“Sex *could* kill you. Do you know what the human body goes through when you have sex? …

House M.D. (TV series 2004? )
Occam’s Razor (TV episode 2004 #1.3):

Dr. Cameron: [messing with Chase’s head] Sex *could* kill you. Do you know what the human body goes through when you have sex? Pupils dilate, arteries constrict, core temperature rises, heart races, blood pressure skyrockets, respiration becomes rapid and shallow, the brain fires bursts of electrical impulses from nowhere to nowhere, and secretions spit out of every gland, and the muscles tense and spasm like you’re lifting three times your body weight. It’s violent. It’s ugly. And it’s messy. And if God hadn’t made it *unbelievably* fun, the human race would have died out eons ago. Men are lucky they can only have one orgasm. You know that women can have an hour long orgasm?

Istanbul is under heavy rains and since it is also the official holiday due to Republic Day, I stay at home, watch and read. Two lovable acts. I would have added some other lovable acts, but I have to satisfy myself with two now:) I am a bit late comer in watching House MD. and I quote from one of the very episodes…

Bal Nominated for 3 APSA Awards

from Mavi Boncuk by M.A.M

Mavi Boncuk | Turkish film “Bal” to vye for three awards in Asia-Pasific film event

Die Fremde Wins Grand Prize for Best Film on 37th Film Festival Ghent

from Mavi Boncuk by M.A.M

Die Fremde / When We Leave has been selected as the German entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards. ( Left: Director Feo Aladag) Feo Aladag is an Austrian film director, screenwriter, producer, and actor. Aladag was born in Vienna, Austria in 1972.

65 countries vie for 2010 Foreign Language Film Oscar®

from Turkish Cinema Newsletter by M.A.M

?Bal? (?Honey?) is among the films from sixty-five countries, including first-time entrants Ethiopia and Greenland, have submitted films for consideration in the Foreign Language Film category for the 83rd Academy Awards®.

The 2010 submissions are:

2010 Antalya Golden Orange Awards

from Turkish Cinema Newsletter by M.A.M

2010 47th Antalya Golden Orange AwardsBest Feature Film: ?Çoğunluk?
Best Debut Feature Film:?Gişe Memuru? (Tolga Karaçelik)
Best Director: ?Çoğunluk? Seren Yüce

Young artists dominate awards at Golden Orange finale

from Hurriyet Dailynews
After a week filled with movie premiers, cinema celebrities and a bit of controversy, the 47th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival ended with a glittering awards ceremony Thursday. Many of the awards for domestic films were scooped up by the new standard bearers of Turkish cinema, including Seren Yüce, who won best picture for ?Çoğunluk? (Majority)

Turkish filmmaker releasing Gaza Flotilla revenge thriller – Judy Mandelbaum – Open Salon

Turkish flotilla ship becomes setting for anti-Israel movie

from Hurriyet Dailynews
A Turkish protest ship that was the scene of bloodshed during Israel’s deadly May 31 raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla has now become the setting of an anti-Israeli film.

It’s a poster for a Danish movie. A mainstream movie, made by some TV comedians. The poster is meant to look like Antichrist and probably doesn’t really have much to do with the content.
found in Klovn

The Directory of World Cinema update

from www.intellectbooks.co.uk news weblog

Intellect have just published the third printed volume in the Directory of World Cinema series, which focuses on the cinema of Australia & New Zealand. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the project, the Directory of World Cinema aims to play a part in moving intelligent, scholarly criticism beyond the academy. Each volume of the Directory provides a culturally representative insight into a national or regional cinema through a collection of reviews, essays, resources, and film stills highlighting significant films and players.

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