3 Women

3 Women (1977) [Criterion Collection]  Video

Posted by Helladot at May 5, 2016
3 Women (1977) [Criterion Collection]

3 Women (1977)
BRRip 720p | MKV | 1280 x 720 | x264 @ 2560 Kbps | 123 min | 2,65 Gb
Audio: English AC3 1.0 @ 160 Kbps + Commentary track | Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Drama

In a dusty, underpopulated California resort town, a naive southern waif, Pinky Rose (Sissy Spacek), idolizes and befriends her fellow nurse, the would-be sophisticate and “thoroughly modern” Millie Lammoreaux (Shelley Duvall). When Millie takes Pinky in as her roommate, Pinky’s hero worship evolves into something far stranger and more sinister than either could have anticipated. Featuring brilliant performances from Spacek and Duvall, this dreamlike masterpiece from Robert Altman careens from the humorous to the chilling to the surreal, resulting in one of the most unusual and compelling films of the 1970s.

3 Women (1977)  Video

Posted by MirrorsMaker at July 22, 2014
3 Women (1977)

3 Women (1977)
BDRip | MKV | 720 x 304 | x264 @ 861 Kbps | 123 min | 864 Mb
Audio: English AAC 1.0 @ 64 Kbps | Subs: English HoH (embedded in MKV)
Genre: Drama

In a dusty, underpopulated California resort town, a naive southern waif, Pinky Rose (Sissy Spacek), idolizes and befriends her fellow nurse, the would-be sophisticate and “thoroughly modern” Millie Lammoreaux (Shelley Duvall). When Millie takes Pinky in as her roommate, Pinky’s hero worship evolves into something far stranger and more sinister than either could have anticipated. Featuring brilliant performances from Spacek and Duvall, this dreamlike masterpiece from Robert Altman careens from the humorous to the chilling to the surreal, resulting in one of the most unusual and compelling films of the 1970s.

3 Women (1977) [The Criterion Collection #230] [ReUp]  Video

Posted by Someonelse at June 24, 2012
3 Women (1977) [The Criterion Collection #230] [ReUp]

3 Women (1977)
A Film by Robert Altman
DVD9 | ISO+MDS | NTSC 16:9 | Cover| 124 mins | 7,32 Gb
Audio: English AC3 1.0 @ 192 Kbps | Subtitles: English SDH
Genre: Drama | The Criterion Collection #230

In a dusty, underpopulated California resort town, a naive southern waif, Pinky Rose (Sissy Spacek), idolizes and befriends her fellow nurse, the would-be sophisticate and “thoroughly modern” Millie Lammoreaux (Shelley Duvall). When Millie takes Pinky in as her roommate, Pinky’s hero worship evolves into something far stranger and more sinister than either could have anticipated. Featuring brilliant performances from Spacek and Duvall, this dreamlike masterpiece from Robert Altman careens from the humorous to the chilling to the surreal, resulting in one of the most unusual and compelling films of the 1970s.

3 Women (1977) Criterion Collection [Reuploaded]  Video

Posted by TinyBear at Sept. 19, 2011
3 Women (1977) Criterion Collection [Reuploaded]

3 Women (1977) Criterion Collection
BRRip 480p - TinyBearDs | MKV | 848 x 360 | x264 600kbps 23.976fps | HE-AACv2 64kbps 2CH
Language: English | Subtitle: English Included | 123min | 590MB
Genre: Drama | Nominated for BAFTA Film Award. Another 4 wins & 1 nomination
IMDb Rating: 7.8/10 (3,982 users)

Pinky is an awkward young teen who starts work at a spa in the CA. Desert. She becomes overly attached to fellow spa attendant, Millie when she becomes Millie's roommate. Mille is a lonely outcast who desperately tries to win attention with constant upbeat chatter. They hang out at a bar owned by a strange pregnant artist and her has-been cowboy husband. After each of 2 emotional crises, the three woman steal and trade each other's personalities until they settle into a new family unit that seems to give each woman what she was searching for.

3 WOMEN (1977) - (The Criterion Collection - #230) [DVD9] [2004]  Video

Posted by evaristegalois at Sept. 4, 2010
3 WOMEN (1977) - (The Criterion Collection - #230) [DVD9] [2004]

3 WOMEN (1977) - (The Criterion Collection - #230) [DVD9] [2004]
A Film By Robert Altman
1 Full Original Dual-Layer DVD Image (.ISO): 7.3 GB | Complete Scans HQ PDF: 15 MB | 100 Mb RARs | FileSonic/Netload/FileServe
Classic/Art-House | 2.35:1 | Color | English Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono | English Subtitles | 124 min

In a dusty, under-populated California resort town, Pinky Rose (Sissy Spacek), a naïve and impressionable Southern waif begins her life as a nursing home attendant. There, Pinky finds her role model in fellow nurse “Thoroughly Modern” Millie Lammoreaux (Shelley Duvall), a misguided would-be sophisticate and hopeless devotee of Cosmopolitan and Woman’s Day magazines. When Millie accepts Pinky into her home at the Purple Sage singles complex, Pinky’s hero-worship evolves into something far stranger and more sinister than either could have anticipated. Featuring brilliant performances from Spacek and Duvall, Robert Altman’s dreamlike masterpiece, 3 Women, careens from the humorous to the chilling to the surreal, resulting in one of the most unusual and compelling films of the 1970s.

BBC - Divine Women (2012)  Video

Posted by vivid23 at April 28, 2012
BBC - Divine Women (2012)

BBC - Divine Women (2012)
PDTV | 720x400 | AVI/XviD @ 1527 Kbps | 3x59mn | Audio: English AC3 128 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English | 3x702 MB
Genre: Documentary | Filepost/Rapidgator/Letitbit

In this three-part series historian Bettany Hughes goes back to the beginning of time and visits the world's oldest religious site’s to find startling evidence that women were part of the very birth of organised religion. She visits a world where goddesses ruled the heavens and earth, and reveals why our ancestors thought of the divine as female.

Jobs, Collaborations, and Women Leaders in the Global Chemistry Enterprise  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at May 17, 2017
Jobs, Collaborations, and Women Leaders in the Global Chemistry Enterprise

H.N. Cheng, Marinda Li Wu, Bradley D. Miller, "Jobs, Collaborations, and Women Leaders in the Global Chemistry Enterprise"
English | 2016 | ISBN: 0841230676 | PDF | pages: 404 | 8.5 mb
House of Psychotic Women: An Autobiographical Topography of Female Neurosis in Horror and Exploitation Films

House of Psychotic Women: An Autobiographical Topography of Female Neurosis in Horror and Exploitation Films By Kier-La Janisse
2012 | 360 Pages | ISBN: 1903254698 , 190325468X | scanned PDF | 302 MB
Janis Joplin - The Essential Janis Joplin [Limited Edition 3.0] (2008)

Janis Joplin - The Essential Janis Joplin [Limited Edition 3.0] (2008)
3CD | EAC-Rip | WAVPack-image +cue +log +SCANS | August 26, 2008 | 1 Gb
Genre: Blues, Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Sony | Hotfile, Turbobit, Sharingmatrix, Fileserve

This three-disc set breaks from the usual pattern of Legacy's ESSENTIAL series by presenting a large number of concert performances, in this case, focusing more Janis Joplin's tremendous power as a live vocalist than her comparatively sedate studio appearances. Other than a handful of tracks (the immortal "Down on Me" from BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY, three from CHEAP THRILLS, and others), the entirety of the first disc consists of live recordings. These include two previously unreleased tunes ("Kozmic Blues" and the Bee Gees' "To Love Somebody," a la Wilson Pickett) from Joplin's solo debut at Woodstock. The second disc contains more live tracks, plus the best tunes from Joplin's two solo albums and the various outtakes that were released after her death (like the scorching performance of "Tell Mama" that was previously available only as a bonus track on PEARL), providing a well-rounded overview of Joplin's brief career.
Maria Muldaur, Women's Voices For Peace Choir ‎- Yes We Can! (2008)

Maria Muldaur, Women's Voices For Peace Choir ‎- Yes We Can! (2008)
feat. Joan Baez, Bonnie Raitt, Phoebe Snow, Jane Fonda, Holly Near, Odetta
Amma, Anne Lamott, Marianne Williamson, Jean Shinoda Bolen

EAC | APE | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 411 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 159 Mb | Scans included | 01:07:10
Blues, Soul, Blues Rock, Folk Blues, Jazz-Blues | Label: Telarc | # CD-83672

There are a number of arguments to be made for and against Maria Muldaur's 2008 antiwar statement Yes We Can! on Telarc (before actually listening to it; remember, we live in a cynical culture). The "perceived" negatives all relate to the intent of the recording and who it's supposed to reach (no doubt an expression of the same set of beliefs rooted in Muldaur's 1960s music), and the fact that it's loaded with guests (in all fairness, these star-studded affairs seldom work). On Yes We Can!, her guests include Muldaur's old friends (Joan Baez, Bonnie Raitt, Phoebe Snow, Jane Fonda, and Holly Near) and influences (Odetta) and new pals (writers/spiritual gurus Anne Lamott and Marianne Williamson, and Indian spiritual teacher Amma). Does it read as if it is yet another exercise in self-referential backslapping? Yep. But don't believe everything you read on the back of a CD jacket. The positives are all musical.