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infomundord · 6 months ago
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Nashla Bogaert aclara que no es parte del Gobierno
Nashla Bogaert aclara que no es parte del Gobierno
La actriz y comunicadora fue criticada tras su participación como maestra de ceremonias en la inauguración de una obra del estado en Monte Plata La actriz y comunicadora Nashla Bogaert aseguró hoy que no es parte del gobierno, tras hacerse pública su participación como maestra de ceremonias en la inauguración de una obra del estado en Monte Plata. “No soy parte del gobierno. Sólo apoyé esta…
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felixvictorino · 6 months ago
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Nashla Bogaert aclara que no es parte del Gobierno
Nashla Bogaert aclara que no es parte del Gobierno
La actriz y comunicadora Nashla Bogaert aseguró hoy que no es parte del gobierno, tras hacerse pública su participación como maestra de ceremonias en la inauguración de una obra del estado en Monte Plata. “No soy parte del gobierno. Sólo apoyé esta mañana la inauguración de un acueducto que lleva agua potable por primera vez en más de 20 años a una comunidad en Monte Plata, lo que me parece…
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abitterlifethroughcinema · 4 months ago
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THE St. Jordi BCN Film Festival ’21 FILM REVIEWS, VOL. II: What’s Fine…and not!
by Lucas Avram Cavazos
YOUR #VOSE take on upcoming international cinema premiering in Catalonia & Spain soon!
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Hotel Coppelia by Jose Maria Cabral ###-1/2
As I screened Hotel Coppelia at this year’s festival, I was rather taken aback by how little I knew about the history behind the Dominican Republic and the US involvement/engagement/disruption of the island country. It is 1965 as the film commences and the ladies of the bordello and hotel, Coppelia, attend to their clientele with razor sharp precision and beguiling ways that aim to keep a roaring crowd coming back to fill the coffers, run by the icy and fierce bish, Judith (Lumi Lizardo). While the film mostly follows young server/performer Gloria, played with mild perfection by actress Nashla Bogaert, it’s the intermingling of the ladies at the brothel that aids in building an emotional response to the characters rather quickly. And when the US army invades the coastal town and ensconce themselves within the confines of the hotel to “fight the communists,” we see yet another heinous example of why so many despise the guise with which the US army lies with it appearance of helping by taking with force. This, incidentally, is exactly how every modern power on Earth has taken their stance to get to whatever they perceive they are. Hotel Coppelia, and a new student I’m teaching, has made my new history study a waltz around this incredible island, rumoured to be where Columbus actually landed as his furthest Northern reach. Lovely and necessary film…
Where to watch: TBA
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Penguin Bloom by Glendyn Ivin ###-1/2
Not knowing what to expect with an Aussie film with the word ‘penguin’ in it, I was mostly moved to screen it because who doesn’t dig Naomi Watts? But what a lovely if heartbreaking tale of truth turned celluloid treasure with this unexpected, wee gem of a film. Oscar-nominated actress Watts plays Sam Bloom, a mum vacationing with her family in Thailand when a terrible accident leaves her paralysed from the waist down. Feeling like a burden to her husband (Andrew Lincoln) and her kids, when one of them rescues a little magpie chick and the parents decide the kiddos can keep it, what ends up happening is a bond between the depressed, defeated mother and the little bird with a broken limb. You can probably imagine what happens but the easy nature of this true tale leaves you feeling grateful, happy with perhaps a few tears of joy rolling down your lovely cheeks.
Where to watch: will be in local cinemas 10/9/21
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Wild Mountain Thyme by John Patrick Shanley ##
I really can’t begin to explain how much I couldn’t believe I was watching Emily Blunt cop to an attempt at an Irish accent in this blasé, Nicholas Sparks-style romance. Starring Blunt and Christian Grey-typecast character actor Jamie Dornan, this film tells the story of the selling-off of an Irish family’s farm to a wealthy US-American nephew (read: the asshole and he is Jon Hamm...yum yum) instead of the family’s son (Dornan). What I also found most odd was watching Christopher Walken try and feign being an Irish patriarch. Could we not cull together Colm Meaney or Brendan Gleeson or ANY wonderful Irish actor above 65 to play this role? At one point around the middle juncture of the film, I actually found myself counting cliches of too many modern romance dramedies, and I eventually became perplexed as to how this was greenlit in the first place for production and why Blunt and Dornan would have signed up for this trite shite…absolutely no idea.
Where to watch: in local cinemas 23/07/21
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Blithe Spirit by Edward Hall ##
Part of the comedy lineup at this year’s BCN Film Festival, Blithe Spirit is based upon the like-titled 1941 comical play by Noel Coward. Screening the film on a smaller room at Cines Verdi BCN, I really did find it strange that top actors’ actors like Judi Dench and Isla Fisher would sign up for what turned out to be a sad sap of a film. Telling the story of Charles (Dan Stevens) who’s a wealthy writer embroiled in a bad case of writer’s block who takes his wife (Fisher) to see a medium (Dench), whose performance goes madly awry and so Charles decides to commission the older medium to perform a session in his home, but this seems to summon Charles ex-wife (played beyond annoyingly so by Leslie Mann). Jokes that fail, overacting and weak scripting made this particular comedy a dud on arrival.
Where to watch: in local cinemas on 22/10/21
Last Call by Steven Bernstein ##
This film marks a moment when an accomplished cinematographer finally brings a long-desired project to fruition and onto screens. Director Bernstein has been working behind the scenes for over 35 years on innumerable movies, but he actually released an unfinished draft of this film entitled Dominion and also starring Rhys Ifans and John Malkovich back in 2016. With Last Call, a full-length feature film starring the aforementioned actors come together to tell the story of the final hours of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas’ final day. It’s a grim day where he downs eighteen shots, chats up a myriad of people, who may or may not be there, and that is until the seizure that eventually brought about his death. What Bernstein serves up however is a choppy story with certain scenes that throw continuity to the wind, but you can tell the director is a true fan of the poet and desired to create a testament to the man for whose name ‘Bob Dylan’ was transformed from Robert Zimmerman. Alas, no wannabe deep conversations or great actors can save this MEH! piece…sorry!
Where to watch: TBA
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infomundord · 7 months ago
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Nashla Bogaert enciende las redes sociales con estas fotografías
Nashla Bogaert enciende las redes sociales con estas fotografías
Nashla Bogaert sigue causando sensación con cada fotografía o baile que sube a sus redes sociales, esta vez no ha sido la excepción. La también jueza de Dominicana’s Got Talent y productora de cine y tv, ha estado subiendo fotografías de sus días de descanso en la parte este del país, luciendo su trabajado cuerpo en diversos trajes de baño. La casa de papel filtran fecha de estreno de la quinta…
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cacaitos · 22 days ago
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hope nashla bogaert is loaded after being in so many fucking ads.
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lafamamusic · 2 months ago
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Película dominicana “Lo que siento por ti” llega a HBO Max
Película dominicana “Lo que siento por ti” llega a HBO Max
La película dominicana “Lo que siento por ti” del director Raúl Camilo y protagonizada por Nashla Bogaert y Frank Perozo está disponible en la plataforma HBO Max. “Con mucha emoción… les informo que “Lo que siento por ti” se está exhibiendo en HBO MAX!!! Esta película es una de esas… que no importa cuánto la haya visto… siempre remueve lo más sensible de mí. Y aunque haya sido actriz en ella…
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felixvictorino · 5 months ago
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“Hotel Coppelia ha marcado mi vida y estoy profundamente agradecida por esa oportunidad”
“Hotel Coppelia ha marcado mi vida y estoy profundamente agradecida por esa oportunidad”
Nashla Bogaert continúa consolidando su carrera en la industria del entretenimiento. Sus logros en el cine y la televisión hablan por sí solos. Como gestora de proyectos y asumiendo roles protagónicos en el cine, ha sabido marcar su territorio en cada uno de los proyectos en los que ha estado. En la televisión, junto a sus socios, lograron materializar con gran éxito una desafiante segunda…
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elcorreodigital · 5 months ago
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“Hotel Coppelia”, afectada por la piratería y con la atención centrada en el desnudo de Nashla
“Hotel Coppelia”, afectada por la piratería y con la atención centrada en el desnudo de Nashla
Hotel Coppelia, la nueva película de José María Cabral, es noticia. Y lo ha sido durante todo el fin de semana. Y lo es en dos caminos distintos: primero por “los piratas” del cine de siempre, que han logrado colgar indebidamente la cinta en varias plataformas de streaming, y por los desnudos de Gloria, que al caso es Nashla Bogaert, la admirada y aplaudida modelo y presentadora de televisión…
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