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Aranmanai 2
Tamilஅரண்மனை 2
Directed bySundar C.
Produced byKhusbhu
Written byVenkat Raghavan
Sundar C.
Screenplay bySundar C,
S.B.Ramadoss
StarringSundar C.
Hansika Motwani
Siddharth
Trisha
Poonam Bajwa
Kovai Sarala
Soori
Kovai Sarala
Manobala
Chitra Lakshmanan
Radharavi
Vaibhav Reddy
Music byHiphop Tamizha
CinematographyU. K. Senthil Kumar
Edited bySrikanth.N.B
Production
company
Distributed bySri Thenandal Films
Release date
Running time
136 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil
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Aranmanai 2 (lit.'Palace 2')(pronunciation) is a 2016 Indian Tamil-language comedy horror film written and directed by Sundar C. The film stars Sundar himself, Hansika Motwani, Siddharth, Trisha, Poonam Bajwa, Soori, Kovai Sarala, Manobala, Chitra Lakshmanan and Radharavi and Vaibhav Reddy. The second installment in the Aranmanai film series, the film released on 29 January 2016.

Plot[edit]

Sarkar (Tamil) 2018 TV-MA 2h 42m Action & Adventure. A ruthless businessman’s mission to expose electoral fraud brings him into a heated and dangerous political conflict with two corrupt ministers. Starring: Vijay, Varalakshmi Sarathkumar, Keerthy Suresh.

The movie starts with the Amman statue, which was guarding the village against evil spirits and negative energy, being moved into an underground room during the temple's renovation. At a graveyard somewhere close to the temple, a group of tantric practitioners capitalise on the Amman being made dormant to awaken evil spirits for black magic purposes. During the ritual, they inadvertently release a demonic entity that they could not contain. The evil spirit then leaves the graveyard in the form of a cloud and moves into the village. The village mendicant-holy man notices the evil spirit and chases after it, but could not prevent it from entering the titular palace. Being mute, his pleadings to warn the palace owner (Radha Ravi) is ignored. Later that night, the spirit attacks the owner who then falls and goes into a coma. His elder son Ramesh (Subbu Panchu), arrives with his wife Sandhya (Vinodhini Vaidyanathan) and their son Suresh (Nithin Manivannann). Together with them are his younger brother, Murali (Siddharth) and his fiancée Anitha (Trisha). Devadas (Soori) arrives as well, in disguise as his father, Sandhu Bondu Naadimuthu (Soori) who was a doctor and had contact with the landowners.

One night the family driver (Raj Kapoor) is killed. after a few nights, Suresh does crazy things and says that someone is telling him to do so. Also Murali sees his father being elevated above the bed and gets scared. Anitha who also sees these things decides to call her brother, Ravi (Sundar C.). One night Ravi sees Suresh drowning and rescues him. He initially suspects Manju (Poonam Bajwa), who was hired by the family as a nurse for Murali's father, but he soon realizes it is not her since she has a different agenda. After that he sets up cameras around the house. A couple of nights later the elder brother goes missing and Ravi sees it. With the cameras, he is able to identify the spirit that is causing havoc. Murali identifies her as Maya (Hansika Motwani), his younger sister.

Maya was loved by all, especially by her father and Murali. She was also the owner of Maya Granites shown in the song Maya Maya. On the day before her marriage, she eloped with one of the workers' son (Vaibhav) and the whole family was shocked and felt disgraced. Three years later in Bangalore, when Murali sees that she is pregnant, he passes the good news to his father and brother as they arrive at their house. Their father asks Maya to come back home to which she agrees. On the day she was supposed to arrive, Maya didn't show up, and Murali thought she had changed her mind. Later Ravi tells that it's not true. Maya and her husband got off a stop earlier since her elder brother wanted them to arrive home safely. While travelling in a Jeep on the way to their palace, Maya's husband was stabbed by the driver. After that, he instructed Maya to go into hiding. But this plan failed when Maya's father arrived and told her to drink poison since she disgraced her family's name and status by marrying someone who belonged to a lower caste. Maya agrees to her father's words with a condition that her husband's life should be spared. After she drank the poison, Maya's elder brother killed her husband in front of her which made Maya vow that she will end the male generation in her family before her father chokes her to death. Ravi also tells that her primary target is Murali since he told their father and elder brother about her whereabouts and also Suresh. Manju tells that her uncle is a priest and lives near the Kerala border.

Ravi goes with Manju to the priest whose disciples at first refused to offer a helping hand because the priest is just recuperating from myocardial infarction (heart attack). But before they leave, the priest decides to help them and starts the pooja. After a few moments, the priest informs that Maya has possessed someone in the palace and it is revealed to be Anitha. It is also shown that Anitha killed Murali's elder brother and also poisons her father-in-law as an act of revenge, even though he managed to recover from his coma. Ravi decides to find Maya's corpse, while Murali, Suresh, and Manju try to distract Anitha by taking the entire family to a restaurant. Their main goal is to get Anitha's blood and put some holy ink on her hair. They manage to get her blood when she is cutting an apple, and one of the assistants (Manobala) manages to put the ink before getting thrashed by Anitha/Maya. There Anitha goes to the house and tries to kill Murali and Suresh. However, it fails and the priest manages to get Maya out of Anitha. Later Ravi and the priest decide to kill the spirit and the only way is to be possessed by the spirit and stab its own corpse. Ravi manages to do it and completes it but the priest gets chest pain and he tells Murali that their only hope is to go to the Amman Pooja that is happening in their village temple as Amman is their final hope. Murali and Suresh get there with Ravi possessed by Maya trying to stop them. When Ravi is about to kill Murali, Amman uses her powers and prevents Maya's spirit from killing Murali and Suresh. Before she leaves, she sees her brother Murali who sheds tears for what had happened to his beloved sister. Before Maya disappears she smiles at Amman. After this incident, Murali, Suresh and Anitha reunite and Ravi reunites with Manju leaving the Aranmanai in the hands of the caretakers. As everyone leaves the palace, Maya's spirit enters a doll and returns to the palace waiting for the right time to swing back into action. The movie ends with a hint of a sequel.

Cast[edit]

  • Hansika Motwani as Maya
  • Sundar C. as Ravi
  • Siddarth as Murali
  • Trisha as Anitha, Murali's fiancée
  • Poonam Bajwa as Manju
  • Soori as Devadas & Sandhu Bondhu Naadimuthu, Devadas's father
  • Kovai Sarala as Komalam
  • Manobala as Vera Shekar, Komalam's Brother
  • Vinodhini Vaidyanathan as Sandhya, Murali's sister-in-law and Ramesh's wife
  • Radha Ravi as Ramesh, Murali and Maya's father
  • Subbu Panchu as Ramesh, Murali and Maya's brother
  • Raj Kapoor as Driver
  • Chithra Lakshmanan as Ravi and Anitha's father
  • V. I. S. Jayapalan as Namboothiri, Manju's uncle
  • Dhindukal Saravanan as Devadas's assistant
  • Thalapathy Dinesh as Namboothiri's assistant
  • Vichu Vishwanath as Namboothiri's assistant
  • Aadukalam Naren as Mahalingam
  • Rahul Thatha as a priest
  • Vaibhav as Arun, Maya's husband (cameo appearance)
  • Khushbu Sundar in a special appearance for 'Amma (the Amman song)'
  • Hiphop Tamizha Aadhi as himself in the song 'Party with the Pei'

Production[edit]

The project's progress was first officially revealed after Trisha had tweeted her involvement in the sequel and revealed that she would feature alongside Siddharth in the leading roles.[1]Hansika Motwani subsequently also announced that she would work in Aranmanai 2.[2]Poonam Bajwa was later selected for the role.[3]Soori was selected as a comedian replacing N. Santhanam who was part of first film. Kovai Sarala and Aadukalam Naren were also added to the cast to portray supporting roles.[4] The team began the first schedule in mid-June 2015, with scenes involving Hansika canned.[5]

The film's second schedule was begun in July where portions involving Trisha and Siddarth were shot. A song sequence involving dancers from Kerala and a cast including Siddarth, Trisha, Soori and Kovai Sarala was also canned. The team created a 103 feet statue of the goddess for a song sequence.[6] The principal photography of the film came to an end in mid-November and the post-production work started.

Music[edit]

Aranmanai 2
Soundtrack album by
Released27 December 2015
Recorded2015
GenreFeature film soundtrack
Length22:56
LanguageTamil
LabelThink Music India
ProducerHiphop Tamizha
Hiphop Tamizha chronology
Thani Oruvan
(2015)
Aranmanai 2
(2015)
Kathakali
(2016)

The film's soundtrack album and background score were composed by Hiphop Tamizha. The soundtrack album consists of six tracks. The music rights were purchased by Think Music India. The album was released on 27 December 2015.[7] Independent singer Kaushik Krish (who earlier recorded 'Kannala Kannala', also composed by Hiphop Tamizha for Thani Oruvan) announced in September 2015 that he was working on a single track from the album,[8] though his name did not appear on the tracklist.[7]

Track-List
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1.'Party With The Pei'Hiphop TamizhaHiphop Tamizha, Kharesma Ravichandran3:35
2.'Maayaa Maayaa'VivekKailash Kher, Padmalatha4:20
3.'Poraadaa Poraadaa'Hiphop TamizhaHiphop Tamizha3:38
4.'Kuchi Mittai'Hiphop TamizhaAnthony Daasan4:12
5.'Amma' (the Amman song)PiraisoodanMalathi Lakshman, Hiphop Tamizha, Vishnu Priya, Anthony Daasan4:40
6.'Aranmanai 2' (Instrumental)Hiphop Tamizha2:31
Total length:22:56

Release[edit]

The promotional song of the film 'Party with the Pei' was released on 10 November 2015 coinciding with Deepavali. The film was announced to be released on 15 January 2016 coinciding with Thai Pongal, however the release date was pushed to 29 January 2016.

The film released on 29 January 2016 on more than 400 screens in Tamil Nadu.

Critical reception[edit]

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IndiaGlitz.com had rated 2.5/5 by saying 'Aranmanai 2 isn't a genius of a story, it dwells mainly on some slapstick humour, the performances of Hansika, Trisha, Kovai Sarala and Soori, and some real good camera & Art work behind the scenes'.[9]Times of India rated the film 2.5/5 and wrote 'Despite toeing so closely to the original's formula and being equally unpretentious, Aranmanai-2 feels underwhelming. The horror scenes not even remotely scary (though, the visual effects continue to be tacky). The cast and the director seem to be coasting along with a 'people will see this movie no matter what' attitude, and it is this blatant acknowledgement of the film being just a cash grab that is most disappointing'.[10]Behindwoods rated the film 2.25/5.0.[11]Sify wrote 'Sundar C’s Aranmanai 2 is a pucca paisa vasool popcorn entertainer, which is packaged with all the commercial trappings like glamour, slapstick comedy and thrilling moments. Set in a familiar milieu, one can easily predict each and every scene and the film will work big time with common man seeking pure time pass entertainment'.[12]Silverscreen wrote 'At a time when a younger generation of filmmakers in Kollywood are coming up with well-made horror films like Maya, Pisaasu and Demonte Colony, Aranmanai 2 looks like a grinch in a hip Bengaluru pub. Out of place and awkward'.[13][14]

Box office[edit]

The film grossed an excellent amount of 18 crores in its opening weekend in Tamil Nadu, beating its competitor Irudhi Suttru.[15] The film collected 10.82 lakh (US$15,000) in United States, 23.72 lakh (US$33,000) in UK, 19.02 lakh (US$27,000) in Australia and 2.1 crore (US$290,000) in Malaysia.[16] The film collects 39 crores worldwide and was declared a box office success.[17]

According to the director Sundar C., the film collected more money than its predecessor and was financially successful, despite receiving mixed-to-positive reviews from critics.[18]

References[edit]

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  1. ^'Trisha signs `Aranmanai-2` with Sundar C'. Sify. Retrieved 17 September 2015.
  2. ^'Hansika joins Trisha and Siddharth for `Aranmanai 2`'. Sify. Retrieved 17 September 2015.
  3. ^Avinash Pandian. 'Poonam Bajwa to play the third heroine in Sundar C's Aranmanai 2'. Behindwoods. Retrieved 17 September 2015.
  4. ^'Naren turns baddie for `Aranmanai 2`'. Sify. Archived from the original on 24 September 2015. Retrieved 17 September 2015.
  5. ^'Hansika to start shoot for Sundar C`s `Aranmanai 2`'. Sify. Retrieved 17 September 2015.
  6. ^'A World Record For Sundar C's Aranmanai 2?'. Behindwoods. Retrieved 16 November 2015.
  7. ^ ab'Aranmanai 2 Songs Review'. Behindwoods. Retrieved 30 December 2015.
  8. ^Kaushik L M. 'Kaushik Krish of Thani Oruvan fame talks about his experience singing Kannala Kannala'. Behindwoods. Retrieved 17 September 2015.
  9. ^'Aranmanai 2 review. Aranmanai 2 Tamil movie review, story, rating — IndiaGlitz.com'. IndiaGlitz. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
  10. ^'Aranmanai 2 Movie review'. Times of India. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  11. ^'Aranmanai 2 review — Behindwoods'. Behindwoods. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  12. ^'Aranmanai 2 Review: Ghosts & Laughs'. Sify. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  13. ^'Aranmanai 2 Review: A Horror Mockery'. Silverscreen. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  14. ^'Aranmanai 2 Tamil Movie Review by Chennaivision'. 30 January 2016. Retrieved 14 July 2016.
  15. ^Upadhyaya, Prakash. ''Aranmanai 2' box office collection: Sundar's film beats 'Irudhi Suttru' in first weekend'. International Business Times, India Edition. Retrieved 15 March 2018.
  16. ^'Overseas box office collection: Irudhi Suttru, Visaranai perform well in US, Aranmanai 2 holding well in Malaysia'. International Business Times. 9 February 2016. Retrieved 18 May 2020.
  17. ^'Aranmanai 2 (Tamil) - Worldwide Box Office Collection, Budget & Reviews BOTY'. BOTY. Retrieved 15 March 2018.
  18. ^'Aranmanai 2 made more money than the original: Sundar C'. The New Indian Express. Retrieved 15 March 2018.

External links[edit]

  • Aranmanai 2 at IMDb
Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Aranmanai_2&oldid=1028179064'

The 1980s saw a rise in hackers being featured on the big screen. Sometimes they were white hats, portrayed as near superheroes saving the day; other times, they were crackers — bad guys posing a threat to society.

In either case, to say that the portrayal of hackers and security professionals in hacker movies is accurate would certainly be an overstatement, but the mere presence of the CFAA, CCC and Anonymous means their influence is undeniable.

From cult favorites and B-movies to big Hollywood blockbusters, these movies are always fun to watch. At the very least, they offer an amusing view of computer hackers and their obvious love for Nmap.

A list of the best hacker movies ever made

Most of these movies are action-packed and a thrill to watch. Some even border hilarious, having aged less gracefully than others thanks to their particular views on the future of technology and ethical hacking.

As security professionals, we can at least be flattered that we’ve inspired so many movies over the past few decades.

So now it’s time for the main feature…our list of the top 10 hacker movies:

1. The Matrix (1999)

It’s no surprise that The Matrix comes in at number one.

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The Matrix might not be a hacker movie per se, but the way it tackles the existential riddle of living in a computer simulation, and its depiction of an advanced and oppressive AI, make it a truly iconic movie.

We’re living in a world that grows more connected every day, and the question of how much of reality we actually see remains a provocative and relevant discussion. One might even say that The Matrix and the metaphors it presents have influenced more people to question reality than they would have otherwise.

The movie follows Thomas A. Anderson, a computer programmer by day and a hacker known by “Neo” at night. When he’s contacted by legendary hacker Morpheus, Thomas is awakened to the world’s harshest reality: everything he has known to be real is a computer program designed to enslave humans. It’s up to Neo to win the epic battle against technology to free humankind.

We’re sure many of you have already seen this massively successful film, but for those of you who haven’t, we recommend watching it as soon as you finish reading this list.

And then ask yourself: Will you take the red pill or the blue pill?

2. Hackers (1995)

“Hack the planet! Hackers of the world: Unite!”

After the mind-bending existentialism of The Matrix, Hackers is a fantastic opportunity to sit back, relax and have a laugh. This cult classic might now be seen as satire but it’s an easygoing movie that’s still loved by many. It follows a group of young hackers who’ve hacked the wrong guy — a black hat hacker who’s designed a virus intent on igniting five oil tankers. With the fate of the world being held at ransom, this high-tech (for its time) thriller makes for a fun and satisfying hacker vs cracker story.

The plot is by no means innovative, and the hacking scenes might warrant a laugh or two (even from those unfamiliar with real-world hacking), but if there’s a movie out there that better captures the 90’s era and the way the media often portrays hackers, we’d love to see it.

The film’s techno music and counterculture wardrobe have greatly influenced the way the world sees hackers; some actual hackers have even adopted this style. Also featured are references to many cybersecurity topics including social engineering, phreaking and malicious software. Not only do viewers get a glimpse of law enforcement raiding young hackers, they get an in-movie rundown of the many different things that can be hacked — like sprinklers!

3. War Games (1983)

Shall we play?

While this movie didn’t influence the fashion trends of young hackers, it did scare the government into passing the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) in 1986.

War Games follows David, a young computer fanatic who finds a back door to a US military computer, WOPR (War Operation Plan Response). This technological achievement was designed to predict the possible outcomes of nuclear war. Believing he’s only playing a nuclear war simulation game, David activates an all-powerful nuclear weapon control system and nearly starts World War III.

War Games, more than any other movie on this list, shows the amount of influence popular culture has, not only on the public, but on the governing agencies and the laws we have. Even if the plot doesn’t seem entirely plausible, this hacker movie presents a captivating look into the dangers of nuclear war, and the havoc insecure systems can wreak on the world.

4.TRON (1982)

Now this movie is truly a classic sci-fi action piece from the ’80s, and every video game, computer and science fiction fan needs to see it. Tron features a skilled programmer who gets transported into his own game and the digital world known as The Grid, where he passes through levels and fights for his life to confront the Master Control Program.

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The movie TRON was made while many special effects were still in their infancy, so they might actually seem comical. And while the weak writing and acting don’t help, it’s still an entertaining experience that illustrates what might happen if you lived in a video game.

A high-profile prequel has been made, it’s spawned numerous comic books and TV series, but still…nothing can beat the original. The movie is thought by many to be ahead of its time, and here’s a fun fact: it’s a Disney movie.

5. Sneakers (1992)

“It’s not about who’s got the most bullets, it’s about who controls the information.”

Sneakers is another entertaining movie from the 90’s that, in contrast to Hackers, is more technically accurate with a more serious feel. The plot finds students Martin Brice and Cosmo hacking into networks at their university and stealing funds to donate to social causes. Cosmo is arrested and goes into hiding.

Years later, Martin, who now calls himself Martin Bishop, is running a team of physical penetration testers when they are approached by the NSA. He doesn’t agree to their demands, but is blackmailed by the officers (aware of Martin and Cosmo’s former identities) who need to recover a secret black box. The team braves fights with enemies and encounters interesting situations that dredge up old memories.

The cast is amazing and it’s a must-see for anyone looking for a good hacker movie. While on the surface it’s an action flick, a number of cheerfully comical scenes make it a fun watch. And along with a depiction of right versus wrong, we get a look at the early days of penetration testers, back when they were testing physical attack vectors.

6. 23 (1998)

Maybe the movie 23 hasn’t exactly influenced the public, but it was loosely based on the incident surrounding the German Chaos Computer Club (CCC) and Karl Koch. 23 explores the cyberespionage case in which Karl Koch was arrested for breaking into US government computers and planning to sell their source codes to the KGB.

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The movie highlights the events leading to this incident, and the players involved: Karl is a young hacker living in post-Cold War Germany. With the help of his friend and a strong belief in social justice, they begin breaking into all kinds of systems, including the US government and corporate entities.

To make money off of their hacking, they decide to sell their information to the KGB. Pressured by having to perform better hacks, Karl succumbs to drugs. During one drug-driven delusion he hacks a nuclear power plant which leads to an explosion in Chernobyl. He then breaks down and enrolls in the witness-protection program to flee from the KGB’s threats. Later, Karl’s body is found, burned in a forest.

This is not an action movie created to entertain you with its views of technology and hacking portals. 23 is decidedly more of a drama, exploring the early days of hacking, crackers and the darker side of their story.

7. Ghost in the Shell (1995)

The list wouldn’t be complete without one animated feature, and to many this is the pinnacle of Japanese animation films, often cited as the bestever. This cyberpunk anime is based on the manga of the same name: Ghost in the Shell.

The story follows cyborg Motoko Kusanagi, an officer who works for a police division that deals with cybercrime. He’s hot on the trail of a hacker known as the Puppet Master, who hacks into the brains of cyborgs. As with many anime films, philosophical metaphors and topics are woven into the story and as the plot progresses, the question of who is doing the hunting becomes more difficult to answer, and the story draws us in even deeper.

This film has influenced many others of a similar genre, but it stands the test of time and remains relevant to this day. Any anime fan, or anyone interested in diving into this genre needs to see Ghost in the Shell.

8. Mr. Robot (2015–)

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Okay, Mr. Robot isn’t a movie, but it’s series television’s most recent venture into the cybercrime genre. It’s been widely praised for its accurate technical portrayal of information security and data privacy as we know them today.

The plot revolves around Elliot, a cybersecurity engineer by day and a vigilante hacker by night. After he is approached by a young woman, Elliot becomes acquainted with a man who calls himself Mr. Robot, who tells him about the about E-Corp, an organization Mr. Robot believes is trying to control the world. Elliot finds himself in a moral dilemma, as that is the company he is paid to protect.

This hit TV series has shed new light on information security the public’s stance towards it. Mr. Robot reveals not only the real implications of data protection and cybersecurity, but also what may be the most technically accurate representation of that community’s everyday life. It’s thought of as one of the best series on information security and if you haven’t tuned into Mr. Robot yet, we strongly suggest you do it now. You’ll have enough seasons for a weekend binge!

9. Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol (2011)

In this fourth installment of the Mission: Impossible series we see a lot of hacking, hijacking and everything else that brings joy to the security professionals who love this series. Just as in all the other movies in the franchise, Ghost Protocol is action-packed from the very start. You’ll see iPhones used to crack door codes, hijack networks, break into a prison’s security system and other scenes of glorious hacking action.

The story focuses on Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt and the IMF, an organization wrongly accused of an explosion. In the mix is Hendricks, whose access to Russian nuclear launch codes fuels his plans to launch an attack on the US. Promptly, Ghost Protocol is invoked, which means a stop to the IMF.

This movie is great fun for all the action lovers out there. And its decidedly high-tech hacking scenes make it a highly entertaining hacker movie to watch.h.

10. The Net (1995)

The Net is a B-movie dream. It isn’t a “good” movie, and has a laughable plot, but it’s another opportunity to have a laugh while seeing what the world thought of the Internet back in 1995.

The story follows Angela Bennett, a computer expert and systems analyst who lives here life on the Net, with very few friends aside from her virtual ones. She’s sent a program to debug and, in the process, discovers the confidential databases of different government agencies. While on vacation, her identification documents are stolen — along with her entire identity. The people behind all of this are, of course, the evil hackers.

This one hasn’t really aged that well and many parts of it seem cliché today. It does, however, share a look into the world at the time, and the fears many had of a frighteningly-connected Internet.

Good thing it’s only a movie, right?

Conclusion

Many of these hacker movies don’t paint a realistic picture of cybersecurity and the hacker scene — you won’t learn any new pen testing techniques, for instance — but they are truly fun to watch. Whether you seek Friday-night entertainment with a little light counterculture comedy, or you want to enjoy a mind-bending thriller that prompts you to question your reality, this list has it all.

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