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Watch Timothée Chalamet and Josh Brolin Spar in ‘Dune’ | Anatomy of a Scene

A combat lesson raises the stakes in this scene from the latest film adaptation of Frank Herbert’s futuristic science-fiction novel “Dune,” in theaters and on HBO Max. Timothée Chalamet plays Paul Atreides, the son of a duke who is taking over as ruler of the desert planet Arrakis. In this sequence, Paul trains with one of his father’s aides, Gurney...

The Case for Quitting | NYT Opinion

It’s been a brutal few years. But we’ve gritted through. We’ve spent time languishing. We’ve had one giant national burnout. And now, finally, we’re quitting. We are quitting our jobs. Our cities. Our marriages. Even our Twitter feeds. And as we argue in the video above, we’re not quitting because we’re weak. We’re quitting because we’re smart....

Searching for the Lost Graves of Canada’s Indigenous Children | NYT News

For more than a century, Indigenous children in Canada were forced to attend residential schools, where many endured abuse. Thousands were never seen again and survivors were long ignored. We followed a team of archaeologists who came to the Muskowekwan First Nation to search for the graves of these lost children. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n ...

‘It’s Just a Matter of Time for the Taliban to Find Me’: On the Run in Afghanistan | NYT Opinion

As the clock wound down on the American military presence in Afghanistan during the summer, Najlla Habibyar, a 37-year-old Afghan living in Kabul, planned to leave the country. A United States green card holder, she was among thousands of Afghans who had worked closely with the American government — an association that, she suspected, made her a ripe...

Inside an Afghan School the U.S. Helped Build, Then Destroy | Afghanistan News

After years of fighting, Afghanistan’s war-torn rural areas are opening up for the first time. We traveled with the Taliban to a U.S.-funded school in Faryab Province that’s become a symbol of foreign intervention. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New York Times Video: http://nytimes.com/video ---------- Whether it's reporting...

Takeover: How We Occupied a Hospital and Changed Public Health Care | Op-Docs

On July 14, 1970, members of the Young Lords occupied Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx — known locally as “the Butcher Shop.” A group of activists, many of them in their late teens and early 20s, barricaded themselves inside the facility, demanding safer and more accessible health care for the community. Originally a Chicago-based street gang,...

Watch Daniel Craig in Action in ‘No Time to Die’ | Anatomy of a Scene

Read the story here: [ Only if applicable ] Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New York Times Video: http://nytimes.com/video ---------- Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing...

Meet a Young Tony Soprano in ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ | Anatomy of a Scene

While the “Sopranos” movie prequel “The Many Saints of Newark” (in theaters and on HBO Max) contains plenty of action, betrayals and all that you would expect from a mob drama based on the HBO series, a no-frills scene involving a bedroom conversation is a favorite of the film’s director, Alan Taylor. That interlude takes place in the room of a young...

In a Galaxy Far, Far Away, I Was Almost Anakin Skywalker | 'Almost Famous' by Op-Docs

It was the late 1990s, and 3,000 young actors around the world were scouted for the role of a lifetime. On the ride home from school, Devon Michael’s mom told him he’d be auditioning for one of the most anticipated movies ever. “The Phantom Menace” — then the next installment of the “Star Wars” franchise — was in production, and they were searching...

The U.S. Military Said It Was an ISIS Safe House. We Found a Family Home. | Visual Investigations

Sign up for our Visual Investigations newsletter: https://nyti.ms/3xhj7dE Even as the military apologized for killing 10 civilians by mistake in a drone strike in Kabul, it insisted its target had stopped by an ISIS “safe house.” The Times found that the building was actually home to an NGO worker and his family. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n ...

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