A young girl’s life gets turned upside-down in this tragic second a day video. Could this ever happen in the UK? This is what war does to children
For those who don’t know, this documentary is about an American musician named Rodriguez who released 2 albums in the early 70s, which didn’t do well at all in the US, but had quite an impact in South Africa. The film follows the attempts to find out just who this man was. I wish I didn’t already know the outcome before I watched this, but I still enjoyed it. It’s a pretty awesome story (even when you learn about the filmmakers’ deliberate omission of certain facts). I’d never heard of him before this film, and now I’m totally a fan of his music. It’s a good, entertaining documentary and I’m sure it would appeal to most people.
Una storia incredibile!
Let’s begin from the start: How are you? I am Alaa, a foot soldier in the revolution, there are those who sacrificed more than me, those who are much more courageous than me, and those whose role is much more important than mine.
I am Alaa, proud that I am doing what I can and sometimes surprise myself with what I am capable of. And I know myself and what I am not capable of. I try never to fail my commitments, I try to overcome fear always and I constantly try to be in the front lines at all times.
If you see in me any magnanimity, courage or bravery know that I draw them from my mom, my younger sisters and my wife (who being separated from is the hardest part of detention)."
Alaa Abdel Fattah (via 6cmzumquadrat)
I will always reblog this
"While Gotham is at the science fair, I’m banging the prom queen behind the woodshop. While Avenir is practicing the clarinet, I’m shredding “Reign In Blood” on my double-necked Stratocaster. "
Dove vado se non so dove andare? Vado.
Sono arrivata alla consapevolezza, vacillando spesso, che la meta non è mai importante. Questo è un...
no mom i’m not having sex, it’s led zeppelin