Suis un peu perplexe quand même, me demande si cette histoire est bien réelle, ou si c'est des acteurs.Dans tout les cas, faites gaffe, c'est chiant, mais en même temps, on reste vite scotché...The United Nations Millennium Campaign created the Virtual Reality Series to bring the world's most pressing challenges home to decision makers and global citizens around the world, pushing the bounds of empathy.Building upon its mandate to amplify the voices of those who are often unheard, particularly the world's most vulnerable, the project seeks to show the human story behind development challenges identified by millions of people around the world.By showcasing VR experiences the UNMC is trying to help people with the power to make a difference have a deeper understanding of their world, and to hopefully act to make a difference.In addition to showcasing the VR experience at high-level UN meetings, the UNMC is working with partners to create advocacy platforms, awareness and fundraising campaigns.As a general principle, Lena Dunham does not believe in removing anything that she has posted to the Internet; but, after she received a million and a half hits on You Tube for a video that showed her stripping down to a bikini, climbing into a fountain on the campus of Oberlin College, and performing her ablutions, she reconsidered the value of having personal boundaries.The six-minute video shows her in violation of college rules: having rinsed her hair and brushed her teeth under the fountain’s anemic cascade, she is approached by a security guard, who asks her to desist.
It’s late summer, in the urban tangle of Queens, and Lena Dunham—showing no hint of exhaustion after months of writing, directing, and acting—is shooting the show’s season-three finale. This morning, they are shooting a bedroom tête-à-tête.
@Ujevic a écrit: Donc il y a des gens qui regardent d'autres gens en train de vivre? C'est une désolation totale ce que vous me racontez Vojack.
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She’s sitting on a bed, wearing the sort of tank top and bright-green pants favored by her character, Hannah Horvath. Over several takes, Dunham and Williams embellish the script with improvisations, trying to catch each other off guard. ”Jenni Konner, an executive producer on the show, is seated in a director’s chair nearby.
Standing opposite her, head in a towel, is the actress Allison Williams, who plays Hannah’s highly strung friend Marnie. At one point, Dunham adds a laugh line about “chromosome sorting.” At another, she dreams up a gag about adopting chinchillas. She is Dunham’s professional partner, and, in many ways, the other half of her creative mind.