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JACK NEO : PRODUCER , FILM DIRECTOR, ENTREPRENEUR, TALENT MANAGER

Clock backward to Chinese New Year 2011.

My press colleagues and myself interviewed thespian JACK NEO on his come-back role in HOMECOMING. (笑着回家). It has been reported that he has taken a hiatus due to burnout.

In this movie JACK NEO was at his cross-dressing best.  He played a real “she” – as AH NIU’s mother. That was when I started to notice this versatile actor who self-challenged himself to take on the difficult role of a full-blown woman. And a hilarious one at that.

His screen character stole the thunder from the rest of the cast.

But “HOMECOMING” was directed by LEE THEAN- JEEN.

Fast forward to present day 11th July, 2014 (Friday) at the GENTING HIGHLANDS GALA PREMIERE.

Looking dapper in  suit to meet the press, JACK NEO sits confidently opposite me for a tete-a- tete interview.

“Have you seen any of my movie?” he politely asked.

“Some,” I truthfully answered, without hesitation.

This scenario took place in GENTING HIGHLANDS where the local film distributor MM2 ENTERTAINMENT graciously transported some of  us ( Media) by private coach to the resort. It was a welcome respite, from a humid spell in Kuala Lumpur to a cool change of climate.

Anyway, back to JACK NEO. He was eager to share his shooting experience with THE LION MEN double features.

“There are cultural differences in style with the lion dance taught by various institutions. Different strokes for different folks. If only someone can connect all the regional schools and form a cohesion, a singular discipline, and develop it just like the art of kung fu.

Please pass this message around, JACK NEO implores.

At the heart of every lion dance, there is a soul within, waiting to be fortified and understood.

Pay attention and you can feel the pulse and see the beauty embedded with every drum roll.

For now, it’s the mixed lion dance. Hopefully the day will come when different schools can amalgamate to offer a singular art, just like kung- fu.

Other revelations:

Every year actors come and go because fame is transient and memories are small in the entertainment scene. Audiences always want something new.

(JACK NEO wears several folios : Producer, Director, Entrepreneur and Talent Manager).

He enjoys ribbing, but is in fact a serious professional.

Over the years he had ridden the storm, and overcame business betrayals and setbacks, but he dauntlessly plodded on.

“Those were trying times of frustration, of course. But if you want to lift your head up high rather than to living a mere existence, you’d need all the drama you can get.

I have never attempted slapsticks, not yet.

I take pride in directing my own brand of commercial comedy films with a moral to boot.”

But slapstick or otherwise, JACK NEO will never refuse a great script.

And good money in the offering as well, of course. (guffaws).

“I am after all, a businessman,” he trails off.

 

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The entire team returns to continue where they left off in Part 2.

Shi Shen (Tosh Zhang) is seething with jealousy with Mikey. Especially after he discovers Mikey is secretly in love with his girlfriend Xiao Yu (Eva Cheng).

Aiming to win the lion dance championship title, Shi Shen spends every waking hour in strenuous training and neglects the emotional needs of Xiao Yu.

As the dance final approaches, Xiao Yu begs Shi Shen to withdraw from the competition, since he has injured himself in a sabotage attempt.

Her pleas has fallen on deaf years and she has to reckon with Shi Shen’s cocky attitude.

So no prizes for guessing  who will eventually win the fair lady’s heart.

In all JACK NEO’s productions, you can expect a mixed bag of audience reaction, fan adulation and critical reception.

But his films have always boasted box office returns.

And to NEO whose vision is “film making is a business”, this reality factor reigns supreme.

“You don’t like my films?  Then don’t go! Despite whatever the worse critic may chide, I am laughing all my way to the bank with the healthy turnout.

Action paves the way, not just pure talk.

 LION MEN2 is smartly written and superbly acted by a relatively unknown young cast from across the causeway. With JACK NEO on the helm, these guys may soon be household names.

Never undermine good talent. Just give it a break. And that is his advice.

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THE FILM DIRECTOR, THE CAST AND THE EAGER MM2 ENTERTAINMENT STAFF.

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BEFORE SHOWTIME, AT THE GENTING INTERNATIONAL SHOWROOM.

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YOU HAPPY,  I HAPPY, WE ARE ALL VERY HAPPY!

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THIS ONE’S FOR KEEPS.

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LONDON?

Ah, during late Autumn or Winter, this numbing feeling can be abysmal.

Shorter days, longer nights.

And the intense chill and frost bites blending well with the cheerless mood.

You might have hummed along with the classic hit called STREETS OF LONDON.

Lovely!

Eons ago, I discovered this tearful song that never fails to instil an absolute sense of tingling foreboding in me.

There’s this old world charm about the lyrics that’d probably touch a zillion souls.

Something about life and loneliness entwined, of poverty, reminding us to treasure whatever material wealth we  may have now, no matter  how frugal we should be, to count our blessings.

In this forlorn world, there’ll many who are deprived of company, warmth and food, if we look hard enough.

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The STREETS OF LONDON is a song with a soul, beckoning you to incite healing in this cold, dreary world ….

Let me run the meaningful lyrics for you here:

Have you seen the old man

In the closed-down market

Kicking up the paper,

with his worn out shoes?

In his eyes you see no pride

Hand held loosely at his side

Yesterday’s paper telling yesterday’s news

Chorus: So how can you tell me you’re lonely,

And say for you that the sun don’t shine?

Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of London

I’ll show you something to make you change your mind

Have you seen the old girl

Who walks the streets of London

Dirt in her hair and her clothes in rags?

She’s no time for talking,

She just keeps right on walking

Carrying her home in two carrier bags.

Chorus

In the all night cafe

At a quarter past eleven,

Same old man is sitting there on his own

Looking at the world

Over the rim of his tea-cup,

Each tea lasts an hour

Then he wanders home alone

Chorus

Have you seen the old man

Outside the Seaman’s Mission

Memory fading with the medal ribbons that he wears

In our winter city,

The rain cries a little pity

For one more forgotten hero

And a world that doesn’t care

POVERTY doesn’t just exist in third world countries,  it’s rampant everywhere..

Due to the escalating costs of living, lack of goverment support sometimes, and a poor job market, the current global crunch, many are finding it even harder to support themselves & their families – circumstances forcing them to become homeless or live out on the streets.

And not just the men and women, but also CHILDRENand the DISABLED.

We are going through a global recession now.

Avoid overindulgence.

Go easy on the bank credit and live within your means.

Save money for a rainy day.

You never know when the storm will come.

Get wise, be prepared.

Prevention is better than cure.

Life’s full of unexpected surprises that will come aknocking when you least expect them.

Smile, render a kind deed.

If each of us does one part to cheer this trouble world and maintain the harmony, then the entire planet would be a joyous place to live in.

TRY IT!

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” WOULD IT BE LOVERLY ” …..

Right?

Posted by: koolcampus | July 22, 2014

WHAT IS IT LIKE TO BE UNLOVED AND ALONE?

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 YOU DON’T LIKE TO BE ALONE?

Then treasure the Ones around You.

(Hello, sweet FOLKS. This is a clean work-of- art with a nice picture, as long as you don’t think dirty).

Of course I did not write this. I distilled it from somewhere. 

It was another brilliant person who has extensive life experiences, who wrote to share. 

These are social issues that we all know – that nobody, in his right frame of mind, would want to be alone.

Loneliness can assail you like a bitter plum. It saps you, drains you and eventually eats your soul.

Here’s goes:

“It’s sad to be alone.

You can have all the money in the world, but if you don’t have anyone to share it with, you have nothing.

The need for human companionship is universal.

Humans are creatures of community and need each other for companionship.”

LIFE’S PERSONAL AND REAL, FOLKS, NOT SOMETHING YOU SAVOR ON REEL.

Posted by: koolcampus | July 14, 2014

“YOU DON’T LIVE FOREVER, YOU KNOW?”

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Writer LEO BABAUTA wrote a beautiful piece on the subject of

“IMPERMANENCE”.

Read it and you’ll find his message rings so true.

You have LIFE and everyone is blessed with only a short span on Mother Earth.

So why take everything for granted and fritter away precious moments?

He says:

“The cherry blossom falls after its short beautiful bloom.

It floats gently down to earth.

Its life is over, but the limitedness of its existence is one of the biggest reasons the blossom is so gorgeous.

If we knew that the blossom would last forever, it wouldn’t have the same poignant beauty, and we’d take it for granted.

The blossom’s impermanence, its fleetingness, its transience — this is why we appreciate it.

Our lives are similarly short.

We have but a moment on this rock, but we forget that impermanence and take our days for granted.

We fritter away those days with the wasted activities of TV, social media, computer games.

If we remember the impermanence of life, perhaps we could appreciate its gentle passing with as much appreciation as a cherry blossom.”

Do you agree?

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“DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES” (2014) MOVIE REVIEW

In context and form, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” is one helluva of a great film to boot, for its human and beast elements.

You can sense and feel the input of blood and tears indulged by the cast and crew members, in a joint-effort to harness artistic perfection for this movie.

Unfortunately, the media presentation was shown in the standard cinematic format.

Had the press members been treated to the 3D version, it would have been so much more gripping.

It is an absolute wonderment to appraise the menacing apes fighting for dear life in the battlefield to protect their fort against the human mercenaries with machine guns.

“DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES” is a well-detailed remarkable film. It is not just a work of art, as much as it is entertaining.

This is a ground breaking project packaged with brilliant visual effects by the post production department, capturing and intensifying every emotional delivery.

Apes, like humans, have profound feelings, both good and bad.

Most scenes are emo-sensitively charged to keep the audience enraptured.

Film director MATT REEVES has successfully given us a top-notched entertainment.

The Nutshell content:

 A nation of genetically evolved apes led by Caesar (brilliantly voiced by ANDY SERKIS) find their jungle existence threatened by a band of human survivors who causedthe destructive “simian flu” virus to be unleashed a decade earlier.

While mankind has suffered as a result, and most people died over the past decade, the apes on  the other hand have flourished. They now reside in the forests north of San Francisco, an ape city surrounded by lush woods and waterfalls.

Then out of the blue a small gang of human survivors appear to disrupt the peace.

Initially the humans and apes agree to an interim peace, but this truce is short-lived, as both sides will not compromise.

Now all hell break lose for both humans and beasts in a challenge to determine who’s the Earth’s dominant power.

Aside the heartbreaking vocal performance of  SERKIS that forms the crux of the plot, the rest of the ensemble cast specially JASON CLARKE (as Malcolm), GARY OLDMAN and KERI RUSSELL deliver powerful performances.

It is amazing  for us to enjoy a sadistic scene (for example) of an angry ape riding into a storm of bullets with a machine gun toting in each hand. Both we love the massacre.

The imagery of the apes is painstakingly rendered to give facial expressions heart and  soul.

You can be brought to tears when you feel  the power of love as you witness tender moments shared with CAESAR and his injured wife CORNELIA (JUDY GREER).

The dynamic between the screen characters  CAESAR (ape) and MALCOLM (hero) is obvious.

The two share a common goal, as Malcolm is also trying to protect his family (a son, Kodi Smit-McPhee, wife, Keri Russell) and his people.

The desired truce comes from a shared understanding that they are working and sharing the same vision — for family, for community, for the future.

Closing Credits:

It’s a fascinating film, staged with passion and skill that stands as one of the best of the year.

A must-see!

RATING: 4.5 out of 5

Local Distributor: 20th Century Fox Malaysia

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As the Movie plays, my sub-conscious mind keeps on drifting back and forth from the lyrics of this song called “The Piano Man” and … shuck! … now I know why.

“THE FAULT in OUR STARS” (2014) MOVIE REVIEW

Love is a many-splendored thing. Really.

It embodies parental love, buddy love and boy-and-girl love. Life is meaningless without any form of love. Unless you will it, we are not destined to exist in this world alone.

If you love a good cry, then “THE FAULT IN OUR STARS” is nicely crafted for you. No worries, no one would dare to say you are pathetic. Because you are not by yourself nursing your grief.

The TRUTH is, someone in my neighborhood whom I am acquainted with is suffering from terminal cancer as I pen this Review. No name, as he’s not a buddy but his affliction has brought me a step closer to the man and his lot.

Should I say that this Article is kind-of-a-tribute to him?

“THE FAULT IN OUR STARS” depicts the doomed romance of two cancer victims GUS (ANSEL ELGORT)  and HAZEL (SHAILENE WOODLEY) who believe they are fated to meet, therefore they cling to each other for emotional support.

The film is set to tug at your heartstrings and stimulate your tear ducts.

It has been inspired by the 6th novel penned by author JOHN GREEN, which was published in January 2012.

In my own words I would rate this movie as “vivid, immediate, engaging and well worth seeing”.

It is directed by JOSH BOONE and he has helmed a beautiful production.

The tale is narrated by a 16 year old cancer patient named HAZEL  (SHAILENE WOODLEY) who’s been coaxed by her dutiful parents to attend a social support group to “get her out of her shell”.

The inevitable happens. She meets and falls in love with a 17 -year old AUGUSTUS WALTER (ANSEL ELGORT) , an ex-basketball player and amputee.

This is where the “heartwarming process” starts in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Because of her cancer, HAZEL uses a portable oxygen tank to breathe comfortably. She tugs this with her, wherever she goes.

In one of the support meetings she meets GUS, the leading actor.

He’s there to lend moral support for their mutual friend, ISAAC (NAT WOLFF).

Isaac has a tumor in one eye that has been surgically removed, and now he has to have his other eye taken out as well.

GUS happily tells HAZEL that she resembles Natalie Portman and invites HAZEL to his house to watch one of Portman’s movies.

HAZEL reveals that she has thyroid cancer that has spread to her lungs. GUS had osteosarcoma but is cured after he has his leg amputated.

The mood-and-tone is morbid, perhaps. But this is how the doomed romance blossoms.

“A heart-breaking flick, crisply written and made with brutal fascination. The acting is terrific.”

Both SHAILENE WOODLEY and ANSEL ELGORT share an affable onscreen chemistry and pitch in memorable performances.

To sum it all up, “THE FAULT IN OUR STARS” is powerful as much as it is unforgettable.

Don’t let the subject matter alarm you.

Loving someone deeply through severe sickness is always a task.

But no matter whatever the circumstances, screen leads GUS and HAZEL share a divine love for each other, often giving something of themselves in the process.

You will be reminded to take time to live life as you should and soak in the “moments”. Do not take people around us for granted.

Your loved ones cannot be around to root for you forever.

Like everything else, there’s no permanence to people and relationships.

And you gonna believe this.

RATING: 4 out of 5.

LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR: 20th CENTURY FOX MALAYSIA

 

 

 

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“TRANSFORMERS: AGE of EXTINCTION” (2014) MOVIE REVIEW

This Reviewer cannot claim to be a loyal fan of the TRANSFORMERS franchise, but admittedly the special effects department of the current offering has technically, rendered a magnificent job.

The sizzling effects comes spectacularly alive …. thanks to director MICHAEL BAY, his scriptwriter EHREN KRUGER and his director-of-photography AMIR MOKRI who gloriously captured the robotic “fire-works” and deliver them to us in the realm of the IMAX 3D.

 Millions of  years ago, the Earth was traumatized by an extinction exercise by robots to do away with the human race.

A  superior robotic element was using their technology to turn living organisms into ‘Transformium.’

Fast forward to present day and research group KSI may have uncovered metal dinosaur fossils in the Arctic.

Humanity has learnt a lesson and is now sparing no chances and is taking drastic measures against bad robots.

After the battle of Chicago four years ago, the Transformers are now the most wanted deadly aliens on the planet.

The US government is briskly hunting whatever left of the Transformers that had survived the massive kill.

Director MICHAEL BAY who initially left the franchise graciously returns, promising an exciting new package, roping in MARK WAHLBERG to play Cade Yeagar, and as well as lining new Transformers for his trademark explosive live action spectaculars.

The CIA black ops teams are cutting a swathe through Autobots and Decepticons with the help of a mysterious robotic assassin determined on capturing Optimus Prime, but he’s nowhere to be found.

That is until Cade Yeager (WAHLBERG), his daughter Tessa (NICOLA PELTZ) and Lucas (T.J. MILLER) discover an old husk of a mack truck that’s more than just a mere vehicle.

BAY enhances the action  especially in scenes where robots fighting against humans in the thick of the fray.

Debris flying, towering infernos and what-have-you rising above the boom crash mayhem  will keep the audience enraptured, clamoring for more.

On a gentle note: the bad robots can be exterminated by humans; they are not invincible.

Strategic scenes are shot in HONG KONG and CHINA to cash in on the colossal Chinese market.

CHINA with a populace of 1,390 billion people is a ready-to-be-tapped cash cow.

And naturally, dollars make the earth goes round.

Take note of the fun bits here:

In order to please the China market, you get weak appearances from celebrated China artistes like actress Li Bingbing (李冰冰) and singer/actor Han Geng (韓庚).

Why, you ask. These artistes look intimidated, milling around their white brothers.

Actress BING BING is merely a piece of disposable decorum uttering dumb lines.

Yes, she does appear in key scenes, holding her fort admirably.

She kicks ass and speeds precariously on a motorcycle to save her boss. Other than that, there’s nothing heroic out of the norm.

Actor HAN GENG gets to utter one silly exclamation.

And as for China boxing champion ZOU SHIMING (鄒市明), he gets to flex his boxing prowess for just a few minutes of glory.

Other Chinese actors, such as The Bund’s <上海灘> actor RAY LUI (呂良偉) are mere well-paid “extras” hoping for a Hollywood break.

The second half of the film reeks like one “long-winded product commercial.”

The audience is treated to a neatly arranged loop of advertisements showcasing product categories from egg white powder and mineral spring water to cars and jewels. Provided you exercise your power of vision carefully.

And the list rattles on ….

This is another MICHAEL BAY brand for his international  fans and for them, a MICHAEL BAY movie is a must-see, as the magic never fails to ignite, and the provision is always riveting and fiercely moving.

The film director continues to drum up ways to make robotic shape-shifting look realistic on 3D.

Shooting in Hong Kong and China provide a battlefield to cash in on the franchise’s second most lucrative market. A win-win situation, isn’t it?

Smart move. Right.

Do check this one out.

RATING: 3.5 out of 5.

Local Distributor:  United International Pictures (UIP)

 

Posted by: koolcampus | June 22, 2014

“THE ROVER” (2014) Movie Review. An ODE to DARKNESS.

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“THE ROVER” (2014) MOVIE REVIEW

At the outset, the stills from”THE ROVER” appear to be a mash-up of brooding expressions on the leads. What gives?

You can see latent anger, feel the angst and observe these two actors (totally with contrasting personalities) blazing  the dare-devil track of a dangerous road trip in the sprawling outback of Australia.

You have to hand  to GUY PEARCE for being such a stirring actor.

He is spot-on for his portrayal of ERIC the loner. He has vengeful  intents on his mind and will stop at nothing to retrieve his prized possession, a vehicle who has been unceremoniously snatched from him under his very nose in a “daylight robbery”.

You can scream foul that the scorching sun is driving everybody nuts . While ERIC is all roar, he is still very much vulnerable.

ROBERT PATTINSON is excellent as he tackles on the challenging role of REY.

He totally sheds his pretty boy image to play a dim-witted survivor who’s being dragged into this dangerous game of cat-and-mouse.

His screen character requires him to display a multi-layered personae of helplessness in this emotionally charged and gritty feature.

 It’s “two thumbs up” for ROBERT PATTINSON.

He excels as REY proving that there’s indeed, a future for him, after his post-Twilight days.

Let’s roll out the film synopsis:

We are led to a desolate world, a pitiful and a futile patch of the Australian Outback 10 years after a Western economic collapse.

We see survivors roaming like post-apocalyptic zombies, scrambling over a broken society’s scraps and will kill for a teeny bit of these. It’s that bad.

Yeah, life is cheap.

And it is amid all this furore that an embittered loner Eric (PEARCE) travels the desolate towns of the outback for no apparent reasons.

When a gang of thieves steals his car they leave behind a wounded Rey (PATTINSON) in their wake.

Forcing Rey to help track the gang, Eric will go to any lengths to take back his only prized possession. The single-minded purpose of retrieving forms the crux of this jagged movie.

DAVID MICHOD wrote the film based on a plot he crafted with JOEY EDGERTON, a gifted actor in his own right.

MICHOD’s name may not ring a bell, but his debut film, “Animal Kingdom,” was one of 2010’s great successes.

This second venture, though very different, affirms him as an impressive filmmaker with a talent for creating distinctive worlds.

The film director demonstrates to us his own bleak world of darkness. The imagery is stunningly awesome.

We pay homage to all that’s doom and gloom.

It’s one cheerless disposition that grips you in a forsaken world of demented surprises.

The plot is tirelessly twisted and disturbing, so much that it gets under your skin.

Despite an intentionally arty plot, strong performances from the leads pave the way from start to end.

Well worth a see.

RATING: 4 out of 5.

Local Distributor: GSC MOVIES.

 

 

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 “BLACK BUTLER” 黒執事(2014) JAPANESE MOVIE REVIEW

This Reviewer tries to be a follower of Japanese movies many years ago. You cannot say he has succeeded, given the dearth of Japanese imports these days. 

Good Japanese projects ooze a certain amount of charm that will mesmerize you, liken to the craze affecting addictive followers of the Korean cinema. The cultural reality is different.

“THE BLACK BUTLER” is a fine example of a manga story plucked from the Japanese comic world.

It is crafted for the manga lovers.

Manga are comics created in Japan using the Japanese language, conforming to a lifestyle developed by Japan in the late 19th century.

In Japan, manga is a powerful element, a rage, a culture. Japanese of all ages read manga, the medium of which embodies a broad range of genres such as action, adventure, romance, sports and a whole lot more.

Let’s run over “THE BLACK BUTLER” 黑执事” Synopsis

The year is 2020.

Mummified corpses of murdered dignitaries are strewn all over the world.

A tarot card is the only clue left at every crime scene to tentalize the police.

The overall mood is grim signaling that the globe is in total chaos.

We start with Kiyoharu who is the young head of the Genpo noble family who runs a colossal toy manufacturing enterprise.

Kiyoharu also doubles up as a secret watchdog for the Queen, a confidential service that his family has provided for generations.

The Queen instructs Kiyoharu to resolve the case of the mummification incidents.

The operation is spearheaded by his arrogant butler, Sebastian, who is cold and ruthless and is in fact a living demon.

Kiyoharu is in fact a female who has been hiding his true female identity since his parents’ tragic death 10 years earlier.

In return for pledging his undying support, Sebastian is promised his master’s soul after Kiyoharu has avenged the murder of his parents.

Who is the mastermind behind the serial mummification deaths?

Will Kiyoharu finally apprehend his parents’ murderers?

You have to watch the movie for the answers.

 Directors Kentaro Otani and Keiichi Sato maintain the right mood and tone of the manga occult-themed style.

From the set ambience to the actors, everything is done to amplify the action.

Sebastian’s fight scenes are well choreographed. The movie is deliciously demented as everything is not played nice, fair or easy.

If you enjoy the theme of manga, then the film is crafted for you.

Sweet dream!

RATING: 3 out of 5

Local Distributor: GSC MOVIES

 

 

Posted by: koolcampus | June 16, 2014

LONELINESS and SOLITUDE. What Gives?

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