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Lebanese judge charges caretaker PM in August port explosion
"The Lebanese prosecutor probing last summer's politics plays number read file charges against the caretaker prime minister and three former ministers the full of the most senior individuals to be indicted so far in the investigation which is being conducted in secrecy judge buddy someone filed the charges against her seventy up and former finance minister Ali Hassan Khalil as well as two former ministers of public works old fool which touch with Candice this negligence leading to death over the August fourth explosion at Beirut's pulls the incident led to more than two hundred deaths and injured thousands the explosion was caused by the ignition of a large stockpile of explosive material that had been stored at the port for six years near a heavily populated area top security officials and politicians knew about the stockpile and its whereabouts and did nothing about it I'm Karen Thomas
"ali hassan" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"That they were on like one of the boss. Look twilight zone. Because you're going to saskatoon, why am forever will love? Saskatoon, it was none of the none of that. All Ali your from Pakistan I love Hamas you know none of that stuff. It was like she was not. By all was really really cool with they were. They were with it as they'd says the just. Fight, why did you guys decide to end it? I guess if they don't know that we terrorist yet. They're just never gonNA. Figure it out. You know they. They should be aware at this point. I just you know do I've done it for so long and not that I think I think I. Just I think myself an alley I feel are not passed it, I. Don't know that's a good word is just that. I don't feel the name for me. I originally did the name and I was like you know people I. Hear Era Middle Eastern people getting called terrorists, I would just hear it, and I go all May. Be Funny to do a show with that title in like Germany, and that was just as as a the idea in my head, but as I. You know time pass is. It's not like I. Don't want to say that. The title Got Hacky do that make like. Like I just was like I don't feel really attached to this as much anymore. I love working with Alli I. Think I think we both have grown and I, just personally just grown out of or lost like. Not Interest because I enjoyed getting on stage and recording the album and album. We had so much fun like I would get on stage again with Alli, do another show for sure but I think under that moniker idol title. I wanted to under that title I I just want. I think that's perfectly said even though it was like a meandering rig very tight, it's still perfectly said. You know when you start to sing. They restarted in the mid two, thousand, two thousand, you still in the shadows of. Of Nine Eleven. And nine eleven had a long shadow because the policies were just coming out in two, thousand, three, two, thousand, two, thousand and four that were connected the bureaucracy. You move slowly so some things like. You know you travel restrictions and other weird shapes, still in two, thousand, four, two, thousand, five were just becoming reality L.. Like after to the after nine eleven I was still able to travel freely, and then by two thousand, three, two, thousand, four, hundred, zero, having more trouble traffic. So it was it was something very very relevant when it started. And after a while you like I, don't want to be known as the person who not a terrorist or shits on terrorism. That should be obvious. She auden said I have no connection to that I should be obvious that it's not something I support you know especially a Ali Hassan is like a CNBC personality, but on the side bombmaker may be, it's not like it's clear that this is not something we connect with. The point was delivered. It was a good brand for a very long time. I think as you evolve as a comedian. There's other things you want to hit your your ride to. The matter more tool retie. It's like Allie to is like it's hard to for me why you know that it came out meandering. It's just like a heart. Put together in my mind and choosing the right words without like. Like? dissing something that I've been doing. You know when you say you outgrow it. It's just like you said it's like. It was almost it's not a timepiece, but our the emotions. I felt at the time, and then as you go I, think we've we've started other discussions and we've gone past that and we want to talk about other things, and also to is allies. Career is like you know he's doing his thing. It's like you know Keith can tour by himself and he should tour by himself. He should put that energy there as well and I WANNA put that. That energy there myself in investing myself. That was another reason shore think the last two years. We both proven that to ourselves as well and and Phil you know mid size small size for me mid-size for for for Dave and at theaters in the US. You can fill them on your all your own name as you say you should. It's time to stand on your own and not rely on a brand or whatever it is, you are the brand. Look you. Guys could have just stopped it, but he decided to do a final. Show. was that jest. For getting the recording out there. Or was it just gets together one last time and knock it out of the park. I mean you could. You could say your feeling if I just I love. I love this idea of. Legacy I'm older than they might think about legacy a lot. I think about what you leave. What is what what mark did you make on the world? What did you do you know so? The shows were great in. That is part of your legacy that to really cement something. Having filmed her to habit written. You don't like Muslim. interrupted. His show that I've been doing for the last four years. One of the proudest things for me is to have gotten the book. So Simon and Shuster The commissioner right Muslim interrupted in even if my kids are like man, that Guy Pretty quick to anger really had some issues that he never dealt with. A piece of Shit sometimes look this book. He left the legacy. He did something. What is mark on something? That's how I feel about terrorists filming it and capturing it like that you know this is part of our legacy man, and it should be remembered as something we did. Even though the jokes evolve, and we've evolved this people. We put something out there that no one could ever take away from this. I believe in that Earth. Strong Nice Alley. Those are all yeah I i. agree with everything Allie. Allie said and I think for me to was like we had such a fun time. We had such A. IT would be ashamed personally to not record it and I just thought we had the material you know as as a as a duo, and we had stories that we shared together on and off stage, so I was like you know. Let's put this together in Toronto. Let's cord it on Howland roar a label that mostly puts out I believe female Comedians, female comedians people of Color. It's just it's. It's the exact right label. Think that we should be with that. We should be around our our people especially now you know. Rather than be the tokenistic Brown guys on the label with mostly white people like you know, we're kind of among its label analysis door residents, all allison and I was speaking I was in the allison was in New York recording an album. I think for Bonnie McFarlane. out in New York so I was when we went for lunch and then I think i. A week later I brought the idea to Allie as like you know since we toward, let's record it and also I thought it'd be awesome to do a duo comedy. You don't have the two two comedians on, you know. Normally people just do themselves in record, and now might be a little bit different and I wanted to for for for me as well personally I. wanted it to time capsule like have it on your knee recording. Maybe you can make a record like an actual record in. And have it around me man, and then I can recall I can listen to it and just I still hearing it. I just remember that how fun that night was like. Even from the control always gets me of like how that? That intro is like our our chemistry in our energy together like a perfect. If anything else on that on that album that doesn't cement it that opening part cement. Say So. Yeah, it was such A. We got to see all our friends come out. Suppor and we've got to do it in a city that we love doing comedy. You'll have speak for myself. I'm pretty sure Allie of course of course so. Yeah so is there. Toronto or gone gone. Shit on the place that gave you your life. So Dave is they're going to be a physical record release or is? It could be digital well. No, it's going to go digital for sure on Friday on like hope, speeding platforms, but I just said this out loud now, so I'd have to talk. I'll talk to Ali and I. Do want to have like you know I know some connex have done it I. Think Arthur. Simeon did it and yeah. I'm interested in doing that. I think Ali would be too so sure. Sure Steph told is done that I'd probably ask them to see you know. How many should we prince? You know rather the full ten thousand out of the gate, and then I'm like honey..
"ali hassan" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"I just have to tell you this I just had to meet you. Did you after you had acted disturb this person's life that was sold them a favor but I could fall in? I could see myself falling into that trap. Yeah that with Matson Dean. Once and later I was like why did I start talking to Matson Dean and make him feel weird. I don't even like the leafs. I don't even like Matson Dean. What's this is like fame changes you as a human being on the spot. Sometimes so I just basically. I walked by Bill. Burr and I had no regrets. I don't WanNa meet my hero in this case. Because what if he's a prick? Then what if all a good thing that? I walked by so yeah sometimes you don't WanNa meet your heroes. You know it turns out to be like a little bit unappealing and then then then I'm not guy the guy who pulls the shoot not make Marianna hero nine euro and what if you meet somebody on a bad day. Yeah exactly exactly and you hope that all that all that to say there are also these cases where the disease on Saris of the world right about that. I just got a raw deal. That's just a kind of. He's kind of Goof. He's kind of a goofball with no game but he got he got he got invalided to something bigger into this Louis C. K. and Harvey Weinstein thing. Then you know Darby Weinstein is a monster Louis C. Monster as he's on sorry you know he was he just he just asked for a blowjob in a weird way. You know what it felt like I. There's those cases also that you're like I can't really get behind that one. He's kind of goofball and he was you know I heard his latest special. He did feel genuinely. It seemed like he was genuinely shamed and humiliated. Yeah appreciate of people coming out because it could all be taken away from you at any moment. That's interesting. Les Man This has been This has been great. Meant I appreciate all the time right. I really do. I feel like you're a guy who I feel. I feel I am talking to a comedy fan. Who could talk about it forever over sure thanks? Yeah yeah listen if if people want to keep up with what you're doing whether it's your new cooking endeavors or whatnot. Where's the best place for them to go Standup ALI DOT COM is the website. I'm about to go in and put the word can sold on a bunch of gigs. It's all right. People can see like the life of an artist and how these things go but a standup. I lead dot. Com is the website and then everything else is by Leon on instagram on twitter on facebook at underbelly. Now now you brought up another question. I have You know so whether it's you I know you've you've got the the glamorous CBC GIG and But again there's other artists leather comedians. that you know there were serving a restaurant like you said they're Dicamba in both of those things have been taken away from them. What can what little can we.
"ali hassan" Discussed on KCRW
"Sounds from devotchka Ali Hassan Kuban and friends on reissue out of Egypt. Monica impact. Georgeanne multiple. Radiant children's music from yellow days punk fiction. Lots more to share. KCRW? Support comes from Boca, presenting more Owens, the most comprehensive mid career survey of Owens work to date, featuring approximately sixty paintings from the mid nineteen ninety s until today, the exhibition will highlight her significant strides over the past few years showing how the early work sets the stage for gripping new paintings and installations Owens has pioneered an innovative approach to painting that has made her one of the most influential artists of her generation now on view, more at Moca dot org. Hey, it's Jason Bentley. Tomorrow on morning becomes a click. We've got so much great new music Hosea apparatus, the drums, gusty, Nick Waterhouse and more also live in studio. Sharon van Etten will join us in support of her new album out this week, plus our giveaway for tomorrow your shot at tickets to catch the moth grand slam. It's alive storytelling event at the regent. Downtown morning becomes a collective weekdays at nine on eighty nine point nine KCRW..
"ali hassan" Discussed on KCRW
"Also from the album from Nubia to Cairo originally released in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Now on reissue, courtesy of the Parana label. It's Ali Hassan Kuban and friends. Classic Smith's nowhere fast new music from our Caspian. We heard blue from the between days EP FOX Warren is Andy Shaw and Darryl kissing. This new collaborative everything apart. Tune played. New single from ego. Song table for one. Still to come new music from Charlotte. Gainsbourg brand new shocker con remixed thunder cat. Steeple. Single from Hulu Felix to house cats. Lots more as we continue to stay with us. comes from. Los Angeles, offering a European inspired education for today's global community really say Francais takes children on an engaging international journey from preschool to twelfth grade come see widely say.
"ali hassan" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Steve she'd take us we'll get back to the world in just a moment. But first some headlines and some breaking news that we're watching today it came without warning today and from a tweet by the commander in chief Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says he's resigning and the announcement comes just a day after President Donald Trump overruled his advice against pulling troops out of Syria. It also comes after the president pressed forward on discussions to withdraw forces from Afghanistan. David welna covers national security for NPR. I think that if you look at Madison's resignation letter he's a bit elliptical about things. But he does say, and I'm quoting now, we cannot protect our interests or serve that role effectively in the world without maintaining strong alliances and showing respect to those allies. He seems to be referring to to a certain degree of allies. That's NPR's David welna, whom we will hear from later. This hour on KCRW Mattis, perhaps is the most respected foreign policy official in the administration. He'll leave by the end of February. After a couple of tumultuous years struggling to soften even moderate the president's hard line, sometimes sharply changing policy. So you'll hear more about that coming up later on in the hour on this program. A woman from Yemen who fought for the right to see her dying. Son has arrived in the bay area shaima sway law looked overwhelmed as her family greeted her at San Francisco airport last night. This is difficult time for our family. We are blessed to be together. That's Ali Hassan. Swallows.
"ali hassan" Discussed on KTOK
"Time, but we are blessed be together. Her husband Ali Hassan has dual citizenship and brought their son here for treatment for genetic brain disease. This is Fox News. Explosive confrontation at a pharmacy. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott the KT. Okay new center, and this is Oklahoma's first news sunshine today and fifties today as well. Our forecast is coming up one person is dead and two others are injured after an argument between a customer and a store clerk at a Tulsa, Walgreens led to his shooting. Police say the dispute erupted yesterday at the photo counter and both the customer and the clerk pull handguns and fired at each other. The clerk was not hurt but another employee and another customer were wounded, the state has reached a plea agreement with Richard and Ryan Tate who were the former executives have publishing and take music group in Mustang. Prosecutors maintain the Tate's swindled more than twenty two hundred people out of their property and money, they paid to have their music or books published or produced as part of the plea. They were charged with thirty eight felonies and six misdemeanors. The two men will spend the next two decades on probation in order to pay more than eight hundred. Twenty thousand dollars in restitution state attorney general Mike hunter says his office has set up a restitution account and is working on a system to begin paying victims back as soon as possible a former shawny police officer who was arrested earlier this year on allegations of child abuse says now facing another charge Darryl Bordeaux is now charged with domestic assault and battery by strangulation Bordeaux is accused of pushing his forearm against his wife's naked attempt to cause great bodily harm several law enforcement agencies and Oklahoma are teaming up this weekend with N DUI team to conduct high visibility patrols and checkpoints. Officials say this is part of the nationwide drive sober or get pulled over campaign to get impaired drivers off the roads checkpoints will be set up Friday night OH says in two thousand seventeen one hundred seventy one people were killed and alcohol related crashes in Oklahoma..
"ali hassan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Service sport and business to come. It's fourteen minutes past the hour. But now to the US where family of a two year old Yemeni boy in California who is terminally ill say that. His Yemeni mother is being prevented from entering the country to visit her son for one last time due to the so-called travel ban. Brought in by the current administration on people from seven mainly Muslim countries. Who was born with a brain disease cannot survive for much longer. Doctors say that his family have argued that he must urgently see his mother the boy's father who was born in California brought him to the US expecting his mother would later. Join them both the boy and the father are American citizens. The case has being picked up by the council on American Islamic relations, civil rights attorney working for them is sad swim. The father Ali Hassan is a United States, then he's citizen for ten years. His son Dr citizenship from his father, the mother shaimaa is a Yemeni national. She's in Cairo Egypt right now. She's been unable to obtain a visa to come to the US because of Donald Trump's Muslim ban. And the only way she would be able to come in. She gets that bad. Right. So there has to be a waiver. What is the process for that? And how long does it take have? They applied for that. Yes. They've applied for the waiver. They've been waiting now. For over a year the way it works is there's turn criteria that people must meet, and they go case by case in determining whether or not someone gets a waiver are numbers show that only two percent of those who apply for a waiver our grandson. This would seem to be a highly deserving case not wishing to take particularly a judge's position on it. But I can't imagine any extenuating circumstances that will be more serious than this. This is a case it ain't gonna be granted a waiver. You really have to ask yourself how legitimate this waiver process truly is. And whether or not, you know, it was something that was thrown in there just for the purposes of testing judicial scrutiny or whether or not legitimate process that will have people's out waivers. Granted that is quite an important point. But let's talk a bit about the side case. Poor little boy, Abdullah is is to roughly now how long have they known that he suffered from this life threatening. Condition. Abdullah actually just turned to two days ago. They've known since his birth that there was something wrong. He was having seizures and having some health issues, but they've gotten progressively worse. So they went to Cairo initially hoping they can obtain some better better medical care there before they made their way here to the US right now, Bob Dole is on life. Support is unable to breathe on his own. The doctors have indicated that they're doing their best to try to maintain his body and his organs, so he can survive as long as possible without suffering on life support with the hopes that his mother can make it out here. But it's not looking good. When you put this to the immigration authorities. Do they take the conditions into account to they say we will expedite it? Why is it taking so long? So, you know, before we been involved representing the family the family had doctors sending letters from the hospital to the embassy expressly explaining that, Abdullah wasn't his last days. And that his mother needed to be there soon if she's going to have any hopes of seeing him touching him kissing her little baby ever again. And, you know, even in response to those letters to these really heartbreaking ladders. They just have really generic responses about well. Okay. We're really sorry to hear that her her application is being processed. You know, we've asked for an expedited waiver expedited of the waiver process formerly and we've asked for something called humanitarian parole. So we're we're working towards a few avenues that we hope while bring shame my hair to be with her baby. The father the mother what are they saying to you when you speak to them? You know, they're just really heartbroken his mother'd does not stop crying. I mean, I don't know how else to put it. It's really it's really heartbreaking. She says, you know, when I let Optima goats the United States. I wasn't saying goodbye. She didn't know that. This was going to happen. The thought was that when she let him go in October shoes letting them go so he could be in a better situation. So that he can receive medical treatment he needs. And instead they've put her in this position Renault mother should be where she almost feels like she's abandoned her her son and not by choice, but by the United States policy, and it's really heartbreaking civil rights attorney Saad Swail moves from the council on American Islamic relations, picking up the case of Abdullah Hassan. He's down the BBC world status with Lawrence and James reminder.
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"ali hassan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We would when we would go and play outside and we played road hockey we would make stories up ourselves so i'd be i don't know when i was a kid i loved madison dean it'd be mattson dean going down on on a breakway one of my brothers would be cujo in trying to make a big save so but then when the age difference between my youngest brother is ten and a half years so i was able to tell him stories about i don't know like you said imagination hockey all these different things and that was kind of a correlation that we had you could be like your grandfather and tell him you're in the nfl earlier in the week and then he goes he goes to school and looks like a liar exactly if you're just tuning in you're listening to q i'm ali hassan in for tom power i'm talking to zach hyman you may know him as part of the toronto maple leafs roster he's also a published children's book author how do your teammates react when they when the here that you're a writer storytelling it's reading and that santa my life is something that i love to do and it's a passion and it's cool that i'm able to kind of combine the two and and people enjoy if you've ever watched a teen movie from the eighties you'll notice a lot of stereotypes about athletes jocks are always in jerseys letter jackets they only care about the big game the next game how how did is that stereotype athletes want to be well rounded people and you know your career only lasts so long and after that you have to figure out what you want to do with the rest of your life so i think that it's important for athletes explore all avenues of of their life and all passions that they have and not to be just one side of you gotta be a multifaceted person and i think that that's a really important.
"ali hassan" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Hurt it gives it a hint of tartness in the taco blenders cumin coriander has onion flakes garlic flakes that brica saf lower what else and some heat and some here the taco blend do have some of them have but that is just to continue the continuation of the continued recipe from less continued week those who were standing by waiting by your radio right and as is traditional with salamat now that we've talked about the recipe i'm starving so i think when you think that would be a good time musical break so today's musical interlude is provided by an artist who goes by the label hello cycle epo is gentlemen of syrian background currently living in the us i think in the minneapolis area so hope you all enjoyed this is from an album that he released in two thousand seventeen so it's pretty new uhhuh till you herbie once she di wai di what i'm ali right in the middle of this semi psycho aleppo did this very track in the middle of this psychotic episode you know of of relatively progressive metallic electronic digital i don't know what to call this you tell me what can music is that i would call it electronic music electron not quite electric dance music but it's definitely parts of it are definitely edm returned to yards be when she had you i'm ali hassan it from a song from the forties of the lady's name escapes me but she says oh birds sing my love and serenade my happiness and hopes so that the ladies having a asking the birds to go out there and and do the singing to emulate the love that this lady is feeling so this is kind of a psych the acid rock now no no no i would just call it electron progressive electrons progressive electronic music was brought to you by hallo cycle epo cycle hypo syrian composer so it's he describes it as a project fusing arab heritage music and electronic sounds rare melodies of the bedouin mewa and choirs of old tara are carefully crafted with electronic solos and traditional old.
"ali hassan" Discussed on The Friend Zone
"The crewman satellites inside out the epa smith those are my listens lately choices for that oh yeah abba so there is a move coming out called love simon in on this soundtrack there is a track with uh khalid and normandy normany normany holden laminate right yet and i like i love the track like first of all love her as he can saying out they have really pay attention the fifth harmony to be to be true star to be absolutely beautiful girl to be absolutely true for i've heard my sheriff it harmony songs like maybe three or four of them and they all sound good but i've never really identified who was who abbas ali hassan good like acute cool right here on this one by herself owes like yes girl you have exceeded maps expectations anasi why you could be the front row yeah it was the song is called the trek itself is called love lies listen to it as soon as we get on the train it and you i think you're going to put me on the khalid backed a un so he killed initially comes in and you were interesting cloud i'm channel i do i don't really know her voice as china i saw this idea of really yup and um i don't know they just dope she's known as the think there dole together on these releasing them in their picture they they looked good together this is though and i'm like totally and completely ready for her to like spirit her wings into her solo thing she is literally a star every live performance i've seen in them for an she steals the show like dance asahara's oh my god and sequencing seabed you i'm ready for it i am land normany um aren't of her father's name is norman since we ask name question proudly ads i myrosinase.
"ali hassan" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"ali hassan" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"ali hassan" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"ali hassan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm ali hassan in for tom power so get this quiz shepherd was just fifteen years old when she came up with the script for her first film and unlike a lotta screenplays didn't stay in the drawer by the time quinn was twenty that script was a movie blame reimagined arthur miller's famous play the crucible but instead of being set at the salem witch trials it is set in a high school now remember what i told you acquit shepherd she wrote the script at fifteen and she says that was actually a huge help to her as the director end the lead actor in blame she didn't have to remember what high school was like she was living it blame is all about a student who starts a relationship with her drama teacher jeremy but when i spoke to quinn shepherd we started the conversation with the inspiration about the film when welcomed to queue thai so tell me about blame it's a modern day retelling of the crucible what was your introduction to this story so when i was fifteen i was actually cast in a regional production of the crucible and i was so enamoured with the play and also with playing abigail i was really method when i was a teenager and i felt like i really latched on to that character not you know obviously she does a lot of really horrible things hitting apply but there was something really powerful about playing such an adult role that i hadn't i really had never played an adult role a fifteen before for those unfamiliar can you tell us a bit about the crucible in who abigail williams's in the play abu williams is a 17yearold girl who goes to work for a married man as a servant you know it's the sixteen hundreds salem and she hasn't affair with him and win his wife get suspicious heathrow's route and won't speak to her again and so she grows very angry and resentful and jealous and wants to destroy his relationship with his wife in order to get revenge and sort of have this continuation of power of the she fell when she was having this affair with him so i think what's very interesting is it's a it's a role that often cast with an adult and i think the choice to have a real teenager play the role just really changes the the story because there's there's things that you understand about the impulse seventy.
"ali hassan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"ali hassan" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I think that what one of my favorite things is also the drawback in it's not just said common in fact it's television in general which is that i love being on a series i love playing the same character and see where he's going next week i don't know the writers sometimes tell us sometimes they don't i love that ad i love them mystery of where we're going and at the same time if you last long enough that can become a rut and it become become a danger and you can start to fall into patterns that the audience expects from you but at the same time they start to resent it that's that's they think they want something new um i think the greatest thing that happened was will and grace is that we did ended the way we wanted to and we walked away after eight seasons and we love the finale and that was that and none of us saw this coming and and so you get to remember the the good the stuff we did welded the stuff where the the show really soared and polish out the other stuff and and not get to this and not get to that so i mean i think the danger with sitcom is that you you can play the audience we have i am constant reminding people we have a real live audience there's no laugh track this is two hundred and forty people that have been waiting for weeks to were to see this particular shooting so it's it's something we look forward to but we also have to remember that there are microphones and there were speakers and we don't have to play at like it's a circus if you're just joining us you're listening to queue i'm ali hassan sitting in for tom power and i'm speaking to canadian actor eric mccormick who you probably know best as will truman in the sitcom will and grace you were talking about that that what you did so well on will and grace it's hard to believe would back in the late 90s this will and grace was one of the first shows to feature main characters who are gay not just sort of a gay friend in the background right and went on to become right an elite though the thing was if you look back at those first few seasons they some shows.
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"And it's almost a rant you know it's about the futility of life since one day the sun will implode highpowered all of civilization it's it's fairly grim as a filmmaker do you share that view on the world well i feel that it's important to be realistic and be pragmatic and to understand that all things will indeed come to an end some day and there's nothing we can do about that but i also feel is important to maintain hope if i knew that the w world with when in next week i would still try to be optimistic tomorrow and today and the day after that up until the the the the you know the entire planet collapses like whatever whatever fate has in store for us i feel that is very important to be hopeful not to mystic and so what his monologue is about is trying to find hope in the face of you know potential meaninglessness and that's the important that was an important thing for me to figure out how to do as a human being i think is important for everyone to do because it's it's helpful to just understand the world in which we live in in the and the riadys that face us but it's also so very important to be happy with that accepting of that and to be able to find hope within that i'm ali hassan you're listening to queue and i'm speaking with director david lowery about his new film a ghost story now a couple of minutes ago we played that clip and it struck me the music is so powerful and you bulk of the film is largely silent what role do do the sound and music play in this the sound of music were instrumental in guiding the narrative him and pushing the narrative along and that was very that was that was very evident even from the screenplay stage because.