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He tells me the director who claimed, 'The cinema is not a slice of life, it's a piece of cake' was Alfred Hitchcock.
Slice of Life is Gene's third book, and he just keeps getting better and better.
The products come in six fragrances: Island Cottage, Slice of Life, Sweet Surrender, Tropical Garden, Country Meadow and Summer Shower.
Variety is the slice of life after golfers from the professional amateur ranks competed side by side at Shirley Golf Club to raise money to treat disadvantaged and poorly children to a special day out at the Botanical Gardens in Birmingham.
It was interesting because many of the books seemed to be bashing men, but after examining the story line, I realized that it's just a slice of life.
That redemption can be found in suffering seems to be a theme of this artistic, urban, slice of life.
Six world premieres top the program, including Dublin's own The Drowning Room, by Nuala Kelly, about the funeral of a hate-crime victim; London's Slice of Life Productions with Don't Call Me Baby, about a dog-owner who treats his pooch like a surrogate child, much to his partner's chagrin; and, also from London, Russell Labey's 3 Dads 4 Sean, about a trio of old men grappling with issues of inheritance.
WITH a great cast and creepy effects, Afterlife is a new ITV1 drama series offering a spooky slice of life and death for Saturday nights.
The ground could have been a real money-spinner for the club - and brought an extra slice of life to the city.
In this case, rather than write about literature, they select a slice of life to scrutinize.
He now has published a book of his humor entitled Slice of Life.
The film was very like a French art film--a slice of life, not artificial survivors or a violence-threatening tell-all-that gave a very real look at a professional company's daily and nightly ways.