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Yoga Hosers First Pictures of Johnny from the set dec 30th

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 31, 2014

 

 

 

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First pictures of Johnny Depp on the set of Yoga Hosers.

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This one is his second movie of a trilogy invented by him thanks to an article he had read online and developed later with a lot of creativity.

 

In the first episode, Tusk, the story of a journalist searching for weird stories. Afforded in Canada because of a strange news, the boy he had to interview had decided in the while of killing himself.

 

Now: what to do? Leaving without a story? It could be a pity considering the money and time spent.

 

The reporter decides to giving a look around. Maybe he would have discovered something new and interesting, some other weird story needed to be report. Life is plenty of paradoxical episodes after all. It happened while he was in a cafè. The telephone number of an old sailor with an interesting story. The man appeared pretty interesting, but later the journalist would have experienced real horror, when once drugged, the old sailor would have proceeded at the transformation of the poor colleague in a walrus, his big fixation and more than a fixation a dangerous and horrible obsession.

 

In this second episode, Yoga Hosers, launched as actresses in their first important roles Lily-Rose Melody Depp and Harley Quinn, the two daughter of Johnny Depp and Kevin Smith.

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Johnny is back with his character of Guy Lapointe, private investigator, with a special love for fighting against terrible creatures of the past as it happens in this second episode.

 

The story is this one: the two girls are yoga nuts, and they find a work at a convenience store. To them still in the high school a good way for earning some money. Perfection is over when a terrible monster will be back from the past.

 

The teenagers know perfectly that they couldn’t fight all alone the monster, and so they ask for the help of that 70s years old Guy Lapointe, a man with a weird accent, english and french mixed together, but so funny as well.

 

 

Anna Maria Polidori

 

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Yoga Hosers Johnny Depp back to work

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 31, 2014

Back to work the cast of Yoga Hosers First picture of Johnny Depp as Guy Lapointe

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Christmas is over and Kevin Smith is back to work with his production Yoga Hosers. This one is his second movie of a trilogy invented by him thanks to an article he had read online and developed later with a lot of creativity.

 

In the first episode, Tusk, the story of a journalist searching for weird stories. Afforded in Canada because of a strange news, the boy he had to interview had decided in the while of killing himself.

 

Now: what to do? Leaving without a story? It could be a pity considering the money and time spent.

 

The reporter decides to giving a look around. Maybe he would have discovered something new and interesting, some other weird story needed to be report. Life is plenty of paradoxical episodes after all. It happened while he was in a cafè. The telephone number of an old sailor with an interesting story. The man appeared pretty interesting, but later the journalist would have experienced real horror, when once drugged, the old sailor would have proceeded at the transformation of the poor colleague in a walrus, his big fixation and more than a fixation a dangerous and horrible obsession.

 

In this second episode, Yoga Hosers, launched as actresses in their first important roles Lily-Rose Melody Depp and Harley Quinn, the two daughter of Johnny Depp and Kevin Smith.

m_Lily_5

Johnny is back with his character of Guy Lapointe, private investigator, with a special love for fighting against terrible creatures of the past as it happens in this second episode.

 

The story is this one: the two girls are yoga nuts, and they find a work at a convenience store. To them still in the high school a good way for earning some money. Perfection is over when a terrible monster will be back from the past.

 

The teenagers know perfectly that they couldn’t fight all alone the monster, and so they ask for the help of that 70s years old Guy Lapointe, a man with a weird accent, english and french mixed together, but so funny as well.

 

Anna Maria Polidori

The Brothers Grimm and their revolutionary and intellectually honest life

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 30, 2014

Fruit the last prophetic word analyzed by Jacob Grimm before to dying.

Who were the Brothers Grimm Brothers Grimm 220px-Jacob_und_Wilhelm_Grimm   mainly inspirers of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine creators of Into the Woods?

We all know that Stephen Sondheim stephen sondheim photo_Jerry Jackson  10613027_782460528477109_2604017585244243629_n and Lapine Lapine inserted a fairy-tale, the one invented by them (and truly beauty) of The Baker and His Wife with other very beloved Brothers Grimm fairy-tales in 10388200_343271435846506_6778836146338218194_n Into the Woods . 220px-Arthur_Rackham_Little_Red_Riding_Hood+ 1978851_594116547378541_785874051392675923_n 10429347_369472573226392_2384710390056942060_n

Yes but….Who were the Brothers Grimm?

Of course we all know their reputation. Our relatives and parents when we were children read us aloud the fairy-tales they wrote explaining to us the profound meaning they have, and at time, terrorizing us.

An imaginary world plenty of meanings and significance for the rest of our existence.

Am I exaggerated? I strongly don’t think so.

I always love to repeat that we could avoid to tell to our children beautiful fairy-tales without strong enemies but we can’t avoid to read the Brothers Grimm’s fairy-tales to our children because they’re the base of what it will be their life once grown up and although it can appear pretty weird, these fairy-tales slowly will prepare their soul for fighting once adults against demons, worries and life’s worries more solidly.

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Soul, mind will be more prepared at giving to the life a different meaning, reading the reality under various, constantly diversified aspects, answers, winning moment of discomforts, because distantly there are the fairy-tales someone had read us many years and decades ago and that later we continued to read alone. They will whisper to our soul, helping us tp find good solutions to the problems.

 

Reading a fairy-tale in adult age doesn’t have the same power because the personality of the grown-up kid, is forged and so they won’t never “talk” to the adults as they are able to do in tender age with a plastic, absorbing mind.

So,cartoons, fairy-tales told and re-told will create more genuine and well structured little people and good human being once adults.

Hoping that each of you tonight will read a Brothers Grimm’s fairy-tale to your children, niece, nephews, let’s see who the Brothers Grimm were and why they have been so special to the world.

Life for example hasn’t been so simple to them although their existence started like the most beautiful fairy-tale when Jacob born in 1785 followed by his brother Wilhelm 13 months later at Hanau, in Germany.

Their dad Philip Wilhelm Grimm was a jurist, and their mom Dorothea Grimm daughter of a city council.

The exact birth day of both the brothers is this one: Jacob 4 January 1785, Carl Grimm, 24 February 1786.

The first years of their life was spent at Hanau but in 1791 the family moved close to Steinau, in the countryside.Brothers Grimm

Brother Grimm’s father at that time worked as district magistrate.

Of course the family became incredibly important for the local society thanks to the good work of Philip Grimm. The house of the Brothers Grimm was beautiful 220px-SteinauBGHFrosch_retouched and surrounded by wonderful green fields and a great panorama.

More than a fairy-tale, the children appreciated so badly their rural life.

At first they attended school privately. They studied at home followed by private tutors appreciating the Calvinist religion.

Later they joined the other children in the local schools.

In 1796 Brothers Grimm’s dad died because of pneumonia and Dorothea, the wife of Philip was constricted to change her life-style and the one of the numerous children she had had.

Dorothea asked support to his dad and sister, an important lady.

The two brothers Grimm were forced to growing up fastly.

In the while very good news for the Brothers, who in the while would have attended the prestigious Friedrichsgymnasium in Kassel. The aunt had paid for them. The two Brothers Grimm started to become because of their hard times, always more close.

Their characters? If you think that the two brothers had a lot of similarities you are wrong.

Jacob was shy and preferred not to give too much confidence. Wilhelm was the one more social.Wilhelm was frequently sick.

They were united, strong and seriously ethic in their studies.

Each brother the best one of the classroom once graduated.

Later the university of Marburg.
Small one, just 200 students, other discriminations.
Richest students received money. Obviously it wasn’t their case. They were excluded from everything, social life, other activities of the university.
They could only study and it was what they did with great joy.

It was their law professor Friedrich Von Savigny who inspired in them the genuine interest for history and philology.

The Brothers Grimm returned to study German Literature with pleasure. The Brothers Grimm thanks to their professor were introduced to the ideas of  Gottfried Herder. This man thought that German literature had to return to a simpler form of literature. Johann Gottfried Herder loved to call it natural poetry.

Someone believed in them and in their brilliant future.

 

Jacob in 1805 once back home was forced of leaving his studies for working and helping financially his family. Food started to be absent in their house where in the past they had known a lot of abundance.

Wilhelm once wrote to his aunt: “We eat only three portions and only once a day”.

He became librarian in Kassel.

The departure of his mom meant for Jacob a complete responsibility on his youngest siblings. Jacob paid for the studies at the art school of Ludwig. Wilhelm in the while needed treatments for his respiratory and heart’s problems.

Wilhelm after a period of illness would have joined the brother as librarian in Kassel.

It’s in this phase that the Brothers started to collecting fairy-tales although his biographer Jack Zipes adds: “The Grimms were unable to devote all their energies to their research and did not have a clear idea about the significance of collecting folk tales in this initial phase”.

They started to publish several books and in particular in 1812  they published their first volume of 86 fairy-tales. It is called in german: Kinder- und Hausmärchen without neglecting german legends books and a book of german early literature.

They decided of dividing their job: a part of their research would have involved and absorbed Danish and Irish Folk Tales and the mythology of the North. Another great part of their mental energy would have been spent editing the german folk tales collection.

With the time Brothers Grimm started to receive great rewards for their work appreciated by several and important universities in Germany: Berlin,Marburg and Breslau.

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Wilhelm married in 1825 Henriette Dorothea Wild, called Dortchen. They knew her because part of a group helped them with stories and folklore. Jacob spent their existence with Wilhelm and Dorothea, without marrying any woman.

At the beginning of 1830 they started their work Jacob as professor and head librarian and Wilhelm as professor at the Göttingen University.

In 1835 Jacob published German Mythology.

They lost their work in 1837 because of a protest against the system. A new movement was borning and it was called: Young Germany. The movement asked for democratic reforms.
King Ernest Augustus would have seen with good eyes everyone who would have helped him at supporting his own ideas, but the Brothers Grimm and other five professors said: “No thanks our ideas are different”. They were fired immediately.

Without money they started to write in 1838 one of their greatest ambitious: the first volume of the German Dictionary.

The Brothers Grimm were again in the position of their childhood: asking for some help to their friends and relatives.

In 1840 the two obtained a place at the University of Berlin. Jacob researched for german legal traditions and history of german language. Wilhelm directed his studies researching medieval literature.

There was a revolution in Germany in 1848 and the two Brothers Grimm obtained a place in  Parliament.

As all the people intellectually honest and idealists, the Brothers Grimm thought policy would have been in grade to sort out the problems.

Jacob resigned in late 1840s from university. Wilhelm the first years of 1850s.

The Brothers both pensioners continued to work actively at the first German Dictionary.

Wilhelm was the first one to dying for an infection.

Jacob incredibly upset and sad for the departure of this brother with which lived symbiotically the entire existence, became a recluse.

Zipes writes in his biography that symbolically the latest word Jacob worked at before to dying in 1863 was frucht, in english fruit.

 

 

Anna Maria Polidori

 

 

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Captain Jack Sparrow on the set

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 30, 2014

Look at this beautiful picture of Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow.

Isn’t it lovely?

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That day at the Sun Life Stadium….

Posted in Uncategorized by Anna Maria Polidori on December 30, 2014

Johnny  at a match of his favorite team: The Miami Dolphins

 

It was january 2010 when Johnny Depp, great fan and supporter of the Miami Dolphins joined the team for a match.10387411_315069875333329_4124182190356972988_n

For the Miami Dolphins that one has been a great emotion and satisfaction. Being surrounded by the creator of Captain Jack Sparrow and many other stunning movie characters such an honor.

The eclectic actor, writer, screenwriter, producer  took pictures with the various members of the team.

Johnny’s love for this team started when left Kentucky for Miramar Florida, he started to following sports.

The result of the match that day? Not the most wonderful one because the Miami Dolphins lost their competition with the Buffalo Bills the latest minutes of the game maybe too much excited to having Johnny Depp in the stadium. But isn’t it incredibly good after being defeated in a match later being comforted by Johnny Depp?

Johnny slipped into a VIP entrance at the stadium and was escorted by some police men. Johnny revealed to a magazine he worn that period everyday Dolphins socks.

 

The stadium where the match took place was the Sun Life Stadium.

 

 

 

Anna Maria Polidori

 

 

 

The Black Spring Press

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 30, 2014

The Black Spring Press LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01is the first house publishing believed in the undiscussed (although forgotten) talent of Kyril Bonfiglioli, publishing first of all his books, from All the tea in China, his Mortdecai trilogy and lately thanks to the help of Craig Brown the book released posthumously in 1999: The great Mortdecai Moustache Mystery. This book mainly inspired the Infinitum Nihil by Johnny Depp carrie2 and Lionsgate for the realization of a movie based on the adventures of the art dealer, called Mortdecai  10885162_367992280041088_411675266462951127_n on theater january 2015.

The House publishing was founded in the early 1980s by Simon Pettifer. His first publication? The very first one was a reprint of Anais Nin’s D.H. Lawrence “An unprofessional Study”. Published firstly in 1932.

Later it was the turn of Patrick Kearney’s The Paris Olympia Press: An Annotated Bibliography foreword by Maurice Girodias. Translations of Soviet short stories, the epistolary by Nick Cave called And the Ass Saw the Angel , reprints of Leonard Cohen’s novels Book of Mercy and Death of a Lady’s Man. Memoirs by Carolyn Cassidy “Off the Road:Twenty Years with Cassady, Kerouac and Ginsberg”.
The ’90s gave space to Bonfiglioli’s art dealer Charlie Mortdecai, and previously the house publishing reprinted All the Tea in China. Craig Brown later would have completed the book abandoned by Bonfiglioli because dead prematurely. New books released recently written by: Patrick Hamilton, Alexander Baron and Julian Maclaren-Ross.

The actual owner of The Black Spring Press is Robert Hastings.

 
Anna Maria Polidori

“We chose what we wanted to see”

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 30, 2014

James Lapine talks with BuzzFeed News on the creation of Into the Woods. No spoilers 😉 like in the original interview. You can read all

 

 

BuzzFeed News published an interview by Louis Peitzman with James Lapine Lapine , librettist of Into the Woods and partner with Stephen Sondheim  of the Broadway musical and now movie 10613027_782460528477109_2604017585244243629_n musical Into the Woods. Meryl Streep and Stephen Sondheim Sondheim, Streep and Marshall

Marshall asked to Lapine to write the script of Into the Woods, exactly as 27 years ago he wrote the musical. No other more competent than him could be chosen for this purpose. The same creator of this stunning Broadway Musical as screenwriter of the movie version of Into the Woods.

How many differences between the movie version and the Broadway one?

Lapine replied to the journalist according to him: “If you did a literal stage adaptation, it would be a really crappy movie

The biggest problem met by Lapine? There are heavy, adult themes in Into the Woods, but being this one a Disney production it was indispensable to bring it on a level I would call: “Family-Friendly“.

In the past someone wrote scripts based on Into the Woods musical and the interviewer asked to Lapine if for case he had given some looks at them. Lapine: “I didn’t. In fact when that first movie project came out, I started reading it, and I just closed it, because it was really different“. At that time Lapine wasn’t directly involved in the making of Into the Woods and so: “What’s the point in looking at it?” Sure situation is changed thanks to Rob Marshall. “I was happy to have this chance to try my hand at it and make it more faithful“.

It’s more than normal to be jealous of a work when it was done more than well and Lapine’s worsest worry: ” I had a feeling eventually somebody would do it, because the show’s popularity has also grown through the years“.

Lapine reassures the viewers saying during the interview that “There is nothing darker than Old Yeller and Bambi and some of the early Disney stuff“.

Lapine tells that when he directed on stage Into the Woods he always repeated to actors: “We have to find the drama in the comedy, and in the second act you have to find the comedy in the drama“.

Lapine tells about flashbacks. He wrote all and then “De-cluded it as we went along. I think I started out really overwriting everything that I wanted to see and wanted to explain and wanted to do. Of course, then the script was 150 pages. It had to be 120 or less“.

Lapine reveals a great emotion: “We chose what we wanted to see, what we wanted to do, what the budget allowed, what it didn’t allow, things like that. I think initially being the adaptor of my own work, I was excited to go do all those things I couldn’t do on stage“.

The movie is a PG one.
Lapine says there was a discussion about this choice and at the end they decided for a PG-13 so that: “You can feel comfortable bringing smaller kids too. Not too small. But you know, I find that kids, things go over their heads“.

The idea of the Giant and the Woods? Lapine explains it with the disorder and chaos. “It claims them“.

It is: “That kind of Shakespearean principle of everybody, midsummer, kind of getting screwed-up from all the elements and kind of coming back to their senses“.

Musical children, adults.
Into the Woods is essentially intact, so if you’re watching it as a kid, you’re gonna relate to Little Red and Jack, and if you’re showing it to your kid, you’re gonna suddenly be relating to the parents“.

Anna Maria Polidori

The box office confirms the success of Into the Woods during this first week-end

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 29, 2014

Families, children, and viewers to the cinema for going…Into the The Woods

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A big, wonderful and solid success this one of Into the Woods.

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Just the Christmas Day the film grossed $15.1 million of dollars and it happened previously only with  Sherlock Holmes in 2009, with Les Miserables in 2012. Better than Into the Woods, Unbroken but it’s a little difference without too much significance and because Into the Woods opened in 2,478 theaters respect to Unbroken in 3,131 theaters. The difference was made just by a story of quantity of theaters .

In theaters for the second week The Hobbit inspired by the book written by Tolkien first at the box office.

The Hobbit (third and final part, second week in the domestic market) and the movie adaptation for the big screen of one of the most beloved musicals 10388200_343271435846506_6778836146338218194_n ever invented for Broadway by legendary Stephen Sondheim stephen sondheim photo_Jerry Jackson and James Lapine: Into the Woods.

 

Both these productions are based solidly on classics without age.

The Hobbit is a classic of british literature, and Into the Woods a patchwork of fairy-tales  chosen by the ones written and re-edited for that times by Brothers Grimm Brothers Grimm.

Stories of great values, and both of them present a direct confrontation with the good and bad part of the world, the yin and yang and with our most inner fears, wishes and quests.

 

The Box Office of this past week-end

  1. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – $41.4 million
  2. Unbroken – $31.7 million
    3. Into the Woods — $31 million
  3. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb — $20.6 million
  4. Annie – $16.6 million

 

 

Disney’s distribution chief Dave Hollis told to Deadline: “There is a brand halo occurring from Frozen. It’s made Maleficent stronger, has made Into the Woods stronger and it will make Cinderella stronger. There’s an ecosystem that creates confidence and creativity.”

I want to remember  that Into the Woods is a Broadway’s legendary musical, one of the three most beloved musicals  chosen and put on stage every year from most of the schools and theaters of all the Usa and not only because there are many characters, but because the plot of the story is great and let people think to the mystery of life and the meaning of it. I think that all the Americans in a way or in another took part at some drama school where there was involved Into the Woods .

I was thinking at the words legendary and legend these past days.

When a work is a legendary one and when some creative people during their life become legends in some existential fields, it means that they not only won’t never be forgotten but that their imprint, their mark in this Old World have been so remarkable that no other ones will be in grade to be as big as they are. The difference they made have been profoundly felt by the entire society. It means that their works will always be alive forever and ever. Their works won’t never know any oblivion because they have been written with heart, they have been felt with the most genuine and creative part of the soul and the mind and because these works made a difference  in terms of impact in the world. They captured the essence of the society, the present and the future. It means in other words that they are part of the History of the world and that they make the History, in the case of Sondheim and Lapine, of the American Musicals. Forever.

The musical Into the Woods will be a legend forever like also the creators of it: de facto Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine 2414802-ca-1202-woods-07-rrc-jpg-20141208 have invented a great portions of the American Musical and it means everything for me. Because it means the best shows I can find in the entire world of Musical.

The creators of this legendary movies are beautiful minds and the cast? Legendary actors Tracey Ullman, Lilla Crawford, Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, MacKenzie Mauzy and Christine Baranski attends the world premiere of Into the Woods at the Ziegfeld Theatre Sondheim, Streep and Marshall 10613027_782460528477109_2604017585244243629_n and actresses in Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep.

Johnny  carrie2 had previously collaborated with Sondheim for the creation of Sweeney Todd, another oscar winning movie directed by Tim Burton.

 

Many of the actors and actresses involved in Into the Woods in the past had taken part at some musicals as well. So a group, a team of connected people in love for musicals all together for recreating in a movie, Into the Woods the legendary answers to the legendary musical.

 

Director Rob Marshall  re-created in two hours and 15 minutes a masterpiece able to talk to the families and kids of today and to all the people in search of an answer after the horrible facts and the terrorists attack at the Twin Towers , the before and after of the Occident and of the USA.

 

Deadline reported 54% of while females attended Into the Woods. 46% males.
56% attending were more than 25 years and families 38%. A great result.

 

Talking of Broadway and Musicals and their adaptations as movies, another great result for Into the Woods: the movie beated the three-day opening of Mamma mia (always with a stunning Meryl Streep in Into the Woods as The Witch), $27.8M, and the week-end of launch of Les Miserables with .$27.3M

Hollis to Deadline was certain: “With the opening of Into the Woods this weekend, we exposed the musical to four times the audience who saw it during its entire Broadway run“.

 

Into the Woods: Break a Leg!

 

 

Anna Maria Polidori

Happy birthday Stan Lee!

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 28, 2014

The comic book industry is ready to celebrate one of the biggest icons of the sector: Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee

 

Today mr Lee is 92 years old. Happy birthday!

Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee

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Born in New York City dec 28th 1922 as Stanley Martin Lieber, Lee created with other great talents of the sector legendary characters like Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, Fantastic Four, and the X-Men.

When he started to work for the Marvel the Marvel was a little small division of a publishing house. Later, thanks also to his talent, that little place became a large corporation.

Like many other creative men Stan Lee doesn’t know the word retirement.

In his 90s, Lee works actively in many companies and he appears, being a celebrity of the sector in comic book conventions all around the world.

He is the Chairman Emeritus of Marvel Enterprises.

Stan Lee with the time founded his own company called POW! and everyday he loves to creating new characters.

Lee is founder and CEO of his own book convention Comikaze Expo.

Known for his charity, the Stan Lee Foundation, this structure promote national literacy, culture, arts.

Many cameos in a lot of movies. More than twenty ones. He appeared in  X-Men etc.

Stan Lee is an example like many other men of this “old generation” plenty of good values for all of us. Men very strong, men no one can destroy and men can tell you they spent a life with a lot of adversities but they coped with them all with success living a plenty, good life.
An example for understanding the real meaning of life, and an invite of living the life God has given us always happily and with the same serenity, passion and love mr.Lee has always put in it.

 

 

Anna Maria Polidori

Some nice pictures of Charlie Mortdecai

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 28, 2014

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