L'enlèvement de Michel Houellebecq Michel Houellebecq discute avec un ami des travaux de rénovation de son appartement, déambule dans le quartier, travaille dans sa cuisine, récupère un panier de légumes auprès d'une voisine, visite des églises, rend visite à une amie et parle musique, raconte sa vie de juré du Prix 30 millions d'amis… Un jour, alors qu'il rentre chez lui, trois hommes entrent à sa suite dans le hall de l'immeuble. Sur le pas de sa porte, ils se saisissent de lui et le ligotent : l'enlèvement de Michel Houellebecq vient de commencer… Comédie humaine "Le 16 septembre 2011, les journaux télévisés, la presse écrite, Internet et la radio diffusent l’information selon laquelle Michel Houellebecq, Prix Goncourt 2010, a été enlevé. Certains médias évoquent même la piste d’Al Qaïda.
30 Best Movies of all Time What makes a movie great? Why do some stand the test of time while others slowly (or rather quickly) lose their value? For some films, it’s the emotion the story invokes. Sometimes an actor’s performance is so unforgettable, it captures our attention. Occasionally a film is so visually stunning, it can’t be forgotten. I put together a collection of the 30 best movies of all time. 30. Avatar is one of the most visually beautiful movies ever made. Best Quote: Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) “I became a Marine for the hardship. 29. There are a lot of gangster movies out there, but Scarface is easily the most quoted. Best Quote: Tony Montana “You need people like me so you can point your fuckin’ fingers and say, ‘That’s the bad guy.’ 28. In the interest of full disclosure, I have to admit I’ve never seen The Notebook. Best Quote: Noah (Ryan Gosling) says, “I am nothing special; just a common man with common thoughts, and I’ve led a common life. 27. 26. Best Quote: Igor: “Dr. 25. 24. 23. 22.
Schooling the World (2010) | Watch the Full Documentary Online If you wanted to change an ancient culture in a generation, how would you do it? You would change the way it educates its children. The U.S. The film-makers who created Schooling The World have generously made their film available to us in the spirit of the Gift. Instead of setting a price and transacting before you’ve seen the film, they are turning the tables and allowing you to experience the film and gift back according to your values, your means, and the quality of how the film may have gifted you. Support the film via PayPal You can also visit the store to buy the DVD or a digital download (sliding scale - $5 - $25) All contributions will go towards the recuperation of production costs and also to supporting the film’s continued outreach and distribution. Host A Screening
Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview (movie) *Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview* is a documentary exploring the depths of the current human condition and the emergence of a worldview that is recreating our world from the inside out. Weaving together insights and findings from biology, psychology, network science, systems science, business, culture and media, the film reveals the inner workings of the human experience in the 21st century, urging viewers to step out of the box and challenge their own assumptions about who we really are, and why we do what we do. *Crossroads* places evolutionary context to today’s escalating social unrest, natural disasters, and economic failures. It illuminates the footsteps of an integrated worldview, penetrating its way through the power of social networks to the forefront of our personal and collective awareness. A refreshing reality check for all viewers and a clarion call for those who carry the seeds of the emerging worldview. Crossroads Official Site: