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This film debuted on Netflix in 2020 and takes us to the Riviera Romagnola, a place for fun and carefree holidays. While spending summer on the beaches of Riccione, a group of young people befriend each other and help each other deal with hopeless dreams and summer crushes: like Marco, who has always been in love with Guenda but unable to declare his love; or Ciro, who arrives with dreams of making it big as a singer and instead finds himself working as a lifeguard.

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The protagonists of the series are Summer and Ale, two teenagers with opposite lifestyles. Summer is an introverted girl, she hates summer and this is one of the reasons why she works instead of relaxing after a year at school. Alessandro is from Rome, a professional motorbike racer, in eternal conflict with his father. In the seaside town of Cesenatico in Emilia-Romagna, Ale falls in love with Summer, winning her over, but their relationship is put to the test by distance, summer lightness and carefree age.

Three friends with unsatisfying jobs have a dream: to put on their own theatre show. This leads to a sequence of tragicomic events that drive the three friends apart for three years. This 2000 comedy talks about friendship, love, betrayal, pride and forgiveness. This film will make you laugh, but also provides introspection on human relationships. Amid laughter, hilarious moments, romance and drama, it reflects on how easy it is to ruin a friendship for love.

This free app allows you to search for channels and podcasts by language or location. Simply search for Italian language programming or for programming in Italy. There are hundreds of stations to choose from covering various topics like news, sports, arts, comedy, science and much more.

103. Fraternity is born not only of a climate of respect for individual liberties, or even of a certain administratively guaranteed equality. Fraternity necessarily calls for something greater, which in turn enhances freedom and equality. What happens when fraternity is not consciously cultivated, when there is a lack of political will to promote it through education in fraternity, through dialogue and through the recognition of the values of reciprocity and mutual enrichment? Liberty becomes nothing more than a condition for living as we will, completely free to choose to whom or what we will belong, or simply to possess or exploit. This shallow understanding has little to do with the richness of a liberty directed above all to love.

Arkangel does quality audio versions of Shakespeare's plays with a full cast of professional actors. These are excellent to listen to as your students read along, but they will need the text in front of them to know, in some cases, who's speaking. They're available for free download at The Arkangel recordings are available under the Media Room tab: Audiobooks > Complete Works > Podcasts. Free pdf files of Shakespeare's works can be found under the same tab: Complete Works > Free e-texts > PDF.

The other undisguised blessing of the Coll was "the Gurney", the schoollibrary; not only because it was a library, but because it wassanctuary. As the negro used to become free on touching English soil, sothe meanest boy was "unfaggable" once he was inside the Gurney. It wasnot, of course, easy to get there. In the winter terms if you were noton the list for "Clubs" you had to go out for a run. In summer you couldreach sanctuary of an afternoon only under favourable conditions. Youmight be put down for Clubs, and that excluded you. Or there might beeither a House match or a Coll match which you were compelled to watch.Thirdly, and most probably, on your way to the Gurney you might becaught and fagged for the whole afternoon. But sometimes one succeededin running the gauntlet of all these dangers; and then--books, silence,leisure, the distant sound of bat and ball ("Oh the brave music of adistant drum"), bees buzzing at the open windows, and freedom. In theGurney I found Corpus Poeticum Boreale and tried, vainly but happily,to hammer out the originals from the translation at the bottom of thepage. There too I found Milton, and Yeats, and a book on Celticmythology, which soon became, if not a rival, yet a humble companion, toNorse. That did me good; to enjoy two mythologies (or three, now that Ihad begun to love the Greek), fully aware of their differing flavours,is a balancing thing, and makes for catholicity. I felt keenly thedifference between the stony and fiery sublimity of Asgard, the green,leafy, amorous, and elusive world of Cruachan and the Red Branch andTir-nan-Og, the harder, more defiant, sun-bright beauty of Olympus. Ibegan (presumably in the holidays) an epic on Cuchulain and another onFinn, in English hexameters and in fourteeners respectively. Luckilythey were abandoned before these easy and vulgar metres had time tospoil my ear.

It was here that I first read a volume of Chesterton's essays. I hadnever heard of him and had no idea of what he stood for; nor can I quiteunderstand why he made such an immediate conquest of me. It might havebeen expected that my pessimism, my atheism, and my hatred of sentimentwould have made him to me the least congenial of all authors. It wouldalmost seem that Providence, or some "second cause" of a very obscurekind, quite over-rules our previous tastes when It decides to bring twominds together. Liking an author may be as involuntary and improbable asfalling in love. I was by now a sufficiently experienced reader todistinguish liking from agreement. I did not need to accept whatChesterton said in order to enjoy it. His humour was of the kind which Ilike best--not "jokes" imbedded in the page like currants in a cake,still less (what I cannot endure), a general tone of flippancy andjocularity, but the humour which is not in any way separable from theargument but is rather (as Aristotle would say) the "bloom" on dialecticitself. The sword glitters not because the swordsman set out to make itglitter but because he is fighting for his life and therefore moving itvery quickly. For the critics who think Chesterton frivolous or"paradoxical" I have to work hard to feel even pity; sympathy is out ofthe question. Moreover, strange as it may seem, I liked him for hisgoodness. I can attribute this taste to myself freely (even at that age)because it was a liking for goodness which had nothing to do with anyattempt to be good myself. I have never felt the dislike of goodnesswhich seems to be quite common in better men than me. "Smug" and"smugness" were terms of disapprobation which had never had a place inmy critical vocabulary. I lacked the cynic's nose, the odora canum visor bloodhound sensitivity for hypocrisy or Pharisaism. It was a matterof taste: I felt the "charm" of goodness as a man feels the charm of awoman he has no intention of marrying. It is, indeed, at that distancethat its "charm" is most apparent.

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