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All at Sea

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  1. "All at Sea": Tutti al mare is a 2011 Italian comedy film, starring Gigi Proietti. It marked the directorial debut of Matteo Cerami, who also signed the script with his father Vincenzo Cerami. The film is intended as a sort of sequel of Sergio Citti's Casotto, which Cerami co-wrote with Citti in 1977.
  2. "All at Sea" is a 1935 British comedy film starring Googie Withers, Tyrell Davis and Rex Harrison. A young man falls on love during a cruise, and takes up a false identity as a famous writer to impress her.
  3. "All at Sea" is a 1929 silent film comedy starring Karl Dane and George K. Arthur. It was produced and distributed by MGM and directed by Alfred J. Goulding.
  4. "All at Sea" is a 1977 Australian TV movie about a group of misfits on holiday on an island resort. It used the cast from The Celebrity Game.
  5. "All at Sea": Laura is a mad woman who lives on a bed in the middle of the sea. She went there to escape her superstitions, but on a sunny Friday the 13th, they all come back to haunt her. She survives a black cat, a drunken tea party, a storm, to finally sail to a happy end.
  6. "All At Sea": "In the year that the International Maritime Organization has designated "The Year of the Seafarer," a new film by the Environmental Justice Foundation All At Sea reveals extensive human rights abuses on board illegal fishing vessels. Worth up to $23.5 billion annually and accounting for up to 31% of the global catch, Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated fishing vessels are the seas' modern day pirates. Plundering fish stocks, devastating marine habitats, and depleting vital food sources for coastal communities to supply European and world markets, these vessels steal fish with impunity, exploiting legal loopholes that allow them to avoid adhering to global fisheries laws. On board, crew members face some of the worst working conditions on the planet. This film documents investigations into life on board these "pirate" fishing vessels, uncovering evidence of appalling working conditions, including retention of pay, a lack of proper employment contracts if any, poor to non-existent safety equipment, atrocious hygiene conditions, and inadequate food and accommodation standards, with crews working under the constant threat of physical violence, and in extreme cases murder. The "pirate" fishing industry is supplying world fish markets with catches that hold untold stories of suffering and devastation.
    • countries: United Kingdom, Guinea, Sierra Leone
    • language: English Language
    • genre: Documentary film
    • subjects: Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, Human rights
    • released in (5 years ago)

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Google previewThe Complete A to Z Dictionary of Dreams (2015)

Be Your Own Dream Expert by Ian Wallace

Although it might be easy to dismiss this dream as one in which the dreamer is “ all at sea,” we can discover much more information by exploring it further. Even though puns, metaphors, and idioms form a part of dream language, we always ...

Google previewBloomsbury Dictionary of Idioms (2009)

by Gordon Jarvie

Also 'all at sea'. at sixes and sevens in disarray; in a state of confusion or neglect; higgledy piggledy. We're all at sixes and sevens just now, because of the various sales conferences and planning meetings we're having. The term comes from ...

Google preview英語常用詞組用法詞典 (2003)

by Rosalind Fergusson

Scylla*— **fllS • CharybdisRiJM-iK sea * all at sea ...

Google previewThe Nelson Contemporary English Dictionary (1977)

by Una Cunningham

connected with the sea all at sea (figl confused, at a loss go to sea to become a sailor put to sea to set off in a boat or ship sea-anchor (see'angkerl n a form of floating anchor sea-anemone Iseeanem'onil n a flower- like sea animal found on ...

Google previewChambers Pocket Dictionary (1992)

all at sea completely disorganised or at a loss. — at sea in a ship on ...

Google previewChambers concise dictionary (2004)

Also all at sea. go to sea to become a sailor, put or put out to sea to start a journey by sea. sea anchor > n a floating device dragged by a moving ship to slow it down or prevent it drifting off course. sea ...

Google previewConcise English Dictionary (2007)

by Wordsworth Editions, Limited

all at sea out ...

Google previewThe Pocket Oxford Dictionary and Thesaurus (2006)

by Elizabeth Jewell

(also all at sea) perplexed; confused, sea horse small upright marine fish with a head like that of a horse, sea legs ability to keep one's balance and avoid seasickness when at sea. sea lion large-eared seal. • 1 ocean, high sea(s), blue water.

Google previewA dictionary of the drama (1904)

a guide to the plays, playwrights, players, and playhouses of the United Kingdom and America, from the earliest times to the present. vol. 1. A-G. by William Davenport Adams

All at Sea. (1) A comedietta by Sydney Grundy (g.v.), first performed at the Theatre Royal, Manchester, on August 8, 1873, with W. H. Kendal and Mrs. Kendal in the principal parts. (2) A musical sketch, words by Arthur Law (g.v.), music by ...

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