Canton Memorial Civic Center

The {[0][LOC]Canton Memorial Civic Center} is a multi - purpose arena located in {[1][LOC]Canton}, {[2][LOC]Ohio}, {[3][LOC]United States}, and is currently the home arena for the {[4][ORG]Canton Charge} of the {[5][ORG]NBA G League}. Built in {[6][TIME]1951}, previous sports teams that have played at the center include the {[7][ORG]Canton Legends} indoor football team, {[8][ORG]Canton Invaders} indoor soccer team, and {[9][ORG]Ohio Aviators} of the {[10][ORG]American Basketball Association}. The building is owned by the {[1][LOC]City of Canton} and operated by {[11][ORG]SMG}. Capacity is {[12][NUM]5,200} in the arena, and up to {[13][NUM]600} in the {[14][LOC]McKinley Room}. The facility has over the years hosted concerts, professional wrestling cards, political rallies, family shows, and features a number of annual {[15][MISC]Pro Football Hall of Fame} festival events.

Paris Belongs to Us

{[0][MISC]Paris Belongs to Us}(sometimes translated as {[1][MISC] Paris Is Ours})is a {[2][TIME]1961} {[3][LOC]French} mystery film directed by {[4][PER]Jacques Rivette}. Set in {[5][LOC]Paris} in{[6][TIME]1957} and often referencing {[7][PER]Shakespeare }'s play {[8][MISC]Pericles}, the title is highly ironic because the characters are immigrants or alienated and do not feel that they belong at all. The story centres on an essentially innocent young university student called {[9][PER]Anne} who through her older brother meets a group of friends haunted by mysterious tensions and fears that lead {[10][NUM]two} of them to commit suicide. Among them is her opposite, a femme fatale called {[11][PER]Terry} who has had affairs with all the men. The source of the malaise affecting the group is never explained, leaving viewers to ponder how far it might be an amalgam of individual imbalances, general existentialist anxiety, or the more specific paranoia of the {[12][MISC]Cold War} as the world faced the possibility of nuclear annihilation.

The Great Appeal

{[0][MISC]The Great Appeal}({[1][MISC]Italian}: {[0][MISC]Il Grande appello}) is a {[2][TIME]1936} {[3][LOC]Italian} war film directed by {[4][PER]Mario Camerini} and starring {[5][PER]Camillo Pilotto}, {[6][PER]Roberto Villa} and {[7][PER]Lina d'Acosta}. It is sometimes known by the alternative title {[0][MISC]The Last Roll-Call}. {[4][PER]Camerini} was considered to have no sympathies with the {[8][ORG]Fascist} regime of {[9][LOC]Italy}, but he made this propaganda film that endorsed the colonial policies of the {[3][LOC]Italian} government. It was one of a number of {[10][LOC]African}-set films made during the {[8][ORG]Fascist} era including {[11][MISC]The White Squadron}({[2][TIME]1936}), {[12][MISC]Sentinels of Bronze}({[13][TIME]1937}) and {[14][MISC]Luciano Serra, Pilot}({[15][TIME]1938}). The film portrays the rediscovery of his patriotism of an {[3][LOC]Itatian}, who eventually dies for his country.

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