Exploring the essence of humanity within 10 years of Turkish cinema
"The film deals with the universal human experience, and puts it into a kind of a moralistic tale (but not a preaching one). It just opens many philosophical discussions, but discussions we can all partake in. It makes us relate, rethink, and feel – over and over again." (Film Hafizasi)
Five For Friday: Ten Years In Turkish Cinema.
If I write that Turkish cinema is on the rise, that it is original and compelling, often beautiful and poetic – I wouldn’t be saying anything new. The truth is already out there.
Source: Middle East Revised
Top Breakfast Places in 5 Amazing Cities
Everybody knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Also if you're a bread lover like me, and coffee, and chocolate, and cheese and ham... You will want to read this!
Source: Funky Ozzi
It's never too late for a reflection
Half of January has already passed and I’ve just finished my list of resolutions.
Source: Mellowshellie's Book Log
Seriously? Two Syrians Arrested for Having AIDS
Why would you arrest someone for having AIDS? Since when is it a crime to have AIDS? If anything, they should be sent to a hospital to be diagnosed and treated. The article is saying the arrest was done based on a “Lil Nasher” episode on Al Jadeed but no further details were given.
Source: Blog Baladi
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