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"carrie mulligan" Discussed on WTOP
"Right now. In Centerville, It is 63 degrees. Fredericksburg, 66 degrees and Gaithersburg 64. Degrees. Thanks Briana 4 51 w. T. O p, Who is responsible for what Some people call censorship when the book gets pulled from the shelves. Washington Post Book critic Ron Charles looked at that Your neighborhood bookstore may not have the types of books that people complain about, maybe for being racist or transphobic, because maybe those are the kinds of books they stock for you. Your local independent bookseller has selected books according to what they think is important what they think you might like. It's an entirely different kind of experience different, says Ron Charles, from huge online booksellers. They just carry everything and then wait for somebody to notice something they don't like. Make a fuss and pull it down. So who notices books that may offend process of curation has been shifted from booksellers onto customers, which seems like a really inefficient and messy way to curate your inventory. Sandy coz l w t o p News. The most awaited moment at tonight's Academy Awards will come at the very end when they hand out the prize for best picture. Hey, I said, What are you doing? Promising young woman with Carrie Mulligan is up against seven other movies, including the father with Anthony Hopkins. I don't need her anyone else. I can manage very well on my own and tonight's most nominated film Manc, Mrs Harmon Mankowitz, but critics say the one to beat is Nomad land. Work like work. It's also the favorite for best director, which would make Chloe Zhao only the second woman to win and the first woman of color to ever take.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Miss C appears to be on the rise in the U. S. Aaron Millstone, a pediatric infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins says the syndrome may sneak up in unpredictable ways. We have a lot of people who come in, and they don't understand why they're kids sick and we say Well, was anyone sick a month ago and they said, Oh, yeah, Colbert ran through our house. I was sick. My partner was sick or other kid was sick and this child It's fine. And here they are. A month later in the hospital in the intensive care unit. We're trying to make it very clear that this Mr C is a post infectious process associate with covert meeting When kids come in. We don't think they're really at risk of spreading the virus. At that point, they've already clear the infection. Another body is just still going a little bit crazy responding to that prior viral infection Millstone says seeking medical care promptly is important. So if you suspect your child may be exhibiting symptoms of Missy, bring them in right away at Johns Hopkins on Elizabeth Tracy. Right now. It's 2 26. The Oscars start tonight at eight featuring no host no audience, and it's happening at Ella's Union station instead of the traditional Dolby Theater. Despite all the changes, there's still a lot of anticipation around who will come away with the top honor. Best picture. CBS. Deborah Rodriguez takes a look at the contenders. Hey, I said, What are you doing? Promising young woman with Carrie Mulligan is up against seven other movies, including the father with Anthony Hopkins. I don't need her anyone else. I can manage very well on my own and tonight's most nominated film Manc, Mrs.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Certain states eye exams provided by independent ophthalmologists. See stores for details. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the Threes. Thank you. Other forecast with Dave Samuel calling for periods of rain today it will be breezy and chili with temperatures in the fifties clears out overnight tonight windy. No about 43. Then tomorrow looks great sunshine, breezy and milder and hi to about 60 right now. Showers in Boston and 53 Degrees live local and fiercely independent. This is WBC news radio. Good morning. Thanks for joining us. Some Charlie Birds run And here are the five things you need to know it, 9 44. New ABC Washington Post poll shows President Biden's approval rating at 100 days is being helped by his handling of the pandemic, but hurt by issues of the southern border. An encouraging sign in the battle against covert 19 in Massachusetts. The seven day average of positive tests now down below 2%, Rhode Island man charged with assaulting a 16 year old worker at a Wal Mart in north Smithfield, after being asked to put a mask on his young child. Boston police, arresting a pair of 17 year old in connection with the theft of five cars from the enterprise rental facility in Chelsea theme the most awaited moment that tonight's Academy Awards will come at the very end. They hand out the prize for best picture. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez takes a look at the contenders. Hey, I said, What are you doing? Promising young woman with Carrie Mulligan is up against seven other movies, including the Father with Anthony Hopkins. I don't need her anyone else. I can manage very well on my own and tonight's most nominated film Manc, Mrs Berman Mankowitz, but critics say the one to beat is Nomad land need work. Like work. It's also the favorite for best director, which would make Chloe Zhao only the second woman to win and the first woman of color to ever take the trophy. Deborah Rodriguez.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Correspondent Deborah Rodriguez takes a look at the contenders. Hey, I said, What are you doing? Promising young woman with Carrie Mulligan is up against seven other movies, including the Father with Anthony Hopkins. I don't need her anyone else. I can manage very well on my own and tonight's most nominated film Manc, Mrs Harmon Mankowitz. But critics say the one to beat is Nomad land need work. Like work. It's also the favorite for best director, which would make Chloe Zhao only the second woman to win and the first woman of color to ever take the trophy. Deborah Rodriguez CBS News, the Return of the Johnson and Johnson single shot covert vaccine comes his demand is apparently Lagging. There's ABC Selwyn Lopez over the past nine days, the average number of daily vaccines administered, dropping nearly 16% and with supply outpacing demand, some states like Louisiana and Mississippi now asking for fewer doses, adding to growing concerns that vaccine hesitancy could trigger spikes in cases. In New York City run vaccine sites now opening doors walk ins. Welcome to anyone 16 and over appointments no longer needed here in Massachusetts over 2.3 Million residents now have been fully vaccinated against Coronavirus after blasting off from Florida's Kennedy Space Center on Friday on a re used space X rocket, a crew of astronauts arriving at the International Space Station whose ABC is Michelle Franzen, Space Excess Crude Dragon Capsule Endeavor docking at the International Space Station early Saturday, six copies on the big Loop hatches open with the arrival of four astronauts, including NASA's Shane Kimbrough and pilot Megan McArthur. Capture complete welcome Toe. I assess welcomed by the crew already there were so Excited to be here. We're ready to get to work That makes 11 astronauts in all the most onboard the ISS at once, until next week, when four astronauts returned to Earth with only seven sleeping cabins. Two astronauts will sleep in the duct capsule, NASA says to others will tether themselves in floating beds somewhere on board. Michelle Franzen, ABC name Los Angeles police say one Still unidentified man is dead hit. In an officer involved shooting yesterday in Hollywood. The shooting happening near Sunset Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue at about 2 30. The man was seen lying in the middle of the street after shots rang out. Still not clear how the confrontation with the police started. Police say the man started to pull his right hand from behind his back out to the front. And at that time police shot the man. Ah black sedan that appeared to be covered with messages was nearby. No police officers appear to be injured Detective Megan Aguilar with the LAPD. The driver of that car that had reversed back.
'Promising Young Woman' Doesn't Let Anyone Off the Hook
"Comic feminist revenge film Promising young woman has five Oscar nominations. Best picture director, screenplay, actress and film editing. That's pretty remarkable, considering it's the first feature film made by Emerald Finnell. She spoke with our producer Sam Rigger who can fill us in about the movie. General Channel wrote and directed, promising and woman, which starts Carrie Mulligan is Cassie. Cassie is in grief over the loss of her best friend who the movie implies, died by suicide after her rape and medical school. Rape witnessed by other students and ignored by the school. Since then cast his life has been put on hold. She dropped out of the same med school works at a coffee shop and hasn't moved out of her parent's home who are very concerned about her. However, at night Cassie Hunt sexual predators, She goes to bars and clubs and pretends to be falling down drunk. Invariably, a man will offer to help her when in fact, they take her home and try to take advantage of her inebriated state. When it's clear what's happening. Cassie snaps out of her drunken act and confronts them. Here's a scene where she's rebuking one of those men played by Christopher Mintz. Plus Just that you were drunk. Yeah, really drunk. Yeah, well, I'm not. But that's good, isn't it? E think you should leave. Oh, now you want me to leave? No, just really high like I'm really high right now. I don't know what I'm doing. E think you should go on a second ago. You were determined for me to stay. You're pretty assistant actually. I'm a nice guy. Are you way had a connection? I guess a connection. Okay. What do I do for a living? Sorry. Maybe that was too hard. How old am I?
Chadwick Boseman earns posthumous best actor Oscar nomination
"Starring opposite Viola Davis and Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Bozeman competes in the best actor category with Riz Ahmed for sound of metal Anthony Hopkins in the Father, Gary Oldman in Bank and Steven Young for Minori. This actress nominees are Carrie Mulligan for promising young woman, Frances McDormand for Nomad land by all the Davis Iban Rainey's black bottom, but Kirby for pieces of a woman and Andra Day in the United States vs Billie Holiday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. The nominees for Best picture are the Father, Judas and the Black
2021 Oscar nominations spotlight "Mank," Chadwick Boseman
"News Oscar nominees Air Out the 2021 Academy Award nominees are announced for best picture. The Father, Judas and the Black Messiah. Manc Minori Nomad Land, promising Young Woman Sound of Metal and the Trial of the Chicago Seven Manc lead with 10 total nominations. The late actor Chadwick Boseman being recognized with the best actor nomination for his work in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom. Other nominees in that category include Riz Ahmed, Anthony Hopkins, Gary Oldman and Steven Young. Best actress. Nominees include Viola Davis, Andra Day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. The 2021 Academy Awards Air Sunday, April
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of nominees
"Let's start off with the major categories. First of all, for best picture. For the Golden Globes. They break it down. Best picture drama and best picture, music or comedy. So let's start off with best picture drama in which the nominees are Nomad Land. This is the amazing movie with Frances McDormand. Who, you know, play. Somebody who's her life is sort of falling apart and she gets in a van and hits the road and lives in RV camps and recreational areas taking on you know little seasonal jobs along the way. It zest a very sweet and very thoughtful, touching movie. I think this is going to be the big winner for tonight. You know People love Frances McDormand. I think that this is gonna have a lot of Lot of success at the Golden Globes tonight. It will be up against the trial of the Chicago Seven, which, if Nomad land doesn't win trial of the Chicago Seven is going to win. This is the Aaron Sorkin. The written and directed production about the famous Chicago seven trial that took place in Chicago 50 years ago. The Carrie Mulligan movie promising young woman Is a revenge thriller, also an outstanding films nominated for tonight and also the Anthony Hopkins movie called The Father. Those air. Your nominees were best Drama for performances in the dramatic category. For actresses. The nominees are Violet Davis on Drew a day, Vanessa Kirby, Frances McDormand and Carrie Mulligan. For best actors in the drama. The nominees are Riz Um, Ed Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Hopkins. I think the winners are going to be Frances McDormand and I just I don't know how Chadwick Boseman Doesn't win. He's amazing in the movie Ma Rainey's black bottom. But you know the fact that he passed away the young age and nobody knew that he was fighting cancer. I think that probably is going toe play into the Planted the decision making also for best movie, musical or comedy. The nominees are Boer at subsequent movie film Hamilton. When they put together a television version of Hamilton in the put it on Disney. Plus, this got nominated. The motion picture called Music was nominated, as was the comedy with Andy Sandberg, Palm Springs. And the Ryan Murphy directed production. The prom. Which has Meryl Streep and has just AH, whole variety of very talented actors. That's also nominated for best picture as well. I kind of have a feeling that Borat is going to want to ping the winner tonight in the musical or comedy category. For best actress in a motion picture Maria Buckler Cova, who is placed Borat's daughter in Borat. Subsequent movie film Kate Hudson from music. And, uh, Anya Taylor, Joy dominated for the movie called Emma for best performance by an actor in a motion picture, musical or comedy. Sasha Baron Cohen is nominated James Corden from the prom Lin Manuel Miranda from Hamilton Dev Patel for the personal history of David Copperfield and Andy Sandberg. For Palm Springs again. I think it's going to be a kind of in a reverend pick, but I think Sasha Baron Cohen could wind up being the winner. Now. The Golden Globes also give out
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on WTOP
"C o P. Well, get yourself ready for a film that might give you a jolt this weekend as we look at some of our entertainment options promising young woman stars Carrie Mulligan in a dark revenge thriller. That's also part comedy. Every week. I got a club I act like I'm too drunk to stand on every week and nice guy comes over to see if I'm okay. Okay, so pretty I'm a nice guy. Are you my joining us live now It's vulture critic Jen Chaney on Skype. Jan Deb sent around a note this morning telling everybody on the team that they had the watch this trailer and now I am psyched to see this movie. What did you think about it? Yeah, I can tell you're intrigued. You know, this is one of those movies that's been out in theaters. But since most of us aren't going to theaters now that it's on streaming, this is really our first opportunity to see it. And, as you described it is riveted revenge fantasy about a young woman named Cassie, who does exactly what she described in that clip who pretends to be drunk. Allows men to think they're going to take advantage of her and then turns the tables. But as the movie progresses, you realize it's not just a revenge fantasy. There's something deeper going on here, and there's more of a dramatic element to it. Carrie Mulligan, who plays the lead role, as you said, is just phenomenal in this movie I was, you know, riveted to it from beginning to end. Okay, so that's definitely must watch. Let's talk about one division. This is the New Disney Plus Marvel series that begins streaming. I think it's what nine episodes begins this weekend. Yes, it's nine episodes. We get the first two today and then after that one will follow each week. And it's such an interesting premise for Marvel Series. It takes two of the characters we know from the Marvel Movies Wanda and Vision played by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, and in each episode, it places them in a different sitcom in a different decade. So we started the fifties. We go to the sixties, the seventies and so on. And but there's something underlying that's going on. That feels like it's going to connect us back to the Marvel universe eventually, but they're having so much fun in this show, and I just thought it was absolutely delightful. I even if you don't like Marvel, I think this is something that you'll probably enjoy. All right. Couple of good options for the weekend when there isn't a football game on. Thank you, Jen. We appreciate it. Thank you. That is vulture critic Jen Chaney Joining us on Skype coming up A look at Sports Day with us. 10 14 Virginia Lottery has.
'Promising Young Woman' Movie Review
"That this is this was a very big, controversial movie at Sundance. This this last go around. Starts Carey Mulligan as a former med student, and she has a very particular routine. She will go into a bar act very drunk. Wait for some guy that had taken take her home to his place. And then when he starts doing not my thing, she suddenly she suddenly appears very sober. And he had the jet. The man in question is like very Uh on and she does this Azzawi discovers the movie goes on. There's a reason she does this and it involves something from her past when she was in medical school. Uh, It is very stylishly the director, Um Hamilton l, who is the showrunner for killing heave. This is her first feature film on it is It isn't really well done. It is. It is very, uh, in your face about you know, the issues of Uh, you know, we'll way men act toward women on Carrie Mulligan is just amazing in it. So
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Comes in at number 24 Holy Justin Bieber, featuring chance. The rapper. Bradley Cooper's directorial fall up to his Oscar nominated a star is born, is finally coming together after he found its leading lady Carrie Mulligan, probably known best for 2013 of the Great Gatsby has joined the cast of Maestro, which Bradley's directing writing, starring in The film is similar to a star is born, and the music is at the core of the story. Bradley will play legendary composer Leonard Bernstein, who wrote the music for West Side Story and is one of the most influential artist of the 20th century. Carrie's gonna play his wife and the film will cover their complicated 30 year bond. Bradley has been working passionately for three years on the script with Josh Singer, the Academy Award winning writer of Spotlight here with Ryan Seacrest on 80. 40 number 23 Don't really get to know you couldn't fit him every time. I know you can't interns every girl's age. Jenna get the same one. They're not your friends. I need you to weigh Thiss. Time is is trying That way. This time. I don't get it. Do Calvin airs and the weekend over now, Demi Lovato. I love.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Heliport him Christiane. Welcome to this very special ferry mini interview. Episodes of the empire podcast. Carey mulligan is one of our favorite actors, and she's been storm ended on the big screen ever since she burst through with an education since then she's displayed admirable taste in working with some of the best filmmakers around from the Coen brothers, Tabatha Lerman and has offense to knack for creating memorable flawed characters. Nowhere is that clearer Lennon Paul donnas wildlife which open here on Friday. She came at the pope with recently to have a chat about that movie and more with John Nugent, do please enjoy. So we are throats to have Carrie mulligan on the impetus. How are you? Very well. Thank you. We're about wildlife tastic foam so beautiful and and kind of sad as well. And it's based on the novel by rich foods, and you read the book before I hadn't read actually anything foods. So I read the script, and it was pulled Dana who the film. Yes, he read the book about four years before that and he felt very connected story. So having wanted to direct that was the first thing he wanted to do. And I'm always interested in films based on a book like how much how important is did you refer to the book. When did I mean that was you know, it's always helpful. I think it's always great solicitation this much detail. Out and use. But the great thing about Paul's relationship with Richard food was. You know, the exchange they had the beginning pool. The rights the book essentially released him from being worrying about it is very faithful to the book. But Richard Ford said look, you'll my book, and you'll pictures picture Nisha make film. So we kind of had a sense of freedom around originally, we didn't feel we had we weren't betraying wasn't taking the same as it was in the book. And you you play woman whose marriage is falling apart. But it's more complex than that. And it's kind of surprising. It really wrong-footed me. And a lot of directions that party pill is sort of surprising character. I think you just you Clinton. Don't know what she's going to do. That's my reading is the. Yeah, it seems you know, you meet this sort of classic American family, and you think you kind of have a measure of them, and you know, it seems like a sort of fifties housewives husband, and this sweet son. And then he leaves to go fight husband, leased fighters forest fire, and then she started unraveling you kind of page to pay I know what direction she's going to go. And that was quite exciting to play. Yeah. Because she does she does make some bad choices. But you also sort of see where she's coming from. Yeah. I think so I think you know, she's she's kind of she's spinning out. I mean for a couple of reasons one of them being the husband is left in nineteen sixteen. She's I think she's sort of insightful mode. But I think also like she spent fourteen years being perfect and really putting effort into being perfect wife and a mother, and then he leaves, and I think this sort of this sense of injustice that he can just walk out on that life and she cons. And so I think she goes through this kind of somewhat of an identity crisis a wife. Out of those things. I can't remember if I have a life other. Yeah. So there's a lot of different things going on. She does make a lot of mistakes. And and but I loved kind of like that using someone just fucking everything. You kind of see that women's just see like great saintly useful women doing the right thing. Everyone. Yeah. And it's quite specific to that time period as well. As a time when you know, there was the sort of this feminist awakening almost just coming into that periods. Head of it. But it was you know, the pressure had been building so long. And I think starting to see that crack in women around that time. Yeah. And then you so you have your husband, oxen is your son. So what was the rehearsal process late? Did you get a chance to sort of acclimatize as a family? No, actually, we didn't have classic indie film making the we started in Montana me and Ed with the productions dos in Montana, we show for four days there..
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Guildhall plays. Jerry brinson. He's the Pasha familias if you will keep losing his job. He's a Gulf pro, and he's been moving from place to place in search of work and keeps being able to keep it unease let let out of work for this, this particular, this particular case, and I think it sort of is the last stroll a little bit for his wife Janette. He's played by Carrie mulligan. And especially when he can't find other work. Eventually takes work firefighting up in the mountains about the ten Minnesota Colorado town and there's wildfires in in the mountains run them. So she basically decides this guy isn't going anywhere. I'm going to have to find another life for myself. I can't keep doing this can't keep moving around. She basically sort of reinvented herself as a party girl starts going on in search of a rich husband, essentially on this might all be fine, except that they have a teenage son. He's played by Ed, oxen, who's great in this film, and he's kind of caught between the both and he's trying to keep both his parents happy and both of his parents own side on the untried figure out where he belongs in this whole mess, and it's it's just a really granular exact portray of this kind of fractured family, and I'm what's happening to them through this this weird little season as the father fights wildfires in the mother seems to be one really impressive work. I think from pulled on especially for first time. I am he he wrote the screenplay as well with as Kazan who he's written with before they're couple as well based on a book, but it, but they've they've done. I think a really good job. They had up tation, and it feels. Very specific to time and place. Beautiful beautiful cinematography looks like it looks gorgeous. And I think yeah, is definitely worth a look I think Harry Mullins in with a really serious of an Oscar nomination. Gill the hell probably doesn't have quite enough to work with to get his own. But he's very good as well. And and yeah, we'll be interested seem more stuff from pulled on this evidence. Bookham dino. That's what they say. Interesting. You're saying Gillan hall. I believe that was what I was told was right is not always had Jilin hall and we've had him on the podcast. He didn't correct this. I knows. There was that there was that video of how you pronounce his name and everyone had two different one. So maybe I picked up the wrong one from somewhere. You know? There's a point where you can correct. People should be pronounced my sister. Let her flatmates go the entire way through university cooling, her Maeve. No, actually, Jeff. So strange so strange anyway, that's from being in Holon. Listen, guys, only just one class. Okay. When I do nother class. The improv is going to be to better than this. Okay. Whole to it's going to go all the way up to two. I know I know Helen's put it to watch because you can heart out. Yeah. Just finished. Also this week is a Grinch. Gave us something gave it three. I haven't seen it yet less. I'd like to. Yeah. We haven't seen it yet. But we gave it three. We didn't people saw it gave it three just to be clear people who saw it gave it three. I'm just verifying because it may not be. Yes. Stars three stars Grinch. So that's also as well. If you want to check that. And if you wanna have watch all these movies in one go that's going to be a twenty four hour mountains can be great. So what are we give wildlife? Full four oregano podcast, isn't it as four stars in for wildlife? Three stars for the Grinch. And is it for this week's empire podcast..
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Left up five goes by. Column. Standing dead. Sam our producer has been a busy man lately. Not only is he turned out weekly additions of the new film spotty newsletter. He's been logging some really interesting reviews on letterbox, you can find him as Sam van Haugen, especially recommend his provocative interpretation of you're never really here, which he just caught up with among SAM's recent reviews wildlife the period family drama, directed by Paul dano from a screenplay. He wrote with Zoe because on their adapting a book by Richard Ford. The film set in nineteen sixty stars Carrie mulligan, who you heard talking about forest. Fires in that clip. Nj Jalen hall as a couple whose marriage starts to crumble. After a recent move to Montana at oxen. Bold plays. Joe their fourteen year old son who watches helpless and bewildered in his two out of four star review on letterbox. Sam had this to say about oxen bowls. Joe I never really worried for the character. I felt bad for him. But I never worried for him. No doubt. There was a range of emotions knocking around that characters. Head emot-. Sion's that were likely made vivid enforce book, but as often as Dan, oh searched his is for pain and confusion little came to the surface in add oxen bolts, performance, dear listener, I disagree. In fact, if you go to SAM's review, you'll find that he and I had a little film spotting ask back and forth in the common thread. That means we need you add them to break the tie. Here. Are you closer to my four star review or SAM's to star dismissal, and what in particular? Did you make of oxen bolts performance? Yeah. I'm definitely wake closer to your take and certainly closer on oxen bulbs performance as well. I love SAM's, provocative responses and reactions in particular to performances, and I was aware of the little back and forth between you guys, but I didn't know which performer it was in regards trying to avoid any of this. So I could watch the movie with his clear of a mind as possible. And i'm. Watching it thinking there's no way that they dislike what Carey Mulligan's doing its best thing. And I mean, she's scary mulligan and j Jilin hall, though, I've had my turns with him where I haven't appreciated his performances same with Sam overall. I think we both feel that he's a great actor that he is blossomed into a great actor and more than that. He's not doing anything. So bold in this movie with his choices that I think would be off pudding to anyone. I'm going to can't be. Yeah. Either of the two leads. You know, what it is about Joan just real quick. Because I realized that what this movie when a Jalal character, smiles it, usually means everything except they're happy. Yeah. You know that that way about him and he plays that really well here. Yeah. He definitely does. So I was left thinking about the kid and unlike Sam I worried about him every single scene, right? From the beginning of the film, where I guess you would call what his parents are engaging in as loving. Being they obviously are looking out for him. But between mulligans gene character telling him where exactly to put the comma in his school where and the dad talking about how he needs to keep playing on the football team. And he's going to study this study that you just felt as if at some point this is going to all unravel and this kid might unravel under the weight of the burdens they are putting on him. And without knowing more about SAM's particular criticisms of the performance I felt like he was constantly appropriately staggered by and almost paralyzed by his situation and the behavior of his parents as Jill holes Jerry heads off to go fight these wildfires because he really has nothing else that he can do. And he feels so lost that this is the only answer for him and in his absence, gene, exp. A different side of herself. I suppose maybe more primal side of herself, and he is constantly forced into being the passive observer character, which is why it's so appropriate. Of course that he does over the course of the.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Why don't you enjoy? The big theme safely. You're bad person. I totally agree though. That is a film is almost obsessed by some big themes. I mean, a film that I was thinking of when I was watching. This was was good in the whale, which which is another divorce drama, which we don't film club, many, many moons. But that film has so much texture is all about looking at characters and how they react to a situation where this film is just the situation is like every line every situation is somehow very kind of carefully neatly keyed back into like a what what is that? You know, it's all about this win the family is breaking down. Then this is you think about this the adults involved. Joe he hasn't. Yes. A girlfriend character. And it's like absolutely I propose nothing. She's only a handful of scenes just there. When he needs someone else to talk to to my bed, girl. I did interview Putina and sorry Kazan. And they absolutely lovely. FM critic is under any obligation to be affected by those Patrie. Thanks evasion connections. But they were talking about the way they made it, and it seems like they were a load more scenes that were in it. And the way they decided what would stay can expect to what you were saying that about how everything's quite deliberate. It was like will this scene reflect on the family dynamic? So it was seems to be less about letting things go in and kind of like well direction, according to an impetus more about like carefully, adding another color, another color, another color and Saudi e sacrifice. When you can that way. Is this energy is kind of lackluster hearing that makes me really wanna see the film made from the scenes that they excised. You just wanna watch people's lives. And like you want us to guess how they're feeling and the wants a mystery there. I just don't think this is a film with any real like at the emotions are there on the screen in every scene all myself screaming, and yeah, I almost want it to be a little bit more of a kind of fan dance and having to like try, and you know. Joe's character is like, you know, he's got this kind of rob in headlights look throughout the entire film. And you at least want him to have some kind of confusion of the situation. But even. You can see him being confused rather than feeling being with him on that kind of having that dilemma about what is going to do. You know, I have nothing, but kind of admiration for the makers and the and the actors, but there's a kind of spark missing, it's this actors, clearly, actor and director Chaz and access film. Formats, Phil maybe of the formerly stood. Sophie, see, I would like to see Carey Mulligan's Ginette in it different contexts. She does a good women on the verge time the elements like David says, she starts system euro housewife, and then she flips. And because there is the film is composed and exacting. You don't really get the sense of the stakes of the danger of the peril foot. What it means women to be out of control in the way that she is. So I think performances great, but it's not necessarily supported by the rest of. The elements of the film. Jake gillen performance wasn't really that for that one. Interesting. You have to actress care Milligan on Jalen hall, both define clearly on their careers by teenager roles Darko and an education now playing these adults at a time where it was hard to be novel. The they're only a few years older than a rebel without a cause type youth. You know, she's thirty four in nineteen sixty. She says she dropped out of college to have a baby teenage son. Now, you can see the interest air is being that specific sorta character nuts Pacific time. I think actually that's one of the most interesting things about the film is the age gap between mother and son is clearly tiny, Carrie mulligan, still looks very youthful actually seeing them interact. You could almost imagine them as like brother and sister, you know, because the gap isn't that big? But on the other hand, if feels I quite. Tonight. Did you get the sense of the film was saying like, hey kids?.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Have to cost your mind back to Tom Hanks, Larry Crowne to remember the horror of when when of basically give it as of little side ports about nothing. You do. Yeah. That was quite nice film. Wasn't it? I think it's a film that if it had the all the credits taken off it, and you were seeing in a kind of immersion chamber situation, which kind of like what scenarios I think, you could probably guess and someone's. TD think this film was directed by actor. I think most people say yes why? It's a very actively film. I think the ninety percent of the of the energy has done to wards these kind of very big court show performances Carrie mulligan, as the mother Jeanette, she's a very sort of big Brosse performance. She's initially shown as this of demeer housewife husband, Jerry, who is this kind of cliche. Prideful patriarch who is humiliated. Jovan a golf course. And when they when they ask him back. He's like, no, I don't wanna do that. And instead takes a job fighting a wildfire in the in the planes in Montana, and there's this idea that he's kind of risking his life. And I think initially you're asking questions about why would he do that? Why would he sacrifices family life? What he not go back to this job this safe job and have his family to be within. There is this kind of pride and shame element of war. I have to be the guy who provides for my family. In the film takes this other angle where it's like, well, if he's doing that, what would the mother then get to do, you know is she thinking, well, I should be ashamed that he's going to be dead now. So do I need to start thinking thinking very seriously about what I need to do to provide for my son to make his life happy. And I think it's a film about like thinking about people in how they provide for other people in the family. What that what being in a family means? And I think on that level. It does are some, you know, some big interesting questions about family dynamics. But it just doesn't do. So in that exciting away. There was never a point where I was like, you know, he'll release of lock to the screen. She was more bored with than really kind of excited by say. So so where do you land on the board excited that sheepish about being bird? Yes. It's a like a fell, and it feels a little bit like kicking that sweet little Doug Livia. I wish I liked it more treaty. It's very interesting setup. It subverts this classical image of nuclear family dad's provider mum's the perfect housewife. And they've got this path at corn fan little trialled site. I think it's interesting on a thin Matic level kit's. It's like what happens when that dynamic implants and people start behaving in a way that is not in keeping with stereotypical behaviors associated with those rows. That's really interesting on paper. It just the me. What kills it a bit? Is it doesn't seem to have much of a pose? It has his very long scenes, and they just so have ambled along despite sin, quite dramatic performances. They suffer through a kind of stasis. It's is I was what? watching who miss like beating myself up like try it harder to enjoy this safely. These big themes here..
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"But sometimes you know, I had a really good example was I went to the university of your can I had a little master class, and I took a sequence from Shane second feature film I did with Steve and Steve gave me two shots of of. Somebody singing, you know, it's like New York, New York sung as slow ballad. Listen to by Michael fast, Benda's character, and Carrie mulligan singing this amazing song, and but I had two shots and it's four and a half minutes or whatever it is in the middle of film danger zone. There's no plot going on. There's nothing vaunting. And how do you cut these two shots? So I gave him the material and we looked at twenty versions of the thing. And of course about half of them, people like a pool of sweat, trying to cut between one line of the song end reaction to it. So Michael was. Over reacting to every other line. And then I'm in the version. I did have one very simple Cup to him and at a very specific point in the in the song where she saying is up to you New York, and she seems to be looking in his direction. I kind of made it look as it was a very direct approach to him, and his reaction was very surprising. And it's tells you off lot about the two characters that that that choice of where to cart. But actually somebody really outdid me somebody who did a version where they didn't call to Michael at all. I was really impressed. I just got we shot that. Is there any sort of platform that you recommend editors learn on first hand like to what do you use. I came up from film so I did sixty mill thirty five. Then I learnt light works, which was a brilliant platform. And then moved to avid, mostly because you know the majority of of drama job so caught on avid is just a stand gold standard, and it's very robust is particularly, you've got five or six cutting rooms all looking at the same material, and you know it's an industry standard. I, I've not worked on the other platforms and I haven't had too, but it, you know, if it's wet string, it doesn't really matter does it was shot on wet string and if it's a good story. That it's not really the the method is is the story from me. So in the same vein, as the question about, you know, fledgling editors making a mistake, are there a lot of mistakes or is there any sort of mistake that you see time in time? Again, with fledgling directors, that one Pershing them in depose production process? It's hard because you've worked with such incredible directors. I really lucky. Yeah, I didn't know. I think one of the problems. Onto that Tanjile which is on the problems are have television. I did a lot of television were again, I wanted to move out of it. And one of the big reasons was people don't test the films that nobody who hasn't sat and watched the dailies or written the script or produced. It is looking at your cart and there's no naive audience. If you like to watch it and few to measure it success. And I can remember the frustration of that because you know, sometimes in the process you're pushed to be things along, and then we're going to get that then not gonna get a rival, you know, we had a phenomenal. Friends and family screenings from five or six people, and that was really instructive, especially with the film that has a big twist, knowing when did somebody get that we wanted it to be fully God so that you feel something at the end of the film and without really knowing where you are in that story, that ending isn't as emotional as it should be. So you know, we learned a lot from hearing people. We'd just invited to them to come along and bring their baseball bats. Tell us what they thought. You know, the young directors and I just see the great work all the time. I can't see negative. So I just see a lot of kind of new voices and interesting ways of doing things that aren't, you know. I learned from it. Seems that one thing that you did mention earlier in in this interview was that you respected mcqueen's ability to sort of let go of some of the things that he may have shot and.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"A podcast i mean it got so much press around it didn't they just this idea of you know it's the first time anyone's done yet nobody has ever seen what happens in the backstage of a couple couples today have more expectations piled up on them than any prior generation and they are often very isolated but nobody knows what really goes on and when you listen in depth to the multiple experiences of these other couples you actually find yourself standing in front of your own mirror and you hear there conversations and it inspires you to have the conversations that you may want to have and it gives you the vocabulary so there's seven million and more people that have listened to it in a few months it's become a real kind of binge listening people talk about it people have put clubs they discuss episodes forty five percent of listeners are men which i think is really very important for me that that relationship talk is not just a woman's concern that even though you hear sessions about things that have nothing to do with your own life people keep saying in every episode i find something that i can relate to and they completely raw unscripted anonymous couples therapy and it's the first time in a way that i can share with people what i do because we have a profession where we actually can never talk about what we do which was the freedom of not having to work with patients but to have people who want to be part of a of a cre a creative project an inaudible original series like that is that it allowed me to do the work in a different framework without having to fear any kind of ethical breach and to share with people because every couple says is this happening to others i may alone how other people deal with this and then to speak him like a public health campaign for relationships with that resources people in how to manage to negotiate to experience their intimate relationships yes it's amazing because it's so true it's a real it so unfiltered and not like because on the way here to interview i was reading reading twitter and there's a news article carrie mulligan was on a panel at cannes film festival and she was saying how it's a shame we don't see more unfaithful women on screen that was so interesting that you know in hollywood films or whatever you know we still just see the onesided kind of is normally the man has an affair 'cause boys will be boys that sort of narrative whereas on your cost in pokou in general at least we're seeing real life we're not seeing a museum life you see heterosexual couples you see straight couples gay couples trans cuppers you see them from all backgrounds all classes and.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on The Watch
"On american tv as it's currently being commissioned and made and show a collateral is that collateral appears to have been in issue and a story that that david hare wanted to tell about a subject he had a story he had themes he wanted to tackle in he built it he he built it look like legos kim there from foundation yeah i think much of the shows that we're talking about we're being considered for this year going forward are built not in that way they'll top down you get reese witherspoon you get nicole kidman wanna work together let's find a piece of ip as they say a book that might work okay let's fold that in let's get a director let's have and then it sort of and then once we've got all those pieces will then we'll pay the one writer or maybe a lot of writers that we don't even know about being credited to find a reason to make this show so there's engineer a theme into this area which is really just about being in business with these bigger names right and i think that a lot of i can't speak to the motivations of any different actor but there is something about this carey mulligan performance and i actually went to have a man to come on thursday because she and i have been talking a lot about our bill we've got a lot of time carrie mulligan i we always have an actress but she is she's showing something here that i think she's gotten a show before which is the space to just have like a pretty normal character kip is such a refreshing cop you we've been kind of going through these years of tra tective two sides style characters who all have this mortal emotional wound that they're carrying around this trauma then they're trying to get over that they punish themselves that.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Over this week christian bale plays an army man required to examine his years of fighting american indians on the frontier in hostels is that how you would introduce it yes beautiful like every screening and just got up there it's an interesting movie it's a real throwback to those big wide screen john ford westerns of your the writer director scott cooper who did crazy heart we know him from that beautiful black mask black mass right and into the furnace he's a former actor are maybe still acts little bit but now he's really turned his hand to directing and i think it's an ambitious movie i'm not sure it hits everything that it's going for what it's about this you know this kind of ruthless calvary captain or army captain who is tasked with escorting indian chief back to his home land so he can die there in montana and it kind of follows all of those conventions of you know a group on the on the road and they pick up some stragglers here tune dame coach searchers revenge rosamund pike plays a half crazed widow who's your she's she's really amazing in this movie i mean there's some gone girl she's fantastic she was at an and she to me was the real secret weapon in an education the movie that carrie mulligan kind of came out of and rosamund pike is so good in that movie but anyway she is good but yeah so no i think it's it's it's a real like i said it's it's an amman to this all school big western john right but with more.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"That will isn't that music was all point say ruko world resin and music yellow so so a woman disappears still rare rare in holly so i just want everyone to the pool rhino before we start as i want everyone at a we understand like this movie technically as very groundbreaking is a lot happening uh but we're about to reviewed is movie a woman's the editors were a woman at gas there's a latte allow man added asia i think he's japanese guys this movie is movie has a lot going for okay so so as we get into this it may not we may not be as encourage a certain point move some of us are at and how we're going to go but i'm gonna tell you i'm trying my best not to drag this movie because i know all of this going into it lot of women behind the camera and we're and we're support in his or her happy about this but we gotta reviewed a movie a movie so okay time at the mood we talk about the movie though so just know that and we're gonna start mean these people to make the move your i know i know we've had a movie as a as a as a story as a finish area what people garcia just do we gonna talk about that so okay i'm i'm nervous i'm not a lotta i still get hater of a hit or let me just let's just let's practice the by this though to because it's my bound nagai nominated best supporting actress best supporting actress got nominated for best ensemble cast it probably will get some academy award is got ninety seven percent and rotten tomatoes how ninety seven percent around tomatoes and it allstar some white people you got carrie mulligan you got the dude from trial.
"carrie mulligan" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"Um i i she's pretty good it's not my type of movie usually a period movie is this about race yes yes okay so it's not might have a movie usually this kind of period thing but it i loved it because i think i criticise bail the sexes i guess that's a period movie now because the clothing was kinda in the wiggs they look kinda cartooning but they were the characters were khartini sure this doesn't have any of that at all which is usually the downfall of the period movie for me i mean would you say a movie like god sephiha coppola's movie that we love this year on oh yeah what was that mexico the beguiled would you say that film sold the period look do you look i mean it's like i think yeah i thought the style fit i didn't i didn't i didn't think anything looked fakers injured believable period films unless there on tv to me they look quite believable but i know what you mean about you know battle of the sexes you know they look like groundless shot because this is shot a little like like a lot more it is shut little darker you know i had problems with florence and was called in florence henderson what the hell is the singer name florence foster jenkins yes it looked a little cartoon to me that movie although i loved it did i mean it was shot like it looks very much like an 90s yep sorry back to okay so the cash we got married j blige we got carrie mulligan oh god some awesome yeah us who who i also called not michelle williams put greater and garrett hedlund from the trans movies is in this but he's amazed putting garrett and film he's amazing he's a late and i'm going to say i recommend this that other guy who's the guy that was in.