Legend of Siren: Erotic Ghost


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Alejandro E (us)

e of "shall to see before you die". Young Marlon Brando in one of is outstanding roles,as a man fighting for the right stuff

Atle L (mx)

It could have been so cool movie, if it was for youths or grown ups. Too bad it was for children

Cornell A (ru)

Love the movie. . . Dracula is a love story

Dustin D (ca)

Eastwood is a charismatic lead, Lee Van Cleef brings unexpected depth, and Gian Maria Volonte is perfect as the thoroughly hateable and psychopathic villain. For a Few Dollars More is the perfect spiritual sequel to A Fistful of Dollars

Jameson P (kr)

8/10. But Jesse and Celine are so genuine, it's entrancing watching the two interact again. At this point in my life, I'm not sure I can completely relate to what the characters are going through. This is a much more mature story than Before Sunrise. Their biggest regret is that they'll never know what their lives would have been like if they had met again sooner. After some catching up, the two share their regrets and the demons they're battling in their outside relationships, marriage, and parenthood. But this time around, the moments are much less magic-filled. This picks up nine years after Jesse and Celine's first and only magical night together

nirsiya p (ru)

gd film toooveri old againloli keep on commentin on old films

Private U (kr)

Just saw "Hatley High" and want to see this now

Sarah H (br)

nice story about a woman freezing her rapists

Scott C (fr)

The performances from non stars are very weak - the effects are the real stars. This is strictly kids stuff though. Inventive use of special effects and oversized sets

Shen S (ca)

But he has religion. He doesn??t know much. I like the little duck. That is religion, and the duck has it. He reposes in the immediate as if it were infinity ?? which it is. He sits down in it. And what does he do, I ask you. But he realises it. And neither do you. Probably he doesn??t know how large the ocean is. He can rest while the Atlantic heaves, because he rests in the Atlantic. And he is part of it. There is a big heaving in the Atlantic. It is a duck riding the ocean a hundred feet beyond the surf, and he cuddles in the swells. Enjoy!Now we are ready to look at something pretty special. . . Babcock. Worthy of mention in the film is a neat little poem called "The Little Duck" by Donald C. In gardening, "ask" the plants ?? how can I help fulfill your purpose? Think of giving before receiving. You are what you eat ?? eat too much hamburger and you might "become" hamburger. Food is more than for sustenance - it is for finding peace too. Is food precious? Are you precious? When you honour food that you give others and yourself, you are honouring all. "Nourishing" yourself spiritually doesn??t come out of a package ?? it comes from your heart ?? connecting with food and others. When we are joyful, kind and big-hearted, the food we prepare will be likewise. Things in the kitchen don??t always go as expected. What matters is not perfection, but making sincere efforts when preparing food. It is impossible to please all with a dish. . . Some other Dharma lessons from the kitchen, which reflect on life beyond it. " Instead, you should wash your face and transform the negative energy to something useful. But "if you have a little piece of shit on your nose, everything stinks. What we cannot control, we might think of destroying. We might even be abusive when we want things our way - thinking it is control. When we distant ourselves, we ache with longing. Pee pee pee!" Master Brown elaborates that we should let things come to our hearts as there is pain when there is separation, from wanting to protect ourselves. Bird is here, in my mind already, and I am singing with the bird. When you think in that way ?? 'That is noise!' When you are not disturbed by the blue jay, the blue jay will come right into your heart, and you will be a blue jay, and blue jay will be reading something. Blue jay is singing, but their voice is not so good. In one charming teaching, he says - "If you think, when you are reading something, if you think, 'Bird is there, blue jay is over my roof. In the film are occasional black and while footage of Shunryu Suzuki Roshi. This is why many choose to be vegans. If we are unsure, why risk the happiness of chickens by demanding their eggs? Most egg-bearing chickens live tortured lives and are eventually killed for their meat and other body parts. However, there is also a scene which asks if we know eggs come from happy chickens. The food cooked in the film is vegetarian, though there was a scene where eggs were used. The film also subtly hints that we can all switch to a kinder diet - that involves the minimal sacrifice of sentient beings. Don't waste even a grain of rice ?? it is as if your eye! "Backdoor catering service" or freeganism is also touched upon as a "radical" means to minimise waste - the salvaging of abandoned or neglected food to sustain oneself. Now that is great unconditional compassion and equanimity. " This value is Buddha-nature - our ability to become invaluable Buddhas! As a practice to treasure food, the Zen centre even sorts leftovers for the homeless who sleep in a church and on the streets. It is that value ?? something more than that. And that value is not comparative value or exchange value. As Suzuki Roshi taught, "So you have your own value. Sincerity is with blemishes. Everything must have some virtue by itself? There's nothing to compare with yourself. Our whole sense of taste is skewed when we keep comparing "real" food with commercial food. "Much is explored on other aspects of food too - for instance, the culture of mechanised food that tastes artificial, that loses the vitality of life. Do not give away a single drop from within the ocean of virtues; you must not fail to add a single speck on top of the mountain of good deeds. As Master Dogen taught, "Watching closely with sincere diligence, you should not attend to some things and neglect or be slack with others for even one moment. " In this vein of thought, studying cooking is also studying yourself mindfully. Nothing in the universe is hidden. See with your eyes, smell with your nose, taste with your tongue. . . a lot of the time, we are going through the motions, not seeing with the eyes, feeling with our hands, we're thinking all sorts of things. . . "When you wash the rice, wash the rice, cut the carrots, stir the soup. Food is used as a vehicle to cultivate the three minds - "big mind, joyful mind, and kind mind". Even kneading dough is part of the process of developing awareness and attention. Ingredients are carefully protected, as if they were one's own eyes. Anything wholesome we are doing can be a subject for training mindfulness. This is the value of living as a spiritual community - even if only during an occasional retreat. Harmony is best learnt and appreciated by practising "together action" of living, cooking and meditating together. Similarly, we might be cooking food, but the food might be "cooking us" too. Washing potatoes, we might be cleansing our minds instead. As Venerable Seung Sahn once taught, the easiest way to wash potatoes is in tub of water, letting them rub the dirt off each other. " Indeed. As an interviewee says, "The hardest part about cooking is working with other people. '" Indeed, when you are working in a Zen kitchen, cooking for the community while interacting with kitchen folks, cooking can be a spiritual challenge. You are working on other people. You are also working on yourself. You are not just working on food. In his words, "My teacher Suzuki Roshi said, 'When you are cooking, you are not just cooking. Beyond his role as a teacher, we also see a fellow Dharma practitioner in him. And he also sheds tears when he recalls how the sight of battered teapots reminded him that he too can serve despite his imperfections. He admits to impatience for instance - we even see him struggling to open a food package. Master Brown presents himself in a disarmingly human way, with faults and all. This documentary is definitely no preachy material. Enough about "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" and such for now - this is "Zen and the Art of Kitchen and Dietary Maintenance". If we cannot discover Buddha-nature where we are, where can we?The upbeat film revolves around Zen Master Edward Espe Brown, who explains how cooking and living revolve around each other. " Indeed. According to the film's website, he "wrote a cookbook in which he taught that it is possible to discover Buddha in even the simplest of kitchen duties, such as washing rice or kneading dough, and so reflect on one??s own actions and behaviour in the world. Master Dogen (1238 AD) had founded the Japanese Soto-Zen school. " If we learn to connect to the task at hand, no matter how routine or seemingly insignificant it might be, we learn to connect with the reality of here and now. As the filmmaker Doris Dorrie remarked, "How a person goes about dealing with the ingredients for his meals says a lot about him. Yes, there can be more to this "mundane" task often taken for granted. "How to Cook Your Life" is inspired by Zen Master Dogen's celebrated "Instructions to the Cook" (Tenzokyojun), which uses the preparation of food as a metaphor for the cultivation of our spirituality