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What to watch?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by May, May 18, 2015.

  1. San

    San Well-Known Member

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    Just occurred to me, might audiobooks also work for your friend? Because, if I were forced into resting, I would swallow everything by Robert A. Heinlein again. And 'Time Enough For Love' is the book of books. It's a ride of experience you're not gonna forget.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj4TJ7ncispSVBnu7uhGAiQ
     
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  2. May

    May Active Member

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    Ah thanks, that's a great idea! [​IMG]
    I didn't think about audiobooks as an option. (Probably because I tried some when they started to become more common, but was rather disappointed with the quality at the time. Reading a story well is a skill too.)
    But you've made me look into it again, and I've found some titles that were done very well. [​IMG]
    Thanks for the suggestion: it's indeed the turning of pages that makes normal books impractical. [​IMG]
    So audiobooks are a good alternative.
    And it opens the door to a huge choice of good books. [​IMG]
    With Heinlein being on the 'must read' writers list for sure.
     
  3. Turisas

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    Here is the list that comes in my mind and I recommed to watch:

    Animated movies:
    The secret of Kells
    Song of the Sea


    Anime series about online games:
    Log Horizon
    Sword Art Online


    mini serie:
    Anzac Girls


    Comedy serie:
    Garfunkel and Oates


    Movies:
    The Libertine


    Documentaries -- subject:
    Red Obsession -- wine
    Twenty Feet From Stardom -- backup singers


     
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  4. Hideo

    Hideo Active Member

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    not to forget the best tv show there was:

    :banana::banana::blackalien::banana:

    recommended documentarys is a kinda difficult topic, most dont offer a solution and just have pretty asthetics:

    and some make you aware of the small things in life/nature:


    same as le sable by denis delestrac :blackeye:
    who thought about sand before?!
     
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  5. Hideo

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    should make you think about treating your tires more friendly ;)

    on a serious note, i showed this to a "holywood-hating" guy and he loved it by shear unexpectedness and potential discussion.
    better not watch the trailer and just dive into it. cool sound and great camera

    p.s.: hope your friend is better now and recovering quickly
     
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    There are new twin peaks being made!
     
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