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Longtime Companion

Longtime companion movie 1990 Director: Norman Rene starring: Bruce Davison, Campbell Scott, Patrick Cassidy, Mary-Louise Parker. The first wide release feature film to the Internet with the subject of AIDS, the film takes its name from the euphe ...

                                               

Bullhead (film)

Bullhead-Belgian crime film, 2011 writer-Director Michael R. Roskam starring Matthias Schoenaerts. A film about the prohibited use of growth hormones to cattle farmers with ties to organized crime "hormone mafia", and tells the story of Jacky Van ...

                                               

It's Raining on Santiago

Rain in Santiago 1975 Franco-Bulgarian film directed by Helvio Soto, detailing the 1973 Chilean coup detat. The name is a code word of the Chilean military air one in the start of the coup.

                                               

In the Fog

In the fog is a film-drama 2012 Director Sergei Loznitsa. The film competed for the palm Dor at the Cannes film festival 2012. The film won the Golden apricot at the Yerevan international film festival in 2012, Armenia, for Best feature film.

                                               

Twelve O'Clock High

Twelve hours in a 1949 American war film about aircrews in the U.S. Armys eighth air force who flew in the summers bombing missions against Nazi Germany and occupied France during the early days of American involvement in world war II, including ...

                                               

Byzantium (film)

Byzantium is a 2012 British / American / Irish vampire film by Director Neil Jordan, starring Gemma Arterton, saoirse Ronan, and Jonny Lee Miller. The story concerns a mother and daughter vampire Duo that turns into a seedy hotel, hiding from oth ...

                                               

Daleks' Invasion Earth 2150 A.D.

The Dalek invasion of D. A. Earth 2150 is a 1966 British science fiction film directed by Gordon Flemyng and written by Milton Subotsky, and the second of two films based on the British science fiction television series "Doctor Who". It stars Pet ...

                                               

Gloria

The series Gloria, all in the family spin-off. TV series Gloria 2010, the South Korean television series MVS.

                                               

Bug (2006 film)

Error 2006 psychological horror film directed by William Friedkin, starring Ashley Judd, Michael Shannon, Lynn Collins, Brian F. OByrne, and Harry Connick, Jr., the screenplay Tracy Letts based on the play by 1996, in which the woman is hiding in ...

                                               

The Host (2013 film)

The host 2013 American romantic science fiction Thriller film adapted from the book by Stephanie Myers, the 2008 novel of the same name. It tells the story of a young woman, Melanie, who is captured after the human race has been invaded by parasi ...

                                               

Grendel (film)

Grendel is a 2007 American action-fantasy television film directed by nick Lyon and very on the motives of the Anglo-Saxon epic poem "Beowulf". The television film was shot in SCI FI channel as an original movie for broadcasting on the sci-Fi cab ...

                                               

El Gringo

El gringo is a 2012 American action film directed Eduardo rodríguez, produced by after dark films, written Jonathan Stokes, starring Scott edkins, Christian Slater and Yvette Yates.

                                               

Liberal Arts (2012 film)

Liberal art is a 2012 American Comedy-drama film. The second film directed, written, starring Josh Radnor, it tells the story of 35-year-old Jesse who has a romantic relationship with Zibby, a 19-year-old College student. The film premiered at th ...

                                               

Line of Demarcation (film)

The line of demarcation in the 1966 war drama film written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Its title in French is La Ligne de demarcation. It is based on the memoir a memoir of Dun agent secret de La France Libre and the line of demarcation de Gi ...

                                               

Children of God (film)

Children of God is a 2010 Bahamian romantic drama by Director and screenwriter Kareem Mortimer. It tells the story of two young Bahamian men who fall in love with each other, and she portrays the homophobia of the Bahamian society. The film also ...

                                               

Jack & Diane (film)

Diane suffers from chronic nosebleeds. She checks herself in the mirror and turns into a monster before falling unconscious. Previously, she walks the streets trying to borrow a cell phone to call her twin sister Karen. No luck, she goes into a c ...

                                               

Jumpin' Jack Flash (film)

Help Jack Flash 1986 American Comedy film starring Whoopi Goldberg. The film was shot by Director penny Marshall in her theatrical film directorial debut. The soundtrack includes two versions of the song "help Jack Flash": the original by the rol ...

                                               

The Dictator (2012 film)

The dictator 2012 political satire Comedy co-written by and starring Sacha Baron Cohen as his fourth feature film in a leading role. The film is directed by Larry Charles, who previously directed Baron Cohens mockumentaries Borat and Bruno. Baron ...

                                               

The Home of Dark Butterflies

Tummien perhosten Koti 2008 Finnish Director dome Karukoski with the participation of Niilo Syvaoja, Tommy pored, Kristina Halttu and Kati Outinen. The film is an adaptation of a famous novel of the same name lander Lina. The home of dark butterf ...

                                               

Delivery (film)

Delivery is carried out in the 2005 short animated film by German digital artist, graphic designer and filmmaker till Nowak and his graduation film project.

                                               

Daughter (disambiguation)

"Daughters" song by John Mayer, a song from John Meyers 2003 album heavier things. "Daughter" song, the song from pearl Jams 1993 album vs. "Daughters" song for NAS, a song from NAS album 2012 life is good.

                                               

Desire (disambiguation)

Interpersonal attraction. (Межличностного притяжения) Want economy. (Хотите, экономика) Motivation, the thought that leads to action. Tanhā, craving in Buddhist psychology. Liberetto, involuntary as romantic desire. Lust, intense attraction to se ...

                                               

The Sound Barrier

The sound barrier 1952 British aviation film directed by David lean. This is a fictional story about attempts by the designers of aircraft and test pilots to break the sound barrier. It was David leans the third and final film with his wife Ann T ...

                                               

Bonjour Tristesse (film)

Bonjour sadness in 1958 the Anglo-American Academy award for best actor in a Cinemascope format, directed and produced by Otto Preminger screenplay by Arthur laurents based on the novel of the same name by Francoise Sagan. Starring: Deborah Kerr, ...

                                               

Van Diemen's Land (film)

Van Diemens Land is a 2009 Australian Thriller in 1822 in colonial Tasmania. It follows the story of the infamous Irish convict, Alexander Pearce, played by Oscar Redding and his escape with seven other convicts. VoiceOver and some dialogue in Irish.

                                               

Zina (film)

Zinas award-winning 1985 Director Ken McMullen. It tells the story of a twentieth century Antigone, Zinaida Volkova, daughter of Leon Trotsky. In the 1930-ies Berlin, Zina solved Adlerian psychotherapist Professor Arthur Kronfeld. During this psy ...

                                               

Toys (film)

Toys 1992 American science fiction Comedy film directed by Barry Levinson, which was co-written by Levinson and Valerie Curtin, starring: Robin Williams, Michael Gambon, Joan Cusack, Robin Wright, ll cool j, and Jamie Foxx in his debut film. Rele ...

                                               

Inspector (disambiguation)

The inspector of police rank and an administrative position. The inspector or the inspector may also refer to: Inspector, people working in the field of inspection.

                                               

Artificial Paradises (film)

Artificial Paradise-Brazilian movie-drama 2012 Director: Marcos Prado starring Natalia dill, Luca Bianchi and Livia de Bueno.

                                               

L'Auberge Espagnole

Learn Espanol, also known as pot luck and the Spanish apartment, 2002 French-Spanish-Director: Cedric Klapisch. This is a joint production of man, through the digital, tank films, CE qui me meut, France 2 cinema and Studio canal). The film is abo ...

                                               

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (film)

How to succeed in business without really trying is a 1967 American musical Comedy film based on the 1961 stage musical of the same name, which in turn was based on the book by shepherd Mead. The film was made for the organization of artists and ...

                                               

Caramel (film)

Caramel is a 2007 Lebanese film - the First feature film by Lebanese Director and actress Nadine Labaki. The film premiered may 20 at the 2007 Cannes film festival, under a fortnight. He ran for the camera Dor. Caramel was distributed in over 40 ...

                                               

Casper (film)

Casper 1995 American fantasy-Comedy-drama film directed by brad Silberling, based on the Harvey comics cartoon character Casper the friendly Ghost created by Seymour Wright and Joe with links. The film stars: Christina Ricci, bill Pullman, Cathy ...

                                               

Audition (1999 film)

Audition is a 1999 Japanese horror film Director Takashi Miikes 1997 novel by Ryu Murakami. It is about a widower, Shigeharu Aoyama, whose son suggests that he should find himself a new wife. Aoyama agrees, and other, stages a fake audition to me ...

                                               

The Scapegoat (2012 film)

The scapegoat is a British film adaptation of the novel of Daphne du Mauriers 1957 of the same name. Drama written and directed by Charles Sturridge and stars Matthew Reese as double characters John standing and johnny Spence. It was broadcast on ...

                                               

Roads to Koktebel

The boys father go to the sea. They come in a freight car in the cab of the truck. They go from house to house, through the woods, across the field. In Moscow, they have nothing left. And there, the sea there is hope for a new happy start in life ...

                                               

The A-Team (film)

The team is a 2010 American Thriller film based on the 1980s television series of the same name created by Frank Lupo and Stephen J. Cannell. Co-written and directed by Joe Carnahan starring: Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper, Quinton Jackson, sharlto ...

                                               

Reds (film)

Reds is a 1981 American epic historical drama film co-written, produced, and directed by Warren Beatty. The picture focuses on the life and career of John reed, journalist and writer who chronicled the Russian revolution in his book Ten days that ...

                                               

For Greater Glory

For greater glory, also known as the Cristiada, 2012 epic historical war drama film Directed Dean Wright written Michael love, based on the events of the war cristeros. It plays Andy Garcia, Eva Longoria, Oscar Isaac, Ruben blades, Peter OToole, ...

                                               

Lace (disambiguation)

Lace mini series 1984 TV mini-series based on the eponymous novel by Shirley Conran. Miss lace, the protagonist of male call.

                                               

Wings (disambiguation)

The wings of the 1996 video game, computer game with space ships. Wings 1990 video game, World war I computer flying games by Cinemaware on.

                                               

Ratcatcher (film)

The pied Piper is a 1999 drama film written and directed by Lynne Ramsey. Set in Glasgow, Scotland, is her debut feature film and was shown in "UN certain regard" at the Cannes film festival 1999. The film won numerous Director awards, including ...

                                               

Summer Storm (2004 film)

Summer storm is a 2004 German-of-age tragicomedy directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner starring Robert Stadlober, Kostja Ullmann, Alicja Gus Lundgren-Curus, and Miriam Morgenstern. The story unfolds on the background of a rowing regatta, which climaxes ...

                                               

Elevator to the Gallows

"Elevator to the gallows", also known as Elevator to the gallows in 1958 French crime drama film Directed by Louis Malle, starring Jeanne Moreau, Maurice Ronet as criminal lovers whose perfect crime begins to unravel when Ronet stuck in the Eleva ...

                                               

Trap

A trap is a mechanical device used to capture or keep the animal for purposes such as hunting, pest control or environmental studies. Trap or trap may also refer to:

                                               

Rags (2012 film)

Rags is a Nickelodeon original movie. Its a musical, gender-switching inversion and modernization of the Cinderella fairy tale, starring Keke Palmer, Max Schneider, Drake bell, Avan Jogia and Nick cannon. The film premiered on Nickelodeon on may ...

                                               

Three (2010 film)

Three 2010 German drama film written, co-scored and directed by Tom Tykwer. The film was nominated for the Golden lion at the 67th International film festival in Venice.

                                               

People Die for Metal

The film is about a millionaire Gornostayev and dancer Ilona who do not agree on the opinion that is more important - youth and beauty or money. Ermine gives a promise to Ilona for two years to prove that wealth is more important.

                                               

The Family (2013 film)

Family 2013 black Comedy crime film directed by Luc Besson, starring Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Tommy Lee Jones, Dianna Agron and John DLeo. Film family of the mafia in the program for the protection of witnesses who do not want to change ...

                                               

Manolete (film)

Manolete, also known as passion in the United Kingdom, blood and passion in Canada, and a matadors mistress in the United States, in 2008 biopic of bullfighter Manuel Laureano rodríguez sánchez, better known as "Manolete". The film was written an ...

                                               

Mariken van Nieumeghen (1974 film)

Tuesday-drama 1974 Dutch film Director Jos Stelling. It is based on a 16th century text Tuesday. It was entered into the 1975 Cannes film festival.

                                               

Matterhorn (film)

Matterhorn 2013 Dutch Comedy Director: Diederik Frank de Bruyn. It competed in the main competition of the 35th Moscow international film festival.

                                               

Vixen!

Vixen! in 1968 American drama film and satiric softcore sexploitation film Director Russ Meyer starring: Erica Gavin. It was the first film received a X rating for its sex scenes, and was a breakthrough success Mayer. The film was developed the s ...

                                               

Revenge (disambiguation)

Revenge, Crime novel 2013 Martina Cole. Revenge: eleven dark tales, in 1998, short story collection Yōko Ogawa. A novel about revenge, or the stars tennis balls, a 2000 novel by Stephen fry.

                                               

Meteora (film)

Meteora is a Greek drama Film 2012 Director Spiros Stathoulopoulos. She competed in 62 international Berlin film festival in February 2012. The film takes its title from the Byzantine monastery complex of Meteora in Thessaly, a series of structur ...

                                               

Germ Z

Germ z, also billed as germ, is an American horror film 2013. It depicts residents of a small town who become infected with the bacterium that fall to Earth from space. It produced two thirds of the production.

                                               

Maurice (film)

Maurice is a 1987 British romantic drama film directed by James ivory, based on the novel Maurice by E. M. Forster. The film stars James Wilby as Maurice, Hugh Grant as Clive and Rupert graves as Alec. The supporting cast includes Denholm Elliott ...

                                               

Loggerheads (2005 film)

Loggerheads is an independent film from writer-Director Tim Kirkman, produced by Gill Holland and released in the United States by strand releasing in October 2005. After its debut at the 2005 film festival where he was nominated for the main pri ...

                                               

The Marine

The marine is a 2006 American action film starring: John Cena, Robert Patrick, Kelly Carlson, Anthony ray Parker, written by Michelle Gallagher and Alan B. McElroy and directed by John Bonito. He was drafted by Vince McMahon through the film prod ...

                                               

Husbands (film)

Husbands is a 1970 film written and directed by John Cassavetes. This ensemble film, which depicts three men of the middle class in the throes of midlife crisis, after the death of a close friend, stars Ben Gazzara, Peter Falk and Cassavetes. The ...

                                               

Mobius (film)

Russian spy, an FSB agent Gregory love is sent to Monaco to monitor the actions of the powerful Russian oligarch named Ivan Rostov. In the framework of this mission, the team recruits a talented financier named Alice. Suspecting her of infidelity ...

                                               

Moebius

Mark Mobius, born in 1936, emerging markets investments pioneer. Karl möbius 1825-1908, German zoologist and ecologist. August Ferdinand möbius 1790-1868, German mathematician and astronomer. Artists group of Mobius, an international group of exp ...

                                               

Natalee Holloway (film)

Natalee Holloway is a 2009 American television film directed by Mikael Salomon based on the book of Holloways Beths disappearance in 2005, her daughter Natalee Holloway. The film stars Amy Gumenick as Natalee Holloway and Tracy Pollan, Beth Hollo ...

                                               

Natasha (disambiguation)

Natasha is a name of Russian origin. Natasha may also refer to: Natasha is a 1974 film, Argentine film. Natasha crater, a crater on the moon. "Natasha", a song by Rufus Wainwright, a song from the album want one in 2003 Rufus Wainwright. Natasha ...

                                               

Never Let Me Go (2010 film)

Dont let me go in 2010 British dystopian romantic tragedy film based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguros never let me go 2005. The film was directed by mark Romanek screenplay by Alex garland. Never let me go is set in an alternate history and center ...

                                               

Wrong (film)

Wrong is a 2012 French-American independent surreal Comedy film written and directed by Quentin Dupieux. The film stars: Jack carpenter, which premiered at the film festival "Sundance" in 2012. It was part of the Toronto international film offici ...

                                               

No (2012 film)

No, its 2012 co-produced an international-historical drama directed by Pablo Larraín. The film is based on the unpublished play El Plebiscito, written by Antonio Skarmeta. Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal plays rené, in-demand advertising man wor ...

                                               

Bullet to the Head

Bullet to the head is a American action film 2012 directed by Walter hill. The screenplay by Alessandro Camon was based on the French graphic novel Du plomb dans La tete written by MATZ and illustrated by Colin Wilson. The film starred: Sylvester ...

                                               

Nowhere (film)

Nowhere in the 1997 American black Comedy drama film written and directed by Gregg Araki and starring James Duval and Rachel true as dark and Mel, a bisexual teen couple. The film is the third in a series of films Araki, which was named "teenage ...

                                               

Oblivion (2013 film)

Oblivion 2013 American post-apocalyptic action-adventure film co-produced and directed by Joseph Kosinski and produced by Peter Chernin scenario Karl Gajdusek and Michael deBruyn starring with Tom cruise in the lead role along with Olga Kurylenko ...

                                               

A Single Man

A single man is a 2009 American drama film based on the novel of the same name by Christopher Isherwood. The directorial debut of fashion designer Tom Ford, starring Colin Firth, who was nominated for the award "Oscar" for Best actor for his perf ...

                                               

Waiting

"Waiting", a song by girls aloud from chemistry. "Waiting", a song shiny toy guns we are pilots from. "Waiting", a song Cheryl Cole messy little raindrops. "Waiting", a song the red jumpsuit apparatus from dont fake it. "Waiting" song Qian 2018. ...

                                               

Terry Pratchett's Going Postal

Terry Pratchetts going postal is a two-part television film adaptation of going postal by Terry Pratchett, adapted by Richard Kurti and Bev Doyle and produced by the mob, which was first broadcast on Sky1 and in high definition on Sky1 HD, at the ...

                                               

End of Watch

End of watch is a 2012 American action Thriller film written and directed by David Ayer. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael peña as Brian Taylor and Miguel Zavala, two Los Angeles police Department employees that work in South Los Angeles. The ...

                                               

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters

Percy Jackson: Sea of monsters is 2013 American fantasy adventure film Director Thor Freudenthal. It is the second installment in a series of movies about Percy Jackson based on the 2006 novel the Sea of monsters Rick Riordan. It is the sequel to ...

                                               

Pessi and Illusia

Pessi and illusion is a 1984 Finnish fantasy film directed by Heikki Partanen. The film was selected as the Finnish entry for the Best foreign language film at the 57th ceremony of the Academy awards, but was not accepted as a candidate.

                                               

Loop

Loop mobile, a mobile operator in India. Loop mobile, a mobile virtual network operator in Bulgaria. Loops clothing company, founded by Carlos Vasquez in 1990-ies and wore Digable planets. Loops, reusable container program announced in 2019 at Te ...

                                               

Pawn (film)

Old gangster, with a hard drive containing records that he paid, is the object of competition between dirty cops, internal Affairs, etc. the Dirty cops hire a thug to get to a safe place in a diner at midnight. But he brings his friends and goes ...

                                               

The Piano Teacher (film)

Piano teacher 2001 French erotic psychological drama film written and directed by Michael Haneke, which is based on the 1983 novel of the same name by Elfriede Jelinek. It tells the story of an unmarried piano teacher at the Vienna Conservatory, ...

                                               

The Bridesmaid (film)

Bride in 2004, a psychological Thriller co-written and directed by Claude Chabrol. Its name in French is dhonneur La Demoiselle. The film is based on the novel the bridesmaid by Ruth Rendell.

                                               

Vice Squad (1982 film)

Morals in the 1982 action / crime drama Directed by Gary Sherman starring wings Hauser, season Hubley, and Gary Swanson. Original music written by composer Joe Renzetti and Keith Rubenstein. Wings Hauser sang the vocal track on movies opening and ...

                                               

Winged Creatures (film)

Winged creatures is a 2008 crime Director: Rowan woods starring: Kate beckinsale, Dakota fanning, Josh Hutcherson, guy Pearce, forest Whitaker, Jennifer Hudson, Jackie Earle Haley, Jean Tripplehorn and Embeth Davidtz. This adaptation of the novel ...

                                               

After the Sunset

After the sunset 2004 action Comedy Directed by Brett Ratner and starring pierce Brosnan as Max Burdett, a master thief caught in a chase, the FBI agent Stan Lloyd, played by woody Harrelson. It was filmed in the Bahamas. The film was a critical ...

                                               

The Last Tango

                                               

Get Low (film)

Make a low is a drama film of 2010 about the hermit Tennessee in the 1930-ies, who throws his own funeral party while still alive. It was directed by Aaron Schneider, written Chris Provenzano and C. Gaby Mitchell starring: Robert Duvall, bill Mur ...

                                               

Hate Crime (2005 film)

Crime hate 2005 mystery drama film written and directed by Tommy Stovall and starring Seth Peterson, Bruce Davison, Chad Donella, Cindy Pickett, and Brian J. Smith. Making the movie Stovalls first experience on stage and working with actors, he u ...

                                               

Workers' Settlement

Pleshcheyev lost his eyesight during the war. Returning home, he starts drinking. His wife decides to leave the family, and he stays with his son. And suddenly an old friend of Pleshcheyev, returns from the army.

                                               

Ram Rajya

RAM Rajya 1943 Hindi historical film, directed by Vijay Bhatt, with Prem ADIB and Shobhna Samarth in the lead roles of Rama and SITA. He was the third highest grossing Indian film of 1943. The film gained significance, as for title it used the te ...

                                               

Stand Up Guys

Stand up guys is a 2012 American crime Comedy Directed by Fisher Stevens starring al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin. The film was released in North America on February 1, 2013. "Man" is an American phrase meaning a loyal and reliable f ...

                                               

Roxanne (film)

Roxanne 1987 American romantic Comedy directed Fred Schepisi starring Steve Martin and Daryl Hannah. It is a modern retelling of Edmond Rostands 1897 verse play "Cyrano de Bergerac" adapted by Steve Martin. Rostand mentioned in the opening credits.

                                               

The Rum Diary (film)

The rum diary 2011 American Comedy-drama film written and directed by Bruce Robinson based on the novel of the same name by hunter S. Thompson. It stars johnny Depp, Aaron Eckhart, Michael Rispoli, amber heard, Richard Jenkins, Giovanni Ribisi. F ...

                                               

Any Day Now (2012 film)

Any day now is an American drama film 2012 Directed by Travis fine who rewrote the original screenplay that George Arthur bloom had written 30 years ago.

                                               

Sex and the City (film)

Sex and the city 2008 American romantic Comedy written and directed by Michael Patrick king in his feature film directorial debut, a continuation of the 1998-2004 HBO Comedy-drama series of the same name About four female friends: Carrie Bradshaw ...

                                               

Torch Song Trilogy (film)

Trilogy Torch songs 1988 American Comedy-drama film adapted by Harvey Fierstein from his play of that title. Director Paul Bogart and stars Fierstein as Arnold, Anne Bancroft as MA Beckoff, Matthew Broderick as Alan, Brian Kerwin as ed, and Eddie ...

                                               

The Blue Lamp

Blue lamp 1950 British police drama, Directed by Basil Dearden and starring Jack Warner, as a veteran of PC Dixon, Jimmy Hanley as a Beginner PC Mitchell, and Dirk bogarde as the criminal, Tom Riley. The name refers to the blue lamps that traditi ...

                                               

Syrup (film)

Syrup 2013 American Comedy-drama film Directed by Aram Rappaport and based on the novel of the same name by max Barry. Your video on the release date of the demand was on may 1, 2013, and its us theater release date was June 7, 2013.

                                               

Track

Fossil path, like a trace fossil, as a rule, keeping the line of animal tracks. Vineyard trek, land of the property is determined by law, designed for growing grapes. Trail. (След) Forest track, dirt road or trail through the woods. Path, an anci ...

                                               

Somers Town (film)

Somers town is a 2008 film directed by Shane meadows, written by Paul Fraser and produced by Barnaby Spurrier. It stars Thomas Turgoose, Piotr Jagiello, Kate Dickie, Perry Benson, and ELISA Lasowski. It was fully financed by Eurostar. The film is ...

                                               

Passion

Stoic passions, various forms of emotional suffering in stoicism. The philosophy of the passions, emotional States as used in philosophical discussions. Passion, emotion, very strong feeling about a person or thing.

                                               

Shame (disambiguation)

"Shame" drowning pool song 2009. "Shame" Keith urban song, 2013. "Shame" orchestral maneuvers in the dark song, 1987. "Shame" song rhythmic gymnastics, 1987. "Shame" song saved 2006. "Shame", the song bill Fay in 1000 days 1.000 songs 2017. "Sham ...

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