Industry: Review. Trades and Investments in a Modern Series HBO. Filmed in England. Created by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, who worked in the World of Investments and used their experiences to write the screenplay. Directed by Lena Dunham. With Myha'la Herrold, Marisa Abela, Harry Lawtey, David Jonsson, Nabhaan Rizwan, Conor MacNeill, Freya Mavor, Will Tudor, Ken Leung, Priyanga Burford, Conor MacNeill, Derek Riddell, Sagar Radia. The Series talks about a group of young people, around 20 to 22 years old (Generation Z), who join a Large Investment Bank as Interns. Among them, there are young people who attended the best Colleges and from wealthy families, as young people who (exceeding your limits), and graduated from Public Universities and went from all over the world to try the chance and ambition of their lives. In this context, let's see the world of Big Investment Banks up close, their demands, their ambitions, their wit. And young people will make unusual efforts to get the place of your dreams at the Great Investment Bank. Marisa Abela, plays a character who dresses elegantly, only wears PRADA, lives in Nothing Hill, wonderful house, wealthy family. The men, smartly dressed, therefore, we know that in the Investment World, you need to be "impeccable". The Series will show that the World of Investments, is not old-fashioned, is not convetional, nor never was! Another thing, for those who don't know anything about the Investment World, the terms used, the dynamics, working tirelessly. Watch the Series as you'll learn about Trades and especially how the Investment World works! The soundtrack is super modern! The series is told from the point of view of the character of Myha'la Herrold. (To Read More Articles, Click Article Archive Above and it will open everything, then Click Article, scroll down and read!)

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Eyes Wide Shut Fractal Puzzle Strangely Beautiful Movie Tom Cruise Nicole Kidman Stanley Kubrick started out as a photographer for the New York magazine 'Look'. This explains a lot the perfect framing and stunning photography of his films and the visual and sensory experience we feel. Considered by many to be one of the greatest filmmakers. Reputably obsessive and meticulous, he has overseen, with all the attention to detail, every aspect of his films. A perfectionist, he commanded total control of his films, even the selection of books and newspapers that appeared in the background. His works have a visual and aural clarity, a demanding use of camera work, framing, lighting, positioning, special effects, music etc. Their unfolding narratives subvert traditional cinematic narrative conventions, leaving audiences perplexed. Kubrick's films are challenging because he tells a story in a way we're not used to. Master of narrative subtlety. Kubrick was a lifelong chess player. 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Brigitte Bardot One of the Most Beautiful Women in the World, Icon. Natural Talent in Movies, Music, Fashion. 'Brigeton' as her father called her, 'Ma Brizzi' as her nanny Dada l'Itallienne called her. Braces, glasses, slight strabismus: as a child, amblyopia, visual impairment in the left eye. She was not yet blonde and her eyes were brown. Brigitte Bardot didn't have what it took to become BB. She grew up on the rue Viollet, in the fifteenth arrondissement of Paris. Her father, Louis Bardot dit Pilou, an industrialist from Usines Bardot at the Origin of Air Liquide, is very fond of feminine beauty, a lot of poetry, publishing a book of Poetry, totally his daughter. Her mother, Anne-Marie Mucel, Toti, loves herself when they look at her, is sad to be a disturbed artist and, as the bourgeois morality of the time dictates, clings to being a housewife. Brigitte grew up in a deeply Catholic family, proud to be French. She grew up in a privileged environment. She and her sister, receive a severe education, evolve into the artistic universe. They walk in front of their father's camera, passionate about cinema, and watch the Tout-Paris parade in the family's apartment. The only mirror in which she liked herself a little was the one in the dance studio. That of the great Russian professor Boris Kniaseff. Exercising, there for several hours a day. Standing out from the rest of the kids. Her legs elongate, her muscles elongate, her chin lifts toward pride. Classical dance transforms clay into a statue that we like to contemplate. Hélène de Lazareff, priestess of ELLE magazine, a great friend of her mother, discovers the young beauty she so badly needs to embody the modern girl. At age 15, she appeared several times on the front page of the magazine. Are there any photographs that are not beautiful by BB? Director Marc Allégret notices this face and auditions for 'The Laurels are Cut'. She meets Marc Allégret's assistant, young Roger Vadim. Her parents initially opposed the relationship, and asked her to wait until she was 18 to marry him. 'My parents offered to have dinner with us. I remember the contrast between this bourgeois and luxurious dinner, with butler, candles and cutlery, and the presence of Vadim in a blouse with a shabby turtleneck and long hair. He looked like a gypsy and I was crazy about it,' says BB. His father consulted a seer, accompanied by Brigitte, the seer predicted that the name Bardot would cross oceans and travel the world, his father was happy, thinking that it would be his industry that would proportionate such fame, but he was wrong, guess who it was? The beautiful blonde continued taking fashion pictures for ELLE. She landed a role in Joan Boyer's 'Le trou normand', opposite Bourvil. Now guided by a manager, Olga Horstig. She starts making a lot of movies; 'Les grande manoeuvres', 'Cette sacrée gamine', La lumière d'en face'. On their honeymoon, with Vadim BB says, they went dancing: 'My hips were rolling, throwing I was hot, I got up, I imitated love to the crazy rhythm of the drums, it was like I was in another body!(. ..) Was good! I had gone crazy! That night Vadim decided to add to his film 'ET Dieu...créa lá femme', a scene in which I danced madly and shamelessly. This sequence would go around the world'... . The following year, for the Cannes Film Festival, she decided to lighten her hair... the golden blonde she was showing on the Croisette attracted all eyes and got funding for the Roger Vadim film. Et Dieu...create there femme. A few months later it made her an international star (First French film to hit the American box office) helped her launch the BB myth. From there she continued filming Jacques Charrier's 'Babette s'en va en guerre'. 'En cas de malheur' by Jean Gabin, 'La Vérité' by Raoul Lévy, 'Le Mépris' by Jean-Luc Godard. 'Une ravissant idiot' by Edouard Molinaro alongside Anthony Perkins. A documentary by Jacques Rozier's Bardot entitled 'Paparazzi'. For, Bardot has been harassed all her life by Paparazzis, describes the unleashing of the press around the star that appears as hunted prey. The duo she forms with Jeanne Moreau in "Viva Maria!" it is a worldwide secession. She became the muse of Serge Gainsbourg, who composed several famous titles for her (Harley Davidson, Bonnie & Clyde, Jé t'aime moi nom plus, Comic Strip). She agreed to lend her traits to "Comic Strip" Marianne Rodgers, heroine of Marvel 'Iron Man' (until then played by an anonymous person). And her bust, carved by Aslan, adorned every town hall in France. Her romance with Serge Gainsbourg was one of the most beautiful love stories. Reading the Biography of "BB", and of Serge Gainsbourg. I read that Serge had a real passion and adoration for Brigitte Bardot, (Jane Birkin, said the same in an interview, was very jealous of BB, but said she was, really beautiful). And Brigitte Bardot idolized him as a Poet, Composer etc. Serge called Brigitte Bardot, asking if I could write a song for her. Brigitte then invites him to her apartment, where he had a piano. At the meeting were silent, the composer begins to hum the words of "Harley Davidson". She is afraid to sing on stage. He asks if she has champagne. She says she always has one in the fridge. They have several glasses of champagne. Serge sees in front of his eyes a confident Brigitte Bardot, who sings the future hit with sensuality. Serge makes his dream come true! The next day he sent her a Box of Dom Pérignon. A story will have started on a background of golden bubbles. The romance will last for three months. Three months of pure happiness. One night, while resting in her arms, she asks Serge to compose the love song, the most beautiful one he could compose in all its power and poetry. In the middle of the night Serge, starts to compose on the piano, turns the night! "Je t'aime moi nom plus" is born! He shows Brigitte in the morning, who doesn't hesitate for a single second to record. As they say goodbye that day, Brigitte reports in her Biography that she cut her own finger and cut Serge's finger and she sealed their commitment, mixing the blood and writing on paper "Je t'aime moi nom plus". And he was amazed. But what was already! But faced with threats from her husband, the millionaire playboy Günther Sachs, Brigitte then asks Serge not to sell her. Recorded many years later by Jane Birkin, replacing BB. A situation that really hurt French icon Brigitte Bardot, saying "I thought I was going to die when I heard the Jane Birkin version. But it was in the order of things, I didn't object to it either. This song (version) fell on me like a stone in my heart". If the moments they spent together were idyllic, the situation for the then young Brigitte Bardot was difficult. Divided between her husband (who cheated on her constantly and walked with an entourage of beautiful Models at his side), and Serge Gainsbourg. So the romance with Serge ends. (But she soon separates from her husband Günther Sachs). Serge Gainsbourg was devastated. Bardot said, "Serge was tormented with the anguish of losing me. Every meeting was a miracle for him. He meant a lot to me, but the situation was untenable, hellish." In reverence for the actress of indisputable sex appeal, a devastated Serge Gainsbourg writes the "wonderful" album "Initials BB", (listen is the sublimation of Artista Gênio). That was later taken up in commercials by Guerlain (BB's favorite perfume). In the same year he wrote the lyrics for "Comment te dire adie" for Françoise Hardy. They remained eternal accomplices. To this day Brigitte Bardot says she hasn't forgotten him, when Serge died in 1991, she says she read a quote he wrote in a magazine "When Bardot left me, it was like someone ripped my heart out with their teeth." Serge Gainsbourg, built a Parisian House, rue de Verneuil, which is a masterpiece, all inspired by Surrealism. This House was dedicated to Brigitte Bardot, with whom he thought of living in this magnificent house. Serge found redemption in the arms of Jane Birkin. BB says "It was a crazy love, a love as we dreamed, a love that will stay in our memories". Even today when we talk about Gainsbourg we still associate Bardot with him... He made Michel Melville's film 'L'Ours Et la Poupée, with Jean Pierre Cassel. "Novices", where he met Annie Girardot, who became a faithful friend. 'Les Pétroleuses' alongside Claudia Cardinale. 'Boulevard Du Rhuncom' by Lino Ventura. 'Don Juan 73' by Roger Vadim. After a guest appearance in Nina Companeez's 1973 'L'histoire trés joyeuse de Colinot trousse-chemise', Brigitte Bardot announces that she is ending her film career. She stopped at age 38, at the height of her glory, saving her skin. She takes refuge in La Madrague, in Saint-Tropez. Dedicating himself exclusively to the defense of animals. She founded the Brigitte Bardot Association; she fights seal hunting, whaling, fur trading... she is the author of several books; her memoirs, published-Initiales BB (1996), Lê Carré by Pluton (1999), Um Cri dans le silence (2003), Porquoi? (2006). BB's Beauty is a reference in the fashion world, where all hunters and model scouts look for and need to find models always in the Brigitte Bardot beauty standard. I will mention examples: Laettita Casta, Gisele Bündchen, Claudia Schiffer etc. Always the BB standard for beauty. You noticed 'Madonna's split front teeth! As for Briggite Bardot's beautiful and staggering walk, the reason is because she had amblyopia, and she could only see with her right eye, the left didn't work. Aided by her haughtiness, acquired at Ballet. She was considered the most beautiful woman in the world. Hence the reference for choosing the Models. Listen to Any Album, by Briggite Bardot, it's a voice like no other. Watch any movie, you will see all her beauty and the beautiful figure in all of them. "She lives like everyone else, and she's not like anyone else," Jean Cocteau said of her.                            (To read + Articles 2020, 2021 Click Article Archives above, Click the month, scroll down, just read)