... ديگه تو اين تابستون، سر ظهر تو هرجاي شهر ميشه يه قلپ آب خورد و نيازي نيست تو كوچه پس كوچه مثل مواد فروشا يواشكي بطري آب رو زود سركشيد.
اگه گرسنه بودي ميشه رفت يجا ناهار خورد.
شايد باور نشه ولي حتي ميشه به راحتي توي ماشين خودت يه سيگار دود كرد.
عوضش همچنان ميشه دروغ نگفت، زيرآب نزد، قضاوت نكرد...
Shakespeare and Company. Naturally many of my friends familiar with Paris told me I must visit this bookshop and of course it wasn't disappointed. It's located right in front of the Noter-dam beautiful area. The collection of books is incredible, the interior is So creative and old. The only problem is that it's packed! I want to have my own bookstore-cafe one day 🙏🏼
🌟🌟🌟🌟 The Belko Experiment
The ironic concept of having to kill to survive is a topic explored in numerous movies and not only. In a twisted game of playing God, some people create the sadistic rules and some others simply have to comply or face the consequences.
This much is true in the case of the eighty foreign employees of nonprofit organization Belko, based in Bogotá, Colombia. That day, all Colombians are sent home, leaving only a fraction of the overall employees in the building. Among them, there are those who have just started working in the company, some who makes friends, others who make enemies, and some in a romantic relationship. Those who thought that it's "just another day at work" are receiving a rude awakening from a voice on the building's speakers. The voice asks that two employees out of the eighty should be killed, or there will be consequences. Everyone takes this as some kind of prank, but panic starts settling in. Soon, some employees get to pay the price for not complying, and it suddenly becomes too clear this was never a joke.
Not necessarily an original plot, yet The Belko Experiment is sufficiently engaging to the fans of the genre. Expect a lot of gore, which is carefully portrayed and doesn't always gross the viewer out.
All credit for this photo goes to the creative team behind the movie.