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For someone who has zero interest in cars, I sure enjoy MTVs PIMP MY RIDE!!

 

Must be the artistic creativity that those guys bring!

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yeah i enjoy that show too it is so cool :k :friends:

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ur officially pimped mama!!! :dance: :dance:

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i flicked through the channels on the tv b4 going to bed lastnight. i came across a documentry on Samira Makhmalbaf daughter of director Mohsen Makhmalbaf. i was just so amazed at her work, she is such an inspriation, So young but soooooooooooooooooooooooooo tanlented, mature. i really fell in love with her work and the way she does it, With so little she gained so much.

 

here is an article about her. The daughter of famed Iranian director Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Samira Makhmalbaf has become -- at an astonishingly young age -- one of the world's most lauded directors in her own right. At the age of 18, she became the youngest director ever invited to the Cannes Film Festival for her film The Apple (1998). Two years later, she became the youngest director ever to win the jury prize at Cannes for Blackboards, a feat she repeated in 2003 with At Five in the Afternoon. Makhmalbaf made her movie debut at a very early age, acting in her father's film The Cyclist when she was just seven-years-old. At 14, claiming that her instructors had nothing more to teach her, she quit school and began learning the craft of filmmaking from her father, who established the Makhmalbaf Film House, a sort of family-run film school and production company that has produced films not only by Samira, but her mother Marzieh Meshkini (The Day I Became a Woman), her brother Maysam, and her younger sister Hana, each of whom have made video documentaries about Samira's filmmaking activities. Makhmalbaf's films combine a deep concern for social justice with a poetic style reminiscent of her father's work. Her debut feature, The Apple, was based on the true story of two developmentally disabled girls who were kept cooped up in their tiny Tehran home for the first 12 years of their lives, and used actual family members to play themselves. It was invited to more than 100 film festivals and screened in over 30 countries. Makhmalbaf continued her success with Blackboards, which addresses the condition of Iran's Kurdish population through the adventures of two itinerant teachers. She made history again in 2003 with At Five in the Afternoon, the first film made in post-Taliban Afghanistan. A fixture at film festivals worldwide both as a juror and participant, Makhmalbaf has been both an outspoken political provocateur and a deeply talented filmmaker. ~ Tom Vick, All Movie Guide

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yeah she is a very talented person and i love her work too dodo jooooooon :wub:

 

they show a lot of her work on the sundance channel which is very good :k

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yeah i have but i am really not sure of one of the film's names but i have seen like three and they were all good :k :friends::wub:

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he is cute and very funny especially in the show THAT 70'S SHOW

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lol well they are called movies too! and they even come in feature versions!lol sooo ... :t

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nope in my books porn doesnt count for a movie, coz it has no plot, its action after action. :)

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lol well reconsider your definition in the book coz as I said a "feature movie" means a porn flick with story line and plot! :ad there is even the AVN awards which in the PORN-OSCARS!lol

 

what U mean is a "wall2wall" or "couch" movie! or GONZO!! :ad

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im so pissed off, i have really wanted the napoolean dynamite dvd anyways it finally got released in australia and yesterday someone suprised me with it, I opened it and it was one disk. :no: u see the us release on is 2 disks coz it has more extra feature, Like there is a nother movie made by the same people. I AM SO SO PISSED OFF

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im so pissed off, i have really wanted the napoolean dynamite dvd anyways it finally got released in australia and yesterday someone suprised me with it, I opened it and it was one disk.  :no: u see the us release on is 2 disks coz it has more extra feature, Like there is a nother movie made by the same people. I AM SO SO PISSED OFF

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lol it seems like miss Jackson's nipple slip 2 years ago sat a new trend! lol it was tara a few months ago and now Lisa Carson!

 

WARNING: exposed nipple!

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im so pissed off, i have really wanted the napoolean dynamite dvd anyways it finally got released in australia and yesterday someone suprised me with it, I opened it and it was one disk.  :no: u see the us release on is 2 disks coz it has more extra feature, Like there is a nother movie made by the same people. I AM SO SO PISSED OFF

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only one way: special import order it!

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im so pissed off, i have really wanted the napoolean dynamite dvd anyways it finally got released in australia and yesterday someone suprised me with it, I opened it and it was one disk.  :no: u see the us release on is 2 disks coz it has more extra feature, Like there is a nother movie made by the same people. I AM SO SO PISSED OFF

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only one way: special import order it!

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i know, i will have to do it. and the dvd wasnt even sealed :no:

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