Details surfaced than Kolya from “Real Boys” made a living before filming in the series

The video confirming this was definitely shot before the release of the first episode of The Boys.

While the country expects the release of the new 13 season of “Real Boys” with Nikolai Naumov in the title role, details of the actor’s life surfaced before filming on TNT. It’s very difficult to accurately date the video, but according to the style and quality of the picture, we can assume that it was shot in the zero years, exactly a few years before the first episode of the first season.

The guy in the lead role of this Goodyear commercial is so much like a Russian actor that there is no doubt that this is the same Kolya. Moreover, according to the plot, a car broke down on his road, and he climbed to repair it. It’s worth remembering that in “Real Boys” Nikolai and his friends, some kind of mechanics “from God”, are working on tire fitting, at least at the beginning of a career.

Thus, the picture emerges that Nikolai Naumov earned his living before filming on TNT by participating in commercials. It is likely that he also had other episodic roles. In this case, we can safely assume that his film career began long before the filming of the famous series.


roommate-tyrant for three years beat the star of the “Factory of stars” Julia Parshutu

Singer Julia Parshuta made a very personal and frank confession. The scandal prompted the star of the Star Factory to take this step, which erupted after two interviews with Regina Todorenko. Fans decided that the TV presenter considers women guilty of men raising their hands on them. Parshuta said that for three years she lived with a home tyrant and was afraid to leave her roommate because he threatened her and her relatives.

In 2010 Julia Parshuta fell madly in love with a handsome handsome man. As it seemed to her, the chosen one was the smartest, most caring and attentive. “He was an energetic scholar – a man who is always interesting and fun with. I fell in love without memory. This was the first time with me. He was wonderful. The first few months,” she said.

And then real hell began. The first time he beat her, Julia persuaded herself to forgive him. The tyrant roommate was kneeling and begging forgiveness. “My family never had physical abuse. Therefore, I did not know that it was not treated with a wise word and a meek look. That it should not be forgiven,” the girl said.

She suffered beatings for three years. “In March 2013, a week after an appendectomy, on Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya street I got hit in the stomach with my fist, “decorated” with the stitches of the operation. A stab in the stomach from his man. Another blow, and only God knows which is the bill for our life together, “Julia Parshuta began her confession.

After that, the man took her phone, bag and car keys. But the girl still ran away from him to her friend. “Having come in, I asked her for water and said that my bag was stolen from me. And with all my strength I showed that everything was fine with me. The third year of our relationship was on. In fact, the third year in a box of fear and despair. Without the ability to search and find protection and exit, “writes the 32-year-old artist.

She also explained why before that she did not dare to leave Tirana. “He was strong. Very. It was the third year of “I-guilty-in-everything”, the third year of “I-worthless”, the third “I-not-for-nothing-capable” year. Because it was the third year I was intimidated to the bone. The third year, as the veil of hopelessness grew stronger from his threats. Because threats are not just me. The threat “I will cut your family” and “to you … if you go to the police”, ”the Star Factory participant shocked with revelation.

Parshuta stressed that for a long time she could not find the strength to admit that she was a victim of domestic violence. The actress urges women not to be silent about the beatings and are not afraid of conviction. “Talking about violence should not be embarrassing,” she summed up.


in Iceland, mass screening as a way out of the crisis

In Iceland, the government has not imposed nationwide containment. In contrast, more than one in ten people have been tested to find out if they have contracted the coronavirus. This is almost ten times more than in South Korea and 17 times more than in France (1). This massive screening measure was orchestrated by the Icelandic government in collaboration with deCODE Genetics, a bio-pharmaceutical company based in Reykjavík.

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This Monday, April 20, the island country of 360,000 inhabitants has just over 1,720 cases and 8 deaths linked to the disease: a very low mortality rate, and a higher proportion of people infected per capita than in others country of the world which is explained by this intensive screening campaign. “This operation aims to know more precisely the prevalence of the virus in the community”, explained at a press conference the head of the national vaccination program at the directorate of health, Thorolfur Gudnason.

Act upstream

The Icelandic strategy in the fight against the pandemic was very anticipatory. The government had undertaken, as of January 31, a first screening campaign on people ” at risk “. One month before the declaration of the first confirmed case of the presence of the coronavirus on the territory, which dates from February 28 last.

The Icelandic authorities have targeted, and then tested, more than 9,000 individuals based on three criteria. First, people who show symptoms of the disease (rum, fever, cough); then those who have been in contact with infected people; finally all those coming from the zones considered as “at risk” – initially China, Austrian Alps, Italian and Swiss. On this specific aspect, Reykjavík Airport, the country’s only gateway, was quickly identified by the authorities as the hotspot of contamination in Iceland.

Two waves of screening

According to a study published Tuesday, April 14 by the American medical journal New England Journal of Medicine, this first wave of screening found that 13.3% of the more than 9,000 people tested were infected at the end of March.

But these screenings targeted at people at risk are not enough for the government. On March 13, in conjunction with the first wave of tests, deCODE Genetics launched a second campaign involving all individuals not suspected. Icelanders without symptoms or with mild symptoms and not in quarantine are tested. Screening was done on a voluntary basis, but also through randomly launched requests. The study published in New England Journal of medicine reveals that as of April 4, less than 1% of the estimated 10,000 people tested positive for Covid-19.

Halting the spread of the epidemic

In addition to enabling the country’s authorities to collect statistics, these screening campaigns have enabled them to apply appropriate measures to curb the spread of the virus. People infected with the virus are placed in mandatory quarantine. If this quarantine were to be broken, individuals face a sentence of three months in prison. Persons in contact, or having been with the patient, are informed and invited to apply this same procedure.

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Iceland also stands out for its decision to keep nurseries and primary schools open. Katrín Jakobsdóttir, Icelandic Prime Minister, already considers that the epidemic peak has passed; she plans to reopen high schools and universities from May 4.


Does the virus accelerate the end of the car-friendly city?

Berlin So far, Berlin has not been seen as a city that is driving a consequent turn in traffic. The red-red-green Senate is painstakingly working through its 2018 Mobility Act, which is also supposed to motivate people to switch to bus, train, cycling and foot traffic for reasons of climate protection.

The corona crisis of all places is now giving the capital more momentum. Several districts of Berlin are creating new bike lanes in record time in order to get people to ride bicycles, relieve the public transport system and thus minimize the risk of infection with the virus.

As long as many people work from home, there are often only a few passengers on the bus and train, the risk of infection is low. But when public life picks up again, shops and soon also schools open again, the bicycle could be one of the few means of transportation that can be used to move around the city largely without risk of infection.

The debate about pandemic mobility – mobility with less risk of infection – has started. “Do we have the courage to rethink the city?” Asks the Changing Cities association, advocate a sustainable change in transport. Changing cities do not explicitly consider transportation in the Infection Protection Act, according to Changing Cities, but because the distance rules would last for months, “now has to be planned for the phase after the first lockdown and pandemic mobility infrastructure must be created for everyone”.

In an open letter to Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer (CSU) and the State Transport Ministers last week, numerous mobility initiatives called on governments to take action to ensure safe mobility in the coming months.

Widen footpaths, bike traffic on the road

Keeping the distance is the order of the day. However, in order for the recommended safety distance to be maintained, “a rapid change in the division of the road space is urgently needed,” the letter says. The federal and state governments are asked to create the regulatory framework so that roads can be “quickly and easily redesigned”.

Specifically, it is about the widening of footpaths, the laying of cycle paths on the road – at least temporarily – and the opening of selected streets for sole bicycle and foot traffic. Traffic lights should be reprogrammed and a priority switch for cycling and pedestrian traffic should be created so that large groups do not form that wait for green.

According to the associations, long traffic jams would be inevitable if people would make more use of the car after easing contact restrictions. Alternative solutions to cars would have to be available, especially for commuters, otherwise there would be a risk of a traffic collapse in cities. The Allgemeine Deutsche Fahrrad-Club (ADFC) appeals to the municipalities to get creative and make it easier for people to switch to bicycles.

There are already examples abroad: the Colombian capital Bogotá, for example, has rededicated more than a hundred kilometers of car lanes on multi-lane main roads to temporary cycle lanes in order to give cyclists more space, to relieve local public transport and to prevent people from getting on the crowded buses Infect the virus. New York has also set up temporary wheel tracks.

The district of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg is a pioneer in Berlin. “We find that our infrastructure is unsuitable for the current situation,” said Felix Weisbrich, head of the district’s road and green space office, the Berlin “Tagesspiegel”. Weisbrich considers additional cycle paths as infection prevention during the corona crisis to be absolutely necessary so that cyclists can keep the minimum distance from each other.

In the meantime, other districts such as Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf have concrete plans for bicycle-friendly traffic routing – even in car lanes. Berlin’s Senator for Transport Regine Günther (Greens) is talking to several districts about possible new routes.

Basically, these new cycle paths are shown for a limited time. But some politicians are already seeing the first steps towards slowly moving away from the car-friendly city. “Planned permanent cycle paths are already being implemented today,” the traffic senator recently tweeted.

Districts create jobs for cycle path planners

The Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Road and Green Area Office also wants to make the most of the moment and is currently offering several positions for a “drafting for difficult and extensive new road construction and conversion work – focus on cycling”. “Vlt. does the job description sound stupid. ”, Weisbrich pushed via short message service Twitter to. But in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, bike paths would not only be designed, but also implemented in a very short time: “For our agile # PopUpBikeLane team, we are still looking for planners who are in love with making.”

A total of 8.2 kilometers of temporary cycle routes have been created in Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg since March 25. Another 4.5 kilometers are currently being shown – all plants that were in the pre-planning stage but are now being brought forward in time.

The ADFC is still skeptical: “Berlin’s commitment is certainly very commendable, but in the sense of an effective measure to reduce the risk of infection on busy routes, far from sufficient,” it said on request. “We hope that more will come and that other cities will follow suit.”

The German Railway Customers’ Association (DBV) demanded at the weekend that a minimum distance of 1.5 meters should also be implemented in local public transport. The theoretical occupancy rate for the capacity calculation for trains and buses of four people per square meter must be a thing of the past. “The transport companies have to act immediately and at least double the space available.”

If necessary, seats should also be removed. Additional costs and lost fares should be fully compensated for by the municipalities and public authorities. Anything less would be an escape from financial and political responsibility. “If the top priority is keeping a minimum distance of 1.5 meters, then this must also be feasible in all public transport. That is why structural measures on the platforms and in the vehicles are a matter of course. “

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Corona Crisis Comment: Ease With Care

Bärenschlössle in Stuttgart

Stricter rules apply to the popular destination.

(Photo: dpa)

First, the country’s prime ministers competed for the toughest exit restrictions, and now some of them cannot get the ban on contacts relaxed quickly enough.

What is striking is that even those who, like NRW Prime Minister Armin Laschet (CDU), are particularly loudly campaigning for a quick way back to normality, always begin the idea collection process with an information leaflet on risks and side effects: only when there are enough intensive care beds, enough respiratory masks and protective clothing , enough tests and, above all, an app to quickly identify the contact persons of infected people, let’s start with the gradual easing.

Since Easter, the debate has only been about the when, what and how of the easing. The Prime Ministers should now take special care to ensure that the conditions for this are created in their respective countries.

Even if it quickly succeeds that apps on the new European infection notification platform Pepp-PT can reliably warn all contact persons of infected people: Then the health authorities can firstly answer the calls of those warned and secondly, quick tests for these persons to bring the way? Will the states and municipalities succeed in quickly increasing the number of health departments accordingly? In any case, doubts about this have not been entirely absurd.

The Leopoldina scientists also see major quality deficiencies in the quality of the data on the infection process. Fixing these in a coordinated manner in all federal states is certainly not an easy task.

Nobody benefits if the second step, normalization, comes before the first. The most harmful thing, also for the economy, would be to loosen contact bans quickly, only to have them put back into force immediately if the number of infected people explodes again.

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Italy reflects on gradual removal from containment

The president of the council Giuseppe Conte was firm: the confinement in Italy will continue at least until Easter, therefore at least until April 13 and until May 5 for schools. “We have to plan for a return to normality, and this must be done gradually to allow everyone to return to work in safety”, he added. Tracks are mentioned, but no definitive plan has yet been adopted.

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Italy was the first European country to enter containment. “ The population has rather well accepted the severe instructions that first struck Lombardy, the region most affected by the coronavirus, and were then extended to the whole country “Explains Ludmila Acone, associate researcher at Paris 1.

After three weeks of confinement, the contagion has slowed down in Italy, but the very heavy toll still reaches 13,000 victims, according to the latest figures. Yet supporters of a return to work are already pressuring the Conte government to lighten the device. ” Negotiations are taking place at national level between unions, employers and the government to define the conditions to be put in place for a return to work in companies ”, adds Ludmila Acone.

A Cornelian equation

For Italian employers, each additional week of blockage beyond the end of May would lead to an additional reduction of 0.75 point in gross domestic product. Finance Minister Roberto Gualtieri judges these forecasts “Realistic”. But he warns against any hasty restart: “The more rigorous and effective we are in the fight against the epidemic, the sooner we can restart. “

The equation is Cornelian. Franco Locatelli, president of the Superior Council of Health, recommends linking the resumption of activity to serological test campaigns in order to find out “The spread of the coronavirus and have relevant information about group immunity”, which would provide sufficient protection for the entire population. According to some experts, the right time for a restart of activity could correspond to when the number of new infections will be zero or close to zero throughout the territory. Or, between May 5 and May 16, with differences between regions.

Andrea Garnero, economist at the OECD, warns: ” Any decision by governments to alleviate containment must be considered with the advice of scientists, epidemiologists and economists. ” This will then determine when the country can consider reducing containment, which companies will be affected first and under what sanitary conditions. “Leaving containment must be done without being trapped by the emergency, he explains. But obviously you have to give people a perspective. “


Merkel cannot get rid of the exit debate

Berlin The Chancellor asked the citizens for patience. Given the increasing number of new infections, it was not yet time to talk about easing the measures against the corona epidemic, said Angela Merkel. However, the Chancellor’s admonishing words do not prevent the debate on ending the two-week standstill in society and the economy from picking up speed again.

The Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia Armin Laschet (CDU) asked in the “Welt am Sonntag” to think about a strategy for a future relaxation of the restrictions. “The sentence that it is too early to think about an exit strategy is wrong,” wrote Laschet in a guest post. “Now is the time to develop standards for the return to social and public life so that this decision can also be made on the basis of transparent criteria.”

The economy also wants a perspective. “Even if a possible time for a controlled return to economic normality is still uncertain, the Federal Government should already prepare the first steps in a dialogue with the economy,” said BDI President Dieter Kempf of the Handelsblatt.

Businesses and politicians must work together to “make the priority of human integrity and the controlled ramp-up of economic activity compatible”.

According to the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) are in Germany more than 50,000 coronavirus cases registered, with an upward trend. The pathogen can cause severe respiratory diseases, around 400 people have already died.

RKI chief Lothar Wieler warns that the Federal Republic is still at the beginning of the epidemic and that the situation in the health care system can still worsen. “We cannot rule out the fact that we also have more patients than ventilation places in this country,” said Wieler in an interview with the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung”.

The federal and state governments are currently working flat out to significantly increase capacities in intensive care medicine. The number of newly created ventilation places also determines when politics will gradually normalize public life in Germany again. Even if the Chancellor warns of premature debates – behind the scenes, the federal and state governments are already working on exit strategies.

Health Minister Jens Spahn (CDU) spoke of an “overall concept” that was being developed. In addition to the increased resources in intensive care medicine, this also reportedly includes the expansion of corona tests. Spahn is also looking for a solution that is justifiable under data protection law in order to use cell phone data to find the contacts of infected people and to quickly isolate sick people. It is a balancing act to gently dismantle the drastic measures and control the epidemic at the same time.

A decision as to how to proceed should be made after Easter. But when the right time could come is also controversial within the government parties. Union parliamentary group vice-president Carsten Linnemann (CDU) had called for the economy to be “gradually” started up again after Easter at the latest. Federal Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, on the other hand, said that economic interests should not override the protection of human lives.

Federal Labor Minister Hubertus Heil (SPD) also spoke out against a hasty easing in the Handelsblatt interview: “Life and health must have priority.” SPD leader Norbert Walter-Borjans warned that “raising false expectations jeopardizes the laboriously achieved behavior changes “.

His party friend Georg Maier, Thuringia’s interior minister and chairman of the conference of interior ministers, on the other hand, demanded a concrete exit scenario: “If the contact restrictions are maintained for more than four weeks, we will reach a limit.”

Maier is less concerned about the economy than about a waning acceptance of the hard measures: the psychological burden on the population is too great at some point. The German Ethics Council also referred to this problem in its recommendation for dealing with the pandemic: The protection of human life should not “be unconditionally subordinated to all other rights of freedom and participation as well as economic, social and cultural rights”.

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“A mermaid in Paris”: leaving the Seine

A mermaid in Paris **

by Mathias Malzieu

French film, 1h40

Since his novel Mechanics of the heart published in 2007, we know Mathias Malzieu’s concern for this fragile organ. In the 2014 adaptation of the animated film book, Jack, born on the coldest day in the world, had his heart frozen. Madeleine, who patched him up with a pendulum, forbade the boy to fall in love. Jack complied with this prescription until he met Miss Acacia, a pretty short-sighted singer, on his way.

With A mermaid in Paris, novel before being a film, Mathias Malzieu pursues the declination of his talents on several supports. This time he passes to the images in real shooting, but without leaving aside his concern for the thrilling vulnerable men.

A crooner of his father’s cabaret-barge, Gaspard (Nicolas Duvauchelle) loved so many singers that he broke his heart. Against all expectations, this peculiarity saves his life when he meets Lula (Marilyn Lima), a mermaid stranded on a quay in the Parisian Seine. Through her song, she bewitches men to the point of driving them to drown or to make their hearts explode. Convinced that he risks nothing, Gaspard decides to take care of her.

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Singer, writer and filmmaker, Mathias Malzieu weaves a sweet and poetic universe; he speaks only to sensitive souls, those who pamper their share of childhood. Choosing the real shot was not without risk to transpose A mermaid in Paris : it takes away some of the beauty and visual freedom that the animated film offered. But the magic always works with pretty finds in an assumed retro tone.

In Mathias Malzieu’s universe, happiness and sorrow always go hand in hand. Gaspard put an end to love, Lula never knew him. He mourns the disappeared world of “surprise”, those followers of wonder who transform their dreams into reality; it turns out to be the last siren, after all the others have disappeared. A tender humor is born from the keys that Gaspard, yet so offbeat, reveals to Lula about the world in which he lives.

A somewhat messy scenario ends up giving their common path a dead end – like this moment when Gaspard, who was about to put his beauty back in the water, suddenly changes his mind, artificially relaunching the story. However, there remains the charm of a fantastic tale tinged with romance and a moving poetry underlined by an impeccable soundtrack.


The red lines that the US did not meet in Syria

Washington Correspondent



The war in Syria became an impossible problem for the United States since Barack Obama He marked the Bashar al Assad regime with a red line that he repeatedly ignored without any reprisals from the world’s first power. In 2012, the then American president warned the Syrian regime of serious reprisals if he used chemical weapons. He used them, not once but several times, without any consequences.

Moreover, Russia’s intervention, which came to the conflict first as a mediator and then as a military ally of Damascus, is allowing Al Assad to end a victorious conflict that will soon be a decade old.

For the current president, Donald Trump, the Syrian conflict is an example of what the campaign called “eternal wars without meaning,” which he promised to end once he reached the government. While he has been reluctant to negotiate the exit of Iraq and AfghanistanIn October, the president gave the order to withdraw from northern Syria, leaving the Kurds, allies of Washington, at the mercy of Turkey’s advance.

The dome of the Pentagon has only been able to convince Trump to leave a few hundred soldiers in Syria with the excuse that they are necessary so that some oil fields do not end up in the hands of Russia or the Syrian regime.

Trump’s excuse

“We are running out of oil, that’s why we are there,” the president often says at his rallies, as an excuse as to why Syria’s withdrawal is not complete. The truth is that it is illegal for one country to send troops to another to appropriate its natural resources, and American soldiers are not only responsible for monitoring oil fields.

Last month a guerrilla group related to the Al Assad regime attacked a convoy of the US armed forces at a checkpoint in the northeast of the country. The images later disseminated by the Syrian state government agency showed some militiamen shooting and stoning armored vehicles with the American flag. In that video, American soldiers defend themselves and return fire, killing one Syrian and injuring another.

For years it has not been clear in Washington which was the lesser evil in Syria, if a regime accused of crimes against humanity supported at the same time by Iran and Russia or a mixture of Islamist guerrillas that arrived in Syria from neighboring Iraq, waving the flag of the Islamic State and broadcasting brutal murders of journalists and cooperators online, several of them Americans.

In the eternal changing landscape of the Middle East, USA He has shared enemies with his own enemies, and at one point he even saw himself fall on the side of Russia, Iran and Damascus in their campaign against the jihadists of the Daesh, who created their “caliphate” in a no man’s land between Iraq and Syria.

Once this Islamist group has been bent, its leader in Syria died in an American operation, Trump has decided wash your hands and retire, which finally means a victory for Al Assad and for Russia, which has one of its most important naval bases on the Mediterranean coast of Syria.

Turkey has its own interests, and is suspicious of the progress of the Al Assad regime on Idlib, another of the Syrian opposition strongholds. There was a time when the international community negotiated with moderate rebels supported by Turkey who were theoretically about to march on Damascus to create a democratic regime in Syria. USA He also supported them at the time, but like many of the promises made in Syria, they have been forgotten.


Lazarev on the verge of collapse! Kudryavtseva accidentally gave out the orientation of the singer – expert

Forgets songs, scandals with colleagues – Sergey is not able to hide experiences.

Interview with Lera Kudryavtseva channel Super dark spot fell on the reputation of Sergei Lazarev. Despite the fact that several years have passed since the couple broke up, the fans continue to wonder if they really had a romance or Lera served as a cover for unconventional Sergey?

Svetlana Filatova, a physiognomist psychologist, an expert in assessing non-verbal human behavior, tried to answer this question. A few days after the release of the show “Alena, damn it!” On her channel, Filatova released a video debriefing of Kudryavtseva’s answers, where, based on her experience in profiling, she concluded that Sergei still had no interest in women. According to the expert, Kudryavtseva accidentally gave out the singer’s orientation. With her silence and closed poses, the presenter made it clear that she was hiding someone else’s secret, the essence of which was clear from the context.

I must admit that after the debriefing, the mood of Lazarev himself noticeably worsened. Earlier, a restrained singer on the set of the program “Come on, all together,” from scratch scandalized with a colleague. And at the evening concert I forgot the words of my own hit “Remember”, which he has been singing for almost 15 years.

Lazarev, it seems, was on the verge of collapse due to the fault of the “fighting” girlfriend. No matter how the latter tried to circumvent the topic of preferences of the former boyfriend, she did not succeed. The good news is that the audience of the psychologist, like Filatova herself, agreed that the singer’s orientation did not affect their attitude to Sergey as an artist.

Katerina Zabelina

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