Anna is coming out. But not as gay as a revolutionary. Itty Bitty Titty Committee is a rockin love song to the heady rush of sex, freedom and rebellion that happens when an everyday girl discovers her own strength and the righteous indignation needed to take action and change the world. Our heroine is a shy, just-out-of-high-school lesbian, still living with her parents and working at a plastic su
Apoorvan (Jayaram), Babumon (Kalabhavan Shajon), and Chopra (Baburaj) are very close companions. Babumon is married. Apoorvan, who has only studied up to 7th standard aims to become a world renowned scientist and does many experiments to become so. Apoorvan is supported financially by Babumon whos..
The Committee, starring Paul Jones of Manfred Mann fame, is a unique document of Britain in the 1960s. After a very successful run in London’s West End in 1968, viewings of this controversial movie have been few and far between. Stunning black and white camera work by Ian Wilson brings to life this “chilling fable” by Max Steuer, a lecturer (now Reader Emeritus) at the London School of Economics. Avoiding easy answers, The Committee uses a surreal murder to explore the tension and conflict between bureaucracy on one side, and individual freedom on the other. Many films, such as Total Recall, Fahrenheit 451 and Camus’ The Stranger, see the state as ignorant and repressive, and pass over the inevitable weaknesses lying deep in individuals. Drawing on the ideas of R.D. Laing, a psychologically hip state faces an all too human protagonist.
The Committee deals with the absurdity of democratic decision-making processes. It makes a humorous portrait of an international collaboration. A comedy investigates the nature of compromises, and mirrors political processes that often have great ambitions, but end up little to show.
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"Showing the gallant Admiral standing directly in front of the camera, life size, his head bare, graciously bidding his guests adieu. This was exhibited at the Eden Musee and Koster and Bial's, New York, to 18,000 people the next day after the picture was taken."
Showing Committee of Arrangements visit to the Admiral on board the U.S. Cruiser Olympia.
Love is blooming at Sakuragaoka High School. Natsuki Enomoto has finally mustered the courage to confess to her childhood friend, Yuu Setoguchi. However, in the final moments of her confession, an embarrassed Natsuki passes it off as a "practice confession." Oblivious to her true feelings and struggling with his own, Yuu promises to support Natsuki in her quest for love. While Natsuki deals with her failed confession, fellow classmate Koyuki Ayase struggles with his own feelings for Natsuki. Despite his timidness, he is determined to win over her heart.
Based on Vocaloid songs from "Kokuhaku Jikko Iinkai ~Renai Series~" by HoneyWorks, the movie is the second film based on the songs, following Tetsuya Yanagisawa's previous anime, "I Want to Let You Know That I Love You".
The Committee Room was a Gaelic games-themed magazine and review television programme that aired on RTÉ Two since 25 May 2011 until September 2011. Presented by Marty Morrissey, who is joined by a different panel of guests every week, the programme features a mix of interviews, analysis and discussion on all GAA related matters.
People bring their stories of missed lust connections to an objective panel of experts who then judge whether they could have gone all the way or not.