Profitability It has been many years the Philippines gaming market was the Philippines Amusement and Gaming Corporation, the state-owned corporation for operating and regulating, who are thirteen Casino Filipino-branded casinos and another 23 slot clubs comprise today a little over 7, slots and table games. They are located about 65 kilometers to the north of Manila and in Rizal, just east of the city. Another company called Jimei Group from Macau, which has its major business in facilitating corporate tours, casino cruises and travel and tour groups through the Philippines, is operating Fontana Hot Spring Leisure Park in San Fernando City, providing services in casino, golf course and family leisure. The PhilippinesAccording to a report provided by Credit Suisse, the Philippines have a potentially larger domestic market in the high-margin mass segment compared to any other Asian gaming hubs.
In AprilBBC2 brought us his part series Heimat, one of the few real masterpieces of television fiction. With Maria Simon as its central character, it told the story of the inhabitants of Schabbach, a village in the Hunsruck area of Germany, between and In the process it conveyed the story of the German people during much of the 20th century, particularly around the period of the second world war.
BBC2 has just finished repeating the whole, entrancing saga. So deeply involved in the lives of these characters do we become - in the minutiae which vividly illustrate the greater historical events of the time - that the end of the series brings an acute sense of deprivation similar to that caused by reading the last page of War And Peace.
A New Generation and it seems that Reitz has not only not lost his touch but, if anything, refined and improved it. This conclusion is based upon previewing only six hours of the new work - 'only' seeming the right word when you realise that Part 2 is even longer than the original: But such is the magic of Heimat I would happily have sat through the other 20 hours, had the BBC not been still working on the sub-titling.
Ironically, in that it is the only aspect not under Reitz's control, the sub-titling is the one technical detail which is less than satisfactory: At the centre of Heimat 2 is Hermann Simon, Maria's youngest son, whose passionate love affair with the older Klarchen was so cruelly destroyed by the family in Part 1.
The date is now and the setting has changed from country to city, with Hermann, played by a splendid young actor named Henry Arnold, arriving in Munich to begin studying music.
He becomes one of a group of young intellectuals who congregate in a large middle class house made available to them by an older woman who enjoys the company of young artists.
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At least for the first three episodes the development of modern music is one of the main backdrops against which the human relationships are enacted, and presumably this continues throughout.
It is not merely a matter of using music as a pretty accompaniment much of what we hear seems to me far from pretty, though Reitz does more to endear avant garde music to me than anyone else ever has nor of exploiting music and musicians for the sake of angst-ridden drama as in such Hollywood horrors as Song Without End.
Reitz works the music into the very lives of his characters, and makes the difference between the new music and the old one of the keys to the differences between the generations. Some have said that Heimat is merely up-market soap opera; can anybody conceive of a theme such as this in EastEnders?
The main difference between Maria's generation and Hermann's is, of course, the experience of Nazism and here Reitz has done more, perhaps, than anyone else in the field of popular culture to deal honestly with post-war attitudes. That means neither atavistic arrogance nor the perpetual wringing of hands among his older characters, nor does it mean endless guilt and tearful rejection among the young.
Mostly it means obfuscation, subtle misunderstanding, and a tendency for immediate events to distract from the enormity of what was done.
There is a wonderful moment in Episode 2 of the new series when Angelika and her friends are playing Vivaldi at a birthday party and her wealthy bourgeois father slips off to play with his radio-controlled boat in the swimming pool.
It encapsulates a powerful Reitz cocktail of social, political and artistic attitudes. Reitz repeatedly makes clear his love of cinema. The sub-text involving the development of stills cameras in Heimat 1 moves on to the development of movie cameras in Heimat 2: Hermann's friends use an Arriflex, the camera which was originally developed for the Wehrmacht.
In Episode 3 Reitz inserts a nice joke for cineastes when one of the students says 'We've just been to a film you must see: La Notte by Antonioni. You come out feeling like shooting yourself]' which is spot on for period and also true.
But whatever Reitz's own predilections surely neither of these huge works would ever have been made for cinema alone, nor even have been conceived without the model provided by television serial drama.
A few people might be willing to devote the money and time necessary to watch 26 hours of material in a cinema, but only a few.
Millions in umpteen countries watched Heimat 1 on television, and probably millions more in even more places will watch Heimat 2.
Such was the critical and popular success of Part 1 that there are 16 co-producers for Part 2, six German and 10 foreign, nearly all of them television companies, including the BBC.
However, saying that Heimat is a true product of the television serial tradition is not the same as saying that it is just high class soap opera. It certainly has some of the characteristics of soap opera: You can hardly miss the fact that Reitz has a marvellous aptitude for narrative, and that he loves sex and music as well as cinema: Claiming that EastEnders and Heimat are both soap operas tells us as little.
Reitz - writer, director, and producer of this vast epic - who was never exactly fumbling around in Part 1, seems even more technically assured in Part 2.
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