Ripstein

Rip·stein

(rip'stīn),
Charles B., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Ripstein operation.
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"If you want to be absolutely universal," said Ripstein, "you have to first be impossibly local."
Dyzenhaus, Moreau, and Ripstein (law and philosophy, U.
"They found that there was a great deal of talent and a potentially interesting market here," says Gabriel Ripstein, production director at Columbia Pictures Producciones.
Arthur Ripstein's essay, As If It Had Never Happened, seeks to explain the particular form that the duty of repair takes in tort law, in particular, the availability of money damages as a remedy.
Relying on an account of reasonableness developed by Arthur Ripstein and others, however, I will suggest that we ought to interpret reasonableness in a different way.
Certainly, Reygadas seems closer to Arturo Ripstein's extravagantly feel-bad melodramas--particularly the cine-cult extravaganza Divine (1998)--or the sado-surrealistic showbiz mysticism of Alejandro Jodorowsky's countercultural sacraments El Topo (1970) and The Holy Mountain (1973), than with the movies of Mexico's current new wave.
Howard Berlind Ripstein, who was in his 81st year, passed away in Montreal on September 27, 2004.
Zaira Chacin Jacqueline Ripstein Sanctuary Gallery, Miami, Fla.
Alameda Films producer Alfredo Ripstein says the project, now in postproduction, was shelved for more than three decades due to its strong subject matter.