Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Positive News for Sept. 30th - Oct. 6th

A gripping story confronting the challenges of human desire within the European correctional system may be on the way from Roman Polanski following the Academy Award winning director’s method research in a Swiss prison. Since September 26th, 2009 Polanski has been utilizing first-person living experience or a method research style to gain a better understanding of life inside a European prison in order to bring a similar truth and realism to the big screen. Polanski is expected to continue his latest research for at least several months adding to the 42 days of correctional life study he amassed while researching American youth in 1978. [click here for silver lining “Swiss Fight Polanski Appeal Against Arrest”]

Several thousand US soldiers are expected to visit Afghanistan to help mark the 8-year anniversary of America’s increased interest in the country. Emotions are running high throughout several branches of the US armed services as soldiers anxiously await the president’s decision on just how many more troops will mark the occasion within the Middle Eastern country itself. Although the military never anticipated an 8-year relationship when it began, US troops will willingly continue to celebrate its involvement until their numbers and presence are no longer needed. [click here for silver lining: “8 Years In, Obama Weighs Afghanistan Options”]

Late night talk show host David Letterman has successfully made the transition from TV personality to full-blown celebrity following recent developments regarding his professional and personal life. After 32 years in show business, Letterman’s personal efforts have put him on equal footing and in some cases eclipsed the achievements of his MTV, reality and cable TV contemporaries in the international celebrity spotlight. Furthermore, Letterman’s seasoned abilities could just be the legitimacy CBS needs in order to attract the younger demographic put off by strong characters, plot, and drama. [click here for silver lining: “Letterman Makes In-Studio Apology To Wife, Staffers”]

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