An Croatian erotic anthology of seven short stories directed by Irena Skoric, all revolving around sex and relationships. Five of the stories following the intimacies of straight couples, where the 6th and 7th stories revolve around a lesbian couple and a gay couple.
Thomas Søndergård's hybrid SACD of Jean Sibelius' Symphony No. 2 in D major and his Symphony No. 7 in C major is an audiophile showcase that presents two contrasting sides of the composer with optimal clarity. The comparatively lush orchestration of the Symphony No. 2 probably has never sounded better in any recorded format, and the multichannel reproduction of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales brings out its vibrant bass, velvety strings, and sumptuous winds in a resonant acoustic, all of which are essential ingredients in the young Sibelius' post-Romantic sound. Yet the Symphony No. 7 presents the sparer counterpoint and leaner textures of Sibelius' mature phase, so the recording brings out the transparency of the timbres, and the clean separation of parts gives an added spatial dimension. Søndergård's interpretations of both works are wholly sympathetic and masterful, and the orchestra plays with the commitment and vitality that make these symphonies compelling. One hopes this is the first installment of a Sibelius cycle, which would be a great addition to Linn's catalog. Highly recommended.
40 Jahre Disco, Vol. 7: Disco Nights - Various Artists songs a great blend of pop, disco and good old-fashioned rock with strong, clear vocals & harmonies. The seven volume in the 40 Jahre Disco series includes hits by the style's best group ventures, like Baccara, Hot Chocolate, The Hollies, The Sweet, Sailor, Albert Hammond, etc.
This movie shows us Cléo, a French singer, who is afraid of getting the result of a test from her doctor. She believes that she has cancer and will die of the disease. We follow her for two hours while she cruises through the streets of Paris. At the end, she meets a soldier who is going to the war in Algeria the next day.
To mark the tenth anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings, the survivors, victims, relatives and rescuers remember the tragic events of the day. It was July 7th 2005 when four British-born suicide bombers launched an attack on London's transport system that killed 52 and injured over 750 in the deadliest attack on the capital since the Blitz.