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Tabu: A Story of the South Seas (Masters of Cin...
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In 1929, F. W. Murnau (Nosferatu, Faust, Sunrise), one of the greatest of all film directors, invited leading documentarist Robert Flaherty (Nanook of the North, Man of Aran) to collaborate on a film to be be shot on location in Tahiti, a Polynesian idyll in which Murnau imagined a cast of island actors would provide a new form of authentic drama and offer rare insight into their primitive culture. The result of their collaboration was Tabu, a film that depicts the details of indigenous island life to tell a mythical tale that is rich in the universal themes of desire and loss. Subtitled A Story of the South Seas , Tabu concerns a Tahitian fisherman (played by an islander, Matahi) and his love for a young woman (played by fellow islander Reri, who went on to star on Broadway) whose body has been consecrated to the gods, rendering her tabu as far as mortal men are concerned. The lovers flee their island and its restrictive traditions, but will their love prevail in the civilised world? This Oscar-winning film (the Academy Award went to cinematographer Floyd Crosby) is both poetic and simple in tone. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present - completely unc­ensored and fully restored - this landmark film of rare exoticism and magical beauty, described by critic Lotte Eisner in 1931 as the apogee of the art of the silent film , for the first time ever on Blu-ray in its original aspect ratio.

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Saajan Chale Sasural
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Saajan Chale Sasural is a 1996 Bollywood comedy starring Govinda, Karisma Kapoor, Tabu, Kader Khan and Satish Kaushik. The film was directed by David Dhawan. It is based on the Rajinikanth starrer 1994 Tamil film Veera. a french dubbing parody of this movie called New Délire was released in 2007. Shyamsunder (Govinda) is a naive villager who has a great interest in music. He travels to the city, making friends with Muthuswami (Satish Kaushik), a South Indian tabla player. The president of the TIPS cassette company, Khurana (Kader Khan), is impressed with his musical abilities and promotes him to a high position.

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Alive AG Urgent Jumping! Jazz CD Various
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Afro-Beat-Compilation aus Ostafrika. 27 Stücke, alle aufgenommen zwischen 1972 - 1982.nnSterns Music präsentiert fast vergessene Schätze der Musik, heute diese Afro-Beat-Compilation aus Ostafrika. 27 Stücke, alle aufgenommen zwischen 1972 - 1982. During the boom years of the 1960s and on into the 70s, East Africa, in particular Nairobi, was an irresistible magnet for musicians throughout the continent. Here they could record during the day and work in a club at night. From all parts of Kenya, tanzania, Zambia, Zaire, South Africa and beyond, musicians switched bands, swapped tunes, jammed, performed and generally added to the musical DNA that even now resonates around the world. The resulting perfect storm of international and parachial musical genius' gave birth to a standard of musicianship that has echoed down the decades. In the 80s, while bands such as Samba Mapangala & Orchestra Virunga were able to find their first new audiences outside of Kenya, Congolese artists scuch as Tabu Ley and Mbilia Bal found some of their most enthousiastic fans inside the region. Check out this great 27 tracks - recorded in East Africa between 1972- 1982.. TRACKS: 01. L'orchestra Dar International - Rufaa Ya Kiko 02. Afro 70 - Hasara Ya Moto 03. Kauma Boys Band - Rose Atieno 04. Super Mambo Jazz Band - Nasalaki Nini 05. Marquis Du Zaire - Denise 06. Victoria Jazz Band - Anyanga 07. Orchestre Conga Internationale - Nakupenda Sana 08. L'orchestra Dar International - Rudi Nyumbani 09. The Golden Kings Band - Taabu Yaa Awendo 10. Sunburst Band - Matatizo Nyumbani 11. Urafiki Jazz Band - Nauli Ya Uda 12. L'orchestre Grand Piza - Oboti Kolisa 13. Hafusa Abasi & Slim Ali, Kikulacho Yahoos Band - Sina Raha 14. L'orchetre Mojo One - Dunia Ni Duara Pts 1 & 2 DISC #2: 01. Sunburst Band - Enzi Za Utumwani 02. Sega Sega Band - John Ochieng 03. L'orchestre Super Mambo _ Kurukia Ukuta 04. Eathquake Jazzband - Blasio Onyango 05. L'orchestre Dar International - Chama Kimoja 06. Vijana Jazz Band - Kosa La Wazazi 07. Orchestre Special Liwanza - Vicky Pts 1 & 2 08. Super Mambo Jazz Band - Jeanne Mulongo 09. Juwata Jazz Band - Mpenzi Zalina 10. L'orchestra Dar International - Hatari Kubwa 11. Afro 70 - Cha Umheja 12. L'orchestre Dar International - Rafiki Sina Pt 1 13. Orchestre Super Jambo - Yenga Pts 1 & 2

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Facing the Pacific
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The enduring popularity of Polynesia in western literature, art, and film attests to the pleasures that Pacific islands have, over the centuries, afforded the consuming gaze of the west-connoting solitude, release from cares, and, more recently, renewal from urbanized modern life. Facing the Pacific is the first study to offer a detailed look at the United States' intense engagement with the myth of the South Seas just after the First World War, when, at home, a popular vogue for all things Polynesian seemed to echo the expansion of U.S. imperialist activities abroad. Jeffrey Geiger looks at a variety of texts that helped to invent a vision of Polynesia for U.S. audiences, focusing on a group of writers and filmmakers whose mutual fascination with the South Pacific drew them together-and would eventually drive some of them apart. Key figures discussed in this volume are Frederick O'Brien, author of the bestseller White Shadows in the South Seas; filmmaker Robert Flaherty and his wife, Francis Hubbard Flaherty, who collaborated on Moana; director W. S. Van Dyke, who worked with Robert Flaherty on MGM's adaptation of White Shadows; and Expressionist director F. W. Murnau, whose last film, Tabu, was co-directed with Flaherty.

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Facing the Pacific
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The enduring popularity of Polynesia in western literature, art, and film attests to the pleasures that Pacific islands have, over the centuries, afforded the consuming gaze of the west-connoting solitude, release from cares, and, more recently, renewal from urbanized modern life. Facing the Pacific is the first study to offer a detailed look at the United States' intense engagement with the myth of the South Seas just after the First World War, when, at home, a popular vogue for all things Polynesian seemed to echo the expansion of U.S. imperialist activities abroad. Jeffrey Geiger looks at a variety of texts that helped to invent a vision of Polynesia for U.S. audiences, focusing on a group of writers and filmmakers whose mutual fascination with the South Pacific drew them together-and would eventually drive some of them apart. Key figures discussed in this volume are Frederick O'Brien, author of the bestseller White Shadows in the South Seas; filmmaker Robert Flaherty and his wife, Francis Hubbard Flaherty, who collaborated on Moana; director W. S. Van Dyke, who worked with Robert Flaherty on MGM's adaptation of White Shadows; and Expressionist director F. W. Murnau, whose last film, Tabu, was co-directed with Flaherty.

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