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Cafe Lunch

Here is the set of candids from earlier in the day of Mischa leaving Mandarette Chinese Cafe after having lunch in West Hollywood.

Welcome back, Lacoste

Candids of Mischa grabbing an afternoon coffee with a friend in West Hollywood have been added. She looks awesome!

Last Days of Homecoming Giveaway

Just a quick update to mention that there are only 3 days left on the Homecoming DVD Giveaway. Click here for details on how to win 1 of 3 copies of Homecoming on DVD. Officially released on April 20th, Homecoming explores the twisted tale of obsession where an ex-girlfriend stops at nothing to keep the new girl away from her man.

Coachella Candid

Added an awesome candid shot of Mischa from Coachella. Photo is from The Cobra Snake, with thanks to Liz for sending in through.

I also added the two missing shots from the Diesel Brunch and IndiOasis – both also from Mischa’s time at Coachella.

Beverly Hills Candids

Candids of Mischa having lunch and spending the day shopping with a friend have been added.

*updated* 22/4

Bhopal: Prayer for Rain – Behind the Scenes Video

Check out this video from the Bhopal: Prayer for Rain set. The video features information and interviews dealing with the actual gas tragedy. Then towards the end both Mischa and Martin Sheen are interviewed about the film and we get a little glimpse at Mischa filming a scene. Thanks to Maz!

Bhopal Doc Pilot from Henrik Norrthon on Vimeo.

Bhopal disaster film criticised over portrayal of victims

Movie accused of glossing over role of US company in Indian toxic gas disaster

A film starring top Hollywood actors that dramatises the Bhopal gas disaster has been criticised by campaigners and participants in the tragedy for misrepresenting individuals and the facts.

Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain is due for release this autumn with Mischa Barton and Martin Sheen in leading roles.

Shot largely in India, it portrays the events around the world’s worst industrial accident, in which clouds of toxic gas escaped from a chemical plant run by a part-owned subsidiary of American company Union Carbide.

More than 8,000 people, mainly living in slums around the plant, died immediately when the gas leaked shortly after midnight on 3 December 1984. At least 25,000 others are estimated to have died over subsequent years and many more continue to suffer today.

Ravi Kumar, the writer and director, said the film was “a dramatisation, inspired by real events.

“There are 18- and 19-year-olds across India and across the world who have never heard of Bhopal. I could have made a four-hour documentary that no one would have seen.

“This way a whole new generation will learn about what happened and a whole series of very important and relevant questions can be discussed,” said Kumar, a London-based paediatrician who has raised more than $5m from Indian private backers for the project.

Sheen plays Warren Anderson, the chief executive of Union Carbide, headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut. Barton plays Eva Gascon, a fictitious reporter from Paris-Match who learns of the problems at the plant from a local journalist but decides not to publish a story.

Click “read more” or visit Guradian.co.uk directly for the full story.

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Coachella Events

Mischa attended a couple of events while at the Coachella Festival on April 17th. I’m missing a couple of shots which I’ll add as I receive them.
Diesel Brunch at Coachella Festival
The Music Lounge at IndiOasis


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