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CLOSE your eyes and imagine Kevin Costner playing Michael Collins.

I know, it makes me shudder too.

But that shocking scenario almost came to pass during Costner’s Dances With Wolves heyday in the early 1990s, when he was perhaps Hollywood’s No.1 leading man.

The American showed interest in making a film about the life of The Big Fella, and apparently even visited Béal na mBláth, the scene of Collins’s death 99 years ago in his native West Cork.

We can only hope that Costner didn’t have the main role in mind, and be grateful that the task of making a biopic on the great man eventually fell to our own Neil Jordan.

His masterpiece, Michael Collins, had its premiere 25 years ago next month and became that rarity: an instant classic. A generation later, and few would quibble if I boldly stated it is the greatest Irish film ever made.

Given Ireland and its oft-divided history, to say that about a film depicting a man who had a murderous streak when it came to republicanism, and who was arguably primarily responsible for the partition of his beloved island, that speaks volumes about Jordan’s work, and that of his cast and crew back in 1996.

Of course, the movie took liberties with some of the facts, but its storytelling arc, the performances from all the main actors (bar Julia Roberts), its capturing of the mood of the time, the dialogue, and the mood of dread that builds as the film wears on, all make it stand out a quarter of a century later.

Actor Liam Neeson as Michael Collins.

There was some talk of Gabriel Byre playing Collins in the movie, but the decision to choose Liam Neeson was a masterstroke.

We didn’t need a smouldering star, but a man of stature and action, who ruled by sheer force of personality and charisma – and that was what Neeson brought.

Fresh from his breakthrough role as Oskar Schindler in Schindler’s List, the man from Ballymena was in his early 40s at the time, and still fresh-faced enough to play a man who was 31 years old when he was killed by an assassin, played by Cork actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the film.

The inspired casting included Aidan Quinn, brilliant as Collins’ friend Harry Boland, Stephen Rea, Ian Hart, and, of course, Alan Rickman as Éamon de Valera.

The scene when Collins helps break out Dev from prison, while the latter is in drag and chuckling away at the madness of it all, was a stand-out moment for me.

Interestingly, although the film was met by almost universal acclaim upon its release in November, 1991, the character of Dev was the most problematic for many viewers.

If Collins was to successfully be viewed as a hero, the film needed a counterpoint, and the British, despite a villainous role for Charles Dance as the leader of the Cairo Gang, couldn’t quite cut it; Dev was cast as the bad guy who turned on his old comrade.

Rickman, no stranger to playing panto villains in Die Hard and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, reined in his thespian relish somewhat for his role as Dev, but still portrayed him as a pale shadow of the Big Fella; an accountant-type and political fixer who shrinks beside the might of the action man soldier.

The film even falsely portrays Dev as having a hand in Collins’ death, while its famous closing remark by Dev that history would vindicate Collins at his expense, was shown in the film as a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The late American Roger Ebert, who became the first film critic to receive a Pulitzer Prize, alluded to this demonisation of Dev, when he lavished praise on the movie on its release.

Referring to that famous quote, Ebert wrote: “Even Dev could hardly have imagined this film biography of Collins, which portrays de Valera as a weak, mannered, snivelling prima donna whose grandstanding led to decades of unnecessary bloodshed in, and over, Ireland.”

Few would argue with that assessment of the film, and even Rickman, in 2009, indicated he was a little uneasy about how his portrayal of Dev appeared on screen. He claimed: “Scenes that we shot did not end up in the movie. I think ultimately those would have altered the tone of the film.”

Rickman, who passed away in 2016, said director Neil Jordan was trying to tell a huge story that probably would have been better served in a 16-week TV series. 

“To do what he did in two hours was pretty amazing,” he added.

Understandably, the image of Dev in the film has not gone down well with his descendants.

A few years after its release, then Minister Éamon Ó Cuív lambasted members of his own Fianna Fáil party for failing to do more to correct the portrayal of his grandfather. More recently, he felt the film failed to show “the vibrancy” of his grandfather, adding: “In terms of personal characterisation, there was no life in that de Valera, no energy.”

It’s interesting to note that de Valera was known as The Long Fellow because he stood at 6ft 3in – the same height as Liam Neeson, coincidentally – while Collins wasn’t quite 6ft; yet the film visibly shrinks Dev and puts Collins on a pedestal.

It was a theme Ó Cuív returned to in 2016, when he described the portrayal of Dev in RTÉ’s Rebellion as an “embarrassment”.

It has been a difficult time of late for defenders of de Valera, whose persona bestrode 20th century Ireland.

When the Michael Collins film came out in 1996, his legacy as a founder and pivotal person in the foundation of the state appeared secure, but in the past 25 years, and especially in the last decade, as a more liberal Ireland has emerged, he has become seen as a figure firmly from the past.

Dev is squarely blamed for turning the new republic into a Church state, and many of the religious scandals of the past 50 years have been laid at his door.

Furthermore, his decision to turn inwards economically was disastrous for generations, and completely at odds with the outward-looking, EU-loving modern Ireland.

As the world faces a climate breakdown, Dev’s decision to scrap the extensive railway network appears a particularly mindless folly.

While the image of Collins as a young man with fire in his belly is fixed in our minds, images of Dev conjured up invariably show him in his dotage as he neared the end of his long life of 92 years.

Some would call this a fair reassessment using a modern lens; others dismiss it as revisionism.

Whatever your take, it means Dev is unlikely to be viewed sympathetically for some time to come. Indeed, it could well be that future generations take the view that the Michael Collins film goes easy on him.

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CLOSE your eyes and imagine Kevin Costner playing Michael Collins.

I know, it makes me shudder too.

But that shocking scenario almost came to pass during Costner’s Dances With Wolves heyday in the early 1990s, when he was perhaps Hollywood’s No.1 leading man.

The American showed interest in making a film about the life of The Big Fella, and apparently even visited Béal na mBláth, the scene of Collins’s death 99 years ago in his native West Cork.

We can only hope that Costner didn’t have the main role in mind, and be grateful that the task of making a biopic on the great man eventually fell to our own Neil Jordan.

His masterpiece, Michael Collins, had its premiere 25 years ago next month and became that rarity: an instant classic. A generation later, and few would quibble if I boldly stated it is the greatest Irish film ever made.

Given Ireland and its oft-divided history, to say that about a film depicting a man who had a murderous streak when it came to republicanism, and who was arguably primarily responsible for the partition of his beloved island, that speaks volumes about Jordan’s work, and that of his cast and crew back in 1996.

Of course, the movie took liberties with some of the facts, but its storytelling arc, the performances from all the main actors (bar Julia Roberts), its capturing of the mood of the time, the dialogue, and the mood of dread that builds as the film wears on, all make it stand out a quarter of a century later.

Actor Liam Neeson as Michael Collins.

There was some talk of Gabriel Byre playing Collins in the movie, but the decision to choose Liam Neeson was a masterstroke.

We didn’t need a smouldering star, but a man of stature and action, who ruled by sheer force of personality and charisma – and that was what Neeson brought.

Fresh from his breakthrough role as Oskar Schindler in Schindler’s List, the man from Ballymena was in his early 40s at the time, and still fresh-faced enough to play a man who was 31 years old when he was killed by an assassin, played by Cork actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers in the film.

The inspired casting included Aidan Quinn, brilliant as Collins’ friend Harry Boland, Stephen Rea, Ian Hart, and, of course, Alan Rickman as Éamon de Valera.

The scene when Collins helps break out Dev from prison, while the latter is in drag and chuckling away at the madness of it all, was a stand-out moment for me.

Interestingly, although the film was met by almost universal acclaim upon its release in November, 1991, the character of Dev was the most problematic for many viewers.

If Collins was to successfully be viewed as a hero, the film needed a counterpoint, and the British, despite a villainous role for Charles Dance as the leader of the Cairo Gang, couldn’t quite cut it; Dev was cast as the bad guy who turned on his old comrade.

Rickman, no stranger to playing panto villains in Die Hard and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, reined in his thespian relish somewhat for his role as Dev, but still portrayed him as a pale shadow of the Big Fella; an accountant-type and political fixer who shrinks beside the might of the action man soldier.

The film even falsely portrays Dev as having a hand in Collins’ death, while its famous closing remark by Dev that history would vindicate Collins at his expense, was shown in the film as a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The late American Roger Ebert, who became the first film critic to receive a Pulitzer Prize, alluded to this demonisation of Dev, when he lavished praise on the movie on its release.

Referring to that famous quote, Ebert wrote: “Even Dev could hardly have imagined this film biography of Collins, which portrays de Valera as a weak, mannered, snivelling prima donna whose grandstanding led to decades of unnecessary bloodshed in, and over, Ireland.”

Few would argue with that assessment of the film, and even Rickman, in 2009, indicated he was a little uneasy about how his portrayal of Dev appeared on screen. He claimed: “Scenes that we shot did not end up in the movie. I think ultimately those would have altered the tone of the film.”

Rickman, who passed away in 2016, said director Neil Jordan was trying to tell a huge story that probably would have been better served in a 16-week TV series. 

“To do what he did in two hours was pretty amazing,” he added.

Understandably, the image of Dev in the film has not gone down well with his descendants.

A few years after its release, then Minister Éamon Ó Cuív lambasted members of his own Fianna Fáil party for failing to do more to correct the portrayal of his grandfather. More recently, he felt the film failed to show “the vibrancy” of his grandfather, adding: “In terms of personal characterisation, there was no life in that de Valera, no energy.”

It’s interesting to note that de Valera was known as The Long Fellow because he stood at 6ft 3in – the same height as Liam Neeson, coincidentally – while Collins wasn’t quite 6ft; yet the film visibly shrinks Dev and puts Collins on a pedestal.

It was a theme Ó Cuív returned to in 2016, when he described the portrayal of Dev in RTÉ’s Rebellion as an “embarrassment”.

It has been a difficult time of late for defenders of de Valera, whose persona bestrode 20th century Ireland.

When the Michael Collins film came out in 1996, his legacy as a founder and pivotal person in the foundation of the state appeared secure, but in the past 25 years, and especially in the last decade, as a more liberal Ireland has emerged, he has become seen as a figure firmly from the past.

Dev is squarely blamed for turning the new republic into a Church state, and many of the religious scandals of the past 50 years have been laid at his door.

Furthermore, his decision to turn inwards economically was disastrous for generations, and completely at odds with the outward-looking, EU-loving modern Ireland.

As the world faces a climate breakdown, Dev’s decision to scrap the extensive railway network appears a particularly mindless folly.

While the image of Collins as a young man with fire in his belly is fixed in our minds, images of Dev conjured up invariably show him in his dotage as he neared the end of his long life of 92 years.

Some would call this a fair reassessment using a modern lens; others dismiss it as revisionism.

Whatever your take, it means Dev is unlikely to be viewed sympathetically for some time to come. Indeed, it could well be that future generations take the view that the Michael Collins film goes easy on him.

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By Zineb Dryef and Yann Stofer

Posted at 4:02 p.m. yesterday, updated at 12:33 p.m.

“I didn’t see you last Friday”, Mélina Le Roy repeats, gently rubbing a small towel against her client’s wet hair. ” A burial “, Josiane answers, abandoning herself in the hands of the hairdresser who is now applying a balm “Protector” on her hair. Mélina continues: ” Who was it ? “ The client shrugs, the story is really not thrilling: a very old lady of 92 years, on the side of her in-laws. Not enough to compete with the previous topic of conversation: the mystery of the cancellation of the Bean Fair this weekend, while a funfair takes place in the streets of Arpajon, in Essonne.

100 “Fragments of France”

Six months before the presidential election, The world paints a unique portrait of the country. 100 journalists and 100 photographers crisscrossed the field in September to portray today’s France. A nuanced picture, sometimes tender, often hard, always far from prejudices. These 100 reports can be found in a large digital format published on October 20.

Josiane Grenou comes to have Mélina’s hair done every Friday at 11 a.m. A shampoo and a brushing: twenty-eight minutes, 10 euros. Every six weeks she does ” to resume ” her Venetian blond and her haircut. Every three months, its permanent. “I don’t like changing creameries”, she explains. Neither schedule. No need for an agenda to remember that the third Monday of the month, it’s manicure pedicure at the beauty institute of Juvisy-sur-Orge, Tuesday, butcher, Wednesday, bakery, and so on until Friday, where she drives to Arpajon for her brushing at Rital-Coiff. Habits that “Maintain”.

Josiane Grenou, a faithful of Rital-Coiff, in Arpajon (Essonne), September 17, 2021.

A “69 and a half”, Josiane does not intend to let go (“It’s not good for morale”) and she feels that it does her good to talk with Mélina, about “Entrust to someone those moments that we laugh and those moments that we cry”. Since the death of her husband in 2016, she has felt very lonely, a void that nothing can fill. “Forty-seven years of marriage… can you imagine? “ Forty-seven years of waiting for that moment when her husband, a railway worker, came home to sit down to eat. Forty-seven years preparing generous meals, running laundry all the time, listening to each other’s chatter, getting carried away by the calendar of vacations, back to school, dentist appointments and public holidays.

A life devoted to others. Josiane started working at the age of 14. At the factory, then at the hospital, as a nursing assistant. At 27, she was already the mother of three daughters. When her last one started to cry because she came home too late at night, Josiane decided to become a foster family – a burden that took up a lot of her time and energy, which her daughters, today. The 50-year-olds, 46-year-olds and 42-year-olds recently blamed him.

You have 91.65% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

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By Zineb Dryef and Yann Stofer

Posted at 4:02 p.m. yesterday, updated at 12:33 p.m.

“I didn’t see you last Friday”, Mélina Le Roy repeats, gently rubbing a small towel against her client’s wet hair. ” A burial “, Josiane answers, abandoning herself in the hands of the hairdresser who is now applying a balm “Protector” on her hair. Mélina continues: ” Who was it ? “ The client shrugs, the story is really not thrilling: a very old lady of 92 years, on the side of her in-laws. Not enough to compete with the previous topic of conversation: the mystery of the cancellation of the Bean Fair this weekend, while a funfair takes place in the streets of Arpajon, in Essonne.

100 “Fragments of France”

Six months before the presidential election, The world paints a unique portrait of the country. 100 journalists and 100 photographers crisscrossed the field in September to portray today’s France. A nuanced picture, sometimes tender, often hard, always far from prejudices. These 100 reports can be found in a large digital format published on October 20.

Josiane Grenou comes to have Mélina’s hair done every Friday at 11 a.m. A shampoo and a brushing: twenty-eight minutes, 10 euros. Every six weeks she does ” to resume ” her Venetian blond and her haircut. Every three months, its permanent. “I don’t like changing creameries”, she explains. Neither schedule. No need for an agenda to remember that the third Monday of the month, it’s manicure pedicure at the beauty institute of Juvisy-sur-Orge, Tuesday, butcher, Wednesday, bakery, and so on until Friday, where she drives to Arpajon for her brushing at Rital-Coiff. Habits that “Maintain”.

Josiane Grenou, a faithful of Rital-Coiff, in Arpajon (Essonne), September 17, 2021.

A “69 and a half”, Josiane does not intend to let go (“It’s not good for morale”) and she feels that it does her good to talk with Mélina, about “Entrust to someone those moments that we laugh and those moments that we cry”. Since the death of her husband in 2016, she has felt very lonely, a void that nothing can fill. “Forty-seven years of marriage… can you imagine? “ Forty-seven years of waiting for that moment when her husband, a railway worker, came home to sit down to eat. Forty-seven years preparing generous meals, running laundry all the time, listening to each other’s chatter, getting carried away by the calendar of vacations, back to school, dentist appointments and public holidays.

A life devoted to others. Josiane started working at the age of 14. At the factory, then at the hospital, as a nursing assistant. At 27, she was already the mother of three daughters. When her last one started to cry because she came home too late at night, Josiane decided to become a foster family – a burden that took up a lot of her time and energy, which her daughters, today. The 50-year-olds, 46-year-olds and 42-year-olds recently blamed him.

You have 91.65% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

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Ten stars have been sweating again since Saturday in the new “Masked Singer“-Season in crazy costumes, present their favorite songs on stage and make the audience ponder. Who is hiding under the mask? The information given by the broadcaster is notorious and hotly controversial. Only those who can interpret them can reveal the identities of the celebrities – but the encrypted clues cause a lot of headaches.

Of course, it is important to take ALL notes into account! If you had to scurry to the toilet while watching the “Masked Singer” and missed important key clues, you will now find all the celebrity tips from the first show here.

Garbage can “Mülli Müller”

“Mülli Müller’s” garbage can says: “Save the planet”Photo: ddp / Jens Krick

▶ ︎ Mülli throws banana peels out of his bin.

▶ ︎ Garbage collector: “You, Mülli, are you coming to the barbecue on Saturday?”

▶ ︎ The garbage can says: “Save the planet.”

▶ ︎ You can see a cargo bike on the “Mülli-Mobil”.

▶ ︎ A black cat jumps around on the garbage can.

Axolotl


The axolotl says of himself that he is a

The axolotl says of himself that he is a “permanent intern in the aqua zoo”Photo: ddp / Jens Krick

▶ ︎ “I am a permanent intern at the Aqua-Zoo.”

▶ ︎ It cleans, tidies up and counts fish: “86, 87, 88 …”

▶ ︎ “But what I love to do most, is to tell who I really am…” And greets the zoo visitors: “Hello, I am a Mexican salamander and I am a permanent larva. The best thing about it: I’ll never grow up. “

▶ ︎ Loves fresh water, doesn’t like salt water.

▶ ︎ Its gills, i.e. its hairstyle, can change colors: “Yellow means joy and fun!”

Mops


The pug's passion is love

The pug’s passion is loveFoto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ The pug is on the move on behalf of love.

▶ ︎ “Oh, cloud 7 is and will remain a heavenly place!”

▶ ︎ “I’ve already brought together so much that belongs together. Oh, that’s just a dream couple! “(Picture of Joko and Klaas is faded in)

▶ ︎ Pepper and salt shakers are shown: “Pepper and salt, they have been working together extremely well for years.”

▶ ︎ “Unfortunately, the pizza and pineapple split again.”

▶ ︎ “I’m always looking for new customers. Because my passion is just love. “

Teddy


The teddy has been through a lot and is pretty tattered

Teddy has been through a lot and is pretty tatteredFoto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ Comes on stage with a cane.

▶ ︎ The teddy bear is already quite “in love” – ​​tattered and with holes.

▶ ︎ “Everyone knows me, everyone loves me and everyone has me. Passed on from generation to generation. “

▶ ︎ Have tea with children and let them bring you to bed

▶ ︎ “Lucky charm, companion and sleep aid. I’ve been on quite a few adventures. “(Lands in the washing machine and falls out of the bicycle basket)

▶ ︎ “I had the same fate as many teddies. I got lost And I had to wait and see in the lost property office. “

▶ ︎ A sign with “Teddy’s treasure trove” is displayed: “That’s why I opened my own lost property office.”

Raupe Resi


Raupe Resi cuddles with moderator Matthias Opdenhövel

Raupe Resi cuddles with moderator Matthias OpdenhövelPhoto: ddp / Jens Krick

▶ ︎ You must first go to the security check.

▶ ︎ Then she goes to the studio: “Home is waiting!”

▶ ︎ She cleans the “The Masked Singer” studio: “I polish everything to a shine. The studio is my second home. “

▶ ︎ Go to cloakroom number 36, there are glittering costumes hanging there: “Oh, if only I had my own cloakroom here …”

Phoenix


Spectacular costume: the phoenix says of itself, it wants to spread joy and confidence

Spectacular costume: The phoenix says of itself that it wants to spread joy and confidencePhoto: ProSieben / dpa

▶ ︎ Subway passes by, from which the comic book “Saga of the Phoenix” falls.

▶ ︎ Speaker: “We write the year 540 after the solstice. The earth is in imbalance. Dark forces lurk with only one goal: to rule over the elements. “

▶ ︎ Earth globe is shown.

▶ ︎ Exploding volcano is shown.

▶ ︎ Speaker: “Bearer of light, brighter than the North Star, stands up to evil: the phoenix!”

▶ ︎ “I was born from the flame of the sun. My life’s work: to spread joy and confidence. “

Hammerhai


The hammerhead shark loves to be in the spotlight

The hammerhead shark loves to be in the spotlightFoto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ Large balloon and T-shirts with the inscription “Hai-Land”.

▶ ︎ Lots of visitors, like in the amusement park.

▶ ︎ Speaker: “It’s the opening of the year and the starting shot of a real shark mania.”

▶ ︎ “First of all, a friendly ‘Hai-Five’ in the group.”

▶ ︎ Hammerhead shark accepts the tickets.

▶ ︎ “I love to be in the spotlight. In search of the big audience I got blurred. “

▶ ︎ He dives and greets many fish that swim away in horror: “You don’t look like a shark at all …”

▶ ︎ He is standing at a bar: “Then I am stranded here” – watches pedal boats with two people and dances.

▶ ︎ Fans hold up signs: “You are good to eat” and “You are my shark light”.

skunk


The skunk speaks French and leaves a

The skunk speaks French and leaves a “breathtaking scent”Foto: Getty Images

▶ ︎ “Welcome to my cave of fragrances.”

▶ ︎ Speaks a lot of French.

▶ ︎ Creates loads of fragrances and perfumes.

▶ ︎ “I have an extremely good sense of smell. Skunks stink, yeah. But I like to smell good! “

▶ ︎ “That’s why I became a perfumer and I’m my best customer myself.”

▶ ︎ Repeatedly sprayed himself with perfume.

▶ ︎ “Today I leave my breathtaking fragrance.”

The heroine


The heroine asks: “Who am I?  Human or animal?

The heroine asks: “Who am I? Human or animal? “Foto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ Mystic Art and Celtic Words.

▶ ︎ Music from “Lord of the Rings” in the background.

▶ ︎ “The forest is my home. I grew up here. “

▶ ︎ Wolf runs through the forest.

▶ ︎ “Animals raised me, taught me wisdom and strength. My ears hear like the lynx. My eyes look like a hawk. “

▶ ︎ “Listen carefully. The voice speaks softly. But the heart screams loudly. “

▶ ︎ Holds sword and shield in hand.

▶ ︎ Cook on a campfire in the forest.

▶ ︎ “Who am I? Human or animal? “

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Ten stars have been sweating again since Saturday in the new “Masked Singer“-Season in crazy costumes, present their favorite songs on stage and make the audience ponder. Who is hiding under the mask? The information given by the broadcaster is notorious and hotly controversial. Only those who can interpret them can reveal the identities of the celebrities – but the encrypted clues cause a lot of headaches.

Of course, it is important to take ALL notes into account! If you had to scurry to the toilet while watching the “Masked Singer” and missed important key clues, you will now find all the celebrity tips from the first show here.

Garbage can “Mülli Müller”

“Mülli Müller’s” garbage can says: “Save the planet”Photo: ddp / Jens Krick

▶ ︎ Mülli throws banana peels out of his bin.

▶ ︎ Garbage collector: “You, Mülli, are you coming to the barbecue on Saturday?”

▶ ︎ The garbage can says: “Save the planet.”

▶ ︎ You can see a cargo bike on the “Mülli-Mobil”.

▶ ︎ A black cat jumps around on the garbage can.

Axolotl


The axolotl says of himself that he is a

The axolotl says of himself that he is a “permanent intern in the aqua zoo”Photo: ddp / Jens Krick

▶ ︎ “I am a permanent intern at the Aqua-Zoo.”

▶ ︎ It cleans, tidies up and counts fish: “86, 87, 88 …”

▶ ︎ “But what I love to do most, is to tell who I really am…” And greets the zoo visitors: “Hello, I am a Mexican salamander and I am a permanent larva. The best thing about it: I’ll never grow up. “

▶ ︎ Loves fresh water, doesn’t like salt water.

▶ ︎ Its gills, i.e. its hairstyle, can change colors: “Yellow means joy and fun!”

Mops


The pug's passion is love

The pug’s passion is loveFoto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ The pug is on the move on behalf of love.

▶ ︎ “Oh, cloud 7 is and will remain a heavenly place!”

▶ ︎ “I’ve already brought together so much that belongs together. Oh, that’s just a dream couple! “(Picture of Joko and Klaas is faded in)

▶ ︎ Pepper and salt shakers are shown: “Pepper and salt, they have been working together extremely well for years.”

▶ ︎ “Unfortunately, the pizza and pineapple split again.”

▶ ︎ “I’m always looking for new customers. Because my passion is just love. “

Teddy


The teddy has been through a lot and is pretty tattered

Teddy has been through a lot and is pretty tatteredFoto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ Comes on stage with a cane.

▶ ︎ The teddy bear is already quite “in love” – ​​tattered and with holes.

▶ ︎ “Everyone knows me, everyone loves me and everyone has me. Passed on from generation to generation. “

▶ ︎ Have tea with children and let them bring you to bed

▶ ︎ “Lucky charm, companion and sleep aid. I’ve been on quite a few adventures. “(Lands in the washing machine and falls out of the bicycle basket)

▶ ︎ “I had the same fate as many teddies. I got lost And I had to wait and see in the lost property office. “

▶ ︎ A sign with “Teddy’s treasure trove” is displayed: “That’s why I opened my own lost property office.”

Raupe Resi


Raupe Resi cuddles with moderator Matthias Opdenhövel

Raupe Resi cuddles with moderator Matthias OpdenhövelPhoto: ddp / Jens Krick

▶ ︎ You must first go to the security check.

▶ ︎ Then she goes to the studio: “Home is waiting!”

▶ ︎ She cleans the “The Masked Singer” studio: “I polish everything to a shine. The studio is my second home. “

▶ ︎ Go to cloakroom number 36, there are glittering costumes hanging there: “Oh, if only I had my own cloakroom here …”

Phoenix


Spectacular costume: the phoenix says of itself, it wants to spread joy and confidence

Spectacular costume: The phoenix says of itself that it wants to spread joy and confidencePhoto: ProSieben / dpa

▶ ︎ Subway passes by, from which the comic book “Saga of the Phoenix” falls.

▶ ︎ Speaker: “We write the year 540 after the solstice. The earth is in imbalance. Dark forces lurk with only one goal: to rule over the elements. “

▶ ︎ Earth globe is shown.

▶ ︎ Exploding volcano is shown.

▶ ︎ Speaker: “Bearer of light, brighter than the North Star, stands up to evil: the phoenix!”

▶ ︎ “I was born from the flame of the sun. My life’s work: to spread joy and confidence. “

Hammerhai


The hammerhead shark loves to be in the spotlight

The hammerhead shark loves to be in the spotlightFoto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ Large balloon and T-shirts with the inscription “Hai-Land”.

▶ ︎ Lots of visitors, like in the amusement park.

▶ ︎ Speaker: “It’s the opening of the year and the starting shot of a real shark mania.”

▶ ︎ “First of all, a friendly ‘Hai-Five’ in the group.”

▶ ︎ Hammerhead shark accepts the tickets.

▶ ︎ “I love to be in the spotlight. In search of the big audience I got blurred. “

▶ ︎ He dives and greets many fish that swim away in horror: “You don’t look like a shark at all …”

▶ ︎ He is standing at a bar: “Then I am stranded here” – watches pedal boats with two people and dances.

▶ ︎ Fans hold up signs: “You are good to eat” and “You are my shark light”.

skunk


The skunk speaks French and leaves a

The skunk speaks French and leaves a “breathtaking scent”Foto: Getty Images

▶ ︎ “Welcome to my cave of fragrances.”

▶ ︎ Speaks a lot of French.

▶ ︎ Creates loads of fragrances and perfumes.

▶ ︎ “I have an extremely good sense of smell. Skunks stink, yeah. But I like to smell good! “

▶ ︎ “That’s why I became a perfumer and I’m my best customer myself.”

▶ ︎ Repeatedly sprayed himself with perfume.

▶ ︎ “Today I leave my breathtaking fragrance.”

The heroine


The heroine asks: “Who am I?  Human or animal?

The heroine asks: “Who am I? Human or animal? “Foto: picture alliance/dpa

▶ ︎ Mystic Art and Celtic Words.

▶ ︎ Music from “Lord of the Rings” in the background.

▶ ︎ “The forest is my home. I grew up here. “

▶ ︎ Wolf runs through the forest.

▶ ︎ “Animals raised me, taught me wisdom and strength. My ears hear like the lynx. My eyes look like a hawk. “

▶ ︎ “Listen carefully. The voice speaks softly. But the heart screams loudly. “

▶ ︎ Holds sword and shield in hand.

▶ ︎ Cook on a campfire in the forest.

▶ ︎ “Who am I? Human or animal? “

.

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Are you the kind of person who has always dreamed of going to space? Or maybe you just want to learn more about the wonders of the universe? Either way, we have a selection of interstellar space documentaries just for you.

Watching sci-fi movies and TV shows based in and around space can be fun, but what if you crave something more realistic? Something that educates as well as entertains? Enter space documentaries.

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Are you the kind of person who has always dreamed of going to space? Or maybe you just want to learn more about the wonders of the universe? Either way, we have a selection of interstellar space documentaries just for you.

Watching sci-fi movies and TV shows based in and around space can be fun, but what if you crave something more realistic? Something that educates as well as entertains? Enter space documentaries.

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foreign countries Nuclear weapons competition

“It was a spacecraft” – China denies hypersonic missile report

China, Russia and the USA are preparing for hypersonic missiles

China, Russia and the USA are preparing for hypersonic missiles. This is also used in space travel

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In August, Beijing is said to have tested a nuclear-weapon capable hypersonic missile. Now China has denied the report: it was only a matter of routine tests of a spacecraft. Meanwhile, a US MP warned of a new Cold War.

China has denied a media report that the People’s Republic is said to have tested a hypersonic missile suitable for nuclear weapons. “It was a spacecraft, not a rocket,” said a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Monday. It was about routine tests to test the technology for re-use of the spacecraft. That took place in July.

A representative in the US Congress has interpreted the report on a Chinese test of a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile as a wake-up call. “This test should serve as a call to action,” said Republican Mike Gallagher on Sunday (local time). “If we stick to our current inactive course, (…) we will lose the new Cold War with communist China within this decade.”

Undermining US missile defense and threats of nuclear strikes

As the “Financial Times” reported on Saturday, citing five anonymous sources, Beijing is said to have tested a hypersonic missile capable of nuclear weapons in August. In a low orbit, it circled the globe once before missing its target by about 15 kilometers. According to the report, the test should show that China’s military is already much more advanced with its hypersonic weapons program than US intelligence agencies had previously assumed. Hypersonic weapons are particularly difficult to intercept because they can reach more than five times the speed of sound.

According to Gallagher, China has increasing capabilities to undermine the US missile defense and even to threaten it with nuclear strikes. The Republican represents the US state of Wisconsin in the House of Representatives and sits on the important committee on the US armed forces.

also read

WELT editor Stefan Aust

Plain text. Stefan Aust on the situation

Both the United States and Russia are currently working on hypersonic missiles. North Korea also stated that it tested a hypersonic missile in September. The Chinese Ministry of Defense in Beijing initially did not comment on the media report.

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foreign countries Nuclear weapons competition

“It was a spacecraft” – China denies hypersonic missile report

China, Russia and the USA are preparing for hypersonic missiles

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In August, Beijing is said to have tested a nuclear-weapon capable hypersonic missile. Now China has denied the report: it was only a matter of routine tests of a spacecraft. Meanwhile, a US MP warned of a new Cold War.

China has denied a media report that the People’s Republic is said to have tested a hypersonic missile suitable for nuclear weapons. “It was a spacecraft, not a rocket,” said a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Monday. It was about routine tests to test the technology for re-use of the spacecraft. That took place in July.

A representative in the US Congress has interpreted the report on a Chinese test of a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile as a wake-up call. “This test should serve as a call to action,” said Republican Mike Gallagher on Sunday (local time). “If we stick to our current inactive course, (…) we will lose the new Cold War with communist China within this decade.”

Undermining US missile defense and threats of nuclear strikes

As the “Financial Times” reported on Saturday, citing five anonymous sources, Beijing is said to have tested a hypersonic missile capable of nuclear weapons in August. In a low orbit, it circled the globe once before missing its target by about 15 kilometers. According to the report, the test should show that China’s military is already much more advanced with its hypersonic weapons program than US intelligence agencies had previously assumed. Hypersonic weapons are particularly difficult to intercept because they can reach more than five times the speed of sound.

According to Gallagher, China has increasing capabilities to undermine the US missile defense and even to threaten it with nuclear strikes. The Republican represents the US state of Wisconsin in the House of Representatives and sits on the important committee on the US armed forces.

also read

WELT editor Stefan Aust

Plain text. Stefan Aust on the situation

Both the United States and Russia are currently working on hypersonic missiles. North Korea also stated that it tested a hypersonic missile in September. The Chinese Ministry of Defense in Beijing initially did not comment on the media report.

.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634556230) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Portuguese admit that house will continue to be privileged" ["link"]=> string(78) "https://movs.world/portuguese-admit-that-house-will-continue-to-be-privileged/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 18 Oct 2021 11:09:44 +0000" ["category"]=> string(45) "HobbiesadmitcontinuehousePortugueseprivileged" ["guid"]=> string(78) "https://movs.world/portuguese-admit-that-house-will-continue-to-be-privileged/" ["description"]=> string(621) "Working, exercising, relaxing, playing with the children and spending time with family and friends are some of the activities that the Portuguese prefer to continue doing at home. For 92% of the Portuguese, the house will continue to be an excellent space for carrying out activities such as, for example, working, exercising, relaxing, playing with ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3852) "

Working, exercising, relaxing, playing with the children and spending time with family and friends are some of the activities that the Portuguese prefer to continue doing at home.

For 92% of the Portuguese, the house will continue to be an excellent space for carrying out activities such as, for example, working, exercising, relaxing, playing with the children and spending time with family and friends.

This is one of the main conclusions of the study “A (new) Portuguese house, for sure”, developed by LEROY MERLIN in Portugal and which aimed to understand the way in which the Portuguese look at the space of the house.

After a period of confinement, in which the house became a centerpiece in people’s lives, this study aimed to understand whether the Portuguese value the house they have, how they idealize their house in the future, the hobbies that emerged related to the home and how they intend to improve the management of this space.

SEE ALSO: HEAT THE KITCHEN FOR AUTUMN: SEE HOW TO DECORATE IT

the new role of the house

According to the same study, 85% of Portuguese claim to have started to attribute a different role to their home. In addition, 60% of the population surveyed said that they started to give more value to their home today.

In terms of challenges, the main difficulty that the pandemic context brought was the balance between personal and professional space, with only 45% of Portuguese people feeling that their home is a place where they manage to reconcile personal and professional life. On this balance, it is the younger age group (from 18 to 25 years old) where this reconciliation seems to be easier.

Looking to the house of the future, even though the need to make renovations and adjustments to their own homes is at the top of mind, 54% of Portuguese say they will continue to live in the house where they already live.

The younger age group, on the other hand, considers more the possibility of moving house, favoring a more efficient, more sustainable space that has, above all, a corner dedicated to social interactions.

As it is now a prominent place in their lives, comfort is one of the priorities of the Portuguese in terms of improvements to the space in the home. 60% of the Portuguese intend to update the decoration of the space to make the house more welcoming, while 54% consider improving the house’s energy efficiency as a priority (for example, in terms of thermal and acoustic insulation, solar energy, etc.).

It should also be noted that 47% of the Portuguese intend to remodel some division, taking into account new needs.

And when do you intend to make these renovations? 46% of the Portuguese intend to make this investment in the house within a period of six months to a year, focusing essentially on decorating the space, optimizing energy and restructuring the rooms – in order to meet the new needs that the pandemic context brought with it.

Sample

629 respondents (46% Men / 54% Women) with representation by region – including Madeira and Azores archipelagos

18 – 25 years – 13% | 26 – 35 years – 18% | 46 – 55 years – 18% | 55 – 65 years – 21% | +65 – 5%

Responses to this survey were collected in April 2021 and the results were compiled into this study in October 2021.

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Working, exercising, relaxing, playing with the children and spending time with family and friends are some of the activities that the Portuguese prefer to continue doing at home.

For 92% of the Portuguese, the house will continue to be an excellent space for carrying out activities such as, for example, working, exercising, relaxing, playing with the children and spending time with family and friends.

This is one of the main conclusions of the study “A (new) Portuguese house, for sure”, developed by LEROY MERLIN in Portugal and which aimed to understand the way in which the Portuguese look at the space of the house.

After a period of confinement, in which the house became a centerpiece in people’s lives, this study aimed to understand whether the Portuguese value the house they have, how they idealize their house in the future, the hobbies that emerged related to the home and how they intend to improve the management of this space.

SEE ALSO: HEAT THE KITCHEN FOR AUTUMN: SEE HOW TO DECORATE IT

the new role of the house

According to the same study, 85% of Portuguese claim to have started to attribute a different role to their home. In addition, 60% of the population surveyed said that they started to give more value to their home today.

In terms of challenges, the main difficulty that the pandemic context brought was the balance between personal and professional space, with only 45% of Portuguese people feeling that their home is a place where they manage to reconcile personal and professional life. On this balance, it is the younger age group (from 18 to 25 years old) where this reconciliation seems to be easier.

Looking to the house of the future, even though the need to make renovations and adjustments to their own homes is at the top of mind, 54% of Portuguese say they will continue to live in the house where they already live.

The younger age group, on the other hand, considers more the possibility of moving house, favoring a more efficient, more sustainable space that has, above all, a corner dedicated to social interactions.

As it is now a prominent place in their lives, comfort is one of the priorities of the Portuguese in terms of improvements to the space in the home. 60% of the Portuguese intend to update the decoration of the space to make the house more welcoming, while 54% consider improving the house’s energy efficiency as a priority (for example, in terms of thermal and acoustic insulation, solar energy, etc.).

It should also be noted that 47% of the Portuguese intend to remodel some division, taking into account new needs.

And when do you intend to make these renovations? 46% of the Portuguese intend to make this investment in the house within a period of six months to a year, focusing essentially on decorating the space, optimizing energy and restructuring the rooms – in order to meet the new needs that the pandemic context brought with it.

Sample

629 respondents (46% Men / 54% Women) with representation by region – including Madeira and Azores archipelagos

18 – 25 years – 13% | 26 – 35 years – 18% | 46 – 55 years – 18% | 55 – 65 years – 21% | +65 – 5%

Responses to this survey were collected in April 2021 and the results were compiled into this study in October 2021.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634555384) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(66) "Emmanuel Macron launches the States General of Justice in Poitiers" ["link"]=> string(86) "https://movs.world/emmanuel-macron-launches-the-states-general-of-justice-in-poitiers/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 18 Oct 2021 11:07:08 +0000" ["category"]=> string(63) "InternationalEmmanuelgeneraljusticelaunchesMacronPoitiersStates" ["guid"]=> string(86) "https://movs.world/emmanuel-macron-launches-the-states-general-of-justice-in-poitiers/" ["description"]=> string(654) "The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, during his speech in Marseille, October 15, 2021. GUILLAUME HORCAJUELO / AFP It must be a “Total overhaul” justice in France, promises the Elysee. In the midst of the controversy over the slowness of the judicial machine, Emmanuel Macron launched Monday, October 18, the Estates General of Justice, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8612) "

It must be a “Total overhaul” justice in France, promises the Elysee. In the midst of the controversy over the slowness of the judicial machine, Emmanuel Macron launched Monday, October 18, the Estates General of Justice, which will have to develop proposals for “Put back to flat” the system for 2022 and beyond; a bequest for the next five-year term. In Poitiers, the President of the Republic, accompanied by the Keeper of the Seals, Eric Dupond-Moretti, will deliver a speech at the Palais des Congrès and discuss with professionals, law enforcement, students and citizens of Vienne.

These States General will bring together for several months, in working groups, the entire justice ecosystem: judges, prosecutors, clerks, auxiliaries, lawyers, bailiffs, prison supervisors … They will work until mid-January to structure the debate and shed light on it based on the elements raised from the consultation phase, whether it is about civil justice, criminal justice, economic and social justice, prison justice and reintegration, or the evolution of missions and statutes.

They had been requested at the beginning of June by the two highest magistrates in France, Chantal Arens, first president of the Court of Cassation, and François Molins, the attorney general at the Court of Cassation, worried about “Systematic questioning of justice”, criticized for its slowness and accused of laxity by police unions and political leaders.

Read the first episode of our series: Article reserved for our subscribers Justice: the contrasting record of the Macron five-year term

Discomfort of the judges

The third phase, until the end of February 2022, will consist of the drafting of the summary supposed to formalize the proposals. It will be entrusted to an independent commission chaired by Jean-Marc Sauvé. “The credibility of the exercise will make it possible, whatever the executive in power in 2022, to take up the proposals of the States General, because they will not come from the current executive”, we explain to the Elysee. No limit is given to the ideas that will emerge. “It is a carte de blanche that the President of the Republic wishes to give. “ But he will not deprive himself of “Reform until the last minute”, if proposals can be implemented without going through the law.

Received by the Head of State, they spoke of the discomfort of the judges and called for this exercise. An exacerbated discomfort following a large demonstration, on May 19, of tens of thousands of police officers in front of the National Assembly, in the presence in particular of the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, and many elected Republicans and National rally, but also some leftist figures, including Anne Hidalgo and Yannick Jadot, presidential candidates.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Civil justice in pain

Independent commission

For their part, the two senior magistrates denounce a justice “Under-budgeted”, very far for example from the level of Germany. In response, the Elysée argues an increase in the number of magistrates since 2017 (650) and a 33% increase in the justice budget over the five-year term.

The malaise of the magistrates arises in full tension between part of the magistracy and the keeper of the seals, indicted in July for “illegal taking of interests”. Mr. Dupont-Moretti is suspected of having taken advantage of his function as Minister of Justice to settle accounts with magistrates with whom he had to deal from when he was a lawyer, which he refutes.

These States General, the presidency promised, will be organized in complete independence from the executive. The consultations which will take place throughout France will be piloted by an independent commission, chaired by the senior official Jean-Marc Sauvé, already at the head of the commission of inquiry into the sexual abuse of minors in the Church.

This committee will also include the two senior magistrates as well as the chairmen of the law committees of the Assembly and the Senate, to ensure an approach “Partisan”, said the Elysee. It will formulate proposals at the end of February, which will be submitted to the executive. The commission will have ” flames “ for “A total overhaul”, promises the Elysee. It is therefore a question of going much further than the current one. “Law for confidence in the judicial institution”, under consideration in Parliament, a flagship measure of which is to be able to film the trials.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers States General of Justice: the great imbroglio of the execution of sentences

Program framework for a possible second term

As for the fate of the proposals that will emerge, the presidency assures that “Anything that may come under the regulations will be carried as quickly as possible, with pragmatism. The Keeper of the Seals will be in charge of managing this until the elections ”. On the other hand, since the Assembly will have finished its session – which will end at the end of February, a month and a half before the presidential election – all that will come under the law, including what requires budgetary financing, will have to wait for the next five-year term.

These proposals could therefore provide Mr. Macron with a program framework for a possible second term, even if the Elysee denies such an intention. “It is not the president who asked for these States General to have his program written down”, insists a counselor. These proposals will join those that the president is starting to spell out for a deadline going beyond April 2022, so many potential bricks of a future program.

Like the France 2030 investment plan, the 2022 planning and orientation bill for internal security, which should plan action in the field of security over five years. Or the experimentation in Marseille of “Schools of the future”, whose principals could choose the teachers.

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It must be a “Total overhaul” justice in France, promises the Elysee. In the midst of the controversy over the slowness of the judicial machine, Emmanuel Macron launched Monday, October 18, the Estates General of Justice, which will have to develop proposals for “Put back to flat” the system for 2022 and beyond; a bequest for the next five-year term. In Poitiers, the President of the Republic, accompanied by the Keeper of the Seals, Eric Dupond-Moretti, will deliver a speech at the Palais des Congrès and discuss with professionals, law enforcement, students and citizens of Vienne.

These States General will bring together for several months, in working groups, the entire justice ecosystem: judges, prosecutors, clerks, auxiliaries, lawyers, bailiffs, prison supervisors … They will work until mid-January to structure the debate and shed light on it based on the elements raised from the consultation phase, whether it is about civil justice, criminal justice, economic and social justice, prison justice and reintegration, or the evolution of missions and statutes.

They had been requested at the beginning of June by the two highest magistrates in France, Chantal Arens, first president of the Court of Cassation, and François Molins, the attorney general at the Court of Cassation, worried about “Systematic questioning of justice”, criticized for its slowness and accused of laxity by police unions and political leaders.

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Discomfort of the judges

The third phase, until the end of February 2022, will consist of the drafting of the summary supposed to formalize the proposals. It will be entrusted to an independent commission chaired by Jean-Marc Sauvé. “The credibility of the exercise will make it possible, whatever the executive in power in 2022, to take up the proposals of the States General, because they will not come from the current executive”, we explain to the Elysee. No limit is given to the ideas that will emerge. “It is a carte de blanche that the President of the Republic wishes to give. “ But he will not deprive himself of “Reform until the last minute”, if proposals can be implemented without going through the law.

Received by the Head of State, they spoke of the discomfort of the judges and called for this exercise. An exacerbated discomfort following a large demonstration, on May 19, of tens of thousands of police officers in front of the National Assembly, in the presence in particular of the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, and many elected Republicans and National rally, but also some leftist figures, including Anne Hidalgo and Yannick Jadot, presidential candidates.

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Independent commission

For their part, the two senior magistrates denounce a justice “Under-budgeted”, very far for example from the level of Germany. In response, the Elysée argues an increase in the number of magistrates since 2017 (650) and a 33% increase in the justice budget over the five-year term.

The malaise of the magistrates arises in full tension between part of the magistracy and the keeper of the seals, indicted in July for “illegal taking of interests”. Mr. Dupont-Moretti is suspected of having taken advantage of his function as Minister of Justice to settle accounts with magistrates with whom he had to deal from when he was a lawyer, which he refutes.

These States General, the presidency promised, will be organized in complete independence from the executive. The consultations which will take place throughout France will be piloted by an independent commission, chaired by the senior official Jean-Marc Sauvé, already at the head of the commission of inquiry into the sexual abuse of minors in the Church.

This committee will also include the two senior magistrates as well as the chairmen of the law committees of the Assembly and the Senate, to ensure an approach “Partisan”, said the Elysee. It will formulate proposals at the end of February, which will be submitted to the executive. The commission will have ” flames “ for “A total overhaul”, promises the Elysee. It is therefore a question of going much further than the current one. “Law for confidence in the judicial institution”, under consideration in Parliament, a flagship measure of which is to be able to film the trials.

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Program framework for a possible second term

As for the fate of the proposals that will emerge, the presidency assures that “Anything that may come under the regulations will be carried as quickly as possible, with pragmatism. The Keeper of the Seals will be in charge of managing this until the elections ”. On the other hand, since the Assembly will have finished its session – which will end at the end of February, a month and a half before the presidential election – all that will come under the law, including what requires budgetary financing, will have to wait for the next five-year term.

These proposals could therefore provide Mr. Macron with a program framework for a possible second term, even if the Elysee denies such an intention. “It is not the president who asked for these States General to have his program written down”, insists a counselor. These proposals will join those that the president is starting to spell out for a deadline going beyond April 2022, so many potential bricks of a future program.

Like the France 2030 investment plan, the 2022 planning and orientation bill for internal security, which should plan action in the field of security over five years. Or the experimentation in Marseille of “Schools of the future”, whose principals could choose the teachers.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers With the France 2030 plan, a Macron in the countryside wants to defend “the spirit of victory and conquest”

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Spider-Man: Far From Home star Jake Gyllenhaal has recalled how Tom Holland helped guide him through his initial struggle playing Mysterio/Quentin Beck.

Star of Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain and Prisoners, Gyllenhaal said he needed assistance from leading man Holland on the superhero flick, as the pressure of Marvel’s ‘moving train’ got to him.

“It’s hard, man. That acting is hard. All of it. That world is enormous,” he explained while appearing on The Howard Stern Show. “I joined that world way into that run; a train that was already moving. Normally, I come in way early on and I get to figure it out.”

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Related: The Guilty‘s Jake Gyllenhaal explains making movie in just 11 days

The Oscar-nominated actor described his work on the film as “a whole different craft”, revealing that shooting days would be shifted around if someone came up with better ideas than the original script.

Speaking about those first-day jitters, Gyllenhaal went on to share: “I was freaking out. It was a scene with [Samuel L] Jackson, Tom… there were a number of actors in that scene. And I remember not being able to remember my lines.

“I was the wooden board. And they were like, ‘Whoa.’

spider man far from home, jake gyllenhaal

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Related: Spider-Man‘s Tom Holland didn’t realise he was reuniting with Jake Gyllenhaal on new movie

“I went up to Tom Holland and was like, ‘Dude, help me out.’ He’s like, ‘It’s all good, man. Just relax.’ It was like he was me in so many situations. And I finally did. I just put a lot of pressure on [myself] because I love that world.”

A lifelong fan of Spider-Man, his eagerness to keep the filmmakers satisfied culminated in Gyllenhaal approaching director Jon Watts that same day.

“I had to walk up and be like, ‘Look man, I just came off Broadway doing a one-man show for an hour and a half on stage, so I got this. Please, believe me.'”

Spider-Man: Far From Home is available now on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download. Spider-Man: No Way Home has a December 17, 2021 release date.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home star Jake Gyllenhaal has recalled how Tom Holland helped guide him through his initial struggle playing Mysterio/Quentin Beck.

Star of Donnie Darko, Brokeback Mountain and Prisoners, Gyllenhaal said he needed assistance from leading man Holland on the superhero flick, as the pressure of Marvel’s ‘moving train’ got to him.

“It’s hard, man. That acting is hard. All of it. That world is enormous,” he explained while appearing on The Howard Stern Show. “I joined that world way into that run; a train that was already moving. Normally, I come in way early on and I get to figure it out.”

Victor ChavezGetty Images

Related: The Guilty‘s Jake Gyllenhaal explains making movie in just 11 days

The Oscar-nominated actor described his work on the film as “a whole different craft”, revealing that shooting days would be shifted around if someone came up with better ideas than the original script.

Speaking about those first-day jitters, Gyllenhaal went on to share: “I was freaking out. It was a scene with [Samuel L] Jackson, Tom… there were a number of actors in that scene. And I remember not being able to remember my lines.

“I was the wooden board. And they were like, ‘Whoa.’

spider man far from home, jake gyllenhaal

Sony/Marvel Studios

Related: Spider-Man‘s Tom Holland didn’t realise he was reuniting with Jake Gyllenhaal on new movie

“I went up to Tom Holland and was like, ‘Dude, help me out.’ He’s like, ‘It’s all good, man. Just relax.’ It was like he was me in so many situations. And I finally did. I just put a lot of pressure on [myself] because I love that world.”

A lifelong fan of Spider-Man, his eagerness to keep the filmmakers satisfied culminated in Gyllenhaal approaching director Jon Watts that same day.

“I had to walk up and be like, ‘Look man, I just came off Broadway doing a one-man show for an hour and a half on stage, so I got this. Please, believe me.'”

Spider-Man: Far From Home is available now on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download. Spider-Man: No Way Home has a December 17, 2021 release date.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634555087) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(44) "On the networks, art influencers are popular" ["link"]=> string(63) "https://movs.world/on-the-networks-art-influencers-are-popular/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 18 Oct 2021 10:58:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(36) "CultureartInfluencersnetworkspopular" ["guid"]=> string(63) "https://movs.world/on-the-networks-art-influencers-are-popular/" ["description"]=> string(622) "Extract from La Minute Culture, by Camille Jouneaux, followed by 123,000 subscribers on Instagram. CAMILLE JOUNEAUX / LA MINUTE CULTURE Hugo Spini, alias Whereverhugo, loved the “Paris-Athens” exhibition, currently at the Louvre. He echoed it on Twitter by recalling in 280 signs the birth of modern Greece and France’s participation in large-scale archaeological discoveries. Before ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6499) "

Hugo Spini, alias Whereverhugo, loved the “Paris-Athens” exhibition, currently at the Louvre. He echoed it on Twitter by recalling in 280 signs the birth of modern Greece and France’s participation in large-scale archaeological discoveries. Before letting go: “If I can not convince you that it is very interesting as a subject, well go ahead for the buttocks of Apollo and the big pecs of Antinous. “ The slippage is as controlled as the shifted tone, but no less learned of Camille Jouneaux, alias La Minute Culture, who, on Instagram, popularizes the great Greek myths.

Welcome to the world of art influencers. A name that these thirties contest, preferring the one, less connoted, of “creators of digital content”. Although sometimes mocked by doctoral students in art history, these instagramers do not stage themselves in front of products in order to sell them better. “We do not encourage consumption”, specifies Christophe Michaut, alias Mr. Bacchus, 32 years old, former model. “We work a lot more than luxury influencers, but we are paid a lot less”, adds Margaux Brugvin, whose videos, very popular on Instagram, often require three to four days of preparation.

Her - 2019, a personal composition from works by Christopher Michaut, said Mr. Bacchus.

It was during the first confinement, after seeing her digital strategy missions canceled one after the other, that the young art history graduate began posting videos on Instagram about art under the angle of feminism. In just three months, to her surprise, she had 10,000 subscribers – she now has 36,500. Immediately, the Galeristes fair, which was held at the Carreau du Temple, ordered short videos from him. Since then, she has established paid collaborations with Paris Museums, which oversees fourteen Parisian establishments, as well as with the Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon.

So many institutions that dream of rejuvenating their target and capturing a generation that spends up to two hours a day in front of a smartphone screen. Béatrice Martini, who heads the cultural communication agency of the same name, recognizes this, her “Customers are increasingly in demand for relationships with influencers that allow direct proximity to the public”.

Extract from La Minute Culture, by Camille Jouneaux, followed by 123,000 subscribers on Instagram.

What does it matter if, unlike fashion darlings, these “art influencers” do not count millions of subscribers on Instagram – La Minute Culture, the most followed, has 123,000. “For museums, it is a way of seeking collusion with an audience that likes a different tone”, says Camille Jouneaux, whose community is made up mainly of young people aged 18 to 34. Margaux Brugvin agrees: “Our added value is that we have an outlook, a personality, we are not in journalistic neutrality. ”

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With the exception of the Tefaf antiques fair, which, in September, had ordered Mr. Bacchus a carte blanche to promote the French exhibitors of his online platform, the fairs are still hesitant. At the FIAC, which takes place from October 21 to 24 at the ephemeral Grand Palais, we consider that the “The most important influencers are gallery owners, collectors, artists and visitors”. Understand: you don’t need Instagramers to shine.

The gallery owner Emmanuel Perrotin, who is often one step ahead, has however been inviting them for two years to his previews, without monetizing their content for the moment. “But we are not dogmatic, specifies its communications director, Vanessa Clairet. As for the rest, we continue to adapt to changing practices. “

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Hugo Spini, alias Whereverhugo, loved the “Paris-Athens” exhibition, currently at the Louvre. He echoed it on Twitter by recalling in 280 signs the birth of modern Greece and France’s participation in large-scale archaeological discoveries. Before letting go: “If I can not convince you that it is very interesting as a subject, well go ahead for the buttocks of Apollo and the big pecs of Antinous. “ The slippage is as controlled as the shifted tone, but no less learned of Camille Jouneaux, alias La Minute Culture, who, on Instagram, popularizes the great Greek myths.

Welcome to the world of art influencers. A name that these thirties contest, preferring the one, less connoted, of “creators of digital content”. Although sometimes mocked by doctoral students in art history, these instagramers do not stage themselves in front of products in order to sell them better. “We do not encourage consumption”, specifies Christophe Michaut, alias Mr. Bacchus, 32 years old, former model. “We work a lot more than luxury influencers, but we are paid a lot less”, adds Margaux Brugvin, whose videos, very popular on Instagram, often require three to four days of preparation.

Her - 2019, a personal composition from works by Christopher Michaut, said Mr. Bacchus.

It was during the first confinement, after seeing her digital strategy missions canceled one after the other, that the young art history graduate began posting videos on Instagram about art under the angle of feminism. In just three months, to her surprise, she had 10,000 subscribers – she now has 36,500. Immediately, the Galeristes fair, which was held at the Carreau du Temple, ordered short videos from him. Since then, she has established paid collaborations with Paris Museums, which oversees fourteen Parisian establishments, as well as with the Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon.

So many institutions that dream of rejuvenating their target and capturing a generation that spends up to two hours a day in front of a smartphone screen. Béatrice Martini, who heads the cultural communication agency of the same name, recognizes this, her “Customers are increasingly in demand for relationships with influencers that allow direct proximity to the public”.

Extract from La Minute Culture, by Camille Jouneaux, followed by 123,000 subscribers on Instagram.

What does it matter if, unlike fashion darlings, these “art influencers” do not count millions of subscribers on Instagram – La Minute Culture, the most followed, has 123,000. “For museums, it is a way of seeking collusion with an audience that likes a different tone”, says Camille Jouneaux, whose community is made up mainly of young people aged 18 to 34. Margaux Brugvin agrees: “Our added value is that we have an outlook, a personality, we are not in journalistic neutrality. ”

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Influencers, new fashion favorites

With the exception of the Tefaf antiques fair, which, in September, had ordered Mr. Bacchus a carte blanche to promote the French exhibitors of his online platform, the fairs are still hesitant. At the FIAC, which takes place from October 21 to 24 at the ephemeral Grand Palais, we consider that the “The most important influencers are gallery owners, collectors, artists and visitors”. Understand: you don’t need Instagramers to shine.

The gallery owner Emmanuel Perrotin, who is often one step ahead, has however been inviting them for two years to his previews, without monetizing their content for the moment. “But we are not dogmatic, specifies its communications director, Vanessa Clairet. As for the rest, we continue to adapt to changing practices. “

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634554686) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(91) "Eating Disorders in Sports: When Being Lightweight Becomes a Serious Problem | Sport | DW" ["link"]=> string(104) "https://movs.world/eating-disorders-in-sports-when-being-lightweight-becomes-a-serious-problem-sport-dw/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 18 Oct 2021 10:55:59 +0000" ["category"]=> string(160) "sportAbhungeranorexiaChristine Koppcompetitive sportdisorderseatingKatrin GielLightweightMaren LundbyproblemSabrina MockenhauptsportsUniversity Clinic Tübingen" ["guid"]=> string(104) "https://movs.world/eating-disorders-in-sports-when-being-lightweight-becomes-a-serious-problem-sport-dw/" ["description"]=> string(726) "“In the past, it was always suggested to me that the pencils run up front, not the erasers,” Sabrina Mockenhaupt told DW. “That sounds casual, but it can quickly get stuck in your head.” The 40-year-old ex-runner has won 40 German championship titles over the long distances in her career. “I was never too thin. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9476) "

“In the past, it was always suggested to me that the pencils run up front, not the erasers,” Sabrina Mockenhaupt told DW. “That sounds casual, but it can quickly get stuck in your head.” The 40-year-old ex-runner has won 40 German championship titles over the long distances in her career. “I was never too thin. Perhaps that is why my career was so long,” suspects Mockenhaupt. “I don’t think that many of the thin 20-year-olds who are currently competing are still racing at 35.”

The discussion about the risk of starvation slipping into severe eating disorders in top sport has been re-fueled by the Norwegian winter sports star Maren Lundby. The Olympic ski jumping champion and world champion surprisingly renounced the entire season with the climax of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing at the beginning of October.

“I’m a few pounds too heavy for the highest level. And I’m not ready to do crazy things to change anything,” said the 27-year-old in a television interview during which she repeatedly burst into tears. She also wanted to send a message to young talents, said Lundby: “Uncompromising weight control shouldn’t be an issue. You can destroy everything with that.”

Risk of slipping into an eating disorder

“I think she’s doing it exactly right,” Katrin Giel told DW. “She is very caring and healthy. That should have a charisma.” The professor at the University Clinic Tübingen is an expert in eating and weight disorders – also in sports. “Top-class sport is about top performance,” explains Giel. “Competitive athletes are good at denying themselves things, tormenting themselves to a certain extent and enduring pain. Perhaps even going beyond their limits at times. This also makes it easier to be strict when it comes to eating.” The line is very narrow. “Then you might slip into an eating disorder. And it’s very difficult to get out of there.”

Olympic ski jumping champion Maren Lundby does not want to defend her title in Beijing – because of her weight

There is a RED-S consultation hour for senior athletes at the Tübingen clinic. RED-S stands for “Relative Energy Deficit in Sport”: Whoever puts a lot of strain on his body but does not get enough calories, risks serious health problems. “If, for example, athletes have never had a menstrual period at the age of 20, the alarm bells have to ring,” says sports medicine specialist Christine Kopp, who leads the consultation hour. “Even if they have an underactive thyroid, they often suffer from fatigue fractures, if they are depressed and, of course, if they are underweight.” Sports at risk for eating disorders include ski jumping, gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, water jumping and endurance sports such as triathlon, long-distance running, biathlon and cross-country skiing.

Role models in social media

As with the interview with the ski jumping star Lundby, tears often flow in the management consultation hour in Tübingen – for those affected themselves and, if they are there, also for their parents. “You were happy to have a successful daughter or son in a great club. But suddenly every meal at home becomes a problem,” explains Kopp in an interview with DW. “Sport threatens to kill your child in extreme cases. At the same time, the daughter or son cannot live without sport. It’s almost addictive. That is why the therapy belongs in the hands of experts.”

2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo |  10000 m Konstanze KLOSTERHALFEN

10,000-meter runners at the Tokyo Olympics – too thin?

For those seeking advice in Kopp’s RED-S consultation hours, there is an average of one man for every ten women. This roughly corresponds to the gender quota for clinical eating disorders. “Anorexia [Magersucht – Anm. d. Red] is a classic women’s disease, “says psychologist Katrin Giel, and explains that in addition to personal attitudes and behavior, social reasons also play a role:” It is about slimming ideals that can put pressure on women and girls in particular. This is becoming more and more extreme in our western world, also through social media. “

Sports medicine specialist Kopp has also had this experience. She speaks of a “stupid image of beauty” that is being fueled in social networks: “There are young athletes sitting in front of me, whose role models are certain influencers who proclaim on YouTube: ‘You have to be thin and wiry, you mustn’t have body fat feed yourselves in a special way! ‘ The girls look in the mirror and say, for example: ‘I want to look like Pamela Reif [erfolgreiche deutsche Influencerin – Anm. d. Red.]! ‘ And then they work towards it. “

Envy of the competitor

This process is often reinforced from the outside, says Giel. “Experimenting with diets can initially provide a sense of achievement, for example when performance improves or when the trainer or teammate says: ‘Great, you’ve lost weight!'” The environment can also create additional pressure, as ex-long-distance runner Mockenhaupt describes : “When I was having trouble getting up a mountain at training camp, a trainer said to me: ‘Take a look at yourself!’ Depending on your psychological constitution, it can be difficult when someone tells you something like that. “

ZeroHungerRun 2021 in Cologne |  Sabrina Mockenhaupt-Gregor

“The young girls should take care of themselves, not others,” says Sabrina Mockenhaupt. “Not everyone can be thin.”

It becomes even more difficult when you compare yourself to competitors, said Mockenhaupt. She reports from a training colleague before the Olympic Games in 2012: “I really envied her. She was extremely thin, but could perform and was faster than me. I wondered how she could do that. And she only complained: ‘I am still too fat. ‘ That got me bogged down. I found myself fat, felt uncomfortable. ” This runner did well in London. “But a year later it was over for her,” says Mockenhaupt. In her career, she herself “tried to train more and eat less. But the shot backfired. My performance went downhill.”

“Nobody wants to be stigmatized”

“We warn the athletes that further weight loss does not necessarily lead to better performance,” reports Christine Kopp from her management consultation. “If they are unlucky, the opposite is actually achieved: a reduction in performance, which can also lead to an inability to perform.” Of the 40 people seeking advice last year, according to Kopp, five stopped doing competitive sport – “because the psychotherapy revealed serious problems”.

The attention of sports federations to the risk of eating disorders has increased in recent years, all the way up to the International Olympic Committee. “However, many athletes deal with eating disorders themselves and do not carry their problem outward. This also makes it difficult for those around them to even notice it,” says psychologist Gies. “And so it remains a bit of a taboo.” This is also confirmed by her colleague Kopp from Tübingen: “Nobody likes to go to the press and say: ‘By the way, I have an eating disorder and can only do sports if I go to the toilet three times and spit first.’ Nobody does that. Nobody wants to be stigmatized! “

This makes appearances like that of the Norwegian ski jumping star Maren Lundby all the more important, says ex-long-distance runner Sabrina Mockenhaupt. “That is perhaps also a cry for help, as it is with the sport.”

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“In the past, it was always suggested to me that the pencils run up front, not the erasers,” Sabrina Mockenhaupt told DW. “That sounds casual, but it can quickly get stuck in your head.” The 40-year-old ex-runner has won 40 German championship titles over the long distances in her career. “I was never too thin. Perhaps that is why my career was so long,” suspects Mockenhaupt. “I don’t think that many of the thin 20-year-olds who are currently competing are still racing at 35.”

The discussion about the risk of starvation slipping into severe eating disorders in top sport has been re-fueled by the Norwegian winter sports star Maren Lundby. The Olympic ski jumping champion and world champion surprisingly renounced the entire season with the climax of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing at the beginning of October.

“I’m a few pounds too heavy for the highest level. And I’m not ready to do crazy things to change anything,” said the 27-year-old in a television interview during which she repeatedly burst into tears. She also wanted to send a message to young talents, said Lundby: “Uncompromising weight control shouldn’t be an issue. You can destroy everything with that.”

Risk of slipping into an eating disorder

“I think she’s doing it exactly right,” Katrin Giel told DW. “She is very caring and healthy. That should have a charisma.” The professor at the University Clinic Tübingen is an expert in eating and weight disorders – also in sports. “Top-class sport is about top performance,” explains Giel. “Competitive athletes are good at denying themselves things, tormenting themselves to a certain extent and enduring pain. Perhaps even going beyond their limits at times. This also makes it easier to be strict when it comes to eating.” The line is very narrow. “Then you might slip into an eating disorder. And it’s very difficult to get out of there.”

Olympic ski jumping champion Maren Lundby does not want to defend her title in Beijing – because of her weight

There is a RED-S consultation hour for senior athletes at the Tübingen clinic. RED-S stands for “Relative Energy Deficit in Sport”: Whoever puts a lot of strain on his body but does not get enough calories, risks serious health problems. “If, for example, athletes have never had a menstrual period at the age of 20, the alarm bells have to ring,” says sports medicine specialist Christine Kopp, who leads the consultation hour. “Even if they have an underactive thyroid, they often suffer from fatigue fractures, if they are depressed and, of course, if they are underweight.” Sports at risk for eating disorders include ski jumping, gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, water jumping and endurance sports such as triathlon, long-distance running, biathlon and cross-country skiing.

Role models in social media

As with the interview with the ski jumping star Lundby, tears often flow in the management consultation hour in Tübingen – for those affected themselves and, if they are there, also for their parents. “You were happy to have a successful daughter or son in a great club. But suddenly every meal at home becomes a problem,” explains Kopp in an interview with DW. “Sport threatens to kill your child in extreme cases. At the same time, the daughter or son cannot live without sport. It’s almost addictive. That is why the therapy belongs in the hands of experts.”

2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo |  10000 m Konstanze KLOSTERHALFEN

10,000-meter runners at the Tokyo Olympics – too thin?

For those seeking advice in Kopp’s RED-S consultation hours, there is an average of one man for every ten women. This roughly corresponds to the gender quota for clinical eating disorders. “Anorexia [Magersucht – Anm. d. Red] is a classic women’s disease, “says psychologist Katrin Giel, and explains that in addition to personal attitudes and behavior, social reasons also play a role:” It is about slimming ideals that can put pressure on women and girls in particular. This is becoming more and more extreme in our western world, also through social media. “

Sports medicine specialist Kopp has also had this experience. She speaks of a “stupid image of beauty” that is being fueled in social networks: “There are young athletes sitting in front of me, whose role models are certain influencers who proclaim on YouTube: ‘You have to be thin and wiry, you mustn’t have body fat feed yourselves in a special way! ‘ The girls look in the mirror and say, for example: ‘I want to look like Pamela Reif [erfolgreiche deutsche Influencerin – Anm. d. Red.]! ‘ And then they work towards it. “

Envy of the competitor

This process is often reinforced from the outside, says Giel. “Experimenting with diets can initially provide a sense of achievement, for example when performance improves or when the trainer or teammate says: ‘Great, you’ve lost weight!'” The environment can also create additional pressure, as ex-long-distance runner Mockenhaupt describes : “When I was having trouble getting up a mountain at training camp, a trainer said to me: ‘Take a look at yourself!’ Depending on your psychological constitution, it can be difficult when someone tells you something like that. “

ZeroHungerRun 2021 in Cologne |  Sabrina Mockenhaupt-Gregor

“The young girls should take care of themselves, not others,” says Sabrina Mockenhaupt. “Not everyone can be thin.”

It becomes even more difficult when you compare yourself to competitors, said Mockenhaupt. She reports from a training colleague before the Olympic Games in 2012: “I really envied her. She was extremely thin, but could perform and was faster than me. I wondered how she could do that. And she only complained: ‘I am still too fat. ‘ That got me bogged down. I found myself fat, felt uncomfortable. ” This runner did well in London. “But a year later it was over for her,” says Mockenhaupt. In her career, she herself “tried to train more and eat less. But the shot backfired. My performance went downhill.”

“Nobody wants to be stigmatized”

“We warn the athletes that further weight loss does not necessarily lead to better performance,” reports Christine Kopp from her management consultation. “If they are unlucky, the opposite is actually achieved: a reduction in performance, which can also lead to an inability to perform.” Of the 40 people seeking advice last year, according to Kopp, five stopped doing competitive sport – “because the psychotherapy revealed serious problems”.

The attention of sports federations to the risk of eating disorders has increased in recent years, all the way up to the International Olympic Committee. “However, many athletes deal with eating disorders themselves and do not carry their problem outward. This also makes it difficult for those around them to even notice it,” says psychologist Gies. “And so it remains a bit of a taboo.” This is also confirmed by her colleague Kopp from Tübingen: “Nobody likes to go to the press and say: ‘By the way, I have an eating disorder and can only do sports if I go to the toilet three times and spit first.’ Nobody does that. Nobody wants to be stigmatized! “

This makes appearances like that of the Norwegian ski jumping star Maren Lundby all the more important, says ex-long-distance runner Sabrina Mockenhaupt. “That is perhaps also a cry for help, as it is with the sport.”

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