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The Movie – The Thirteenth Floor – By Josef Rusnak.

Technology can become a double-edged sword.


The Movie – #Terminator #Salvation – By #McG.

#Stories that talk about #time #travel always fascinate. The #special #effects do the rest.


The Movie – The Cell (2000) – by Tarsem Singh.

Visionary narrative of a female detective who, in order to find an assassin, must enter him mind and him delirium.


The Movie – Funny Games – by Michael Haneke.

Human folly is unpredictable and sometimes being kind to strangers entails only the beginning of an endless nightmare.


The Movie – Death At a Funeral – By Frank Oz.

The skeletons in the closets of the lives of the people are amazing.


The Movie – The Ghost Writer – By Roman Polanski.

To work and in private life is difficult to really understand what people we can trust.
In addition comes a time when we can no longer trust anyone to preserve our very existence.

The Movie – Confessions of a Dangerous Mind – By George Clooney.

I’m not surprised that a person can have a double life: make people laugh from the big screen, killing her undercover halfway around the world.

The duality is part of human nature.

I think we should be afraid when a person has multiple personalities out of control and not only two opposing lives, one in daylight and the other hidden.

The Movie – Zwartboek (Black Book) – By Paul Verhoeven.

Fall in love of the enemy shows that the heart can not control.



The Movie – Night Train To Lisbon – By Bille August.

A book, a fortuitous event, cross your path: you read it, you get lost in the author’s thoughts, do you want to know and then begins a journey.

Within days, your life changes for the better, because it is life is made of an instant.



The Movie – The Imitation Game – By Morten Tyldum.

The ability of the individual make a difference in the team; the team can enhance the capabilities of the individual.

Secrecy can win a war, intelligence can end the war.

The different often is the hope for the existence of a future.

Condemn those who are different means to destroy liberty and the right to life of all humanity.

Before judging maligninamente someone, we should make a profound examination of conscience within themselves and within the society that judges without wisdom.

If today I live, like many other Europeans is also thanks to Alan Turing, his strength and his courage, his extraordinary intelligence.

Alan Turing has saved the lives of millions of people; Alan Turing was convicted and driven to suicide because he was homosexual.

The sentencing of Alan Turing is an intolerable human tragedy; an act of injustice and arrogance dictated by human ignorance, is an unforgivable act.

Judge and condemn those who are different not to live, is to condemn ourselves to not live.

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