A Chennai Slum A woman with her child amidst a pile of washing, surrounded by the usual garbage of a slum. Some of the more permanent buildings around tiny dirt alleys. Our presence attracted a following of the kids of the slum.
This coming-of-age comedy features a young teenager Natasha Lyonne who learns to live with her quirky family. There are three shots of bare breasts and many scenes with scantily-clad women in bras and underwear, cleavage-revealing tops, short skirts, etc. Also two instances of men fondling women's breasts underneath their shirts; one of the scenes is brief, the other is extended we also see the man take off his shirt and begin to unbuckle his pants, but he stops when the woman tells him to.
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In Brazil, soccer is a way of life and part of the sport's popularity is that it transcends culture and class. If there is a ball and a little bit of space, there is a good chance there is a soccer game being played, even in the country's slums. Photographers for AP, Reuters, and Getty recently captured some gorgeous photos of soccer being played in the slums of Brazil.
Only 24 percent of homes in Nairobi's slums have a bathroom, forcing many women on dangerous journeys to find a communal lavatory, according to a report from Amnesty International. July 15, Imagine, for a moment, that the nearest bathroom to your house is half-a-mile away.
The children come out of the two adjacent slums and cross the street to watch her as she sniffs glue from a bag, her only possession. At shoulder level, her hair is a mass of tangles that contains balls of chewing gum, bits of earth, dust and fluff. The applause and whistles of the onlookers grow louder when she opens her legs and begins to scratch herself hard in the most impenetrable part of her being.
German-born but raised in Ireland, Michael Fassbender is a handsome and resourceful actor who has redefined versatility, in more than 50 films and TV series since he jump-started his career in as hunger-striking IRA leader Bobby Sands in Hunger. It is not so easy to figure out what has drawn him to a bomb called Trespass Against Us. Plotless and illogical, this time-waster is about a scruffy gang of traveling Irish hoodlums roaming the countryside in Northern England and living out of a circle of family-style mobile trailers positioned like a wagon train in a John Ford western.
Growing up subsistence-level poor in a neighborhood where all the other kids are blessed with obscenely wealthy adolescence is tough enough without your tits suddenly sprouting to the size of your head. The alternately bemused and appalled heroine of Slums of Beverly Hills is dragged from one crappy apartment to another, a slave to her half-a-hustler father's rent-skipping schemes. The blossoming bosom owner is further burdened with a brother who alternately displays traits of the ambitious sociopath and of the forlorn schmuck.