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Peter Debruge - Sean Baker - ‘The Sales Girl’ Review: A Mongolian Teen Grows Up Fast After Taking a Job in a Sex Shop - variety.com - New York - USA - Mongolia
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‘The Sales Girl’ Review: A Mongolian Teen Grows Up Fast After Taking a Job in a Sex Shop
Peter Debruge Chief Film Critic Saruul is studying to be an engineer when she agrees to take the last job her cosmopolitan but still relatively conservative Mongolian parents would ever imagine their daughter doing: selling intimacy aids (of the vibrating, silicone and inflatable variety) in a basement-level sex shop. Technically, Saruul’s just filling in for a shy friend at school who trusts her to be discreet, but this temporary gig has a subtle yet life-changing impact on the title character, who looks like she could be 14 years old at first, but blossoms into a more self-aware young woman over “The Sales Girl’s” slightly overlong running time. The top prize winner of the New York Asian Film Festival, veteran director Sengedorj Janchivdorj’s umpteenth feature takes a frank, sex-positive approach to the titillating world in which it’s set. But that doesn’t make this an erotic film. Instead, “The Sales Girl” focuses mostly on the unlikely friendship between Saruul (Bayartsetseg Bayangerel) and her Russian-speaking boss Katya (Enkhtuul Oidovjamts), a surly ex-dancer who takes a linking to her naive new employee. In a funny way, the film shares the slightly edgy but ultimately sentimental vibe of certain underground comics (“Ghost World” comes to mind) or the work of American indie director Sean Baker, whose last four features (dating back to “Starlet,” the film this most resembles) have had the honesty to acknowledge the role sexuality plays in modern life and commerce.
Bradley Walsh - Mark Labbett - ITV The Chase fans left frustrated as 'same questions' repeat on quiz show - dailystar.co.uk - city Aberdeen - city Bristol - city Bangor
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ITV The Chase fans left frustrated as 'same questions' repeat on quiz show
The Chase have slammed producers for their question on the artist Bansky.Viewers of ITV tuned into Monday's Installment of The Chase presented by Bradley Walsh which saw Salon Owner Gillian from Bangor, Chemistry Student Spencer from Henley in Arden, Pharmacist Emma from Aberdeen and Local Government Officer Wayne from Tunbridge Wells try to outsmart Mark Labbett.But the programme makers may have inadvertently created a reoccurring feature which hasn't gone down well with viewers online.READ MORE: The Chase's Bradley Walsh recalls awkward brush with the police during holiday During the programme, Bradley asked a question relating to the infamous street artist Bansky, for which eagle eyed viewer spotted the presenter has done so before on a number of occasions.37-year-old Emma and 54-year-old Wayne managed to make it through the cash builder rounds for the final chase with 'The Beast' Mark Labbett.As they competed to win £12,000, Bradley asked "The Grin Reaper is a work by which Bristol street artist?", to which viewers took issue with as it related to the artist Banksy.One viewer noted: "I’m sure there’s a question about Banksy on every single episode of The Chase." Whilst a second wrote: "Always f***** Banksy. #TheChase " A third viewer excitedly exclaimed: "Banksy klaxon! #TheChase " And more fans of the quizzing programme online flocked to social media to answer the location artist question themselves.
Peyton List - Ralph Macchio - Johnny Lawrence - John Kreese - Tanner Buchanan - Terry Silver - ‘Cobra Kai’ season five trailer teases all-out karate war - nme.com - county Valley - Netflix
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‘Cobra Kai’ season five trailer teases all-out karate war
Cobra Kai has dropped its first full-length trailer for season five, teasing an all-out karate war in the Valley.The action-packed trailer, which dropped on Tuesday (August 16), offers a detailed look at villain Terry Silver’s (Thomas Ian Griffith) growing empire, as Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio), Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and Chozen Toguchi (Yuji Okumoto) prepare to fight back.The near three-minute-long preview, which you can watch below, also gives a glimpse of John Kreese (Martin Kove) behind bars after Silver framed his former friend in order to build his karate franchise.The fifth season picks up after the dramatic events of the season four finale, where the evil Cobra Kai triumphed in the All Valley Under 18 Karate Tournament, forcing both the Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang dojos to close down.Netflix‘s official synopsis for the season reads: “Following the shocking results of the All Valley Tournament, Season 5 finds Terry Silver expanding the Cobra Kai empire and trying to make his ‘No Mercy’ style of karate the only game in town.“With Kreese behind bars and Johnny Lawrence setting karate aside to focus on repairing the damage he’s caused, Daniel LaRusso must call on an old friend for help.”In addition to Macchio, Zabka, Griffith, Kove and Yuji Okumoto, other returning cast members include Courtney Henggeler as Amanda LaRusso, Xolo Maridueña as Miguel Diaz, Peyton List as Tory Nichols, Mary Mouser as Samantha LaRusso, Vanessa Rubio as Carmen Diaz, Tanner Buchanan as Robby Keene and Jacob Bertrand as Eli “Hawk” Moskowitz.Sean Kanan will also reprise his role as Mike Barnes for the new season, although he was nowhere to be seen in the trailer.Along with Terry, Mike was first introduced in Karate Kid: Part III.
Tarak Ben Ammar’s Eagle Pictures Expands Production in Italy With Startup 302 Original Content - variety.com - Italy - Berlin - Tunisia
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Tarak Ben Ammar’s Eagle Pictures Expands Production in Italy With Startup 302 Original Content
Nick Vivarelli International CorrespondentFranco-Tunisian film entrepreneur Tarak Ben Ammar’s Italian distribution and production outfit Eagle Pictures is beefing up its production side with the purchase of film and TV startup 302 Original Content.The Milan-based 302 is headed by emerging producer Giuseppe Saccà who shepherded the 2020 Berlin-prizewinning drama “Bad Tales” by Italy’s Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo when he was working with his father, veteran producer and former RAI head of drama Agostino Sacca, under their Pepito Produzioni shingle.Saccà, who left Pepito and joined 302 Original Content in July 2021, will stay on board as its managing director.302, which was founded by veteran TV exec Piero Crispino — who has since exited — got traction in Italy’s kids’ space by producing shows for Disney that have travelled internationally, such as “Alex & Co” and “Penny on M.A.R.S.,” but also various types of content for local broadcasters RAI, Mediaset, Sky, Viacom and Discovery. Under Saccà’s guidance, the company broadened its scope into the film space.302 Original Content’s credits to date include Calabria-set rom com comedy “My Brother And I,” directed by young adult pics specialist Luca Lucini, about a brother and sister fighting for the love of the same woman, whom the brother is about to marry.
Abbie Chatfield - Why this NRL jersey has Abbie Chatfield fuming - who.com.au - city Sandiland
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Why this NRL jersey has Abbie Chatfield fuming
WATCH: The two-word DM that Abbie Chatfield just had to call outSeven Manly Sea Eagles players stood down after the club announced the pride jersey would be worn as a one-off during this week's game against the Roosters to support LGBTQIA+ inclusion in the league.Josh Aloiai, Jason Saab, Christian Tuipulotu, Josh Schuster, Haumole Olakau'atu, Tolutau Koula and Toafofoa Sipley are against wearing the jersey due to their religious beliefs.Abbie, who's long been a vocal ally of the LGBT community, blasted the players on her Hot Nights With Abbie Chatfield podcast.Abbie didn't mince her words on the issue."Sorry that you are homophobic, you're so homophobic," she said on Monday night."I mean, I can't say this on radio, but just stand them down."READ NEXT: Viewers react to Abbie Chatfield’s new X-rated showThe 27-year-old also claimed the NRL stars were "hypocritical", as they took no issue with playing at stadiums covered in alcohol and gambling sponsors which would also be deemed "as a sin".In fact, the jersey they're protesting features Pointsbet as a major sponsor, with the betting company's logo in massive print across the chest.The Manly Sea Eagles jersey in question features thing rainbow lines."Basically if you're a Sea Eagles player who isn't going to play because of a little rainbow on your shirt, you're embarrassing and you're weak so see ya," the former Bachelor star said."Don't be homophobic in this day and age.
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