17 Burst results for "Cronenburg"

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I guess it was and I was like, okay. Yeah. I kinda understand that. And then all of the other things, I'm just like, okay? Yeah. This moves the story along better. I kind of wish that I would have seen the cheeseburger thing that sounds like a really cool idea. But all the other stuff that I saw like, okay. Even like when he is talking about the flesh with Ronnie there are tons of little trims in there. And every single one of them. I'm like, okay. Yeah. The got to the heart of the conversation. We didn't need the filigree. What have we proved? Computers are dumb. They only know what you tell them. They have no sense of poetry. Life poetry, but steak is poetry computer is giving us its interpretation of state gets translated forests rethinking it rather than reproducing it and something's getting lost in translation. Me. I'm lost. The ghost in the machine life essence, so. And I know you're gonna say you're gonna say steak is dead short stake is dead. But it's dead life. I don't think I was gonna say. What you've already said. The flesh. It should make the computer crazy. I like those old legs pinching babies, but not yet. I haven't taught the computer to be made crazy by the flesh, a one of the things I love so much about him as a director as his films always feel even the longer ones to me his films. Always feel very economical. It's not something where you want there to be a lot of meandering get a guess for lack of better word like I tend to not like agree with you. And not feel like, oh, I wish those cut scenes had been put back in. It's like, no, they don't really belong there. Like, they're interesting to see, but they don't they're not like a crucial part of the film. That was interesting that a lot the most substantial things that they cut were the things that made him more of a villainous or monstrous or threatening character. I mean beyond even just the scene where he, you know, merges the cat and the monkey and then and then bludgeoned to death. But there was a whole sequence. I don't even know if they shot at I can't remember it's not in the deleted scenes, but it's in the screenplay where he goes out and murders a homeless woman at a time when he's kinda struggling against the flies impulses. Like, the like, the claw whatever like kills. And maybe it's not even the him of totally controlling it. But like when he goes out into the city at night on his own and kill somebody. And it's like those scenes of, you know, old fashioned monster movie menace are like the things that with the most attention things to go from script to rough cut to final cut. You know with the things that made it maybe closer to what people expect as a straightforward horror movie. I love the volition of Charles Polk screenplay into chronic Burke screen play into what we see on the screen, and that scene that you're talking about the part of him going out and the the claw coming through or the the leg coming through his side. I mean that was all shot, and that's right in Polk. Screenplay. And then yet the screenplay continues both pokes and Cronenburg's continue into that murder scene and the less became directly like pokes. The better it was not to say that poke screenplay was bad. They were really interesting ideas in the way that Kronenbourg could take those ideas and change those bring I guess while we're talking about bring his own DNA into it. And change this into another thing. Really, really smart. We talked about the way that Ronnie was introduced versus a wife character. I think it's it's her isn't our fingernails that scratch him is that right that that that's how he gets the scratch on his back where the hair to grow through. 'cause in the Polk screenplay. He adopts this cat named eager and the cat scratches him. And then he he starts to develop the hairs from the scratch and then really develop a ton of hair on the face. And it's just like, no, it's nicer that it was kind of more of a connection to Ronnie..

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"cronenburg" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"They're all day i'm getting cancer screen also bleed out before the end of the appeared looking old prospector down here you better trim the pool shredders the of front decrying he's like no up do it you do tat's right you do jail do you want to look at craig's everytime i know he's my fucking nut sack a great adult bit they could have done in ninja turtles is that body he's in like at breaks and like in the crotch region and then crank falls down and it's like oh shit he's hanging little little hankering craig part of crank is hanging out with this broken thing in the cod piece disgust yes fucking interesting way to go for the fourth teenage mutant ninja turtle movie tone help him look at he looks like david cronenburg's teenage mutant ninja turtles thanks coming out to this new jersey vfw hall at four o'clock on a sunday this concerts can be awesome up next we have shredders nut sack but basically brad pitt is doing george clooney role in in in so far as he's making putting making the job personal but you're not supposed to do exactly why involving his ex wife or ex girlfriend you got to leave that shit at the door the door just like the i actually like the first so kevin zetajones gets wise to them she arrests bernie mac from the movie like bernie mac gets a risk in the movie he never to return again they movie jail until the final scene he's shown being released and that's it good by and it's not even like a fun interesting like a while you thought he was gone what are you he was gone he was literally just in jail yep that was it he just sat there for sixty five minutes maybe that's when the bernie mac show is going on maybe it was a scheduling thing i don't know what it is but it sucks lead this movie honestly at some point and this is a bit of a problem they put yen in his suitcase for no reason.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"In a bag that came out of your bassem ban recalled asking yes he said yes yes yes it did the man described how he sat on the toilet at first thinking his intestines were coming out of his body while you would want any so he grabs what he thinks are entrails polls and takes a look you see i don't think most people have a tug i think they would try and cut the men don't you like in warfare does now a minute sir when guys she start polling as appoint isn't that we can't put back in honour sorry abroad and are up and talking about it to everyone no one's read the story apps as telling celli broker about it yesterday here so don't be surprised if it becomes a blot narra okay yeah that would be a good permit run murder would take over the world internal body hara david cronenburg's style did you liked the fly to see their loved the fly that's good is no cgi in the fly new soil real favor bit in the fly whereas niles come off exact class that is the bit isn't it isn't it yes that is the exact fare as wave or horrific than anything yet any other horror film is an amazing body horror alcoentre holy christ physical deterioration is something that all of us have to deal with and i suppose that's what so horrifying to see it in that film i mean getting older it's like a kind of horror film that takes your whole life to happen yeah yeah and why sort of not worth levin in aceh.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Filmspotting

"And seen see my voice you almost got low and i buy voice was way too high at not have had to wait thirty tourists if you know what film we just massacred you have turned in your film spotting card and you never get to listen again you can also email the movies title along with your name and location the feedback and film spotting dot net your deadline is monday february twelve man was this movie nerdy the winner will be selected randomly from all the correct entries ended outs and a couple of weeks to get official massacre theater rules visit film spotting dot net not not much much out out of of town town two what you see untouchable peaceful region not packed his snuff tv i don't blame so don't believe why do it for real it's easier and safer the fake it because he touched sucked the chew dolled half max he tahseen fish and that is what makes him damages philosophy that was lynn gorman with james woods in david cronenburg's video drome adam one of the pleasures of our blind spotting an sacred cow reviews where we get a chance to return to older movies is coming across those that now in retrospect seem incredibly prussian while david cronenburg's video drome his second film along with the deadzone to be released in 1983 begins this way a tv set flickers to life in a dark room and we see and hear these words civic tv the one you take to bed with you these days we call it netflixing just lay in bed with our laptops propped on our stomachs so yes video jerome is prussian some fifteen years before david foster wallace's infinite just it envisioned our future of authoritarian entertainment but the move is also interested in a question that's really been with us for ages how much does what we watch affect us james woods in maximums.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Adding to its run tomato score josh is still at one hundred percent which i just take demean you haven't actually caught up with it yet i'm coming for you bear next we're at york if you're looking for the anti paddington how about the not at all cuddly video drome david cronenburg's horrifying impression 1983 cult film it has been a conspicuous cinematic blind spot for both of us were going to remedy that this week with a blind spotting review but first we are going to start with our top five films of 1983 a countdown that the venerable michael phillips these steam critic from the chicago tribune was going to join us for we teased it we said at last week on the show we set it on twitter we fought the michael is going to be here he did have to bow out at the last minute he is very sorry of course we will have him back on the show soon i guess this means that it's just going to fall to one of us to pay proper tribute to the great tom selleck best arm strong action adventure classic from 83 high road to china she's going to be you or is going to be i was gonna say stayed alive was michael's likely pick but yeah you're probably lay this topfive films of 83 countdown is part of our year by year count downs we usually get to two or three maybe four of these a year where we are going backwards from the beginning a film spotting two thousand five ever since then we've done our top ten films of the year now we need to go back through the decades and offer our assessment and we've danced around a little bit but only two more years i think left in the 80s 1983 is one of them so josh let's go ahead and tackle that movie year now you're top five how much did nostalgia play a factor if at all informing this list i tried to keep nostalgia bay as a matter of fact if we get to our top five movies of ninety three in nineteen yeah what will probably see how they're quite a bit different than what i ended up with i was nine in '83 and didn't have hbo like you utah i wish i watch all these.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Or are self socially and politically and ethically etcetera so i think that i can distil what we're talking about here using to quotes one from brian oblivion and one for marshall mcluhan so obrien oblivion says and by the way i love this actor and just the the the tampere as us voice is just so hypnotize says the television screen is the retina of the minds i therefore the screen is part of the physical structure of the brain therefore whatever appears on the television screen emerges as raw experience for those who watch it therefore television is reality and reality is less than television so i'm gonna relate this to include unquote mcquillan said just as the wheel was an extension of the human foot and the axe was an extension of the arm electric media is an extension of the human central nervous system and these nervous systems will be brought together in an irresistible way and i think that it's this this nuggets of mcluhan ism that that is embodied by brian oblivion and bianca libyan and there and i think that it's so awesome because cronenburg's bc taking this nugget and taking it to the extreme with his body horror aesthetic yet and literally lising it and making something super interesting yeah i know you also have to remember that mcclellan was a catholic he was a conservative yet catholic and so when he talks about this new shift towards you know the emergence of what would then become the internet obviously he died before it was in full swing but um you know that this this shift in media technology he's looking at it as a classics professor i mean he is a trained classical scholar whose kind of bemoaning if you will the decline of of certain forms of social communication and he's very critical of this whereas david cronenberg is a straight up secular a selfavowed existentialist atheist so you know he's going to have a bit more of a sort of nihilistic take on all of this so there's actually this other guy i don't know if you're familiar.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"It is i want to show them something and watch them should themselves in and we'll watch them just get so engrossed so captured by the way that this movie moves how it sounds the uh the cinematography everything about this movie is so captivating and the thing that i would keep saying about this movies having seen it upwards of twenty times it captured me every time even though we know even though i know what was going to happen when a legion is pointing with his green pointer to the violent box that has the album that reveals the twist it so well constructed every single time even though i know it's coming i feel the tension i feel like running secretive about the twist even though he said spoilers aiming coupes we just alsayed at once like what the twist while i'm gonna go in who are being handed out airs hers isis doderer via nato is his daughter when you find that out yes yes all right so oh i love the shit out of this movie i think that one thing i'm excited to talk about this is similar to what you guys are saying is that i was really able to focus this time on how unique the construction of this movie is and how some of the audio and visual and cutting choices are so masterful and you know that's just one level we can talk a whole nother level about themes revenge truth the whole eta poll thing going on so we're gonna hopefully get to all that so without further ado lemme go into a quick recap but actually before that i wanna remind you guys that since we are announcing the next movies we're going to do the next movie were going to do is we're going to do david cronenburg's classic video drawl falk yeah though low is due flash long live the new flesh if you haven't seen it be sure to check the description of this podcast we're going to list of ways that you can watch it streaming and such and so forth so beyond look out for that and watch it along with us i promise it will blow your mind all right so onto the recap.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Canon

"Watching this to me is almost this idea of it that is psychotherapy just theater right and i think that's interesting in in terms of the the time because like in the late '60s early 70s you had the beginnings of the anti psychiatry movement you know so you had a lot of people who psychology became hugely popular in the late '50s i mean this was psychology had gone from something where it was looked at as like you know only sick really messed up people you know got therapy or saw a psychologist or anything but by the late '50s it had become really invoke to lake have a therapist um and so psychology was sort of booming like through the fifties and sixties but by then by the end of the '60s there started to be a lot of scepticism about the power that psychologists and psychiatrists exerted over there patients and how easily they they could manipulate these people um and uh you know and so there were certain doctors that sort of uh you know people like ardy lang in scotland who is like a psychologist there he was sort he didn't use the word anti psychiatry but he was definitely try he was definitely going against the grain and trying to do uh alternative types of treatments um that themselves came under scrutiny later also because they were saying okay you're doing this this alternate type of treatment but year methods of treatment are actually even more cult lake then the things that you're complaining about you know so it sort of coal so interesting given that you'll cronenburg's wife went to a coal of sorts there's a sense in here that like oliver reed is playing almost a coleader right and that's very much like i feel like people looked at our delaying a bit like that too like that that people you know that he had like fans you know that just fawned over him and stuff and and so i feel like oliver reed is coming out of that tradition of these types of superstar rockstar psychologists you know um you know what did kronenbourg have against doctors just as like an overall thing they're the villains in so many of his films i mean starting with you know everything from like.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Canon

"Uh but it was sort of a horror version of criminal versus kramer because it's a film about a breakup puts a film about a husband and wife um a woman who has become very mentally unstable and her husband is trying to not only understand her but he's definitely trying to rescue their daughter from her you know like he sees her as very negative and dangerous influence on the daughter and dangerous uh physically to the daughter and this is all based on earth was inspired by cronenburg's real experience with his wife in his break up with his i believe first wife i don't know if you how many times he was married but um i think twice okay so it would have been his first wife and she had uh she had left him and joint occult of some sort in california and had kidnapped their daughter and taken the daughter to the cult and he had to go and basically kidnapped the daughter back and so this story is sort of what came out of that real story and so it's it's very much in many ways it does demonized the wife in the film like she is definitely this alien other type of creature you know but she's also very powerful uh type of primal mother type of character you know uh so samantha egger place the place the wife uh whose name is nola and art hindalco the great canadian actor art hendel he plays the um the husband and their daughter they have a daughter named candice and nola carboth who is the wife is at the beginning of the film actually for the duration of the film she's at a an institute out in the forests that's called.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I thought films might be a good way to further my musical ideas that i had and i was a fan of david cronenburg's movies for many years i saw them an underground film festivals when i was in my teens david's a few years older than me and i knew him a little bit through for mutual friends and i asked him if i could work on the brood and he took me on and he was the first time he had worked with an original score for his films and it was also the first time than i had really worked with a great director lights had i'd only him one film before that and we kinda grew up making movies if you will we ten fifteen films over the last thirty years david cronenburg's work i always think it's the backbone of my crean of life and films what what what makes them so great he gave me a lot of freedom he was very eager egalitarian with all the artists that worked on the film and he gave me a lot leeway to create different types of music for uh for his films and david never looked back he always look forward and he was always willing to experiment to try different things and we we did we did films like crash in naked lunch spdr 'cause marvellous and always trying different approaches to doing at the fly was a a very symphonic score in 1980 six but previous to that we did scanners it video drome which were we use a lot of electronics and can experimented with technology and the recording studio how do you are other particular rhythmic.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I thought films might be a good way to further my musical ideas that i had and i was a fan of david cronenburg's movies for many years i saw them an underground film festivals when i was in my teens david's a few years older than me and i knew him a little bit through for mutual friends and i asked him if i could work on the brood and he he took me on and he was the first time he had worked with an original score for his films and it was also the first time that i had really worked with a great director like that i'd only him one film before that and we kinda grew up making movies if he will we ten fifteen films over the last thirty years david cronenburg's work i always think it's the backbone of my creative life and films what what what makes them so great he gave me a lot of freedom he was very eager egalitarian with all the artists that worked on the film and he gave me a lot leeway to create different types of music for uh for his films and david never looked back he always look forward and he was always willing to experiment to try different things and we we did we did films like crash in naked lunch spdr cosmopolitans and always trying different approaches to doing at the fly was a a very symphonic score in 1980 six but previous to that we did scanners it video drome which were we use a lot of electronics in kind experimented with a technology and the recording studio how do you or other particular rhythmic.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Canon

"Good ones all good ones and then we also have another if you're a fan of korean cinema we also have an amazing a korean enemy movie called so station which is actually a prequel to train to basan that amazing zombie move that came out two years ago now a really quick what did you think of tom cruise's mommy movie i didn't see it let's probably best bags had element of f i do i grew up on the those a universal muslim of his other differing lead sauce spots and i love the brennan for asia rachel vice mummy i loved it has gone twisted brain man i mean it was like was a night nnsl dan i think it was just it was good learners elliot well next week i really excited we have a writer coming in who i completely door her name is kayla denise she wrote a book that is fantastic it's called the house of psychotic women and when i asked her to commence she had a really great pick she had david cronenburg's the brood creamery great movie so get watching that oh it is one you so much yeah let's take a quick break from our long monthlong hor discussion to talk about two more movies i movie because maybe you're a little bit horrid out and if that's true there are two awesome movies streaming this month that take really fascinating looks at this country of america in a way that i have never seen it before.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

The Next Picture Show

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Next Picture Show

"Oh i have one example number thing about it in this actually is not me is the film i loved any way but i did go back and read sweet her after after seeing a going in film and certainly appreciated um how a going took a a structure there was already quite clever and turn it it did his own sort of thing with it in that was quite brilliant in quite very much in in line with the director of the exhaust you're you what's amazing about that is you hint that book to anybody else any other director it's like this book ends with a demolition derby perfect where he and an area where the big i've got my big action climax right here and that's not in the movie and only yeah you make some really good choices in this i guess we quickly this last question are there any books you love that you've thought this could invoke his a film it was to your did make that film would you want to direct i mean i guess you paul we want the kronenbourg to direct whatever it was cronenburg's done a million would never want to make this into a movie books but newlyemerged something as unease akiva goldsman doesn't rain it what the hell is that but that it wide ineke planning hand my dad one the oscar right one lcd when oscar for a beautiful mind was an act of south i actually i wrote a whole essay on this and at the verge at the question of what makes a book unadaptable because relatively recently at last year i guess i'm james franco made the news because he was going to adapt a cormac mccarthy's bled meridian and every time that comes up again he's not the first to take a crack in that book every time it comes up people say out epoca's unadaptable so wrote a whole essay about one what unadaptable means and like the different ways it's been used.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"The pope was just confusing in the signs was just woefully rome on the plus side they'll just the solomons was wrong woefully rome is not as you will initially flew legal okay the powell pooping dragging cuts were few in laura davies you if you're gonna decide if just do not tests the parl pipping in cots okay they're cute and the poop perils so leave them alone on the plus side there were some fantastic action sequences which have definitive computer game aesthetic she do a couple of more and fill mirrors only the third film i've paid to see twice in its first one on the cinema after emily and pons labyrinth i adored it from the glorious opening han sheikh sequins through to its bond partity closing i forgive all its in my view minor fault forgive me two of the most visually beat flowers i've had at the cinema in a long time on a plot that's fool of heart they sown is one of cinema's great mavericks and should be eternally given money to realize his mind visions i'm sure outlets and i very much agree with us and that is a great email rights mog movie is number two swallow delays is the up okay so picks ours inside haute crossed with david cronenburg's videoed room if it had been made by the evil corporation indeed kronenbourg with your dream that's what this film is if faced went and red as you said that is a film about living on smartphones the actually ignores what living on smartphones entails and instead is this infernal.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Now pat pat i ever wanted thank you for tuning in to episode 162 of awards cheddar the hollywood reporter's awards podcast on the host scott feinberg and my guest today has been one of the biggest movie stars in hollywood for the past decade a dashing young men who became world famous for playing the vampire edward colon in all five installments of the twilight franchise and now is generating widespread acclaim for his acting shops as well thanks to his careerbest performance in the crime thriller good time which opens on august 11th robert pattinson the thirty one year old brit started appearing in films in his teens with an early break being supporting part in two instalments of the harry potter franchise shortly thereafter when he wound up being cast by catherine hardwick opposite christian stewart in the first twilight which came out in two thousand eight his life changed in a major way pattinson was catapulted onto hollywood's ehlass which came with fame and fortune but also loss of privacy and certain preconceptions about what he wanted or was capable of doing as an actor in between the twilight films the last of which was released in late two thousand twelve pattinson also acted in others including two thousand tens remember me two thousand eleven water for elephants and two thousand twelve's bell a me but it was the first thing that he did after the twilight chapter of his life came to an end that made people really sit up and begin regarding him as more than just another pretty face namely playing the lead in david cronenburg's cosmogonies also released in two thousand twelve followed in two thousand fourteen by key parts in two films that premiered at the cannes film festival cronenburg's map to the stars and david miss showed the rover.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"So you've got ticks you've got ticks right there at the center of what makes us who we are yeah a here's a third bonus idea for any out especially for startups a high tech startups the what you do she entities ticks into your office environment and then encourage social grooming techniques to keep tickborne illnesses from uh a in a debilitating your uh your workforce i am for seeing some hr complication all right so let's let's move back to the the kick in might scenario for second because the want to talk about defeating practice so first of all i mentioned how tics and mites uh especially especially triggers and also you could probably extend this steven skied as as well these are creatures that are not just mere parasites they've the hunt us i knowing we often lose sight of that uh dixon might use a combination of light touch and chemical stimuli to track you in the spring and in triggers especially your speed demons so they move then they find the thinnest parts of your skin such as ankles our armpits they crawl under any type a closing they encounter in that's often where they they bite uh and then they in them when once they bite they start feeding so what is trigger feeding like all its its grotesque gets you might expect it to be more in line with what a tick does the tickets morse is roy more specialized in what the triggers doing is more in line with a brundle fly okay cronenburg's the fly uh.

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"cronenburg" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"cronenburg" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And up until that point and and with farai with variety i i and i'm not not interested in women's journeys and female characters but i've i really put everything i had interval righty and then after that i made a film called luminous motion starring debra anger an actress who i fell in love with from having seen her and david finshers the game and david cronenburg's crash and somehow she had been like they're muse and i was interested in well but what about me you know like can i have a female muse in in in in so of it was the story about a mother and a son who lived a kind of a moral life on the road in her in their car and she and her son were like you know bonnie and clyde she'd steal money from the men she picked up and that was how they live but she loved her son and she wanted to do right by him so again it kind of crossed these boundaries she she was a great mother yeah and and yet you know so she you know and and i felt like father's always got away with a whole lot let i had just seen polish raiders movie afflicted and we love nick nolte and he's abusive i said well why can't a woman stepped off the path and still beloved like that you know so again i feel like i'm always you know putting myself into a territory i think it's because i'm punk rock subversive eternally subversive yeah i am i am and i'm always looking to sort of make trouble and kind of subvert or come from within so hence comes handsome harry and this film.

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