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  1. Nessa it is the best I have seen so far. You can watch it free streaming online but you can buy it for ?2 or ?3 online at Amazon etc. Get it on DVD it is bloody awesome. Thanks to (gotitGOOD) for this link to the free online stream of it, beware it may make you teary eyed. http://ffilms.org/how-i-live-now-2013/ It's beautiful.
  2. Enlightening and uplifting. Thank you.
  3. Csibe04, Hi and good luck with the learning German part of it, it is very similar language to Swiss and you will be understood by everyone in Switzerland if you learn it, they are very similar languages, again good luck and I hope it all works out well for you. :wink:
  4. I also wish you both well but like the posts above I have a few concerns. I know we here in Europe consider 16 the age to legally have sex or smoke cigarettes, get married or pregnant etc and when we are 18 we can drink alcohol and are basically considered an adult whereas in the US the age is 21 years old so we all take those limits as guidelines from wherever we come from but you say you were 14 years old and he was 32, that is a bit worrying. I understand that things in Sudan may be a bit different but that is one large age gap. If you were say 20 and he was 38 then I would be ok with that but let me elaborate a little. I lived in Switzerland and all the surrounding countrys, I am from England and also lived in the US for 10 years. People who live in Switzerland tend to have very well paid jobs and a better lifestyle than say for instance border countrys like France, Germany, Austria. All I can say is be careful. Learn the language as fast as you can and never give anyone your passport and keep a stash of money at least for a plane ticket somewhere safe. Good luck to you if it works out well but be equal with your partner and be firm if need be.
  5. I really feel I have to put this movie in here as I have not seen anyone else mention it yet. (The Mists Of Avalon) This was the movie that gave me the courage to let my cousin know how much I love her. It is full of all kinds of blood relative relationships and the consequences either good or bad that come of them but also it is a damn good film to watch as well, it is my favourite. The first time I met my cousin I brought it with me and we watched it together and then I left the movie with her hoping she would understand my feelings and guess what it worked :cheesy: I would recommend it to everyone in this forum, you wont regret it.
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