Velicanu considers himself a fulfilled person. He's got money, a new villa, married a younger woman and has a son from a previous marriage. Before the holidays he has to leave everything in order, but things start to get complicated. The crisis at the end of the day make him wonder whatever he is indeed a happy, fulfilled person...
Close up we see pistons move up and down or side to side. Pendulums sway, the small parts of machinery move. Gears drive larger wheels. Gears within gears spin. Shafts turn some mechanism that is out of sight. Screws revolve and move other gears; a bit rotates. More subtle mechanisms move other mechanical parts for unknown purposes. Weights rise and fall. The movements, underscored by sound, are rhythmic. Circles, squares, rods, and teeth are in constant and sometimes asymmetrical motion. These human-made mechanical bits seem benign and reassuring.
A man with seemingly unwavering ethics is challenged by his new boss, who believes everyone has a price and it willing to prove it. In this Capra-esque tale no one leaves unscathed when principles and pragmatism collide.
A young man, bored with his monotonous daily routine (which includes being pushed around at school by jocks and holding a loaded gun to his head), joins an organised group of rebels (led by a cable-TV repairman) who abduct teenagers who have become complacent with their mundane existences.
Principles of Curiosity presents a general introduction to the foundations of scientific skepticism and critical thinking, focusing on a simple process we call the three Cs.
Short film by Leighton Pierce.
Part of BFI collection "Reshaping British Railways."
Crippled by his writer's block, Paul enters into a new, exciting relationship with risk-taking Billy and super-sexy Juliette. As it becomes increasingly tangled, however, he must choose one of them over the other.
Practical Meditation with Buddhist Principles
Jennifer Pohlman and Rodney Searle guide you through a 36-minute ball workout featuring Pilates principles that will create strong core muscles.
Shot in 1941, this black-and-white instructional film (featuring actor Alan Ladd) serves as a veritable time capsule on the history of the sport, with advice on ski design, schussing, lacquer, wax and toe plates.
BJJ black belt under Egan Inoue, Baret Yoshida is well known worldwide for his submission grappling skills. Among his many achievements, Baret was the ADCC 2001 tournament winner. In this DVD titled "Principles of the Art of Submission", he holds nothing back, sharing hundreds of techniques to improve your no gi grappling game.
In this lecture, Dr. Richard Feynman discusses the great conservation principles including those related to electric charge, baryons, strangeness, energy, and angular momentum. He also discusses locality and the principle of relativity.
This video covers in details Joe Weider's bodybuilding principles, including: split-system training, holistic training, instinctive training, full-range of motion, peak concentration, reverse gravity, eclectic workouts, muscle priority training, and more.