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"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

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03:17 min | Last month

"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

"Noble dot com or iBooks. Russia continues to accuse Ukraine of targeting those nuclear power plant. Russian defense ministry spokesman Igor kunos kov says the plant was shelled three times over the past day. Added that 17 ordinance were fired at the plant in total with four hitting a block where a 168 packages of American Westinghouse nuclear fool are stored korosko said a U.S. made M 777 how it was destroyed by Russian artillery a return fire, I'm zaria shaklee. A health authority has warned us thinking piles of garbage on the streets of Edinburgh are threatening the health and safety of the public as strikes by garbage collectors in the Scottish capital moved into their 9th day. The warning from public health Scotland came as garbage collectors in newham a borough of London also walked out for a week over a paid dispute. Images of food waste and diapers rotting on the streets is just adding to the scenes of chaos in the UK as industrial disputes multiply amid soaring food and energy costs pay those in the UK were born last week to stay away from dozens of beaches as heavy rain flushed raw sewage into rivers and seas. Britain is facing a massive cost of living crisis with wage increases failing to keep up with inflation. London. In this week's religion roundup, Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. The Vatican's Russia Ukraine diplomacy suffered two setbacks this week when the head of the Russian Orthodox Church canceled a plan meeting with Pope Francis, and Ukraine complained about Francis latest comments about the war. Ukraine officials criticized the Pope's remarks about the car bomb death of a nationalist Russian TV commentator and daughter of a right-wing political theorist. A director who made his name with Gritty exploitation films of the 1980s and 90s is paying homage to one of Italy's best known and most revered saints in his newest movie, padre pio. No man can be truly free and happy. If not in the respect of all humanity, leave my land now. The drama by Abel Ferrara stars Shia LaBeouf as the mystic capuchin monk during a historic moment after World War I, Ferrara credits sobriety with his new direction in filmmaking. So once we kick the drugs and the alcohol, you know, you started seeing a different way of living, you know, in different life. Padre pio was canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul the second going on to become one of the Catholic Church's most popular saints. The film premieres at the Venice Film Festival next week. What's up? Another film takes a satirical look at a scandal ridden mega church, offering both comedy and commentary. Honk if you love Jesus, save your soul, follows a pastor and his wife as they attempt to rebuild their congregation after a scandal hits their megachurch. We need you back in

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

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02:38 min | Last month

"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

". Price and participation may vary can not be combined with any other offer. Targeting there's a Parisian nuclear power plant. Russian defense ministry spokesman Igor kunos kov says the plant was shelled three times over the past day. Added that 17 ordinance were fired at the plant in total with four hitting a block where a 168 packages of American Westinghouse nuclear fool are stored. Said a U.S. made M 777 how it was destroyed by Russian artillery return fire, I'm zaria shaklee. A health authority has warned us thinking piles of garbage on the streets of Edinburgh are threatening the health and safety of the public as strikes by garbage collectors in the Scottish capital moved into their 9th day. The warning from public health Scotland came as garbage collectors in newham a borough of London also walked out for a week over a pay dispute. Images of food waste and diapers rotting on the streets is just adding to the scenes of chaos in the UK as industrial disputes multiply amid soaring food and energy costs pay those in the UK were born last week to stay away from dozens of beaches as heavy rain flushed raw sewage into rivers and seas. Britain is facing a massive cost of living crisis with wage increases failing to keep up with inflation. And this week's religion roundup, Pope Francis suffers setbacks and his Ukraine diplomacy and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. The Vatican's Russia Ukraine diplomacy suffered two setbacks this week. When the head of the Russian Orthodox Church canceled a plan meeting with Pope Francis and Ukraine complained about Francis latest comments about the war. Ukraine officials criticized the Pope's remarks about the car bomb death of a nationalist Russian TV commentator and daughter of a right-wing political theorist. A director who made his name with Gritty exploitation films of the 1980s and 90s is paying homage to one of Italy's best known and most revered saints in his newest movie, padre pio. Can be truly free and happy. If not in the respect of all humanity, leave my land now. The drama by Abel Ferrara stars Shia LaBeouf as the mystic capuchin monk during a historic moment after World War I, Ferrara credits sobriety with his new direction in filmmaking. So once we kick the drugs in the alcohol, you

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

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01:45 min | Last month

"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

"Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. The Vatican's Russia Ukraine diplomacy suffered two setbacks this week when the head of the Russian Orthodox Church canceled a plan meeting with Pope Francis, and Ukraine complained about Francis latest comments about the war. Ukraine officials criticized the Pope's remarks about the car bomb death of a nationalist Russian TV commentator and daughter of a right-wing political theorist. A director who made his name with Gritty exploitation films of the 1980s and 90s is paying homage to one of Italy's best known and most revered saints in his newest movie, padre pio. No man can be truly free and happy. If not in the respect of all humanity, leave my land now. The drama by Abel Ferrara stars Shia LaBeouf as the mystic capuchin monk during a historic moment after World War I, Ferrara credits sobriety with his new direction in filmmaking. So once we kick the drugs and the alcohol, you know, you started seeing a different way of living, you know, a different life. Padre pio was canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul the second going on to be kind of one of the Catholic Church's most popular saints. The film premieres at the Venice Film Festival next week. What's up? Another film takes a satirical look at a scandal ridden mega church, offering both comedy and commentary. Honk if you love Jesus, save your soul, follows a pastor and his wife, as they attempt to rebuild their congregation after a scandal hits their megachurch. We need you back in

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

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05:59 min | Last month

"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

"Money? Could you use some guidance and support? If so, that's exactly what navy federal credit union is here for. Navy federal is insured by NC UA. I'm Julie Walker was an AP news minute. Moderna is suing Pfizer and its COVID vaccine partner BioNTech accusing its competitors of copying their mRNA technology. The company has filed patent infringement lawsuits, but is not seeking to remove the vaccine from the market while the pandemic continues. Pfizer says its vaccine was developed on proprietary technology and will defend the suit, the mRNA vaccines work by injecting a genetic code for the spike protein that coats the surface of the coronavirus, that code the mRNA is encased in a little ball of fat and instructs the body's cells to make some harmless spike copies that train the immune system to recognize the real virus. Meanwhile, Pfizer and BioNTech have asked European Union drug regulators to authorize their updated coronavirus booster that includes the most recent omicron sub variants. It's a combination COVID vaccine that targets the original virus NBA four NBA 5, which are now causing the vast majority of infections globally, back here in the U.S., the New Mexico Supreme Court is upholding a lower court decision dismissing a lawsuit by prison inmates in 2020, trying to get released because of the pandemic. They claimed the state's COVID response in prison violated their constitutional rights, and the federal government is suspending 26 flights by Chinese airlines flying from the U.S. to China in a dispute over anti virus controls after Beijing suspended flights by American carriers. The Department of Transportation says China violated an agreement and treated airlines unfairly under a system that requires them to suspend flights if passengers test positive for COVID. Julie Walker, AP news, a car once owned by Princess Diana sells at auction for just under $764,000, and you may not believe what it is. 550,000 pounds on the four escort I've never said that before. In the end, Silverstone auctions, Jonathan humbert sold Princess Diana's 1985 black Ford escort RS turbo S one with just under 25,000 miles on it. For just under $764,000, a buyer from a village in Cheshire or England won the auction. Silverstone said Princess Diana used a fleet of luxury vehicles for official engagements, but preferred to drive the Ford escort for personal errands. Next week marks 25 years since Diana, along with her boyfriend, dodi Al fayed, were killed when the limousine they were in crashed in a Paris tunnel as it sped away from paparazzi. I'm Julie Walker. Russia continues to accuse Ukraine of targeting those uprising nuclear power plant. Russian defense ministry spokesman Igor kunos kov says the plant was shelled three times over the past day. Added that 17 ordinance were fired at the plant in total with four hitting a block where a 116 packages of American Westinghouse nuclear fool are stored said a U.S. made M 777 how it was destroyed by Russian artillery return fire, I'm zaria shaklee. A health authority has warned us thinking piles of garbage on the streets of Edinburgh are threatening the health and safety of the public as strikes by garbage collectors in the Scottish capital moved into their 9th day. The warning from public health Scotland came as garbage collectors in newham a borough of London also walked out for a week over a paid dispute. Images of food waste and diapers rotting on the streets is just adding to the scenes of chaos in the UK as industrial disputes multiply amidst soaring food and energy costs pay those in the UK were born last week to stay away from dozens of beaches as heavy rain flushed raw sewage into rivers and seas. Britain is facing a massive cost of living crisis with wage increases failing to keep up with inflation. This message is for my military family. My name is sergeant Noah Galloway, and I've recently partnered with navy federal credit union. The world's largest not for profit credit union. If there's one thing I've learned over the years, it's how important it is to have a healthy relationship with money and have a financial institution who you're comfortable asking for help and receiving guidance from. How's your relationship with money? Could you use some guidance and support if so, that's exactly what navy federal credit union is here for. Navy federal is insured by NC UA. And this week's religion roundup, Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy and two movies offer views of saints and sinners and drama and satire. The Vatican's Russia Ukraine diplomacy suffered two setbacks this week. 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"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | Last month

"abel ferrara" Discussed on AP News

" In this week's religion roundup, Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. The Vatican's Russia Ukraine diplomacy suffered two setbacks this week when the head of the Russian Orthodox Church canceled a plan meeting with Pope Francis and Ukraine complained about Francis latest comments about the war. Ukraine officials criticized the Pope's remarks about the car bomb death of a nationalist Russian TV commentator and daughter of a right-wing political theorist. A director who made his name with Gritty exploitation films of the 1980s and 90s is paying homage to one of Italy's best known and most revered saints in his newest movie, padre pio. Can be truly free and happy. If not in the respect of all humanity. Leave my land. No. The drama by Abel Ferrara stars Shia LaBeouf as the mystic capuchin monk during a historic moment after World War I, Ferrara credits sobriety with his new direction in filmmaking. So once we kick the drugs in the alcohol, you know, you started seeing a different way of living, you know, in different life. Padre pio was canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul the second going on to become one of the Catholic Church's most popular saints. The film premieres at the Venice Film Festival next week. Another film takes a satirical look at a scandal ridden mega church, offering both comedy and commentary. Honk if you love Jesus, save your soul, follows a pastor and his wife as they attempt to rebuild their congregation after his scandal hits their megachurch. We need you back in that pulpit. So you can get me back on that stage. Regina Taylor, who stars in the film, says it explores some relevant themes. I think it's just that that time in our society where people are open to the church evolving some of the things that it has believed before. Honk if you love Jesus, reaches theaters and the peacock streaming service on September 2nd. I'm Walter ratliff

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Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy, and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. Walter Ratliff has this week's Religion Roundup

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02:11 min | Last month

Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy, and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire. Walter Ratliff has this week's Religion Roundup

"In this week's religion roundup Pope Francis suffers setbacks in his Ukraine diplomacy and two movies offer views of saints and sinners in drama and satire The Vatican's Russia Ukraine diplomacy suffered two setbacks this week when the head of the Russian Orthodox Church canceled a plan meeting with Pope Francis and Ukraine complained about Francis latest comments about the war Ukraine officials criticized the Pope's remarks about the car bomb death of a nationalist Russian TV commentator and daughter of a right-wing political theorist A director who made his name with Gritty exploitation films of the 1980s and 90s is paying homage to one of Italy's best known and most revered saints in his newest movie padre pio Can be truly free and happy If not in the respect of all humanity Leave my land No The drama by Abel Ferrara stars Shia LaBeouf as the mystic capuchin monk during a historic moment after World War I Ferrara credits sobriety with his new direction in filmmaking So once we kick the drugs in the alcohol you know you started seeing a different way of living you know in different life Padre pio was canonized in 2002 by Pope John Paul the second going on to become one of the Catholic Church's most popular saints The film premieres at the Venice Film Festival next week Another film takes a satirical look at a scandal ridden mega church offering both comedy and commentary Honk if you love Jesus save your soul follows a pastor and his wife as they attempt to rebuild their congregation after his scandal hits their megachurch We need you back in that pulpit So you can get me back on that stage Regina Taylor who stars in the film says it explores some relevant themes I think it's just that that time in our society where people are open to the church evolving some of the things that it has believed before Honk if you love Jesus reaches theaters and the peacock streaming service on September 2nd I'm Walter ratliff

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Entertainment for two months. So the only way to see the film is on the big screen. And I'm really happy about that. It shows that they cherish the theatrical experience too. And it elevates the film in many ways. You know, it elevates the importance of the film to have the way that you put it out there and present it to the world. And it's, yeah, I could talk about this for a lot. I know. I kind of wanted to talk to you about it, but I also want to ask you a couple of other things. Specifically, you've made primarily films with smaller budgets, very independent productions. Does your scale for success change now because of the climate in the business? Are you going to be closely following the box office performance of a movie like this? I'm very closely following the performance of, say, the first pizza. Yeah, I've even heard PTA say it seems like we have to make films bigger now. You know, we have to make films bigger because I don't think people will pay for mumblecore anymore in the feeder when you know they can see it on their four K monitors at home. So, you know, there is yeah, there's that pressure of perhaps adapting to our new climate. But then there's also the pushback that I feel I'm like pushing back. I'm like, I want to see, you know, these, I want to see films that are that medium budget level made for adults with adult themes. We don't see this stuff as much anymore. And I would certainly support it. And I know there are other people who would support it in theaters. We're just dealing with a pandemic now. You know, that's the big, that's the big monkey wrench, the pandemic. And I'm hoping that we're all hoping, obviously, that the things are over quickly. And but I'm hopeful. I am hopeful that there are the cinephiles who will continue to support the type of films that I make. Yeah. I've noticed that when you're logging a film you'll often identify how you watched it. And a lot of times it will be on a Blu-ray from arrow or something like that. But I also feel like a lot of people must have seen tangerine on Netflix. There must be this extraordinary amount of exposure from these other services. Do you have any anxiety about the kind of the way that people find your work or work like this? No, no. If they find that they find it and however, I know that some people discovered, I think Abel Ferrara talked about how he discovered 2001 for the first time on VHS. I get it. I totally get that it can have the same impact. I guess I don't want to abandon the old.

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Look out for gerard depardieu book the fuck out going places which giant was remaking now younger depardieu and that's the thing is they never even got to be. My young are defunct. You as always old derive looking like a fifty year old draw fucking drinking wine taking a piss on an air floor. Welcome to new york. Like oh my gosh is of fucking tanker do holding oil. That is horror movie. Dat abel ferrara's movie. Oh my god that is dominant stress yet dude. He's a fucking monster. he's in. Great consternation about that. Dominic strauss kahn versus tarantula. Fi network hits today so we open. We intercut with the museums during we go to the stock exchange floor and boyer we saying something right here on weei. It's like the jungle. Sounds and then we dissolve into the trading floor of the stock market. Go jungle two jungle man. Oh yeah dude fucking thinking on its feet this movie and it's martin it's martin short. Who's in this movie for a reason or two. And here's a quick question about martin short in this movie because one i think he's kind of the best part of this move as one short because he's martin short exact. It's the same reason why he just put this together. He's the fucking best part of that. Santa claus three the last tim allen movie. We touched best part of a lot of crap that he's an. Here's my question though. Why the fuck does he have red hair in this movie ticket. Maybe for another move in kindergarten. Cop why does arnold have red hair. That's another good question. I don't get into just the fashion. It's got gotten but this martin short haired demand it looks like an old woman. Yes it's just that bad like you were going for red but it's kind of like blue. Purple is a phase. I think like some actors were like well. I gotta play a character with a different hair color to make a different. Why the hell's bruce willis dyed blonde for the jackal. It's called himself. Oh oh martin short trying to hide in this movie while it's higher nobody fucking saw. Actually what was the deal with. This movie was a success box. I think it did okay. I don't think tim allen. We're post santa claus because he's a sensation at this did quite a lot of business. I didn't even near that. There would have been a sequel if it did. I think but jungle three jungle. That's that's a question john. Isn't that like what the dog movie is. That's a fucking craigslist advertisement by the way jungle per jungle. Not even what it means. It's like furry and lyon suits just fucking swampy and they're like. I'm sorry chris kevin will resign. I mean isn't that what like fucking hit. The shaggy dog remake. Joe somebody they were. They were all these attempts to get back to whatever the fuck consent. What i mean to say. Christmas was a christmas movie at christmas. Yeah yup you're totally right. What are you saying that we weren't allowed to say christmas back in the nineties saying that the reason that movie was hyper successful because it was a live action. Santa movie starring that guy from the tool time show. Yeah and and you know people out. There called the tool time by the way yes i know is called home improvement but you better believe on more the one occasion i was like oh there are dozens of guys in ohio who still see like last man standing and things and say oh man tim. Taylor is great him. I thought i heard him. Because tim allen's also on the stock exchange for right here in this movie. We're not talking about and at some point in this discussion. He sells something i could. Horny said no no. No he buys coffee. I thought he said cell binford. Anybody else your binford. I thought we were making a home. Improvement joke there now. I hope so. I mean they do one home improvement. Drop oh by the way just in from the internet ticket. This thing cost thirty. Two mil on estimate gross At the end of the day for the united states was almost sixty million dollars. So yeah you made your money. Yeah critical failure all yes. People hated it. Gene siskel said it was an embarrassment. Roger ebert gave this one one star but gave the original knows stars yet because he said like what was it. The first one was like so bad it was like fascinating and this one was just mediocre. So no this one was the higher rated. Yeah i know that's what he gave it one star because it was just mediocre was that one was just a bottom up forgettable. It's a really good review if you get to watch if you to read it because it he says like i went to see and they didn't have the last real of the movie the only interesting thing about my experience their dresden and it was awful bed. The last realist. Sid the audience. I can't let me tell ya. I cannot even fucking imagine being the projectionist when raj was in the building. You gotta do then it was fucking happens. You gotta be like okay guys get together. We're putting on a show. Last all together i had a manager at the multiplex we would later go on to work. Four read the ending of the film assassin. He gave the option for people to leave the theater. And get the refund or he would tell you the end of the movie and then you'd get the refund and i was like. Oh i want to see these old man read from art. So yeah What happens is tim. Allen buys a bunch of stock for his company of coffee about the shares of coffee martin short..

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I remember realizing that anytime. There was like When it was all the china white in the late eighties that when it was around if people start dropping dead all the other junkies are they getting well. That's true and there was a joke in new jersey. When i was there. Were you know junkies would watch the evening news to see because it would say you know today in whatever county or four overdoses and then the next morning everybody would there be there for the morning shift to pick up that it's crazy so it's free advertising you like you know you really saw you really in the shit and saw that stuff kind of it must've like whatever you had to process once you got hold of sobriety. Must've been heavy. yeah. I think so but Where they cost friends. Many of them are just people that you knew in the lab. I know i've known a few close friends But the people i saw were not just running buddies. That you know yeah. Yeah yeah yeah people you saw at the place where yeah you know that guy you know he and i ran around for like three weeks together right and then you know Wow man so did you ever meet larry clark. No i never did now. He's still alive but i talked to him. I'd listened to that. Yeah yeah as hard to hard to wrangle. That one guy i was i was there with you. I was very excited for that when it was a tough one to keep bounds but But i'm a. I'm a huge fan man. I'd love to interesting guys who have there. There's so much hustle to them. Yeah yeah so. I got the real story. Then he got the hustle. Got the hustle that they're pulling on you right right you know. He's a pro man. I mean that's like you know he's the real deal you know This life that we're talking about and you know and he's been around a long time. I was actually the day looking There's a few photos of from tulsa for sale. And i you know. I mean he must have done editions of that. Yeah yeah i think. I've got a reprint of the book. Yeah i just bought a first edition you but you know i wanted to buy. My buddy has one of the original prints and And i want one How much they go for twenty twenty. It seems reasonable to make sure you know Yeah and so was really thinking about it. I don't know. I gotta get you know good paying gig and all by myself but yeah man you gotta you gotta go meet larry to y'all know where he's he's in europe or something. I have no idea those guys again. They're they're they're always taken care of by a strange contingent of of money you know and weirdness. Yeah they're like always i can. I don't know how they get around the world so buchatsky you know always carrying the it's it's true it's true you know. Near of he'd go to europe they be celebrated right. Yeah right here Same with like abel ferrara sale. Really yeah yeah. He's over in rome right now. They have these patrons. It seems like someone takes. I wonder institutions or individuals. Or how it works. You know man. I i i wish i knew. Yeah me might be one of those guys you might find out just like you found out about the drugs game. How one lives.

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Gets you access to any new issue. We publish and of course our archive as well. We currently go back to about issue. Twenty eight or so and we're adding new issues to the archive as we get a chance in between publishing new content and speaking of new content issue forty three is our current issue. It's our oscar issue. And of course the oscars are a bit in the rear view mirror but we are still continuing to add new articles to the issue. We recently added an interview with the in the heights screenwriter. And of course the creative team behind pixar luca so we are able to as a digital magazine to drop in new articles. And it's something that we love doing and just another reason to subscribe to backstory. Look it would really mean a lot to me tab. My podcast listeners. And my youtube watchers consider becoming subscribers to my passion project so thanks for considering the qna jeff goldsmith copyright of unlikely films inc in twenty twenty one all rights reserved and folks. If you ever want to get in touch feel free to drop me. A line at backstory letters a gmail.com. I checked that email every now. And then and i might be a little slow to respond so you just write your email. I will get back to promise. You could also of course by me on social media both on instagram and twitter as yoga smith. Yogurt smith is on both those platforms. I also run the backstory magazine. Instagram and twitter of backstory underscore mag. So feel free to find me there you. I also have a facebook fan page for jeff goldsmith. I don't check it as often. i apologize. I'll try and get a little better about that but nonetheless i'm happy to answer what questions you may have. I'm jeff goldsmith. The publisher of backstory magazine and the host of the qna thanking you for tuning in. And telling you to stay out of trouble till next week..

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Death camp is ultimate sin. and how does one deal with sin. And then you get the other side of the coin able dealt with years ago in awe well In the bad lieutenant which is forgiveness in oak. Ken therapy forgiveness. In the face of certain sin. And this is what i was referring to early on. There's so many elements in this movie. And i find it so satisfying that there. Are you know we're not to sit down and talk about just. The story doesn't do justice to you. Know siberia again. It's not the combination because you know we're going to move on and do other things but it certainly is. You know right now the audio system so much that has concerned us certainly concerned able again. You know the bed lieutenants. Brilliant analysis sin and forgiveness and in siberia. It's just touched on. He goes by it there. There's not a commentary on it. He doesn't do something that enlightens the audience asked to. How resolves the there is no solution and it's not even a resolution passes it sir. I mean and then you return to it later and it's basically a bullied. Did you know everyone's kicking the box that he's end. So i mean it's it's interesting to have that revisitation later. Able you're shooting this all over the world working with different crews in different countries. What was what was your biggest lesson for for adapting like that because going country country it's just rare to see You know especially for a film that's considered to be independent got. I got great new respectful. Dwight eisenhower won. He's by new. Here how he you know You know you got you know the language saying you got you got except you know working in italy but the italian and we got the german got the spanish english my english. So you know. We're juggling five balls year but resigned about language. You know you know working with talented people you know and whenever we get you know almost kind of thing is we were that group. We got to germany. And now we got an you know got got a shot up adrenaline. You know from the people there surgeon. I mean we put a lot of our own guys and then we got news guys and then you know when we sorta wearing down we go to mexico and we got another jolt crazy energy and you know crews always come on. You can tell you know you know come in with our rep. You know just avid william. Now you know is like making a statement that you know we're not playing fucking gangs you know and and and the guys were you know rise to the occasion so it's like it's It's all good man so it was a beautiful looking film. Going from from country to country really looked awesome You know editing the last stage of storytelling. I'm curious what changed about your movie in the editing room and if there any deleted scenes you wanna tell us about you know. It wasn't a long scream. Rip was deleted. You gotta make the scenes come to light you know some real great editors these guy gonna leo stepped opted when he needed to on many scenes that you had to cut that you still miss to cut for time or or clarity or something like that. No big cuts. Who would final cut so make so. Don't have you know it's not a matter of time. I don't think there's anything. I don't remember anything. Maybe i don't remember chris. Them shooting suited no i. I don't recall that anything's okay Yeah i mean. It's not a lot of scenes in the movie. You know what i'm saying. I mean maybe approaches to somebody seems you know i mean we use them in a different way or you know like we had a couple of some kind of you know especially when we're in studio germany. We could you know when you're on top of the mountain. It's.

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Up in mexico. We actually went to la to fight the bear so we need time and money know to do. It took new. I pulled together but we did it. I guess chris. I would ask between those those periods when there was like breaks when you're going from country to country was there any retooling needed on the script. Was there something to kind of you learned. And we're going to get into spoilers in just a second. So i'm i'm just curious where you continuing to write was evolving as you're shooting. No actually. we've ever done that. So you know. I've never more than a i dress of as Whether it's neuro sel tyler. Welcome to new york. But then just doesn't even a debbie. New delhi's won't shoot now. You see where. We're sure you know what i'm saying. So we bus it. Yes but as far as rewrite s- i recall we ever did writes. Am i correct able yet. It's like it's a little too late. I mean you know when you train station. Well yeah yeah right turn you take that training from the top out to get a and then you know. Finish their fucking jet in the middle of nowhere you know next considering in another four hour. I'm not you know by you. Be right now. The place of our discussions over daly's is it what it meant. You know what that scene really was about you. I think we're gonna. It would be impossible to continue without talking spoilers. So although this man yeah. This is kind of spoiler kind. Although this was first seen by people in a virtual screening who had just walked for all of our podcast listeners who have not yet seen siberia press pause. Right here go see you see. Go see it and then come back as the rest of the movie theaters on so yes no seat at home. She didn't movie comeback. And then it gives loud lightning upright. Get on fucking who. We're going to get into the spoilers right now. So so you've been warned folks that haven't seen the movie but so for both of you redemption. It's a thematic that you return to allot in your work And i'm just curious. You know that seems to be to an extent with clink with clint seeks in siberia and. I'm just curious how you guys kind of handled redemption here because it was such a different way of storytelling that. There's there's only you know. Minor victories for clint. Rather than you know. A big redemptive moment so tell us about kind of handling redemption in siberia. Well that's what i was referring to talk about the evolution of ours thinking he may be looking for redemption and he may not He may find it and he may not a. It's almost the idea that i seek salvation. Because i now i will always be denied. It and that was the philosophical premise in siberia behind any specific subject like let's say redemption is not a movie about a guy who goes out looking for himself and finds itself you know he may have found something he may not have saw something And that than kind of borders on what we were referring to before talk about the ultimate nature of reality ba- linguistic games. You know he's around people that don't even speak this language the point being. That's not important because we're all in the prison house of wine and language can only get so far you know. That's why when he talks than magician. He says i hear you know you know the black arts. What is it talking to talk about matching what magic. We'll magic is really the unknowable. How does one know the unknowable. And that's one of the premises that you know able and i were talking about when we're talking about making a film like siberia you know. How do you pick the incomprehensible one of the things that you both captured. So well was the dream state which is very difficult to capture onscreen. And you know we have different periods in a man's life coming back and forth which makes it you know fascinating to watch and it's not an easy thing to do. So what were the challenges of both writing the dream state but also able capturing it on film. I think the opposite i mean film itself is like so conducive to dreams. You're almost you know walking in the movie theatre shutting licensing in or even locking into computer. You're putting yourself and kind of half dream place anyway. See that's what we're referring to when we're talking about well okay. Let's take the dream and how important agreements were in. The in. The film are those dreams. Are they really re-creations. What actually happened in this man's life are they things that he misconstrued. I mean what is a memory you hook memory up and the question. How suspect memory is with how suspect the validity of a dream in terms of thing representing and events. Miss what able refers to even making a film is a dream and then finally what is this guy's consciousness. He's isolating along a lot of reviewers have picked up on that in a big way. Okay but we're all isolated along if we're going to say that our consciousness is part of the space time continuum and that we're creating our own reality. So is this man creating a reality even in his dream. You know as that's an intriguing point and that's why there's so much ambiguity in i i i welcome the ambiguity. We don't see enough of it you know..

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"I did three because psychiatrist. Obviously i did three therapy sessions with will dealing with this film and then we would send them to able and that he would kind of incorporate them into his thoughts and his processes. So if you're looking at us in terms of outlines now we don't we don't do outlines immovable for a all right something you'll have a reaction to it. He'll ride something. I'll speak on it and it's really viewing things in a very collaborative way but in a shared vision. I mean that's the best way. I can say it but with siberia. I think we've moved into new territory. There's the story which is compelling and that story's based on somethings that are autobiographical from willem from able from me and then there's the largest slurp with this whole also the whole issue of you know what is reality. You know we have We founded this three or four years ago. We have want them. Physicists now saying that consciousness really creates reality h. and much of that was in siberia. It's interesting that you say that. It started with therapy session. I knew that will was had a fear of dogs. And you put them on literally. Dog sled in this movie around a bunch of dogs was that something that came out of the sessions. Now we really weren't talking about things that weird it was you know wide ranging topics that in some way would impact how we viewed the formulation of this full able when you sit down as a screenwriter. Do you give yourself a page out to hit each day or do you want to write for a certain amount of hours. I about me. Like i'm not really writer. You know what i mean. So it's like it's like. If i get something down on paper that i could show crucible him you know it's like a miracle to me you know what i mean. He's be able to. He's being modest if you look at four forty four tomasso. It's very very modest guy. He's a very good writer. But that's because he has a vision when we were at moment during the retrospective for abel's work. Someone asked him if he do new. Rose hotel the same way and the answer really is no obviously not because sought processes in view of the world wants personal philosophy changes and evolves and siberia's kind of the evolution for me going back to let's say the blackout neurosis towel. Welcome to new york you know. It's it's really tough to get anything fun to these days and i. I was not aware at the time that you guys were doing kickstarter to get siberia going you wound up raising eighteen thousand seven hundred twenty five dollars for all your kid house goal would. We're the three thousand. Five hundred comes on so i mean that was what that was. What the kickstarter numbers said. Well you know these guys got me. Hooked up me. You know to me the concept brilliant you know the people who actually gonna seep gnomes is side which films they wanna. You know what i mean so you buy your ticket advance this way you could. Kinda custom fit the movie. You're to see so to sounded like a brilliant model to me. Okay everybody's telling me it ain't gonna work you know but the thing is just do it and who cares you know. Only i went went into so we We won't you. Can you know. I all the other thing is it was such a nebulous concept. You know you almost got to do it just to figure out what the fuck it is. You know when you start explaining it anyway so we went to Can with with the thing and some kickstarter role fucking psyched up. And you know. I'm like fucking you know. Frontman preaching this light of the gospel and then would the night. We started the first five minutes. We got ten thousand bucks. One guy laid out ten g well in the first five minute. Isis mother fucker. Where's has been my whole life. You know this is like candy from a baby. You know what i'm saying. And i was well anyway like you say six years later we now have eighteen thousand which wouldn't have paid that never mind. Yeah great consulates but you know we. We always get the finance team base financing. Get three different. You know i'm in europe. So it's a socialistic. Deal you know gotten about now. I've been working say twenty years on off here in america. Who would ever go to government for money. I mean i keep the call up obama or a you know asking. Hey chump ask you know but in europe that's how they financed movies. You know because there's supporting work because the supporting the people you know. The people work for socialist country. So we did it with. Italy and germany is a partner in mexico. was he finally countries together. What was the plenty i. you know. i'm not you know okay. You know promised lawyers in the allegations that keep on. Keep my mouth shut. We have the money we needed and we had You know we have the money to do something as you know as ambitious bring in a bunch of people you know up at the top of fucking mountain in italy and then you know we use a lot of that you know The interior the interiors. We wanted to build because we didn't want really based on actual places but we wanted to use the whole distortion trips over in the studio in munich and then we went to mexico to the desert storm. How many how many how many days was the shoot. How how long And probably shut twenty twenty five twenty six long Because like bella tenant we showed say fifteen days. You know tomasa in twelve days so this maybe but it wasn't like twenty-five straight shot. There chilled out. We got together went.

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Give this guy a chance and give this fucking this whole thing. You can't just toss this you know after put it wasn't only it was assured scrimp you know we had the big type to try to make. It seem longer get saying it was like reading the night short could folk him locked in but actually locked into the students once seen a zoe wrote. You know we almost shoot me. Was like zoe wrote this bucket long long. Seen in the confessional. When the the the none was Confessing sin anyway so harvey like locked into that. So as you're as you're rewriting during productions that what was going on there was. There was literal rewrites during production. Because i'm curious what that was like for you as a director. That's not an easy way to shoot now. I mean it's not a matter. We may not need. The scenes will air at harvey's gonna plant. You know. walk in was gonna play that up to like the very end. I mean walking was gonna play the battle tenant. All the rehearsals will with chris so that was a whole other movie. 'cause chris take on saint scenes. Were like some kind of musical comedy next to would harvey's then about two weeks before the film was sitting in sitting at the chateau mohmand with interest. Chris walks in just said zone. Steady says you know. I know exactly what able wants. And i can't give it to him. Thank you so splits k. K. knee with the director fee. Already stent. and you know no movie star. What it's for the best. I tell really made it his. I just wanna know because you know. We've we've run into so many bad cops since that movie and it's always resonated with people as the car scene when he pulls over the two girls and you know the the screen i was at some people got up and walked out because they literally couldn't believe it was happening on scene. I'm curious what it was like filming that going through that kind of scene with tell because you know it was. It was shocking when it came out. I think it's still shocking today. I mean he's doing his thing. You know what i'm saying. It's like you show actually that night were out there in the rain and I hate these hollywood films where it's raining. But none of the actors get what right but harvey one at all if you wanna get wet. And i'm like oh fuck man. Excuse can be one of you. See and i mean like you know. He's got an shell setup and you know and know we didn't have plagued. This was like a street movie but we have played back enough right so we have two cameras jammed in there. There's classical spring like mother focus like the meat market before the meat market. And i'll be just roll suit fucking thing. I can't even see what he's doing. You know what i'm saying. They're going to be getting a shot. You don't wanna be in a reflection. There's no fucking you know. There's no would they have now video tents. Look you know twenty. Everybody's got a fucking you know. See what's going out real dice you know and usually we do one taken that would be it you know and but then we did take and and you know it's always like an blackout where we work with south yet the same thing like the one take like each slated. Then it's tom Let's listen. I was great. Manley was great concern. Let's try it again. Why you know behind excite always. Have i always be prepared for. Why like maybe the doom breaks. Maybe get scratching. The you know what i mean you know. Give some technically y but almost in the same so we did the one you know it was pretty much. Take but i'm figuring. I'm not seeing that clear. You did not really know what's going on. Dp is like he was expecting something else that they can get girls out of the car and the whole deal. But then victor walks up victor argo. You know same victorio. Great victor argo eighty was late. You know and harvey goes with the book man. I just did the puck and see you know and you late you know and then i say he says let's do another one for picture not almost film just like for the fucking performance of it right. I'm thinking thank god. Let's get this. You know i mean you know sit up also like that guy does a ten minute take than everybody goes home tonight. It's like crazy but anyway so then we put victor up with put him up in a chair sue. What's going on now. We like set up the cameras for different angles. Harvey know. did it again. So it's definitely a scene that is is iconic to the film. It's a wild performance again. I could talk more about it. I'm going to move on for second. Chris you weren't they babysitter so stupid in real life. I wanna get into today chris. No one's been able to observe abel's creative habit like you have so up close and personal. What are what are some of the interesting creative habits you've noticed about over the years both as a writer and a director that you found interesting or inspiring or even quirky. He has a grasp of universal wishes. That takes baseball's on philisophical level and also on a human level. So i believe that his you know his vision of things encompasses both and i think that's very important. Because they're very few people never mind directors that can actually do that for instance with the blackout has take on mattie. I mean you know there were so many things going on under the surface and that's how we really connect the talk about that character and the same thing with the willem in new rose hotel Christopher walken new rose hotel able as a great deal of empathy for the human condition but he also delves into and six about and this is why i think siberia zone or there's so many universal issue somebody philosophical issues. That really are the backstory or the subtext of siberia. You know able love want they said to me. Look i wanna do this movie a originally you know. He was motivated or inspired by jones. Read books you're talking about. Carl jung's personal diary which which has been translated into the read books and study of dream on something but actually able with seeing passed. What young was looking at in siberia against so many issues about our vista molecules biscuit logical and even more you know how we view reality. I mean there's a story and then there's all of that and you know able sees these things. And as i said when we were first conversing about it you know it resumes with a lot of the things that i believe and so he doesn't have to take me aside and explain to me what he's trying to do you know i get let's talk about your creative processes writers from moment when you sit down to write how important is outlining to your process and we could start talking about applying this to siberia. Did you do you start with an outline for siberia not really we. We start with a shared vision now. If you want to tell to demonstrate how quirky we are. I did three because psychiatrist. Obviously i did three therapy sessions with will dealing with this.

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"DOCUDRAMA explores the different aspects, theories, facts, contradictions, and speculations of what may have happened in Hell town nineteen, seventy, four in nineteen, seventy, four excuse me when President Ford ordered the evacuation of Boston Ohio theories as to why include the military cover up of a possible mutated mutation causing chemical spill and Boston being over by Satanic. Cult. It also includes reenactments, interviews and some good found footage well, not really because it's fake fun fact, the actual event was real Boston Ohio was an area that existed and was evacuated in nineteen, seventy four for real Z's. The official version is that there was a in America at the time I. Guess we were really nervous about are disappearing forest in greenery areas, and so for did actually sign a bill that allowed. The National Park Service, what up Leslie Nope. To use eminent domain and Beasley go in. It was a very small rural town and they ended up evacuating it and then turning it into a national state park, which it still is today the fun thing. For us, it would be fun. Is that the folks that did live there boarded up their houses and just like left everything there. So people latour would go there to like. This is the true story. Curious tourists go there to like check out the abandoned buildings and there became this like ghost myth. About, town people started saying that they thought they saw upside down crosses and the chapel they were really just support beams like stuff like that. So I guess my point is unlike its claims they claim in this movie, there is no one to go as far as I know in real life that haunts what is now no longer Boston Ohio. But it was okay. Sure. Having said all of that. I think that a if I didn't watch this with commercial breaks, I might have liked it better be the actors in it. There are no real. They claim there's like citizens and experts, and there's a it's this whole thing is supposed to be like this ancient aliens ask documentary type thing and like the main character who is the director conspiracy guy is pretty spot on ponytail flannel black Sabbath t-shirt underneath whatever. But like after all is said and done, I'm just saying to myself but why why why because it they took real real facts and elevated them and made it into a horror movie. The conjuring to people around there which I'm GonNa. Get to aren't really happy about that but also it leaves you there's a sense of letdown at the end because you're like well, why the fuck did I just watched that if it's just literally somebody. Shit about a story that I would have rather seen a documentary about the actual event I guess is what I'm saying. If there is a documentary on Boston Ohio for res I might look around a little bit to find more info on it That would be more interesting watch and there is a cool article about it on the Atlas Obscure Website, which we can post Hell Town, Ladies and gentlemen. Cool. Make US smarter Sharon. Yeah. I'm going to say the next movie I'm about to talk about is probably one of my favorite movies on my list. It's MS forty five I watched it free on Amazon prime. It came out in nineteen eighty one and was directed by Abel Ferreira who directed the bad lieutenant it Stars Zoe Lund who actually co wrote the bad lieutenant with Abel Ferrara..

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

08:35 min | 2 years ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Opposite of pickens again, it gets like ward. A. And the end sane where the black preacher shoots Sanderson, end the neck. And he goes flying back about ten foot. That is twenty seconds before the end credits. Barely lands, and then there's some song that comes on. As like they would just like stop filming and just be like I'm so sorry sorry sales. Directors telling me. It was not a good movie and at that the Director Sally thing he's ever done. Action says the filthiest show in town on what that is. Now you've got me Allston a place where I have to watch it. Oh. Now, Brearley don't flip through it if you must. But there's no redeeming qualities. When you look I am D and out of the whole castle four have profile pitchers. Not Carry. With not much to say about that film I went on to watch another video nasty who also made it on the list for something. Strange craved and the not really. But I watched the driller killer. Nineteen seventy-nine Abel Ferrara. Odd this movie is hard to watch. Have you seen this? But it still has more redeeming qualities than by. It's just so much of that white gap. If I'm remembering correctly, it's a lot like. In water like Frank Ken and. just grabbing footage of New York you know but like wherever all the grind house theaters are just looks like everything has a fine coating of like Greece on in it is just. That's how I remember. diller killer is just everything's slightly dirty and yes. And there's some scenes that go on and on looks like there was maybe half a script. Yes. The Oh he's an artist trying to sell his paintings been working on appellate painting of A. Buffalo Bison. And keep staring into its is like like he's being now possessed by that I don't know why the act like A. Situation. He's like psychotic. You'd like having episodes and it reads an artist slowly goes insane when starting to pay his bills work on his paintings and care for his two female roommates, which leads him to taking to the streets of New York after dark and randomly killing derelict's with a power drill. May. I'm just which wouldn't even become a thing but they he saw an ad for a power built a belt that just had you know several battery packs on it. Could allow it to use. Power tools and hey, goes around and kills people with like a three eighths inch bit. And to be fair, a lot of the people are staying still long enough for him to do this. Yes. So and there's Allah of blood. Yeah. That were fake blood. Just, jam it in this this first death sane is just him ramming it into some. Poor schmucks chest as he lays in on old like truck stop bathroom or so. The exact. This whole movie is a truck stop. Abel Ferrara is directing and playing the lead role. Yes. which for era I you know if you look into his stuff, he has been a lot of things. He's directed forty nine things. Yeah. King of New York. Yeah. Bad Lieutenant. At, body snatchers three. No that one. Oh, we talked about this before it had Gabrielle Anwar in it how? He did new Rose Hotel, which has a Dario Arjun those daughter in in the air aides all for the movie I. Think So. Yeah he's actually done a lot of movies. Yes. Wow, and King of new. York in. Ballard sent back to back I the. Two were I've never seen King of New York as at Gritty is oh. Yeah. Oh. That has David Caruso A to Laurence Fishburne Christopher walken Wesley Snipes Jin Carlo Esposito of course love the Phoebe Shimi wow gotta sit however not seen this then seventy six. He did a movie called nine lives of a wet policy. Yes. So I was getting there. A shower after this. Yes. I think it's necessary which Nicholas Saint John. wrote a lot of these films. That his like Collazo Buddy, right? It seems like so nicklaus Saint John wrote this one but he also starred and he's a chauffeur and but yes, I just because of the title I wanted to bring that up I don't know if they're having fun with like a Italian slasher movie, they're all name something similar. So. There's a miss forty, five rush something that one before. Yes. Now, the reason that that might sound a little familiar and and definitely, if you click on it, they'll start to see what it is. It is mentioned the a few scenes shown in terror in the aisles. Mainly this girl, it's really horrible. It's. last house on the left. You know I spit on your grave that say it looks like rape revenge, Sewri, Gotcha basically, a really fragile girl who I think has a just some type of she's either death for associes mute she's New York perfect right so she Forget what she is a seamstress or a ballerina. SEAMSTRESS. She. Is raped on her way home from more. I probably know how the rest of the next forty five minutes ago but it's all building up to this final scene where she is dressed as a nun. I want to say it's like a Halloween type thing. Okay. She basically goes on her revenge. Killing spree if says she just randomly killing men in the streets of New York. Okay. Then it's not even said something snaps. She's just like shooting everybody I see her in the nuns habit though yeah. That's kind of the most iconic scene. I WanNa Watch that again because it looks look better now than what you remember yes, it is. I'm interested. Yeah. But maybe it's probably going to be just like. This film which driller killer I it seemed like it was a platform for a music artist. and. So they just kept playing this. This is like some neighbors moved in and they just kept playing music like constant legs hall which seemed to also add to his madness. And there were certain scenes were I guess where the music was playing and he's wandering the streets looking for his next victim. But I guess the driller killer made the list because of the box art. Featured on the box art was the drill going into the forehead, right? And that was deemed too violent. So it was banned when it got re released If you click on a few of those covers there's one that there's like a kind of. Shockwave kind of fact, just like concentric circles coming away from.

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Equal housing lender Relations in Alaska, Hawaii. Georgian Massachusetts Mississippian article is ethical or Utah. The NFL sets reporting dates for training camp. The NFL has informed teams they're training camps will open on time and it fell. Executive Troy Vincent sent a memo to general managers and head coaches on Saturday, informing them rookies heir to report on Tuesday quarterbacks and injured players by Thursday and all other players should arrive by July 28th. The lead in the NFLPA are still discussing testing for the Corona virus and other health and safety protocols. Union leadership expressed several concerns in a 90 minute conference call with reporters Friday. However, under the collective bargaining agreement, the NFL can impose report dates. I'm Dave Ferrie. Iran has suspended the execution of three young men who participated in the November protest after the country's Supreme Court decided to review their case and appeals court had upheld their death sentence over leading riots, committing robbery and sending videos of their activities to foreign media. But lawyers for the three expressed hope in the review would turn things around. News in an assistant townhall dot com. Canada says no to the birds. The Canadian governments turned down Toronto's request for exemption to play at home amid the Corona virus pandemic. The team was informed of the decision Saturday. Major League Baseball ask Foran exemption to requirement that Anyone entering Canada for non essential reasons must self isolate for 14 days. The Blue Jays alternate site for home games is the team's training facility in Florida, one of the state's hardest hit by the virus. Rhonda Rocks to reporting Today is Sunday, July of the 19th and some famous people are celebrating a birthday, including actor Better Cumberbatch Sherlock Holmes's 44 years old today. International Tennis Hall of Famer Really Miss Topsy is marking his 74th All movie director Abel Ferrara has 69 candles on his cake. Actor Anthony Edwards is 58..

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"abel ferrara" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"abel ferrara" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"The rich stay rich in the poor stay poor. So well worth a look if you have a chance yeah. I would second recommendation and also this is a movie that for the longest time was real pain in the ass defined equality version of it. So you get a chance I know a lot of. Movie, theaters are doing digital rentals and stuff. So look it up. See if you can local theater, it's a new four case baggage restorations and like it looks great. So hopefully, yeah. Come to lure eventually to. Jake over this week. Yeah. So we mentioned his name earlier and I've been going through a lot of films. In this happened is the most recent film I've seen but. I think it's important to watch. No not quite. It's an important film in the context of you know as were as the human race is sort of hurling towards an impending doom. I'M GONNA put over Abel Ferrara's. Four forty, four the last day on Earth. It's set almost entirely in Manhattan apartment with. Willem Defoe and Abel Ferrara's wife whose name escapes me at the moment and basically the ozone layer has just been obliterated to a point where scientists now have an exact time of day where the world will end and. It's basically just a couple. Counting down the last minutes of their life mostly they're using age in insects and they eat takeaway delivery food in the make skype calls. But I I I found it to be kind of a very, very beautiful, very strange in bizarre but touching film Yeah. There's one scene in particular where they order take out in the the Vietnamese delivery guy comes in and they let him use. The skype so that he can call his family back. Home basely says goodbyes but. Yeah. Four forty, four. Earth, recommended. BIOS what he put in over this week. You know when the when are steamed hosts phases out a segment one tends not to prepare for but That's right. Buddy just just botched challenge faced by group. But what I'm GonNa do is I'm GonNa take this time and put over couple of our own projects because we have made some significant changes upon the the time you hear this. So we are launching a patriot.

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