Reč is divided into two sections:
- Kodrat e Rečit (Kodre Dakaj)
is a Japanese manga about an aspiring voice actress by Q-Tarō Hanamizawa. A nine-episode anime adaptation by Shaft aired between February and March 2006; an original video animation episode was also produced.
REC (stylized as [•REC]) is a 2007 Spanish zombie horror film, co-written and directed by Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza. The film was shot in Barcelona, Spain and the title is an abbreviation of the word "record", as it appears on a video camera.
Balaguero and Plaza previously directed the 2002 documentary OT: la película. REC was filmed as a found footage film and used a " shaky camera" technique. The film was remade in the US as the 2008 film Quarantine.
As the first installment of the REC series, it was followed by three sequels; REC 2 in 2009, REC 3: Genesis in 2012, and REC 4 in 2014 as the final installment in the franchise. Spanish company Filmax International is responsible for the production of the REC franchise and released all four installments.
REC (film series)
REC (stylized as [REC]) is a Spanish zombie horror film series. The original 2007 film was shot in Barcelona, Spain and the title is an abbreviation of the word "record", as it appears on a video camera.
The first REC film was remade in the United States as the 2008 film Quarantine.
REC was followed by three sequels; REC 2 in 2009, REC 3: Génesis in 2012, and REC 4: Apocalypse in 2014 as the final installment in the franchise. Spanish company Filmax International is responsible for the production of the REC franchise and released all four installments.
The series lead protagonist, Ángela Vidal, is portrayed by actress Manuela Velasco in all the films except REC 3: Genesis.
Actor Javier Botet portrays Tristana Medeiros, the series main antagonist.
n. 1 (context informal English) (abbreviation of recreation English) 2 (context informal English) A recommendation or suggestion. 3 (context informal English) A recreation ground. vb. (context informal English) To recommend something such as a book, movie, product etc.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1929 as a shortening of recreation.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Usage examples of "rec".
She made sure that her stowage compartments were unlocked, and then moved quickly through the ship, past crew who were coming to the rec area, and made her own check of locks as quickly as she could.
He skedaddled from the rec area, and the boarding party wants him back.
These stuffed the little galley and its storage, and filled half the rec area as well.
Probably Erin thought she was at the rec center, and the center thought she was downtown at the office.
This was one of the days she worked at the rec center, and she was better off going through her caseload than hanging around the house, brooding.
In about a half hour, the evening staff would be taking over the rec center.
There she found not the calm she expected, but chaos and dissension, a knot of obviously scared and angry people yelling in the rec area.
Inside the ship, she took him to the rec area and settled him at a table.
She woke after what seemed only a moment, on the dining table in the rec area, feeling sick and disoriented.
That compartment division had a window into the passage beyond, with a partial view of the rec space.
The figure in the rec area was Rafehelmet fastened, eyes closed, but she could see the movement of his breathing.
I was planning to lounge out in the rec hall tonight, maybe play a couple of games of Ping-Pong, and watch some tube on the wide-screen TV.
Sir, do you remember the petition we gave you last year along with the plan for our new rec hall?
The sooner we get the assembly started, the sooner we can get to the bottom of this football business and start figuring out a way to get our rec hall back.
Wilbur handed Bruno his rec hall drawing just as Myron Blankenship broke through the crowd.