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Let the local shopping begin! Christmas comes to Kenai, Soldotna lights its trees

...with Santa this year will be available for downloading at www.kenaichamber.shutterfly.com through Dec. 15th, due to Polaroid discontinuing their instant film camera. The following Wednesday over at Central Emergency Services (CES) it was Soldotna's...

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A life preserved in letters, love

...artifacts he's found in the Pelican house. He discovered about 1,000 black and white photos, the fruit of Clauson's trusty Polaroid camera. Clauson loved photography, and had "a very good eye and an analytical mind," Brodersen said. Most places she...

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Feast for the eyes

...morphed and melted aspect. It's similar to a technique used on Polaroid instant one-piece prints, where a stylus is used to manipulate...sets. "Chugach Fantasy," by Bruce Herman Too big to be a Polaroid, "Chugach Fantasy" could be an enlargement of one, but...

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Christmas Comes to Kenai made possible by the community

...Nurse's Association, Kenai Kennel Club, Kenai Fire Department, Lighthouse Community Church, and Lowe's of Kenai. Due to Polaroid discontinuing their camera and film that popped out immediately from the camera, we had to change our Santa photo procedures...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/120209/let_531244489.shtml
To market, to market

...A group of boys rented out electronic games. One boy took Polaroid photos; another made beaded geckos. For a few "dollars...A group of boys rented out electronic games. One boy took Polaroid photos; another made beaded geckos. For a few "dollars...

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Kenai kicks off Christmas season

...said. Family's are welcome to take their own photos of a loved one on Santa's knee, but for those that forget a camera, Polaroid photos will be available for $1. There will also be entertainment and snacks for those waiting for their turn. "The visitors...

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Gone

Synopsis: The Ringan Ledwidge-directed, Andrew Upton and James Watkins-scripted psychological thriller Gone (a U.S.-British-Australian co-production) follows in the footsteps of such shockers as The Company of Strangers and Kalifornia, as several innocent, unwitting young travelers inadvertently find themselves at the mercy of a psychotic outsider who poses as a Good Samaritan. The story unfolds in the Australian outback, with Alex (Shaun Evans) en route to visit his girlfriend Sophie (Amelia Warner) in Byron. His intended plans take an unexpected left turn, however, when he misses his bus and accepts the offered assistance of another traveler, the seemingly benign American Taylor (Scott Mechlowicz). The men agree to spend the evening together and partake in a night of drunken excess with several women, but the next morning, Taylor takes a potentially incriminating Polaroid of Alex in bed with one of the girls. He nonetheless assures Alex that he has destroyed it, which assuages Alex's fears temporarily. When the men decide to remain together and travel across the outback with Sophie and her friend Ingrid, however, signs of duplicitous and shady behavior emerge from Taylor - including his overt sexual interest in Sophie, the threatening resurgence of the Polaroid, and Ingrid's sudden, inexplicable disappearance. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi Cast: Scott Mechlowicz, Amelia Warner, Shaun Evans, Zoe Tuckwell-Smith Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Gone

Synopsis: The Ringan Ledwidge-directed, Andrew Upton and James Watkins-scripted psychological thriller Gone (a U.S.-British-Australian co-production) follows in the footsteps of such shockers as The Company of Strangers and Kalifornia, as several innocent, unwitting young travelers inadvertently find themselves at the mercy of a psychotic outsider who poses as a Good Samaritan. The story unfolds in the Australian outback, with Alex (Shaun Evans) en route to visit his girlfriend Sophie (Amelia Warner) in Byron. His intended plans take an unexpected left turn, however, when he misses his bus and accepts the offered assistance of another traveler, the seemingly benign American Taylor (Scott Mechlowicz). The men agree to spend the evening together and partake in a night of drunken excess with several women, but the next morning, Taylor takes a potentially incriminating Polaroid of Alex in bed with one of the girls. He nonetheless assures Alex that he has destroyed it, which assuages Alex's fears temporarily. When the men decide to remain together and travel across the outback with Sophie and her friend Ingrid, however, signs of duplicitous and shady behavior emerge from Taylor - including his overt sexual interest in Sophie, the threatening resurgence of the Polaroid, and Ingrid's sudden, inexplicable disappearance. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi Cast: Scott Mechlowicz, Amelia Warner, Shaun Evans, Zoe Tuckwell-Smith Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Gone (2007)

Synopsis: The Ringan Ledwidge-directed, Andrew Upton and James Watkins-scripted psychological thriller Gone (a U.S.-British-Australian co-production) follows in the footsteps of such shockers as The Company of Strangers and Kalifornia, as several innocent, unwitting young travelers inadvertently find themselves at the mercy of a psychotic outsider who poses as a Good Samaritan. The story unfolds in the Australian outback, with Alex (Shaun Evans) en route to visit his girlfriend Sophie (Amelia Warner) in Byron. His intended plans take an unexpected left turn, however, when he misses his bus and accepts the offered assistance of another traveler, the seemingly benign American Taylor (Scott Mechlowicz). The men agree to spend the evening together and partake in a night of drunken excess with several women, but the next morning, Taylor takes a potentially incriminating Polaroid of Alex in bed with one of the girls. He nonetheless assures Alex that he has destroyed it, which assuages Alex's fears temporarily. When the men decide to remain together and travel across the outback with Sophie and her friend Ingrid, however, signs of duplicitous and shady behavior emerge from Taylor - including his overt sexual interest in Sophie, the threatening resurgence of the Polaroid, and Ingrid's sudden, inexplicable disappearance. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi Cast: Scott Mechlowicz, Amelia Warner, Shaun Evans, Zoe Tuckwell-Smith Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

Gone (2006)

Synopsis: The Ringan Ledwidge-directed, Andrew Upton and James Watkins-scripted psychological thriller Gone (a U.S.-British-Australian co-production) follows in the footsteps of such shockers as The Company of Strangers and Kalifornia, as several innocent, unwitting young travelers inadvertently find themselves at the mercy of a psychotic outsider who poses as a Good Samaritan. The story unfolds in the Australian outback, with Alex (Shaun Evans) en route to visit his girlfriend Sophie (Amelia Warner) in Byron. His intended plans take an unexpected left turn, however, when he misses his bus and accepts the offered assistance of another traveler, the seemingly benign American Taylor (Scott Mechlowicz). The men agree to spend the evening together and partake in a night of drunken excess with several women, but the next morning, Taylor takes a potentially incriminating Polaroid of Alex in bed with one of the girls. He nonetheless assures Alex that he has destroyed it, which assuages Alex's fears temporarily. When the men decide to remain together and travel across the outback with Sophie and her friend Ingrid, however, signs of duplicitous and shady behavior emerge from Taylor - including his overt sexual interest in Sophie, the threatening resurgence of the Polaroid, and Ingrid's sudden, inexplicable disappearance. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi Cast: Scott Mechlowicz, Amelia Warner, Shaun Evans, Zoe Tuckwell-Smith Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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