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Academy Award®-winner Juliette Binoche (1997, Best Supporting Actress, The English Patient) stars in CACHE, a psychological thriller about a TV talk show host and his wife who are terrorized by surveillance videos of their private life. Delivered by an anonymous stalker, the tapes reveal secret after secret until obsession, denial and deceit take hold of the couple and hurl them to the point of no return. CACHE is director Michael Haneke's dark vision of a relationship torn mercilessly apart by the camera's unblinking eye.89% (9)
Hidden throughout Cache is the sense that you should be watching every moment in this film closely, just as the protagonists are themselves being watched by someone unknown. Georges and Anne Laurent’s (Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche) enviable lives are terrorized by the sudden arrival on their doorstep of a videotaped recording of their Parisian townhouse. It’s nothing but a long, unedited shot of the facade of their house, but it’s disturbing nonetheless. Soon another arrives, this time of the farmhouse Georges grew up in, and then another of a car driving down a suburban street, and a walk down a hallway to a low-rent apartment. Again the videos are benign but unsettling. Then the mystery becomes more threatening when they receive gruesome postcards depicting child-like drawings of bloody, dead stick figures. Georges believes he knows who the culprit is, but for reasons all his own refuses to let his wife in on the secret. Clearly more is hidden here than just the identity of their stalker. In Cache, writer and director Michael Haneke skillfully, methodically pulls back multiple layers of deception, like new skin being pulled off an old wound. he masterfully fuses elements of his predecessors to create a film that is haunting and memorable. There is Bergman's fascination with the complexity of relationships, the suspense and lurking danger of Hitchcock, and the unique cinematic sensibility of Antonioni. In fact, the provocative final shot is practically a tribute to The Passenger--a lot of people will want to rewatch it many times to see what they can find in it (if, after watching it, you are still unsatisfied with the resolution, then watch the interview with Haneke in the DVD's special features for his insights). It's a film of great effect and intrigue. There are no easy resolutions, and the answers given in this mystery will only lead to more questions. --Daniel Vancini
I'm captured from her eyes. From the power of this smile. Recently I realized a lot of photos to this angel and it has been natural for me thinking if this is the best lifetime ever... when we are few months old... Sleeping, smiling, playing, crying for littleness and recovering immediatly the smile, being kissed and having a lovely persons taking care of us every second. Discovering the world, finding incredibile and extraordinary very simple things. In which phase of our life are we so happy? In a so clean and pure way? Sono affascinato dai suoi occhi e dalla forza del suo sorriso. Di recente le ho scattato cosi tante fotografie ed e stato inevitabile riflettere su quanto sia bella questa fase della nostra vita (in senso generale, ci sono purtroppo poi spiacevoli eccezioni). Dormiamo, mangiamo, siamo accuditi, coccolati, sorridiamo, ridiamo, giochiamo, e tutta un'avventura, e tutta una scoperta. Piangiamo ma lo facciamo ritrovando quasi subito il sorriso e quando piangiamo siamo belli lo stesso. Troviamo emozionanti, incredibili e straordinariamente belle cose semplicissime come un sibilo emesso per gioco dalla bocca di chi ci abbraccia e ci tiene compagnia. Ma in quale fase della nostra vita riusciamo ad esser cosi felici? In modo cosi puro, genuino? Simone Cento Photography © all rights reserved - dont use this image without my authorizationLifetime Of Toil
With the simple goal of survival it's hard to imagine the strife that this woman has endured . India , beautiful , enchanting and so culturally rich . Yet it is the woman who has endured . Although changing , the treatment and status of women is shocking . The percentages of women raped and abused is mind boggling and somehow they almost fall into a different class of person . What this woman must have seen in her lifetime . There are many times that I wished that India not change , it's old world cultures and tradition so memorizing .Of course their treatment varies from area to area , belief to belief ,family to family and of course it doesn't happen to all . There are many fine families gracious and respectful of the woman but overall India's record here is so very very weak , this is one area where India can change not soon enough . It seems to me that if they only they empowered the woman using their intelligence and savvy . With the numbers of Indians one point three billion , there would be no stopping their rise , both intellectually and economically , to be one of the world's great countries . Thank you all for taking the time to view my images . Try viewing large on black , Hit the "L" key to click on the image
Spencer Beebe believes that a more reliable prosperity will elude us unless we change our relations with each other and with the rest of the natural world. Cache: Creating Natural Economies provides on-the-ground examples of how we can do this.Similar posts:
Beebe, who has been described as a practical visionary, has been at the forefront of efforts to create more resilient communities, economies, and environments for four decades. In the 1970s he ran the Northwest and Western regional programs of The Nature Conservancy; in the 1980s he developed The Nature Conservancy international program and was founding president of Conservation International; today he is founder and president of Ecotrust, where his innovations include founding the world's first environmental bank; creating a range of programs in fisheries, forestry, food, and farms; establishing an annual awards program that honors and supports the work of indigenous people; and developing new scientific and information tools to improve social, economic, and environmental decision-making.
Cache not only recounts Beebe's personal journey, but also traces the parallel evolution of the environmental movement and provides fresh thinking about the road ahead.
It is a book for business people who wish to build businesses with more than the bottom-line in mind; for conservationists who wish to get practical results in a world not always sympathetic to their goals; and for people who simply love nature and, like Beebe, try to learn from it. Cache is, in Tom Brokaw's words, an "evocative and inspirational book."
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