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Old School subtitles English

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My Old School tells the story of MacKinnon's time at Bearsden and subsequent outing and media coverage in chronological order. His fellow pupils describe him as looking older than them and having a deeper voice. One expresses surprise that he has the same enrolment name as Bruce Lee's recently deceased son, Brandon. A former teacher says they understood he had been in a car crash and this was why his skin looked older. His strange accent was explained by his having lived in Canada. A black pupil describes experiencing racism and violence at school but 'Brandon' was friends with him and helped him with homework.

'Brandon' favoured 80s music but his 'peers' thought this was due to his interest in music history. In class he was incredibly knowledgeable - he doesn't try to play down what he knows to fit in. In the present MacKinnon says his IQ was described as being 158 when he was aged eight. We are not told why he is attending school as a 30 year old. MacKinnon's deception is not revealed until around halfway through the film, at the point in the story at which MacKinnon's peers discover it, effectively positioning the audience in their point of view. The film also withholds any contemporary photographs or footage of MacKinnon before this point.[2]

McLeod interviewed some of MacKinnon's classmates and teachers, often in pairs, and they, along with MacKinnon himself, embodied by Alan Cumming, provide much of the film's narration. Interviews were conducted on sets designed to resemble the classrooms of Bearsden (the actual schoolhouse having been demolished years earlier).[2]

There is a discussion of the school production of South Pacific, where he played Lieutenant Cable, ironically shown singing "Younger Than Springtime". He was a good singer with an appropriate accent which is why he was cast. He shared a kiss with his 16-year-old co-star. Several contributors describe his reluctance to kiss her in rehearsals and say it was like a 'peck' and another says 'no tongues!' The girl kissed, now an adult, demonstrates a close-lipped brief kiss and laughs about it. The musical is seen to be very successful and 'Brandon's' social cachet increases. He also drives a car.

Friends go to 'Brandon's' home and meet his grandmother. His mother (an opera singer) is already dead when a call comes to school to tell him that his father has now died. He gains sympathy. Later he takes his exams and gets A's and accepts a place at medical school. His teachers advise him to wait a year as he is still 'young' for university but he ignores them and goes to University of Dundee School of Medicine. However, he drops out and five friends come round to ask why. He says his gran has died so he is taking time out. Later, Jemma invites him on a group holiday with Cheryl and Nicola. 'Brandon' ends up in a fight and is arrested - the police find he has two passports. This is the official story of how MacKinnon was found out.

His former head teacher invites MacKinnon in and confronts him with the 1975 report card for Brian MacKinnon which also shows top grades. From here the story makes the six o'clock news. About half the teachers there had taught him in the 70s. The explanation for MacKinnon's deception was that, at that time, a person could not study medicine over the age of thirty, so he had returned to school to get into medical school again. He had been expelled after his first acceptance after becoming ill and failing his first year exams, he says.

It is then revealed that his 'grandmother' was alive but was actually his mother. It is also revealed that the fight on holiday, the police, and the two passports were a rumour not what happened. Apparently, he told the girls he was 32 and asked them to keep it a secret. Nicola says the holiday continued but it seemed bizarre that he had wanted to go on holiday with them. She thinks she gets his real life story - and what happened in the 70s during his first time at school.

Near the end video footage of the school play is shown. None of the participants have seen it before. They note that 'Brandon's' singing is poor. The kiss is shown and it lasts several seconds and then has a second kiss. All the participants are shocked and the girl who was kissed (now an adult) is visibly uncomfortable.

Another question raised is whether MacKinnon's gran/mum knew what was going on. Initially, former pupils think no, as for the two to conspire seemed sinister. However, they acknowledge that she had allowed herself to be called gran, and a teacher also realises that she had called the school as his gran to say 'Brandon's' father had died. (This was to get him out of a Physics test). So, she knew.

The film concludes by saying that MacKinnon continues to apply for a place at medical school and cuts a sad figure in town. The former pupils are shown in their real-life adult jobs, or with their children, looking happy and engaged with the future rather than the past. It is suggested that MacKinnon may have decided to try again and may have undergone cosmetic surgery to alter his appearance.

MySchools is an online directory of NYC public schools and programs, as well as an application system for families. During 3-K, pre-K, kindergarten, G&T, middle school, or high school admissions, create a MySchools account to explore schools, apply, join waitlists, and get your offer.

Captioning smart glasses: Words pop-up on a pair of wide tinted glasses, usually on the bottom. These smart glasses display the subtitles as the action happens. Glasses are attached to wires that are attached to a box, which you wear around your neck. Some obvious disadvantages:

Clearly, there is room for improvement, but equal access is most definitely moving in the right direction. Although the UK is lagging behind with subtitles in cinemas, live performances at the National Theatre (NT) in London can now be experienced with captioning right in front of our eyes.

Announced earlier this month, October 2017, NT is testing mixed-reality glasses that enables the wearer to see subtitles floating on the stage. These Open Access Smart Capture glasses are geared toward the hard of hearing, removing the need for captioning screens in the auditorium.

Like any other capital, Belgrade offers plenty of choices regarding cinema options. Generally, all the foreign movies released in Serbia are in their original version with Serbian subtitles. There are also other different cinemas which only perform author movies, organize special film festivals and we even have a couple of old school cinemas with old-time classics in black & white! Definitely a must place to visit for everybody in Belgrade.

Cineplexx is a cinema chain with multiple cinemas in the biggest cities around Serbia. In Belgrade, you can either find it in Ušće Shopping Centre or in Delta City. They are a multiplex type of cinema with a mix of local and international movies. Foreign movies are always showcased in original version with subtitles in Serbian. Only children movies are totally dubbed into Serbian.

Situated in the city center, Tuckwood is one of the most popular cinemas in Belgrade. It is a charming old school cinema with auditoria, named after iconic actors and actresses. It is also possible to make reservations beforehand by calling +381 11 3236517.

The mysterious death of a teacher who throws herself out of a window at a St. Petersburg school attracts the attention of law enforcement. A local detective interrogates the students of the deceased and learns about the addictive high-stakes video game Sparta, which blurs the line between the real and the virtual world.

World War II buffs will enjoy this series about two young air force pilots who arrive at flight training school only to find themselves going immediately to the frontline. Unfortunately the young pilots fail in their first mission, and are to be tried and executed.

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