13 Tzameti (Widescreen)
22 year-old Sebastien (Georges Babluani) leads an impoverished life constantly struggling to support his immigrant family. While repairing the roof of a neighbor’s house, he overhears a conversation about a forthcoming package which promises to make the household rich. Sensing the opportunity of a lifetime, Sebastien intercepts the package which contains a series of veiled instructions. Following the cryptic clues, he assumes a false identity and manages to slip through the grasp of encroaching police as he ventures deeper towards the unknown. The closer he gets to his destination, the less he understands. Ultimately, he comes face to face with a perverse ring of gamblers placing bets on a depraved game of chance where the spoils are unimaginable millions, and the losses are counted in lives. Directed by newcomer Gela Babluani, “13 Tzameti” is a winner-take-all thriller, where a naive young man is transformed into Player 13 in a game with only one way out. Interview with Director Gela Babluani and Actors Georges Babluani and Aurelien Recoing, The DVD Design Contest – Top 13 Finalists, “Sunday’s Game” – A Short Film About Some Nice Old Ladies, Deleted Scenes, Testimony of a Survivor, US Theatrical Trailer, Palm Previews, Weblinks. French Language Film with English Subtitles, Presented in Black & White.
2 Corinthians: An Introduction and Study Guide
This guide considers the historical contexts, the literary forms, the social and rhetorical backgrounds, the politics, the theologies, and the reception of 2 Corinthians. Each chapter surveys recent scholarly approaches to the text, focussing especially on critical perspectives that mesh with our contemporary concerns about gender, identity, race and class. 2 Corinthians becomes, in the process, less the work of a single 1st-century writer than a set of fraught, even fractured negotiations between competing interests and impulses, conducted in Paul’s voice. The last chapter brings the letter into conversation with Nathaniel Hawthorne’s short story ‘The Minister’s Black Veil’ in order to shift the terms of the critical discussion from what Paul meant to how Paul means in later cultural moments. Twomey introduces students to the way 2 Corinthians offers a fascinating but fragmentary glimpse into Paul’s continuing ties with the Corinthian community. At the same time, Twomey shows how the letter is the site of many new critical challenges to traditional readings of Paul and early Christianity. In contrast to 1 Corinthians, this 2 Corinthians largely eschews the debates and discussions, the interests and concerns of Paul’s correspondents. Instead we find Paul engaged in a multi-pronged defence of his ministry in and beyond Corinth. Over the course of thirteen chapters he runs the gamut of the emotions, rhetorically, from tears to joy to biting anger, while struggling to keep his relationship with (some say, his control over) the community intact.
“The Veil” A Short Film
What kind of veil to wear with short hair?
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