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Most Americans are at least aware that India has a thriving movie business.  These “Bollywood” movies are typically filmed in Mumbai in the language of “Hindi”.

My first introduction to Bollywood was about 15 years ago with the movie, “Monsoon Wedding” which received a fair amount of attention in American cinemas.

Movie Poster for Bollywood hit Monsoon Wedding

Movie Poster for Bollywood hit Monsoon Wedding

A couple of years ago, I saw a wonderful Bollywood comedy called “3 Idiots” (or Three Idiots).  In addition to wonderful comedic timing, “3 Idiots” was complete with sweeping dance numbers with the dancers in beautiful outfits.

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I know you were wondering, too.  Has the world exhausted topics for new websites?

I can confirm that the answer is “Yes”.  There is a website dedicated to pictures of the feet of celebrities.

Keira Knightley's Feet - The World Wide Web is Now Complete

Keira Knightley's Feet - The World Wide Web is Now Complete

I found the website by accident… that’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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Steve Carell and Keira Knightley are two of my favorite performers. Steve Carell because he is so funny.

Keira Knightley because she is so incredibly cute. And that’s not totally fair to Keira Knightley, because she is also very talented.

My two favorite movies starring Keira Knightley are “Atonement” and “Never Let Me Go.”

Steve Carell Kiera Knightley and Asteroid Matilda star in Seeking A Friend for the End of the World

Steve Carell Kiera Knightley and Asteroid Matilda star in Seeking A Friend for the End of the World

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“Never Let Me Go” takes place sometimes in the future in the United Kingdom.

Movie Poster for "Never Let Me Go"

Movie Poster for "Never Let Me Go"

The movie begins with what looks to be a gathering at a strict British boarding school. At the time, neither the audience nor the children realize that this is not an ordinary boarding school.

We are introduced to the movie’s three central characters as children: Ruth, Kathy and Tommy.

Most of the movie takes place during the main characters’ young adult lives (late teens and early twenties).

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