Constantine au cœur (150 min)
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Constantine au cœur (150 min)
J. Allouche - P. Ammar - D. Arbib - P. Attali - R. Guedj - J. Guirchoun - R. Nakache - L. Nakache - musicien - C. Nakache - W. Nakache - G. Nakache - F. Nakache - R. Touitou - Y. Zerbib - W. Zerbib - M. Zerbib
A selection of photos of famous magazine «LIFE», published in different years, on its cover. «LIFE» - a weekly news magazine published from 1936 to 1972., With a strong emphasis on photo journalism. Then go out on a monthly basis from 1978 to 2000.
1. Puppetry (The Puppet Show). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1963 On a puppet show in a Paris park, killing time snake Saint George.
2. Goin 'Home. Photo by Ed Clark, 1945 Petty Officer Graham Jackson plays «Goin 'Home» at the funeral of President Roosevelt April 12, 1945.
3. American way of life (The American Way). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1937 The queue for food at the point of the Red Cross during the Great Depression in the background poster: "There is no other way of life as an American."
5. The Longest Day (The Longest Day). Photo by Robert Capa, 1944 The landing of the U.S. Army on Omaha Beach in Normandy on June 6, 1944, as displayed in the movie "Saving Private Ryan," Steven Spielberg.
6. The eyes of hatred (Eyes of Hate). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1933 It captures the moment when Gebbels (sitting), learned that his translator - a Jew and a friendly smile gone from his face.
7. Meeting peace With fire hoses. Photo by Charles Moore, 1963 Dispersal of a peaceful rally against segregation in Bermengeme (Alabama) with fire hoses (fire hoses).
8. «The Marlboro Man». Photo by Leonard McCombe, 1949 39-year-old Texas cowboy Clarence Hailey, whose image was later used to advertise cigarettes.
9. Peek-A-Boo. Photo by Ed Clark, 1958 John F. Kennedy and his daughter Kerrolayn, one of the legendary photographer of Life magazine
10. Iwo Jima sand (Sand of Iwo Jima). Photo by Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1945 U.S. Marines during the battle of Iwo Jima in the spring of 1945
12. Great soul (The Great Soul). Photo by Margaret Bourke-White, 1946 Mahatma Gandhi near his spinning wheel - a symbol of non-violent movement for India's independence from Britain.
14. Freedom Riders (Freedom Riders). Photo by Paul Schutzer, 1961 "Freedom Riders» (Freedom Riders) - joint bus rides white and black activists who were protesting against human rights of black people in the southern units. USA. In 1961, they rented a bus and toured the southern. states to oppose segregation laws and customs, was attacked by Southern whites and arrested. To protect the activists during the trip from Montgomery (Alabama), Jackson (Mississippi) were identified by the National Guard
15. Agony (Agony): Photo by Ralph Morse, 1944 Army medic George Lott, seriously wounded in both hands.
17. Reaching Out: Photo by Larry Burrows, 1966 Marines during the war in Vietnam . The dark-skinned soldier reaches for his wounded comrade white.
18. Alexander Solzhenitsyn Breathes Free. Photo by Harry Benson Breathe. Alexander Solzhenitsyn in Vermont
21. The face of death (Face of Death). Photo by Ralph Morse, 1943 Head of a Japanese soldier on the tank
23. Winston Churchill (Winston Churchill). Photo by Yousuf Karsh, 1941 British Prime Minister in 1940-1945 and 1951-1955, respectively. Politicians, military, journalist, writer, Nobel Prize for Literature.
25. Pied Piper of Ann Arbor (Pied Piper of Ann Arbor). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1950 Drummer from the University of Michigan marching with children
27. 3D Movie Audience. Photo by JR Eyerman, 1952 On viewing the first full stereo movie Bwana Devil.
29. Country Doctor (Country Doctor). Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1948 Country Doctor Ernest Ceriani, the only doctor in the region of 1,200 square miles, after an unsuccessful Caesarean section, in which died due to complications of the mother and child.
30. Three Americans (Three Americans). Photo by George Strock, 1943 U.S. soldiers killed in a battle with the Japanese on the beach in New Guinea. The first picture of dead American soldiers on the battlefield during World War II.
32. Sophia Loren. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1966 Sophia Loren in "Marriage in Italian." When this candid picture graced the cover of "Life", many have criticized the magazine for what he "fell to pornography." One reader wrote: "Thank God that the postman arrives at noon, when my children are at school."
34. Gunhild Larking. Photo by George Silk, 1956 Swedish high jumper Gunhild Larking at the Olympic Games in Melbourne (Australia) 1956
35. The Beatles in Miami. Photo by John Loengard, 1964 Beatles during U.S. tour. The pool water was very cold that day, as evidenced by the grimace Ringo.
37. Survivor (Littlest Survivor). Photo by W. Eugene Smith, 1943 During World hundreds of Japanese were under siege on the island of Saipan and committed mass suicide rather than surrender to Americans. When U.S. Marines surveyed the island in one of the caves was found barely alive child.
38. Liz and Monty: Photo by Peter Stackpole, 1950 Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift during a break in the film «A Place in the Sun» by studio Paramount.
39. «Dali Atomicus». Photo by Philippe Halsman, 1948 Six hours and 28 throws (of water, a chair, and three cats). According to the photographer, "his team and he was wet, dirty and almost completely exhausted" when the last shot was a success.
40. Both Sides Now. Photo by John Shearer, 1971 Muhammad Ali liked to taunt opponents before the fight. Before the "battle age" with Joe Frazier in March '71 he questioned his masculinity, intelligence and "black skin."
42. The Lion in Winter (Lion in Winter). Photo by John Bryson, 1959 Hemingway near his home in Ketchum (Idaho)
43. Rasstuplenie Sea in Salt Lake City (Parting the Sea in Salt Lake City). Photo by JR Eyerman, 1958 Avtokinoteatr in the capital of the State of Utah in Salt Lake City. On the screen in front of Moses parted the Red Sea in "The Ten Commandments."
44. Runaway boy (A Boy's Escape). Photo by Ralph Crane, 1947 Staged photo depicting a boy escaped from the orphanage.
45. Before Camelot, a visit to West Virginia (Before Camelot, a Visit to West Virginia). Photo by Hank Walker, 1960 John F. Kennedy, who will soon become the youngest American president, stands in a small town during the election campaign.
48. Jump lone wolf (A Wolf's Lonely Leap). Photo by Jim Brandenburg, 1986 The struggle for the survival of the polar wolf in northern Canada.
49. Kiss (The Kiss). Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945 One of the most famous photographs. Kiss of the sailor and the nurse after the announcement of the end of the war.