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Hey, ghouls! A mermaid is going to work, will she get there on time?

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Hey, ghouls! A wizard creates a magic potion, what could it be?  

Poisonous herbs and plants: from aconite to yew

Magical plants, relaxing plants, calming plants, plants for winter. We talked about all these types of herbs in previous articles, and what about poisonous plants? What are those plants and herbs to which we must pay particular attention to avoid intoxication? Or...

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Hey, ghouls! A demon's job is not easy at all

The Ghouls

Hey, ghouls! This week's protagonist receives a menacing call, but he has other plans
Interview with Peter Vronsky,expert on international espionage and forensic history

Interview with Peter Vronsky,expert on international espionage and forensic history

Peter Vronsky was born in 1956 in Toronto, Canada. As independent historian and documentary filmmaker, he is a producer of investigative-themed television programs in Canada, the United States and Europe. During his career he has gone undercover in sects such as the Ku Klux Klan and in groups engaged in smuggling radioactive materials into the rebel republic of Chechnya in Russia. His research and interviews have been featured in various books and television programs. He got a Ph.D. in...

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Smoke Signals, on the importance of forgiveness

Smoke Signals, on the importance of forgiveness

Poetic, intimate, ironic, and sharp. Smoke Signals made his debut at Sundance Film Festival in 1998. Even before its release in theathers, the film had won two extremely important prizes. Two awards, the Filmmaker's Trophy and the Audience Award, which announced its upcoming success. It was the first film to talk about a pressing subject: the representation of Native Americans in the US cinematographic industry. Smoke Signals is, after all, the first movie written, directed, co-produced, and...

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Lola – The right to love

Lola – The right to love

Lola is a short movie by Francesca Tasini (Artaia-la dolce Berlin) and an Anie Gombos, Mauro Paglialonga and Luigi de Vecchi production. It boasts a versatile, enthusiastic cast full of talents, most notable of which are Christina Andrea Rosamilia in the titular role of Lola, Klaus Salminen (Johnathan), and Giovanni Morassutti as Damian, a character we won't spoil you the particulars of, but that we're sure you'll end up loving. A wonderful example of teamwork that managed to make a little...

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