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"david lynch" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

09:07 min | 5 d ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Sweeney david lynch's long-term editor producer and one time partner and she came to him with the scripts and he connected to not just the characters but the landscape of I were and wisconsin and he got the money got final courtesy a low budget and it seems like a very family affair. His long-term production designer. Jack fisk who's on board as well as his wife cissy spacex to play the door if the man who played by richard farnsworth in one of his his final role an amazing role in a very long career. But also where it fits within lynch's whole career is fascinating the facts. It's called the straight story because the main characters called alvin straight but there's a pun because after all of these labyrinthine stories from tweaks to lost highway he finally tells something this literally as straits as the road from iowa to wisconsin but also the fact that he's playing with already playing with so many of the tropes we expect from him wild at heart on lost highway both have scenes of breakneck car. Journeys through the knights of lost highway starts and ends with this careening shots of lights on the highway and the straight story instead is characterized by these breezy slow paced shots of a lawn mower. Trundling along snail's pace an amazing shot that is talked about in many reviews at the time you know almost over talked about but where you see alvin straight heading off. The sunset amazing crane pan up into the sky and rising moments in the music and amazing at elementary score country acoustic guitars and everything pans back down and he's like literally moved a couple of inches because it goes slowly rather than shooting off into the distance as you'd expect on a road movie. It's just such a a wonderful film that often gets overlooked because we just see that lynch in vibe takes his right through from lost highway straightens and we'll hold and drive but it feels to me so important because as you said up the he's this is a man who has many facets to him and this is something that he clearly loves small town america he really loves that greatest generation of people who have been in their seventies and eighties in the nineties and it was a salute to many of his long term collaborators freddie francis elephant man amazingly amazing soccer in that movie came back to shoot this and he was eighty or something Doing this boat movie where they literally almost like the new movie. Nomad land actually just sort of a as a whole keep when across the road. The road trip together of really wonderful movie. I think Do you guys agree. It's often overload sometimes in conversations about lynch. Yeah any time by recently make some nice double bill with a while to hawk quotas to like right. Movies was much more fast paced thirty am. I was really surprised by wishes kacem. The surprising thing was that there was a whole argument about this film with regards to disney plus when disney plus launch date was one of the few things that didn't happen that back catalogue and a lot of people kicked talking like what the hell is the straight talk which i hadn't realized there was this whole like big argument because it was Produced by by vista and. They didn't really think he'd be interested. So they put it on disney fox then everyone kicked off and they did having a few weeks later is now people want to go. Watch it The i was. I was say taken aback. What she was with us time few months ago just before christmas actually said don't go. I'm buy a house. Trade is and be just. How sweet nintendo is very what you use to think. Very much with david ensure that he has i think this is the most kind of like just good people being good to each other story in the seventy lovely moments when i'm out on the road when he meets people who Have all the rain stories on in the background. But that that that just like it's defined by these moments like decency and understanding and does a moment. He's kind of he's out there this luma and the He's invited to stay at this. A couple is either couple's house or myrtle he's dislike On good hero. And it's such a kind of like i think you comparison to my mother. It's kind of crazy to think these what Double bill because they are just about this. Like the kind of almost for strating determination dot generation if america citizens who have saved determines like kind of make make you on the right wing pundits so like accepting the fullness help is like a an affront to their american but they're all these like subtle kind of ways that people help him and like try to like you know you kind of She him along on this journey. And then i think like one of the greatest endings in cinema may be of all time when he finally reaches his destination Spoiler he just makes you. The the exchange has with his brother. He's played by hurricane. Stanton is to so you like it is just is disarmed spoil. What they say that. But it's just such an appointment in very true exchange to anyone who's like seeing old men interact with each other just a very accurate depiction of how that would go down. I it's definitely like at the same time once she kind of looked out and And like your own watching. This makes perfect sense. This is like you know lunch. Film when harry dean stanton diet and he'd lived for another sixteen seventeen years after this film Quite hard to pick the performances to you to to to put in his top ten attribute because so many of his promises are cameo size of supporting roles he literally has one line in this film. And it just breaks your heart when when it comes to it and i just wanna say something about richard fans with because this character could easily be a forest gump very managed Shown pen in. I am sam type performance but he has something about him maybe also that the actual genuine vulnerability. He has because he was old. Alvin strokes mentally seventy three. I think fans with was in his late seventies. he was. He had had a hip replacement he had had an accident. He was also very ill at the time. So there was a natural vulnerability but there's a he's short stature and has very softly spoken voice even though you could tell the in his day he would have been quite a strong willed man and so he can bring out these little kernels of wisdom. And it'll turns of phrase when he says one very kind people meet some lay. You're a kind man talking to a stubborn man you can. You can really get on his side. It's that lightness of touch. In david lynch's bookie says the founds with originally turned it down and they were thinking of going with. Jon hurts john mid nineties. John hurt so would have been sort of eight acting older than he is which i think would love. John hurt but wouldn't have worked at all so he was ill wasn't he foaming i think. And part of the fact he's in the low mo- as well as being in the script is is that he was unable to walk some stage and actually his his injury. It had some hip surgeries and was actually in very good state at all so whether that aided his performance in any way that night. But it's interesting is. It wasn't such seeing the film. But it's it's kind of funny talking about it around or in between all these other much more as classically lynch in foams it's almost positively experimental by comparison. Yeah i just think it's a film it now that he's this kind of age lynch love to see him go back and make something like this again because i. I think it really shows what. What an amazing crossman is and i mean robots. Marcus could never make a david lynch film but david could make foam. I agree with you. There i i i always think with the straight story. It's like it's a really good example of Trill intuitive filmmaker areas. Like he just he just kind of whisks a bunch of scenes up..

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Possible safety issue spurs pause of COVID-19 antibody study

What A Day

03:17 min | 3 months ago

Possible safety issue spurs pause of COVID-19 antibody study

"Gideon, what's the latest there? Right. So first Monday Johnson and Johnson had to pause a large clinical trial of its Kobe vaccines candidate due to a quote unexplained illness in one of the volunteers that news was first reported by the website stat and it wasn't clear whether the individual received the placebo and the trial or the experimental vaccine. There are dozens of companies in a race to have the first viable vaccine out the door but Johnson and Johnson was comparatively behind in the. Process though the company is working on a vaccine that does not need to be frozen, which can make distribution and storage easier. It only requires one dose and not to, and they were hoping to be the biggest trial with sixty thousand participants. It's not the first vaccine trial though to have to pause due to safety issues as Zenica had to suspend trials twice after two participants became seriously ill and those trials have not resumed in the US yet. Experts consistently say that these are good showing that the companies are investigating what went wrong and how to fix it and that they are somewhat. Especially when you're working on something that is going to be for extremely broad use. Yeah. Gideon on one hand. It's it's good that they're actually taking into consideration. The fact that sometimes these things are unsafe in early trials but this also speaks to the fact that this process can't be rushed or conveniently wrapped up before some arbitrary date leg I don't know November third right just any arbitrary date like that. Yes. So That's vaccines but on the Cova Treatment Front, a similar pause put in place for an antibody drug being developed by the company Eli Lilly according to. Reports yesterday the trial was because if he quote potential safety concern and that trial reportedly was testing the company's antibody therapy on hundreds of patients hospitalized with covid nineteen in the enrollment process was sponsored by parts of the National Institutes of health according to The New York Times and news broke after there were a number of officials who cautioned against adding more participants to the trial on Tuesday so that it's two separate trials that we learn were put on hold in just two days. and. This elderly drug, it's an antibody treatment. The kind of treatment the president has been touting as a cure and saying, we'll be freely available soon. You Bet it is he antibody therapy from regeneration, a different company which I guess combined with steroid treatments led him to talk about kissing people in the crowd of a rally this weekend doing a strange Shimmy to Ymca by very. Very strong David Lynch like season one twin peaks vibes in that by the way one, hundred percent he's in the red room and he's having the time of his life. The Eli Lilly treatment effectively does the same thing as regeneration one using monoclonal antibodies to fight the virus, and after trump got the treatment, both companies applied for emergency use from the FDA with Lily, seeking it for mild to moderate cases as opposed to the trial which focused on hospitalized patients. So there have been promising results for both treatment so far in trials, but this pause would help figure out if there are major issues or side. Effects with the treatment for other folks on the other point about how widespread these treatments could be if found safe and effective regenerate has said that at the moment, it only has enough supply to treat fifty thousand patients in hopes to be able to get up to three hundred thousand in the next few months to put this into a sense of scale here right now, there are an estimated thirty, six thousand patients currently hospitalized with co Ed.

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Episode 32 Drive Of The Week

F That Noise

01:13 min | 6 months ago

Episode 32 Drive Of The Week

"So we start every episode with the drive of the week. If you don't know what to drive is dry as a movie from a movie or line from a movie or TV shows said with exceptional velocity and volume, and this segment belongs to Jimmy Klein. All right ladies and Brian Everts we have here. Is there one of my? I keep saying this is one of my favorite movies I pretty much all these have been leaving my favorite movies This is my favorite David Lynch film. This is a movie called Blue Velvet, and starring Kyle mclachlan Isabella Rosellini. Whole great cast and it's got what is. The Great Dennis? Hopper and this is the drive that Dennis Hopper does that just absolutely killed me and Pete back in the day. So here is. What kind of beer do you like? Can Fuck that Shit River. Riven. Shit fuck this.

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Ohio town offers to take unwanted statues from other cities

The Jersey Joe Show

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Ohio town offers to take unwanted statues from other cities

"Columbus and other historical figures like George Washington are being toppled across the U. S. But there's a place in Ohio that says it will take in all unwanted statues. Cameron Fairchild has the story. Newton Falls Northwest of Youngstown is now a Statuary Sanctuary City Thanks to a proclamation from city manager David Lynch. Lynch is order means statues being dumped by other cities are welcome in Newton Falls. A general amnesty is in effect for Columbus, Washington, Teddy Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln Star Spangled Banner writer Francis Scott Key is also covered under the amnesty order. Cameron

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"david lynch" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Me your face. I go nuts in my bedroom of my house on. Is that twenty years ago anyway. Very soon. In the timeline of the business Paint your wagon as a flop up Finian's rainbow as a flop and in that seem easy. Rider comes up and it's the death of the musical as we know it from Hollywood. How did you feel during that period where you get to the late sixties and everything becomes the counter cultural thing in Nicholson and five easy pieces and all everything becomes a little more? I dropped out. I actually dropped out a show business. moved into Panga and got into fine art as opposed to Komo. Did you do that. Oh boy was out for years for several years. I did nothing The last movie I did I think was the long ships movie with Sidney Poitier and would mark and and then I dropped out and I went. I went up to two Panga and got into who I met. An artist was Berman. I got involved with Like Allen Ginsberg and Michael McClure. The poet and I got involved with a lot of those people and I got turned onto fine art as opposed to the performing. Now you've got quite a few credits after yeah Yeah but there be movies. I did them just for some money so I can support myself. Could I didn't give a fuck what I did. I just did them in there and made up my own line of work and a lot of that are happy to have you. Yeah they were thrilled to have me. Then I did well in the fine art shows and I. Did you still doing this solar well when I get a chance. I've been writing my book for the last twenty years by the way it's called dance on the edge. When's he coming out early next year? We finished it and Bonnie is his putting in all of photos. Now we've got tons of photos that were putting I hope so tell. Are you one of the stories about west side story when We finished in and I was friends with Natalie in an RJ and they it came out to the Beach House. One Time Tab dinner we had dinner and we were we were drinking and And Tony were Dante was came came to he was a friend of Natalie's and so we're all sitting around. Were having a few drinks and I got this crazy idea. It was just 'cause I one time at Anthony Quinn's house up in Oxnard he had a big ranch and I went there and we were out in the back that he was barbecuing and and he says let's play you. Ask somebody a question and you have to tell the truth. So I said this play that so we started doing it with Natalie and and RJ. We went around the room and I thought well I'm going to live in up so I thought for sure that I knew knew the answer to this. So I said could Natalie I said Natalie in that if you had your choice of getting an Academy Award for West Side Story Story get an academy award. But in order to get the Academy award you would have to divorce. Rj You know or would you rather stay with RJ RJ. You know and and so she says she thought about it for a second. She said I'll take the cat. That's a true story. A lot of women the shiny ball I was so surprised. I thought sure at RJ nod knowingly. He pounded the table. He practically ethically broke a bottle again. He rang the and I was living at the beach at a beach and he ran down to the beach and Tony went to help him and I was sitting there with Naveh said. Why didn't you say that why she said well? I thought about it. And I thought you know it may be my only chance to get an academy and we're not gonNA MARRY RJ again. Dan came back up and I thought about that story. When you know? Would that big deal that they had on the yacht where she drowned and they had a big fight and all. Oh Yeah yeah very much in love with her. You could tell he was little. Oh yeah he was he. He was really possessed by dinner with people in New York. And I know she's to play a game and I'd say AH my friends back. Then this is ten fifteen years ago they were all ten years older than me. Some fifty they're sixty or seventy and I'd have like I went with a friend of mine and and his wife and two couples that were friends women's table. There's eight of us. I'm the youngest one that everybody's in their seventies and I turned to this woman who was Anne Bancroft kind of Salty Savvy v New York Dame And I said to her I said Love Anne and the game I played was. Do you want to know your husband your wife Your partner. You're married to in the next life life when you die. Will you see them again. And the first person I turned to with this woman who was like this Anne Bancroft type you Julia. You and Irving here I nations and before I even opened my mother because she was Oh God no God forty years with him is enough. You think I'm going to see him on the other side side for eternity. Oh Christ at one of honest thing to San Front of your husband. Than when you're dead I always obsess about the league. Will I know my wife and my kids is on the other side. While I see my dad blah blah real quickly How do you get dialed into David Lynch twin peaks? How'd you get pulled into that? I was living with Dean in Stockwell and deny were lit up Laurel Canyon. I'd just divorced My second wife and moved in with Dean Him and the two of us were living there. And then I went to do a play and dean and Dennis Hopper did blue velvet and so Dennis said he. He's GonNa have a birthday party for David Lynch and so I went within two Dennis's place and And Lynch was getting cards and gifts and stuff and and he opened up this one card and it was a guy standing in the centre with these naked women around him you know with all these naked women and he sort of laughed and everybody laughed and it was like the funny thing you know and I was standing next to me. Wouldn't you love to be. This guy is funny like that and it was an opportunity and I said to him. I said what I would really love. David is to work with you sometime. And he looked at me and he said the next project I do the next project and it was like a year later that I got a call. All from agency remembered. David Lynch wants to see you and so I went in. He remembered him and He said the part that I and I'll never forget what he said head was and I went home and told Bonnie later he what he said to me. Not the part I want you to. I'm thinking of you for the part I want you to do in. His film is eccentric. trich character called Doctor Jacoby when she had to do that in the film so I went home and I kept thinking about it all the way home in. What he said? Didn't say want you to additional Jenner Tryout. or I'm thinking of you the part I want you to do and I went home and I told Bonnie that's what he said so My agent called and said yes he wants you. They just don't have a part yet written for Doctor Jacoby but They wrote a scene for the pilot and I decided to do something nuts dean told McCain had worked with him he said David loves something. That's out there you know so I decided to I put it here plugs in my ears. I figured as you psychiatrist so when I get off the elevator and the wind scene and Asian Cooper says to me agent Cooper Gary Cooper and that was about the only seen I had but after the pilot Lynch loved it and so they picked it up and I'm GONNA shoot it a year later and that's what I went to Venice and I wanted to find some crazy glasses. So I- narrow down to a blue pair a red pair and then finally I stopped. I was looking in the mirror and I said Oh my God. That's it so I had a pair of glasses made with one redlands and one Blue Lens and that was my Jacoby. Major showed him to Lynch. I said the Blue Lens affects affects the creative side of the eye and the logical side of the was a red list. Give it some light so explain all he says I love it but let's did not tell anybody why you're wearing those glasses. Let's keep it a secret. He loves secrets. Let me just say this here. Here's my last question. Do everybody knows Because you have a you have a multi generational show business family Your Tamblyn Dad. Ever give her any advice about the Biz chipper wanting advice. Me About this She did she said a soap opera general hospital that she was on. I wasn't working so I used to take her. My mother was was taking her for well. Passed away then. I took her and I used to stand next to the camera and when she would finish his scene you know in soap opera directors not their directors in a booth breath. Yeah and I used to stand next to the camera and when she would finish his seen the one piece of advice I gave her is whatever you do. Don't get caught acting. That's the main thing. Don't get caught acting. That should be the name of your book. Don't get caught acting Russ Tamblyn. Thank you from the bottom thank you. It's such an honor to be interviewed..

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"david lynch" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"So jury suit Robbins was the choreographer director Robbins. WILL THEY CO director. But at the Potanin agreement that Bob is would would do the dramatic scenes and and Robinson's physical numbers. So do it on the the foot now. You may not know what that means that means instead of stepping on the left and kicking to the right you gotta step in the right kick to the left you gotta do it the other way and so every all these dancers are walking around crazy so we were there in New York for. Oh my God. We're there for a month late and by the time we got back to La. They closed the production down. They said that's it. He had it in his option. That if it didn't work out for a certain amount of time that he could be let go he was just gone by the time we came back to work mark. He was gone all dancers. Were like a depressed. They've been complaining the whole time complaining about how all the rather have Jerry Robbins and complain the not having been yeah. It's not like calling them names or anything. There was a book written. His biography is dancing with the devil. You know so I mean he just was a prick until after he was fired. That the one of his assistants Tony Gordon Day. Mary Rivera. Tony and Tony took over so Tony said let's put some tumbling back in the in the in the film. Let's put some DANTEC. So that's when I end the DANCEHALL number right. Did their own back with a full twist kept dancing and everything and so later on Jerry Robinson a show called Jerome robins Broadway and the kid that was playing. RIFF did a flip on the stage. And I saw that and I was had a heart attack I turned to buy. Did you see that. So I couldn't wait to get back stage. You know what I met him and he was so happy to meet me and I said now I gotta ask you. How were you able to do a flip on the stage? He says that was part of the audition. I give myself Chattan the back right at. You're ever seriously injured doing the work. You've done only once in a wonderful world of the brothers Grimm which was in center so it was hard to do and I had to roll down a hill. Gordon jump over the camera and I think I hit the top of the camera and cut my new like Tom. Cruise in mission impossible. Yeah did you know when you were doing the movie what the movie it was GonNa be. Did you know I knew I was doing a classic movie but I didn't know that it was going to end up history as history and as big as it was an epic film. And there's a lot of big stars like Glenn Ford does tons of them that are big stars. That have never really had an epic film. Oh you know that they could hang their shirt on a big move. You Take George curious. What else has he done? West side story is his premier Arkansas' calling because of that. We got to go to governments Chinese and get our hands and feet as it should cement. You know which was pretty pretty much of a trip. Yeah actor dancer West Side Story Star. Ross Tamblyn another. Here's the thing guest who came up through the old Hollywood studio. Oh system is Robert Osborne. Who before he was the host of Turner? Classic movies was a member of Lucille. Ball's stable of actors at Desi Lu Studios in in the nineteen fifties didn't pay much money at all but it was like a masterclass for me because Lucy took us under her wing. Now Desi at this point was womanizing. He wasn't around much so she would show us. I Love Lucy show she done bad ones and show us why they didn't work then chose a good one and why it did worse share with the rest of my interview with Robert. Osborne is in our archives. At here's here's the thing dot org Tamblyn talks life after riff coming up. This is Alec Baldwin. You're listening to here's the thing and we're back with my guest Russ Tamblyn West side story director. Robert wise made a surprising choice to follow up his musical mega hit. It was his younger film. Co starring Julie Harris and Claire Bloom a supernatural horror project called the haunting tamblyn decided to join the cast but it took some convincing. I don't even think I wanted to do it at the beginning because I was the one person in the haunting that that wasn't one of the strange people it had some sort of psychological damage damage. You know I was just a guy that was going to inherit. The House turned it down at first to tell you the truth but MGM said You know. Bob Really want you and unfortunately we're going to have to put you on. What is it where they were? You don't get paid for a bunch of months you know and so I said well furred urge salary. Maybe I'll re descript again so I decided to do it and I. I was in the south of France. Then doing some other movie when he offered to me so I flew back to England and And that's who are we did the haunting and we did it just in this amazing place which was in an stratford-upon-avon and they found this house it had been was actually like a big manner that had been haunted for hundreds of years and it was all run down and there were weeds growing everywhere and it was an incredible the place so it was It was quite amazing. So what was the set of that. Lie on the haunting. Yeah it was incredible. I mean a lot of shot L. Street the The interior of the house was shouted L. Street where they could really really work it out better. Would we mainly use the outside of the hotel For for shooting the openings and everything but I had this experience one night and we were staying near the night we only stayed there one night and my bedroom was right above where they were shooting where the entrance was so there were arc lights and they were shooting out front and I wasn't working working then and these lights kept coming on. I could hear the noise. Shit I'm GonNa go just take a walk in the back and see there was supposed to have been a ghost in the back back and There was like a path that went up and there was a little graveyard up there and there was like a eight year old that was murdered and and so I I decided I'd walk up there and they say that's where you were the ghost. Is You know so I would say I'd love to see a ghost. I thought that would be really really cool so I go go out the back and it was pitch dark. I couldn't see a thing so I had to walk backwards because the arc lights from the other side of the building where leading up the the stone path so I could walk backwards and see where I was where I was going. I got up to a certain point and all of a sudden I felt like somebody put a brick of ice ice on the back of my neck I swear gone. I never told anybody that's never told any of the cast in the exclusive. I said you know what if I turn around own right now. I'm going to see a ghost. I felt that really strongly because of that it was like freezing right in the back of my neck so instead I just high tilted back and went to bed and I thought I do really run back. I can't I can't tell anybody about this Ever and I didn't didn't tell I was in my house on Long Island. Someone told me that my house had ghosts and one night I'm laying in bed and I hear these voices in my house. I swear to God I heard people talking a woman raising her voice and I I I listened to it and I listened to it and two in the morning. It's three in the morning and I'm INSOMNIAC. I have bad insomnia and I jumped out of bed. I swear to God I jumped out of my bet. I started screaming. I started screaming at the top of my lungs. You WanNa fuck when I shall yourself. Don't you fuck it I for me come on out and show.

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The one showstopper from Amazon's Alexa event?

Talking Tech

04:45 min | 1 year ago

The one showstopper from Amazon's Alexa event?

"Talking Tech is brought to you by Wicks Dot com create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's W I X DOT COM in. Stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of Wick special offer for talking Tech Listeners Amazon just introduced eighty new products for the fall. I'm Jefferson Graham. This is talking tech. I'm at Amazon's headquarters right now. Covering the event after the event I actually cornered some Amazon executives and ask them to identify the one product. They're most excited about. We started with David Lynch. Who is the senior. Vp who runs the devices division vision and then we spoke to Jamie Salmond aquamarine connected doorbell and Nick Weaver from Euro. which is the WIFI helper in the home have a listen for me? I I echo buds or echo studio. I'm picking too. I know that's not fair. Those those for different reasons are really interesting products for me. I think Echo Studio Oh as one of the world's largest speaker manufacturers. I think it's our responsibility to kind of show the industry away. We'll see if it's the right way but we you think it is on where music could evolve in the house and so. I'm excited about that for that reason separately. I think I'm excited about Echo. Go Buds because so many customers I tell you it is the number one requested device that I get at dinner parties for pup up customers that love Alexa that like just let me have her when I'm jogging and I think I'm excited about finally being able to answer those questions in the affirmative the go-to dinner so the one. I'm most excited about an don't laugh at me but I think it is. I think one of the best ones is the echo dot with clock. I just I love the simplicity and like like what that product does. That really is my favorite product that we launched it and and I think we did launch. I really do think we lost a lot of great products. Today that customers are going to like you like the clock because you're like me and you wake up every hour on the hour in in the evenings. WanNa know what exactly I do and I. I like having a clock next to my bed. I do like the functionality of Alexa. I loved setting an alarm. I I like when you wake up and you can set a routine to tell you the weather and say what's going on and so I like the power of that next to my bed and then I I liked liked just the just some sort of Nice little led simple. Tell me what time it is. I know it's four in the morning. Why am I up. Go back to bed well. I'm a I'm an audio guy and so the things that I was most excited about where The all new echo studio it sounds phenomenal really excited to get one of those hi end audio coming from an Alexa speaker and it sounded like it was many speakers yeah. It's three D immersive audio it. It has DOBIE ATMA support. One speaker sounds amazing so it's a it's a really groundbreaking device excited to get one for myself. Alf and then the all new echo buds. You'll you'll see them later. They're incredibly small. They've got of course full native support for Alexa on the go and then it's also active noise cancellation from Bos- so you've got these incredibly small ear buds that are great for drowning out noise if you're you know outside or on a plane it's a really really great product. I'm Jefferson Graham With USA Day. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe with the show. Wherever you listen to all my Nadia Nadia look for me on twitter where I'm Jefferson Graham and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world of tech talking tech is supported by wicks dot com if you're ready to build your our own website. There's no better place to get started than wigs dot com. Whether you're promoting your business showcasing your work opening your store or starting a blog. Anyone can create a professional website wicks. You have the freedom to start a site from scratch or choose a designer may template then customize it to suit your needs and if you need need to get online fast just answer a few simple questions and wicks will instantly build a personalized website just for you complete with design images and text choose your style l. Change the layout and add any features. You need like an online store or booking system. Now's the time to tell your story. WICKS DOT COM can help get started today and build a website. You'll be proud of and if you go to Wicks dot com and use the coupon code talking. You'll get ten percent off when you're ready to go premium. That's Wicks DOT com code talking for ten percent off any premium plan.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"No idea things are related is David Lynch, men accused of being toxic and anyway, is not really. No. I mean he had weird if David Lynch toxic we wouldn't even know. You so inscrutable you know, women certainly there's a lot of naked women and abused women. But at the same time, there's a lot of strong women in his movies. So that's not the way they're related. Zero idea. Maybe did your mom tweet about both of them your stepmom tweet about both of them. Now she doesn't tweet about David Lynch. Well, this is then a question. That's clearly you just wanna talk about. I No. have no idea. Yeah. I mean, I don't know either. I'm asking you. Oh. You just want to make something. Exactly. I forgot to. Yes. And you. Well, you tried did try the it will be great if, if Meryl Streep was going to be in a new David Lynch movie on masculinity. How about that? That'd be watch that, that would watch that more. I don't think of I can't see her in a David Lynch movie, that's actually interesting that you would say that, that because that's that seems crazy that she would be an David Lynch. So that's a good question. Why I get what you're saying, and I feel the same way and I'll tell you my initial gut reaction is that she is too much of an actress she has to portray an actual. Yeah. Hector in the way that David Lynch has. I don't wanna say caricatured people, but they're, they're people who aren't primarily there, because of their, the depth of their character, but rather because they seem to represent some, some theme..

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Geena Davis, David Lynch, more to receive honorary Oscars

Lori and Julia

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Geena Davis, David Lynch, more to receive honorary Oscars

"We're already talking Oscars of the governor's awards have announced the recipients this year. Now, the governor award, the honorary Oscars remember those away from the telecast, and to a separate ceremony that happens later in the year this year's recipients include Gena Davis. David Lynch actor, Wes, Studi and director, Lena were muehler. So. Well, it's like, gene her shots award like Angelina got that. It's like a humanitarian okay, let's Gena Davis giving it for. She's getting it for women the women stuff. That's right. Gina davis. Not only did she win an Oscar for the accidental tourist back in the eighties for her acting but Gina Davis is the founder and chair of the genus date. Gena Davis institute on gender in media. Her nonprofit that pushes companies to create a wired variety of female characters in programming and movie. A long time ago before before me to before everything. She'll really good for her. Yeah. She's super passionate. A word didn't she make a Nazi propaganda films. No, Lenny re. She is no longer in this, this woman. She became the first woman to receive an Oscar nomination for directing back in nineteen seventy six that film, seven beauties and to this day, only five women have been nominated for the Oscar for best directing one woman, winning the prize. That was Kathryn Bigelow. Yeah. That, that was such a good movie. But that is number believably mad that is unbelievably bad. Remember, Barbara Streisand has been nominated one of the women for best director this. We have that to look forward to the governor's awards. We'll be happening October. Twenty seventh they are not televised. But usually we'll get an ice clip real during

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Governors Awards 2019 Winners: The Complete List

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Governors Awards 2019 Winners: The Complete List

"The motion picture academy has announced the winners of this year's governor's awards include groundbreaking filmmaker David Lynch and Lena weren't Muller. The first woman to have received the Academy Award nomination for directing the prices are meant to recognize those who made significant contributions to the film industry. Eleventh annual governors awards will be held October. Twenty seventh

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"david lynch" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"And I can't I'm like I don't even know what the influence that doesn't necessarily mean they're better. But like I like him better for that reason bright moments on this word also. I feel it's a little bit like alternate universe, Malcolm, especially the first half of the record words like when you first started another bunch of echo in the bunny influences and stuff and almost heard that coming in just like different directions your pursued. Yeah. Definitely a British Field to the. The first side and least the second song a bit, well wilder and the third one Victor Bordj. Yeah. That's kinda got an English early post punk elect with drums, creeping into post punk bow. Even to I never really loved them so much when I was a kid. I mean I love that. Bella Goshi is. Yeah. That was just the song, we knew about I'll say Peter Murphy really aging. Well, not that, that matters. I just seen a picture him. Is that really him? He's like, how can we look so good must not party? He was one of the last Coachella things where they got an old ban to reunite to headline Coachella in this sort of very touching belief that the kids would be very excited about about house reunion. And it was awesome, not any, it wasn't like people were there. But I don't really think they knew it was just new. They were supposed to, you know, I think the audience was more open minded back then at the Coachella thing now, it's like it's kids wanting stuff for kids. You know, I just saw this Duran Duran like video by David Lynch. Did you see that? No. So not good. It's on. It's like a concert of them in two thousand fourteen and so it starts with some black and white and David Lange saying, Durant Durant. We're gonna. I can't do as accent, but you know how he is. And then the concert proceeds, it's a live concert, and like some LA corporate venue, which I can't remember which one it is, you know, how those there's a shows and LA that are kind of they're just clean. But like anyway, Lynch just puts like this in the forefront, some kind of like smoke fog like overdubbed like this kind of smoke fog and light, and then there's like a couple of clocks spinning really fast. It's like generic David Lynch, and then they're playing he can't even see the ban, sorta, because there's like fake rain in front of them. It's really hack job. No disrespect to either those artists. But sometimes I don't know what two thousand fourteen what was going on. Sorry. No telling me to degrasse about the time. I once watched the Duran Duran, try to write a song timberland for two hours in the studios catastrophe was there, I was doing timberland story. And during during guys were not excited about me being there, but I was there with their producer Timbaland just had a like a loop going, he made a timbale in loop and they were just as in the hip hop style just kept playing and playing in the studio, that's how they do it and, and they were just they wanted to loop to stop. But that's what they're supposed to right over. There was just it was a tag. I wish it had been filmed. It was the funniest thing I've ever seen in my life. Honestly removable that funny. So I wanna take a moment and talk about vivid seats, staying home is great. But eventually, you just gotta get out of the house. Whether you go out to see your favorite band from go cheer on your favorite team in person. We gotta go to the house. You gotta have a night out and vivid.

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Peggy Lipton, Star of 'Twin Peaks' and 'The Mod Squad,' Dies at 72

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Peggy Lipton, Star of 'Twin Peaks' and 'The Mod Squad,' Dies at 72

"An actress and model from the sixties has passed away. USA's? Rick Vincent has more. Malate nineteen sixties much quad series star Peggy Lipton. Pleading hit become Julie Barnes on the show from nineteen sixty through nineteen seventy three series which starred Michael Cole and Clarence Williams and dealt with issues such as domestic violence abortion police, brutality, the Vietnam war and drugs over five seasons the series earned Lipton. One of the it girls over time for EMMY nominations in nineteen seventy one Golden Globe award for best actress in a TV drama in nineteen ninety Lipton return to acting in what became her most enduring role as Norma Jennings in David Lynch and Mark frost cult TV series, twin peaks. She also had recurring roles on TV shows like popular alias and crash and appeared under daughters comedy, Angie Tribeca as well as on the TNT drama clause within died at the age of seventy two after a battle with

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Everything we know (so far) about the new Dune movie

Giant Beastcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

Everything we know (so far) about the new Dune movie

"This one I didn't really know much about until I hit the story when I was looking for news. But dune dune I didn't even know there is maybe a new June movie. What's your name? The fucking arrival and twenty four. Yeah. Yes. He is doing a movie version of dune every single attractive person on the planet is apparently. Dave been having casting notices I think for the last solid month. And I swear to God, it is like half of the actors in Hollywood are in this sexy. Yeah. This is the same person who did blade runner blade. Archway forty nine and arrival rival, okay? Okay. So that's the move you other things, and then they're this. They're just making everything dune. Yes. Okay. So yeah. There was an a story. I read that sad of fun com is going to put out some doom games. That's the people who made Conan exiles. Uh-huh. Yeah. Okay. I like June. Do you do you do? Okay. Okay. Question is. So yes, definitely the first book, I think the second book the third fourth book. So here's the thing. He cries water sheds water said this on Twitter yesterday as thing I believe very dearly, despite the fact that I know it's one hundred percent wrong. And I don't care just my beliefs, and it's not a harmful one like saying. I don't believe in vaccines. Right. My firm belief is that no one on earth has actually read dune. It's all just a trick for fair. That's thing. I believe lots of people have started it. I've met lots of people who had pages of it. Mas read it she loves it. Or did. She just have the book because my parents said they love doing. They had the books. Those books were dusty as hell by. That's all I'm saying. So here I'm gonna let y'all in on the secret. Okay. On Frank Herbert's greatest gift to mankind about thirty pages in the picture of penis. And it just says like okay now. Tell everybody tell him. It's fucking great something about it. Sounds like it's good already in about a fucking sand and a worm or something some show spice Paul but make something up each time. Something about also if you got a lot of money make a movie about this. Yeah. It just make the shit that don't give it to one hundred Russky. That guy's got a fuck it. Have you seen dune? I've seen doom does that count. Now. Do me ass. It's a yes, basically the hell game in some movies work title heard about doing my whole life. And I know close to nothing about Westwood made a game based on it the ass. David Lynch direct the movie, they're the only east Siri. No, he directed the eighty four moving. Okay. There was a TV series. I don't know who made that. Okay. Series. Yeah. Heard of in a low e was in in the dead, the Lynch movie, the Lynch movie. That's no, I think he was in the TV series. Yeah. He was in the TV series. I was thinking of sting sting was in the body, and they had very bad square. Shields. Have these personal body shield in in the movie, they look very bad, but you have to like go slowly with them through to get through the shield because they're like it's dunes. All right. I remember some reason in my head. I always associated with Stargate, which I also have not seen desert. Desert in my head is saying. Exactly briefings. I remember about the dune movie there is the sting cod piece, which has been Memed to death. There is Patrick Stewart holding a pug getting into battle. I don't remember that. Yeah. And there was tear. Floating chair. About dune is about spice. It's about face rich boy who's like chosen one. Yeah. It's about space imperialism primarily it's about their houses. I could different houses in the there's spicy you controls the spice controls the world. So there are worms. Okay. And it's like, you know, what happens when you have houses and spice jet.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"That's good i i'm fairly certain though watching the thing it's too good to be a puppet i'm almost positive at as a it was once living thing yeah i i guess is there are there no medical records of what a lamb fetus looks like had we not do this last right if it weren't that's the scary in how long did they shoot they clearly had that thing on sexual time i guess if it was embalmed yeah but maybe just how how wet that thing is how it moves and all is move he had a bunch of them you know he's got a friend that's a veterinarian and just is like hey whenever you put down a little baby lamb send that low fucker my way i don't know all right moving on to something yeah i don't know in the animals thing all right so actually a fun anecdote i wanted to bring up broke and more to the point and just how masterfully this movie is made in why david lynch i think is one of the top directors of all time so ryan and i actually saw david lynch presented racer head at the junction theater a couple years ago and ryan actually got his autograph which i'm very jealous did you have you lost it did you still have it still have it cool but anyway someone asked david lynch question that has stuck with me for a long time and the question was like what is the most important element of being a good filmmaker and he said it's the wrong question because the real answers that every single element whether it's the sound is nine the acting the music this cinema taga fee the framing every one of them is of monumental importance and i think that more to the point of saying that this is a movie that you feel rather than you think about you know once again this movie wouldn't be the movie without the sound design or without the cinematography or without things that other filmmakers might use as supplementary materials but to him every one of these elements can potentially be the primary a tool and you know and i think that like more more than it being cheap like that's what you need to teach independent filmmaker if you're going to be inspired by this is that like don't think that you need to create something with dialogue and characters and arcs and stuff like that just create something and like you know truly understand the potential of every tool in the filmmakers toolbox just david lynch in sam raimi's all you need to learn when you're growing up i would say an robert rodriguez especially sure early he's basically a film teacher that got a few good shark boy and lava girls out of them so then link later too yeah absolutely those are those are if anyone's ever interested in filmmaking those are good like entry points do i basically take a free class until makings watch any of their movies with director's commentary i think those are especially david lynch but going going back to like the film school thing or whatever talking about it but the moment where henry meets the family i thought was that's when the movie really clicked me because i was like oh he's so good at these moments of making an interaction play out almost like how he probably felt some so good at conveying feeling through film right 'cause all those awkward things if you take it literally go everyone's acting really weird but if you sort of look at it from an allegory perspective that's probably how he felt he felt so sick that guts were coming out of a chicken and people are just smiling at him and he felt on easy any somehow translated that into a film that's to me was gene delay and he did become vegetarian when he took up tm so he's gave up alcohol he stopped smoking he became.

"david lynch" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Don't see it but i even watching the first time the first thing i thought of of seeing i think the first image is the the sperm type creature coming out of henry's mouth and then a man who is something pulling levers and then the sperm being thrown into a puddle i saw that as that's what i would do if i didn't wanna film two people having sex in a movie because that means uncomfortable i don't wanna put these people in a weird situation so how can we creatively do this thing other than a train going through a tunnel and because he if you've ever watched the short films of david lynch that's a great dvd collection watch how he does the abc's like he made a horror film basically of his little sister singing the seas and it's frightening so he he's a guy who i think can figure a moment like that and probably is really good at interpreting his thoughts and dreams better than most people are oh yeah see i i would say that like the jack this point like about what you said it's about a karma it makes more sense if it's about fate right like it's like this just somebody behind you know pulling the levers on your life kind of end and kinda like today lynch you know it should be noted that he's a really heavy into transcendental meditation right so all this dream stuff he was can be led to that he was introduced transcend meditation like midway through the film and it said that like the film did undergo some rewrites when he discovered maharaj yogi or whatever his name is and to in terms of the form of how he really creates the dream aspect like when you leave the theater and you're like what the fuck that i just watched i feel like the the one trope that he does a lot to awesome affect and a few other movies do this is the kind of moebius strip structure that he does where where he begins and ends in the same at the same place right so he does that in a race her head you know you kind of begin in with the man in the planet you don't seem book ins the movie then drives the best example of it where literally the whole movie is like it goes in a circle if you follow the structure right almost in a time traveling manner and the same thing with inland empire and stuff in anyway he he uses it to where basically feels it creates this effect that where you're like where you get to the same point and it yeah it's a dream like narrative structure that i feel like he uses awesomely so adam adam mentioned the sperm look like things there couple of facts in this book those are real in bill courts that that jack fisk got from a hospital and he told the hospital that they were just gonna be like in jars in the background of a movie but nope they were throwing them against wall domino man all sorts of shit another fund piece of trivia before i move on to remember years ago ryan told me that no one knows how he made the baby and i just mentioned and i just assumed that you know that was i'm also very skeptical of imdb trivia i kind of like in our fake news era just like you know man who checks that shit but in the book you're right nobody knows he won't he blindfolded the projectionist so that even the projectionist wouldn't kind of see the gag so there's all this speculation whether it's like the a milan fetus or if a rabbit or whatever they're all these various theories out there so no one that knows there in the book it seems to suggest that david lynch has a very he's not a he's not freaked out by dead things he loves he made these things called kits we literally take a dead animal and like dissect it and create like a little art kit based on this dead thing so i think that that's probably why he's kept it a secret is because it is probably it is it is probably like a he's probably puppeteer and some sort of dead animal he may be channelled his serial killer instincts into directing so a that's healthy that's good knowns died as a direct result of one of his films so.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"The movie i will say of all the david lynch movies it's actually probably one of his easier wants to follow yeah i think once you figure out the basic allegory it's a pretty straightforward movie and i think is actually if anything i think it's something that should be taught in films goal at obviously is but this is a movie that i think you can sit someone down and go this is how you make a movie for nothing there's also you do it in the seventies so if you wanna make movie today you have no roadblocks because look with that man did you could do the same all right cool and real quick i just want to hear david lynch fan what are your top top lynch movies number one's mahal and drive okay and then blue velvet topfive urges top couple put dune in there multiple times that's actually the one i haven't seen because of that yeah breaking down it would be the two i mentioned then lost highway i actually you know put a racer head up there now too i he hasn't made a movie that i dislike and i haven't seen inland empire so we'll just leave it there okay all right let's move on to ryan yeah i love this movie this is great my is i'm very curious to hear the allegory 'cause i've never had this movie really explained to me really i just have i've absorbed it a couple times and i love every minute of it but i definitely couldn't tell you what david lynch was going for not think he he would if he was here he'd really your career you know it'd be like hey it's the feeling man which yeah the the mood is the movie kind of the my some review this movie see i'm excited to talk about just the form of it in general because it's amazing you know you say he made this for nothing though but like an and i agree that there's no road blocks now for cinema especially but it seems like this movie took a lot of money even for then like at least with the effects and the scenes or the the sets that they all build it seems like still of ambitious ambitious undertaking for an low budget independent movies on san but yeah my favorite david lynch movies number one wild at heart number two mahal and drive number three blue velvet okay cool all right moving on austin yeah this actually was the first time that i'd ever seen a racer head as well i mean it's i'm always hesitant to say i'm a fan of of any particular director because i'm very impermanent just in my life in general so i i don't really i'm not committed to david lynch but i think he's an extremely fascinating and competent and important filmmaker so i'm committed today with lynn i mean like in my life i'm just not like even sports franchises right like i'm more into the players than i have been the franchise so i don't know it's just like a weird personality trait i guess or flaw depending on them you like the movies you're just not committed to the filmmaker yeah exactly exactly and to me i don't need to make that like abstraction to the mind behind it i'm completely content with just enjoying the content as individual pieces that make sense and if it just happens to be the fact that they have a commonality because they derived from a common source then that's great that's if you really ask me so in that sense like i like david lynch films but i feel like this film is something that again like adam was just saying like i feel like i've known so much about this i feel like i know more about david lynch from reading about him and hearing people talk about him then i actually do from even seeing his films like i've seen blue velvet i've seen linda inland empire i've seen mahal in dr have now seen a racer head never seen dune never seen wild at heart i like twin peaks but i have not seen the reboot and i'm not like racing to get it to get to it does that make sense like i feel like an intellectual thing for me is it one of those weird situation sue where sometimes the creators more infamous than the content they're creating yeah i mean 'cause how many times do people say oh it's so lynch ian wright turned into.

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"david lynch" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"No one loses everyone wins it's something i hope you think about and take to heart all you need to do is treat all the people as you would like to be traded sincerely david lynch i think this is him bending the knee because people started to get upset about it and i think this is it's it's a it's whizzy to be frank i always appreciate it david lynch's artistry because i always felt that he pushed boundaries but unfortunately it doesn't seem that those same stresses of boundaries apply to political thinking and ideological diversity because his quote was quite clear i don't think that he was misquoted and i don't believe that anything was taken out of context as well it seems as though he was perhaps feeling some of the heat and decided to bendini which i think is sad i think it's incredibly sad and i mean like with some of his efforts it is a little vague point our ship towards a bright future for all well what a lovely platitude i mean when you put it like that as opposed to what it's a false choice point our ship toward a bright future for all so define ship defined bright future and define all because this is incredibly vague and particularly pointless stephen say really it's just a dumb platitude so when the ship around pointed towards a bright future for all well what is incorrect about the course and what is the ship defined the ship what is it i mean that even that i mean it assumes too much i'm i'm curious i would like to see this defined platt it just seems like a deflected platitude i've told this to people a million times never been to knee to the outrage mob i spoke at turning point usa the day before i went on vacation i spoke to a roomful of young conservative women i asked them to raise their hand i all the women in the room to raise a hand anyone who's ever experienced any sort of persecution or had invectives hurled their way simply because they thought differently every woman in that room raised their hand it was a hurt the heart to see that but never been to knee to the outrage mob i didn't think that there was anything wrong with what he said the problem is is that if you are perceived as being on the left or if you are a member of hollywood if you think differently at all about anything politically or even if you appear to be open minded as open minded as the left pretends to be then your drummed out of inclusion that's just how it is they blacklist you it's officious stick tactic and i've just it just seemed i don't know he's just kind of covering his own but here that's what it really seems just it's unfortunate the people need to stop bending the damn knee who cares about the outrage mobley all of these people upset with the immigration policies you know trump was the one who signed an executive order to try to remedy this situation that barack obama implemented further and made worse but no one demanded this barack obama i don't take seriously any of these individuals claims of concern at all what so ever i think you're all fake you're all fake as hell i don't i don't take any of you seriously because you were entirely silent when it occurred under barack obama and in fact you all defended it the stories that were written about it unlike brian stelter insistence that this was brought to people's attention by the media who wanted to alert that same media was completely silent when this took place mcclatchy even reported yes barack obama did separate children from their families yes barack obama did prosecute mothers yes barack obama did deport people this all have and it was made worse because of his his relaxed immigration policies which served as a beacon to the point where handbills were created and passed out in south american towns i had people on my program to discuss that they saw it verbatim so all of these individuals not a single one of them were concerned at the time now suddenly what their actual they've they claim to be concerned it's ridiculous nobody no no one no one it's it's fake concern it's the only the only thing that motivates them isn't concerned for children it's concern for their own bottom line during the midterm election they're using people as.

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Is filmmaker David Lynch really pro-Trump?

Markley and Van Camp

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Is filmmaker David Lynch really pro-Trump?

"I don't think so i don't blame him for bringing all that stuff up no i mean gone over this a hundred times would you teach your kid to say and do everything the president does know is it refreshing in a lot of ways yes it is exposed a lot of different organizations for what they really are and the thing is he if he's an opponent will tie you and nuts frustrate you to no end because what is the media you're going to do with that where it is with north korea right now they're not doing the hate america day things are progressing at some point do you ever give credit to say hey it's better than it was a year ago will no you can't do that because now we have talked about immigration now we have to talk about all these or something tweeted or how he talked too bad about jimmy fallon and this isn't this the darryl but that's just politics man that's not supposed to be the job of a news organization that's what's so frustrating to people and trump went on he was bragging about some other different things well there's a hollywood director that is somewhat on his side now yeah not totally i i don't know if this has been overstated a little bit but david lynch had talked about it we mentioned it yesterday he said that trump might not wind up being in fact one of the worst presidents but might wind up being one of the best presidents and in a lot of ways it's what you and i have talked about because he has exposed a lot not just in the media but in the system as a whole oh and that includes the republican establishment yes he blew it apart he's he's in the primary yes he's exposed that nobody really is out there fighting for you right there just trying to keep the status quo and keep their jobs that's it so the full quote from the guardian david lynch was i'll just read the paragraph the key paragraph from the story goes like this he is undecided about donald trump he could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he was or he has disrupted things so much no one is able to counter this guy in an intelligent way trump may not be doing a good job himself wench things he is opening up a space where other outsiders might at our socalled leaders can't take the country forward can't get anything done like children they are trump has shown all this yes and i agree with that don't you at the very least i do i mean i don't think david lynch is going to be buying a great american makeamericagreatagain hat anytime soon but he has said what a lot of people especially in the hollywood world would never be caught dead saying exactly which is hey maybe we'll maybe we come out of this better so what does trump's say about david lynch oh sure that just came out david david he puts down headline trump could go down david lynch could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history of course there goes his career he actually voted for obama he voted for bernie sanders but he now says however he now appears to believe that trump bay have been the right choice after.

"david lynch" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on WLOB

"Filmmaker david lynch you know who david lynch pin twin peaks things like that the elephant man he did the elephant man he says it trump may go down in history as the great at one of the greatest presidents in us history i think this is sort of a left handed compliment i'll let you decide he says he could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he has disrupted the things so much no one is able to counter this guy in an intelligent way handed the trump has shown that there could be a space for political outsiders to move the country forward our so called leaders can't take the country forward can't get anything done like children they are trump has shown all this he claimed that he didn't remember who he voted for during the two thousand sixteen presidential election but the primary he voted for bernie over hillary i'm not really a political person he says but i really liked the freedom to do what you want to do little twin peaks don't we have a restaurant now twin peaks at the competes with hooters i don't think that's what lynch had in mind when he came up with twin peaks but you know lebron capless out there they'll make something i didn't either oh my gosh we got scott pruitt's in the hills story this the secretary this is the most hated man behind behind trump in washington dc the science is now settled this global warming stuff manmade global warming has been proved to be bovine scalia we now have james hansen the godfather of the global woman movement and his words from thirty years ago and not one thing that he predicted this come true not one not one epa administrator scott pruitt staff discussed hiring a friend of a lobbyist whose wife rented a capitol hill condo to pruitt for fifty dollars a night pruitt's chief of staff ryan jackson and lobbyists j stephen hart exchange email emails on the matter according to documents obtained through a lawsuit filed by the sierra club see this year clubs going nothing to do with ethics they're trying to find anything they can to hang on scott pruitt to get him out of there the emails show hearts appealing to jackson now again i'll give you this is the lobbyist is heart jackson is the staffer heart appealing to jackson about finding a job for jimmy giuliano a family friend of hearts in recent college graduate hearts sent the email while i was living in a condo hart's wife owned heart told jackson that hart's wife quote has talked to scott about this kid who was important to us he told vicki to talk to you about how to handle this jackson responded that he was on it an agency spokesman told the times that giuliano did not receive a job at epa so there's nothing to see you they talked about it the dude getting didn't get the job probably because scott pruitt said is this not a friend of the people i'm renting a condo from and they're going.

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China warns against 'trade war,' appeals for cooperation

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:23 min | 3 years ago

China warns against 'trade war,' appeals for cooperation

"The united states in china have been trading tariffs all week president trump announced sixty billion dollars a new tariffs on chinese imports shortly thereafter china responded with three billion dollars in tariffs on us products will the back and forth break out into a trade war david lynch global economics correspondent for the washington post joins us now mr lynch thanks so much for being with us sure president trump course announced these tariffs after the us trade representative conducted an investigation of china's practices against us companies operating in china the complaints have been around for years but what are the chinese practices the president trump in particular doesn't like shirt will the tariffs are aimed in particular at a practice referred to as force technology transfer the chinese government for years has treated foreign companies us companies in particular with a what the us regards is discriminatory practices if if an american company wants to enter the chinese market they need to do so with a chinese partner the chinese partner controls the joint venture fifty one percent and they're required the us company is to turn over their trade secrets their advanced technology as a condition of market entry as a as a cover charge if you will for getting in and that puts the us in the long run at a disadvantage but at the same time why do so many people seem to believe that tariffs you're not a good way to address that problem of the day tariff is just a fancy word for tax and it's a tax paid by americans the people who pay the tariff are the ones who are bringing the chinese products into the united states and those are american companies and ultimately american consumers why do you think the chinese government response to sixty billion dollars in tariffs with just three billion dollars in terrorists i think the chinese are are playing very savvy game thus far trying to and the objective is to be firm enough to look as if they're responding and not taking any gulf from an outside power three billion dollars three billion three billion dollars three billion dollars into the law by shing the average guy in the streets of beijing he'll he'll hear that the chinese government has posted tall but the.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Probably revoery and venice before i was on the jury in venice in 1994 when david lynch was the president of the jury so i've been on a few juries you invited by the direct with the festival in this case us a copyright who's the director of who got his focus was you know and he actually approach me during can this year and asked me if i would be willing to come on the jury again i actually pointed out to him that i had been on before because sometimes they don't like to have jurors on twice put the didn't seem to bother him and he sort of indicated that because a he'd already i think was planning to have or had already invited i'm not sure which four actresses on the jury i think he wanted to sort of balance with someone with a critical background david i've been watching you want to television full almost as long as i've been allies and usually you're telling us all about the films you've seen we'd only all the costa migrant polar ends to disagree with you what it like to be seated at a table with so many others many of whom you probably don't really know very well and of course you there to discuss at length you will personal feelings about the film it's really i spoke like sitting round a table with friends it's true i've actually meant it go right before but i can't say i knew him very well and it also met ildiko annuity before but again i can't say i knew him very well the rest i haven't met their anonymous on the jury so you basically sit around after seeing the film not immediately afterwards that's when you have the discretion of the president of the jury which in this case was i met spending who is an excellent president i must say much better president david lynch i have to say i met decided that it would be good to have a discussion every other day or every couple of days something like that i we just sit around and she would control blood.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Um and a lot of people have problems with it a lot of people just went with it loved it and i was one that went with it loved it and uh it i don't know i don't i don't want to spoil anything about it because it's definitely worth watching but uh but it should always be remembered that the show was about a teenager who was molested for years and then murdered by some one i don't want to give that away either seen the original but um always keep that in mind when you're watching for the new one because i i know people want it to go a certain way but it's always been about one thing basically anyway the two it was like definitely the bestlooking tv show ever uh which is not surprising from david lynch but also just like so david lynch in its i was amazed watching it that got on tv and that it almost didn't it almost didn't and thankfully they let him do what he wanted um you know for better or for worse depending on your feelings on david lynch but for me was definitely for better so my number two twin peaks to return i did not do a good job on my list is israel as there's a bunch of crap i didn't say and i want to be your newest all right to have to let more thais dude uh he'll have too many to ties out houses duked other you i'll do tie here for number two somewhat related but not really less jet i am a shape of water not related all they're just both bubis multiple and you know cgi stuff right it i don't know how much cd eyes in the shape of water have you seen it added now it's very good and i didn't i knew nothing about the sort of shape of water before and are currently it's immature but in remember the trailer insist it's a very very good melting of different genres into into one into one movie it's just it's so wonderfully sweet when i after i watched it my thought was on the way with with monsters basically it's this very sweet very welcome what he does is no become genres kinda right yes they'll time only seen help buoy so i didn't i didn't know about that elvia yet.

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"david lynch" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"Of like some science fiction writer wrote a thing and it's vaguely about like life and religion in death right that's what this book is okay i guess i guess my one question that is you understand that this is a video game podcast correct yes okay this is where i'm getting too okay so this is so in the '80s '90s i don't care there one of those follow markets like to go back four on this franchise is a movie made by the guy who did us twin peaks david lynch oh david lynch david lynch so david lynch made this moving the '90s 80s one of those weird times kristalina nine about weird decade that existed between the ages of 19 of bowed yeah david lynch is the weirdest he's a weird news weird do yeah dino's also in this movie i dunno sting do you wanna know do you wanna know who did the music i'm gonna guess dave bowie tono do you see why we need to talk about this who made the video game a dog vet learned to water okay so this is okay todd so this is like what the story this is the background of these this is this is basically what it is there's so much to it like this is this room saying his i told jesse on his talk about this game initially it's not my favorite game it's a game that i loved him as one of the first stragegy game pc games i played because jesse didn't play pc games i was a little bit a little bit little bit but there is like there's like a path you take if you're like yell station person or intend to persia like you can go back years he played analogues all these games and dune is a bunch of different games i came in the nineties that were popular very popular name some of these games d'une they were all just named d'une doomed to doom 2000 doom 2001 will walk me through this what what is the premise of doing the video game so dune okay not the video game was.

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"david lynch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I i am glad all eighteen hours earth our present than accounted for you know i watched the show as it aired such every sunday night there was or if i miss that i take that much of monday by by yourself or usually them as of yet i redid usually at night and disorder sadun and go on a journey that david lynch intended never knowing each week from weak do we kind of what was about to happen um so i'm gonna miss that experience of of sitting out in hanging out with those people it do you do you read any of the reviews of the recap so the summaries inonu yeah i do i read the red some really and really nice articles it was less of a review most of them actually were less reviews and more just kind of what and then what the reviewers were interested in talking about more than anything created a lot of a lot of conversation you know as as opposed to oh this particular episode was less successful than his episode it was all about kind of what was going on in the epas and do you do you read the main agree with them or to sell he got that that i'll go i think that you know what i it having were david so many years i think every every person's perspective is valid in all of one has a different take on what happened and they're all worthwhile and and i read some things that are sort of whacky and out there in other words plays possible who knows you know but i i liked the people are so invested that they they are really taking the time to to write about and think about it and term and um you know turn it over in their minds i want to talk about you in the season you play different versions of del coopers of.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"Oh yeah you know the thing is like david lynch is doing i i think i i you know my feeling is he he realizes he doesn't have much left to that he's going to do i i think this is going to be the last thing he does i don't think there anymore movies activists i mean i'm going all see how this wraps up but you know i you know if he wants to do another season of this i'm all for that i don't know the only ones going to let them i mean this is it's landed really really well i think with the people who've stuck with it but i don't think it's been widely enough viewed to justify control controlling the price and everything i think that we're we're talking about the end of twin peaks right now sure sure bianca let me hold up my hope i waited 25 your berretta but what what what what every every one of his previous films is in this you you see oman's his to his own work it's almost as if he's like doing a greatest hits lake you know this is my farewell tour and he here's my tribute to a racer headed here's my tribute to blue velvet and here's my tribute to yale mulholland drive and there's all of this going on there and there's so many things that i see is just in in shots in the way he's he's you know putting the the construction of the scenes together that it at yet it's so amazing to me that you know there is the episode where nothing happened at this episode alyssa episode thirteen everyone's like a you know a lot of the critical like and nothing happened this episode was so slow it was so boring there is no plot advancement and you know i.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"David lynch operating at peak david lynch form but it did not feel like twin peaks to me ever i first four episodes it but it was it was david lynch you know the epitome of what he does as a director as a as a creator and it's over the course of the subsequent ten episodes i mean now it's finally kind of feeling more in its moments at twin peaks but i think that's by design irish overall i think um what he's trying to say here with his revival is just again our demands a genius as far as i'm concerned and uh there's lots of ways this could have gone wrong and i know he's not everyone's cup of tea but i i just think so far i could not be more gushing about how much i love this series i have been enjoying this show so much it's hyperbolic to say especially because as outs kunz pointed out to me when i said this online a couple of days ago twin peaks the return is my favorite show of 2017 a and to say that when the leftovers ended this year that's why am say like avenarius hyperbolic but i am i'm so happy with this i think it's been such a fascinating show it is such a singular show that i could not be mad at anybody who is completely turned off by twin peaks the return like if it's not for you i totally get it but i have been preaching the gospel of this show to anybody i talk to in my day to day like i i board somebody who i won't mention but maybe a familiar enough quantity to people listening to this i was having a conversation with somebody and i just board them to death by talking about nothing but twin peaks for like a solid hour they haven't seen a lick of the show before and they're like.

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"david lynch" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"david lynch" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Yes directed my stanley queue that wrecked by david lynch dear man people say you know what i want the playstation mumbo xbox now playstation hurts babies on like user mixed yet add another this was the yeah the end of playstation add that there was another way when they like may just sell a playstation wouldn't be where i was this the other one is the same weren't you click on the french people passes this is this is the same one the tragedy he is but also i will tell you would be human prank never been looking in great have you claimed ranked event i thought you know would get a bad forgetful cast by golfing ron on your own knit surrounded of fee catching you did get be half this was used as a test against that was used to actually sell playstations that they gonna commercial so we should man and yet it it backfired people like me pulled this he said however i wanna say she's got a pretty bologna look at her more annually but there's nothing weird of others combing forehead her eyes away too far apart diff are part and i like skewed daylight they don't dare does this is this is just like a widespread was like what about you martin idle have one right off the bat i wish you the asked me earlier also did a bit like a will be held gay.

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