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"antonio campos" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To take off the power hour today. Sure you have some Curt Casali takes right they go Poot, Sally, you know it's funny now. It all came together now. Yes, was always talking about being in Nashville working out with my college buddy, Curt Casali, and at the time I was I didn't study the Reds catching depth chart. I didn't know who he was. But Gaz has been talking about that guy for a while. So It was like 400 son because he's he has his buddy, you know? Well, he said he was also playing. They were playing like, pick up like like baseball games. Once spring friend got shut down with a bunch of the van de guise of Antonio Campos out there. Sonny Gray was out there. He said that I think you, Sally said Yes. Was hitting bombs off a Sonny Gray left now. Stubble on that game down at the park. I would love to see that right? Some of that go down to the park. And there's the Vandy pickup games he has facing center. Great. Yeah, anyway. 8 35. Mike Florio is gonna join us talking more football. He always controversial Mike Florio. And they've known Jimmy G hater will have a tape area. Come with a take a You know what I mean 8 55 the daily dose of dubs doses. Tonight, And the biggest big question is Will Paul George play didn't play last night in the clips lost to San Antonio and ST Mary's Gail Patty Mills, who went for like 27. I think I want to see the Warriors maintain this kind of energy that they're playing with this kind of like inspired push. They seem to last three games, man. Yeah, and by the way, just we can talk about it later in the show, too. But Connor Letourneau has a great piece this morning. On Draymond Green and Steph Curry. Yeah, underrated relationship of Draymond and Steph. He does a deep dive into it and says, These guys are thick as thieves. It's always step in place, different clay or Stephanie, Isha or Stephane, Steve or whatever. It's about the the hidden bond between Draymond and Steph and like not only on but off the court to and how basically dream on is, you know he's such a, you know, session intense dude that he doesn't put up with any BS, and he just he's come to love step for. How really is. Steph loved Raymond for his his leadership in intensity, and then the numbers on the court. Steph When Dream on's on the court and Steph when Dream on's not on the court and dream on one steps on the court and dream on one steps, not other than these two grabs. Their success is absolutely linked, and there's a reason they think the reason why steps going off now is dreamin. Yeah, In all the positioning and all the vehicles. Yeah, I love it. I love that. It's a good story recommended to everybody. I'm psyched. I'm like, really safer warrior ball again. I'm all in all in. All right. Does 55 will doze in the 9 15 Andrew Greiff of the L A Times covers. The Clippers will talk to him about the game tonight and Friday, she copes All right, home and home. Little baseball. Syriza. Alright Candy are one of 45 and six anything Sports league You're listening to Murph in Mac available now on your Amazon Echo Smart speaker. This is K NPR, 1045 and 67. Ft Sports leader, three During these strange times, we've all gotten used to the word unprecedented, unprecedented, unprecedented. This is really almost unprecedented. And guess what? We're going to say it again because for the first time in NFL history, there will be six wild card games in two words. Now that is unprecedented. That's what I'm talking about. Baby this morning Birth and Mac bring on a man who's seen the Super Bowl contenders up close on Sunday night from NBC and Pro football talk. It's Mike Oreo at 8 35.
"antonio campos" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"I've always conman movies in today's movie. The conman unfortunately is kinda conning himself and that's the problem audi i'm jeff goldsmith and this is the qna. My agenda is simple. Each week i plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling folks. It's really good. After a long hiatus of soared to welcome back writer director. Sean durkin to talk about his latest film the nest sean was last screening series years ago for martha. Marcy may marlene which is an absolutely excellent movie. If you've never seen it. I hope you check it out And i'm happy to have him back for his latest film the nest and you know it's it's it's a complex film deals with a lot of Lot of denial a lot of a lot of Searching for truth and then deciding you don't like the truth and going back into denial. So there's there's there's definitely a lot to talk about and sean was very generous with time and did a great job about telling us about as creative process. So i know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig. I hope you also check out back story magazine. I have been fiddling nonstop to get issue. Forty two ready for you. That's our long delayed pandemic issue so it's coming out very soon so now is a perfect time to subscribe. You could use coupon code. Siv five. That'll save you five dollars off a subscription and you could read us on a desktop or laptop or on our ipad app which is called backstory and Yeah we'd love to have your support as we release our new issue. You also get access to our archive which curtly goes back to around issue. Twenty nine because we're putting issue twenty nine thirty up this week. We're also kind of going back in time through our archive to get oliver oldest. She's restored And so currently it's gonna hit twenty nine And so this. A pandemic range time to have a film magazine. But we're doing it so your support would mean a lot to us but now without any further ado Let's jump into our conversation with writer. Director sean durkin. About his film the nest okay. So we're hear was sean. How's it going man. Good to see you. I'm good good to see to you. Know when last we saw each other it was many years ago with the harmony gold theater. I did accused a podcast for martha. Marcy may marlene which i could save very fast faster than most people way faster than most man. That was a great movie. We'll get to that in a second but just to just to remind people and give them a baseline for you to my knowledge you went to. Nyu is i right. Okay and and so what. What did you get the most out of film school. What was something that really appealed to you about your school experience collaboration and time. Great collaborators friends Not only am former business partners for the line. Josh monday antonio campos but also great Friends and collaborators all through the crews of are the people that went up to cruise early films and And then also the time the time to have you know. I transferred there A college called. Hobart college upstate new york and so i basically had two and a half years there and i could just be completely focused on film making movies in watching movies than I had a job working casting and so it was. It was completed as he job. Like 'cause there's some crazy stories. What was the worst audition that you saw. The worst thing i saw and i learned so much from working counting the worst thing i saw would be casting commercials and i would run the camera and having directors come in and just be total. Dick's just like sitting back in their chair. Like emailing actor auditioning for them. That's tuna. it was so that was it was just. I learned as much from seeing what not to do ever would have done that anyway. But we're not what they do stuff like that. Why why brings someone in. If you're just going to sit there and not even pay attention to like an like an audition. It doesn't make sense to me. I don't know it's a personality gets her inherently. But so yeah. I worked for season shotmaker And i started off. Just sorting headshots. Submissions and But then i ended up. I ended up running her cameron than running sessions for her and worked on some great movies with some great directors in and saw great Like i you know the some of the actors from the film ago Kids we saw coming in. Who won't getting roles in to see how good dislike. Chris will come in. And i just feel like why is this guy not It just it just like so. So i'd see these young people not getting chances in in In became a big part. Of what i wanted to do was like you know cast people in their first roles in and things like that. So you smart. Actually you took them in into your student film. Some of them. Some of the folks that you liked. Yeah yeah are. I mean yeah. I made a student film. What's with pulse. Rosemary dewitt And they taught me so in that. And so i it was great. You know great experience having actress with that experience and that good. We'll see you know we did an entire podcast for you know martha marcy may marlene. And we we. It's it's it was up in a day. And i'm going to recalibrate a lot of my old episodes and launched like a. I think it's like a new little after some some sort of a patron or something like that where people access them but it. There's a lot to talk about it. I think it's still like a near perfect movie. It's it's an amazing film. What was your biggest lesson on that just before we get to get to this. What was something that you couldn't have known it really when you're in the thick of it but given a few years now what we're kind of maybe had an impact on your creative habit. So when i when. I finished martha i a we put out you know did a version of the screenplay for publication and i went back and i didn't wanna keep in everything that had been cut so just why not. Why not because. It's a great cause people to learn it is and i might feel differently about it now but at the time. I didn't quite have the confidence for that. I didn't want you know. I didn't want things that didn't make it on in the film to give the wrong idea of story or or things but what i found out was when we started when we started crap descriptors one hundred twenty pages during prep. I cut it down to one hundred and during the shoot because you cut out for a second. You could have done to what i cut. I cut down to one hundred and ten pages during and then when we started shooting we'd schedule the hundred ten pages. Of course the shoot simply because we're running out of time. We had to make cut on the fly. I probably shot a hundred pages of the script and in the end. When the movie was finished i went back in sort of match the.
"antonio campos" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Is up at your host elian horn. Welcome back to the talk house. Podcast on today's show an incredible pairing celebrating the release of their film. The nest actor. Jude law director. Sean durkin and composer richard reid. Perry who many of our listeners will know as the founding basis slash multi instrumentalist of arcade fire to help me in show this show from across town in our respective hashtag stay home studios the man. The myth the legend talk house film editor. In chief. Nick dawson. It's me and i do have a question for you. Elliott hit me. It's three people is still pairing. Or is it a thrilling. I think it's a threat. I think that's an ancient gaelic term. Yeah there's pictures of that not for children but are fun and this one is is really excellent nick. It was so fun to catch up with richard reid. Perry again mile bent. Scotland yard gospel. Choir had done some dates with arcade fire back in the day and it was so nice to see his face again. What a wonderful guy and fantastic musician and also this was the first time that sean. Durkin and jude law of joined us on the show. Now nick. i understand that you're quite a fan of shawn's work i am. I think he's a brilliant filmmaker and this film. The nasdaq is fantastic. I spoke to him years back when martha marcy may. Marlene came out which was like his breakthrough Debut feature which he won the dramatic directing award at sundance for. He's part of the The borderline films gang antonio campos and and josh monde part of that. We've done stuff with both. Those guys are talk has the years you know. So he's produced a bunch of great films. This is only his second feature which is kind of difficult to believe because he's been around forever but the nest which has long carry coon as the leads in. It's this really interesting. It's almost difficult to define exactly what genre it's in. It's definitely a drama of some sort of psychological thriller and and almost like horror in there but in the most subtle ways. It's totally just as as they discussing this conversation. Very very delica. It's visually beautiful but also understand that. In many ways the performances are excellent. Richard score is fantastic. The much to recommend there and just a couple of days before we recorded this intro. Those and carry cooed were nominated The gotham awards which is sort of a precursor of a bellwether if you like of the oscars so it seems like there's some Awards he around foams while which is very well deserved well. Let's talk about jude law as you said. He turns in a brilliantly subtle performance. Here who knows. Is this an oscar coming nick. Is that what you're telling me. Dude i i have no idea. It's too early to tell. And and oscar voters. Are you know completely bananas at some point. So there's no way of talent. But but what i can say is it's a really excellent performance and a really important component. Part of a brilliantly calibrated film jude. Law of course has been one of the brilliant actors of the last two decades. He kick things off in a big way with his role in the talented mr ripley and next one acclaim for steven spielberg's artificial intelligence back in two thousand one. Yeah i mean from a i to roach petition to coal nansen. He had this incredible start to his career. Breaking are pretty much immediately from just being a british actor to being somebody who was working internationally. Yeah and most recently he is. Of course the young albus dumbledore in fantastic beasts the crimes of grindelwald and yon rog. In captain marvel over the years. He's worked with some of the best directors around thinking. Mike nichols steven soderbergh. Scorsese wes anderson. Kenneth branagh terry gilliam and so many more yet. I mean it's incredible. I love the fact that he really sort of bounces. The bigger movies a guy ritchie movies and the popcorn and stuff with films by the best directors around. It's really kind of What you wanna do. If you're an actor with the cloud that he has He's also been doing some television. I'm thinking paolo. Sovereignty knows the young pope a few years back and just this year the new pope. Then you pope the young pope. He has all of the pope's and very entertaining being them. Nick i wanna talk about richard for a minute. When i first met him. He was switching between upright bass and occasional chih lest keyboards accordion and sometimes drumsticks on fellow band members helmets. This was back in the funeral. Days of arcade fire. He's gone on to a wonderful career both with that band and outside of it. He's collaborated with some incredible. Were with the national kronos quartet. Bell orchestre and so many more including islands and unicorns to particular favorite bands of mine. Gotta give them props there. You go man. He's been getting around. It's so awesome to see now for all the amazing projects he's worked on nick. This is his debut film score and boy he knocks it out of the park. Subtly subtle homerun. Yeah you here. In the conversation sean. As just as a speaker is a very civilly gentle. Understated person and richard has a similar quality. And i think so much. This film is really about people working together in a very intuitive way deeply collaborative way and and richards music inspired by the work that he did on his album music for heart and breath really is kind of a very subtle underpinning to the film and intrusive in any way and i. I think it's really perfect for the nest. Yeah i love their conversation around that and they get into so much your nick that that both applies directly to the nest but also just to the creative process. I was very taken with the way that all three of them discuss planning very intricately for their roles but then being willing to throw out all their notes to be present in the creativity of the moment. Your there's this great term that they used submitting to the will of the moment. And i think there is this like generosity and nimble nece in the way that all three of them approach their work and and coming together for this project. I think it's worked really really well. And it's fascinating to hear just their conversation and the the mutual respect that they have for one another and the inquisitiveness about each other's creative process it really is a dissection if you like of their different contributions to the film but also they're different processes than the way that they are similar and different it is and to that end. I love the reveal that it really takes them. Interacting with the elements that each of the others bring to the film for them to find their own exact place in it. We also get to hear about one of the best horse shots in cinema history. I actually think there's a number of amazing horse shots in that. I don't actually know which one he's referring to. That's how good is jude. And sean talk. About the process of creating a back story for his character gathers such a richness aurorae. The character jude. Plays really really pays off in the film and we hear about how simply red's holding back. The years evoked a very specific memory of the eighties. For sean underrated song and happiest getting some props in the movie. Should we roll the tape man. Let's roll it. I guess right so do we just start. Yeah well. I guess we do our names at the top. Okay so Hi this is. Sean durkin lou. This is richard reid. Perry and this is jude law. And we're having a conversation together. If i zoom so i have a question actually because i didn't know i never understood how you two met and started. This relationship is working relationship. Is friendship.
"antonio campos" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Toni Collette Life Danner Ted Danson is in this movie and he is very good. This is ninety two percent on rotten tomatoes into streaming on Hulu it comes in at a brisk ninety, seven minutes. So goes down smooth. This is a coming of age story for both the father and the daughter Nick Offerman and curiously clements. She plays and outgoing. High school senior slash rising freshmen who lives in the. Very Hip Red Hook. Red Hook I wrote it down I. Think he's right Hook. Yes the rhetoric neighborhood of Brooklyn, which I'm not too familiar with how I understand from the movie and for doing a little bit of research sort of hipster area. Guess you compare it to maybe. Eagle Rock or A lot a lot of. Gentrification with at Brooklyn from all accounts Abrahams name this movie again. There you go. Hearts beat loud streaming on loudly. So the DAD is. Hard speed allowed Nick Offerman is the DAD in this scenario. He's a single dad. We come to find out why through the movie Like I mentioned is a coming of age story obviously for his daughter She's. College Age Nick offering it's a coming of age story for the Dad too because is that sort of transitional period in his life where his daughters his daughters going off to school she's leaving homes going across the country to Ucla and he actually runs a it's a good. It's a very nice casting against type because Nick Offerman is a certain type, right? He's groff mustache and Blah Blah Blah but he actually plays a record shop owner and rucker shop meaning like a vinyl like he's like. He's sort of the John Cusak character from high fidelity, not quite as obnoxious although maybe if John cusack rose up and. Twenty five years later he's Nick Offerman this movie so it runs A. Record store and his his landlord is Toni. Collette and. She's friendly but you know she she provides for the. Interesting love interest in this job getting off track on is coming of age story. It's cute. Very cute. It's very, it's. So it's funny. It's not I went into it thinking Oh this'll be a delightful romp. It's not but it's very heartfelt. Very genuine. Authentic I can't see authentic like in terms of bread Haley knows live this life or knows people like this, but it has got a very solid or ernest heartfelt to it. I really liked it. I can't say that it's you know it's a great movie gets four stars out of five. I enjoyed it quite a bit. Maybe three and a half, but it's good. Curiously, clemens is fantastic. Now my pet peeve is. Curiously Clemens looks away too old to be high school. Seniors is actually a twenty six realize but over it pretty quickly, and since she has a great youthful energy about I totally bought her performance as a know high schooler who sort of struggling with where she was going in life anyway the plot of the main plot of the story. It used to be musician. He was like a like a sort of late sixties psychedelic maybe you know hippy style musician nugget too far into it but you still noodles around the guitar and it turns out his daughters actually you know decently good at singing and so they write a song together the Kosong Scott Heart speed loud. The song becomes hit on spotify becomes like this phenomenon. So nick offerings like Hey. Like I've been I've lived this life where I almost happen for me as musician things are actually happening for us really you. So you should consider making this your priority in the short term and CIARA goes because you're not gonna get this chance again, and she like is really into studying medicine and Schwab doctor and Blah Blah Blah, which is obviously noble. Pursuit, but It's. Philosophical, philosophical debate turned on its head where the pair he wants to do one thing and the kid wants to do the other usually est apparent advocating for. Dubbing a doctor and it's the kid who wants to be a rock and roller interesting twist on the genre if you will. I really enjoyed the worn government was like heartfelt like are there were times where I felt? Genuine emotion for Nick Offerman scare. Character. Yeah, he was pained at certain times. All right and where did you see this? This is on Hulu. It's ninety seven minutes. It's not a big commitment and you're at the very least you're gonNA come out of this saying Oh that was a good movie like you might love it. But there's I can't see a scenario or someone says is there's not a good merit that'll probably be next week. Hey Brian I. Don't know how to tell you this but Hey. I'm, not recording. Are you really not now? I'm just kidding. All right. Here we go. To snap out lull recorded that whole thing and I had talked. Quite. A bit of talking with that heart speeding. Loud. Hey, I saw a very different movie and it's a movie that I was probably GonNa. Skip just because I'm leery of the old NETFLIX's releases. With with big name, talent and. The run time was two hours. Twenty one is two hours twenty one minutes. However, I was nudged by a few listeners and boy. Am I glad that I took their Preamble. Here we go. The Devil, all the time Brian the devil all the time now streaming on. Netflix, it's two hours. Eighteen minutes directed by Antonio Campos believe you saw Christine from a few years ago about Christine Chebet they Rebecca. Hall played, Christine Chebet the true life story of the I, believe it was up in the bay area woman who blew her brains out. Doesn't sound familiar. Maybe. Greg that I talked with about I I did a lot of Christine Chauvet GonNa Very. Short period of time I watched a documentary about Christine Chubby, and then the actual movie called Christine came out and that was directed by Antonio. Campos Antonio Campos is a very, very dark director I've only his film so far but from everything that I've heard about after school and Martha Marcy did the did the All. That aside, the devil all the time. Now, this was Fan flicked a couple of weeks ago. Maybe just last week. And here's what you need to know about. It is supremely dark supremacy dark like very every character in here with the exception of maybe three or four. Are. Just wicked evil horrible people you know like Have you ever read? Any Stephen. King Books. Actually of. You know what? Else you've never done Brian smoked weed or binding tape. Any kind of THC has.
"antonio campos" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sonora comforts him and urges him to choose peace and prayer over violence was that you didn't end up in the hospital, a lot of younger sons of bitches out there. No law order, and you've been saying that almost since the day I met you. You know, ask because it's true. Maybe you should try praying for him them with that hurt. You already do enough for all of us? Where is doing you much good home. You know, do you good? Do not be wandering behind school by your own self like I told you Arvin has a good heart but a fierce temper and he refuses to let evil go unpunished. And it's no accident that most of the evil deeds in this movie are committed by men in positions of authority. Especially religious authority. Harry Melling plays an oily preacher whose sermons are full of fire and brimstone and who becomes obsessed with the idea that he can bring the dead back to life, even if he has to kill somebody first to prove it. Years later, another Scripture spouting Charlotte and shows up a sinister minister who goes by the flamboyant name of Preston Tea Garden and who has played with equal flamboyance by Robert Pattinson. There are a lot of other nasty customers prowling around the edges of this movie, including a corrupt local sheriff, played by Sebastian Stan, and a devious married couple. That's Jason Clark and Riley Keogh who like to pick up Hitchhikers and have their twisted way with them. Everyone's a sinner in the devil all the time, and with very few exceptions, nearly every character is either predator or prey. That brutally pessimistic view of the world is nothing new for the gifted director Antonio Campos, whose previous movies include after School and Christine, disturbing psychological dramas that were also sharp critiques of technology and media. And their power over a mass audience. In the devil. Over time. The only mass media of note is religion. It's what connects everyone and controls everyone, even those who try to exploit it to their advantage. As a person of Christian faith who shares Campos is skepticism about the manipulations of organized religion. I often found myself nodding in agreement. I also found the movie ultimately repetitive and its grisly nous. And simplistic in some of the ways that it accuses religion of being. Kept me watching was the vigor of the performances and the immersive beauty of campuses Images, which he shot on 35 millimeter film. Most of all, I enjoy the story's extensive voiceover narration, which is provided by none other than the author of the original novel, Donald Ray Pollock. His dry, sardonic observations bring a rich authenticity to this dark and unnerve ing story set in a part of the country. He clearly knows well. I wouldn't want to live there all the time. But for a while, At least he makes it a fascinating place to visit. Justin Chang is the film critic for the Times. On Monday's show. We feature interviews with Oliver Sacks, the well known neurologist and best selling author who chronicled the odd and fascinating world of neurology..
"antonio campos" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is fresh air. The devil All the time is a crime thriller that spans decades and features a large ensemble cast, including Tom Holland, Robert Pattinson and Riley Keogh. Our film critic Justin Chang says the movie tells an uneven but often gripping story of violence, corruption and religious fanaticism. It's now streaming on Netflix. Here is his review The devil all the time has enough awful characters, festering secrets and dead bodies to furnish a whole TV. Siri's So I'm not sure I'd want to see a longer version of this story. The movie is based on a densely plotted 2011 novel by the Ohio born author Donald Ray Pollock, and it's grim in ways that can be both exciting and a little wearying. So many twists and betrayals so many horrific acts of violence. I was never bored over the course of the movies two hour plus running time. But after a while, I felt that I wasn't watching a complex drama so much as an elaborate thesis about the banality of evil and the abuse of power. Especially in patches of blue collar America, where evangelical Christianity hold sway. That might make the devil all the time sound as though it touches on the present, but it takes place in the past, mainly the 19 fifties and sixties. The script co written by the director Antonio Campos, and his brother, Paolo Campos, first introduces us to a man named Willard Russell played by Bill Scars guard. He lives in a small Ohio paper mill town called Knockem stiff. Traumas that Willard experienced as a soldier during World War two have given him a powerful, if sometimes disturbing set of religious convictions. Willard believes that he can influence God's will if he just prays hard enough and performs the occasional blood sacrifice, like shooting the family dog. One of the heavier themes of the devil All the time is the way sin and trauma are often handed down from one generation to the next. And so Willard passes his violence along to his nine year old son, Arvin. After his father dies Tragically, Arvin is sent to live in West Virginia with his grandmother and adopted step sister Leonora..
Netflix’s The Devil All the Time
"Netflix, now available for streaming the devil All the time is an ensemble crime drama Little film Noir ish with a bit of the grizzly to it, And it kind of recalls the cone brothers in their blood. Simple Fargo dark, twisted mode, but this has none of their mordant humor and in two hours and You know, 18 minutes, it does meander a bit here and there. Still, I thought it was a good one. Presenting this web of circumstances happened stances consequences that Titan's over the course of three decades, the forties fifties and sixties between two rural towns and a couple of families. One of the towns in Ohio, one of the towns in West Virginia, there a couple hours apart. And through these various inter related characters, you get a portrait of violence, seediness and perversity on DH, you know, and some of these characters are dedicated the religion, But that doesn't necessarily mean that good things were gonna happen to them, and the cast is First rate. Tom Holland plays Arvin Who's this quietly righteous grown up? Son of a good guy G I, who comes back from World War two, marries a waitress moves her and baby Arvin and do a fixer upper in the woods. And his dogged by tragedy that's almost biblical, and that that carries over to others whose lives were connected in the story, By the way, the role played by Holland. Yes, Spider Man himself. It's his closest you get to a heroic lead in the movie, and this British actor is pretty convincing as a young American from that part of the country. It's like he was bit by a radioactive hillbilly. I mean, really Totally thrilled with Tom Holland. Where can we watch this? The devil all the time? Yeah, it's good stuff. Bill Scars guard son of Stellan, brother of Alexander, best known in the States as Pennywise, the clown in the movies. He's He plays the father, and there's no trace of Pennywise here. Jason Clark, Riley Keogh Robert Pattinson, the new Batman in the Old Twilight vampire plays the young creature who's not above reproach. And surprisingly stocky, Sebastian stand the winter soldier from the Marvel movies as the Vincent Donofrio role of the power hungry local sheriff whose morals are questionable and we get it. It's a good movie again, not greatness. The director screenwriter here is Antonio Campos, and he adapts the devil all the time. The the book by Donald Ray Public who is actually the Narrator here and there. I always say show don't tell, but I was caught up in the desperation of all those involved. Often this thing and stayed with it until the bitter end. That's available on Netflix. As
"antonio campos" Discussed on Filmspotting
"That's the trailer for Antebellum. A new horror thriller starring Janelle Monae. It's the feature debut of directors. George. Bush and Christopher rents in the film's Opening Section Monet. Plays Eden. An enslaved woman in antebellum south later were introduced to another character played by Monet this one in the current day, a successful author and history PhD. The mystery of the film is what connects these two characters Josh antebellum arrived on Vod this weekend it is so far received mixed reviews a couple of Raves, but also some fans including one from friend of the show Angelica Jade Bastiaan. The title of Her Review for Vulture is I am tired films like antebellum. You have seen it. Do you recommend it? Yes I'M GONNA have to disagree with Angelica here and just because you think someone's a great critic doesn't mean you always have to agree with a madam so so I'll I'll be right here I think antebellum I think this worked for me largely because back when get out came out in, you know a number of years ago. Now I did write about you know is this going to lead to sort of a new genre of of explicitly racially tinged genre pictures, ESPEC-. especially. In the realm of horror and I think we have gotten a lot of those I'm also watching lovecraft. HBO, which is kind of doing the same thing is taking these genre elements and explicitly looking at them through the lens of race, and that is what you have here. Now that doesn't mean just because it's doing that it's doing it well, and you could say, if you don't stick with antebellum because it took me a while to to get into the groove with this thing at first, I found it to be a very sadistically generic slavery drama and it was kind of like, why do we need one another one of these my learning anything new here But then there is a reveal a twist and some people might see it coming. I. Didn't it got me it doesn't have anything to do with while it does have something to do with the two characters you describe but that isn't the twist fairly early on, we are introduced to the secondary character who's who's living in twenty twenty. But I think when that twist comes it kind of gives a fairly good reason for why. This initially felt like a sadistic generic slavery drama. That's that's kind of part of what it is trying to do, and so that really worked for me Janelle Monae, I think it's great in both roles and I just love genre mashups like this. This is a period piece. It's part horror flick. There's a Lotta Shamlan esque shock going on that I'm a little more than most people Adam Shell Tinari or yeah. The Cannery. McCain theriault on here but. This isn't a great film. This is an. Level I do think the directors Rennes, in Bush there is even there is a level of exploitation. There's way more scenes of subjugation in the movie needs. I'll just say that and if that is bothering some people, I get it, the climax goes a little bonkers and very vengeful in a way that reminded me a little bit of you know some of the blaxploitation films we looked at when we did that marathon but there's also a lot of timeliness. There is a Gonzo moment involving a Robert E. Humans in this movie Adam that is like I. You know in this year than the monument debate has been going on before this year but this year where we're having a lot of that just really strikes a chord and I think ultimately this is an interesting somewhat crazy movie about how we regard history. But also the ways we perpetuate it and I think the reveal is part of that. So if anyone is interested in I would say avoid any trailers I did avoid any information about it because the less. You know going in the better antebellum than is currently available on Vod. All right Adam, you skipped antebellum probably not your thing but you did catch the devil all the time from director Antonio Campos that came to net flix this week it's set in post world. War Two Rural Ohio and West Virginia it has serial killers in it as well as false prophets the star Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson along with several other notables it's based on twenty seven bestselling novel by Donald Ray pollock. What did you think well? I wish I could recommend it as strongly as you did antebellum, I can't really and that's disappointing because I am a big fan of director, Antonio Campos, his debut after schools very good Christine really good. Actually still need to see his Simon Killer but let me put it this way our friend Michael Phillips I did read his three star review in the Chicago Tribune. So we liked it a little bit more than me and he really praised Tom Holland in this role and thought Robert Pattinson belong to another movie. Whereas I think that Tom Holland really does not at any point, pull off this character and I wish I was watching the movie that Robert Pattinson is in he he definitely is on another level here he's doing Robert Pattinson things with the performance, but you know what I find that almost always fascinating these days. Yeah. I mean if I had to choose I'm going with patents. Yeah. He's in a supporting role. He only shows that may be midway through the film, but I think he's really the standout in this movie and honestly I found myself watching Holland and I know he is six years younger than the actor I'm about to mention. So maybe it wouldn't have worked but bill SKARSGARD flays his. Dad In earlier scenes in the film before Holland's character has been born or when he's a young boy and I would love do seen bill skarsgard play Holland's character just bringing so much more depth to this role I. Don't Know Josh Maybe I'll admit it if there is a little bit of a residual Spiderman thing going on here where it's just hard to see him in this rough and tough period drama being a bad ass. When you think of measure friendly neighborhood Spiderman, he didn't transcend that for me unfortunately but the bigger issue and I wasn't familiar at all with the book didn't know it was based on a book and yet within about twenty or thirty minutes all I could think was On the page I bet all of these different story lines covering different generations in different characters and the way they intersect would really work. And in a movie, Campos is very ambitious and audacious to try to adapt it but I don't think he pulled it off it. All feels just a little bit too contrived and I wonder if on the page with a little bit more room to breathe and just the way the way we experience novels versus the way we watch films that would have somehow made a difference it. Seems to me really rich source material but other than those performances by scars guard and Pattinson I never was on the same wavelength with the devil all the time, which is currently on Netflix's you said that's a hard career move to make you know when when you have an iconic role like Peter Parker and then you're going to go in a different direction I think sometimes actors go. They take to hired of a right turn into sub game. Where you you almost need a step beyond where you were and then maybe I think Pattinson has you know kind of maybe that model or did he kind of went crazy actually now that I think about it after the twilight films he was put in this way behind me. Yes. He took a giant stop into art film territory..
"antonio campos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is all of it from W N Y C. I'm Alison Stewart today. New York Times Food columnist and cookbook author Melissa Clarke stops by to share tips and recipes for high holidays, cooking plus late summer dishes, and we'll take your calls. Our lines are open at +6464357280. Then we're celebrating the anniversary of the Hudson Valley Favorite. The finish a diner turns eight this week, and we listen to our conversation with owner Mike Coffee and co authors of the finish a Diner cookbook. And later the new Gothic thriller The Devil All the Time. Set from the 19 forties to sixties and the Rural Middle America stars Robert Pattinson is a sinister preacher steeped in sin. We'll speak with the film's director, Antonio Campos will get all of it. I'm Alison Stewart and I will meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news underwear. Rahm sadly, is no longer a hurricane but continues to drench Alabama and Florida, swamping homes, knocking out power and forcing hundreds from their homes. Florida governor Rhonda Santa says the hurricane may have passed, but residents still need to be careful standing water could be deeper than it seems. Don't let Children play in the standing water. You could have it down an active power line that's close by and it could definitely be life threatening. The storm came ashore Wednesday morning near Orange Beach, Alabama. The mayor of Orange Beach, says one person has died and a second person is missing. In Oregon, Firefighters are making progress on many of the major fires burning up and down the state. It is NPR's Nathan Ron reports. Dense smoke is still blanketing the entire region, shutting down local economies that were just starting to reopen. Well. Urban search and rescue teams assess the damage and look for missing people in the still burning West Cascades. Thick smoke is causing problems in the valleys below. Stores are closed in many outdoor jobs and recreation are on pause. Pretty quick Warner is the president of the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce. We thought we'd have at least another month of, you know good weather that would allow these restaurants specifically to be able to continue to operate outside despite the Corona virus, so You know, it's just one disaster on top of another. This year. The smoke is expected to linger through most of the week. Dayton.
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"His office will be furloughed for five days between October and March, including himself. It is with pain that I say they and their families will lose a week's pay. But it's something we have to do. It's something I have to do. New York Times reported. The mayor would continue to work without pay during those five days and the furloughs represented 12% cut to the mayor's office budget. The city is down about $9 billion in revenue due to the covert crisis, and the mayor has said he may have to lay off 22,000 City workers. And less state or federal assistance comes through. New York City's Board of Health is suspending many of the requirements for school nurses offices, including things like medical cabinets and lockable doors around 200 schools will be getting nurses for the first time due to the pandemic. And many of them lack some of these basic necessities. Dr. Roger Platt heads the office of School health, he says. It's not clear yet how many of these schools will need to have the requirements Wave. We have not had a chance to survey those sites. I do believe there will be a substantial number that don't meet the requirements, but I can't give you a precise number. Health leaders say that the need for nurses outweighs fulfilling the facility's guidelines. The two unions representing school nurses are challenging the waivers. They say things like lockable doors and adequate ventilation are necessary to protect both students and faculty. Another 5000 evictions were filed in New Jersey's courts last month. I sees Cameron e reports that's in spite of a state moratorium that prevents renters from being kicked out of their homes during the pandemic. Court records show. Landlords have filed more than 25,000 eviction cases since April. Well the state's eviction moratorium runs through at least November. It doesn't stop landlords from initiating eviction proceedings in court. Stacy Burger Fromthe Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey says the state needs to take action to give tenants more time to pay back rent. Or it will face a tsunami of addictions wants the moratorium expires. People are really incredibly under pressure to come up with money that they don't have, Burger says. The federal eviction band recently announced by the CDC won't change much in New Jersey because the state moratorium does more to protect tenants. A new sculpture in Central Park is paying tribute to the founder of the Public Art Fund, Dora C. Friedman. The installation doors for Doris is located at the Park's southeast entrance at the corner of East 60th Street and Fifth Avenue. The artist Sam Boyer says it features oversized door's made out of different types of stone found around New York City, including blue stone and marble from other projects. Some of them are even table tops from a Public park on 53rd Street. And then those air set into concrete, which is like the ultimate industrial material. Lawyer says the idea is to bridge the architecture of midtown and the natural areas of Central Park. The installation will be onto on display beginning today and that runs through September of next year. 63 degrees now, mostly sunny today with a high near 75 this afternoon. This is W On the next All of the New York Times Food columnist and cookbook author Melissa Clarke stops by to share tips and recipes for high holidays, cooking and late summer dishes, and we will take your calls. Less. Director Antonio Campos on his new Appalachian Gothic thriller, The Devil Off Time, starring Robert Pattinson and Tom Holland. I'm Alison Stewart. Join me for all of it. WNYC supporters include the Mount Sinai Hospital,.
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"Very curious to see if other people respond the same way that we do like everything that you and I spent twenty minutes trying to recreate is like nonsense and it was very fun visual nonsense and it was a great ride. But at the end you are kind of like wait what and I think that. For us and the way we saw the movie and the series of decisions that we made get see the movie that was like a fun. Wait what and some people may not feel that it rewards like the amount of time anticipation and what they wanted from it and and I'm curious to see whether people think it's fun or think it's frustrating I. Thought it was very fun I think the suits. Had tremendous amount to do with it. I just great suits across the board. I thought it was very fun to. And I think we've set it all I. Think we've described the film extraordinary depth and with incredible amount of confusion. I'm sure it won't be the last time that we talk about it. Amanda. Thanks for. Thanks for playing this game. This game recount the movie. Maybe we'll. Maybe we'll return to recount the movie at some point down the road. Later this week, we'll talk about a tiff and the New York, film, Festival, and telluride, and what's coming out of those film festivals. So stay tuned for that and also I hope you'll stay tuned for Antonio Campos because I'm about to speak.
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"Sean Hannity I'm Amanda. Dobbins and this is the big picture a conversation show about tenant. and. Worship, she is not a garish get this. It's Never nauseam out. If that was disorienting and music at the top of today's show seemed dramatic and it is courtesy of tenant composer, Ludvig your Anson it's because this is a dramatic moment in the history of cinema. The biggest movie of the year is out in theaters around the country and some people are seeing it maybe not enough people are seeing it I man and I are lucky to have had the chance to do so safely in the comfort of our cars at a southern California drive in we went back in time and we at least defeated our fear of the coronavirus in addition to tenant there is so Much happening in the world of movies we're GonNa talk about all of it on this show. Some of it is very exciting like the return of film festivals. Some of it requires closer examination like whatever's happening with the Academy Awards these days, and some needs some serious unpacking like tenant. Later in the show, I, have an interview with the filmmaker Antonio Campos whose new film, the devil, all the time premiers on Netflix on Wednesday September Sixteenth I. Hope you'll stick around for that. But first, let's start with film festivals, Amanda You and I spent our weekend watching movies a lot of movies, a lot of new films. What was it like for you to be thrown into the virtual festival experience? Movies are back. It was like. Yeah I.
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"But then there is one other October movie that I am very excited about but I don't want to take ownership of it can be yours Sean would you like to share sure this movie is not yet stated that we've been told repeatedly that's coming in October. The movie's called Bank. Directed by David Fincher I can't wait. I can't wait. We're GONNA spend a lot of time talking about venture on this pod after five months of inventing themes and making up games and talking about all kinds of ridiculous stuff. We're going to get to talk about real movies again, Eric excited about wonder woman very excited talk about the trial Chicago seven. Very excited talk about on the rocks on the rocks in particular feels to be scraping at perhaps a a a moment in our lives as sort of like you know that thirty five to forty that period. Of Time, really the number of times that I've thought about that Bill Murray Line from the trailer of they say a woman is most beautiful from the woman is most people from the ages of thirty five to thirty nine. I've thought about that a lot personally in the last two days. I suspect will be reckoning with the ideas in that movie But I'm obviously most excited for mink and were now I mean probably within two months twenty two and a half months I don't know exactly when it's coming out, but it's definitely coming out this year. and. That's great and when you start to look at all these movies together and frankly most of them are on streaming services yellow on the rocks is going to be available on Apple TV plus the childish seven. As you pointed out before I was a paramount movie that was acquired by Netflixing, is coming straight to Netflix's manque coming straight to Netflix's we didn't even mention There's a remake of Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca over. Then we'd LE- which is coming out. So that's also coming to Netflix's, which is very exciting for you. Know, the devil, all the time than new Antonio Campos movie coming straight to Netflix's there is a long list of movies that are going straight to streaming services that might be able to do a lot of the things that we were lamenting thirty five minutes ago they might be there might be a mass cultural experience around maybe not bank I. Don't I don't know if bank is necessarily speaking to one hundred million people, but it's speaking to one million very excited people and that's more than enough for us. So it's GONNA be. Exciting probably, the wrong word to use to wrap up this conversation what what is the right word? More, exciting than right now I have I've looking forward to it. There is actually something to look forward to which seems which is new I think both existential the and and in the world at large, and also within the world of movies and it's also something we can plan for as you mentioned, a lot of those movies streaming services like we know they're going to come out. We know we're going to be able to see them. We know we're going to be able to kind of start planning our pre content and trying to recruit that million that that one million people who WanNa talk with us about bank. So I think that maybe. I don't WanNa say optimism because I. It's it's going to be very tough and this situation in the US is still really tough and it's very tough for the the movie industry as well. So. I think it's nice to have something to look forward to..
"antonio campos" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Stretch of gathered Trump public access in twenty twelve or if you summer of twenty twelve you can watch me losing weight week you can watch fairly early in the run or which random where we on probably wrapping up on NGO. Okay. Sure. Melissa. Okay. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. But I had a friend of mine at the end of that summer, who's a filmmaker you guys probably do, you know Antonio Campos. He's a good friend of mine and Simon killer was out doing the festival circuit. And it was at a festival in Rio de Janeiro. And he pulled me aside. I think you're kind of going off the deep end I'm going out of town. Why don't you just come to Brazil with me? And he wasn't like it's not like Rio as a place to lay low. He was just kind of. I don't think about she'll play. He was just kind of like you, and I'll do some soul-searching Tang. And if you wanna party, we can party, and if you wanted to chill out and get back to being yourself, but New York is not good. This is one of those stretches where we all have. We're New York is not good for you to go off the grid for New York is be a pressure coaches. So thing as much as the city thing yet. I had I was dealing with a bed break up. I was dealing with a bunch of bed decisions all this stuff dealing with rough random. I mean, very controversial offering had to had to really help that kid. He's such a nice guy. Boy him shit on my own brother called in like shit on a twenty years younger in college. Get this fucking pretentious, Greg. You're pushing forty is a boy hit him on the phone. So I kinda go, and I mean, it's an epic epic journey. We have a male ballet, dancer and me a giant bag of cocaine run on my friend's mother secretly. I have to decide if I'm gonna do cocaine for the first time, I we it's it's it's crazy. We're partying, and is it's like, it's wild. It's like why robbed a Bank with a big safe that you strapped to the back of a car guy named rocket took down a guy named little shea nuts. It was really nuts. Rewatch that last night, by the way, one of the best movies to come. So we're my Antonio has some family down there. And we go his mom was in town because she was a producer on. On another film festival where with this family this mountaintop retreat, it's crazy so beautiful. And he has this distant cousin who's like the most beautiful woman. Oversea Antonio's mom decides she's going gonna be like human Tinder and just hooked me up with her own relatives. Like she's trying to pimp out relative. She starts like really talking me up..
"antonio campos" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"And since that moment he's worked with hold on. I had to write this down. I then saw him in such movies as thirteen and funny games. Melancholy a- Simon killer. Martha MARCY may Marlene. So you know, you've worked with such lightweight says wise montier, and Michael hannidy and. Antonio campos. But no seriously. When did you decide did, you know this whole time when you were acting that you were going to be a director? And did you like what did you learn from your experiences with them? Is there anything that you took from those films when you started becoming a director and realizing yes, that's the way I wanna work with actors, or that's the way I wanna run a set. I just realized that that the people that I that I respect a lot are very human. Also that they that. They also. Are not always perfectly prepared because he can be very prepared. And you sometimes you're not prepared for the most important problem of the day. I learned. That to be brave in your work is not the same thing as being. Brave personally, I'm I'm quite shy. And my, and I know that the films are not the films have made or not CHAI films. I'm aware. But. But but I care about the medium Allott, and I care about the advancement of the medium a lot. And I care about. I think it's not worth making something unless there's at least some attempt at doing something that is adding to the conversation a little bit. Otherwise, what you get out of bed. I mean. Certainly not for this kind of project to make a lot of money. So or frankly any, but, but I just my first aid is here, and he did he did a great job. And he's laughing because he knows it's true. I didn't make any money. It was a big Cathal. Anyway. So I I think that. You know, making movies like this in this day and age is very very complicated. There. There's there's literally no one asking for it. It's true. I mean, you go into a meeting, they they ask you. The proverbial. They they say so. DAV genre film, you're working on? Or do you have like, and it can be any kind of John RIA like we have force. And they're like, I don't know. It's everything where it's nothing. I don't know what it is. And that's not there. It's not what anyone wants because it's not Amazon prime. It's not delivered to your doorstep. Something which is quantifiable and qualifiable. So. I understand that we love things very very neat. And in this day and age and sometimes I do too. But I I grew up looking at films that were not neat. And which was not to say that they weren't confident. And didn't know exactly what they were. But they were not neat. And I think that that is an important thing to keep alive. And we we lost Nicolas Roeg this year, one of the most important filmmakers that that that ever lived and nNcholas rogues movies were very messy. But can we really call them that because there's some of the most conic films ever made. And. Were they actually messy? I don't know they seem to messy because they were very live. And they were very. They were very life. You think this phone was messing? I know. It's not no. No, this I can say for with some some certainty that it's not messy. It's a lot of other things. It's sort of like. Being on a press tour for film. Mike this across this country. Feeling a lot of different responses. Reactions the film, which are all valid. You know, I mean. It's a lot of things. But it's exactly as it was designed to be so so then it's sort of like, well, it's if it's not a mistake, then especially skew for. For. Vernier for your intense. You know, I which I also understand I felt that someone would really say you at Acuna. No, no, no. But but but. No, no, no, no one said skew yet. I'm However, I of course. Been I I've been met with befuddle mint and puzzled viewers across the globe..
"antonio campos" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"So my favorite scenes, the juuling scenes, the ones always stand out to me. And yeah, I always going. Remember phone labor? Here is is all about that formality just the strange rituals and practices and a lot of which you know, you can kind of relate to certain aspects of in and you can kind of see a lot of contemporary British civility in this foam. Even if it was necessarily made for a modern audience or to be viewed by. Yeah. Yeah. Is quite kind of indulgent in that way. But yeah, it's it's a very singular vision. I think Kubat really understands the makeup of the British our stock Crecy, and and just Brayshaw life. It's a film that at the time it was nominated for few Oscars. I love playing this game. So it was no native best picture in nineteen seventy five up against a really good year was no money to best picture. Nine seventy five. I can give you a director's name Cohen Spielberg. I'm not going to get I'm ISA with say that. Seventy five I wanna say the conversation was this post. So this is the Copley years. So let me just pull you out your misery nominees dot afternoon. Previous club film. Jaws Spielberg Nashville rubber Holman, and then the winner for best picture that year was one flew over the cuckoo's. No, okay. Year banner year that was and for best director Fergie week. Oh Fellini was nominated for. I'm back in the days where you could get a foreign language Oscar nomination, but he didn't win anything in pulling kale called a coffee table film. And it just half that aspect. It's beautiful film, these massive wide compositions these slow zooms out of Tableau. The you've mentioned scenes by candlelight earlier he was working with these new lenses that Nassar pioneered. So he could shoot these scenes hundreds of candles to be painstakingly licks, every take I'm sure so there is an experimental aspect there here on famous cannot on the production designer at a nervous breakdown on this film because of of Kubrick's just attention to detail. And I mean, I imagine it was not easy to say. Like some of these scenes, I think there is some official light used in the film. Ever ever miss November is a completely natural. But all the candlelit stuff is is of cases too strange orange, Hugh or soft-focus do that. Now doesn't agree Listrik or naturalistic at all it looks even more heightened then probably the costume dramas of the day. There's another interesting aspect only came to pass last year. So you have the young Lord Bullingdon who is the the antagonist towards Barry Lyndon, second half of the film, both the young and older actors played that role had films out last year. So leeann Vitale you played the older Bullingdon had a film about him called film worker. He became stunning Kubrick's personal system for many years, and is now almost the guardian of cubits legacy. But then the young then is Dominic savage directed the escape, whichever. It's going into career in TV in film, directing the legacy goes on. VC talk about Kubrick's legacy, and you can see straight away. How someone Lanta moss has been influenced by this film and not just kind of narrative -ly? But yet, I'm formerly he's one of those directors who just his tendrils reach out very far. Exactly. It's the sign sound decade list of best films of all time with hundreds of voters. It's in the critics lessen the thing is sixty or something, but it's in the director's less much higher. And some of the directors who voted for it. So telling to see how wide its influences. But specifically what is inspiring them? Lenny abrahamson. The director ROY Anderson that draw Nordic filmmaker rich dialogue day Antonio Campos. Mightly Richard Lester, Andrew Dominik, fantastic mix people a theme Rachel Sangari as well. Is that taking this dryness of humor? This with Mike Lee is obviously taking the run time I period. period movies. But the something here when I've watched film now, maybe four or five times last few years, and I keep returning to it might in the long run become my favorite Kubrick film released. I've watched the most and it's because of every single one of these appointing characters every scene has astound out forms..
"antonio campos" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Logan stop paying you. Let's go over, hey, Anderson. Can we make and make a gentlemen's agreement? No. That's that's most on brand moment you around Joe most brand on brand moment, the show mouse just died their mouse's down. Very Hombre. Yes. Well, what is the gentleman's agreement next week? We do a fun top-five. Yeah, something a little more. Did you're the one who's pitching suicides? I text. Is it good topic off two or three different weeks in a row? And finally, I'm like, all right, fine. We'll do your guide him suicides so listener suggestion. Andy, Andy, Andy Cohen? Nope. Any Andy chat and he shows me what was his name? Crest. Andy crest. Andy. Chris. Thanks to Chris for bringing a showdown Hong crests. I use this as an opportunity to talk about very. Hipster centric. Digging on. I think that you have is these. You may have seen one, and if you have seen one of them, it's because I signed it to you. Okay. May have not seen any five. You might not have digging deep, you almost start then because I don't want to lose the listener so fast. Yes. Number one revived area suggests we're gonna lose listeners of my my, my my picks stick with us guys. It gets better Stemmer fly for me. The interrogation room seen in prisoners. See now you gotta prefaces to this is going to give away all of these give something away to some extent. I suppose problem with this topic is not really. I mean. I don't know there's seeing in prisoners twenty thirteen's prisoner. Love that movie directed by Desmond on Denis Villeneuve, starring Jake Jilin hall of LOKI and show favorite David dust mal Sheehan as kidnapping suspect Bob Taylor, David decimal Tsim from as creepy weird guy from great night. A lotta. He's also he's also in Amen. Amen. And the second man movie both in the x. men by the way he is. He was like Charles friends with the show zone, Gina grad that doesn't interest me. We should get him on the show. His name sounds charger stores universe. If anyone knows David, 'Small chino, wait cheated knows very, very Star Wars universe name. No, decimal Sheehan. Yeah, very, was he a Star Wars movie? We should have them on though. I love that guy's face. I love his face got actor the demons to deal with. I read an article that guy he was down on his luck and give them a leg up. I credit is first caller for a while. Yeah, Chris, Chris, Nolan, gag give him a hand. Not job and where you give them a job? Yeah, a hand not not Nunziata glory. That show we are in prisoners, David desk, small Chen, Google that guy is knows face for sure. He is so creepy. He's a kidnapping suspect. His name is Bob Taylor, LOKI arrest him and put them in a tear Gatien room where he, he is drawing. He he, he comes across as mentally disturbed. Not all together and he's drawing what he says. It will be a clue or map, but instead it's a maze puzzle is going good movie really is underrated movie and LOKI physically confronts, I would say, assaults him mysteriously drawing mazes scuffle ensues to other officers, intervene to pull tech LOKI off the suspect and during which. Firearm gets taken and used not on other people, not unlike Manchester by the sea, but not successful Manchester by this. That's right. It's very similar then very, very disturbing, very shocking. You see. Violence number five for me. Two thousand sixteen. Christine, chuck. Yes, someone list number two kidding me. No, That's it's not. not fucking prick Christine, chubby. What are you? Christine existing names. Ranville Rebecca hall played Christine, Christine chubby. Very. Convincingly shoes, the best part of Christine 2016 film. Well, the feelings, Christine Antonio Campos. This is the story of Christine chubby a nineteen seventies TV reporter struggling with depression in professional frustrations as she tries.
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"Know what just immediately jumped into mind was the way that paul thomas anderson used jesse's girl in boogie nights i guess that that was a pretty remarkable one for me the great filmmakers they're just they're just fearless in the way that they use it you know and they play it loud and they really they really commit to it they commit to the musical moment so that that would be that was just when they came into mind are there ever points where you find that directors actually really don't care about the music or is that just something that is never a problem no i mean i it's sometimes you find that the director again not every movie is a spike lee joint so to speak you know not every movie is a you know is the most elevated undertaking you know sometimes the movies just like you have you have hope for a movie and it just doesn't turn out well you know and so sometimes you find yourself with directors who you're like not really that happy to be working with or don't really have an instinct or respect for it or the touch or the taste and you sort of do the best you can and you try to use sort of logic and music to sort of push you push things through and sometimes you just can't you know and they just can't embrace it and that can be very disappointing and that can make the work seem really like work and be less joyful and less satisfying and that just sort of comes with the territory you know that not everything is is akin to working with wes or mardi or sam mendis or you know not every situation is as this is satisfying or elevated as others and you just do your do the best you can and sometimes it just is not good enough what's your favorite musical moment you've put on them you know i won't answer that question really i mean i would say that it's really something that i'm working on now you know that i that that i get excited about i mean you know it's really fun i mean another director a younger director who i really admire a lot new i i hope to work with forever as guinan 'antonio campos who i work with him on a movie your so called christine and we were looking for something in a sequence and we were playing through a lot of stuff and we played the song called laughing by the guests who which happened to be the first single i ever bought you know and so we used in a scene we antonio work really hard to create a mo moments of musical emphasis in the sequence and that was really great fun and exciting to to sort of see now live in film film forever so that was really rewarding you know the one thing i do want to say though if i can just say is that people you know when people say oh the music very you're the person that picks the songs in the movie and i never say that you know it really is like if i'm just picking the songs in the movie it does not speak well for the the process because it really is the director who really it's like for me the most fun is having a director or an editor or the producer to work with in terms of coming together and choosing music for the film so i mean that is really the great joy of the task is for being connected to your collaborators this has been a lot of fun chatting good is great having you here likewise thanks for having me you've been listening to working if you joined the show please leave us review at apple podcasts any questions comments thoughts as always send us an email at working at slate dot com we've getting a few from listeners and responding to them and i promise i will respond to yours as always i want to thank my producer without whom the show which is not possible gentlemen molly and also shut out to justin de right who not only responsible for avenues it could also help us get in touch with randall for this week's interview i'm your host jordan weisman and i hope you join us next time.