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"caine" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:52 min | Last week

"caine" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"There but not a lot. Hitchcock had input. He's definitely shaping the story behind the scenes but he hasn't zero writing credits on his work. Really and i suppose there's also a sense of vision with these writer directors like they can foresee the story and then they foresee that vision into reality by creating the picture as a director. And maybe that does. Maybe it doesn't always result in good films. Maybe that results in some. You know quite bathrooms but you know ultimately at least their vision was realized and wasn't really meddled with by the people which you know from what from what jeff said about some of his stuff in golden. I was meddled and one thing he i think touches on without ever explicitly stating is that the reason a lot of directors are also writers is to protect their own work and aaron. Sorkin for example. Great writer. and there's a reason he's now directing his own films Because we hear the frustration of writers who are rewritten or. Don't get to see their original version brought to the screen and when you are also the director you can protect that and get that to the screen a lot better than you can when you're just the writer because you know Geoffrey keynes journey is so much like countless hollywood writers who wrote screenplays. They were so proud of that. A director a producer looked at and said nah. Change that it just. It's it's a story as old as time in hollywood. We've spoken to some of them Join august script. Got like messed around. For charlie's angels two don mcpherson strip for vengeance was severely changed around unnecess- two of the wave spoken to thou hundreds of thousands of riot is out there. I'm sure could share the same story. And i imagine it's quite frustrating so i feel from on that side. Oh yeah for sure. It makes complete sense to me why he would have sort of the opinion he does. I know i've spoken a campus during the jumped out to you. Yeah talking about exodus. Gods kings was really interesting to me. Because it's a movie that you know as you said it has its issues but i remember seeing it theaters and there was some really interesting things like the plague. Sequence is really effective release scott's a great visual director but the child god stuff i genuinely thought was brilliant. I wasn't just sugar. Coating that for the guest i genuinely. I remember watching that movie being like. I've never seen this. This is a really ingenious idea. And it's hugely impactful on the movie. And i think raises up a movie that maybe in my mind that maybe would have been forgotten but i will forever remember it for that. It was interesting to. Hey him open about it and he was clearly compassionate about that character because it was one of the time seem to be what he you could tell he smiling told me about it i think he had some about the experience of goldeneye and possible time but this is a story that was really quite personal to him and he's he's glad you enjoyed it Yeah i mean do you agree with his Statement that if there is a god he should be british onscreen as a british man as only a woman. I'm down for a lot more sets out. I mean i guess. God shouldn't be canadian. Onscreen is what you're saying. Listen that ironic. Indeed so again we wanna thank. Jeff came to joining us. It was a really fascinating time digging into the creation of arguing. One of my favorite bond films of all time of certainly the one that brought me into the one that started this whole podcast off site. He is responsible for by houghton a way. No you're right. I mean this was a movie that it not only launches podcast but since then we've gone back and reviewed it again on the cinema savvy youtube show and it's a bond film that i mean i enjoy watching any bond film. Goldeneye feels even more watchable with every passing year. It's one that in the nineties. I don't know that for me. It jumped out as being one of the great watchable bond movies. But nowadays. It's when i could throw on now it'd be more than happy to sit through it again. So great work to kane on a i think a screenplay that really does hold up. I have recently gone to see it at the prince. Charles cinema with tom butler from james eights. Podcast and the guys from cinema savvy as well on the big screen for the first time. And i wasn't once board. Even though i've seen golden i probably the most amount of times albany bonefield. It was just a breathtaking experience on on the big screen. So amazing to talk about the guy that built it. And as i said he's part of the genesis of spy hard so if you want to send you a hate mail to him we will be possible for sure but yes. Thank you to jeff and thank you join us week. So sunday pool with mcconnell and for the exploration of nineteen ninety five goldeneye. But cam what are we doing next week. Gotcha i think i heard this the other day but just one more time. Gotcha yeah so we are. We're going back to the eighties. We love our eighty spy comedies. And we are decoding. Nineteen ninety. Five's gotcha that's right. You demanded it and we are gonna deliver. It's one that has been brought up on twitter many times. So here you go. You're welcome. We're going in blind and we also have a bonus treat coming on the next friday. We have an interview with the director. Jeff canoe as well about his experience in making gotcha he also directed revenge of the nerds. Which i know is going to have a cult following especially in the united states. Stick around for that. But don't forget to follow us discreetly on social media at spy hearts as s. p. y. h. a. r. d. s. on facebook twitter and instagram. But until next week listeners. How about a game of russian roulette mr bond..

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"caine" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

07:38 min | Last week

"caine" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"For the screen. I didn't create for racial vice. Because i didn't know that she was going to be doing it. And thirty ready. That roger rights for the voice of obscure actor. They used to in the old studio those they knew they had. Then you curry all. That's gonna play the pot or jimmy stewart. May they wrote all kind of feel the after no The ritual voice character was created from with with some extra bit of may and they wasn't point point during filming when they had a assure rehearsal tenuous. Sometimes they'd have a rehearsal sitting around the rule. She just saying the that luxury throat amended go onto the set and do it. And i was in the room because i happen to be there. May boss was sitting at one end of the room with Houston director was to one side annual talking saying involved. Has her feelings about Yet about the danny huston courage and She said something. Like i think maybe i'm secretly love with him. Most secretly attracted to him at. I pointed al. You can't say that because in the email that she sends to ham a cousin. She says he was five stalled creep. No reason to tell ham the guy's a creep if she doesn't feel what he's creek so you don't love it and the response i got from rachel slows of bidding skate afoul mouths. Invective was which was witnessed by danny and it was witnessed by sarah goading been now a scripted uncolorful. Maybe she had a bad day. The protocol for these things usually used to go via the director of you have a comment to make to the actors in that room. It didn't feel the right way to go. You know lean over and say how. Can you tell rachel. I feel blah blah. You just say it. None of it doesn't reflect to rachel credit. I'll say no more about that. Okay just over two exodus. Gods and kings. I thought that's a really interesting film. And that we you look back at the history of biblical at beck's ban her ten commandments. King of kings although films I'm a big fan of them. But when i really admired about exodus gods and kings was it. Felt like taking that and really an entirely new slant on the biblical epic. What was sort of your process of doing. Yeah exodus it could have been so much deeper in better in the old days when it will making the ten commandments. Insead respond to this. They had these exhausted three hours. Plus hang mama of three and a half hours we would show yukon have moved to our new kennel. Do the story of moses and the exodus into outs other people managed to get slim stories into greatest space. But i mean how the hell could they get to in off hours for film white heat which is great terrific film the two miles that we got two hours twenty five minutes for experts. So what i put in the most. I gave moses them all and a lot of that was changed. It was changed by ridley. Scott it was changed by Steve's alien it feels to me is a serrated In better than the old fashioned way of doing it. But it's not what i had in mind for. So how long was your original draft in patients who are in length running trump either or. I think the original draw probably would've run closer to three hours. Yeah i see that excessive. Given how ethics not fashionable. So you're going back to an older forma. And i i would have thought they could give us two three-quarter hours two hours and fifty minutes. But they didn't studio cool the shots on that and ridley cut his cloth according But he cut out the wrong things he kept cut out. We know the character staff from the plot staff and he put in lots more. Cgi action scenes. so i don't feel it worked. I thought the child. God addition though was really smart like i thought that was genius. I really like yeah But it's the sort of project. I wonder if you at it waited a couple of years. It could've wound up on something even like a netflix. Or whatever where they would have done it service over a longer runtime bent. That would've been good Yeah it got that you can that to me was like the big that was like one of those revelatory moments we are like. I've never seen this before. And why have i never seen it before and it so probably see what what i didn't born was a voice coming out of the plows. Worst case an american boys it. I am lower dog. Moses moses bowel before me. You don't believe that. God he's not an sorry. You're canadian nope america. He's not even english. But if you're going to do it then these to these english There's that that was one way to go. Then you can go the way that The jesus ethics of gone where you hear god as an internal voice inside. Jesus you know really speaking for jesus but it kind of feels rios. So i thought well make god a physical entity but he won't be the physical Expect he's not going to be an old man with the white bed. And that's that's how. I came doing this kit ridot. That wife stayed in the film. It wouldn't be right. Very clever quickly makes us on. You can drive by scripts age. Or i really liked that scene and you go. Yes that we've spoken about goldeneye. We spoke about xs. We've spoken about the constant gardener. Is there any other piece of work. You're particularly proud of using listeners. To check out. maybe it's not something. Everyone's huddle if i answer that question only going to do what i've been doing and i could realize how i sound monotonous..

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"caine" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

08:16 min | Last week

"caine" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"It was killed painted goal and then you get the other one tough went on the blackhawks plus golo. So i think in i felt the need to those was vulnerable and whom he had to protect and warm. Who was dangerous. The dangerous goal in imaginations as was the dangerous. Good a sexy so okay. Kind of jumping off of that just to the villains You know you talked about how like jaws was a little too cartoony for example back in the roger more days and just as natalia and zana are ranked generally as top tier on leading ladies Double six Sean bean character is ranked very highly. But also you know you mentioned boras. I think orem off somehow you really have a murderer's row of villains here. That are incredibly memorable. What kind of goes into crafting of a bond villain atrocious. That is obviously well worn and has been taken to so many extremes. Like when you're approaching. What what freshness were you looking to add the franchise. The sake of freshness you don't want a guy sitting above a show or stroking a cat and then releasing leave so again given the the political and social context of russia in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. When we first doing this it seemed a good idea to have a rogue russian general and boris. Was there because the Impede device needed to be conceived and constructed by a geek. So you need to speak and a a. I thought a russian general with an mba train. The inspiration for that was still trish. Ivanka But the alma train that strongly cough housing zhivago. Yes the look. I was going full And the tank said something he of the triumph thinking also the tank. That was another device. I want you seem boned. Doing all sorts of things. But i wanted. I wanted him to get into a russian tank to escape and turning left driving straight through building. These big very fun thing for belong to so that's why orem office what he is And it took in with with the political tempa. Having changed russia also gulp shelf. Course we didn't know to back again if something or someone to dimension and it was in my mind a moment ago when i said to tank the tank in the train oh yeah the stumps about the stumps yet. I want to get that but just is there anything you have to say about the double o. Six character the sean bean. Because i've heard various reports that you know he was going to be older and then they were going to make them more of a contemporary of bond sort of. Where did that kind of work through the evolution. The story idea was think it was in the original markle fronts take that the villain head should be somebody with you this metal note. Just the thug But somebody who had the same training the same abilities and also the same license to kill no watching their own brothers between brother and that gave it a lower power zest so who should be that guy. I think shown beams grape juice looks bob mesh where he came print but the fact that is a turncoat made it more interesting sill. And why was he too coat. Because he had to have a grievance some particular moment at could the turned him from an mri six agent into a traitor and looking for the for the other side so point and then the big climactic fight The array is between these two. Oh six oh seven the two secret agents who had the same flashing skills that would that would ultimately decide the issue and clearly. Because this is a bomb franchise. It was bombed. Who would have to win. It said these things now. You know you're mentioning the stunts and that was actually interested in because with movies. Nowadays often the writer has no control over what the action scenes are. Because they're all previous in advance. I'm curious what freedom you had when it came to designing action sequences. I designed the jumping off the motorcycle. The cliffs and catching onto the plane. Even though i thought it was incredible but nevertheless it works. But i didn't design the bungee. Jump off the damn at the beginning that was did that but marching campbell was pushing for that he had his story voted and everything and i said well what is this. I'm written. listen. I know but you you will because this is what we're going to look a with. And i said as i had said during lee's script meetings with with barbara and michael. You mustn't make a boemde. Movie stunt led by all means us have great stumps. Michael was over the stumps. He won't he would've had his way would have been ten stumps through the movie ek stumps and somehow story would have been cobbled up around them. And i said no less noble way to write a film you write a story with a strong narrative and plot and then you put the stunts in along the way and audiences will be waiting for them. But if it's if it's there are too many oakland they'll be nothing to hold them together. And i sort of got my while. Net explorer took my side. But the opening stunt which i have to say is in spectacular thing is like seven hundred feet Wasn't mind my idea. It was martyn campbell. Said it was a good idea. I suppose to another idea. That was marty campbell's which was not a good idea and he overruled me. Not do you want to hear about that. He was yeah a one owns. Yeah do you remember when bond seeks out his old kgb enemy kofsky now the one played by rubbing rabiya valentine's kofsky teen yep. He seeks out volunteer. This place in some backstreet of moscow and six gun in valentine's face and somebody six gun at the back of his head because volunteers l. told him in these broad and shut down in a chair. And then your member. There are a couple of a half naked girls wearing cowboy boots. Who shoo gums of the seats than other side. Who is important bonds. Try to remember that. That's not seen. I love and if i had my way that same wouldn't have been there but i can tell you would've been there instead on. I'm hoping that agree that it would have been. I think you've cop from the moment. When bond has the gun at he said on his gun in benton space to a table applaud table. Green bay's small round call table bones on one side valentinas on the other side and in the middle there is An automatic pistol bones. Beretta and valentine a college to donaldson's just boom via going to play russian roulette and bone says. I'm sorry but you don't play russian roulette with little traumatic pistol. He play with a revolver. That's the whole point normally going to play with this. What we cut the.

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"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

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"caine" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

05:39 min | 3 months ago

"caine" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"That. It's the worst feeling chris. Now you think it's unlike going seriously. I'm supposed to make comments about things. I didn't even happen enough. And unlike all my words that is going on you navigating that pressure while things were shifting so dramatically anyway and then you know we run a large global organization. We've got a twenty one in fifteen countries around the world who got three churches in three other countries of you've got staff in eighteen countries. You've got the stuff that just goes on with leading something of that magnitude and then you know on a personal level of friend. Some of those a dear friend of mine. Just you know really really deeply deeply wounded me and in the psalms davidson my enemy. That was against me okay but when it was my friend i used to go to the house of god with the cut deeply. So what you have. Is this perfect storm internally happening in me and it was just like you know what everything is shifting so dramatically. Everything's going on in this one night. Nick was watching this video. Netflix series on the ninety steals on hill. Week and the whole goal that he'll week is to ring the bell and just trying to break down emotionally and physically and there was this one scene jamie and they drop these guys out of the helicopter into the pacific. They had to swim a few miles to shore and then all of these things that they had to do except they have barely eaten or slip for a week and the feeling weak. But i said to nick. I stopped crying during the scene. Which is so unlike me on and i said i think this is how i feel if i had to explain how i felt spiritually. Wow i said. I feel like i being dropped out of a helicopter into the freezing called ocean. He's the deal on. No i can do this. I know i can do the assignment on not gonna die. I know that. I've got the strength and the tenacity and the resilience. I know i can do this. And as i'm crying. And i sit to him but for the first time in thirty years of following jesus audit knife. I'll want to. Wow and for those words to come out of my mouth because you know. I've had many times in my thirty plus years where i've gone. I don't know if i can manage. Think smart enough on. I think i'm gift. I've had a don't know if i can do it. I had never had a. Aren't really know if i want to keep going like this. That it's not a matter of you know i wanna walk away from the lord from church or anything like that. Although there was a lot of that going on as well like you know every day's posting something drifting away from the faith from church or from the age old from drift. Whatever it is. It's like you're going so it wasn't that it was like. I just think i might take my foot off the gas a little bit and not press so hard you know maybe go by tha verner incentive rainy and just serve people. Buck levine. Great coffee and talk about jesus on one to people and just kind of you know. Take my foot off the gas. And i remember saying to him specifically jamie. I said you know the dealer. I've got so much momentum after that he is following jesus and we're doing so much around the world that no one would probably even notice for ten years that i took my foot off the gas because there's so much momentum and then through matiz just went but jesus would know that didn't press onto the end that i not that are win and did anything crazy but i just didn't keep pressing to the end and that was out of that when i turned to nikonov win. How did i get he like. How did i get to this place where i would even contemplate being. You know i'm always frontlines language. You know let's go risky slaves. Let's go empower women. Let's reach the lost. You know oh. And i end that. But there was this internal pressure and the currents were shifting so radically. That i was like i don't know if i'm up to keep going like this and it wasn't a matter of like i'm over work or too much. That wasn't the issue. It was an issue of maha of just drifting from purpose and drifting from a desire going. Do i really want to be all in at this level because this is really costly at this the way things are shifting society. It's going to be increasingly costly to stay at no matter what whichever way you want to slice this up. And then i'm in the book of hebrews and of course in hebrews chapter to the writer to the hebrews during the time when you know the jewish christians being so security that will losing their homes. That were losing their families and they just wanted to go back. Because it's like man it's been easier to act and he said let us also pay much closer attention list we to drift from so great a salvation and that really became the threat of the book. That you know you could be on the front lines like me and i'm not looking to backslide go do anything really massively whatever but you could still drift in your heart or as we're seeing nonstop and so many different segments of the church people just drifting out of church drifting out of faith you know and all you have to do my duchess to sesame. We swimming in australia. Man the riptide. The undertow was so strong. And dad with these huge beach umbrella up and you know whole bunch of beach towels and spread them out and he'd say kids before you go out to the water. I need you to look up regularly. And chick you marcus. Check that you'll between the beach towels and that you'll between the beach umbrellas if you don't whether you realize it or not. The undertow is so strong. Currents are always changing. If you check your marcus you are going to drift a forget jamie. He used to go. All you have to do to drift is nothing. This is my whole point that in our life whether it's in your health your fitness you'll marriage.

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"caine" Discussed on X96

X96

02:31 min | 9 months ago

"caine" Discussed on X96

"Like Remember the Caine Mutiny que Mutiny I love Michael King. Good night, You princes of sea lab, you kings of the ocean. Captain, You cannot punish the crew like this. They will mutinies slaughter them like a wolf among lambs. Sir, come down, I'll see what I can do about finding your little toy. It's not a toy. It makes real cupcakes with a 40 watt bulb, And there's icing packets, but the secret ingredient His love, Damn it! Just try to calm down. Go have some pudding, putting kid fill the emptiness inside me, but it'll help Spox. Any idea what happened to this happy cake? Oven things? Yeah, I stole it and dumped it out in the ocean. What? Why did you do that? Part of a larger plan to drive him insane. Oh, I also have the orphans wet his bed while he's asleep. Have to hide my dirty sheets. Michael Caine would be so ashamed of me. Follow Carry Jackson on Twitter are FH Carrie, This is radio from hell on X Nigeria. Six, All right. 46 now before we award round one of the boners OK, we've we've emptied the phone lines there now. Wide open for your questions for Dr Kabul. 8776029696 call now get lined up and ask a question of our doctor. He's a real doctor. Unlike a Facebook doctor, he's a new instagram. Doctor YouTube doctor Way would suggest that you ask him questions about Corona virus. That was, Yeah. I mean, just don't call on asking about my rash. If you look at this, doctor Kabul is this all right, 8776029696, All right. Alright, Here we go. We will now announce the winner of the boner voting for the first ground and is brought to you in part by, uh, a nun Iun. Tart, huh? It was so good. I can't a tart. Really? Yeah. It was just absolutely delicious and onion tart and let's clean 2020 out of our carpets. Scheduling no residue carpet cleaning The zero rez this month Get three rooms clean for just 89 95 schedule online zero rez, carpet cleaning. Boner candidate number one. Louis, You are such a Gohmert, representative Louie Gohmert, suggesting violence in the streets.

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Rita Ora sorry for birthday party that broke lockdown rules

Who? Weekly

07:15 min | 10 months ago

Rita Ora sorry for birthday party that broke lockdown rules

"Now for some breaking news. Was she wary. Where was she seen she posted. Why on instagram. Who clean gone too long pause. What's rita ora up to. Who is this woman. We've never done this before we've never opened with what's read or up switching the order of the show were doing top down instead of bottom up. No we're doing bottom up top down bottom up and as we've said a few times in the past month or so rita's back to normal. You know the world isn't back to normal but reed is back to normal. Were sitting about it and yet now i'm like regret now like we jumped the thrill she was getting. We were thrilled. That she was getting The same number of headlines that she used to get however we didn't want her to get these types of headlines. Oh no this is very bad. So celebrated bad parts. Don't throw your own bad party. It's funny because when. When i saw that she was turning thirty i felt a little pang of leg odds tube-like turning thirty like this time like that's that's more rain could feel bad. Yeah for somebody who loves to party. She loves to party but she something happened here. And she's now in a lotta deep water. She's on the cover of the sun so when she turned thirty. This is what we thought on. Saturday night was at saturday night. That her she posted at thirtieth birthday video that her team made her. Were all these important people in her. Life mcwhirter happy birthday. Big jazz. host of it was just so many people i mean. It's dozens of pete. That's what we thought we were going to be talking about today. That's exactly what o our michael caine star studded video incredible. Here's who's in it. We identified a lot of these people even though it was very difficult and then and then this happened sunday night. We'll saturday night. saturday night. Rada had a birthday party that was like a fake up or they. So i think that a lot of people are doing this and this is not just celebrities. This is normal people. They're showing the world one thing on instagram than they're doing something entirely different offense to graham serena showed me beth so rita showed a thirtieth birthday party that was very small and cute in her apartment in her flat. There were balloons on the ceiling. She watched the video. You could tell there. Were a couple other voices in there. She showed this big spread of desserts and it was like look at this cake. I'm gonna eat it all by myself. Ha ha ha. So it's very like this is how i'm celebrating in these times. But she also had a thirtieth birthday party at a fancy restaurant in notting hill. Yeah and it looks like she just hossack rented the space definitely because there were people bringing in liquor and ice and so it looks like she just rented the space and had over thirty people. And it's apparently against the law to even have like more than one person outside of your household and there are more. Their lockdown laws are more We have some to here. But there's more and they're more will get you your name. They're more like actually taking this seriously but also like they should take rita ora doing this more seriously than anyone because again. She's a public figure. And this shit's going to get photographed. What i'm confused about. And i wonder what you think is like. Did somebody call the paparazzi. Like who how. What's the deal with that like. There were lots of photos or photos of the cops getting there and being like What's going on in here. You know like literally. They had photos of the whole shebang. People going in people going out. Rita going in rena going out and i just wonder like for rita we've already said like. Oh you know. She calls the paparazzi. But like you wouldn't call the paparazzi on your own like a legal birthday when you're doing something like flagrantly illegal but this dead. Maybe not someone whether it was someone at the restaurant a neighbor because it doesn't look like these people they're like they're actually sneaking and they're going back doors like it doesn't look like they wanted anywhere right there and also looks it also looks late as hell like it doesn't look. It doesn't look just like nighttime. It looks like it's late really fucking stupid like i. Not that. I want people to like you know flout these rules or whatever but it just looks. They did it. The stupidest way that i could imagine doing this type of kind of activity Are photos all over the son of like police officer showing up in peering into windows. They're blurry paparazzi time photos of her sister and that guy vast morgan showing up with arm. Loads of prospero tequila articulate brand. Poppy delevingne kara levin. A lot of people. I can't recognize among the thirty so if we have photos of those we have photos of the people people knew you know but there are twenty eight other people who weren't photograph because i guess they weren't important enough to be photographed. Her hat to have photographs. Patty love to identify those people. So according to the loss this is what it says in the guardian england's national lockdown which ends on tuesday which is like ria you could of waited it's against the law to meet more than person you do not live with acceptance specific circumstances. Police have the power to break up gatherings issue fines of up to ten thousand pounds for breaches of regulations so she just voluntarily pay according to the sun this morning. She just voluntarily paid ten thousand pounds. She was like you know what. Here's the money police. Stay away from me. I'm so sorry alone. She's on the cover of the sun with a mask on in a big firm furnish coat that says read a party. Cheater was a really good. That was a really good line in the sun that said bang out of ora. Rita ora slammed she flouts lockdown laws. With thirty thousand. I was like bang out of something. Must be a british slang and it is. It's bang out of order which means someone is like acting a mess acting fool. You're being unreasonable. Your bang out of order posted a apology already on instagram winch. Is you know she said hello. I attended a small gathering with you through the gathering rita. You through the party. It was it was a spur of the moment decision. No it wasn't. It was a party that you through a birthday party made with the misguided view that we were coming out of lockdown. This would be okay. You were but few days later. Sorry i've commentary for all this. I'm deeply sorry raking the rules and intern understand that. This put people at risk. This was a serious inexcusable. Error of judgement given the restrictions. I realize how responsibilities actions and i take full responsibility. I feel particularly embarrassed knowing firsthand. How hard people have worked to combat this terrible illness and being fully aware of the sacrifices that people and businesses have made to help. Keep us all safe. Even though. this won't make it right. I want to sincerely apologize.

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"caine" Discussed on The Grove Podcast

The Grove Podcast

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"caine" Discussed on The Grove Podcast

"At the individual level it starts when we're healthy. That's when the chain glassware. We can see the difference because we want to look at how groups of people. Well. It's bad to compare people when they're not well. If I don't know what you look like when you're well, how can I support your healing? Because you're healing is about going from broken into hall from sickness to wellness, but if I don't know where I'm going. I may also misinterpret your illness i. make things that your broken. This is like my broken nets because I started from the same place you started from, but if I did and then I did it, so in the mental health field, we have a phrase called cultural competence, and when I'm training counselors in class and internships, I'm teaching them how to do mental health work with people from different backgrounds, because mental health can't even be fully. Fully defined without cultural backdrop, because what it means to be well changes based on a culture. You know if I'm in India well Mrs very much associated with the connection to my family, if I'm in America wellness may be associated with how well I'm able to stand as an individual, and if I as a therapist download, different people with those definitions in criss them I'm going to do a bad job of helping them get well. Because, I have not properly defined. And so. We have to look at how what we defined as well then those on the shape our fee. And I'm going to keep going with this. Where Lady, gear and people that are going to jump in because some people Geico, what does all this wellness and mental health to do with this current situations, but let's let's go back. One track of. How could we each explore the beliefs that shaped Aaron Faith in Christ. Then, we'll go from there to lead to where we are today and the challenges that we've got today. Yes, so I'll say this for the sake of all the people who are listening. Just. Take a ride with me. RIDE IS GONNA. Feel like the long way and people want us to start right now. Just like what's going on. We're going through a lot. They'll take a ride with me. I want us to be able to look at it differently right so the individual level our faith shape by our personalities, and I'm giving away one of my favorite tools here I'm letting it out the bag, but one of my favorites in therapy with a Christian or even as as in ministry, Lay Ministry at the church is I'll ask somebody what their favorite scripture is. Because your favorite scriptures tells me a lot about who you are so. Would you like to share your favorite scripture. Yeah, we'll. We'll say I'm having therapy now, everyone. Eighty scripture rating is my favorite, but sort of life verse for me. One of mine is on I. Corinthians Fifteen, Fifty Eight, which says be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord knowing that in the Lord, your Labor is never in vain. So. Everybody listening is already breaking that down. That sounds like Christine Caine ninety seriously talk about always abounding in the work of the Lord, you are for for thirty years. You have been going full speed like you said three hundred days a year. You're not you're out of the country built an incredible ministry eight twenty-one propel. But you have never moved off the tenants of the fate. You are steadfast in a movable. You are a person who sticks to her guns and gets it done. That's. Trade therapy every. Through right now. Compare that to my favorite Sir John Chapter Ten when Jesus says Noman takes my life. I lay down. I have the power to lay down the power to pick it up again. Was that tell you about me and all the people listening to like we just figured out something about her. Why do you want me to say you know? What what it would tell me if you say men and no one Taylor I've got the power that you. You're a victim of anything you have the power to bring change transformation whatever that might be yet, and that's me and so just by listening to our favorite scriptures. It's like Oh, I know I know a little bit better because we're attracted to things in the word. That resonate with who we are, and so we see this, though even in the Bible in the books of Matthew Mark Luke and John have recounts, of Jesus Crucifixion, and every one of those recounts is slightly different, not contradictory just from a different perspective on the book of Luke all hear about our relationships. He talks about Simon. Helping Jesus garlic cross about Jesus commending his mother to John, but in the book of Mark. All we mostly hear about is the bad stuff. Stuff they corless beard out. They spit on them. We hear about the physical torture, and we hear about the emotional abuse so now luke was a doctor, but never mentioned Jesus physical suffering. Why would that be but then the book of Mark? We'll personality tell him that story was like? Oh, my Gosh! They humiliated him, and so that tells me that even the personality of the writers influence what they were most impacted by as they watch their savior be her sify died. And now, if either one of those went and started and wrote a doctrine and started organization, and all of this in all kind of be from that perspective now I can imagine that Luke's organization might have a very different feel than marks organization. If everything began to be built around there one perspective on what Jesus did. And, that is kind of what happens to us at the group level so at the group level we have values to, and there's certain things that we emphasize so you can find that in joke story, so Jo we had four gospels now in jobs. We got four perspectives on suffering. We got job and his three friends and. We know that strengths. We're not very good friends to him right. They were miserable supporters. Italy. He's suffering I mean his name meant hated suffering. He was suffering and his three friends come to help them, but the Bible is careful to tell us the name of the friend and where the friend is from. And we don't have time. That's one whole Bible study, but if people really studied that out, they'll find the name reflects the personality of the person, but where they're from also influence, and they come together to inform how they interpreted his suffering, and so there we have a crisscross where not only wear who you are, but where you're from will determine how you interpret another person's experience. Job is suffering and one of the the friends I think really represents kind of the American perspective on suffering, which was the first friend I won't start mispronouncing. Bible names right, but the first started with E., and he said basically well. You must have done something wrong. If you're suffering. You can't be innocent. You must have done something wrong. And I think that very much is reflective of how America. Perceives when something happens to someone. Did, they do wrong. Yeah, and so if you believe that then that would influence how you interpret the word and apply it to someone who you see suffering. They must have done something wrong. So we really have to pay attention to what are groups are teaching us about? Everything because that's what we call a worldview. Totally, so that's what we're talking about a worldview everyone, every single person watching this has worldview. And even if they were unaware of I think John, so, where does it come from? You know we get our view from where we're from. Right. We get it from, and generally worldviews are passed on through the match lineal line so wherever your mom grew up in her formative years is where you can kind of start to look for it or her mom or her mom's mom, so we get it from that ethnic space. Let me quickly. Tell the difference between race ethnicity. The way I'm using tonight because when we seeps race. We've talked about like what people look like skin color hair knows. And then we make a decision about we were. But I want people to think about race differently like if we could plus a rewind, but not history and everybody went backwards until we were all in the original places where we came from. Black would all be African continent together right? There will be any in Poland..

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Fashion History Now

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:42 min | 1 year ago

Fashion History Now

"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that

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New York: Judge dismisses ex-Knicks star Oakley's lawsuit against Dolan, MSG over ejection from game

The Rich Eisen Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

New York: Judge dismisses ex-Knicks star Oakley's lawsuit against Dolan, MSG over ejection from game

"This has been being talked about by all the NBA people. So I didn't want it to be spoiled for all right so this is a genuine reaction. I have no idea where you say. So what is the episode? That set you off where you're no longer going to attend games at masters locally being dragged by his pants or whatever out of the arena. Okay so after. That is out there and did nothing. So after that Charles Oakley Sue James Dolan Square Garden a civil lawsuit well today that lawsuit was dismissed by Manhattan federal judge so Oakley sued MSG for defamation assault false imprisonment and other and other things related to this twenty seventeen incident. He claimed in his suit. He was being unfairly targeted for making jabs at Dole. And who's also in attendance? And then they also claimed that oh he was drunk and belligerent. So this got thrown out. The judge sided with Dolan and Madison Square Garden. Saying Oakley failed to make a plausible legal argument to support these claims Madison Square Garden. James Dolan released a statement all no. We thanked the court for its ruling. This was an incident that no one was happy about. Maybe now there can be peace. Maybe be peace between us. What an olive branch. What an olive branch now. Maybe that you sued me. And there's no legal standing in I guess any New York Law Federal Law. Whatever law there might be that. There is no legal standing of an argument that I should win this case because James Dolan is a complete a whole. That's not that's not a legal a valid legal perch from which to sue someone so now maybe there can be peace between us. Oh my gosh. Is there nobody in Madison Square Garden? That could tell this man what to say. Is there nobody? I mean there has to be because he's the one that went to the Michael Caine interview years ago. Would that that said the binder that said talking points right. Yeah so. The man is open to receiving talking points. How can somebody say? Hey Mr Dolan if you don't mind taking off that scarf it's it's ridiculous and the Fidora Dora. If you don't mind makes you get just put away all of your materials getting set to open up for the mighty mighty Boston's what are the eagles. It's just eagles by the way. And and and if you say this there is a large portion of your Fan Base. That does feel that. Charles Oakley had a point. If you say that now there could be. Maybe peace between us that you're offering of an olive branch is his loss in court. Meaning you're the aggrieved party. Not Him. This might make things a little bit worse for this part of the fan base. That loves Charles. There's no is there. Nobody in that building that can look him in the face. And say you're paying me to say this to you even say that so. You don't feel whatever Rath that might rain upon you from a mercurial boss Kevin Kevin was the security Kevin can say it. Kevin can wait. Apparently

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"caine" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

Made For This with Jennie Allen

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

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"caine" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

Made For This with Jennie Allen

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Made For This with Jennie Allen

"This is about our faith Awa toaster says you know put God in his rightful place in a zip a love that you ask that because sometimes of people a southern I think Lonzo why that's the case because anyone that is close to me would certainly is cold me to do so when it comes down to it's not that I had FIA I learned to place what I do know about God above what when you're feeling feelings of you do know deep down ultimately that God awarded this person makes me what if what if that so you have to get to a place I think where would in God probably the most solemn becoming some of my theology since of fear it's just that I know fi doesn't come from God because scripture says God I'm feeling is not from you because you have not given us a spirit of fear but of love begun than the fee that I'm feeling in my emotions and my body but it wouldn't be true is brand new to public ministry I wasn't extra ambitious to go do that I definitely one to help me with my fear and I think God brings different mentors and different who was running so far out in front of me that you made me believe that I could do you're saying my background in more conservative church is more of a do and you weren't asking permission about it you just obeying God and it was super clear to you I'm not the same wimp I was years ago and I think you're a big part of that I love be strong and very courageous the fact that the Lord tells us to tycoon courageous most of the time because we have to take charge tyke hot you know be strong be very I would never even got married I would not have children I wouldn't even be doing what I'm doing if yeah because he doesn't want us to be fruitful because in order to be fruitful in our lives so what live a bit fruit if you do not walk forward in faith despite the I don't even notice any more but let's just say with every time we opening new twenty-one I mean I'm the NERD Jan Still Jedi US still write you remember God has not given a spirit of but of Love Parent Osama greater remind myself as much as anything else because the enemy wants to take we are we're looking at a generation that's more than ever and it goes deep sometimes sometimes uh-huh it takes the form of a really paralyzing route anxiety talk just a minute about middle-school now go to high school and my daughter's friends come on a really struggling on medication and missing school in a culture when we are seeing astronomical rises in I'm pressing poison going what is going on Lord like this huge I'm injuring more now with more aware of it now I'm not entirely sure but I'm watching I mean to have that kind of anxiety I'm seeing it in a middle school obviously some of that has to do with the fact that young people just like us have got access as well as some massive Soon Nami in another part you know like at night it is a lot when you know people you're connected it's going to shoot active shooting drills up never Australia doesn't it's being told what to do if a shooter comes I didn't even know what to do with that in my first two months you say tomato we are not GonNa go to America I am not going to raise my kids in is the reality of what we are confronting in the world in which we live in order to do doc ID school we are truly praying like it keeps you on the edge father I I if you let your mind go there all day every day and I've had to make I mean there are so many different causes that's why I certainly don't want to just focus experienced a couple of occasions where I really felt a visceral with I'm talking as a mother in some some of those issues involved with helping to rescue the victims of human for traffic is from a particular gang came into our office Mahal auto the white enough got.

'Caine Mutiny,' 'Winds of War' author Herman Wouk has died

PBS NewsHour

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

'Caine Mutiny,' 'Winds of War' author Herman Wouk has died

"And bestselling author, Herman wouk has died. His literary agents that he passed in his sleep today at his home in Palm Springs. California is remembered for books, such as the winds war and war and remembrance. He won the Pulitzer prize. Nineteen fifty two for the Caine mutiny, Herman wouk was one hundred and three years

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"caine" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"caine" Discussed on About to Review

"All these interviews. You will hear this sound between all of the interviews. All the interviews will be time coated in the post. Hello. Thank you to all of my guests. David Gill Bank. Matt pop Roberto Lonza resting Nixon James Clayton. Phil Granger Havana guppy Deb's Howard and Bonnie, hey for making the time during this very busy festival suit to sit down and talk with me. So to start the show here is the original theme song could by Damon Randall of ill-mannered media. Let's all go to the lobby. Let's all go to those lobby. Let's all go to the. Sound? Director and cool writer of Poulter heist is now joining me, David Gill Bank. Welcome. Hello. How are you going to be? So your film Poulter heist, which definitely I had to Google couple times. Because I was like how did he get the trademark for poltergeist? I was pretty sure somebody else had that. And then I was like wait plan words Poulter heist. Exactly rhyme. So very clever talk about this really clever film. I'll thank you very much. I'm well. It was we we'd come up with the idea for poll to heist in effect about oh about eight years ago nine years ago. And we wrote a short script a short film around the idea the central idea was that a psychic medium would be possessed by gangster. And that was the sort of the the idea the central idea of it. And so we wrote a short film, but we didn't have quite the actors because up until then time we don't dishes a couple of people. But they went quite right. And they didn't really have what what I was looking for, you know, I'm heavily influenced by films like get up. Michael Caine film, the British Michael Caine, film and films. The exorcist and the omen and things are that. No. So I wanted to to mash the was up a little bit and and mix it up and get that story. So we came up with the whole idea of the central idea is that too low level gangster sort of soldiers make make a mistake. They accidentally. Somebody who who has access to all this money that they need. So they go and they come up with the bright idea of kidnapping, a psychic medium who will channel some answers all be able to give them spans assist away this booth. This money is is is buried, and of course, they all they do is unleash a demon. Well, somebody who's the foam a boss who's who's out for revenge in a big way. And we wrote the short film in the short film. We found a couple of actors who did a really good job on. So we made a short film and that was about four or five years ago. And that film did very well on the festival circuit when all around the world and off the back of that we developed a bit of momentum. And we raise some cash, and we made a feature film. We wrote a really good script. I thought was a really really good script that just kept the story propelling the story. So we cut all the fat away. We made it was the story was all about was compelling and just kept on moving. So I think you might if you've seen the film you'll see that they it just moves it gave moves really really quickly. And there's there's not a lotta time to sit in just a little what's going on. It just the story keeps going on. And that's what we wanted to do. I consider myself a commercial filmmaker somebody who makes it film that we're audiences. You don't have to go and pull them to the meaning of life audiences will go in and they'll get a lot of bang for their buck. This is this is in every sense of the word. This was an indie film, a very low budget indie film, but we may damn show that we had a really good scrip. But we also had some really good actors, and I got an young up and coming director photography to actually get make the vision come alive as it were. And we put together pretty good film, which I will. I like to think it's a pretty good film agree as well, though. You know, and so it's in every essence of the way, it's a low budget..

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Book excerpt: Michael Caine's "Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Lessons in Life"

Q

12:30 min | 2 years ago

Book excerpt: Michael Caine's "Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Lessons in Life"

"And in life, and you might have guessed it. The new book is called blowing the bloody doors off, Michael. Join Tom power from studio in London today. Right into it. Sir. Michael caine? Welcome to Q. Thank you very much. I'm so blowing the doors off is a book full of advice. And some of it is from you directly. Some of it is advice you've received over the years. Can you tell me about the advice? You got from John Wayne when you ran into him at the Beverly Hills hotel. Yeah. Yeah. He I just by Alfie, and I was in in in in Hollywood with nothing to do. I was going to a movie we Shirley, MacLaine it. She was late coming there. And I didn't know anybody so used to sit in the lobby looking for movie saws spotted John Wayne, and he was registered in a hotel Luca be said to be what's your name? K I said Michael Caine he said in that movie Alfie, and he said you got to be a star kid. So should thank you. Thanks very much. They said let me give you some advice. I should. Okay. Yeah. Fine months. He said, we talk talk low talk slow and does say too much. And he looked down at my shoes knows worry suede shoes. And he said a never wear suede shoes. He said never wear suede shoes. I said why not? He said because I just told you you're going to be famous you're going to be a stock it. He said you're going to be taken a p in the jets toilet demand. Next year is going to recognize your turn it. So Michael Cain is gonna pay all over your shoes. So don't wait. What a thing. It must be to have John Wayne tell you you're going to be a star. Hey was stunned in Hollywood. When I went there because I'd been a film fan on my life. But to actually go there and made them, you know, it was amazing. John Wayne is very kind to you. He gives you advice, even near death. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, my wife had pen to scientists and she was in hospital visitor. John Wayne was dying in the next room. And we used to walk up and down the corridor. You were pajamas and addressing gown in a cowboy hat in a hospital. He was dying. You know, and he said never worry about dying cages get on with your life. Just do what you wanna do because we're all gonna die. You know that I said, yes. Yes. John. And we say good bye. And I never saw him again. That's beautiful. That's an amazing story. There's a piece of acting advice that I really loved that you come to a few times in the book. So you're playing a drunk on stage the very beginning of your career. Oh, yeah. I would imagine playing a drunken stage like you would hiccuping and stumbling around, but you get a piece of advice and a piece of direction that you really think shaped your work forever. Right. Oh, I did it. I was in first little theatre version is a stage actor I was playing a drunk. We were rehearsing and came on and started in and said, wait a minute. My what are you doing? I said we'll drunkenness and he said, no, he said, you know, proper drunk a drunk is a man who is trying to speak, clearly and walk straight. You are an actor who's trying to mumble a book crooked and the other one he said to me a little later I seen in a play where I had to cry. And so I was crying. And then again, he stopped me said, what are you doing? I said we're not crying in. He said you're supposed to be a man crying. When a man cries. He will do anything not to cry. You are an actor who's doing anything to try cry. You said you got to run you go to run. And so he told me movie acting in two sentences. It feels like it's it's a much harder. What is required then what you originally doing? And it's almost like you have to act mostly inside of you. Oh, yeah. You you do I mean one of the things you gotta remember when you're rehearsing some some when I was in the theater is to look in the mirror Beethoven rehearsed. You know, an experienced tech said to me said never look at the mirror said never let anyone read the lines your lines back at you to rehearse. He said because you've got to remember when you hear the lines is conversation in a movie, that's the first time you ever heard that man say that. But you just got to know the answer to what he say. That's that's so fascinating. You talk about how you use real incidents from your life as an actor. For example, you use it dark memory from your childhood during World War Two when you want to conjure up h I should be clear. You you grew up in London. During World War Two. Tell me a little bit more about that. Oh, yeah. I was I'm a Londoner six when the war started and twelve when it ended, but I was evacuated a lot of the time. So. I was very lucky because the blitz wasn't continuous. There was always gaps because he they used to change the weapons, you know, to be it'd be incendiary for a while. A. Hi, explosives doodle bugs. And then the last one which will be the most worst one with the rockets. Well, it's an interesting point because you talk about using your experience as a soldier in Korea. When you want to feel fear as an actor. But is that a strange feeling being aware that you need to keep in touch with some of the most traumatic moments in your life in order to do your craft. Oh, yeah. I have an incident. I've never told anybody, including my wife, you've been married forty seven years what I do to make me cry. I think of something in my life, and I burst into tears it. It was so. And it wasn't even horrible or terrible. It was just very very sensitive. That's all I thought you were about to tell me just then now never told us. So. If I wanna be able to do it. But you know, what I mean, it's it's it's a funny thing in order to access this part of your craft. You actually do have to relive most most people would like to bury those away forever. Wait, I'm Stanislavsky method actor you you have to live on what happened in your life. What do you think growing up during the war did for you as an actor? It taught me every experience did you can feel right through a great joy and terrible agony an extreme fear. You know, it was it was terrible agony when the war. Started extreme fear all the way through an incredible joy when it finished. And so everything was in the extreme. I remember someone has a reporter said what what was it about? Oh, you guys in the sixties. But it was is people like me. I was the oldest of the sixties was born in the depression in the thirties. Six to twelve hours in a war. When I was eighteen I sent me defy in Korea. You know, when I got home the fifties in London rationing was still on the place was like a morgue vizo roads. And we were burning coal for heating. So smug every day every single day. There was smoke and disgusting place to be and then when we got to the sixties Khrushchev said, we have an atom bomb. You've got four minutes to live. So I suppose we also got formulas to live. We might as well have a good times. I always say that's how the sixties happened. We all had a fabulous time. Let's funny Roger Daltry from the who. And he said the same thing. He said he grew up with rations. He grew up. He said it made him grow up very short. So when time came that he could live life. He wanted to do as much as he could. But we've all exactly the same and the sixties wasn't mastered by anybody nobody thought of it while it was going on. Nobody wrote about. About it was only written about it was just thousands and thousands of working class. People said I've had enough we went we went out. And did what we wanted to do. The thing about the sixties. Everybody I met who is completely unknown became famous. I remember I was sharing. A fact we my friend Terence stamp, and he had a brother, and I was sitting with him. And I said, what do you want to do with your life? He said I'm going to be a music manager. I said, oh, really, you know, tell hoopla is going to be, you know, twenty year old company boy, ill educated and everything. Would never wait. You went to grammar school. Yeah. Yeah. So I said, oh, yeah. Well, good luck. Forgot about it. He said. My mate, we're going to be we've found an act last night. I said, oh, really what was it cold? He said to who. And I found in a pub I finished because he died recently, Chris Christine. But he died very successful and wealthy, man. Do you feel like the whole class thing, isn't as isn't as heavy as it was. When you first started. Oh my God. No, no, no, no. It's still there. But it has no power. I mean, nobody takes any notice of any judge because there are so or something even you know, take. Anyway, I didn't know whether to call you, sir. Now, everybody goes re Michael doug- used the title. So the book is called blowing the doors off Michael Caines Serb, sir. Michael Caine with. No alright. This book is about the lessons you learned throughout your career. So we've talked a little bit about the sixties, and and you coming up and breaking through and becoming this huge success. What I also find interesting is the later stages so in the nineties, you were looking at retiring from films altogether and your credit Jack Nicholson for bringing back from retirement, right? Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I when when is about sixty sixty one or something like that, I got a script producer send it back. So I don't want to do it. The part was too small, and he send it back saying I did want you to read the lover of what did you read the father? And so I suddenly realized up of a lover anymore. If you're going to be a movie star, you gotta get the girl. You know? Now, I'm going to be the father to go to hell with it. So every tired, and I went to Miami department and spend the Miami in the winter in Miami are stayed in London as well. But I had had a restaurant in London restaurant in in in Miami. And that was a success. And I wrote my autobiography at the end of my career, which was called the elephant to Hollywood because I come from a place in London, cool the elephant and castle. So I thought that was a good elephant to Hollywood. And so they're right in my book, and Jack meatless Lewisham is living the way man paint, we became friends and. Suddenly one day kind of got a script. He says it good good partner for you. You say. I live with blood and wine, and it was a very it wasn't a starring pie. Obviously Jack was the star. So I thought well, I'll do this is very good. I'm what I'd done is. I'd I'd made a mistake every tiring too soon. You know, because I went on to begin the second Academy Award for decide to house rules.

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"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"We don't have the technology, planets, movies, do they need to make before we realize what we're doing here, like they've been warning since the sixties about Charlton. Heston kicked it all off the Asli. And now I think those James Frank, I don't know what the most recent plan of the movies are about, but they but they're telling us that your ring friend, he's not. He's not chill. He's plotting. He is putting together a plan and it involves you. Jesse. I think I think they might be plotting. They might be like, man, we could take humanity or I could like relaxing this hammock for a while which no other rantings in the wild get to do, and it's pretty great to like hammocks have not made it to the jungle yet. I don't know. I can't read his mind. I, you know, who am I if we talked about in back into the jungle. He probably like, man, I had it made in the shade literally at the zoo. In some ways as the ape uprising ready gun because they've like worth bringing them food, we clean. Exactly. That's what I'm saying. If if you like repatriated to the to the jungle, he'd be like, dude, I basically in the animal kingdom version of a gated community. It was fantastic hearing me stuff every night. You know, I had all these people walking by for entertainment. It's about putting the whales back in the wild. You're like, you're gonna raise them in this ball. Go back. They. Ocean strip them of all. If they get into a conflict out of wild. Now, you know, they use it their killer. Whales used to fight it out. Now they try to solve it like west side story in dance, fight it out because that's the only. Right? So we have. The thing about SeaWorld let's keep it. Let's keep it. So we can see these San Antonio, five orcas let's let's don't put them out to see. Let's just look z. for you, but to the humane thing and this fraud. Oh my gosh. Here on Stor orca burgers. Fish fish, we're fifteen minutes. This podcast we've taken down musicals zoos, SeaWorld. We might sheriff. My soul. Not thrill. I just want I in all serious. Any listeners that were offended by anything that was said? I seriously, I apologize for nothing. Relevant. Yeah, he would have taken to task on everyone of those this way to call. We have great show and store few today. Coming up later, we talked to one of our heroes on friends. Christine Caine is joining. She's through. We hate budget. Great. Generation to Lord lean movements..

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"caine" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

"Folks i'm joined instudio the one and only christine caine christine caine is an australian born lover of jesus also the best selling author and international speaker she and her husband nick founded the global anti human trafficking organization that eight twenty one campaign that we all so love they also founded propel women and she's the author of seven books including our most recent unexpected lee fear behind move forward and faith embrace the future and you can see why i've got her on the show today in this expectation gap episode christine so good to have you here with us it's my honor to be back thank you yes so of course we're honored to have christine caine on and got so much wisdom to share and and so many fresh stories in this book love to hear your insight on just where this idea was birthed from unexpected had to come from somewhere talked to a lot of people around the world literally different continents but this unexpected it's happened in your life as well we'd love to hear about that this a couple of things i think you know chris in the last couple of years you've noticed but the world's going cry crate this degrees of cray and a lot of unexpected things have happened you know the marlins cape of the world has shifted economically politically socially this just being summoned so many natural disasters terra crime and so as i've traveled on every continent i'm watching a lot of people kind of got really shaken by all these unexpected events to think as a believer the unexpected really is life like you know jesus doesn't call us to a an expected adventure he says when trawls common so i started to think why we shaking and then things that happened in my life because a lot of people think will you run a twenty one you do propel you know you're kind of like you solex superwoman above any kind of adversity oh pain enough oh you know what a lot of people a lot of the pain i overcame from poss.

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"caine" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Double Toasted

"One time i congratulate the women brain pregnant and she wasn't i've never done it again fifty years i've never done it i love my lesson or do i wish i was there is as you see that was quick right there but there were other comments made to me by freeman before and after this one but they were not caught on tape we reached out to eleanor michael cain his co stars who were seated next to him and they could not alan are could not be reached for comment and michael caine declined to comment these are few of the allegations that are in our story you can read the full investigation on cnn dot com i absolutely will create reporting claim alaska green flung thank you great reporting is when you have a little more substance right there year that's bullshit i'm gonna we got two women in the room and so i'm going to let them speak yeah are you saying the same thing that i'm seeing in this yeah my wife and i actually watched this field okay let's wait to hear this we got to see what this is about 'cause he's really this woman is really making the stick that she was really really know harass and maybe you know maybe she was but what we saw we we saw we heard michael cain tell the story about how he thought a woman was was was pregnant and yadda yadda yadda and afterwards we have morgan freeman say wow i wish i was there now what we heard was him responding to michael caine sane he was he was there to hear that story to see this foolish this his face michael caines face we didn't hear this though i wish i was there when you got pregnant.

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"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Yep well that nova wrappings up many things to our sponsor for making the episode possible remember at ziprecruiter you can try it for free by going to ziprecruiter dot com slash relevant you can try to we've used a recruiter in it's fantastic way to find a great candidates for your job openings also thanks christine caine you can follow her on twitter at christine caine and make sure to check out her new book unexpected it is out now why guess with that we're wrapping up okay two weeks in the can so far so good i'm liking it let us know what you think about the new format hit us up on twitter let us know what you think about to show a week and if again if you missed wednesday's episode go check it out you won't wanna miss the andy minneola interview and the hot takes about lighthouses all right okay well i'm came restoring i'm andrea henry jailer string jesse kerry and down we'll see you guys on wednesday thank you for listening to the relevant podcast if you like what you heard be sure to leave us a review on items checkout other shows from the relevant podcast network in the podcast section at relevant magazine dot com and while you're there bras exclusive podcast merchandise at our online store make sure to subscribe to relevant magazine info is available at relevant magazine dot com ford slash subscribe and slapped topple lebron's head is hard as he can effort to rub off his hair plugs.

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"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"From the creators of relevant magazine this is the relevant podcast it's friday may eleven two thousand eighteen and it's relevant podcast i'm your host cameron strang in here with me in our orlando studios andrea hitter yoyo over there on the ones and twos are they are lustrous producer my brother taylor string load on skype line from loveland virginia jesse gary hello and all the way from nashville tennessee author speaker podcast they're our newest cast member any f downs i jets good mornin all right this is it to week two of two episodes so another one in the can if you didn't if you're a normal kind of friday night download her go check your feet there's a wednesday show waiting for you as well over version the grand experiment this month we are feeling out going to two shows a week and so far so good we've even joined it the response has been good the sponsors like it more content for you guys let me give this teaser for friday show which is randy many takes wednesday windy tune in to stay the lighthouse takes they get hot broke down donald glover konya and lighthouses all the all the hold conversations we have our finger on the pulse of what the american people want to all the important you up at night and not so much lighthouse lighthouse keepers that was wednesday's episode actually so the cool thing is by going to week the thing that really sparked this shift for us was we had too many great guests than than we could squeeze in on one show and so this this week on wednesday we hit a andy menu and today on today's show none other than christine caine is joining us.

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"caine" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"It is time to keep your reply with the key really to the wicket man is it it's game and at the very end almost at the very end before you actually see the wicket a man road some around lucas of elite character greets highway and roswell road character on the cliffs and his fast words on the game is over the game of the hunting the hunter and that is the crew were there because they film is full of clues rather like in a treasure hunt placed in plain sight you can see them but turnover was show quite what they mean well it could be cumulative mother time you get that who sort of i hope say i of course there's an unnerving qualities to film his that something you can write down or is that something that happened will i think when you point the camera i think that the screenwriter has to dig in uttar credit for that because he a marvellously funny play cole sloop amtra spend to film with other modes livvy and michael caine and i think that that was a crew to weather the human came from that was love him i mean the how of film up until the point that they meet on the cliffs before you see the wicket man is i think a successful attempt to level the origins into a sense of insecurity in the this nice unusually warm for scotland community that have gone back to living a very allen peer too existence which we leave the celtic will walls louis remade lawfully remade to be touched by the songs in some cases.

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"caine" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"caine" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"Dude michael keane's in everything i literally could have picked a movie and it would have been i mean he's in everything dude i mean he's even in dunkirk as an uncreditworthy voice like are you fucking kidding me aga obey in dunkirk is there a move a common worse michael caine oppression of all time fonda will ever fucking well avoid at direct o our work to if we fucking out the dark not fonda if there's a spark affair so bad i who michael caine as a website that's hilarious you know he literally had nothing to do with it michael caine has a website while the official website of sir michael caine first of all if you're a sir dude if i i'll never become a sir but if anyone ever fucking anointed me and i became a sir anyone ever called me sir kristalina i'd fucking say hey man just comic kris okay dude look at all the movies he's been in this guy you know he doesn't give a fuck about any of until especially the later once so funny dude like he was in now you see me too you know and they're like they're like hey michael caine as for like do you were you feel like are they want you to do all dunaway no well this is the old though it all right they want you to fly to alter it on on cad though are i'll do any movie ever won't may today.

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