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Monday, 25 August 2014

Cinema Lord Richard Attenborough at 90 has Died


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Richard Attenborough at 90 has died. Much respected within the film industry, a freind toCharlesand Diana helping to write some of her speeches..Best remembered by different people for different reasons.

Of my favourite films - Miracle on 34th Street. The courtroom setting when a child brings forth a dollar bill and on this is written IN GOD WE TRUST...Sometimes Judges need a reminder.


The gift was not materialistic gift that was desired.

Lord Attenborough starred as Kris Kringle in the 1994 festive hit Miracle on 34th Street .

What a grand run, 5 days before his 91st birthday...a full life and a career in an industry that is with those who are selected  also being stars in the shows. Actors bring powerful and important messages. In another movie Ghandi...pictured with Ben Kingsley with 9 Academy awards..

The director, pictured in 1982 with actor Ben Kingsley, with the nine academy awards that he won for Gandhi

Digital media is the way forward to deliver messages and share the stories that bring home some important truths..(There is  very important film comng out later in this year about the Exodus)

Legands leave their mark in the word..The person we did not know, the works of the person is for everyone to know and this is with it being made accessabile. What is the truth we must learn.

He is pictured second from left with Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Sam Neill, watching dinosaur eggs hatch in a scene from the 1993 movie

In Jurassic Park - with Jura being in the outer hebrides, actualluy I was introduced with the Lord of Jura online, we see people in this timeline looking at eggs of dynasaurs. With the genetic engineering taking place there is all sorts of evil taking place too. Hatching dynasaurs might be also an agenda.

Actors have a very important role to play, that teach us important lessons to know, understand and also to learn from.. Film directors are delivering the concept that expands awareness of what the story and lessons iare that is being presented...the creative process allows the extreme to be onsidered.

Brave men identify what has been carefully hidden...And the man was close enough to the people who control this land and recourses to know what else has been going on.

The legacy Richrd leaves is found in his movie messages

A man who will be missed - his message still remains"

Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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