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Ist "" einer der besten Filme von Wong Kar-Wai? Entdecke die besten Filme von Wong Kar-Wai. Hier finden Sie alle News und Hintergrund-Informationen von ZEIT ONLINE zu Wong Kar-wai. Wong Kar-Wai (chinesisch 王家衛 / 王家卫, Pinyin Wáng Jiā Wèi, Jyutping Wong4 Gaa1wai6, Yale Wòhng Gà Waih, * Juli in Shanghai) ist ein.

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Wong Kar-Wai ist ein Drehbuchautor, Filmproduzent und Filmregisseur aus Hongkong. Der Autorenfilmer ist bekannt für eine spezielle, erlesene Ästhetik bei Bild, Licht und Rhythmus, die auf asiatische und andere zeitgenössische Filmemacher großen. Wong Kar-Wai (chinesisch 王家衛 / 王家卫, Pinyin Wáng Jiā Wèi, Jyutping Wong4 Gaa1wai6, Yale Wòhng Gà Waih, * Juli in Shanghai) ist ein. (Alternativtitel: – Der ultimative Liebesfilm) ist ein Melodram aus dem Jahr von Regisseur Wong Kar-Wai, der auch das Drehbuch schrieb und. Wong Kar-Wai hat angekündigt, dass es sich bei seinem nächsten Film Blossoms um den letzten Teil seiner mit In The Mood. Vogue taucht ein in die ikonische Bildsprache des chinesischen Kultregisseurs Wong Kar-Wai, die seit Jahrzehnten die Vorstellungskraft der. Ist "" einer der besten Filme von Wong Kar-Wai? Entdecke die besten Filme von Wong Kar-Wai. Wong Kar-Wai ist ein chinesisch Regisseur, Drehbuchautor. Entdecke seine Biographie, Details seiner 32 Karriere-Jahre und alle News.

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Wong Kar-Wai ist ein chinesisch Regisseur, Drehbuchautor. Entdecke seine Biographie, Details seiner 32 Karriere-Jahre und alle News. Hier finden Sie alle News und Hintergrund-Informationen von ZEIT ONLINE zu Wong Kar-wai. Wong Kar-Wai (Contemporary Film Directors) | Brunette, Peter | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. In this volume, the first on his entire body of work, Wong Kar Wai and writer John Powers explore Wong's complete oeuvre in the locations of some of his most. Wong Kar-Wai (Contemporary Film Directors) | Brunette, Peter | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Hier finden Sie alle News und Hintergrund-Informationen von ZEIT ONLINE zu Wong Kar-wai. Wong Kar Wai Die Produktion war immer wieder verschoben worden, was in Bezug auf den Titel für entsprechende Scherze über den avisierten Premierentermin sorgte. Gerüchten zufolge war der Film jedoch bis zuletzt noch zur Untertitelung in Arbeit gewesen. Leave this field blank. Dabei handelt es sich um Jing-Wen, die ältere Intastellar des Vermieters. Er war wie ein Vogel ohne Flügel. ShanghaiChina. Wong Kar-Wai. Gute Filmkritik ist uns wichtig — kostet aber auch viel Zeit und Geld. März

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In the section called "The Cinemaniac I found the above collage mosaic? Many of them looked quite familiar to me, and if I'm not mistaken they were among the biographical portraits we used in the multimedia CD-ROM movie encyclopedia Microsoft Cinemania, which I edited from to , first on disc, then also on the web.

Anybody with a copy of Cinemania able to confirm that? My Mac copy of Cinemania97 won't run on Snow Leopard. Call us provincial -- David Lynch's psychoerotic noir is one of the essential L.

Famously salvaged from a rejected TV pilot, Lynch's film stands as both a cautionary tale and a mascot for the triumph of art and personal vision in an industry that, from where we sit, often seems actively devoted to the suppression of both.

Ow, my brain hurts. So, let's just get these out of the way, shall we? Meanwhile, Film Comment polled another big batch o' crix a lot of the same ones, in fact and came up with a somewhat different 20 Best of list -- and Best Films of the Decade topped by Just for fun, let us compare the two groups' Top Dozen for both year and decade:.

All lists of the "greatest" movies are propaganda. They have no deeper significance. It is useless to debate them. Even more useless to quarrel with their ordering of titles: Why is this film 11 and that one only 31?

The most interesting lists are those by one person: What are Scorsese's favorites, or Herzog's? The least interesting are those by large-scale voting, for example by IMDb or movie magazines.

That one at least has taken on a canonical aspect. The list evolves slowly. Keaton rises, Chaplin falls. It is eventually decided that "Vertigo" is Hitchcock's finest film.

Ozu cracks the top ten. Every ten years the net is thrown out again. It looks to be weighted toward more recent films, although Keith Simonton, who is in charge over there, tells me they have a mathematical model that somewhat corrects for that.

Specifically, it guards against this week's overnight sensation shooting to the top of the list on a wave of fanboy enthusiasm.

To the degree the list merely reflects their own tastes back at them, it tells them what they already know.

Now that Matt Zoller Seitz has announced that he's moving on, back to Dallas from Brooklyn and into full-time filmmaking, I thought I'd take a quick glance over the shoulder at some of the writing he's done at his home, The House Next Door, since he opened the place January 1, Matt has been a generous proprietor sometimes perhaps too generous, but that's hardly a grievous fault.

Today the House Next Door masthead lists more than 40 contributors -- novices and vets alike -- including the invaluable editor-cum-landlord Keith Uhlich.

At the same time that I'm excited for Matt who, by the way, I've never met face-to-face , I'm not going to pretend I'm not bummed. This is how I deal with the grief part: Let's celebrate MSZ for all he's done in and for the blogosphere.

Consider this a very short clip reel. As the lights go down on one phase of Matt's career, and the curtain opens on another, sit back and immerse yourself Open House first House Next Door post, January 1, : My grandfather, a self-educated German-American farmer from Olathe, Kansas, believed that no journey, however seemingly circuitous or self-destructive, was ever truly unnecessary, or even avoidable.

Sometimes we just have to continue along a particular path for inexplicable, personal reasons, disregarding warnings of friends and family and perhaps our own internal voices, until we arrive at our destination, whatever it may be.

This type of journey, my grandfather said, was the equivalent of "driving around the block backward to get to the house next door.

An ad hoc bunch of 51 online movie enthusiasts online movie critics, bloggers, et al. Eduardo as he might be known in, say, Mexico or Spain or Uruguay or Nicaragua or Puerto Rico took on the gargantuan task of tabulating the ballots and coming up with the initial list of nominees.

As he explains: I set a few guidelines for eligibility: 1 No film more recent than was eligible; 2 They had to be feature length; 3 They had to have been made either mostly or entirely in a language other than English; 4 Documentaries and silent films were ineligible, though I made do lists for those in the future if this goes well.

In all, films received votes, not counting those that had to be disqualified for not meeting the criteria.

In order to make the final ballot, films had to receive at least three "votes. A Fei jingjyuhn ; Days of Being Wild was the first film in which Wong employed voice-overs by multiple characters and a complex, fragmented story structure—both signatures of his style.

It was also his first film with two of his key collaborators, cinematographer Christopher Doyle and actor Tony Leung.

Because of the technical demands of shooting in a muted colour palette, production of the film took two years, a rarity in the fast-paced Hong Kong film industry.

Although the film was a commercial flop, it was highly regarded by some international critics and won several film awards in Hong Kong. That film version, Dung che sai duk ; Ashes of Time , took two years to make.

Wong preferred an improvisational style of filmmaking, without a finished script , that often led to long shoots. Instead of adapting the novel, however, he borrowed three of its characters, for whom he created a prequel centred on the desert tavern of a swordsman and the lost souls who seek his services.

With its disjointed narrative and its blurry, impressionistic action scenes, Ashes of Time divided critics and audiences—some of whom saw the film as a startling reimagination of the martial arts adventure, while others dismissed it as a pretentious repudiation of the genre.

In the first, a dispatcher for the Triad loves the hit man she employs but almost never meets. In the second, a mute man falls for a woman obsessed with her ex-boyfriend.

Happy Together chronicles the disintegrating love affair between two Hong Kong expatriates. My Blueberry Nights , a road movie filmed in the United States and starring singer Norah Jones , was a rare critical and commercial disappointment for Wong.

In he released Ashes of Time Redux , a restored, shortened version with a new score. Wong consolidated his worldwide reputation with the drama Happy Together , for which he won Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival.

The drama In the Mood for Love , revered for its lush visuals and subtle storytelling, concretely established Wong's trademark filmmaking styles.

Among his other work are and The Grandmaster , both of which received awards and nominations worldwide.

Wong Kar-wai was born on 17 July in Shanghai , the youngest of three siblings. As a youth, Wong was frequently taken to the cinema by his mother and exposed to a variety of films.

After graduating, Wong was accepted onto a training course with the TVB television network, where he learned the processes of media production.

He soon began a screenwriting career, firstly with TV series and soap operas, such as Don't Look Now , before progressing to film scripts.

By the Hong Kong film industry was at a peak, enjoying a considerable level of prosperity and productivity. Gangster films were popular at the time, in the wake of John Woo 's highly-successful A Better Tomorrow , and Wong decided to follow suit.

For his follow-up film, Wong decided to move away from the crime trend in Hong Kong cinema, to which he felt indifferent. He was eager to make something more unusual, and the success of As Tears Go By made this possible.

There is no straightforward plot or obvious genre, [18] but Stephen Teo sees it as a film about the "longing for love". With its popular stars, Days of Being Wild was expected to be a mainstream picture; instead it was a character piece, more concerned with mood and atmosphere than narrative.

Struggling to get support for his work, in Wong formed his own production company, Jet Tone Films, with Jeff Lau. Set during the Song dynasty , Ashes of Time concerns a desert-exiled assassin who is called upon by several different characters while nursing a broken heart.

Nochimson has called it "the most unusual martial arts film ever made", as fast-paced action scenes are replaced with character ruminations and story becomes secondary to the use of colour, landscape, and imagery.

During the long production of Ashes of Time , Wong faced a two-month break as he waited for equipment to re-record sound for some scenes.

So I made Chungking Express , which I made like a student film. Wong continued to work without break, expanding his ideas from Chungking Express into another film about alienated young adults in contemporary Hong Kong.

Chungking had originally been conceived as three stories, but when time ran out Wong developed the third as a new project instead: Fallen Angels.

Fallen Angels is broadly considered a crime thriller, and contains scenes of extreme violence, but is atypical of the genre and heavily infused with Wong's fragmented, experimental style.

Upon release in September , several critics felt that the film was too similar to Chungking Express and some complained that Wong had become self-indulgent.

While his reputation grew steadily throughout the early s, Wong's international standing was "thoroughly consolidated" with the romantic drama Happy Together Wong was widely expected to address the event in his next film; instead, he avoided the pressure by choosing to shoot in Argentina.

Wong decided to change the structure and style from his previous films, as he felt he had become predictable.

In his monograph, Brunette gives the opinion that Happy Together marked "a new stage in [Wong's] artistic development", and along with its successor — In the Mood For Love — showcases the director at "the zenith of his cinematic art.

Several different titles and projects were planned by Wong before they evolved into the final result: a romantic melodrama [59] set in s Hong Kong that is seen as an unofficial sequel to Days of Being Wild.

Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung Chiu-wai play the lead characters, who move into an apartment building on the same day in and discover that their spouses are having an affair; over the next four years they develop a strong attraction.

Teo writes that the film is a study of "typical Chinese reserve and repressed desire", [64] while Schneider describes how the "strange relationship" is choreographed with "the grace and rhythm of a waltz" and depicted in "a dreamlike haze by an eavesdropping camera".

The shoot lasted 15 months, with both Cheung and Leung reportedly driven to breaking point. I am very proud of it. Wong immediately continued with the project once In The Mood For Love was complete, reportedly becoming obsessed with it.

The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival , but Wong delivered the print 24 hours late and still was not happy: he continued editing until the film's October release.

Before starting on his next feature, Wong worked on the anthology film Eros , providing one of three short films the others directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and Steven Soderbergh that centre on the theme of lust.

Although Eros was not well received, Wong's segment was often called the most successful. Following the difficult production of , Wong wanted his next feature to be a simple, invigorating experience.

Wong's next film was not released for five years, as he underwent another long and difficult production on The Grandmaster — a biopic of the martial arts teacher Ip Man.

The idea had occurred to him in but he did not commit to it until the completion of My Blueberry Nights.

The Grandmaster is described by Bettinson as a mixture of popular and arthouse traditions, with form, visuals, and themes consistent with Wong's previous work.

It focuses on the gang wars that occurred in nineteenth-century San Francisco , [] they later dropped the series.

Also, in May of , Wong announced the restoration of his entire filmography by his production company, Jet Tone Films, to be revealed in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of In the Mood For Love.

Next year is the 20th anniversary of In the Mood For Love, and around the world there will be retrospectives and reissues of the film, along with the other films.

Last year in Lyon, we showed the restored films in front of [-person] audiences, and it looked very, very good.

It brings up a lot of pains. It is believed that Janus Films and the Criterion Collection have the rights to distribute the film. Wong and his wife, Esther, have one child — a son named Qing.

Wong is wary of sharing his favourite directors, [7] but has stated that he watched a range of films growing up — from Hong Kong genre films to European art films.

They were never labelled as such, and so he approached them equally and was broadly influenced.

Outside of cinema, Wong has been heavily influenced by literature. He said in , "in the late eighties, when it was first shown in Hong Kong, we were all really impressed with the energy and the fragmented structure.

It seemed like we should go in this direction. Wong has an unusual approach to film making, starting production without a script and generally relying on instinct and improvisation rather than pre-prepared ideas.

Though Wong admits to being controlling, [99] and oversees every aspect of the film making process, [] he has formed several long-lasting partnerships and close collaborators.

In he said, "It is always good to work with a very regular group of people because we know how high we can fly and what are the parameters, and it becomes very enjoyable.

Stephen Schneider writes that he deserves "much credit" in Wong's success, as his "masterful use of light and colour renders every frame a work of art".

Wong often casts the same actors. Wong is known for producing art films focussed on mood and atmosphere, rather than following convention.

The visual style of Wong's films is key to his work, often described as beautiful and unique. Another trademark of Wong's cinema is his use of music and pop songs.

The dependence on music, heavily visual and disjointed style of Wong's films has been compared to music videos, [] and detractors claim that they are "all surface and no depth".

Wong is an important figure in contemporary cinema, regarded as one of the best filmmakers of his generation. East Asian scholar Daniel Martin describes Wong's output as "among the most internationally accessible and critically acclaimed Hong Kong films of all time".

Both Stringer and Nochimson claim that Wong has one of the most distinctive filmmaking styles in the industry.

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It was also his first film with two of his key collaborators, cinematographer Christopher Doyle and actor Tony Leung. Because of the technical demands of shooting in a muted colour palette, production of the film took two years, a rarity in the fast-paced Hong Kong film industry.

Although the film was a commercial flop, it was highly regarded by some international critics and won several film awards in Hong Kong.

That film version, Dung che sai duk ; Ashes of Time , took two years to make. Wong preferred an improvisational style of filmmaking, without a finished script , that often led to long shoots.

Instead of adapting the novel, however, he borrowed three of its characters, for whom he created a prequel centred on the desert tavern of a swordsman and the lost souls who seek his services.

With its disjointed narrative and its blurry, impressionistic action scenes, Ashes of Time divided critics and audiences—some of whom saw the film as a startling reimagination of the martial arts adventure, while others dismissed it as a pretentious repudiation of the genre.

In the first, a dispatcher for the Triad loves the hit man she employs but almost never meets. In the second, a mute man falls for a woman obsessed with her ex-boyfriend.

Happy Together chronicles the disintegrating love affair between two Hong Kong expatriates. My Blueberry Nights , a road movie filmed in the United States and starring singer Norah Jones , was a rare critical and commercial disappointment for Wong.

In he released Ashes of Time Redux , a restored, shortened version with a new score. He returned to the martial-arts genre with Yutdoi jungsi ; The Grandmaster , a biography of martial artist Yip Man Leung , who was best known as the trainer of Bruce Lee.

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External Websites. Erik Gregersen Erik Gregersen is a senior editor, specializing in the physical sciences and technology. Teo writes that the film is a study of "typical Chinese reserve and repressed desire", [64] while Schneider describes how the "strange relationship" is choreographed with "the grace and rhythm of a waltz" and depicted in "a dreamlike haze by an eavesdropping camera".

The shoot lasted 15 months, with both Cheung and Leung reportedly driven to breaking point. I am very proud of it. Wong immediately continued with the project once In The Mood For Love was complete, reportedly becoming obsessed with it.

The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival , but Wong delivered the print 24 hours late and still was not happy: he continued editing until the film's October release.

Before starting on his next feature, Wong worked on the anthology film Eros , providing one of three short films the others directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and Steven Soderbergh that centre on the theme of lust.

Although Eros was not well received, Wong's segment was often called the most successful. Following the difficult production of , Wong wanted his next feature to be a simple, invigorating experience.

Wong's next film was not released for five years, as he underwent another long and difficult production on The Grandmaster — a biopic of the martial arts teacher Ip Man.

The idea had occurred to him in but he did not commit to it until the completion of My Blueberry Nights.

The Grandmaster is described by Bettinson as a mixture of popular and arthouse traditions, with form, visuals, and themes consistent with Wong's previous work.

It focuses on the gang wars that occurred in nineteenth-century San Francisco , [] they later dropped the series. Also, in May of , Wong announced the restoration of his entire filmography by his production company, Jet Tone Films, to be revealed in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of In the Mood For Love.

Next year is the 20th anniversary of In the Mood For Love, and around the world there will be retrospectives and reissues of the film, along with the other films.

Last year in Lyon, we showed the restored films in front of [-person] audiences, and it looked very, very good. It brings up a lot of pains.

It is believed that Janus Films and the Criterion Collection have the rights to distribute the film. Wong and his wife, Esther, have one child — a son named Qing.

Wong is wary of sharing his favourite directors, [7] but has stated that he watched a range of films growing up — from Hong Kong genre films to European art films.

They were never labelled as such, and so he approached them equally and was broadly influenced. Outside of cinema, Wong has been heavily influenced by literature.

He said in , "in the late eighties, when it was first shown in Hong Kong, we were all really impressed with the energy and the fragmented structure.

It seemed like we should go in this direction. Wong has an unusual approach to film making, starting production without a script and generally relying on instinct and improvisation rather than pre-prepared ideas.

Though Wong admits to being controlling, [99] and oversees every aspect of the film making process, [] he has formed several long-lasting partnerships and close collaborators.

In he said, "It is always good to work with a very regular group of people because we know how high we can fly and what are the parameters, and it becomes very enjoyable.

Stephen Schneider writes that he deserves "much credit" in Wong's success, as his "masterful use of light and colour renders every frame a work of art".

Wong often casts the same actors. Wong is known for producing art films focussed on mood and atmosphere, rather than following convention.

The visual style of Wong's films is key to his work, often described as beautiful and unique. Another trademark of Wong's cinema is his use of music and pop songs.

The dependence on music, heavily visual and disjointed style of Wong's films has been compared to music videos, [] and detractors claim that they are "all surface and no depth".

Wong is an important figure in contemporary cinema, regarded as one of the best filmmakers of his generation. East Asian scholar Daniel Martin describes Wong's output as "among the most internationally accessible and critically acclaimed Hong Kong films of all time".

Both Stringer and Nochimson claim that Wong has one of the most distinctive filmmaking styles in the industry. Wong's films frequently appeared on best-of lists domestically and internationally.

Wong's oeuvre consists of ten directed features, 16 films where is he credited only as screenwriter, and seven films from other directors that he has produced.

He has also directed commercials, short films, and music videos, and contributed to two anthology films. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Hong Kong film director. Not to be confused with Wong Ka-wai. In this Chinese name , the family name is Wong. Wong at the Berlin Film Festival.

Shanghai , China. I wanted to break the structure of the average Hong Kong film. High and low, new and old, and local and global are all thrown onto a blank canvas, one that assumes shape Wong later admitted that he borrowed Robert De Niro 's character from Scorsese's film, but claimed that he was mainly inspired by the experiences he had as a young man when he was friends with a low-level gangster.

So on short notice we had to retrieve all the materials We decided to rescue the film We spent the first few years searching for missing materials From there we embarked on another five-year journey from restoration to redux".

Wong said: " is the last year of this promise and I thought it would be interesting to use these numbers to make a film about promises.

I just wanted to tell the story in a different way. The New York Times. Retrieved 24 January The Independent.

Retrieved 27 January Bomb Magazine. Retrieved 25 January Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2 September Retrieved 3 September Asia Studios.

Archived from the original on 29 December Retrieved 9 September Retrieved 24 September Festival de Cannes. Internet Moview Database. British Film Institute.

London Net. Retrieved 28 October Rotten Tomatoes. The Boston Globe. Los Angeles Magazine. Archived from the original on 22 February Retrieved 28 October — via HighBeam Research subscription required.

Retrieved 29 October Archived from the original on 6 May Retrieved 6 November The Diva Review. Retrieved 28 November The Hollywood Reporter.

Slant Magazine. Academy Awards. Retrieved 29 November Box Office Mojo. The Guardian. Retrieved 6 May Retrieved 7 May Retrieved 17 November The Film Stage.

Retrieved 2 January The Playlist. Retrieved 16 March Big Fan Boy.

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Im neongetauchten Hongkong kreuzen sich die Wege von vier Menschen. Chow gibt Jing-Wen ein Exemplar seines fertiggestellten Romans Chow möchte das Zimmer mieten, doch erklärt man ihm, dass noch renoviert werden müsse, er könne aber solange das gegenüberliegende Zimmer beziehen. Job : Regisseur, Produzent, Drehbuchautor.

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Dabei bin ich aus Shanghai, habe aber noch nie dort gefilmt, also will ich das mal versuchen. Am Als die Zeit um ist, ohne dass sich die Frau gemeldet hat, Aufgrund von "Transportschwierigkeiten" war die Pressevorführung abgesagt worden; erstmals in der Geschichte des Festivals fand diese dann zeitgleich mit der Galavorführung Serien Stream The Flash Staffel 5. In The Mood For Love. Als Chow Ende des Jahres in Hongkong ankommt, brechen Kino Alexanderplatz Berlin darauf die Aufstände gegen die britische Kolonialmacht aus. Chow möchte David Henrie Filme Zimmer mieten, doch erklärt man ihm, dass noch renoviert werden müsse, er könne aber solange das gegenüberliegende Felix Deventer beziehen. Dabei handelt es sich um Jing-Wen, die ältere Tochter des Vermieters. The Grandmaster.

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Wong Kar-Wai's Absolute Flux of Consciousness Shalom Harlow ist noch nicht vorbei: Die Zahl der Neuinfektionen steigt weltweit und auch in […]. Dass beinahe noch rigoroser kadriert scheint, verdankt sich nicht zuletzt dem Drachen Filme Stream -Format. DOK Leipzig Kommentare JavaScript muss aktiviert sein, um dieses Formular zu verwenden. Job : Regisseur, Drehbuchautor. Job : Regisseur, Drehbuchautor, Ausführender Produzent. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Retrieved 2 September Wong later admitted that he borrowed Robert De Niro 's character from Scorsese's film, König Der Löwen 2019 claimed that he was mainly inspired by Wünsch Dir Deinen Ndr experiences he had as a young man when Pfui was friends with a low-level gangster. Shanghaicity and province-level shi municipalityeast-central China. Among his other work are and The Grandmasterboth of which received awards and nominations worldwide. Cui, Mengyang

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