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দ্য ফাউন্টেন – জ্ঞানবৃক্ষে বন্দী জীবন-সন্ধি

একটা বৃত্ত-বিম্ব মেঘ হয়ে মহাশূন্যে কাঁচন হলদেবর্ণে ভেসে যাচ্ছে । ওই বৃত্তে বন্দী ‘জীবনবৃক্ষ’ । জীবনবৃক্ষে বন্দী অমরত্বের সন্ধান । কিন্তু ‘ইযি’ (রাচেল) বলেছিল মায়ানরা বিশ্বাস করতো আকাশে জ্বলে উঠা স্বর্ণরূপ ধারণ করা ‘সিবাবা’ (মৃতপ্রায় নক্ষত্র) কিছুদিন পরই বিস্ফোরিত হবে, সেখানে জন্ম হবে নতুন নক্ষত্রের । একটির পরিত্রাণ হবে অন্যটির অবস্থান । 80 more words

Film Reviews

Requiem For A Dream (2000)

Jared Leto stars as a junkie looking for a way onto easy street for himself, his bored upper class girlfriend Jennifer Connelly and partner in crime Marlon Wyans. 159 more words


Poem: The Waking Dead

Talking to myself is less lonely

or more, I suppose than silence

is a choking void, speaking like a robot

valium addict method acting a dopefeind… 58 more words

Andrew Halter

Quality Control (Cross Talk Ep. 8)

My day job is interesting, dear readers.

I work for a major Canadian retailer, at their corporate office, coordinating marketing efforts. To be more specific, I’m responsible to ensure all of the product photography, marketing related images, online product catalogue, and any written content associated with the brand stays on track and keeps on keeping on. 455 more words


Pi (1998)

The worlds of religion and big business clash over the talents of a mathematics prodigy who becomes obsessed with finding a formula that can explain the underlying pattern of existence. 119 more words


Judge says Lawrence can stay in condo she's renting in Montreal while filming her next movie

Boulevard reviews the latest media coverage of the Oscar-winning Louisville native in our exclusive Jennifer Lawrence Diary™. Today’s news, rated on a scale of 1-5 stars: 111 more words

The A-list

Iceland’s Production Incentive Will Rise to 25%, Adding to Country’s Natural Lures

Iceland’s stunning beauty and majestic landscapes have served as the backdrop of a surprising number of films, ranging from Clint Eastwood’s “Letters from Iwo Jima,” where the black beaches of Sandvik doubled for similarly hued sands on the tropical island, to Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah,” where the Nordic country portrayed Biblical lands with an otherworldly feel. 162 more words