“The heart of the people is the ultimate space of resistance”

Kiyoshi Kurosawa, en mai 2017, au Festival de Cannes. YANN RABANIER/MODDS In 1940s Japan, a couple finds themselves threatened by a state secret, the young wife gradually discovering in her husband a spy in the pay of the West. For The sacrificed lovers, the Japanese master Kiyoshi Kurosawa once again abandons the shores of the … Read more

“Exclusive investigation”, on M6, plunges into the heart of a dirty war in Yemen, seen from the rebel side

The interest of the documentary by Guillaume Dasquié and Nicolas Jaillard, who spent several weeks in Yemen in rebel territory, is to show the other side of this war, on the Houthi side. TV PRESSE PRODUCTIONS/M6 M6 – SUNDAY DECEMBER 5 AT 11:10 P.M. – REPORT The war in Yemen is too rarely shown. Even … Read more

The Madrid ski resort at the heart of a political battle

LETTER FROM MADRID Near the Puerto de Navacerrada resort (Spain), in the Sierra de Guadarrama Natural Park, in January 2013. WIKIMEDIA Tourists who visit Madrid, its museums and bustling streets, often don’t know it, but about fifty kilometers north of the Spanish capital and less than an hour by car, you ski. Or, rather, we … Read more

Sophia Thomalla & Alexander Zverev: First love appearance on “A Heart for Children” – people

Attention, dream couple alarm! The sight of it really leaves you feeling sick! On Saturday, Sophia Thomalla (32) and Alexander Zverev (24) made their first official couple appearance. At the big “A Heart for Children” donation gala, the presenter and the tennis star radiated love happiness from every pore, turtled and looked simply stunning. SHE … Read more

In Vienna, the Spanish Riding School and its Lipizzaners at the heart of a scandal

The horses of the prestigious institution are said to lack space and free time. LOIS LAMMERHUBER / THE COLLECTION This November 18, the pluricentenary ballet of the Lipizzaners continues its imperturbable course. Coming out of their stable at the Hofburg, the imperial palace of the Habsburgs, right in the center of Vienna, the white-robed stallions … Read more

the Touquet accords at the heart of critics

Calais, November 25, 2021. Encampment for migrants between Calais and Marck. AIMÉE THIRION FOR “THE WORLD” Haro on the Touquet chords. Following the sinking of a boat in the English Channel which caused the death of 27 people on Wednesday November 24, many political leaders and associations are calling for the renegotiation of this treaty … Read more

Chrissy Metz Launches the Joyful Heart Wine Company

Advertisement Rooted in community and delivering exceptional wines that give back SANTA MARGARITA, CA (September 15, 2021) Renowned American actress and singer, Chrissy Metz, announced today the launch of The Joyful Heart Wine Company. In collaboration with award-winning winemaker, Nicole Walsh, the collection proudly presents Joyful Heart Red Blend, White Blend and Limited Reserve Red … Read more

Food and wine, experience and sustainability at the heart of the new Costa Cruises product

New excursion formats and new f & b concepts for Costa Cruises. The company took advantage of the long months of lockdown and reduced activity to reimagine its offer in light of the most recent changes in demand. All in the wake of a sustainable and responsible product project announced last July with the presentation … Read more

Constance Wu follows her heart to take on role in small indie film ‘I Was a Simple Man’

Boonyanudh Jiyarom (left) and Constance Wu play Grace at different ages in the ethereal indie feature “I Was a Simple Man,” directed by Christopher Makoto Yogi. Photo: Strand Releasing If you’re Constance Wu, life is good. Since the ABC series “Fresh off the Boat” made her a star, she has become an A-list movie headliner … Read more

“Memorial Drive”, by Natasha Trethewey: mother at heart

Natasha Trethewey, with her parents, in Mississippi. COURTESY NATASHA TRETHEWEY “Memorial Drive” (Memorial Drive. A Daughter’s Memoir), by Natasha Trethewey, translated from English (United States) by Céline Leroy, L’Olivier, 224 p., € 21.50, digital € 16. In his Mourning journal (Seuil, 2009), Roland Barthes (1915-1980) notes: “Write to remember?” Not to remember but to fight … Read more