Behind The Sun(1995)
Black Sun: The Nanking Massacre, also called Men Behind the Sun 4, is a 1995 Hong Kong historical exploitation horror film written and directed by Mou Tun Fei and is a follow up to his 1988 film Men Behind the Sun. The movie depicts the events behind the Nanking Massacre committed by the Imperial Japanese army against Chinese citizens and refugees during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
Behind the Sun(1995)
The movie's heroine is Billy (Marina Sudina), a young mute who is working as the makeup and special effects person on a low-budget horror film. One night, lingering behind to finish a task, she is mistakenly locked inside the studio and cannot, of course, call out for help. She tries telephoning her sister's apartment and tapping on the receiver, but the sister's husband dismisses the calls as pranks. It appears she will have to spend the night.
Wandering back to the set, she is startled to find it being used for other purposes. Some of the technicians on the horror film are using the company's facilities for their own after-hours production. Billy, hidden behind scenery, watches. It appears they are making a porno film. Then, with horror, Billy realizes they are making a snuff film: She witnesses the gruesome death of an actress.
The film is set in Russia for a reason, we discover; the people making the evil films are connected mysteriously to someone called the Reaper, a criminal who is powerful behind the scenes of the establishment. And during the filming of the snuff scene, a computer disk containing crucial information involving him is sent spinning across the floor - to a secret resting place that only Billy knows. All of these strands come together in a climactic confrontation.
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In 1975, Swartz invented and developed a marketing plan for a product called "SUN-BUG." See Am.Compl. 4-5. The general idea behind SUN-BUG was to combine the advantages of sun-screen and insect-repellant into a single topical product. See id. "After the idea, business, product and trademark were developed, and said trademark was used over a wide area," the Schering Defendants solicited information about SUN-BUG from three of Swartz' friends involved in the development of the product: (i) Dr. Robert Berlin ("Dr.Berlin"), (ii) Ms. Katharine Berlin ("Ms.Berlin"), and (iii) Ms. Elizabeth Solomon ("Solomon"). See id. at 6. Between 1975 and 1976, these three individuals had repeated discussions about SUN-BUG with high-level employees at Schering including President Abraham Plough, Board Member Harry Somson ("Somson"), and the Director of Product Development. See id. Moreover, Dr. Berlin "confidentially shared the entire concept" behind SUN-BUG with the Schering Defendants. See id.
Because of its unusual brightness, and in order to follow the future evolution of Comet Hale-Bopp, coordinated observations at La Silla are now being planned for the next two months. Thereafter, the comet will move behind the Sun as seen from the Earth and observations with the large telescopes will only become possible again in March 1996. There is no doubt, however, that from then on, its further development will be followed with great care by the observers. Better predictions for its brightness near perihelion will also become available. If further positions show that the 3000-year period is correct, it will also then be possible to confirm it independently of the presumed 1993 observation.
Earlier this summer, as I was driving to work, I was (perhaps foolishly) enjoying a large Tim Hortons Iced Capp behind the wheel. Bad idea. After one particularly large swallow, I felt that dreaded, familiar cranial pressure that fleetingly ruins all types of summertime fun: brain freeze. Luckily, I managed to maintain control of the wheel as I endured what felt like the total implosion of my brain. Just the worst. 041b061a72