Have you ever read the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies connected to every website you visit, phone call you make, or app you use? Of course you haven’t. But those agreements allow corporations to do things with your personal information you could never even imagine. This film explores the intent hidden within these ridiculous agreements, and reveals what corporations and governments are legally taking from you and the outrageous consequences that result from clicking “I accept.”
Documentary in which 8 Parisian adolescents with a silver-spoon upbringing are followed over the course of 15 years.
A physician investigating a missing body disrupts an unlawful experiment.
‘A fixed shot of a courtyard whose immense outer chimney stands out against the sky. A landscape that Lowell Bodger films image by image at different times of the day, highlighting differences of light and the play of shadows. Different treatments (solarization, filtering and superimposition) are some of the ‘variations’ of the initial fixed shot.’ C. Brunel
It is story based on current mindsets and set of thoughts of youth towards relationship and togetherness, moreover a new age complexities in relationship and the realization and solutions the youth comes out with. They are very much stick to their individuality and approach towards life and courtship, which they want their partners to accept anyway. In fact, singles begin to test for acceptance from their new partner fairly soon after meeting. As the couple moves toward establishing a relationship, they apply many conditions on each other to accept i.e., "accept me as I am and let me live with my lifestyle and perspectives even if we are together". However, acceptance alone does not make for a solid, life-long happy relationship, as it is only half the story of what makes a relationship work. When it comes to another aspect adaptation of "change" in their regular lives, acceptance vanishes.
A rarely shown early video performance, originally produced as a companion piece to a photo novel about working in a pizza restaurant. The structure is that of live television, an empty studio with two cameras and a switcher, no editing after the fact. Two cooks try to reproduce the gestures and banter of their work minus the ingredients and utensils of the kitchen. This is labor performed as madcap talky pantomime, without capital. One of their lines goes back to the anarcho-syndicalism of Laurel and Hardy.
The 10 Conditions of Love follows the personal and political struggle of Rebiya Kadeer, the most galvanizing leader of the Uyghur people in 60 years. The Uyghur are China's Muslim minority. From poverty to wealth, protest to imprisonment, Rebiya now lives in exile in the United States. Here she is quickly gaining influential friends and media coverage to help her campaign for her people's human rights. As a result, her children are in prison in China This is a story about the ruthless oppression of 20-million people; of Super Power politicking; and of the pain of a deeply loving family torn violently apart.
Take a look at the bizarre medical conditions that left many with no other option than to join the sideshow.
A Kiwi tries to save the free world by hooking up with Hillary
Legendary hitman Vet Jones never expected to accept another mission. But when his son fails to assassinate an important target, and a powerful crime boss gives Jones an ultimatum - finish the job or his son dies - Jones has no choice but to accept. After realizing the target is innocent, Jones tries to change his mission in order to protect the target - but can he save her life as well as the life of his son?
Epic Conditions is a non-fiction television series shown on The Weather Channel that premiered on Sunday, March 4, 2007. The show's main emphasis to show viewers about how weather can affect athletic and sports events. Epic Conditions and WeatherVentures launched as The Weather Channel's first HD programs on Monday, October 1, 2007 - HD studio shows would not start until eight months later.