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  1. EL ESPECTÁCULO La coreógrafa sueca Helena Franzén basa su obra en el movimiento, sobre todo en los detalles del movimiento, junto a la inteligencia y la poesía del cuerpo. En su nueva creación, Slipping Through My Fingers, Franzén se inspira en la película Gerry de Gus van Sant; en este film se describe cómo dos…

  2. The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T.: Directed by Roy Rowland. With Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Hans Conried, Tommy Rettig. A young boy dreams that he is in an imaginary world where, assisted by his family's plumber, he must save other piano-playing kids like himself from the dungeons of his dictatorial piano teacher who also mind-controls his mother.

  3. Amanda Michelle Seyfried (Allentown, Pensilvania; 3 de diciembre de 1985) es una actriz, cantante y modelo estadounidense.Nacida y criada en Allentown, Pensilvania, comenzó a modelar a los once y se aventuró a actuar a los quince con papeles recurrentes como Lucy Montgomery en la telenovela de CBS As the World Turns (1999-2001) y Joni Stafford en la telenovela de ABC All My Children (2003).

  4. "I’d rather saw my fingers off than sit through that again," he said. Soundtrack. The film score was by Dave Grusin, and the original soundtrack album was issued on Decca Records. The opening moments of the film's theme, "500 Miles," were used by WEWS-TV in Cleveland in the 1970s and 1980s as the theme for their Million Dollar Movie.

  5. Dane obsessed with revenge stabs and kills Ravi. The torture continues with Emily smearing a corrosive compound on Heather's face. As Bridget apologizes to Emily, she tells her to cut off Bradley's fingers to spare herself. She is unable to do it. When Emily gives the offer to Bradley, he agrees and cuts off two of Bridget's fingers.

  6. En "Empire", una película de ocho horas de duración, la cámara muestra una vista del Empire State Building al amanecer. Warhol ignoraba las convenciones usuales sobre la duración de una película, como podemos juzgar en "Eat", una película de 45 minutos de duración en la que aparece un hombre comiéndose una seta.