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The 8 Craziest Mother's Day Indies To Watch Right Now For Free Online

11 May 2014 9:06 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Everyone thinks their mom is a little nutty, but these zany cinematic matriarchs will make you extra effusive with praise in this year’s card. Ditch the lukewarm brunch and watch these Mother’s Day picks instead for free on SnagFilms. "Motherhood" Uma Thurman stars as a frazzled young mother faced with the Herculean task of planning her daughter’s birthday—wrangling balloons is more difficult than you’d think. "Small, Beautifully Moving Parts" After Sarah discovers she’s pregnant, she hits the road to find her estranged mother in this charming twist on the road trip film. "Torso" Evelyn Dick was acquitted for her husband’s murder, but is she as innocent as looks? Based on one of the most sensational murders in Canada’s history, Torso takes motherly angst to the next level. "How To Break Up With Your Mother" Fred, given an ultimatum from his girlfriend, goes »

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Body of Evidence

2 April 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | | See recent CultureCatch news »

Maria Lassnig MoMA PS1 Through May 25, 2014

"Man is the measure of all things: of things which are, that they are, and of things which are not, that they are not."  Protagoras, quoted in Plato's Theaetetus 

"Both the motor and sensory homunculi usually appear as a small man superimposed over the top of the precentral or postcentral gyrus, for motor and sensory, respectively. The homunculus is oriented with feet medial and shoulders lateral on top of both the precentral and the postcentral gyrus (for both motor and sensory). The man's head is depicted upside down in relation to the rest of the body such that the forehead is closest to the shoulders. The lips, hands, feet and sex organs have more sensory neurons than other parts of the body, so the homunculus has correspondingly large lips, hands, feet, and genitals. The motor homunculus is very similar to the sensory homunculus, but differs in several ways. »

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