here) a few days ago at the Venice Film Festival, his public figure has undergone a remarkable deterioration and his case has become one of the favorite mysteries of Hollywood. What happens to Joaquin Phoenix? Has it gone mad really? Everything this is a gigantic farce (worthy of a romantic novel) drawn up by a couple of boring stars of the scene of the show? The documentary dive in the intimacy of the Gladiator actor day and night for months to remove the surface small episodes of decadence and exhibitionism, and also great scenes of public humiliation. Joaquin Phoenix raving on the David Letterman show and then crying and climbing shrubs of Central Park, complaining because she feels that nobody takes me seriously. The film focuses on their desperate attempts to launch his career as a rapper in the hip-hop circuit. A scene especially grotesque takes place in the Office of the rapper p. Diddy, where Phoenix makes him listen to three of their songs in the hope of getting a recording contract. Diddy makes clear that in the event you decide to work with the actor, it be a fee raised by the production of the album. How much you need?, question Phoenix. What Diddy responds: how much do you have?. Finally the employer decides that Joaquin Phoenix isn't ready to record with him, which should devote to improve his skills of interpreter, and then dispatches him unceremoniously. What is the reaction of the former actor twice nominated for an Oscar to see their hopes trampled? I can only tell you that Joaquin Phoenix lately seems to take everything to heart (those who watch...
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Theater 13. Coordinators will be the Guarani Theater Competition, Dr. Teresa Beatriz Cardozo a "Cultural Association Read original (click) at: biographical poet, man of the theater and cultural worker. Born in San Lorenzo on February 19, 1938. His real name and the composition of the artistic pseudonym obtained which is widely known. . Contact information is here: Margaret Loesser Robinson. A graduate of the Municipal School of Performing Arts "Roque Centurion Miranda" (1962). He served as actor and director of the People's Vanguard Theater (TPV) and in 1970 founded and directed the Studio Theater Libre incorporated into the Program of Action Community Cultural Amistad Mission. Successively Urban Program Coordinator, Coordinator of Promuri (Promoting Urban, Rural and Indigenous) and Director of the Mission of Friendship (1970-1990). He was also Director of the Department of Popular Culture (1993-1997) and Director General of Research and Support of Vice Cultural Culture, Ministry of Education and Culture (1997-2002). As the author wrote theatrical a "Mborayhu rape" (Guarani), Julio Correa. Text and Context. " He did the translation and adaptation to the environment peasant from the book "In the right hand of God the Father", the Colombian Enrique Buenavia. He published Mandua'ara "which includes his poems in Guarani (1990). Saul "Canelo" Alvarez may find it difficult to be quoted properly. He has written "This land is me" (history of Paraguayan women), "Where my song went" which is a selection of his poems in Castilian and "Notes travelers. Essays on popular culture. " Among the recordings most important works as actor include "Paraguayan Guarani Poetry" (1973), "Poetic Anthology of Carlos Miguel Gimenez (1979) and" Poetic Anthology of Joseph. His letters were musicalized in "City A musical story to life Asuncion today." with music by Alexander Cubilla, is the result of a thorough investigation on the origin of Paraguayan...

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