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Når sproget har betydning ... Om at oversætte Georg Büchner

Den tyske forfatter Georg Büchner hører til de mest opsigtsvækkende og fascinerende skikkelser i den tyske litteraturhistorie. Nielsens aktuelle nyoversættelse af forfatterens værker Lenz og… 2,798 more words

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Continuum renewed for final season

Canadian action drama Continuum has been renewed for a fourth and final season.

Bell Media-owned Showcase has ordered six new episodes to complete the story of a policewoman from 2077 who travels back in time to track down escaped convicts from her future. 30 more words

Series

The Raven on the Jetty (AIFF 2014)

Thomas (Connor O’Hara) has just turned nine, and his mother (Helen Teasdale) has agreed to split his birthday with the boy’s estranged father (Robert O’Hara). After a trip to Thomas’ grandmother’s (Anne Fraser) house and a brief outing to the beach, she drives him out of the city to an isolated cottage somewhere in the Lake District. 554 more words

Film Reviews

Continuum Season 3: An Overview

By Stacey Gillard

I’m going to admit off the bat that I’m very confused by Continuum; time travel and alternate timelines have always taxed my poor brain. 997 more words

Television

'Continuum' season 3 finale recap: What now? Run!

Season 3 | Episode 13 | “Last Minute” | Aired June 27, 2014

Brad, back in his own timeline, looks out on a wasted world. He’s been chosen for an all-or-nothing mission. 1,881 more words

Continuum Season 3 Episode 13 "Last Minute" Recap

The following recap and review contains spoilers for the season 3 finale of Continuum which won’t air in the US on SyFy until Friday. So if you don’t want to know what happens then stop reading.  2,680 more words

TV Recaps

'Continuum' recap: Double the Alecs, double the fun

Season 3 | Episode 12 | “The Dying Minutes” | Aired June 20, 2014

In the second to last episode of season 3, the action picks up in a flashback of three months before, when Warren and Miller took bodies from the morgue. 1,646 more words