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At a Glance
    2017-December-4  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

New season

NETFLIX’S fan fave TV series “Stranger Things” is officially coming back for another season.

The company made the announcement Friday on Twitter. The news comes just months after the genre-blending drama picked up five awards, out of 18 nominations, at the 2017 Emmy Awards. It also picked up a SAG Award earlier this year for best drama series ensemble. The win solidified the show’s status as a genre series that is also a critical hit — a rare feat.

Season 2 debuted in October. Season 3 does not yet have a target release date.

Investigation

NEW York’s Metropolitan Opera says it has opened an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against the conductor James Levine.

Levine, 74, was music director at the Met for 40 years before retiring for health reasons in 2016. The New York Times said the claims were based on a 2016 police report in which a man accused Levine of abusing him as a teenager in the 1980s. The Times said the Met had been aware of the report since last year. However, Levine had denied the accusations and the Met had heard nothing further from police, the newspaper added.

Oscar entry

A RADICALIZED jihadi bride is not likely to be the most sympathetic of protagonists. But in the Netherlands’ Oscar entry “Layla M.,” director Mijke de Jong succeeds in showing the human being, both lovable and deeply flawed, behind the reviled caricature.

The film follows Layla (Nora El Koussour), a smart, sharp-tongued 18-year-old of Moroccan descent who was born and raised in Amsterdam. Her family is thoroughly assimilated into Dutch culture, even speaking Dutch at home. But Layla is increasingly hurt and enraged by the discrimination she sees against her fellow Muslims in Dutch society. The intensity of her emotion pushes her toward militant Islam and into an abusive marriage with a charming young radical named Abdel (Ilias Addab), leading her down a path she ultimately realizes is not for her.(SD-Agencies)

 

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