Melodrama 2020 Mini Series — art film, independent film, auteur films, experimental films, art house cinemas, american art film, mainstream film, realism film, violent films, controversial film, short film: Art house directors, as a rule, do not strive for the box-office success of their films. They often experiment with mixing genres and innovative shooting methods, filling films with symbols, focusing the audience’s attention on social themes or the psychological component of the pictures. — Let me introduce you to an unusual project right now,
If you are in a positive mood, then let’s get acquainted!
Hey! My name is Paul Latushkin, I am the director of the Amateur web series Universe! I have shot for three seasons and have already spent more than 7 million rubles in my project in 10 years! My series about the universe is about an ordinary couple of lovers …
You will see a fascinating production, plot, filmed at home.
I will call myself a professional only when I gain at least a few walls of millions of views (for example, the final episode of the third season)))) …
in the meantime, I am an amateur and I am ready to present my project to you! What is he about?
Another fresh argument for nihilism is forthcoming from certain defenses of anti-natalism, the view that it is immoral to bring new people into existence because doing so would be a harm to them. There are now a variety of rationales for anti-natalism, but most relevant to debates about whether life is meaningful is probably the following argument from David Benatar (2006, 18–59). According to him, the bads of existing (e.g., pains) are real disadvantages relative to not existing, while the goods of existing (pleasures) are not real advantages relative to not existing, since there is in the latter state no one to be deprived of them. If indeed the state of not existing is no worse than that of experiencing the benefits of existence, then, since existing invariably brings harm in its wake, existing is always a net harm compared to not existing. Although this argument is about goods such as pleasures in the first instance, it seems generalizable to non-experiential goods, including that of meaning in life.
Based on the stories of Alexander Ragozin’s story «Beyond» the film «Bastards: Chapter Two», directed by Pavel Latushkin, starts with a story regarding unexplained events that occurred on the territory of the land, in Siberia, in an exceedinglyremote village known as «Upper Karbush» the total plot of the film is improvisation, in «Bastards» the script author set to use the legend regarding Omsk because the former town of imaginary place the Irish.
You will find an announcement for the first episode on the pages of our site — the first season — use the menu to open the page and watch the Universe web series for the time being for FREE !!!