A small boy runs as fast as he can through a pitch-dark forest. Blinded by fear, the kid runs across a forest road without seeing the trailer truck coming. The truck misses the boy, with the driver starting to lose control of the vehicle. This triggers a chain reaction that leaves another boy without his family, who are killed when the trailer crashes into their car.
After his mother's death, KK (Kai Koss) returns to his hometown to settle her affairs. He has been away for 19 years, trying to escape and forget about his mother's cruel treatment of him. He soon realizes that he can't outrun his past. Various visions of past haunt the protagonist as he visits his ancestral house. At one point he decides to burn the house, but is deferred by the local police women. In the final cathresis of the protagonist he pushes his diabolic half burned brother Peter off the waterfall. In the end: Police arrests KK for various murders which seem to have been committed by the alter ego Peter. Audience is left with the question of whether Peter is real or just a manifestation of KK's mangled distorted past.
Caché[ka.ʃe], titled Hidden in the UK and Ireland, is a 2005 Frenchpsychological thriller written and directed by Michael Haneke. Starring Daniel Auteuil as Georges and Juliette Binoche as his wife Anne, the film follows an upper-class French couple who are terrorized by anonymous tapes that appear on their front porch and hint at childhood memories of the husband.
Caché opened to acclaim from film critics, who lauded Binoche's acting and Haneke's direction. The ambiguities of its plot continue to attract considerable discussion among scholars; many have commented on the film's themes of "bourgeois guilt" and collective memory, often drawing parallels between its narrative and the French government's decades-long denial of the 1961 Seine River massacre. Caché is today regarded as one of the greatest films of the 2000s.
The quiet life of a Paris family is disturbed when they receive a series of surveillance tapes of the exterior of their residence from an anonymous source. Georges Laurent is the successful host of a French literary television program, living with his wife Anne, a book publisher, and their 12-year-old son Pierrot. Unmarked videocassettes arrive on their doorstep, tapes that show extended observation of their home's exterior from a static street camera that is never noticed. At first passive and harmless, but later accompanied by crude, disturbing crayon drawings, the tapes lead to questions about Georges' early life that disrupt both his work and marriage. But because the tapes do not contain an open threat, the police refuse to help the family.
Colors (stylized colors) is the fourth major-label Japanese studio album (sixth overall) by South Korean pop rock band CNBLUE. It was released on September 30, 2015, under Warner Music Japan. After releasing the first single "White", the band decided to continue with the theme of color to showcase musical variety through the album. "Supernova" was released as the album's promotional single in September.
Colors was released in four editions: Regular Edition, Limited Editions A and B, and a fan club-only Boice Limited Edition. It went on to debut at number one on the weekly Oricon Albums Chart, the first time in over three years since CNBLUE topped the chart. The band is set to embark on the CNBLUE 2015 Arena Tour: Be a Supernova from November to December in Nagano, Tokyo, Aichi, Fukui, and Osaka.
Colors was announced as CNBLUE's fourth studio album on July 24, 2015, with a release date of September 30. The title is meant to indicate the array of "colorful music" included on the album. After releasing "White", the band decided to continue the theme to showcase more of its musical color. Vocalist Jung Yong-hwa compared the album's varying musical styles to a rainbow. In discussion of the album, guitarist Lee Jong-hyun described that there is no significant difference between CNBLUE's previous album Wave. He explained that, "I don't usually try to change... with time, the piece will naturally change." He noted that the band "played around with sounds", pointing out development in that area; musically, "it's still simple". He felt that the key point of the album was to appeal to a broad audience and be easy to listen to. In midst of his solo activities, Jung Yong-hwa took opportunities to record phrases and sounds before forming them into new songs.
Colors is the fourth album by American progressive metal band Between the Buried and Me, released on September 18, 2007 through Victory Records. The group brought out many different influences within the structure of the songs featured on the album.
Some of these influences are not even derivative of extreme metal. Examples include jazz, acoustic pop, arena rock, and even bluegrass. The album's sound was described by the band as "adult contemporary progressive death metal". Although separated in 8 tracks, Colors gives the impression of one continuous song, with transitions between each part.
Colors was recorded in April through May 2007 at the Basement Studios with Jamie King as the chosen producer for it. Prior to its release, it received great praising reception and sold 12,600 copies in its first week of release, reaching 57th on the Billboard 200, which was the first time the band reached the top 100 on the list.Mike Portnoy, formerly of Dream Theater (who was one of Between the Buried and Me's main influences when they had first formed their band) named Colors his favorite album of the year. PopMatters wrote, "A true marvel, this challenging but ultimately highly rewarding album is an example of a young band just discovering what it’s capable of. At the rate they’re going, the modern metal pantheon awaits," while Ultimate-Guitar.com also named it "Best Album of the Year" in their annual This Year in Metal.
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Morandi is a RomanianEuropop music group composed of Marius Moga and Andrei Ştefan Ropcea (Randi). The group's name derives from the first two letters of Moga's name and Ropcea's nickname, Randi, creating Morandi.