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10 Juin 2017 à 02:38
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31 Décembre 2012 à 13:19
David Fincher has proven himself to be a master filmmaker over the years with a filmography including Fight Club, Se7en, Zodiac and last year The Social Network. His films are unique and iconic and have been praised by many. This third edition of [the films of] features Fincher's eight feature films.
David Fincher has proven himself to be a master filmmaker over the years with a filmography including Fight Club, Se7en, Zodiac and last year The Social Netw...
David Fincher - YouTube
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David Fincher - IMDb
David Fincher, Director: Fight Club. David Fincher was born in 1962 in Denver, Colorado, and was raised in Marin County, California. When he was 18 years old he went to work for John Korty at Korty Films in Mill Valley. He subsequently worked at ILM (Industrial Light and Magic) from 1981-1983. Fincher left ILM to direct TV commercials and music videos after signing with N...
David Fincher - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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David Fincher Quotes - BrainyQuote
Enjoy the best David Fincher Quotes at BrainyQuote. Quotations by David Fincher, American Director, Born May 10, 1962. Share with your friends.
1984 by George Orwell
22 Juillet 2012 à 11:18
Published in 1948 and set thirty-six years in the future, 1984 is George Orwell's vision of the future. Written while Orwell was dying and based on the work of the Russian author Yevgeny Zamyatin, it is a chilling depiction of how the power of the state could come to dominate the lives of individuals through cultural conditioning. Perhaps the most powerful science fiction novel of the twentieth century, this apocalyptic satire shows with grim conviction how Winston Smith’s individual personality is wiped out and how he is recreated in the Party’s image until he does not just obey but even loves Big Brother. Some critics have related Winston Smith’s sufferings to those Orwell underwent at preparatory school, experiences he wrote about just before 1984. Orwell maintained that the book was written with the explicit intention “to alter other people’s idea of the kind of society they should strive after.”

Part One
In George Orwell’s 1984 Winston Smith, a member of the Outer Party from Oceania (a fictional state representing both England and America), lives in all visible ways as a good party member, in complete conformance with the wishes of Big Brother—the leader of the Inner Party (Ingsa). He keeps his loathing for the workings of the Party—for the vile food and drink, the terrible housing, the conversion of children into spies, the orchestrated histrionics of the Two Minutes’ Hate—deep inside, hidden, for he knows that such feelings are an offense punishable by death, or worse. But, as the year 1984 begins, he has decided, against his better judgment, to keep a diary in which his true feelings are laid bare. He sits back in an alcove in his dingy apartment, just out of view of the telescreen (two-way television screens that are in all buildings and homes, which broadcast propaganda and transmit back the activities of anyone passing in front of the screen) and writes of his hatred for Big Brother.

Winston works at the Ministry of Truth (Minitrue, in Newspeak), the branch of the government responsible for the production and dissemination of all information. Winston’s job is to alter or “rectify” all past news articles which have since been “proven” to be false. Only once has he ever held in his hands absolute proof that the Ministry was lying. It concerned three revolutionaries, Jones, Aaronson, and Rutherford, who were executed for planning a revolt against the state. Winston found evidence that their confessions were falsified and out of fear he destroyed that evidence.

One day during a Two Minutes’ Hate session, Winston catches the eye of O’Brien, a member of the Inner Party who seems to carry the same disillusionment about the Party that Winston harbors. Winston realizes that all the stories told by the Party about Emmanuel Goldstein—the head of an underground conspiracy to overthrow the Party—and the traitorous Brotherhood are at least partly true. Perhaps there is another way, and he begins to see hope in the proletariat. They are the 85% of the population of Oceania that exists outside the Party, kept in a perpetual state of slovenly poverty but mostly unregulated, unobserved.

Winston’s wanderings among the proles, desperately searching for that little bit of hope, take him one... »
BBC Television's live production of George Orwell's "1984". Produced in 1954. Creative Commons license: Public Domain. Nineteen Eighty-Four is a classic dyst...
Very interesting book! I was completly shocked when I read it because you have this feeling that one day we will live in a such society. I understand that the show The Big Brother is inspired by this book...
22 Juillet 2012 à 11:48 - Marie
All-electric Tron Lightcycle
02 Mai 2012 à 15:59
All-electric Tron Lightcycle hits the Streets
Parker Brothers has created an all-electric replica model of a Tron Light Cycle. This new Tron Lightcycle is powered by a 96 volt electric motor, and
Ha tien la moto de TRON .
02 Mai 2012 à 16:09 - Christian
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