Already in June, the Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf wrote “Limbs of no body – world’s indifference to Afghan tragedy”. Makhmalbaf tells of his own experiences over the making of “The Cyclist” (1988) and “Kandahar” (2001), both shot in Afghanistan, gives an in-depth account of “Afghanistan in the minds of the Iranian people” and presents a wealth of factual information about refugees, land mines, and the generally drab state of Afghanistan. A long text well worth reading.
we sent out the foot to get some chinese food hours ago. hasn't come back yet, though. oh well, you're getting a bit chubby anyway, my friend.
management (Sep 24, 00:05) #
don't friend me, you cruel sonofabitch of an abstract concept!
sock (Sep 24, 00:52) #
calm down folks. don't forget: we're all nothing but social constructs, so don't bicker about food, weight, and other concerns of physical triviality.
katatonik (Sep 24, 02:32) #
mighty productive today, aren't we? so what's for dinner?
sock (Sep 24, 11:46) #
oh danke. schließe daraus, dass du den code im greymatter-forum schon erspäht hast.
katatonik (Sep 27, 01:16) #