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Film tells of Bosnian Muslims and Jews saving each other during wars
In a traditional Muslim house in the old quarter of Sarajevo, a film brought to life two different periods of war in which Bosnian Muslims saved Jews from the Nazis, then 50 years later Jews saved Muslims from the besieged capital from Bosnia. Sabina Vajraca, a US-based director who was herself a refugee from the 1990s Bosnian war, says she wants her short to remind the world of the kindness of ordinary people during times of conflict in Europe. and in the Middle East.
Take a peek inside the original “Top Gun” house
In Oceanside, California, a small pastel blue bungalow is nestled between large hotels and apartment buildings. This is the “Top Gun” house. The house belonged to Maverick lover Charlie in the original 1986 film. Now restored and moved one block from its original location, it has been opened to the public.
French film legend Jean-Louis Trintignant dies aged 91
French actor Jean-Louis Trintignant, whose career was launched at the same time as Brigitte Bardot with the 1956 film “And God Created Woman”, died Friday at the age of 91, his ex announced. wife Nadine Trintignant. “He was someone special,” she told BFM TV.
Beyonce announces new music coming in late July
Music superstar Beyonce has revealed the title of what appears to be her first solo album in six years, ‘Renaissance’, after the critically acclaimed ‘Lemonade’. Taking to social media on Thursday, the chart-topper simply listed the words “act i Renaissance” and the date July 29 in her bio. Streaming sites Spotify and Apple have also released artwork for the recording.
Kate Bush tops UK charts with 1985 hit thanks to ‘Stranger Things’
British singer and songwriter Kate Bush topped the UK singles chart with her 1985 hit ‘Running Up That Hill’ on Friday, setting multiple records with the song which enjoyed a resurgence thanks to the Netflix show ‘Stranger Things’. “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” peaked at No. 3 on its original release, but found a new fan base among a younger generation during the 1980s show’s final season on the supernatural horrors in the fictional town of Indiana. of Hawkins.
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