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"billy elliot" Discussed on The Culture Quest
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"billy elliot" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"A lot of markle's childhood seemed pretty depressing. Obviously there was some secrecy and his family like his dad would be putting my nothing wrong with it. There's no openness. There yarn may like it. It felt like it was was They always hinted that these other was also drinking like he. He grew up. He grew up in the environment where everyone is kind of shamed by who they are even his father were just supposed to be like manley role model but there was a sane way he was there a same where he was also like drinking as well and he got gave a bit to billy. Yeah you stole a bottle of alcohol from from his father's cabinet and billy said would notice it and says now there's plenty he'll he never notices. Yeah i dunno it. Just saying like this weird thing to put in the because he did not seem like he was obviously he just felt like he wasn't parented promptly. You know what i mean like. He felt like his parents always doing stuff putting on makeup drinking and stuff like he was just sort of markle honestly just. He felt like he was like a stray cat. Like just like just out there kissing boys and stuff like that like it felt like he didn't have a really regimented. Sorta schedule word. I think with no one was there to care for him. Yeah it felt a we that he went from that to being this really like put together a self-confident person at the end of the film. Which is a great thing. Says we say the seeds of that really you know reminded me of. He really reminded me of What's his name. Plato from rebel without a cause. Same kind of thing no parent to round. Yeah yeah actually except here. He really is gay. An interesting comparison. You're just gonna be like yeah reminds me of player and just not say from that. Of course i was like i really read that on but never met a book. I think we we mentioned that before. Enders game by orson scott card. I i know i could put an image in my head but not really. Don't watch the movie just as the book. But what's interesting is that there. It's a whole it's a whole story but there's another book that the same author wrote a couple of years later called anders shadow and basically follows his sidekick but you actually realize in that book that everything that happened was kind of like pushed in the shadows by by that side. Character called. Been who orchestrated everything. I would love to watch a movie. That shows how actually michael is the hero of billy elliot and he orchestrated everything. And he's actually you know he's doing it out of love to billy but he knows that he can't have him but he still wants him to be happy to fulfill himself and being the hero of his own life and that would come out really nicely with with the ending of him going to the london. Alethia there that and watching how his actions can to four in the success of bill. Hey was secretly funneling. The miners information strives politics. The whole the whole movie could've been fun. We should go out tonight. I would be a good day leaving the lights on. that'd be very earlier. that day. He goes to see billy's. Dan wouldn't be fun to go drinking with your pals come back until eleven him with different ideas all the non alcoholic beer show. Yeah all in all. This is good movie. It's well made. It's not too long. it's not too short. Great acting as we all agree. Say that now that we talk about it. I actually see even more beautiful size of it. You know how everything is kind of build to show how. How much is stories special. You know even if there are some gaps. I think that there are really minor ones and the overall experience of the film is pretty magnificent. So all in all i'm i'm i really enjoyed the experience. I'm just gonna say this is the best film set in scotland in nineteen eighty-four about for sure. I'm not even sure. If scotland never mind our challenge. It was a good film Is i said stop. It was a slow one for me to get into a little bit. Because there's no you're like war aliens aiding and and By the sometimes character-driven films. I like that united like you can't start a film with all the characters and they might have patience. You need to build them up and Honestly i do really great job this. There's no real shortcuts. They took to build up character. Light they just they did enough had enough screen time with everyone service each character in the the plot and yet there's a few different on going on maybe they didn't address the monning thing like they either address tremont joe not enough for like a sort of in between zion but besides that like it's pretty good film like it's not much she can really could take it's They didn't try to do work miracles. But i just wanted to have a pretty comprehensive look at some of the stereotypes of people In nineteen eighty four and Yeah it's really well done film. I think and it's not even that long. It's like an hour and forty minutes. I really enjoyed the movie. I felt like it was like a small movie with a lot of heart and personality. Like i said everyone. I mentioned the movie to in the last couple of weeks. They talked with a few people about the movie. Everyone's face can lit up when i mentioned the movie. A few people told me that was one of their kind of favorites and people told me that. I should have told them that. I'm watching the movie so they could join me. And i can see why i really liked this movie. I can see myself like coming back to it in the future. I plan to listen to the soundtrack. Maybe i don't know why. I thought it was fun during the movie. And there's a few songs there that i want to find out what they are. I i i missed the fact that it's setting nineteen eighty-four and i just kind of took it for granted that everything looked old. But then after. I watch a movie i i went into youtube. I saw you kind of explanatory videos about nineteen eighty-four about the coal miners strike. And everything. i kinda took a dive into the history of the thing. The background of the movie Or the setting of the movie. And i thought it was really interesting I i heard about that sometimes in the past. I don't remember when i heard about the one thousand nine hundred four thing. It's the whole margaret thatcher thing. It was a good opportunity to go back. And and kinda learn about that period of time so all in all pretty good movie we do with the end of each step of our quest. We're going to take a vote. That will decide whether or not billy elliot has a place in the quarter quest essentials guide aka the quake. We will vote with a gentlemanly tip of the hat or an ominous stroke of the masters for me in the vote must be animus in order for it to pass borrow. Take it away I am going to teach my hat tip of tip of chitter Sorry i was a little bit on the fence whilst watching and also whilst recording this episode but In summary a i think i'm gonna tip my hat..
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"I was scared of. Billy's dad like a fellow was not doing something wrong when he found out that bill was dancing. And i was scared of of tony like throughout the movie. And i felt like there was nothing at all. That could make tony allen. And billy's father who i don't think has a name throughout the movie. I think there was anything that would change their minds. You know. I felt trapped in those scenes in billy's family home. I felt like tony's probation about the whole strike situation and that i think the acting throughout the movie was amazing. Like you mentioned about billy and how you can feel him loosening up while he was dancing and i thought that the movie storyline wasn't anything to special but the characters in how you could empathize with them. And how you feel everything. They felt made the movie work amazingly like indie ending. I was so sad. Saying goodbye to. Tony is if i think by tony as billy was getting on that bus and i was so surprised by that because throughout the movie i was so frayed of him. You know. I didn't want anything to do with him. I it worked so well. I thought yeah. He's his acting when he was in the sort of like the ballet academy just watching the girls and like just what the hell is this and playing like it's like fiddling with the the cop trie and stuff like that and it's just great acting or he just felt like absolutely out of place i loved. Bill is that like i could understand. Maybe not agree but understand everything he did throughout the movie. I just loved him. The the scene. After we went back to work and confronts tony like when when they break down and cry together. A was heartbreaking. I love that. I love the actor. His name hair like even on the bus when the eggs was that just looks like really uncomfortable. Yeah and you really really puts you in his shoes. Yeah no the acting was just so well done amazing amazing stuff. I thought. What did you guys think of the What what would you call it. The coda the last scene we we see that his accepted to school. And then we see a seen a few years into the future. Where his the lead denser in swan lake in the big city and you know we talked about both both his father and brother come to see him perform and like what did you think of that of that scene of the whole ending g like like seems like i. I usually don't like it when you see because it's much more than enough to just say he's made it. He's he's he's made it into the school and the rest is doesn't have to be told i don't know what would you think about it. I don't know if i really liked those scenes in general not i guess i'd have to reflect on a bit more by. I didn't really lock this one. Honestly i think i missed the about him being the lead. I assumed he was. Obviously if someone says like you know tell billy elliot his family's Veterans be like the fox at obviously like a swan number three those people. Wouldn't i every person that was on on that stage. News sort of leading. But i don't know it just felt like a little bit too random like have they seen this whole time or if they have why this play like it would've been nice if they just put more thought into what plays going to like. Try to make it tie in something else. Maybe did when there were. What's her name. Mrs wilkins him about swan lake when they were on the barge when when she drove him home one. Oh yeah but that's okay enough know. Yeah i guess that's enough point but it's just it's still felt a bit gave us a lot intended. We know what he looks. Li- are like the other two Unless it gave us a low intensity that but it was. It didn't really add anything. It just sort of was like oh well everything you thought would happen just tap. Yeah exactly you know what i mean. Nothing nothing else happened like if we saw him and he was like an amputee or something like that. Oh wow i happened. Or if his brother came buddies dad dad passed away. That would've been interesting. Yeah you know a thousand different things could have been done but it just felt like it was a lot of f it for something that just didn't actually change the film at all. Didn't add any meeting. Yeah like. I'm obviously happy. That he made it and then he became successful and his family accepted him. And everything i can. I don't think that lesson helped pushing that idea any further than the movie did without it. But maybe maybe the only thing that it does add. That isn't there. Otherwise is to actually see tony and their father having a reason to leave the town to leave like the. They didn't outgrow their simple lives. You know they're still coal miners from everington. But the have a reason to go to the big city now into to enjoy some culture or whatever. I don't know maybe that's a happy ending. I dunno. yeah no well. We didn't really talk about the relationship with michael. The hoof little boy has talk about him. I don't have too much to say about him. I think. I think like you don't have a lot to say about him. But his from the storytelling perspective. His very important character. It's kind of like it's kind of you know the movie. Emphasizing dancing has nothing to do with your actual preference. Yeah that's that's a good point. Yeah because he's just like oh it's great. I like you. You know like you are right now. He's you know like your your baddeck fillers ain't right 'cause you dance and it's like what the hell man it was good to separate it like it's not just you can do what you want in our in adult you'd have to like put yourself in a ball that's strange He he honestly was a bit of k A sacrifice just to make that point because he's character wasn't if you actually look at his character like at the end it made him same like you know he was really like i wouldn't miss this for the world like it. Felt like he was with him the whole way in the actual movie. It was weird because it was like. Aw here they likes me because he thinks i'm gay and i'm not yet then. It was like oh. That's cool like it's like overlook the massive issue. I guess there are in the twelve but like that's a big deal like i think someone's only that way because you know no we're friends because like it started with them being friends and it attended that michael fancied bill but i also think that at the end when you see him. It's like i understood that. He he came to a theater with like with his Partner respo- friend and that was part of the happy ending. That billy gave courage to michael as well to to be true to his to himself and going point. Yeah no i agree with that. actually if you're the expert on michael tell me wanted.
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"You said harry up but his dad he's not as he's still quite opinionated but he's not as opinionated and almost gets swept up in the things he got swept up in the whole masculine sort of thing of where he's from because he's like a country bumpkin pretty much and then when he goes to london he swept up in that you know what i mean like it. He's like a person that like seems very stuck in Dan actually in they just. Because that's their anything. Ignores you know what i mean like. He's not like he's saying everything and he's just going. Yep this is who i want to be like. He's he's just hasn't experienced like a whole range of thing. Yeah did you feel like they should have established. Billy's connection with dancing some more throughout the movie. Because i mean he basically stumbles into that dancing class and we see that he's having fun and he's practicing at home and stuff but there's not like one big life changing moment in. Which realizes is that. This is what he wants to do. I think i think they're showing it right from the beginning that he always have a very special way of physically expressing himself Feel the foam starts with him putting music and jumping in the trampoline or something and doing this weird moves and stuff. The movie also ends like that. And i think that even the part where you seem to the to the boxing class like he's very energetic. I love that part. Were either there yelling at him. Don't just stand her box in his like falling on the ropes and jumping around. Do you think the movie missed. Like one specific like turning point where he kind of. Because like at the scene where mrs wilkinson. He's at billy's family's house and she's fighting with donny. About bill is future. And billy says he's screaming from the living room or something. I don't want childhood. I wanna be a ballet denser. And i myself then realize how committed he was and how much you wanted like remember thinking okay that clarifies bill intentions up until then i still kind of thought that his having fun with about a ballet and everything but he might quit like kids. They're potentially that. It would have been good to have like. He had the same stole the book from from that boss thing which is a very odd thing but it would be nice to have a few more like see some straight with Who's like a professional. I guess it would be professionals from ways from but you see someone tv and like you know just a few more days things. I don't think it needed like a major event but probably a few more lace things would have been good. I gotta say that here. I disagree with you. I think i think it was actually built really really good. Because even if i put aside the fact that he has a passion for for moving in expressing himself like from the beginning of the movie he fucks up everything he does. He supposed to look after his nanny. He loses her. He's supposed to box getting punched in the face and he falls everything. Tries is trying to do. He sucks at the moment that he goes that he accidentally getting that ballet class. He starts doing well and he is actually being used as a his getting his first complement of the arch of his leg or something actually finding himself in a way that that he never did in any other place in his life. Yeah yeah. I don't necessarily think the had to have like want specific point where he says. This is what i wanna do. I kind of agree. I think what's very interesting about. This is that not only. Billy finds the place where where he belongs but is actually the only character does. Everyone else is just incredibly miserable. Maybe not miss. I don't if miserable is the right word is excitement and realization with bolaise is very noticeable. It's like a ray of sunshine in a very cloudy day. He was like a park in the darkness of that town. Like when he leaves and he says goodbye to everyone and then he leaves and like you see mrs wilkinson. And she's not van happy. I'm sure she was happy for him. But you see a shot of her in that dark jim and she's alone and you see tony and bill is father going down into the mine and you see michael His gay friends left behind. And it's of like everyone's going back to their simple life. The excitement of billy and the fact that he's made it into the school kind of over for everyone. It's kind of sad you get the feeling that he escaped all of that. Yeah but yeah. It's a bit. It's a bit sad. It's it's a very interesting movie in in that kind of way. What do we think about the actual ballet. Because obviously i've no experience with non. What's what the data saying right. Yeah ask him about what does it think about. Bullard experience with my neck's which is correct. Good not lying at the start. It was sorry about it was just like you. Raise your hand and all this stuff. I was a boy and then honestly like when when. Billy's doing more of like the improv. Even when he does like the actual scripted stuff. Light his his dance at the end. Like it looks so fluid. It looked right. He has like personality. You kind of loose buddies also sort of got this no awkwardness. But i don't like how to describe it but he's got the freedom of movement. He's got a really free movement. You know what i mean honestly looks great like the had to look it up but the kid had Ballet training as a kid. So sort of kamini billy elliot. He really did bring it to the role. Sorry ma honestly. I have no idea for his. I would actually be good enough. I'm sure people nowadays like super good because people raise kids with the intention of creating okkas don l. Know like he did same very capable. Yeah his the ones where he does like the chuck at a name but appear wet like the circles. He seem soya. Balance that patta beret. I don't know if he pulled it. I'm he just seemed like like just amazing sort of balancing greis like he was great and i don't think the actor actually like isabella dancer anymore. And he's sort of more of an actor but authorities awesome. I i have to say. I loved the dancing scene with mrs wilkinson into gym with their dentist. This rock song oldie song. I don't remember which one and i love to boogie. Yeah yeah that one. And the one where. He's angry at his family and everything and like his dancing. Starts sensing in that bathroom or something. I don't toilet or whatever it was and then his dancing in the street. I thought it was great but in the last edition wasn't sure if is dancing was like really well done or if it's just jumping around and and making noises like it seemed like it was just throwing his body around actually like the lash stance. I was really nervous. Because i doesn't look comfortable. No and he started off and it was kind laurie k. And then i remember like once he got into it a little bit more there was like this change and it was weightless because obviously wasn't speaking jury but jesse's body movements became much more confident when not even confident just like free not like lower inhibitions and stuff and that's what i mean by like the acting like the acting like they didn't have to do some stupid saying where he did this big date breath or like side it was just as subtle as him. Loosening up just it just really and like that's just great acting. I faked that no. I totally totally agree. Elect there are movies in which get the motivations of the characters and like why. They're acting as their acting and our movies in which you feel their motivations and everything like when billy was dancing could feel his tension loosening and math. Rather i two thirds of the movie..
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"Like bill is mom died and he doesn't have his job and the basically live on welfare and he kind of forgot that he has a kid at home that you know he's growing up and i thought that at that moment he just kind of sobered up and kind of saw the he has. You don't nurture billy so all in all you liked it. Yeah it's a it's a good experience is definitely worth a watch. I i remember how everyone loved the movie when it came out i think were around twelve and like i said i didn't want to watch this movie when it came out because it was a ballet movie which is dumb but i was twelve so I remember how people talked about the the movie. Based on that. I had a feeling i would like it and then when when the movie started when i watched it i saw it. It was a working title films movie in had the working title films logo at the beginning of the movie. And i don't know if you know them but there are a british film production company a few movies that they've made our fargo. The big lebowski bridget. Jones's diary notting hill for weddings and a funeral. Well liked movies that you know they always have this kind of light personality thing to them like they always discuss bigger things. They always have like this depth to them but there are always light and funny and elegant. I really love those. And i myself have recognized the the the working title films named from a few movies that i really like which are shaun of the dead hot fuzz and world's end aka the cornell trilogy just great movies and all of these movies like i said they have this very elegant approach to storytelling. The all are very relatable charismatic characters. So when i saw the title on the movie i knew i was in for something good and the movie had that kind of charm you know the characters are all weird but fun. Maybe not tony and bill is father but froth movie like billy and his friend and that debbie kid. They're all kind of weird and fun and that there's something about them. The main plot of the movie the main plot points or mostly what should expect by the summary of the plot. I know peter. You knew said the opposite of that but i felt like by the kind of summary of the plot. You can get the whole movie. I thought but still the the bad thing. Because i thought that the movie had quite a few layers to it. You know it's a really interesting story. Characters feel real. The dancing are amazing. They they talk about a lot of different things like michael's character in debbie's character. They'll bring up a lot of things to think about. I really loved the the dancing sins. Especially the ones with the bill in mrs wilkinson. When they're dancing in the gym. And the one with billie dancing. After mrs wilkinson and tony billy's brother have a fight over him Both of those things were just really really phone. I thought the movie as a whole was charming. I'll bring the acting up a little later. But i thought everyone was great in one less thing i have to say. This is one of the movies. I'm sorry of missed when i was twelve when it came out I think it would have been one of my favorites. Let me let me ask you this. I feel like this movie had a lot to say. Every character had something to teach us something to show. I find it a bit hard to say. What the movie as a whole trying to say. You know what. I was supposed to take away from this movie. It feels like a small movie. Maybe it didn't have something too big to take away from it. So maybe i'm looking too deeply into it. But what did you think was the most important point the film what. What was the film actually trying say. I think to summarize it. Maybe don't let pride get in the way of doing something great Yeah i like that. Because i'm thinking about billy conn of was like well you know i don't want after where all that stuff and like people will see me and stuff and he goes over that pretty quick but his dad had of that like scottish pride where he didn't want his son to be involved in and also something i stood on the stand for the movie really was the strike about the mining and stuff. You had a lot of pride. And i think he was an ex one to cromwell really from from that perspective. Where he he just stopped picketing he was not at the picket fence. So that's why. I think that was four shattering a little bit. When when when he led his guy down there. I feel like he was opened up a little bit and all it took his drunken not and then he would say it differently and then lost was tiny. He always stuck his know. He didn't want to budge on the mining issue. And i'm i'm actually drawing a blank. But did he come around the same time as debt did was he later. 'cause i brought by the end oviously. He was friends with his brother. I think much later i remember. His father went back to work. Yeah oh yeah. I do remember that. Now that's right. Yeah so I feel like he was the my stop and then his father was slightly less stubborn. Billy was just like any took a matter of days weights. Should've except that he locked like something and i say billy's relationship with his father was the most most important one in the film's. Yeah i think. I think you have a point if you actually fill or like shoot the film slightly differently. It could actually a film about billy's dad and having the loss of his wife and then he bit of prick for like you know it wouldn't have even made it would have probably five years or something I could've checked the date on on the tombstone starting to fighting but But say five years. He's just an absolute prick. He has this mining thing that they could have shown a bit more of that and then suddenly like almost like it wasn't even a conscious decision. He was like moved by like forces around him to actually kind of say billion a different light and say this is a great idea and stuff and even are like there was still a lot of pressure like that. Was they still had money problems. And all this stuff this was almost redemption and then sorry assuming. His mother was a really great person and she married this guy shula. He was a great guy for his whole life. And then he had this five year period where he's acidic then from then on same's going to his sons shore he was in the minds who is his his other son like. It could honestly bay just a film about him but the fact that it was filmed from a young kids perspective. You're great. what do you think caused them to to be more open to village choice to dance. It's going to be like a really bad answer. But was it the fact that he was so drunk. Like you. just lower your inhibitions of it. Just before he went in. He's like you know his his friend counter remember his name. He says he's just like you know you're going to want to say this. And just before that he had his head against the wall is basically a slave it just like that was probably not over for him and then you know he was just sorry drying so exhausted maybe he just didn't have the will to sort of like put up his defenses and then once he actually sourced son having fun and the other poof with is was just like you know. Actually it's not that bad. Maybe that's it. I don't know maybe it was drunk. Maybe was missing his wife and he knew that his wife would approve. Bill is yeah they just made this such a big deal about him being drunk. You know there was just too many shots of his his drunkenness. That to be a coincidence notice it. Yeah because i want to sleep. The factory was drunk all night. This is this is going to be bad. But because i put an emphasis on our look he's drunk you know. He probably wouldn't have done this when he was so but then when they complete opposite direction so he was kind of a very simple guy you know he was he never left town he never been to london and never saw like a big city he was he was just focused on mining was focused on his job in raising the family. He never needed anything else. You never thought about. Am i happy not happy. I don't know. Maybe maybe saw chance and billy to billy do something great attach. I really liked that. They didn't have to put in there. But when in the flesh ford sane where there were going to see him perform his his brother. is like come on. Let's do it. Let's let's gar gonna be light and his dad is always lack. What is this place like. Oh my god this new city and it was great because it just showed that like his brother was always more. What would you say lot hotline. Like in the in in the mining fight he was always like very driven. It was great because it was like. Oh well now he's driven about something else you know. He wants to see his brother so badly that he he's like leading his dad. You know he's like telling..
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"So today. We're discussing billy elliot. A british movie from the year. Two thousand directed by stephen daldry starring. Jamie bell is billy elliot. The movie is set in nineteen eighty-four. Billy is the son of a coalminer. He and his family his family living in everington a little coal miners. Down during the nineteen eighty-four coal miners strike by skiff. Fifteen minutes news. If you wanna get so. Billy is a young kind of average teenager. He doesn't seem to be too popular or anything and he's comically bad boxing and one day. He finds himself kind of joining ballet lesson. He didn't mean to take part in. La and ballet. Billy well he's not too good at it or anything. He decides to come back the next week instead of going to boxing class and after a class or to the ballet class teacher mrs wilkinson i think was her name. She says potential in billy and she encourages him to keep coming to ballet and she's thinking about signing him additions to the royal ballet school and obviously that plan is cut short when bill is dad. Who's who's under the pressure of trying to run the family without his wife who who's best away the last year and he's also on strike from his combing mining job and he had some point finds out that bill is been missing his boxing classes. He goes to checking on billy and finds him dancing ballet and obviously he doesn't ticket to well his not that kind of progressive kind of guy and he loses his mind. He bands build from dancing. And mrs wilkinson she she like. I said she sees a lot of potential in billy so she decides to give billy private lessons and to take him to the addition herself and obviously throughout the movie. The strike is getting worse. The pressure on bill is families getting harder and harder to deal with Billy's older brother. Tony he becomes kind of one of the more extreme activists and he gets in trouble. Which makes billy mris addition and throughout the movie. Billy's training for the addition he discovers his best friend. Michael is in the closet. And that even mrs wilkinson or the wilkinson family. They have their own problems even though these seemed to have this perfect life and then his dad discovers it has been Dancing behind his back but instead of losing his mind he recognizes billy's talents this time he he actually changes his mind. He makes sure that bill is going back to dancing and against all he stands for goes back to work even though the strike is still on just to be able to fund bill trip to the audition in london and suddenly bill is family and it seems like the whole town is supporting of bilas dream of becoming a ballet dancer. I'll not go go over the ending though. I'm sure we'll mentioned it in a bit so as usual guys. Let's start with our general thoughts. What you guys think of the movie. How was the experience of watching. Billy elliot for you So this movie by yeah it was Because obviously i didn't. I guess before i watched i didn't really know it was sitting on a four because i just all that i knew it was came out in two thousand and i thought wow this looks like a really old film for two thousand like aged poli but i guess like hasn't it just it was set. You know fifteen years prior And honestly i fist hof maybe fifth to a half okay. I thought the acting was very good and the story was okay. But i didn't really feel i had any agency to to the film and then it kind of had a bit of a slow third in the middle and then i guess maybe just the lost hof like picked up for me and there was sort of like obviously the change Billy's dad just essentially changed his mind Ability the dance in the What would you coach gymnasium. Because before that he was like really drunk and i was like. Oh this isn't gonna guy. Well this is where he goes to jail or something like that. And then just changed course and i did not say that most movies. You kind of guess where it's going like for better or worse you know what i mean but this one i did not say coming. I thought why one of the better twist it wasn't like a monitoring say the twists but it's not like somebody's way The twist like sutton like shutter island door this six cents or something like that. It's just this was more of just a change in direction of film and it was just so good and yeah i honestly on the hallway actually really enjoyed it. It was just like just took me the fist hour to really get into it. And the acting is superb. I'm not sure if you guys now but the person who plays musicians. And she's molly weasley in harry potter s psycho is. Yeah oh recognize her yen. Then kind of bari. Right now when someone told me that that was the coin like it collects. She's got a genuine reaction while she was great once said that i sit entire movie differently. Same here what did you think of the movie. Bio i liked it. I liked it It's a different paced movie. No it's it's from a while back and still still holds up and the acting is definitely a one of the of the main things here. The actor that played bella jamie bell. Yeah like i never actually thought that a kid can can act that. Well we was amazing. Yeah good job but but the father and and miss fan me. Spotter miss There were both really. Yeah like i guess you know. The whole acting was to be very introverted people but that worked because in the sense that they had like emotional things where where everything kinda like bobbled the surface. It was very noticeable that they did They did a good job. I agree with you. Pick the the change in the the twist where his father like appreciates his skills. It's it's it was a bit out of the blue really. Yeah i don't know it's it's kinda like i'm not sure if it was like you know. Imagine imagine that you have very strong negative feelings about that kind of thing. It adjusts caught your kid with another kid with a two two in the gym. And they're just fooling around and even though like you're seeing that your kid can dance like it's really like two steps forward thinking saying okay now in a position where i can actually appreciate what i'm seeing so that was a bit of a of a weird move. Yeah it is. It is a bit of a leap to tell in terms of Hot intended. But i just kind of imagined him you know he was so concentrated on the strike and on keeping his family going like they were in such a bad situation in terms of everything..
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"People there that you don't really know any bit awkward conversations a bit slow and everyone's a bit tense and you pull out a beer and everyone's looking at you like oh okay cool. This evening is is starting to get better and people are thinking. Where can i get a beer. And you're like no no no. It's alcohol free beer pointing. I promise you'll get weird. Looks that that's just guaranteed. I'm not going to remember that guy's name he's would just be known as the guy got into non alcoholic but i think the weirdest place has to be when you're driving right. I mean especially if you're alone in the car. Yeah but they had an ad in australia. That that's exactly what was going to say. Yeah there's an ad here in israel going right now like now you can drink while you're driving and i don't know i guess technically now you can behold wants to do that. I mean maybe it's just me but have you ever found yourself driving like say on the way home from work or something and thinking man. I can't even wait one more minute to start drinking. Never had that. If you have if you have the a problem maybe my contend out my are well you could do it at the gym was something but no one's having coker anything at the gym. Sorry is bit unfair so somewhere where you could faiza have kirk but you wouldn't have alcohol-free is like a university library. Everyone's like studying and stuff and you crack out an alcoholic. Just the fact. You need a borough. I this terrible and especially when you going through textbooks and stuff clearly like cramming may no one's ever not cramming anymore but you know like the fact that you need to get something done by any time you to get something done is not basically unless you're fixing car. Never the solution is never to crack. You have a couple of textbooks in front of you have a laptop. You have a pencil behind your ear in a couple of empty bottles at the corner of the table just doesn't belong there yet. We're getting getting to work and then start to get waste waste. You're you're not reading the situation. Correct my friend like nine. Am just said down at your desk. Correct open a beer. Call your boss sitting down with your grandparents then no actually my opening up. Would you open a beer with your grandparents. I myself probably not. But i can see people do that. Yeah period so probably not would you. Would you open a beer in a graveyard. Honestly i'm almost levering graveyards honestly not unless with craft beer and aided not just then you have to check is yours. The non non-alcoholic one. I feel like via sort of like as soon as songcraft. Cbs just like everything's off limb. Everything's on limits. Offline on the at once a cross that line. Everything's on limit. This is the tile like everyone grab a footer. you kick it around and if you're doing a graveyard it's like. Uv cracking a beer outside. Like whoever your sort of nia in the graveyard but then as soon as you're walking out you'll walking past ever else and it's just out. Sorry i like system is awkward situation. Change pay what is the most awesome place to crack and alcohol for euboea way you could just how bitches and i guess you could say maybe like a traffic stop. Yeah i have the windows down. You have some loud music going bundling your hand right outside the window stopping it like a red light you get pulled over. Cop comes to and then your life worry. It's not certainly. What about your university. Lecturer rocks up a big bag of falls and then just as he starts his His lecture just cracks craxton known al car. It's pretty good. I respect that would respect that. I'd also be like looking to change your i still. I can't think of a really cool place to have like a non alcoholic beer like something somewhere where people envious of you. What about if you like the lead surgeon that 'cause i'm pretty sure if you're the surgeon you don't pick up your drink. I sat on holds it. Someone would have to help will be. Don't worry it's not you come to your patient preoccupied. And you're back on your tray with women spitballing waiting. Would that be kosher or not. This honestly it's not a bad idea. No it's not gonna say if we're saying that the main advantage is associated to older experience there that might be a thin line can guy like snorting aspirin like coke guys old habits. I just i just like the ritual about the high just like snorting.
"billy elliot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Film. What'd you think about this super excited based on this review. I know it had won a lot of stuff. But that doesn't necessarily mean that we would get excited base. You know because. I think a lot of those times you get there. And they're very sentimental and this one was not. This one seemed to have a really good amount of humor and conflict with the characters. And you know. Obviously there's the love between the daughter who can here and the rest of the family who is deaf and it just seemed like it just seems like the way they handle their dynamics with you know being on the level with it and not being afraid to make fun of it or joke about it is it seems great. It looks like it's going to be great absolutely. I'm really looking forward to it. What do you got for some pieces. Here what do i ever pieces. Well immediately i thought of one of my favorite sub genres because this is a blue collar family. And there's someone with a talent who the rest of the family can relate to but yet they have to kind of support it and that is that kind of british blue collar like we're no working town. You're just gonna work in the mines or factories with the rest of us. And then billy elliot says but i wanna dance father right and i love those movies. They're so good. And billy elliot is the best of the bunch like that's a. That's almost a perfect movie to me. So yeah i. If you haven't seen it i feel like you know. That movie was gained such Fame and It was so beloved. And then they did the broadway show now. Maybe it's kind of under the radar again. So go watch. Billy elliot mr holland's opus was my other one. Because he's a music teacher with a deaf son and he asked to find a way to relate to him through his craft. Awesome well starring sir. Richard drank this of course to go along with your billy. Elliot with the description of that sub-genre. I thought of fighting with my family a movie that i actually never saw before but this is a similar kind of like family doesn't understand this thing that you've got a passion for wait a second. Why wouldn't that family understand that if that entire family is all wrestlers is that how it works out say i. I've never actually seen the movie. But in in my recollection of that trailer. I thought that they didn't get it. Or whatever and they all wrestlers and they all come from wrestling family and she becomes like a wwe star in. The brother doesn't okay bam bam thank you from the records say brassed off about the british band who like blue work. Blue collar workers who wants to go to competition but But why you say brass's off i. I don't know what that is so what fighting with my family is either. Apparently i failed absolutely failed. So yeah i have one other one to throw in here and it's a very different thing The the tv series on free form called switched at birth. That i only saw because gina was watching it but about two families where the kids are switched at birth and they get to know each other and they form a friendship and one of them is deaf and The kind of the dynamics of that relationship and friendship and also the fact that she is going off to college and leaving the family. And so there's like a lot of those same kind of family like empty nest kind of dynamics going on as well as dealing with With the deaf character in you know really well put together away gina. Drink a lot of wine. She occasionally. Yeah i feel like by her viewing habits they would all involve just pictures of wine. Sure they're even know what to say on to our next movie. It's don't breathe to. It's coming to theaters on august thirteenth feddie alvarez sequel to don't breathe which is a movie that's come up here piecing it together. A lot as puzzle pieces Starring stephen laying in the original. These teens broke into his house and he just one by one takes him out. He's as old blind guy but he's able to just take them all out. There's a big twist ending for those who haven't seen it. I mean you kind of have to know it watching this trailer day. He's kind of set up at the end to be like this monster of a character and now he sort of the good guy in this one which is a very weird very strange twist to do with a sequel. But what'd you think about this so tell me you saw the first one right. Yeah i did not. Obviously that's not my type of movie but that doesn't mean that i wouldn't go see. I actually thought this was a good trailer like this. If i was going to see something like this this would this was very effective trailer for that type of thing. And i you know didn't know the relationships but i mean you know this is that you know hey. We home invaded the wrong home and now bad good good guy. Bad guy is gonna murder beat us all the death right absolutely. Yeah so i was trying to think of you know having not seen the first one and having those elements of supernatural. They brought me back to one of our favorite Nicholas cage movies of the of the recent years which is not a home invasion although it isn't invasion of sorts which is color out of space I thought that was one and then they do. Set up this character as kind of like you know. I'm just an average guy. China you know. Just have an average life with my i guess. I don't know if it's his granddaughter. Whoever right but And then he's got like a past where he can just do murderers on everyone. And that's nobody which comes up a lot between me and you this this year. Sure absolutely i thought you were going to go with mandy. as the nicholas cage movie executives kind of a home invasion You know and then he goes nuts on them so but yeah definitely with both of those pieces. I'm gonna go with terminator two because the bad guy From the original turns out to be the good guy this time around so nice piece there you go and then i also thought of David gordon green's halloween reboot because it seems like in the years leading up to this new installment in the halloween series. Jamie lee curtis his characters become like obsessed with the idea of home security and being able to survive another attack in in teaching her daughter how to survive. If if something was to happen. So just that whole obsessive nece with home security. that was baked into that reboot. David is this. A good move is the first one good. I love the first one. Yeah i think it's it's one of the best like horror ish. It's not specifically a horror movie. I mean it is a little bit scary and it's definitely a lot of people dying but it's more like attention type movie and i just think it's really well done. That's good. i mean. I like those types of movies more than just straight horror movie so it does sound fun. Yeah absolutely next. Up is the protege come into theaters august twentieth and directed by martin campbell who did casino royale goldeneye foreigner Jackie chan stars michael. Keaton samuel jackson maggie q and it looks like a pretty straightforward. Just action assassin thriller. Where the the trained assassin trained her whole life has to now go up.
"billy elliot" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"billy elliot" Discussed on KGO 810
"From about What's wrong with that? Specifically, no Definitely don't I used to go to Bali. See The Amana For girls not for lied spelling. Lads do football or Boxing. Wrasslin. Not friggin Bali. Oh, I love that. I love and I can't tell you the secret When I was a kid, I went to ballet class, not for very long. But I loved anyway, Tell you only went to meet the girls down. Don't try to kid us, But yeah, but, you know, Gary Lewis plays the dad in this film, and he is brilliant. It is a wonderful film from 2000 called Billy Elliot and this boy he really wants his seven. This is set during the 1984 minus strike its working class England and you really get a sense of unions and fighting against you know the bosses and it's got a lot of politics and it Anyway, This young boy is only 11 and he really wants that. You know he would like to dance, but his father wants him to learn boxing, and it's just brilliantly done, Billy Elliot, and it's very uplifting at the end. My guest, The incomparable the Amazing Jan Wall, she sings in the rain. She waltzes through life. She is well, she's and she's never had a hard knock because she's so great when we come back. How did you like the way integrated all that? OK, don't know Jack about the hard lives not okay When we come back, we have more films, many more people with observations..
"billy elliot" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Yeah. We'll mentioned a bunch of songs this. This one was one. You signed up for a long time ago. You wanted to be my co-host for this episode. Obviously your big bruce springsteen fan <hes> did you. Did you ever expect for <hes> this to be the bruce springsteen movie though it was going to happen. Did i expect for it no but there's so many kind of books about bruce springsteen springsteen and how he's affected. People's lives documentaries that that it doesn't surprise me that you know this. This one happens to be about a pakistani imigran grin in working class england in the eighties and that's the that to bruce spoke to you know yeah sure. Why not you know that's that's the point of his music is that it speaks to so many people no matter what background you have just yearning for for more for something more yeah those universal like themes of his music or exactly what the movie is a vow and and i find it we'll get into as we get into some of the puzzle pieces and everything but the movie is about so much more than just you know bruce springsteen's as music i mean it absolutely can be read just about the music and then it could be just about him as a writer in connecting with other writers and it could be about you know one thing i noticed before even get into puzzle pieces. I'm looking at my pieces and i'm realizing i didn't even like touch on like the themes of racism in the country and how that parallels today and everything started there is that is one of the interesting things about men. How spot on is this movie from. That was you you know in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. What's going on today in america britain you so that's a sad state of affairs cheryl's. The more things change the more they stay the same now i was looking. I didn't put it as one of my puzzle pieces but something like this is england which goes over the schism of the skinhead music ah movement from like hey we're cool reggae guys to hey we're horrible nazis that that would have been a movie that would fit in that puzzle puzzle piece is sure absolutely well. Why don't we jump in some puzzle pieces. What do you got for your first one so look. There's a number of ways. I broke this down. <hes> <hes> one one thing i wanted to leave out where these jukebox musicals that are like super trendy right now but you mean rhapsody yesterday stuff like that where it's just like. Here's a story of an artist and we're back rounding it or most of the story through their music with them. Singing i may mention in a couple the only for specific reasons okay that's fair. I left those out because this isn't a story about bruce springsteen because i know that the the film maker who i'm gonna let you pronounce yeah gun render chadha. I don't know if you did it anyway. She specifically typically said like look. We're not trying to make that we're trying to make a story and we're going to have the music <hes> elevate story showing so with that. I had a movie british movie about a young fella who's trying to do better who also involves loves music and billy elliot one of my favorite films of all time. I love this movie. I'll cry at it every single time. Oh you're you're you're dead. Mom wrote you a note. Let's read it out loud so jason cried whoever's watching but you know that's the story of again a working class family dad. I'm trying to raise his kids in england where the economy has just crushed him and billy elliot has the talent of ballet l._a. And his much like the main character here billy..
"billy elliot" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"Minute. There's there's the movie coming out about him without western stars and now there's all these rumors about a box set november <hes> and then possibly you know something new happening thing. It's always like in a twelve month period. It's it's gotta be the most active he's ever been. <hes> and i'm like so so let's let's. Let's find a way to celebrate the so the long short of it is <hes> and then you know i'll. I'll be totally honest the group over in the u._k. Hungry heart. You know hannah what they do. I was just blown away that that was you know something that was done thirty five years ago it was you know still very viable so <hes> <hes> kind of put together put my thinking hat on and we just decided to do something around the week of his birthday <hes> and so we're starting doing and right now. We have three nights already going on tickets on sale all that stuff we're doing in washington d._c. Because it's my hometown and that's where we did the pink cadillac club thirty five years ago we're doing just outside of philadelphia and wayne pennsylvania and we're doing as very park new jersey on september twenty third <hes> in d._c. <hes> it's a it's a club called gene stage was which is at the wharf which is beautiful new club holds about four hundred people full <hes> wayne pennsylvania. It's called one eighteen north <hes> a great club. It's run by the people that run the art more musical <hes> in outside side of philadelphia and we're doing the saint <hes> in asbury park which is where <hes> bruce did a documentary <hes> for the bbc. He actually did an acoustic arrangement of born in the u._s._a. Actually in the saint and <hes> so yeah we're looking. It's you know it should be a lot of fun. I'm open. You know that sounds like a lot of fun. You know just kind of a night of bruce music right celebrating celebrating yeah yeah <hes> it's up to get people out and <hes> you know away from their computer screens and <hes> <music> <hes> hopefully hopefully putting their phones down and just going out for height of music and <hes> you know getting people together <hes> so yeah. It's <hes> the response has been really good so far so yeah. We're gonna. We're gonna see where it takes us. That sounds awesome. I you know that sounds like a lot of fun. <hes> what any thoughts about the blinded by the light trailer you a you know it's it. It looks amazing. I mean the the the two things i thought i was a big fan of the movie. That's when that came out so the fact that it's the same director i'm i'm. I'm totally excited because i i just i love that movie and then it's it it kind of reminded me of billy elliot as well <hes> team that trailer and sometimes sometimes <hes> and the other thing that you've got to take into consideration is <hes> i as much as i love american american fans you know europe and the rest of the world has taken to him probably greater than anyone and <hes> so you know the book breeding some brewery park and now this movie <hes> they're probably going to tell it in in a far more i i i think if they did this in america it would be more laid back and cool and <hes> that's that's boring..
An Interview with Jamie Bell of 'Skin'
"His popcorn where I tell you what's happening at the movies and I'm going to tell you about a movie called skin. Today you already know about a movie called rocket man. They both starred my guest Jamie Bow. I don't know when you have time your new father again. GotTa hang out with your kid true. <hes> I'm not working right now. Okay so it's all good. It's all good now. We can see by this with skin in the poster and this is a true story. I knew nothing about the story you know when I whenever the script the first time time you know as a movie that <hes> <hes> with with everything that was going on the news it was quite an century was a movie that felt very urgent yeah exactly and I felt like it. It Sean a light on something that <hes> I think ordinarily we could choose to ignore and I think any kind of normalization of this is dangerous. <hes> there's obviously a redemptive element to this and no as the phone kind of tying things up in a nice boat because life isn't like that right but we'll tell us a little bit though for those people that don't that you're playing somebody who decides basically the PAT. He took as a white supremacist is not the way he should go and how basically you get rid of that. I really love how literally he tries to get rid of that ink that stuff on his. Let's get to do it but it's a way to dramatize what he's doing what he's ripping off. I mean like the Brian wine was a career <hes> Neo Nazi that worries when when we first meet him he's completely linked up from that to <hes> and he's the way the journey the characters very much one of an unconscious man who comes to an awakening <hes> <hes> he he realizes the choices he has made a bad ones. He meets this woman who changes his life forever. She has these beautiful goes. He becomes obsessed with and he tries to get himself fat which for a lot of people who try and do that has a lot of very grave consequences but it's difficult. I think for these people to leave the ideology so strong <hes> there's almost kind of <hes> this <hes> almost an addictive quality to to to the to the families that they're in into these groups that are in most of these people are very very wayward within get involved with this <hes>. Suddenly you belong should they have. They have a <hes>. They feel like that. There's a pat on the back and there's a kind of a good job. <hes> <hes> said by somebody so <hes> yeah this. Is this the real hero the stories this guy called Daryl Lamont Jenkins. He worked for the one people's project. He is literally the people out in the street opposing these people and he can spot the good in some of these people in with an amazing sense of compassion reach out to them and and and say you know I can get you out of this if you're willing and he does US and through two years of Surgery Brian is given a gift. It's all removed from his face and and he has the potential to change his life and start again. Well we watch the movie and we can by watching the movie and watching your performance and watching how it's done put ourselves in that position kid but it's hard in the beginning with it hard for you when they said. Would you play this guy he I think so I was kind of a kind of moral see-saw for me. I like the first time I talked to the real. Brian was the dish Charlottesville for example. I remember ending that conversation with him and calling the director immediately after thinking <hes>. I don't think this is a good idea. I think this is some uh-huh feels the wrong time to tell the story <hes> also filmmaker by the way is Israeli filmmaker <hes> <hes> his yeah exactly his family went through the atrocities of the Holocaust. I'm so for him to want to tell the story and have that unique sense of compassionate <hes> that extension of kindness. I thought it was quite interesting. <hes> uh-huh and again you know when I would walk around <hes> the small town of Kingston was shot this film it would have been covered in tattoos and human nature is to usually ignore the monster next they don't. WanNa look at things that are challenging in any way or scary yeah. They look and I feel like that if we do that as a culture that's dangerous because we can radically normalize. These kinds of people and I think that's very dangerous so hopefully this film. If nothing else is going to wake up call we don't see him in a really good light in the beginning. No no no no and we're basically seeing somebody where you do. WanNa look away not just because of the tattoos you WanNa look away because you're thinking this is reprehensible bowl. What's your he's a character. In initially who is completely detached from <hes> empathy he's detached from compassionate and love from kindness <hes> he's. He's literally I think he's Com- completely lost touch with his ideology even means he's in a drunken stupor most of the time <hes> and he's he's indoctrinated by these people. I mean the the ideology that this group follow is based in kind of Viking Odin mythology which is about bloodlines and just complete nonsense so <hes> sure it was about that character finding something in this <hes> Julie Character Daniel McDonald placed finding some sense of stability and finding that there are these chasms of empathy Kathy that he has and tenderness and <hes> and suddenly that coming to the surface is a family that is kind of ready made for him knocked his family and he begins to see a bigger world through them and she's really good. She's an incredible downtown yeah yeah. That's quite remarkable. You see that through this movie I mean the performances are all spectacular that people are giving especially when you see veer for Migo Goer Bill camp or people play that people you really don't yeah I mean I gotta say especially with some like very much of that was kind of unscripted and she really just turned up and we didn't have much prep time with her at all and she just came in doing this wonderful. Three dimensional fully realized character that was really a scary to all of us the places she was phenomenal whenever I felt like literally terrified and I was meant to be the one that was scary which is great eight but it was it was a hardship I think for all of us. We all knew what was in the headlines. We all knew the kind of will that we were living in and and now important this was to portray these people the way they are and I think what about this menu playing. What was your relationship with him complicated <hes> purely because of the things he's done you know I i.? I'm someone who finds forgiveness quite difficult to come by. You know <hes>. I really liked to hold people accountable for their actions. <HES> I go meet with them. He's in the witness protection program and I spent like a week just kind of chatting to him and mostly talking about <hes> with them about stuff that wasn't in the script his childhood and <hes> you know <hes> what it's early life was like <hes> he's the other thing about him as if if you didn't know that he wants look like that. I mean ee you would have no idea that he was once covered in from I mean he has been given a gift. He's been given a new lease on life but he's an extremely paranoid person. He lives in constant fear. He's he lives in constant reckoning and that that's what he has to atone for for the things. He's <hes> things he's done. The great thing that you literally do and that we see in this is that we see somebody removed food than ink and then we wonder that gone you could take it away goes but what has to come away has to come from here and from here as well. That's only proven through action. That's only proven to <hes> but I think certainly right now. I think it's worthwhile question to ask how much compassionate we have and how far does that go and in the hope and this movie for me is that there really is <hes> the kindness of strangers people like. Dr Lamont Jenkins who might call to pleasants phone is solely responsible for getting mad at this movement you know <hes> the the money and the funds that were provided for surgery provided by an anonymous donor <hes> you know if anything that's the hope of the the move me is that there are there are human beings out there willing to extend this compassion and to say I'll. I'll extend myself if you do but you do that as an actor right when you're putting on somebody's skin no matter what part you're playing whether there's any disguise into what do what made you do this. I mean I know Billy Elliot. It is the beginning and Billy Elliot is a lot like you yeah well. He that movie exactly like me yeah. I mean anything. All of this show the old. You said yes sure it was a time when a film set for me that movie <hes> I remember being very overwhelming like God circus really did come to town and now the cameras pointing at me and this is very extreme and just really trusting got like I had no idea what I was doing this film and the decision to make this <hes> was one about really challenging myself and seeing <hes>. Is it possible to completely transform myself to degree. I'd never done before for <hes> and it was still challenging. Thing that is one of the most challenging things for me was was not holding the character in any form of judgement. That's what they always say like. ECON judge yes you difficult the circumstances of course <hes> it was important that I met him and introduced myself and everything else but then also just that that level of detachment that the character has and the reason I bring up Billy Elliot in addition to being such a seminal thing for you and what was happening to you is that you're bringing brought. Brought up this way you you've got a sister who's a dancer. You know this is. This is so much like you and yet. There's all these cameras around. I'm sure you're saying what what what my way through that movie for the first time you know but I think also me. I'd never met my father before <hes> the relationship that billy has with his father in that film is very challenging. Certainly this is a character who certainly lacked male presents a male role model and that guidance and that leadership that is looking for Elton John when he saw Billy Elliot and Ken wept he was weeping when I met him when supposedly easy in the movie version before he writes the kid when you're a kid yes exactly he's weeping. He's weeping because he his own a father <hes> he's he's passed but <hes> <hes> as if you've seen we have very good relations with his own sexuality and everything else and I think the most heartbreaking thing for him was that he never showed up to one of the show's not one so I think when Billy's father tons up into that film and tons up for his son and ED performing with the Royal Ballet School I think that really destroyed him but you know that the looking up to people in having examples and they're so crucial crucial is so important you know <hes> in this instance maybe Brian his life would have done it differently. What happens now after you meet l.. Well John Again and you're playing burnt-out movie. It's like really weird. I don't know what the next connection is very strange because obviously did the musical <hes>. Lee Hall who wrote wrote the musical euro rocket man. There's a kind of cosmic tethers to this <music> <hes> and I love that as top in it which is again antithesis to this character is such a loving supportive accepting human being and such a loyal oil friend <hes> it was really nice after doing this which is quite an unpleasant experience <hes> <hes> to play a character like that. That was just someone who so I'm lovely. So is that made you have years and years of therapy are have you been living sort of relatively normal life. I mean I would. I hope relatively normal. It seems relatively normal to me. <hes> you know I mean I think it's all relative experience but I think you know works for me is a real form of therapy. Get to play some characters from lots of different places in different walks of life and <hes> <hes> that to me is very interesting. I get to meet all the people that I'm playing most of the time with US revolutionary <hes> he's he's long since passed. Even people P turn. I did a phone call. Film Stars don't die in Liverpool with Annette Benning. He was around. He was extremely useful. Extremely love the guy to hang out with.
Jamie Bell Transforms Into a Neo-Nazi for 'Skin'
"Be gambling on once upon a time in America okay okay. Let's by the time in Hollywood released the scare or skin the mountain or hunting land. I mean I've seen skin. I've okay then not that one. I've done really know about the mount not seeing any scores for once upon a time having them send to me so if you've done the same that we can get on that yeah I can do once upon a time all right but skin. I should let everyone know Jamie Bell plays a hardcore fucked up Nazi skinhead with TAT's facial tattoos from Kintu to upper crust of his forehead and you Jamie Bell you might know him from earlier this year and rocket man he was the guy that wrote all songs of Bernie Taupin burned trump and before that though we might know him as a kid named Billy Elliot and it's fun watching and bill. It's really fun
Paul Mccartney, Lee Hall And Producer discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"The classic movie it's a wonderful life is being adapted into a stage musical by a former Beatle Paul McCartney is collaborating with Billy Elliot playwright Lee hall and western producer bill Kenwright its as for Sonya writing a stage musical and he says he's never consider doing what but after meeting can write in the hall three years ago we said quote by myself thinking this could be interesting and fun all said McCartney's with emotional honesty and melodic brilliance brings a whole new depth and breadth to the classic tale Frank Capra's nineteen forty six film tells the story of George Bailey a small town banker racked with regret who is showing the value of his life by a guardian angel producers say they're aiming for at least twenty twenty one for the
"billy elliot" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To see okay we have the motives he does they don't even like about who's coming back then we don't know we don't cares about these stupid shows you do I was like a Die Hard many many back in okay I'm interested in all right now all right and Paul McCartney is working on a stage musical based on the movie it's a wonderful life and he's working with Lee hall the play right who wrote Billy Elliot and Paul cities doing it because it seemed interesting and fun that's basically a there are many details yet but they're supposedly hoping to have it ready by the end of next year we're going to talk a little bit more about this in Hollywood speak yeah and tastic our right to for the latest entertainment go to our website my talk one of seven one dot com hello my talk out I just isn't there thank you I talked to alert at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one sure one every thank you for joining us seventy she is in thank you for joining us it's been my pleasure to ask the question who is still watching the real housewives of any I went back in which is surprising.
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Everybody welcome back to some buds podcast this is episode number eighty five i had no clue this time around third amazon's gonna get sixty four but that seems fifty miles away back and my name is henry sally and it is just us to today jeremy is away on travel with work and all that so he will probably be back next week in the cia considering the chloe will be way next week i'm back son he's not made of money it's a fast trip tomorrow that's how i do it today where how long it'll be two weeks heck no to sam i didn't know how long are you gonna be better like five days oh she owes oh you're sad yeah it's like geez warming craftsman but now i'm disappointed you're trip couldn't be longer i mean thank you yeah but yeah okay well you i appreciate that anybody else i would take note as it yeah yeah but i know that vacate right i know and then i'm gonna new york for sure probably forty eight hours total what for you we can talk about it oh well oh wow oh you later or is it would i think it is no no no anyways what no no it's do you think it's me stocking no no no no any what what did you think was really late you're you're so yeah you thought stocking not stalking i thought you were we're gonna have a date in new york city yeah considering human on not new york that's what i just i realized oh never mind that i did go to germany to go on a date one so like trump i think pat me on germany chloe were you doing yeah go someplace sunny not were tailing in april yeah don't no but that does not mean soccer team should have waited oh yeah i mean anyway anyway here we are gonna be talking about the new elton john bio pic well i think rocket man and then we're gonna be doing a review of another of a classic car what have you been calling the the bonus shows shows a game oh nice yeah which i i only realized the second a few minutes ago that he was in both but yeah we're gonna be doing billy elliot from two thousand which is another kind of classic a performing arts you know creativity movie right and then we have some news a decent better news you big things we could probably go i've never seen the whole time suicide 'cause i've been trying so hard to keep it in like inside the no spoilers but i feel the census other movie plus it's it's just catching music yeah it's been whole time you're on the way home from the theater i was just rocking out on the soundtrack yeah loving it ever beautiful life tear negative does yeah mhm end yeah then we have some listener questions all all the usual stuff so thank you so i'm curious about the news oh there's some good stuff there you hear the parent tino news the jingo gained oh and there's also an i'd be upset no and then making it rises didn't arrive do you want will get to it will get to embarrassingly comments by a score says wait an irishman oh i know we gotta get out of my dad but a yellow me oh not too much i suppose 'em been working a fair bit and i this past week and i felt like three or four movie so hurry to keep up my i didn't i will see that this week though i saw godzilla so i saw john wick are so rocket man okay 'em allen from crazy on some point in their lives locally you better go listen to me now here's the inside scoop not for you had me for all the listeners out there and the area if you go crazy on the program go anytime on saturday sunday monday he won't be there sunday monday through friday go between like eleven and three he'll play be there till it's not worth it to go if he's not there right when i say he's a character or he's a character oh my god it'd be a good sitcom everything but he's like the kindest person you it's like that's not the first thing you notice because he's like larger than life yeah what is it oh yeah so alan from crazy on the podium is obsessed with john wick really he loves john wick and he loves 'em watching those people he's obsessed with a like robo calls himself as well unlike fraud scholars watching those things on youtuber need just loves it yeah he does some now like you know those people who like will keep the fraudulent like the horrible there's no excuse for behaving like that and i know you're from a place where there love opportunity that doesn't mean you're allowed to screw people unacceptable yeah right right anyway stepping up the box but anyway so he looked like he start doing it now like talking to them being like caught like i'm in costa what gift card like he just does those on speaker in the store basically lying on everything but yeah he loves john wick and whenever he has seen the movie you know it's very passionate man right takes everything he has a big heart an amazingly like applies to everything which i love like just everything is very mean something to him you know what i mean including movies when he's telling people about movies it's like it's a real like i used to like what my grandmother had dementia partway dimension maybe like just i dunno not numb mainly obviously micro most like my favorite person but i would talk to her is a little bit funny 'cause it's a little bit funny okay but guys like hated harry potter she's got harry potty right classic 'em but so i used to be like oh yeah my friend harian my friend ron in like remind me of old law like telling her about them as if it was the true story you know i'd already magic our lawyers like you won't believe this story man i like the other day he's kids not into the library god oh my god this stuff right and so that's how he is with all things so he talks about john john wick and you won't believe what they did to him life in retirement but then you won't believe this where they killed his job the very beginning of of fruit would do like i've never seen this movie but that's how he talked about like well yeah it is a it's a big moment at the beginning of the first move well allen also loves dog so that really got well you know he has died creativity still gotta you know takashi yeah so kevin love's tashi all dog yeah that's creature you know although hillsborough so.
A Sneak Peak of Elton John's 'Rocketman'
"A sneak peek of rocket man, which opens visit open tomorrow or next weekend next next weekend. If you could double check that anyway, rocket man, we can say, jukebox movies are here. Bohemian rhapsody turned out to be the bellwether. Ding, ding, ding, money it made. And we get racket man, which is the Elton John. Jukebox Moos movie. But it is. It was so good. You guys. It's tomorrow. Okay. Fun was so good. And you know what I think the thing I took away. You know, John is a fifty year career. And you we he's kind of under appreciate how much of the soundtrack of everybody's life says, like for a lot of younger people, they didn't know who Elton John was really until Princess Diana died, and they hurt his candle in the wind song. But the Terron Eggerton is the, the actual plays Elton John. He's basically I agree with Rolling Stone magazine. Peter Travers said that Taron Egerton is the lady Gaga and the bread, the Cooper roll together all in one in this movie allow. Because you see Elton. We see him as a child prodigy. We see them young and we don't realize all the music that we hear the stories kind of told through song. Okay. But all the music that we hear his most famous hits were written, like in the span of about seven years, and he went from just being as Donnie told Chester day like this session piano, because he was like, really a great musician. He meets Bernie topping who's not a romantic relationship. They're dear friends played. Amazingly gorgeous leave. Well by Jamie bell, the little boy from Billy Elliot Bernie Taupin, and then but tyranny Agar ten is just he's flamboyant. He's hard he sweet in the we've talked about Tate. Donovan is in it. He plays the charismatic longtime manager manager and owner of the troubadour. And as always scouting England to bring axe to the tuber door to show off to the Hollywood kids, how interesting it costs to me, much like in bohemian, rhapsody, the custom designer recreates, because at the end of the movie stay for the credits because they show side by side of Taron Eggerton. Like, in the first outfit, he wore at the troubadour would Elton war Madison Square Garden, this performance they show side by side. But. It was it was how unappreciated Elton John is for like, what he's done like his. There wasn't a drug. He didn't do there wasn't a kind of decadent hedonism. He still loves to shop. That's like really his only basically doing all those drugs and surviving, but yeah, kind of kind of them. What he's also done in how immensely talented Elton John and Bernie, top and were together as songwriters Bernie top. And he's the lyricist. And then L Tim would come up with the metal melody in top would just give him Lear s and he would hear it in his ears. And I know you don't like the song crocodile rock, but that is the song that blasted him into the stratosphere in the US. And I guess the way they show it in the movie. When you see it, and how it starts, and how radically different. It was from anything. That was on the radio. You can't help but fall in love with that song again, for when you remember the first time you heard that opening chord. And at first people were just like, who is this weird looking English guy with the wacky outfit? He had suspenders on and like a star shirt. It was like nineteen seventy two and these wacky glasses. But, you know, just starts out kind of this melodic piano thing. And then all of a sudden it crashes into this amazing kind of rock song, about remember when you're young and just getting in trouble and causing, you know, having so much fun and the crowd just went nuts. And it was it was just really, really good. I think are going to enjoy it, Danny you should play because he's on the phone. He's talking to him probably about, like they saw John in nineteen seventy. Somebody about nineteen seventy actually the trooper. Okay. Was that the Kazini came out with the album that I think we sat transfixed a your family. Which later was the double album and every son had headed different font in a different color. And we'd sit there and my sister, Gina got it. And we'd just sit there and read and sing. Yeah. I think, you know, I think there's like a dozen songs that we hear in the movie, and the movies kind of told through those songs. But his it go from just the seventies or is it a collective of his life to now? Well, it, it ends at a certain point. And then it has, like it ends at a certain point in his life. And then it has, you know, it gives you an update on what's going on. But it gives you. Yeah, it probably gives you like maybe twenty bright Bryce Dallas. Howard is his mom. And she was just really awful. Remember, I told you this story? They weren't talking on her ninetieth birthday. Yes. I'm she didn't Elton John impersonators birthday party. She told him we, you know, she knew he was gay, but she was very dismissive of him being gay, and basically, always, let him know he'd never really beloved which was the source of a lot of his pain, and, oh, my gosh. Is there a hot you guys wolf wolf wolf? We Kellyanne t there is an amazingly, great hot sex scene, a yeah, I wanted to just go go down lower camera pan down. It was it was, it was steaming at Elton John and the guy who kind it will become his manager, who thinks he's in. They are in love, but he's played by Richard man, rod stark in the guy from bodyguards. Yes. And the seventies fashion is just everything. And you really do see some decadence and I dunno. It was he loved it. I just I, I loved it and, and reginal Dwight you know, had a bleak, childhood. I heard his dad was a piece of work. Oh my God. Who's reginal white bright, his Elton John's ain't? Yeah. Yes. Okay. God. When we yeah, that was his real name, John, John comes from a Long, John Baldry blues musician, read a lot of influence on him and the other Elton comes from his friend Elton. Dean, dean. Yeah. And you see that in the movie he says, I'm taking
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Now, you know. Okay. Go because I need to see it. That's so sad. I mean, I feel like it takes a lot for Brady go and to get like embarrassed. She see me she seemingly explained her reason for drinking too much saying she sometimes struggles to see her friends with their quote. Perfect husbands. She continued. I know I embarrassed my kids. I'm not perfect. Yeah. It's really really sad. And like, I just I hope she's ok in general because even like in the video and pictures where she's not wasted leaving mystery shell like. I don't know. She just doesn't seem to be like her Nobel f- breads, eat lamb Bill like has not been okay for a while. Yeah. But but then she makes a video like this. She's clearly self-aware so. Right. What's going on, you know? And it's like at least we're going to add about at least up here. So following him. That's true. That's true. I don't know. I looking forward to seeing her on the season me too. I really like any. No, I could always go for bringing her back. Right. She's one of my top picks, my top recruits someone who really needs to show yet. I mean, clearly, right. From like, I wonder why these photos like art making her say something I feel like I've seen a lot of photos of her over the past couple of years like wasted TMZ videos like leaving restaurants and stuff not getting into the nice guy. Like I've seen that. So I wonder why this one like required a response from her. Yeah. I guess they were like that bad. I mean, the pictures that. So she just didn't look like she there was nothing. So crazy. She just didn't look her best. You know, she just pit was out. No. And wasn't there like member at the reunion? When Kyle was like yelling at her saying like there was pictures for her Tampa was out like at least this isn't that? Right. No. This is a weight. I could have good paper breads, you Glenville. I think I'm seeing more photos than what I originally saw. Hold of searching on Twitter one second though. I mean, I did see pictures where she looks drunk. Are you seeing the pictures of with this one guy? Oh, no. I'm seeing her alone in a little pair of red shorts. Oh, those are pictures from the other night. I saw those pictures are fine you so what are you talking about? I don't know. Now, I'm looking at brand Glendale wasted pictures, and there's other. Oh, yeah. And then there's like this whole series. I dunno. I this has happened many times. Right. And these aren't even the worst those shorts are cute. And if you should just going through something like her legs looks so long inlet. And then yeah, I mean faces and look great. But like some you know when you drink you get weird face. Yeah. Of course, your faith like your take your muscles in your face. Stop working. Yeah. And they and yeah, they just give up. They're like you're on your own bitch. Honestly, this is where it's like we always joke about like how he loves to be brought 'paparazzi. But like don't up out to me. Like, if I'm drunk, you know, leaving a restaurant, which I usually am, you know, right, please. Don't don't bother out to me when I'm walking with a twisted ankle to Billy eyelash. And I'm not even sure why. Got so much trauma with Billy Elliot's like act Machala so much drama. Okay. So apparently, everyone loves Billy eyelash. I must listen to MS catcher tune sometimes you weren't playing at the main stage. So usually usually people who are playing at the main stage like not that many people will go see them. But like twenty minutes before Billy Elliot is performance like the entire festival migrated over. And like we got caught in the in the in the mangrove said relevant all because some people in our sisterhood are already wanted to go. So we walked over to that. So you do for sisterhood you walk. Right. Such a far walk. We get to the artists area and artists areas usually like not tacked at all, but it was literally a mosque pet. Like, it was so crazy. It's not like the Titanic like I was looking for Greg Salkin. And I was like like getting rough in the most of the crowd. I was like, right. Hey such a gentleman. He did not leave me behind. Where like we were a train..
"billy elliot" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And how fast he just gives up like the opposite got Got you. good. Thank you. I'm sorry. We're booked, okay. Cool. Later on to the next. So that is coming up in ten minutes or so about ten minutes pretty much what's going on with the caddy right now. You're still trying to get the caddy is dragging you the caddy who got stiffed by what was the name of that stiff golfer? What's his name that when the turn who? Who? Yes. So he's coming on at twelve thirty maybe, but he has an answering me today. So we'll see it was funny before the show. Allison was kind of peppering Billy about it because Billy's handling it. And she's like, look, you're great at your job. But this guest booking thing. Oh, well, you know, what Alison is great. If guest booking. Mike was terrible added before. And he was the most terrible guts is great at it. Mike was terrible at it. But no, we got a new most terrible at it. And it's meek Billy. Yeah. Billy's never been any good at it. Billy Elliot's afraid to ask for anything. It is literally the one job you cannot take. No for an answer. Billy has no issue digging. No hanso, remember, the time the single expert. All yeah, you're back. Did you make them a rapper? Meek bill. So we will have the restaurant reservation for you in a little bit here. But what did you think of its to God's because I've never seen you quite like that you were throwing temper tantrums yesterday you wanted that sound cleared because you thought it was funny. And you you love the laugh to the jazz hand you wanted you done something that was funny, and nobody wants to do good work and have it put in a drawer. But Mike wasn't as good as gods thought. It was because I've never seen him fight for anything that way may wanna temporary. This thing has been hyped up to a point that we've never hide any these up. I mean, this was a very difficult place to get into obviously was very difficult sound to clear it's the day after Valentine's. So it's not very timely. So maybe it's worth your time. Who knows okay? So thank you for tamp down those those expectations reservation is in about ten minutes. Yep. Having time to think about it for a couple of days. It was awful. Yeah. Okay. It's me. Yeah. Okay. It's me in ten minutes. And it's man. Gabar. You know, what's not man? I saw this last night on Netflix. And it's bad bleep. Crazy. It is bat bleep crazy a documentary called a -ducted in plain sight. I watched it. And I was like you've got to be kidding me that this is something that happened in America. And somebody seems to have gotten away with that happening in America. What's it about? So the name of the movie it's documentary ab- -ducted in plain sight, again, what did about we're rooting that? It's the story of Billy going off with Jose Canseco in an RV. What Billy why had an actual conversation with someone yesterday where I said, there's no way. This does not involve the people being blindfolded and missing people at the end of this. But if I go on this, and I die it'll be a great store. Right. I mean, it'll be a great story in theory because it will really end probably with me and like a little tiny motel having my organs harvested, but people think that I was out looking for aliens. Well, no, people will think that you were either abducted by aliens or killed by Bigfoot or can say go any of them any of them work for the purposes of the show you killed by any of those things is something we can do something with. But when they say a big foot that makes it seem like there's more than one, right, especially if there's a habitat, so they're all the air. You know, there's a very real risk that you'll get their considerable drive. You some there somewhere and show you his big foot? Like don't think that that might not happen..
"billy elliot" Discussed on Sleuth
"Rachel buffet Billy Elliot and a host of other actors who met at Knott's berry farms decided to venture out on their own to produce cheap back galley low budget film, starring Rachel buffet with the subject of the murders of Sam hair Angeliki Belushi. How they portrayed her role in all of this remains to be seen because the movie is top secret. And supposedly Billy Elliot only has a copy to this movie, the making of this movie and the subject matter that's portrayed shows. How to mended? This woman's mind is that she would choose this object matter for a movie that she started. After learning about this movie. Depiction this sick to mended movie that was shot about Sam and Julie's murders. I immediately stout to Lieutenant Ed effort at the Costa Mesa police department and asked him if we could meet. Regarding new information that I learned his response was that he couldn't meet with me because the case of Sam Herron chilly could be she is essentially closed. But that if I had any additional information or evidence tonight should reach out to the Costa Mesa detective now in charge, which is Sergeant Scott Stafford which I plan to do at the conclusion of this episode and with that. Folks, I hope that you have been able to appreciate all the work that myself and my team at sleuth has put into this journey that started three years ago and is ending today. And I feel so honored that each and every one of you..
California lawmakers send strict 'net neutrality' laws to governor
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