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- "Acı" a.k.a. "Pieta": Pietà is a 2012 South Korean film. The 18th feature written and directed by Kim Ki-duk, it depicts the mysterious relationship between a brutal man who works for loan sharks and a middle-aged woman who claims that she is his mother, mixing Christian symbolism and highly sexual content.
- also known as Aci, Pietà
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- directors: Kim Ki-duk & Jo Min-soo
- producer: Kim Soon-mo
- executive producers: Kim Ki-duk & Kim Woo-Taek
- production design by Lee Hyun Ju
- written by Kim Ki-duk
- Lee Jung-jin as Lee Gang-do
- Jo Min-soo as Jang Mi-seon
- Kim Jae-rok as Monk
- Kang Eun-Jin as Myeong-ja
- Jin Yong-Ok as Shop Owner in Wheelchair
- Cho Jae-ryong as Gye-song
- Lee Myeong-ja as Mother of Man Who Committed Suicide Using Drugs
- Heo Jun-seok as Man Who Committed Suicide
- Kwon Yul as Guitar man
- Song Mun-su as Man Who Committed Suicide by Falling
- Woo Gi-hong as Hun-cheol
- Kim Beom-jun as Myeongdong Man
- Son Jong-hak as Boss
- Lee Won-jang as Sang-gu
- cinematography by Jo Yeong-jik
- edited by Kim Ki-duk
- music by Park In-young
- costume design by Ji Ji-yeon
- genres: Drama, Thriller, East Asian cinema
- rating: R15+
- released on
- Golden Lion nomination for Kim Ki-duk
- Satellite Award for Best Foreign Language Film (South Korea) nomination for Drafthouse Films
- Satellite Award for Best Director nomination for Kim Ki-duk
- Satellite Award for Best Original Screenplay nomination for Kim Ki-duk
- Asian Film Award for Best Film (South Korea)
- Asian Film Award for Best Director (South Korea) nomination for Kim Ki-duk
- Asian Film Award for Best Actress (South Korea) nomination for Jo Min-soo
- Golden Lion, received by Kim Ki-duk
- Satellite Award for Best Foreign Language Film (South Korea), received by Drafthouse Films
- official website: u-picc.com/pieta
- "Acı" is a 1971 film written and directed by Yılmaz Güney.
- "Acı" a.k.a. "Aci" is a 1988 drama film written by Erdogan Tünas and directed by Kaya Ererez.
- starring: Emrah as Emrah
- released in (27 years ago)
- "Acı" a.k.a. "The Pain" is a 2009 Turkish drama film written, produced and directed by Cemal Şan, which looks at generation gaps through the story of an old man and his granddaughter. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on October 9, 2009, has been screened at numerous international film festivals. It is dedicated to Engin Çeber who died while he was in custody.
- also known as Aci
- country: Turkey
- language: Turkish Language
- producers: Cemal Şan & Tekin Doğan
- art direction by Nildağ Kılıç
- written by Cemal Şan
- cinematography by Cengiz Uzun
- edited by Şenol Şentürk
- music by Nail Yurtsever, Engin Arslan, Cem Tuncer
- costume design by Ahmet Selecik
- genre: Drama
- released on (6 years ago)
"Acı" is a book written by Yılmaz Güney.
- Acı a.k.a. Alderney Airport is the only airport on the island of Alderney. Built in 1935, Alderney Airport was the first airport in the Channel Islands. Located on the Blaye, it is the closest Channel Island airport to the south coast of England and the coast of France. Its facilities include a hangar, the Airport Fire Station and low cost, duty-free and tax-free Avgas refuelling. In 2011 the airport handled 69,546 passengers and 7,420 total movements, a significant decrease compared to 2010 figures.
- Acı a.k.a. The Asian College of Technology is a private college in the Philippines, located in Mandaue City and Talisay City, in the Cebu Province.
- Acı a.k.a. Zaiwa language: Zaiwa is a language spoken in parts of China and Burma. There are around 100,000 speakers. It is also known as Atsi, its name in Jingpo. Zaiwa is a member of the Burmish languages. Pela, 400 speakers, was once classified as a dialect.
- also known as Azi, Szi, Atsi-maru, Aci, Xiaoshanhua, Atsi, Atzi, Aji, Atshi, Tsaiwa, Zi, Zaiwa
- Acı a.k.a. Aka-Cari language: The Cari or Chariar language, Aka-Cari, is an extinct Great Andamanese language, of the Northern group, which was spoken by the Cari tribe of the Great Andamanese people.
- also known as Chariar, Cari
- Acı a.k.a. Aci is a file format.
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Revised Edition by Yousef Saad
The transformation P that maps as into acı is a linear transformation that is idempotent (P' = P). It is called a projector, onto S, along S9. Two important subspaces that are associated with ...
Linear Programming (2012)
A Modern Integrated Analysis by Romesh Saigal
Then, it is readily seen that, acı is a zero of f.
AMS Special Session Geometric Group Theory, April 21-22, 2001, Las Vegas, Nevada, AMS Special Session Computational Group Theory, April 28-29, 2001, Hoboken, New Jersey by Robert H. Gilman, Alexei G. Myasnikov, Vladimir Shpilrain
in particular, the vertex acı is a terminal vertex of the graph Wh(u), and, whenever the letter a 1 ...
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