With The Tormentors , Hewitt appears to have been aiming at the lucrative drive-in market for films featuring motorcycle-riding outlaws, the genre introduced by Roger Corman with The Wild Angels , but with Nazis thrown in for good measure.
The effort was unsuccessful, for the film gathered dust until its VHS release by cheap-o genre specialists Trans-World Entertainment fifteen years later. One stumbling block to success may have been the scrambled script from biker movie specialist David Gordon White, which bounces merrily across genre boundaries, even providing the brownshirts their own love-in scored with a dippy hippie ballad no self-respecting Nazi goon would add to his playlist.
Such contrivances, particularly the illogic of The Fourth Reich's scheme to convert hippies to fascism perhaps based on reports that the Manson murders were intended to initiate a race war , are supplemented with standard action genre conventions.
The Nazis all have great-looking girlfriends one of whom is beach party stalwart Chris Noel , none of whom seem the least interested in anything other than lounging poolside at Kemp's stately mansion, arguing with one another over their reject boyfriends, and making out with unlikely leading man Dooley. Racist and anti-semitic epithets are never uttered, but the thugs symbolically execute a cop named Silverman and a "jockey" lawn ornament can be glimpsed outside Kemp's front door. New Heart English Bible His lord was angry, and delivered him to the tormentors, until he should pay all that was due.
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They seemed invincible until they pushed one man too far but to destroy them he has to join them! David L. Hewitt (as B. Eagle) James Craig, Chris Noel, Anthony Eisley. Directed by Rod Lopez. With Erin Bowman, Tyree Darden, Azhae Xavion Jobes, Olivia Lockett.
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Between and , she and her employees surveyed over 5, women in south-east Anatolia and asked them about their lives. Some 57 per cent of the women surveyed, said that they were subjected to violence in the home; 15 per cent reported that they had received repeated murder threats. A visit to the cinema or wearing make-up can mean death for some women because their husbands and families forbid it and many proud men consider such rebellion to be a violation of so-called family honour.
Akkoc estimates that some honour killings are committed every year. This is a horrifying statistic and one that puts the murder rate in Turkey on a par with the murder rate in Pakistan. Nebahat Akkoc has this to say about the very high suicide rate among women, especially in south-east Turkey: "Were they just fleeing their own murder? Did they jump or were they pushed from the balcony?
Nebahat Akkoc and her equally courageous colleagues have made it their life's goal to investigate questions like these and save the lives of countless women with the help of a network of women's refuges, lawyers, and educational institutes in south-east Turkey.
They give the women support so that they can stand on their own two feet independently of their husbands and family. Above all, however, they make it clear to these women that they have rights. Most of the women have no idea that this is the case.
Because state support is very slow to increase, the centre in Diyarbakir has relied on itself for financial support right from the word go. The main source of income was and still is the centre's own restaurant in which KA-MER employees cook and serve. The money made in the restaurant is used not only for administration, but also to fund the centre's own kindergarten.
To date, the kindergarten has looked after 20 children. These children were sent there by parents who wanted to help change society for the better. Anyone who sends his or her child to KA-MER knows that the teachers there will tell the children that boys and girls have the same rights and that women are not servile creatures, but human beings that must be respected.
Honor Killings in Jordan and Pakistan Hiding in Prison from Their Own Family According to a study by the UN, approximately girls and women are murdered every year in the name of honor in at least 14 countries. It is assumed that the number of unreported cases is significantly higher. Katrin Schneider reports. Women's Rights in Turkey Women Are Starting Their Own Businesses In the south and southeast of Turkey, still around 40 percent of women are forced into arranged marriages, in Ankara the figure is 22 percent.
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