Dreaming Living Out Loud
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Another marvelous still from Roy’s latest, unreleased movie: “Ceci nest pas un polar”
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Roy plays Andre, a taxi driver who has gone through heartbreak and is resentful. He meets a passenger who sparks life into him, but not without a risk. Love the plot.

roydupuisatwork:

Another marvelous still from Roy’s latest, unreleased movie: “Ceci nest pas un polar”

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Roy plays Andre, a taxi driver who has gone through heartbreak and is resentful. He meets a passenger who sparks life into him, but not without a risk. Love the plot.
roydupuisatwork:

New Pic! “Ceci nest pas un polar” (2014) The film reunites him with actress Christine Beaulieu who played his girlfriend in Mesrine, Killer Instinct.

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Another film of his I have to see.

roydupuisatwork:

New Pic! “Ceci nest pas un polar” (2014) The film reunites him with actress Christine Beaulieu who played his girlfriend in Mesrine, Killer Instinct.

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Another film of his I have to see.

do u wanna cuddle naked yes or yes 

I think I know the perfect person/actor to cuddle with…Roy Dupuis!! Cuddle with moi!
crisisgroup:

Syrian Refugees Give Up Hope of Returning Home | Ayla Albayrak and Joe Parkinson
In the months after Kholood Aloksh walked for eight days to flee the violence engulfing her hometown of Houla, she consoled herself with dreams of a rapid return to Syria and the restart of her disrupted studies.
Two years later, 22-year-old Ms. Aloksh is still in Turkey with her six siblings and has lost hope of going back. Studying civil engineering on a government scholarship in a Turkish university, she is settling into a new life as a long-term exile.
“Now I know I must concentrate on building my future in Turkey,” Ms. Aloksh said, her fellow students buzzing around the university canteen in the city of Gaziantep, close to Turkey’s Syrian border. “The war can continue for even a decade.”
As Syria’s civil war enters its fourth year, a growing number of the 800,000 Syrians in Turkey and across the region are concluding there may be no future in their homeland. That is aggravating a policy problem for Turkey and neighboring states, and underscoring how the conflict is reshaping the Middle East in ways that may be irreversible.
FULL ARTICLE (Wall Street Journal)
Photo: İHH İnsani Yardım Vakfı/TURKEY/flickr

Awful…no words.

crisisgroup:

Syrian Refugees Give Up Hope of Returning Home | Ayla Albayrak and Joe Parkinson

In the months after Kholood Aloksh walked for eight days to flee the violence engulfing her hometown of Houla, she consoled herself with dreams of a rapid return to Syria and the restart of her disrupted studies.

Two years later, 22-year-old Ms. Aloksh is still in Turkey with her six siblings and has lost hope of going back. Studying civil engineering on a government scholarship in a Turkish university, she is settling into a new life as a long-term exile.

“Now I know I must concentrate on building my future in Turkey,” Ms. Aloksh said, her fellow students buzzing around the university canteen in the city of Gaziantep, close to Turkey’s Syrian border. “The war can continue for even a decade.”

As Syria’s civil war enters its fourth year, a growing number of the 800,000 Syrians in Turkey and across the region are concluding there may be no future in their homeland. That is aggravating a policy problem for Turkey and neighboring states, and underscoring how the conflict is reshaping the Middle East in ways that may be irreversible.

FULL ARTICLE (Wall Street Journal)

Photo: İHH İnsani Yardım Vakfı/TURKEY/flickr

Awful…no words.

Love this movie!

Ahhhhh…cuteness overload!

With love by ruth5 featuring metal wall art

My own tribute to Roy Dupuis since he’s so handsome and talented. *Sighs* If only…
With love by ruth5 featuring metal wall art
My own tribute to Roy Dupuis since he’s so handsome and talented. *Sighs* If only…