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Curious fact: Cornelia Funke based Mo, one of the main characters of the book, on famous actor Brendan Fraser, whom she mailed a copy of the book, once it was established that a film would be produced. Fraser had no idea who she was, so the first thing he did was Google her. He eventually fell in love with the book himself and ended up taking the role of Mo in the movie.11Source: -fraser.htmBest quote from the book:
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Second, this is contrasted by the insane wealth the characters have amassed, though some un-earned or attained with illegal measures. The 2013 movie with Leonardo DiCaprio will give you a good visual grasp of it. Feeling like Artemis Fowl for adults, this book will inspire you to view life as a balancing act of human achievement and virtue. Its motivational capacities are very subtle and not as obvious as in some of the other books on this list, but it still makes you want to do the right thing.
The anime ran in Japan from April 1 to September 23, 2010 on the Tokyo Broadcasting System and was later simulcast three days later after the Japanese airing in Asia from April 4 to September 26, 2010 on Animax Asia with English subtitles. In North America, The Anime Network started streaming the series via their online player on June 15, and distributed it via Video On Demand on August 5, 2010. The series is licensed in the North America by Sentai Filmworks (now owned by AMC Networks). Animax Asia's English adaptation aired in Southeast Asia from November 25, 2010 to December 30, 2010.
Question (g)What kind of absent-mindedness is regarded as a virtue by Lynd?Answer:The poet forgetting to post a letter is regarded as a virtue by Lynd because this absent-minded as his mind is filled with glorious matter.
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Unfortunately, something like this will probably never, ever happen. The whole state of legitimate digital video market is fucking pathetic. Everything is locked down with DRM, most things offer online streams only, very few download options exist (and all are laced with DRM), most content is only available in the US (Netflix has existed for over a decade already and we still have nothing that could seriously compare to it outside the US). It says a goddamn lot when a niche like anime has the largest worldwide legal availabity thanks to few players like CrunchyRoll, and even their service is far from ideal when it comes to availability.
I am wondering if HBO would be better off offering $2 download of the episodes and putting that directly into their pocket rather than trying to keep fighting over getting a quarter of a cent more from each contract with each provider.