Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Silence must be heard










'Look into the others eyes, many frustrations
Read between the lines, no words just vibrations
Don't ignore hidden desires
Pay attention, you're playing with fire

Silence must be heard, noise should be observed
The time has come to learn, that silence ...
Silence must be heard
Or diamonds will burn, friendly cards will turn
Cause silence has the right to be heard

People talk too much for what they have to say
Words without a meaning, just fading away

Silence must be heard, noise should be observed
The time has come to learn, that silence ...
Silence must be heard
Or diamonds will burn, friendly cards will turn
Cause silence has the right to be heard'

Songwriters: CRETU, MICHAEL / GAD, JENS
Silence Must Be Heard lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

Friday, January 4, 2013

Sergiu Nicolaescu - Portrait







Cineastul Sergiu Nicolaescu, decedat joi, la vârsta de 82 de ani, a strâns, la capătul unei cariere de peste 40 de ani, o colecţie impresionantă de peste 60 de filme în care a îmbrăcat, pe rând sau, uneori, chiar în acelaşi timp, haina de regizor, scenarist şi actor, cu o abilitate neobişnuită.
Filmografia lui Sergiu Nicolaescu cuprinde peste 60 de lungmetraje, dintre care cele mai cunoscute sunt "Dacii" (1966), "Mihai Viteazul" (1970), "Atunci i-am condamnat pe toţi la moarte" (1971), "Cu mâinile curate" (1972), "Osânda" (1976), "Ultima noapte de dragoste", "Nea Mărin miliardar" (1979), "Ciuleandra" (1985), "Mircea" (1989), "Coroana de foc" (1990), "Triunghiul morţii" (1999), "Orient Express" (2004), "15" (2005), "Supravieţuitorul" (2008), film pentru care a obţinut cel mai mare credit, de 1,8 milioane de lei, la concursul Centrului Naţional al Cinematografiei, în 2006. 
( http://www.mediafax.ro)


Well-known film director Sergiu Nicolaescu passed away on Thursday, January 3, aged 82, at the Elias Hospital in Bucharest. Nicolaescu had been hospitalised on December 26.
At the end of the parliamentary session, Senator Sergiu Nicolaescu has had an emotional message for his colleagues: “I want to thank you for the wonderful four years together. I don’t have much to live and I’ve always wanted to finish things in my professional field, that’s why I didn’t take part to the elections. I want to tell you the sincerest ‘goodbye’ and also ‘A Happy New Year,” Nicolaescu said while addressing the senators.
Nicolaescu was elected MP for the first time in 1990 on the National Salvation Front’s lists (FSN). The latest legislature was his fifth mandate as social-democrat.
Film director, script writer, actor and film producer, Sergiu Nicolaescu had also taken part to the 1989 revolution.
Nicolaescu’s filmography includes more than fifty movies: “Atunci i-am condamnat pe toţi la moarte” (1971), “Cu mainile curate” (1972), “Osanda” (1976), “Ultima noapte de dragoste”, “Nea Marin miliardar” (1979), “Ciuleandra” (1985), “Mircea” (1989), “Coroana de foc” (1990), “Triunghiul mortii” (1999), “Orient Express” (2004), “15″ (2005), “Supravietuitorul” (2008).
“Orient Express” had been the most watched Romanian premiere movie, while ‘Mihai Viteazul’ (Michael the Brave) – featuring actor Amza Pellea – is considered his reference work. 

(http://www.nineoclock.ro/film-director-sergiu-nicolaescu-has-passed-away/)

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

The Moon


Luna tremurând -
micşorând depărtarea
dintre doi oameni.

Whisper to me moon
All the things I cannot see
Shouting in the day