The Ones Below – Das Böse unter uns

The Ones Below – Das Böse unter uns (org. The Ones Below) ist ein britischer Thriller aus dem Jahr 2015 von David Farr mit Clémence Poésy in der Hauptrolle.

Justin und Kate erwarten ihr erstes Kind. Die Freude ist groß, als sich herausstellt, dass auch deren neue Nachbarn Jon und Theresa ebenfalls ein Kind erwarten, für die sich damit ein lange gehegter Wunsch erfüllt. Die Paare freunden sich an und verbringen ein gemeinsames Abendessen in Justin und Kates Wohnung. Am Ende des Abends kommt es durch eine Verkettung unglücklicher Zufälle zu einem Unfall, bei dem Theresa eine Treppe hinunterstürzt und eine Totgeburt erleidet. In ihrer Trauer gibt das Paar Kate und Justin die Schuld an dem Unfall. Später entschuldigen sie sich jedoch dafür und beschließen zunächst nach Deutschland auszuwandern um dort ihren Verlust zu betrauern.

Kate bringt währenddessen einen Jungen zur Welt thermos steel, mit dessen Betreuung sie jedoch zunehmend überfordert ist. Als Theresa und Jon in ihre Wohnung zurückkehren, sprechen sich die Paare aus und Theresa unterstützt Kate bei der Betreuung ihres Sohnes. Kate empfindet das Verhalten ihrer Nachbarn jedoch zunehmend als Merkwürdig, unter anderem beobachtet sie Theresa dabei, wie sie Fotos von ihrem Baby macht. Als die Nachbarn nicht zuhause sind, geht Kate mithilfe eines Zweitschlüssels, den sie noch vom Vormieter besitzt, in die Wohnung. Dort findet sie auf einer Digitalkamera diverse Fotos von Jon und Theresa mit ihrem Sohn. Zudem findet sie ein fertig eingerichtetes Kinderzimmer vor, in welchem ebenfalls solche Fotos aufgestellt sind. Als Jon nach Hause zurückkehrt, kann Kate gerade rechtzeitig die Wohnung verlassen. Sie erzählt Justin von ihrer Entdeckung und beide stellen Theresa und Jon zur Rede smartphone waterproof case. Jon, der anscheinend Kates Anwesenheit in der Wohnung zuvor bemerkt hatte, hat jedoch alle Spuren beseitigt.

Justin beginnt an Kates Zurechnungsfähigkeit zu zweifeln, da in ihrer Familie schon häufiger psychische Krankheiten aufgetreten sind. Kate kann ihn dennoch überzeugen umzuziehen. Sie finden eine neue Wohnung, die sie zwei Tage später beziehen können. Bis dahin bittet Kate Justin, sie nicht alleine zu lassen. Wegen einer dringenden Angelegenheit wird er jedoch an seinen Arbeitsplatz gerufen und muss die Wohnung doch verlassen. Dort angekommen stellt sich diese Angelegenheit jedoch als Missverständnis heraus, zudem erhält er eine Email von Kate indem sie sich für alles was sie getan hat entschuldigt. Währenddessen zeigt eine andere Einstellung eine blonde Frau von hinten, die ein Bündel aus einem Kinderwagen hebt und in einen großen Teich wirft.

Als Justin in Panik zu Hause ankommt findet er zunächst Kate tot in der Badewanne vor und später den leeren Kinderwagen an dem Teich. Von ihrem Sohn fehlt jede Spur. Es scheint, als habe die psychisch kranke Kate ihren Sohn im See versenkt und sich anschließend das Leben genommen.

Die Auflösung des Films zeigt jedoch, dass Theresa und Jon, nachdem sie Justin von zu Hause weggelockt haben, Kate zunächst betäubt und anschließend scheinbar in die Badewanne gelegt haben. Jon hat die Email an Justins Arbeitscomputer geschickt. Die blonde Frau, die das Bündel in den Teich geworfen hat, war Theresa. Bei dem Bündel handelte es sich offenbar um Kates Katze. Das Baby entführten Theresa und Jon so unbemerkt und nahmen es mit nach Deutschland. Sie betrachten das Baby von nun an als ihren Sohn.

Der Film feierte seine Premiere am 13. September 2015 beim Toronto International Film Festival und wurde am 11. März 2016 in den britischen Kinos veröffentlicht. In Deutschland wurde der Film erstmals bei den Filmfestspielen Berlin am 12. Februar 2016 gezeigt und anschließend auf einigen weiteren deutschen Filmfestivals aufgeführt. Am 25. November 2016 erschien der Film in Deutschland auf DVD und Bluray.

Regisseur David Farr wurde beim Glasgow Film Festival 2016 für den Publikumspreis nominiert. Bei den Saturn Awards 2017 erhielt der Film eine Nominierung in der Kategorie “Bester Independant Film”.

Fall of Envy

Fall of Envy is an American rock band from Orlando, Florida that was formed in 2005 by Tom Harrington, Greg Harrington, and Michael T. Baker.

Formed in 2005, Fall Of Envy is a six-piece, melodic, hard rock band based out of Orlando, Florida. Fall Of Envy consists of Michael Baker (lead singer), Tommy Harrington (lead guitar), Chris Gaarlandt (rhythm guitar), Dave Rivenbaark (bass) and Brandt Frenchman (percussion). Passionate and driven, Fall Of Envy has already seen their share of ups and downs, including the loss of their close friend and founding member, Greg Harrington. However phone case bag, through it all, Fall Of Envy has proven their dedication, desire, and staying power goalie soccer jerseys.

Fall Of Envy has opened for several national acts including Guns N’ Roses, Papa Roach, Sevendust, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Chevelle, Buckcherry, The Used, and Nonpoint. In 2008, Fall Of Envy released their first, full-length album, Poetic Rage, recorded and produced by Justin Thomas, producer of Dark New Day, Alter Bridge’s Acoustic Tracks, Faktion smartphone waterproof case, and Stereoside. Since then, Fall Of Envy’s music has appeared on numerous radio stations. “Fix Myself” was featured in a cross promotion with the CW network (CW-18) for over 5 months which included a video, recorded in the CW studios, that was incorporated into the 30 and 60 second promotional clips for shows such as 90210, Supernatural, and The OC. In 2009, the XFC (Xtreme Fighting Championship) named Fall Of Envy the organization’s official band; “For You” was chosen as the theme song for the XFC’s nationally televised MMA fight series, which premiered in April 2009. Fall Of Envy has also licensed tracks to Channel One News, a network reaching over 6 million teens in middle schools and high schools across the country.

Fall Of Envy has headlined at such major venues as Hard Rock Live and House of Blues to name a few. Fall Of Envy has also performed at the Florida Music Festival, 101.1 WJRR’s Earthday Birthday, and 103.1 The Buzz’s Buzz Bake Sale, and sang the National Anthem live at the Xtreme Fighting Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee, which was nationally broadcast live on HD Net. The band has released two music videos for “Solace” and “Face To My Fist” and are currently working on material for a follow-up album to “Poetic Rage”.

The dictionary defines envy as “a feeling of covetousness with regard to another’s advantages, success, and possessions.” The band’s name, Fall Of Envy, derives from a desire to achieve their dreams, without having to envy the success of others.

Fall of Envy has been chosen to be the official band of the XFC (Xtreme Fighting Championship). Their track, “For You,” was chosen to be the theme song for the XFC’s nationally televised MMA series, scheduled to premiere in the spring of 2009.

February 9th 2009Fall of Envy’s song “Smoking Gun” off their album Poetic Rage was played on the Lex and Terry show during their music meetings. and is featured in the action drama Icarus starring and directed by Dolph Lundgren

Crowland Abbey

Crowland Abbey (also spelled Croyland Abbey) is a Church of England parish church thermos for water, formerly part of a Benedictine abbey church, in Crowland in the English county of Lincolnshire

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A monk named Guthlac came to what was then an island in the Fens to live the life of a hermit, and he dwelt at Croyland between 699 and 714. Following in Guthlac’s footsteps, a monastic community came into being here in the 8th century. Croyland Abbey was dedicated to Saint Mary the Virgin, Saint Bartholomew and Saint Guthlac. During the third quarter of the 10th century, Crowland came into the possession of the nobleman Turketul, a relative of Osketel, Archbishop of York. Turketul smartphone waterproof case, a cleric, became abbot there and endowed the abbey with many estates. It is thought that, about this time, Crowland adopted the Benedictine rule. In the 11th century, Hereward the Wake was a tenant of the abbey.

In 1537, the abbot of Croyland wrote to Thomas Cromwell, sending him a gift of fish: “ryght mekely besechyng yow lordship favorablye to accepte the same fyshe, and to be gud and favorable lorde unto me and my pore house”. Despite these representations, the abbey was dissolved in 1539. The monastic buildings, including the chancel, transepts and crossing of the church appear to have been demolished fairly promptly but the nave and aisles had been used as the parish church and continued in that role.

The town was captured after a short siege by Parliamentarian forces in 1643 and this appears to have been when serious damage was done to the abbey’s structure. The nave roof fell in 1720, the main south wall was taken down in 1744. The north aisle of the nave was refurbished and remains in use as the parish church.

Crowland is well known to historians as the probable home of the Croyland Chronicle of Pseudo-Ingulf, begun by one of its monks and continued by several other hands.

The church contains a skull which is identified as the skull of the 9th century Abbot Theodore, who was killed at the altar by Vikings. The relic used to be on public view until it was stolen from its display case in 1982. The skull was returned anonymously in 1999.

John Clare wrote a sonnet entitled ‘Crowland Abbey’, which was first published in The Literary Souvenir for 1828 and reprinted in his last book, The Rural Muse in 1835.

The abbey has a small two manual pipe organ. A specification of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register.

Crowland Abbey was the first church in England – and among the first in the world – to have a tuned peal or ring of bells (circa 986).[citation needed] The chimes of the present bells were the first to be broadcast on wireless radio by the BBC on 1 November 1925. At 90 feet, the ‘pull’ or ropes are the longest in England.

The churchyard contains the war grave of an airman of the Second World War.

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Hoosier Heritage Port Authority

The Hoosier Heritage Port Authority is a quasi-governmental organization in the U.S. state of Indiana. It is the owner of a Heritage railway (reporting mark HHPA), operated by the Indiana Transportation Museum, over former Norfolk Southern trackage from Tipton, Indiana water bottle insulator, to Indianapolis, a distance of 37 miles (59.5 km). This trackage is the southernmost section of the former Indianapolis to Michigan City main line operated by several railroad companies since its original construction in the mid-19th Century, the best known being the Nickel Plate.

The HHPA was first established as the Hamilton County Port Authority (HCPA) in 1994, for the purpose of preserving this section of rail corridor that then-owner Norfolk Southern wished to abandon. In 1995, the HCPA closed on its purchase of these 37-miles of rail tracks, which are located in Hamilton and two other Indiana counties. The following year, the City of Indianapolis (Marion County) joined in this entity and its name was changed to become the Hoosier Heritage Port Authority (HHPA).

In 1997 football uniform companies, the former NS interchange at Tipton was cut. The far southern section near 10th Street in Indianapolis had also been removed several years earlier. Additionally the interchange with the Indianapolis Belt Railroad where the tracks crossed the CSX double main line were removed by CSX inc. in the Spring of 2010. This leaves the system isolated from the national railroad system.

As of 2011, only occasional tourist railway trains run along these tracks, such as the Indiana State Fair Train between Fishers and the State Fairgrounds (near 39th Street and Fall Creek in Indianapolis). However, one of the goals of the HHPA is to eventually establish a commuter rail system using this corridor although it is unlikely any action will be taken as the senate committee had passed a Mass Transit bill for Bus Rapid Transit and busway for the corridor.

This rail corridor, one of the oldest in Indiana flat meat pounder, traces its heritage back to the Peru and Indianapolis Railroad Company, which was incorporated on January 19, 1846, to construct a rail line from downtown Indianapolis to the Wabash and Erie Canal at Peru. Construction began at Indianapolis in 1849 smartphone waterproof case, reaching Noblesville in 1851, Tipton in 1852, Kokomo in 1853, and finally reaching Peru in the spring of 1854. Reorganized as the Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Railway Company (IP&C) in 1864, that entity subsequently acquired the Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville Railroad Company seven years later to complete a unified 161-mile (259 km) route between Indianapolis and Michigan City.

The IP&C was leased by the Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific Railway in 1881, but upon that company’s financial collapse five years later it was sold by that line’s creditors to the Lake Erie & Western Railroad Company (LE&W) in March 1887. By 1899, the LE&W was under the control of the New York Central System (NYC).

In 1923, the NYC sold the LE&W to the New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad, better known by its nickname, the Nickel Plate Road (NKP). On October 16, 1964, the Nickel Plate merged into the Norfolk and Western Railway (N&W), which later became the Norfolk Southern Railway (NS) in 1982.