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Nicole Arbour exposes the biggest fraud in online history!

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Watch Badshah of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan in Aap ki Adalat

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"A compelling and oddly haunting combination of brutal and beautiful imagery."

The Isle (Seom) is a 2000 South Korean film written and directed by Kim Ki-duk, his fifth film, and the first to receive wide international acclaim for his now recognizable style. This film was screened at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival.

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WHO KNEW Bangladesh was THIS BEAUTIFUL?! Watching the sunrise from our boat as we drifted the floating local market is our favorite memory in Bangladesh.

After spending a couple days in the crazy capital of Dhaka, we took a 100 year old "rocket paddle steamer" boat overnight to the city of Barisal where we woke up before sunrise to catch all the action at the local river market!

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⁣Yaar Bina - Junoon Band

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⁣Pappu Yaar - Junoon Band

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⁣Sajna - Junoon Band

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⁣This may be a Vital Signs song but the Junoon-Vital Signs crossover version is the best. Given how half of Vital Signs went on to become Junoon, we can count this as one of the best Junoon tracks.

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⁣Sayonee - Junoon Band

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⁣Dosti - Junoon Band

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⁣Khwab: A short film on Junaid Jamshed. Directed by Imraan Ahmad Khan.

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In an alternate 1930's Prohibition-era New York City, it's not liquor that is outlawed but the future production of highly sentient robots known as automatons. Automata follows former NYPD detective turned private eye Sam Regal and his incredibly smart automaton partner, Carl Swangee. Together, they work to solve the case and understand each other in this dystopian America.

Putting a science fiction twist on the classic hard-boiled detective drama, Automata explores a dystopian alternative version of Prohibition-era New York City, similarly shaped by moral panic even though the alcohol flows freely here. In this universe, Prohibition doesn't ban drinking, but the further production of sapient androids that have become prevalent by the 1920s. As a result, the existing androids, called automatons, are shunned by society, relegated to an untouchable caste of servants despite their near-human thought capability, and are frequently subjected to hatred and violence. It's in this oppressive setting that human private detective Sam Regal (Basil Harris, "Grimm") and his automaton partner Carl Swangee (Doug Jones, The Shape of Water) work together to solve cases for both communities, learning to see humanity in one another while trying to prove that justice is still worth serving.

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DUST: Binge-watchable Sci-fi
DUST is the first multi-platform destination for binge watchable sci-fi. We feature science fiction short films and other content from emerging filmmakers with stunning visual effects, captivating plots and complex character explorations. Robots, aliens, space exploration, technology, and human experience are all a part of DUST.

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