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What is the best example of 'show but don't tell' in movies?

1 Nenuokadine ( I am only one) is a Regional telugu movie Stars Mahesh Babu and Kriti Sanon in lead roles directed by SUKUMAR A movie wich came in 2013 which was way ahead of the time where Twood was craving for Masala Movies, Family dramas & comedy rather than Content based movie which turned as All time disaster bringing nearly 30 crs of Loss It would be a blockbuster if it released at this moment because audience have changed they need content not the contender So if you didnt watch the movie yet go and watch the movie its in Hotstar (For Free) then come and read this answer I double challenge you you will not dislike the movie and if you disliked it means i am ready to accept your blessings for suggesting this movie Plot : A rock star, who suffers from a mental disorder due to his bitter past, is convinced that his parents were murdered by three men. Taking the support of a journalist, he sets out to find the evil men 1. Chased by two, not three. During the scene of young Gautham being chased down by 3 members in the forest, we are shown, with two of them stamping the Teddy bear on the neck while the 3rd person stamps somewhere on its foot which indicates that only 2 of those 3 were with an intention to kill Gautham. 2. The Fan was present at the Hyderabad concert. In Belfast, we are introduced to Gautham’s fan abroad, who, while explaining his pain for his father’s death at an accident spot says, “ ,Ninnu vethukkuntu nee Hyderabad concert ki kuda vachanu boss,”. And yes, he is seen cheering for Gautham in the first song “Who are you”. 3. Being shot at the concert. Wait no! An intellectual play by Sukumar who pushes us into uncertainty at the very beginning. One can feel that Gautham has not been shot at during the concert because his fans still keep cheering. Later, the viewer is quickly convinced that Gautham might have been shot for real as he runs out to kill the ‘pony-tail’. 4. Car coming out of imagination! After coming out of the arena , Gautham watches a hoarding of a BMW car. The same car is carved out of his own imagination, set to kill him, driven by Antonio Rosarios (our “pony-tail”). 5 . The Water Splash. While Gautham chases Antonio’s car on his bike, the two vehicles drive past a pothole with water. When the car goes past it, the water doesn’t splash. But when Gautham drives through it, the water splashes out indicating that there was no car ahead at all. 6. The Tunnel lights. The tunnel lights are on and follow a typical pattern only when Gautham drives through it and not when the car passes along, giving us a notion that it was only Gautham who was driving through it. 7. No blood stains on the bottle. Gautham, after killing Antonio Rosarios by stabbing him with a broken alcohol bottle, surrenders himself in the police station bringing the same bottle along with him. None of them notice about any blood stains on the bottle. Sukumar adds a rainy scene outside the police station to further push us into uncertainty, just to make us confuse that those blood stains might have had washed away by the rain water. 8. The rubik’s cube pattern. Throughout the film, Gautham is never shown solving the entire rubik’s cube. He has a habit of stopping whenever a particular pattern(like shown) is framed out on it. In the later half, we are shown that a rubik’s cube was carved with secret information by Gautham’s father exclusively on the lines of this pattern for which he feels that only Gautham can decipher the information by arriving at ‘his own final pattern’. 9. Varied Point of Views. The two guys who keep stalking Gautham in Goa, follow him just to see how Sameera tries to impress / bully him. Sukumar confuses (rather fools) the audience by making us feel that Gautham started suspecting them. They look at Gautham to see how Sameera bullies him. Gautham looks at them and behaves as if there is no Sameera. The reality is Gautham never suspects them. Simple scene with complex mindgame! 10. The double-check. During the carnival in Goa, Gautham approaches an elderly couple and asks about Sameera’s presence far away. He double checks himself, by asking another random guy about the elderly couple’s presence at the table because he himself is not sure of the real world around him. 11. The illusion at the beach. At one point when Antonio Rosarios pulls out his gun to shoot Gautham along the beach side, the camera angle from Sameera’s end shows only Gautham, giving us no clue of Antonio’s presence though the scene is itself a conversation between the two. Later we are shown that it was Sameera and not Antonio who was sharing the table. 12. The sequel to the illusion. This is a tricky scene where the director tries to confuse us yet again with the similar idea of not showing Antonio Rosarios in a couple of frames like how he did at the beach. But this time, hell yeah! Antonio is real. ,“Nenu nijam” 13. The Night attack- reality. In his house, during a night, Gautham watches intruders jumping his compound wall. He quickly grabs a camera and fights with them. Sukumar doesn’t show any retaliation from those guys as their intention to enter his house remains uncertain at that time. 14. The Night attack- illusion again. This scene shows the unstable mind of Gautham. When the guy (Nasser’s cab driver, period) on being pointed by gun, says that they all entered Gautham’s house by ringing the bell that particular night, Gautham quickly imagines them as walking towards the bell while the reality was quite different (#13). 15. The statement that defines his life and crux of the film. The director explains the essence of the film through a simple statement,, ”Prema kanna bhayam goppadhi Sameera”,. While many argue that how can someone forget his own parents’ appearance, Gautham explains that, It is because of the fear of being chased down since childhood, he remembers only the hunters’ faces and through that fearful journey he forgets how his parents actually look like. 1-Nenokkadine is definitely a movie which is one of its kind. A timeless movie that has set a standard for Tollywood in days to come. And yes, its a proud flop! (P.S -I took this entire article from other website) 16 Incredible Scenes of Nenokkadine That Will Blow Your Mind - MentalReporter.com Gracias Amigos, For Reading Any Suggestion On This Post Are Welcomed

How will the U.K. collect tariffs on goods entering Northern Ireland from the EU/Ireland if there are no checks at the border and no checks as goods enter Ireland?

That is the $64,000 dollar question. The real beauty on this is the dairy industry. Northern Irish farmers have been sending their milk south for processing for decades. The processers send the milk and milk products back across the border for sale in the North and onward throughout the UK. In a ‘no deal’ world, technically there should be tariffs applied to the raw milk that enters the Republic and further tariffs on the milk and milk products (yoghurt, cheese, butter, whey etc.) that are sent back to the North. Now, the big question is this. If the WA says that frictionless trade free of tariffs exists on the island of Ireland, what happens once goods cross the Irish Sea and enter the rest of the UK ? The answer appears to be that if the goods are from the North, they are tariff free, but if they come from the South, then tariffs will be applied. Sounds ok in theory, but let’s look at the dairy industry again. The raw milk goes from North to South. That’s OK. But the milk is then processed. What comes back is not raw milk from Northern Ireland, it’s milk and butter and cream and cheese and whey from Eire. So all of the produce that is shipped to the UK is now subject to tariffs. What does that mean for the Ulster dairy industry ? Well, probably the price that Ulster dairy farmers will get for the raw milk will be cut as the price for the finished goods in the UK are going to increase because of the tariffs. Can’t see Eire milk producers wanting to lose sales to the UK, so something has to give. The other conundrum is this. If the dairy products in Ulster are not subject to tariffs, what happens if you buy a mass of them, repackage as ‘product of Ulster’ and then ship them to the UK, surely then they are tariff free ? If that is the weasel way around the tariffs, then there will be a booming business in Northern Ireland for repackaging all manner of goods coming from the EU. Presumably if BMW set up a plant in Belfast that imported cars from Eire with speedos in KPH and fitted them with speedos in MPH , these could then be shipped in to the UK tariff free ?

Which celebrity/historical figure has a dark past everyone seems to ignore?

Everyone remembers Matthew Broderick as the wisecracking, ,“life moves pretty fast” ,star of the iconic 80s movie, ,Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. ** This poster graced the wall of my dorm room in college for a time. I thought he was a ,“righteous dude.” If you ask someone who knows his work if Matthew Broderick ever killed anybody, they’d likely give you an odd look and say something like, ,“I don’t think so.” But he did, kill someone that is, and it was far from fictional. It was the summer of 1987, and he and Jennifer Grey (who played his sister in ,“Bueller”,) were vacationing together in Ireland. The two had grown close while shooting the film and wanted to take a romantic getaway to the emerald isle. At some point in their trip, the pair decided to rent a BMW 316 to drive from Irvinestown to Maguiresbridge. These were the pre-GPS days, and Broderick wasn’t familiar with the Irish roads. He and Grey had an idea of how they wanted to proceed but stopped at a gas station to ask for directions anyway. While there, they spoke with an off duty police officer, and he told them that their planned route was ,“just stupid”, and offered to lead them to the right road. Broderick declined the offer, and the two were shortly back on their way. Eighty miles west of Belfast, on a straight section of road, the actor drifted over into the oncoming lane and collided head-on with a Volvo driven by a 28-year-old woman named Anna Gallagher. She had been driving with her mother, 63-year-old Margaret Doherty. Both women were killed instantly on impact. Broderick had become trapped in the BMW and had to be cut out. A local fireman on the scene reports that the actor began repeating over and over, ,“Did I hurt them? Did I hurt them?”. ** Anna Gallagher and her mother Margaret Doherty, along with Broderick and Grey’s car. Broderick suffered a broken leg, facial lacerations, a concussion and a collapsed lung. He remained in a Belfast hospital for a month. Jennifer Grey had only minor superficial bruising. The crash thrust the couple’s relationship into the spotlight. This was only days before the release of perhaps Grey’s most notable film,, “Dirty Dancing.” ,She paused her publicity tour for the movie to stay by her boyfriend’s side in the hospital. ** The couple leave the Belfast hospital. From his hospital bed, Broderick told police that he had no recollection of the crash and did not know why he was in the wrong lane. He was charged with causing death by dangerous driving and faced up to five years in prison. In the end, he was convicted of the lesser charge of careless driving and fined the equivalent of $175 US dollars. This slap on the wrist infuriated the family of the victims. They called the punishment a ,“travesty of justice.” ,For his part, Broderick wrote the family a note saying he was sorry. The accident had another victim that evening: Jennifer Grey’s career. Although ,“Dirty Dancing”, proved to be a massive hit at the box office, Grey looked back with sadness and said: “I became America’s sweetheart within five days of the accident. The Juxtaposition of that deep sorrow, the survivor’s guilt, and then being celebrated as the new big thing just didn’t jibe. It didn’t feel good to be the toast of the town. My head was never the same, my ambition was never the same.” In a relatively short time after the accident, America’s sweetheart faded into obscurity. —If you like history, check out my new Space, ,Snapshots of History,.

What was the main factor behind the decline of British automotive industry giants?

From the bot-deleted question comment: “Why is Indian TATA running Jaguar and Landrover? Isn’t it like the table has been turned?” Okay, if you want to see international relations & international business as being about people ‘getting even with’ or ‘turning the tables’, then fine. India has got even because TATA runs Jaguar/Land Rover. Before that, the USA got even because Ford happened to run Jaguar/Land Rover. The reality? Jaguar had a chronic lack of funding. The investment needed to develop new models simply wasn’t there. So Ford bought them cheap & we ended up with a series of Jaguars that were either Ford Mondeos or Lincoln Town-cars under the skin. Land Rover was part of Rover. Another example of chronic under-investment going back decades… BMW bought Rover (inc. Land Rover & what became MINI) from British Aerospace. They (BMW) soon found out what a mess they’d bought, so they kept MINI, sold Land Rover to Ford and as for Rover… A bunch of crooks bought what was left to pay themselves a fortune & milk the pension fund. Bye-bye Rover. Britain has a long, (mainly post-war) history of failing to invest in metal-bashing industries. Despite that, the UK still produces masses of cars, but all the company’s are foreign-owned or foreign satellite manufacturing facilities to gain the advantages offered by skilled workers, generous grants and our EU membership. (Oh, hang on…!). We did the same with our ship building industry. It was ‘too difficult’. Messy. Anyway, back in the day it was believed that ships were going to becoming floating boxes shifting stuff too heavy to move by land or air. Leave that sort of thing to the Japanese! Financial services & other ‘clever stuff’ was easier & made more money. (For some..). None of this investment in plant and machinery needed & it’s all ,clean ,doncha know! Now, there’s colossal worldwide demand for ships of all kind, especially super hi-tech cruise liners. The Italians, Scandinavians, Japanese, Koreans & many others are doing quite nicely building ,big, ships, the type of things that once lined the Clyde, Belfast, etc… Meanwhile, Jaguar. TATA are doing a ,brilliant, job. Jaguars are Jags again and the brand survives. Land Rover has the investment to build on what was a pretty successful brand. Dunno how Ford got things so wrong, they’ve been building & selling cars for long enough… Mind you, Ford ,have ,played at ‘getting even’. The Ford GT40 (The original 1960’s LeMans version). It was built (in Britain!) to rub Ferarri’s faces in their dust because Enzo backed-out of selling Ferrari to Ford at the last minute. So, Ford commissioned the GT40 to get even. In that case, we got the Ford GT40 & Ferrari survived as an independent (mainly…) brand. If Ford had bought them, they might have ended up as a trim badge on the front wing of a Ford Cortina like once-proud Ghia did…. So I’d call that bit of petulance a win!

What are some of the most fascinating instances of attention to detail in movies?

Copied from ,16 Incredible Scenes of Nenokkadine That Will Blow Your Mind - MentalReporter.com, Here are few incredible tricky scenes from the movie ,1-Nenokkadine. 1. Chased by two, not three. ,During the scene of young Gautham being chased down by 3 members in the forest, we are shown, with two of them stamping the Teddy bear on the neck while the 3rd stamps somewhere on its foot which is a metaphor of indicating that only 2 of those 3 were with an intention to kill Gautham. 2. The Fan was present at the Hyderabad concert., ,In Belfast, we are introduced to Gautham’s fan abroad, who, while explaining his pain for his father’s death at an accident spot says, “ ,Ninnu vethukkuntu nee Hyderabad concert ki kuda vachanu boss,”. And yes, he is seen cheering for Gautham in the first song Who are you. 3. Being shot at the concert. Wait no!, An intellectual play by Sukumar who pushes us into uncertainty at the very beginning. One can feel that Gautham has not been shot at during the concert because his fans still keep cheering. Later, the viewer is quickly convinced that Gautham might have been shot for real as he runs out to kill the ‘pony-tail’., , , ,4. Car coming out of imagination!, ,After coming out of the arena , Gautham watches a hoarding of a BMW car. The same car is carved out of his own imagination, set to kill him, driven by Antonio Rosarios (our “pony-tail”). 5 . The Water Splash., ,While Gautham chases Antonio’s car on his bike, the two vehicles drive past a pothole with water. When the car goes past it, the water doesn’t splash. But when Gautham drives through it, the water splashes out indicating that there was no car ahead at all., , , ,6. The Tunnel lights., ,The tunnel lights are on and follow a typical pattern only when Gautham drives through it and not when the car passes along, giving us a notion that it was only Gautham who was driving through it., , , ,7. No blood stains on the bottle., Gautham, after killing Antonio Rosarios by stabbing him with a broken alcohol bottle, surrenders himself in the police station bringing the same bottle along with him. None of them notice about any blood stains on the bottle. Sukumar adds a rainy scene outside the station to further push us into uncertainty, just to make us confuse that those blood stains might have had washed away by the rain water., , , ,8. The rubik’s cube pattern., ,Throughout the film, Gautham is never shown solving the entire rubik’s cube. He has a habit of stopping whenever a particular pattern(like shown) is framed out on it. In the later half, we are shown that a rubik’s cube was carved with secret information by Gautham’s father exclusively on the lines of this pattern for which he feels that only Gautham can decipher the information by arriving at ‘his own final pattern’., , , ,9. Varied Point of Views., ,The two guys who keep stalking Gautham in Goa, follow him just to see how Sameera tries to impress / bully him. Sukumar confuses (rather fools) the audience by making us feel that Gautham started suspecting them. They look at Gautham to see how Sameera bullies him. Gautham looks at them and behaves as if there is no Sameera. The reality is Gautham never suspects them., ,Simple scene with complex mindgame!, , , ,10. The double-check., ,During the carnival in Goa, Gautham approaches an elderly couple and asks about Sameera’s presence far away. He double checks himself, by asking another random guy about the elderly couple’s presence at the table because he himself is not sure of the real world around him. 11. The illusion at the beach., ,At one point when Antonio Rosarios pulls out his gun to shoot Gautham along the beach side, the camera angle from Sameera’s end shows only Gautham, giving us no clue of Antonio’s presence though the scene is itself a conversation between the two. Later we are shown that it was Sameera and not Antonio who was sharing the table. 12. The sequel to the illusion., This is a tricky scene where the director tries to confuse us yet again with the similar idea of not showing Antonio Rosarios in a couple of frames like how he did at the beach. But this time, hell yeah! Antonio is real. ,“Nenu nijam”, , , ,13. The Night attack- reality., ,In his house, during a night, Gautham watches intruders jumping his compound wall. He quickly grabs a camera and fights with them. Sukumar doesn’t show any retaliation from those guys as their intention to enter his house remains uncertain at that time., , , ,14. The Night attack- illusion again., ,This scene shows the unstable mind of Gautham. When the guy (Nasser’s cab driver, period) on being pointed by gun, says that they all entered Gautham’s house by ringing the bell that particular night, Gautham quickly imagines them as walking towards the bell while the reality was quite different (#13)., , , , , ,15. The statement that defines his life and crux of the film., ,The director explains the essence of the film through a simple statement,, ”Prema kanna bhayam goppadhi Sameera”,. While many argue that how can someone forget his own parents’ appearance, Gautham explains that, It is because of the fear of being chased down since childhood, he remembers only the hunters’ faces and through that fearful journey he forgets how his parents actually look like. 16. Unveiling a new concept in the midst of 2nd half., ,This idea of introducing a completely new concept in midst of 2nd half which leads to a different story has probably never been explored in Telugu cinema. After Gautham opens the box and finds the rice grain, the audience are taken by surprise as the rice grain was never a part of the story till then. Later, the story unfolds into an entirely different movie from there. The best part being that the film doesn’t end after he avenges the death of his parents or after knowing how they look like. The climax is way beyond even the best predictions !!!

Why should UK stay in the EU?

Simple answer for not leaving: ,because leaving the EU does not fix the problems the UK needs to fix! And the positive reason for staying: ,because it allows you and I to work freely on a multinational, multicultural and multi-language scale. It is fundamental for our professional development in this increasingly global economy. It also keeps the UK as a leader of the largest trading bloc on Earth. The slightly more detailed answer: NHS, economic policy, welfare, benefits, pensions, obesity crisis, housing, fair taxation, etc. These are the main concerns of the British people… and they are pretty much all in the UK's hands already! If you think that leaving the EU will reduce immigration, think again. There are two important aspects to consider: EU migrants are on average only 30–50% of total net migration. So even if you stopped EU migration completely, you'd still have 170-200k net migration per year. And in reality, even Brexiters agree that you need to allow ,some ,EU migrants in: students (who are 20% of EU migrants!), internal company transfers (e.g.: BMW may want to transfer german engineers and managers to the UK), etc… Immigration is driven by economic growth. if the economy in your local area is growing and unemployment is low, new jobs are created and you need to fulfil them somehow. In other words, if you are thinking about voting leave because you think immigration will go back to "tens of thousands", then you will be disappointed. Yes, you are right that if you put everybody thorough visas it means "more control"… but in reality it is the economy that drives the need for immigration. So nobody can have real "control" over these numbers as it is driven by market forces. More importantly, if a local community is economically successful, it will create more jobs and attract more people. So even if immigration is zero, that particular local community will have population growth. What is the difference on the impact to public services if 10k people are coming to your town from the EU or from other parts of the country (Birmingham/Belfast/Liverpool/others)? No difference. The impact to schools, housing, NHS, etc is still there: with or without immigration. So please don't vote on the basis of ideology ("because I want to 'take control' of my destiny")… vote on the basis of data and a clear plan. Per numbers above, the data is very clear and widely available on the internet. As for a plan, if you ask three leading Brexit campainers for their views on what happens once we leave, you will have three different answers. It is very clear to me that there is no clear roadmap or strategy: only ideology and hope. The only way to truly fix the problems in our country is to to hold the UK government to account. They are the ones who must build more houses, attract more teachers, sort out the NHS budget, improve transport links… Don't use the EU as scapegoat. If we vote leave but don't challenge them on these fundamental points, we will continue having the same problems but won't be able to enjoy the benefits of EU membership. Leaving is a "lose-lose" situation unfortunately.

What are some non-touristy things to do in London?

Walk from tower hill tube station to Westminster along the south bank. About 3 miles or so. See the Tower, tower bridge, BMW Belfast, then onto borough Market as mentioned above (pricey but great food) then along past the Tate Modern, walk across the swaying bridge for a short way if you wish, past London eye and end up at Westminster. Or take the RV1 bus from borough Market which does the same trip but ends up at Covent Garden. Buy the cheap seats online at the royal opera house (up high, but what a place) to see a ballet (opera not my thing). Other things to do. Salt beef bagels from the Brick Lane beigel bake at 2:00 in the morning. Or Turn up at The Wolsely restaurant at lunch looking smart and ask for a table. They often have some free for such occasions. Fantastic food and you can do some celeb watching. And do the museums, not touristy at all, as we used to go every month with the kids. Just do a small bit of each in more depth, not everything at once. That's the difference between being touristy and being local in my opinion.

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