Code 46 is a love story set in a Brave New World-type near-future where cities are heavily controlled and only accessible through checkpoints.
Code 46 is a love story set in a Brave New World-type near-future where cities are heavily controlled and only accessible through checkpoints. People cannot travel unless they have "papeles" (papers in Spanish; words and sentences in many languages, especially Spanish, French and Chinese are mixed with English in this new world), a special travel permit issued by the totalitarian government, the "Sphinx". Outside these cities, the desert has taken over and shanty towns are jammed with non-citizens - people without IDs forced to live primitive lives.
De passage à Paris, Robert Langdon, éminent spécialiste de symboles à Harvard, est appelé au Louvre en pleine nuit. Jacques Saunière, le conservateur en chef, a été assassiné dans la Grande Galerie. Autour du cadavre, une mise en scène macabre, une série de pictogrammes et un message codé. …
Documentary about the life and work of Paco de Lucía. Including live performances, interviews and many different moments of the life of the artist. This production, with the collaboraration of Spanish TV and European channel ARTE, shows the everyday life of the artist, the international tours and the development of Paco's own philosophy and attitude towards life and guitar. With the participation of artists such as Chick Corea and many other people from the personal sorrounding of the artist.
Stages: Performances 1970-2002 is one of the most cynical box set projects ever issued. While producers Neil Diamond and Sam Cole don't exactly offer untruth in their presentation of this five-CD live retrospective, they might as well have. For starters, this entire project seems like an excuse to issue a new double-CD live album from Vegas in December of 2002, and a live Christmas album (like anyone ever needed that to happen). The other two discs in this set are a compilation of live tracks, from "Lordy" in 1970 (easily the best thing here) to a cloying "I Believe in Happy Endings," from New Year's Eve 2001. The majority of the cuts from these discs come from Diamond's '80s and '90s shows and do not showcase him at his best.
For Whom The Bell (1996). The highly acclaimed first album from the band ‘Code Indigo’ founded by David Wright and Robert Fox, considered a classic by music critics worldwide. This is an album that promises so much and delivers it all! It’s a 72 minute, 18 track (all inter linked) epic, featuring music you can really get your teeth into. It’s remarkably ‘modern’ sounding, thanks to the power of the rhythms, but what makes this CD so good is the sheer range of music on offer. It is all immaculately played and crafted with a superb production while the length of the tracks ensure that a good idea never outstays its welcome…
…although I thought I knew every little "boing", "duh" and other sound effect on the album, it surprised me what a difference the additional channels make. The music is litteraly all around you, the effects come from everywhere and if you close your eyes the album is like a roller coaster ride. (…) Blessed are the noisemakers.