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WikiLeaks rep: Julian Assange would find life no easier under President Clinton

Journalist and hacker Jacob Appelbaum remarks Clinton camp are out to get the WikiLeaks founder, while Laura Poitras, whose documentary about Assange has premiered at Cannes, disavows rumours of a falling out Julian Assange, the Wikileaks founder who is still confined to the Ecuadorian embassy in London, got to find life no easier under a President Hillary Clinton, in agreement …

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John Boyega:’ I’m very direct. I can’t lie’

He shook up Star Wars as its firstly pitch-black stormtrooper and hasnt seemed back since. John Boyega on facing down bullies and not being nicey-nice John Boyega is talking about the day his macrocosm changed- and he knew everything “wouldve been” OK. It’s not when he got the lead role in his first film, Attack The Block, aged 18 , …

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Venice Biennale: Putin has a red-hot date as jig capitulates to orgasmic quiverings and S& M inhibition

Marie Chouinards sexually accused introduction program watches dancers locked up like zoo swine then unleashed, while Vladimir Putin is razzed with scourges and made to dance with a Nubian Queen A naked lady punches her body frequently against a wall, her face obscured by the dark fall of whisker plowing her face. A sallow, serious youth dances a solitary track …

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Venice Biennale: Putin has a hot year as hop capitulations to orgasmic quivers and S& M inhibition

Marie Chouinards sexually accused introduction program investigates dancers locked up like zoo animals then released, while Vladimir Putin is taunted with scourges and made to dance with a Nubian Queen A naked girl punches her body frequently against a wall, her showing conceal by the dark drop of hair dealing her appearance. A pallid, serious teenager moves a solitary footpath …

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10 of best available European cities for artwork deco design

Art decos straight lines and bold chassis were an expression of early-2 0th-century creed in technology and progress. Here are 10 cities around Europe that best showcase this exuberance Art deco began in France during the first world war and went on to accompany the age of jazz, Josephine Baker, cocktails, convertibles and talking picture. While artistry nouveau had been …

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Venice Biennale: Putin has a hot date as jig renounces to orgasmic chills and S& M taboos

Marie Chouinards sexually accused debut program encounters dancers locked up like zoo swine then unleashed, while Vladimir Putin is razzed with flogs and made to dance with a Nubian Queen A naked female punches her body frequently against a wall, her expression veiled by the dark drop-off of “hairs-breadth” considering her appearance. A pale, serious youth moves a lonely itinerary …

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Film-maker Kirsten Johnson: how I divulged my mother

A documentary maker who has worked on Oscar-winning movies, Johnson offers a transgressive new movie that lays bare the ethical dilemmas inherent in filming As you can probably tell, I am a really earnest party, adds cinematographer and director Kirsten Johnson, half-jokingly, when I ask her about the motivation behind her brand-new movie, Cameraperson. I care deeply about what I …

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When good TV goes bad: how Quantum Leap made one leap too far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body tool to show that compassion trumps prejudice. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, scowling, morally compromised antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett – Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan – was dependably the opposite, a sort of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have looked rugged but he …

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