An African-American prison psychiatrist (Sidney Poitier) finds the boundaries of his professionalism sorely tested when he must counsel a disturbed inmate (Bobby Darin) with bigoted Nazi tendencies.
Ten Madison (aka Peter Jürgens, Jürgens & Peter Gun), is a downtempo/drum and bass/psychill/psytrance artist from Germany - signed to Millennium Records. He’s released some ‘chillout’ albums, all well reviewed & attracting fans. However, his talent & energy surpass any simple ‘ambient’ labelling. As "Peter Gun" he successfully provides the four-to-the-floor oriented club area for years now and thrilled numerous fans and critics with the albums "Pressure Point" and "Thicker than Blood". Peter has developed his own style and each tune carries his very significant hand-writing. Peter Gun sounds dark and deep. It is hard and groovy and if you wish, you may call it 'Progressive House'!
Two films from Russell Stutley, number 1 expert on doing battle with the sore points in Europe. The first film - "Power Generation" - is devoted to detailed analysis of methods how to beat the second - "Placement Point Technology" - where. The first film shows the famous "wave" method of striking at different angles, analyzed the differences from other modes of attack, shows the correct and incorrect moments in the movement of the legs, hips, shoulders, etc. Also presented are examples of simple chords displayed using punches. In the second film are considered the target zone, the angle of attack and the most effective use in strokes, room, stall, etc.