@FrancenePerel: Joseph #Pilates a selected sampling of his mat exercises: from top left & down:the hundred,the roll up,the roll over, the one leg circle. From top right down: the one leg stretch, the spine stretch,the swan-dive,the one leg kick, the shoulder bridge, the spine twist.
Bridge of No Return - got to visit the Joint Security Area (JSA) when I was in Korea and this bridge is very famous there. It connects South and North Korea. If you cross over there is no going back. The MDL runs right through the middle of the bridge. Two US Army officers were killed near this bridge attempting to trim a tree that obstructed the view between checkpoints.
The way I see it, Point Of No Return was written by the Phantom around his fantasies regarding Christine, so he could finally seduce her 'past the point of no return." He was like, "you know this is happening...let it build." She has fear, but you can tell that he's reaching her by the way she responds in turn.
December 23, 1968: Crew of the USS Pueblo released by North Korea. North Korea had captured the ship, claiming it had entered their territorial waters; the US maintained it had been in international water. After 11 months of frustrating negotiations, and a forced admission of culpability by the US, the crewmen were released. They are shown here crossing the "Bridge of No Return" into South Korea. North Korea still holds the Pueblo, the only US Navy ship currently held captive.
"Love Locks" on the Archeveche Bridge in Paris, France. Loved ones hang a lock with their names on it and then throw the key into the river. Even if the relationship ends, the lock cannot be removed and stays forever as a testament to someone once a part of your life.
The Long, Hot Summer (1958)- Joanne Woodward plays Clara, the lady who would like to marry, but not to just anyone. Here she's about to define the relationship with her beau Alan (Richard Anderson) and make him pop the question or not. Are they on a bridge of no return?