17 Burst results for "Ben Bailey Smith"

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Maleficent and elle fanning as rule right the B. B. C.'s Ben Bailey Smith spoke to both of them and asked L. finding how it felt to reprise her role I was fourteen we did the first one and that film Jimmy was such a kind of is a rebel film too because it was like what he returned the fairy tale on its head and we made these two enemies in Aurora Maleficent tale as old as time they've you know been complete enemies and we made them base mother and daughter we basically pick up five years later from that moment now they really truly become a family yeah and we yeah we have the subtitle mistress of evil but it almost feels like that might be the opinion of certain human characters says right he rather than that's right you know what we should expect of Maleficent well I think it was interesting because when they said that that was gonna be the title I said will would people still see me that way after the first movie because the first movie she we saw that she wasn't born evil that she was harmed and then she became very dark and they said oh no they still see her as evil and I thought that's so interesting I really does say something that it's what is it about her and it is something that we explored in the film my daughters who are livid that I've seen before both felt that Maleficent was a hero movies so they so booked at the what's in it that we can take a character I think because I think you know we certainly re written the fairy tale because in the first she was but I I think it says something to children that's that you don't know somebody they may on appearance look very frightening and very different than something you'd expect whether it's a river different culture different race to you don't know this person and you may judge them and do you must get to know them and you must open your mind that's really interesting because I read an incredible piece that you've written and you were talking about how those cases throughout history of women who stand up for themselves being defined as we could evil what would you feel is the take away that you'd like young people to have I think there there are few things them and two for the audience is listening we tried our best to make an entertaining film so you can not be looking for a Messager at following an issue to hopefully enjoy it but we were aware that we could say something with it and so yes there is there there's certainly about to you know this question of understanding those who are different and and people who are afraid that's one thing is we hope that if you get to the end of the film and you're happy that everyone is come together then somewhere deep inside of you you you are I am responding to that side of yourself that knows that there is so much strength in the diversity of the world and and then also a message which was very important is this for young girls sometimes we have this idea of women and we said well what's a strong woman and we have this idea these days were strong woman must be able to fight can be tough and certain kind of aggressive nature and and and and that may be true for the Maleficent's of the world that there's a fighter in us but the auroras are so strong in their femininity because often women I think to be perceived as a strong then it's like oh gosh I can't be weak at all I have to say I have to know everything and I can't say I don't know and I can't you know and and that some you know that's just something that we put on women the society we deal and I think it's beautiful that are of war gets to be her true nature and that is strong as well elle fanning and Angelina Jolie that and Maleficent mistress of evil is out now my guest today of a film critic and Nielsen and and rights and mean it kinda Sammy you have the two actors discussing whether they spell Meza feminist retelling of the Sleeping Beauty fairytale meaning your collection of poems miss militancy included re interpretations of how male and two can do maths so is it important to you to tell stories from different perspectives especially from women's viewpoint yes Sir a because I think all stories that you told in society have a purpose in its not explicit but the implicit purposes to teach you a kind of lesson especially stories that have stayed on forever like Sleeping Beauty for instance a or a when you look at to India the story if they're in that I'm Lionel fantasy the stepping across the line and therefore the lesson that people draw from it is that if you don't listen to somebody is it in and to employ your own agency you're going to cost the trouble so you have to look at the story and takes it out of this context and kind of see that this is a woman who thinks for herself and she wants what she once was is the gold India and the fullness and for that she just moving to do what she wants to do she's willing to step across the line she's willing to talk to strangers and kind of have to celebrate this woman so you take a story and repayment and that's what I try to do in my poetry collection any of your thoughts than on the power of fairy tales on film perhaps and whether we need to re tell them for all times we do and let's say Cinderella or even the prince and the pauper those plots US stock Bollywood blocks what is being done and re done but even in terms of classics Jane Austen book on sense and sensibility was made into Tamil foam and forgive my pronunciation coal it kinda con then kinda conned and the same plot as the Jane Austen book transposed to Tamil Nadu state in South India two daughters of marriageable age and with a cat prospective bride grooms.

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Spine or backbone what is it telling the the reader and i tend to pick topics that are in discussion or in in the media and so on prior to me starting to write the book because they interest me and usually these are topics related to social injustice but the thing is that you have to take the issue that you're about to our like meat to the bone and then you presented but you can't stand on a soapbox and tell the reader what to think the reckoning is published by hodder and style sin and it's out now you're staying with us for the rest of the shave you're listening to the town on the bbc world service if you are using social media and you have something to say to us hashtag big seattle australian actress toni collette now famous for her roles in movies like muriel's wedding little miss sunshine six cents and for her emmy award winning performance in the tv series the united states of tara i loved her and that her latest movie hereditary is a supernatural horror film it's being called the scariest movie of two thousand eighteen and an exorcist for our new generation it's the first feature by the us filmmaker ari esta and it's got big buzz as they say hereditary tells the story of a family who are haunted following the death of grandmother ellen toni collette plays ellen's daughter anne who's a miniaturist artist and she has a husband and a teenage son daughter anne is a troubled woman and begins to fall apart when it seems like her mother's haunting of the family isn't over ben bailey smith asked toni collette why she wanted to make the movie one of the things i liked about this it's not i mean it isn't just a horror film i know it if horrific can definitely relate to that area but it's also like this really incredibly honest look at grief as family dynamics and how they changed when people going through that kind of loss in pain but it's interesting i just saw the film with a with an audience for the first time last week and.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"All right guys is clear east look and ben bailey smith infra simon the markham five life we in the process of avoiding for the fabulous toni collette who is in transit's on the streets of london if you've ever been on the streets of london on friday you you know know that goes for this some good because something is has come in the makes me feel very woman fuzzy in the stomach this is my first email relating back to something i said on another show which makes me feel genuine kind of witter tiny member you know with the with statement member in the obviously you you're you're another person so newish to with thymine and it's just it's just nice to have an email saying did ben and clarisse like being addressed and it's it's from jim in london who i i mean he reminds me i he wanted some vice about getting into the acting game and obviously as i'm on that kind of toni collette kind of level of i gave him some advice he says ben inquiry some months back ben encourage me to keep it despite my mishap ridden acting efforts such as not being chosen a number of additional only to find out that my bedside tables sold on ebay will be starring pike in the film three seconds which comes out in august i'm happy to report that as a result of my pacific further thebenz encouragement and the loss minute actor substitution i've very minor but for me very exciting row in the newly would movie in case of in caissoti which also comes out later this year it was such a late cool up for the role the arrived with completely the wrong outfit costume was coupled together at hook and included loan of the shirt of fellow actor and the shoes of the director cola munis i'm not the quickest actor on the take and so my little scene of discussion whilst walking through a park in both colour and auditing for quite a number of takes checked of distances google maps and i can confirm i quite literally to the show of the back of another actor a move to.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Very very good going gentle creature the see western custody to if you count on rampage and that was the show whoosh that properly flew by when you're critic and you have lots of stuff to champion always flies by and this is a great week for critic films because there's three very very small releases here but the kind of basically drag people to this in about to see rampage will survive on of course and it's it's fascinating you say that is particularly good creek to kiwete because speaking as a non criti when the list for like yeah right way i've got the rubbish week where's where's the wheel whereas the but we didn't get the rubbish we edith then we didn't they just a i i was looking at phoenix really negative to the names because actually i wish i could find the list on my phone sent by produces here and it had the names of each film and then a description by the film so you know rampage big budget popcorn action movie titan scifi thriller custody intense french drama you know these these kinds of times then it said western german construction workers building in bogo i was like like fromm mia punk like you say where's the beef of they've just wheeled in ben bailey smith again to another ethnic interview did we've been kingsley half drowsy dev patel let's back in feeling very very suspicious about my friends then you know you start watching these movies unbelievable i mean western hey have to rush you at the end of the show because that movie really struck me an unpopular saint your head that might have been because i just finished watching titan and the just the opening frame of of western was like oh yeah filmmaking.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"In bbc five live yes this is not the voice of of simon mayo i am sitting in his chair though on ben ben bailey smith and i'm in this week with mica powell roby kalin hello how's it going roby roby second bassoon is kaleen is where could you think in in the middle of the show some point because right because i feel jealous of dwayne the rock johnson having that thing joyce's e c so that's the kind of is from reviewing from the second bassoon perspec exactly that's what i mean and when the second balloonist is is taken on an extra air on this show i think because we are standings with second guys well are we other this no this is the thing because you know i listened to the podcast when every week and edith bowman referred to us as the c team a with seating with a c team so either you're going to get away with that words can heart the c team the narrow women a you know i had an hour if i haven't got to the end of that boat cost about halfway through so i've heard two kings don't don't listen shrill ladies himself deprecation which is which is good i don't find them shriller all but the seat team that's that's that's doesn't daiga even don's for they always made me feel bad note because that anything other than brilliant because of how young theres's always makes me feel super oath forget that i feel every single time i love simon this is why i'm wearing brian cordial unifying i'm fighting it you know i've tattoos like silver chain of where my shirt unbuttoned i don't talk i'm not i'm not talking yet i'm not there along talked you'll find you still leaning into middle age.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"It's not true it's bert i did not pick it did know highmark repeat the last jada yeah tell us blick easy choices week less jada it was the best star wars film since the empire strikes back one of the best films lush jere steve mccartney i'll definitely picking less jet i come monday haters dumbed are thought it was a great movie in a refreshing alternative to the four further into this dog joe plus are just walked through the first time this week so i won't be able to resist picking up disastrous as well simon meadows says i think we will like mark will probably go for disaster artists shook treatment double but for me to be the less jedi death wish over the top gratuitous bmovie type special that would only find in the seventies rubber at clint everyone has already seating less i it should have ever find a place in everyone's laserdisc mugs collection tv the week should be disaster are not enough people so in the cinema clara's while i think people guessing the i was going to choose audited realize that i'm a huge fan are naturally going to have to with i especially because jay extras i wanted to i preordered my coffee is coming monday i'm sitting down closing the doors and no one is going to bother me until i watched every single extra martians can you buy like different versus fellow at least five what if everyone please thank you very bad there will be people who have to buy every single budget and i'm sorry but those people and thank accounts thanks for listening clear hobart soudan sometime next week it's the c team it said ben bailey smith and ropy cole.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And it's a powerful story about family now that a selling online might have to look thank you so much for that first up on the are so then hollywood star ethan hawke his probably best known for one staying marriage to actress and got assume a thurman just kidding he's actually probably best known for his fabulous body of what with maverick film director richard link later the before trilogy before sunrise before sunset before midnight and the extraordinary multiple awardwinning movie boyhood shots over twelve years ethan hawke place characters with intense steps very well his latest route is in the gentle and small new jersey multi it tells the story of canadian artists mode lewis played ashley brilliantly by british actress sally hawkins mood was isn't wellknown showing her lifetime that gained both fans and critical love after her death in nineteen seventy she was born with juvanal rheumatoid arthritis and you actually see had diminished physically as this film unfolds and oscar nomination on the way the miss hawkins surely essentially mold made focart in the small hot she lived in with her badly articulate hot tempered husband everett played by how mr holck and he came into the bbc to talk to ben bailey smith and focused on what it was like to what with an actress like hawkins and director ashland walsh's irish director and i think that she did a great job of she created an environment where all she cared about was the art it was like she boop gut this house built in the middle of a hero we went out into the middle know where it was freezing cold and we just did the scenes all day and what's funny about it is a lot of times you'd reform said and all they care about is dark or you go to from sir and there is some writer director all he cares about as the word you say whatever in ashley and sally had had worked together before and ashley understood this slight bit of magic to sally funeral in she doesn't think like most actors and she hasn't operate on one level and it's really from the bureau an an and ashley really created space for our imagination with somebody like sally particularly what you really want to do is create a world and let her inhabitant mirror immagination run free and then chaser after it garages what.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"Before i had kids of ozone is very much like let the fought well burn an all too slight burn with it in a whereas now ikea what some terrible disaster film and alone think in his how would i get my kids out there like what levels of sacrifice would i deal with and the scary thing about the the civil war question is i how far would i go to make sure they were okay not for myself i think if if it was just me one i would been the resistance without even thinkable thinking by it i think i'd be happy to to fight and die for for some not believed in but that's because it would be on a personal level would be an absolute solve shining of my dad's legacy to do anything else i'd have to be at least as brave as him of other be able to look myself in the eye bought with dependence is this is so difficult to say like if if if owes on like a kamakaze mission i wanna bring my kids with me so if those away to wheeze allow of it unlike roh with these fictional like not see isis viet cong guys and keep my kids safe i suppose i'll jesus i suppose i consider a considerate may be taken down from the inside somehow as another question if you if you are in your own and you have the resistance what role you think you take because that would be like it would be spies who me on the inside and they would be it'll be like footsoldiers comcast saying their way i'd be really confident unreliable follower of the leader after fully wooden three leila right hand alleged i get really concerned when this lake.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"That's his focus in on that one guy he's not laughing icon helped sidewise what's his what what is the like me was his issue i think i'm mayumai my act i know i'm always that guy so even if three hundred of them were laughing at go yeah but i didn't love is i think i am i was also watching house that was on stage and i was and i i wouldn't have laughed vows in the audience well this is part of the self loathing as the highest standard of new never good anna yes like when people say to me you that lynn of my my feeling is always nor sheets like if it went well i'm like it it wasn't sheets as long as not that i'm happy and when it issue oh there's never changed its from a very first gigs to now when it is shipped i'm ready to quit i'm ready to quit that night i'm no like all but tomorrow on a comeback even stronger reciting on just not doing it was not known anymore there's no fourteen point russia ways as a question i always ask which is which i am really cares at where you're going to say and so this is a situation so there's like a civil war happening will bag and like that there's a dictator his second over the the country with his army killing a bunch of people where are you are you have your joined them have you i completely neutral escape into yourself are you proud of the resistance were great question and it's not something i have thought amount before i sometimes think by in in terms of nazi germany you know you hear about people pretending not to be jewish in order to survive and whatnot it makes perfect sense and i also think by in terms of natural disaster hutlike and i think the time i think by because of my children light.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"As a performing artists or as a performa presidents dana because you don't need to be floyd so to to work out the someone who is not the biggest founded themselves might require other people to be a fan of the him in a also not your canada's overcompensating at bit like oh massively in it can just be happy in a normal not john agassi have to not read a vinyl windows i was close when when i when i stopped in music and the style distancing myself from youth work i i was looking for a job a close to gang an interview to be a spokesman for a cherry who kick out second antiracism charity in football and i love who i hate racism jailing and i love talking for maybe i could mature into in a the still an element of performance and there's these other things i love and i was close and then comedy for fellow so it's not something i have four about but i think deep down i always knew it was not enough validation being youth worker even though isn't element of performance in that it wouldn't have been enough allegation venus spokesman a hat to have a moment where it was like this is why i created i'm gonna share review and i hope to christ every single one are you likes it that's why you hear so many of us colmec's say i still had everybody and and you what you what they gigging light do three hundred people in two hundred ninety nine of them will often the heads of.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"I am so let the star of let my own movie lie that's how my life is jamming in all the other people to to select cameos he's like cost some of them and then you know really like with able to the table of is that we bill you kill them off in the next samer in our and and i know that fucking people just like you with the same hope some phase and then no better or worse than you there exactly equal about who the they are in ah when i was sacked backstage it on this thing in la shittu to myself about going on tom hanks walked in with his like makeup designer in a knows anyone in that so he just made a beeline for meetings i hail tom yarn i was well how you doing what you name we you work in here bella was subtle can to me is this hanks and you know he he sat in chair with his back to me i thought i'd abby it while he's got his head on the ages carried on ten minutes until the stage magical me to go up warm friendly on the level when i'm not saying this is a showbiz story what i'm saying is i instinctively folk from him that he holds very dearly onto something that he would have learnt as a child from his parents the everyone is a person and no matter who you think you are when you look eyes with the person or you have a physical education with the personally you know come face to face with someone.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"To be fair like i go on a stage for the first time as a professional making making a living from comedy when i was thirty years old jumps and before that i was not famous i was not making a living for job is this i was you know as a youth worker and uh i was running youth projects for kids that's why did not doing that since since i was a teenager myself it is not necessarily wipe away stripped of doing by still found a way to seek them find happiness and enjoy it and found elements of that joke that could make me elated in a way that nothing of done in show business has so really it all comes back again to that decision the you gonna make with yourself a massive that's the that's about being honest with yourself asked by actually stopping bushing yourself one thing comedians a very very good at is bushing of a papal very good it out at the very worst let's say were exceptional liars but that's extreme i think or on on a base level with good at bullshits in people and come that can be dangerous habit because you can start bushing yourself and when that happens you can really lose track of who you are and what you're about and then also how you treat of a people and na thus a slippery slippery slope definitely i've had times in my life were definitely saw started thinking like.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"Videos now there beyond fbi says a very strong point you making yeah maybe that's why yeah i but i am says confrontation on and clatter and i i think my i think one of the reasons that getting upset israel's they they stats noticed my pattern which is when they say something i just screamed louder than that i just i go you know i can go from making of a fair realistic pine and say oh actually sometimes maybe could them maybe possibly be a tendency to maybe terrorists sometimes mostly kind of men and then the uh illegal specific twin larry very good but that will end up being me saying all men are trash because that's where that's what they're reading into that things instead of saying i'm so sorry what i meant was i just go the other direction and joe 'cause you constantly getting pushed into a corner yet an you know if we met with the communication of venture you just have to kick him in the not felt that they cannot they can't think that i am touched by it because the pendants literally do not hang up desmond and it does not at it's annoying because like those the obstacle of because apparently it was a bet mitleh who'd also ridden at sweet about how the terrorists were men and then there is simply an article that said i'm pat mitt learn soviet hagen a deeply embarrassed because it was revealed to them that there are also female terrorists autism my name was yes or you have been funerals in showbiz terms i mean but manila talked to bill as it could mean bet mitleh met up and all of that it was so embarrassing wasn't it with with that roe thing but actually riches rolling around in our six as being likely year people well allows apprised you don't get.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"And then someone sports you on the street i can ifo your dislike this is not the time and again a cab then they're like he's he's like that that's the story that will spread quicker there's no stronger words for the population outside of show business about showbusiness then i heard he's a prick that will flat will travel way foster then obvious she's really really nice sparring or inspiring so you know i just the ugly stays now we're on the bit like well man my own need new friends hugo von meet people in their cool in showbiz outside a serb business than fantastic but if i mean people who've got some light i dunno bugbear or like they want to focus on the negative side you know you do that man i'm like i'm really i'm okay without your input yong zan yeah also feel like that's quite cool thing to say what should have yet yellow that's cool enough leeway to you must you say cooler crew out cool cool not cruel such sinking like i don't do i don't have to do with any ship on social media lie ever and i'm i'm very fortunate i know why that is what i'd not i could maybe i could be more confrontational but you know i schoolfree your twitter and you have to deal with a lot of a lot of ships in our and i'm i have no doubt that this there's a a sort of gender political element to that because people don't like women been to malfeasance as this the way as well in general is having something to say in some of an independent thoughts but yes like that stuff i i just i'm sorry impressed by by you and of the people the engaged without getting up a visibly angry and just like they by away in in clever and funny ways i just i strewn have the is as soon as that happens the idea of a of not 'cause i'm thin skinned book because i just don't have the energy of the energy to argue with.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"Obviously householdname musicians but he knows lied the movie says twenty feet from stardom owes not the guy that people can see bought a had the freedom to live the life nevertheless is from nyc two thousand three up to like early o7 who did you did you worked with a more runsen amy winehouse liliana on a whole bunch of rappers who i guess a household names now example and i ran my own a so if became a kind of high end though of might night but we get like superstars every friday at a record show in la friends run counter b street and yet we had a whole bagger legends in there so is the suv in those circles in on by had same as i am today funnily enough i have not no desire for for fame the doesn't it just doesn't dr meal or move me in has done by love the trappings of it not like the being exploited in the street opium bug by strangers will having stupid i mean like you know just dislike today working in two to this love the venue for the po carson due to light no i awoke in our conceives on ours can be okla astute stand around the mine straight late do from the buzz a hey sophie's is going to be out in a minute can a drink makes of comfortable jemaine that yeah no of a know of a place i woke into to the people discourage either let me get you ev you needs i love that side of things because i'm gonna talk to all and the that's what i live as you get to work with clear hasn't creditor talents on and you learn a lot about on human nature more than more than people outside of show business would believe i think a lot of people outside a show business think you're in some ridiculous bubble you know people often cites meal you probably would know anything about that.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"You look koo koo here you don't service at at so i refer will they go hand in our own hands with light these these dish bags a just have like a a a talent we milk back should he once you start represent and yourself in all these different formats be that you'll you'll material on stage but tv show or even just a photo from a photo shoot your create ing something that other people who look ango so cooler she's done in a i like i want to be a part of somehow i wanna be able to lake be near whoah touch our listen to her gee i mean it's just that that's the nature of the game it that that's how it goes you know soon as you create something as an honest and people consume it happily i'm afraid his kinda cool credits county jail find a disconnect between having been on stage and having been this cool access and then you come home and ula wiping dog crew after every day every day i mean i have children so there's no like set dope with kits per year and there's no who like who come home and i'm just the same old guy so the i don't live like a rock and roll lifestyle and and to be fair i don't have a desire to us was the irony is that i lived lifestyle when nobody knew who i was just wanted to do it has so well he knows a owes a back in singapore wall in um a what with some some pre.

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"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"ben bailey smith" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"You can submit your own active disobedience unmade a few impact also come respond your favorite think please do i love this so i love you all so much as a funny made of your in fact goslow come where you can also by mo patsy shed do that that's fun yup freezin' joe this episode is going to be it's intense it's good home share i think of ben is one of the coolest people ever met and i'm just inspires fuck so please enjoy this episode with the incredible ben bailey smith well at festival for the people who might not know who you are well my name has been daily smith on august comedy fines legal oh comedy funds with lepoqo supporting amused brown which is uh the teenage nicknamed the became a a rapid name when all as well as a duma thing as as as an underground rapper and i just uh has retained if a stand up a really know why it really grates with me i cut much ravages be banned on stage because really i mean that's what the act is in on is not me pretending to be somebody else so i wish i could just be bemba's between late so created a brand and now like that's that's what people pay for it a won't bent so what i was i'm ben wasn't that round someone else like when you're on stage being there brown noise me i mean up indoxo sauce fifteen so it's just another name snl a another personality or anything like that.

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