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"eugene simon" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

02:20 min | 9 months ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"This is the fusion patrol gassed. Each week we look at a different science fiction tv episode or movie and over analyze it to within an inch of its life. Welcome to the discussion. Hello and happy new year. This is another another episode of fusion. Patrol i'm eugene simon and we're looking at the new year's day special revolution of the dialects. And here's my preface warning you know. It's new year's. I watched the episode with my family. I plan to watch it again. After i watched it with my family i changed my mind and decided not to watch it again therefore i took notes therefore i did my Summary for memory. Summary goes like this. That idiot from arachnids in the uk is back and with the aid of a corrupt politician. Ambitions to be prime minister steals the dead dollar from a previous new year's special and with the help of a whiz kid turns its design into an ai powered security drone called security drone. One could possibly go wrong. The doctor has been put in prison but as every doctor who fan knows. The doctor can trivial escape from any prison. Unless they don't captain. Jack harkness breaks out of prison with trivia lease jack's back on earth. Yes has a chronic obsession problem. Graham and ryan have recognized the design of the new security drones. Convinced he has to help investigate. They confront that idiot from arachnids in the uk. But get nowhere. The doctor jack arrive. And everybody's all pissed at the doctor for being gone for ten months. It's nice to know that the doctor so-called fam- don't give one passing thought for the decades that the doctor has just spent in prison. It's all about them them them. Meanwhile whiz kid was stupid whiz kid and cloned the dalai creature from cells he found in the original casing. Of course it turns him into a puppet luckily for the dalai creature a dialects entire memory are stored every tiny little fragment of a because. That's how memory works with tartus magic..

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

16:05 min | 2 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"We take a single episode of Science Fiction TV series and over analyze it to within an inch of its life. This is the fusion patrol podcast. Welcome to the discussion hello and welcome to another episode of fusion patrol. I'm Eugene Simon and tonight we are looking at the firefly episode. Jamestown the crew of serenity serenity arrive on Canton where they're about to pick up some illicit merchandise canton exports mud for high tech ceramic production and costs are kept low. Oh by the use of indentured servitude and low regard for the conditions of the workers who are known as mutters. Jane is nervous and adopts a disguise because four years earlier he was involved in a robbery gone wrong against the local magistrate. All are amazed to learn that his botched robbery was a windfall for the mothers and now now they have turned him into a local Robin Hood type hero believing that he stole money and gave it to the mothers. They have even erected a statue of him in town square. Mel Mel concocts a plan to US Jane's fame to distract the town. Will they move the merchandise to the ship. Not everyone is happy with Jane's return including the local magistrate who does not appreciate appreciate Jane stealing his money and Jane's former partner who he betrayed and has been imprisoned by the magistrate in a hot box for the past four years in our meanwhile. Meanwhile has a client the local magistrate or more specifically his son. The magistrate wants to make a man out of his boy and has hired in our to end his his virginity and not as sympathetic and teaches him how to be a man in front of the entire town Jane. His former partner have a confrontation the ladder spells out to everyone what Jane really did for years ago and prepares to kill him. A mutter saves John's life at the cost of his own and Jane dispatches his former partner partner. You tears down. The statue of him rected in the town square unbeknownst to the crew. The serenity was locked down by the Port Authority so they could not get away but behind the scenes scenes in Nahra arranged for the lockdown to be lifted okay Jamestown boy. I think we're going to have a lot to talk about this. Just had a guess shall we shall we get the plot line out of the way. I okay. Let's go fruits are so I'm going to just bring this one out. I you're not a man because as you've had sex you're not a man until a woman has manipulated into doing something that you probably shouldn't do. That's the lesson I got out of this right. I mean I suppose you're supposed to stand up for yourself. That's what makes you a man but really basically are manipulated him into standing up for himself. which is which is not right that is that is not being a man that is being a dupe so in the case of the sun any thoughts? I mean that that that is what that is. What crossed me immediately. I thought it's like come on but then the show the sort of morally ambiguous show so but do you think he did the wrong thing. What do you think she manipulates him into doing the right thing. Oh if you're manipulated into being doing the right thing. Is that any better maybe a little bit better but a little bit of that because he's reading on its reading on it if is is agitates him into doing it. It has is to be against his has to be manipulation against his will write. It would be against his better judgment but if she's making him realize his better judgment adjustment manipulation. I don't know I'm I didn't read. It is manipulation at all I mean. I don't think it's in his best interest. Let's put it that way unless he's planning on deposing his father I the last time we saw something like this happen. In in this Universe Universe Simon and his sister ended up stuck on a ship on the run from the feds you do it dad says and you you toe the line and life's life's good right but if you zoo dad says you toe the line and your sister gets experimented on and here. Would you say he was better off. If if he retains his father's fade favor but he knew that a number modest being violently quelled and might die or he could end up in that hot box for four years. I mean if he does he does he stays curry's. Dad and his dad hired sex women. The Guy has privilege and you're arguing. He shouldn't use that DOC privileged people who don't have it. I'm not necessarily arguing that he did that but I'm saying you wouldn't have done it of his own. I don't think he would have done it of his own free. I will or his own. He did his volition. He didn't have the confidence to do it beforehand and his encounter with an R gave gave him the confidence to do it that that's the intention isn't it right and I I think I think so but but <hes> it said it certainly it certainly picked up by sex therapist two hours teacher healer and wise woman as well. Yes yes that is that is that is problematic with this with this character of in our because she is it kind of portrayed as more than just what we would consider a prostitute or a call girl even a high end carl maybe but we I mean we've discussed discuss the fact that she's more than that the joint Davidson the sex therapist who who wrote this essay about series saying I mean we we talked about cases but she's saying coach Sanofi Yoshua and since I know nothing about Japanese culture I'm getting to assume that more accurate so there is a sense in which she is a very accomplished individual. I'm very highly trained and joy. Davidson is is a psychologist list and it makes sense that what she seeing in what in our does is rooted in some psychology training and therefore fool when she is she's providing a service to fess amp and part of that is not purely physical okay otherwise she is just a cool calm right is is the training that she is given is the ultimate end for for the betterment of the client so here's the difference between a psychiatrist who are therapists and a call girl. The Coal Girls Job Bob is sure it's to make the guy feel good because I don't just mean that in a physical way I mean that in an emotional way because it's repeat business yes and that's profitable so there is this this profit motive and we could argue that it's solely a profit motive ended that the skills that go along with the trappings the the ceremonies all of that is part of a show to entertain the client and not necessarily make them a better human being but there's kind of the implication here that what does is also trying to make this guy a better human being and and I don't know do you take a hippocratic oath. When you become a companion in this universe that you're gonna be doing good in the world surprised surprised me if there was some sort of because we're aware that there is some kind of academy and so if these institutions exist raced then yes it would seem to be entirely consistent with that I would like to know more about this particular historical aspect of this this universe reverse because we do have those lines and I can't tell whether she's lying or not and that's part of that's part of the problem kicking the dad out because this is a consecrated the space is that a convenience to kick him out because he's being obnoxious or is that legit you know is there training in all these fantastic arts or is it in these fantastic fantastic arts and also how to say the right thing to get personnel the room or get them in bed or whatever it is a time or both and and also it is it? It is both she. I mean obviously she does have the skills to do that because it would be. It would be difficult for him. It will be difficult for her to get him out of the room if he decided hi to resist so she's skillfully kicking him out but it also seems like it it is it is a space which I'm not quite sure what the right term for it but is it is somehow protected is somehow be because she says the same thing about about Mao entering. It's the space ace where she works and we ask it. This isn't this isn't exactly where I expected this discussion. We've go without getting overly sanctimonious about what is based prostitution. What what is being portrayed is something where this base is an important part of it you know she doesn't it doesn't just go to a hotel room whatever and and and therefore violating that space does feel like an intrusion it feels like a tea ceremony and night just because there's t well but not no. I mean the ceremony the Japanese tea ceremony the the whole low doors. Come through bow down. She's not the chief doing this but I mean there's a there's a whole there's a space designed for the tea ceremony and there are rituals that you must perform orm and and it very much has that feel to it is ritualized so instead of okay now you know we. I pour the not your cup and union this like now jump each other but but the same basic same basic principles so it it does feel that way and I would say that if anybody was I'm I'm not a I'm not aware of it being that cortisone ship being that ritualized in in Japaneser oddly enough. I have not made a study of that there. Is I mean the thing that I've got. I've got down is is that I think there is an element even though even though what in our says is having sex is not what makes a man there is Nell there is an element to the whole process which is about a right of passage edge and because because there is ritual in this it is it is a form of right of passage. I think I mean the no the no type God what is actually about the the contrast here in attitudes towards sex because that that what fest believes is that sex ax is part of a right of passage and sexy certainly part of something which I think is portrayed as a as a rite of passage this episode but elsewhere in the episode we gotTa contrast than with what Simon's attitude is because he he has that scene where he finds a new way <hes> of of putting his foot in it with Katie saying I would never not with Kaley and it's it's like his his attitude. You'd is he. He considered him. He considers what he's trying to say. There is being respectful right and so for him sex almost like this this thing of does it does element to propriety wrap around it almost like worshipping at the Altar Kaley Kaley. A Katie's attitude is definitely much Nusa because for her. It's about fun and affection okay so we'll talk them and just wanted to just GonNa ask this one question. Do you think on Nora's webpage or you know her my space page or whatever it is that as my face it'd the five hundred year remind me to mention the phone but that whether she has like a special rates first off there's days but is there a special package that you get for sons virginity passing. I kinda see that she said well. It is a right of passage so okay. We've got the virginity package here. She knows what she's been hired for right. I mean she's already had a conversation listen. We've she must've about what he specifically wants or. She says you wouldn't have been yeah. Yes we know we know we know she has a conversation Asian with clients <hes> beforehand so I guess maybe in a conversation with with fast but it higgins paying the bill right okay so then Simon and Kaley so they're getting a little bit drunk and a little bit of both of them and mouths like better get back actors ship and Kelly's like now. I'm I think I'm going to get him drunk enough to sleep with him. Is it more important out there to be proper or less in the black in the in the blood out in the block as Kaley says at the end out here in the black in the dark always I see is the black dark gets the blackout anyway so she's she's making point. You know it these things civilization all right. Let's I'M GONNA. I'm very reductive. Distant here doesn't matter out here the the proprieties to niceties. It doesn't matter when you're out in the middle of nowhere just like the law doesn't matter right yeah and and for Simon. The answer is no. It's more important yes that we that we bring that we don't let it change us that we bring with us. Who We are two. I I can see the I can see the argument to both sides of that you know sometimes you have a preconceived notion and we can we can say this is true about how many of the things that we have been raised with with regards to society just this just this is the way it does and if you set and think about out them for a while things that exist right now you realize to Kinda stupid. They don't make sense in context of real life. I I mean isn't that so so much of what we do out of habit and out of out of just the cultural milieu that we're raised in is is ritual. Yes the rituals will have ohl have an origin okay. Oh all right. I'll I'll give the perfect one here. I think it's the perfect point. There's a there's going to be a failure to this because it doesn't because it's never worked no sex before marriage. I mean that's that's basically what they're kinda talking about in this sequence sequence. It's never been true. It's never been true because even in the history of mankind yes. It may be what you're supposed to do but it's never been a thing that I has prevail. No I think I think you're wrong. I think I know people who I'm pretty sure haven't had sex before they got married or I'm not saying it never happens known interested saying no no no. I've no I've said that no true correct even when it's supposed the post to be even when it's the lip service that people pay even even when during Victorian times when you're supposed to be Prim and proper and and all of these things that are the the front that everyone puts on it was not yet they were doing behind the the curtain so there are an as time has gone on from then to say now the the sexual revolution as it were has.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on KPCC

"In Los Angeles and Irvine online at alchemy dot net. Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn. Thanks for joining us playwright and screenwriter Jez Butterworth is known for film. Scripts like black mass in the bond film spectre and the twenty eleven Tony nominated play Jerusalem Butterworth's latest Broadway production, the Ferryman takes place in nineteen Eighty-one during the troubles in Northern Ireland. When the country was wracked by a complicated decades long and often bloody political conflict over national sovereignty directed by stage and screen collaborators Sam Mendes. The Ferryman is set in the home of the Carney family during the harvest feast. Here's the character Quinn. Carney played by paddy Considine, as he gives a toast around the harvest table wants you to remember something that a man who takes care of his family's ah. Monica. Look himself in the eye in the morning. And I hope you find a stronger rock as I have in your mouth, a married. I. Final behalf of this entire. I'd like to thank Caitlyn for this wonderful food on for everything. She's done for this family over the past ten years. To caitlyn. Kaitlin soon. The house will discovers a missing family member has been murdered. The story was inspired by the real life family of actress Laura Donnelly who plays Caitlyn and the play. But we're told me about Donnelley's ankle Eugene Simon's he was disappeared by the IRA in nineteen eighty and I think he's buddy was found by accident about a year later. I think he was the first well who's the first body to be to be discovered the explanation that Laura was given at the time was that her uncle had died in a car accident, obviously he was murdered but something else happened. And that is that the body was hidden in a way. So that the family never really knew there's this mystery of what has happened, and where these people have gone and the idea that they might still be alive is kind of perpetuated by the people responsible. That's right. This was a practice that the IRA began in the nineteen twenties and stop during a restarted in the nineteen seventies. And so the idea is that if you can. Short circuit, the process of grief in the families, and in the communities that you're trying to terrorize it's a much better use of resources to not dump a body in the street because the second that that body is discovered a clock starts ticking, which will allow them at some point hopefully to overcome that grief, or at least deal with it. If you'll never presented with the actual idea that somebody has died and people are telling you this person is still alive that process complication you made a decision. I suspect pretty early on to set this entire tail inside a kitchen, why was that important? And what does that mean both for better? And for worse about what you can accomplish in one set. Well, I think all the place I've thought of taken place in one set I think the job of the when it's done the best conjures up and offstage, hopefully, as vivid if not more vivid than what you're presenting on. I've never really been a fan. One of those plays that Chumpol I've and this by the way, you know, unfortunately that includes most Shakespeare plays which. More film extract than they do not ask the T leeann structure, but I just liked the idea and the challenge and the tight walk of staying in one place at allowing it too steep and boil and just create this kind of pressure cooker environment. And I might have something to do with the fact that films as well, and they can jump all over the place. But it just doesn't I don't think it's the best use of it's a blackout all tight. You can get that pressure. Cooker situation guy, you can get people to match an absolutely anything. There is a kitchen that is central to this set and there are meals prepared. And there are things being harvested. There's things that are coming in. There's live animals, and it's inevitable that people watch this play would say you reap what you sow and as a writer. How specific are you thinking about that idea visually as you're writing the story about what is happening politically offscreen? Well, I think it's sort of seeps into the bones of the thing from the first phrase these moments in in the year, these these times in our lives. All of them have a literal a metaphorical resonance. And and certainly the fact that this play was was a time when the the hunger strikes were entrain and coming to an end it's actually sat on the tenth hunger-strike Mickey divine starved himself to death. But once I realized that that was late summer, and it was simultaneous with, you know, with the harvest it felt those two days the spoke to each other in a way that didn't really need to do more attention to and it's not just crops that are being harvested. It's young boys to they are being groomed and developed to be soldiers, and that seems to be a very big idea, a very central part of the story that you're trying to tell I think so you have available to us a writer if you want to say something about the cyclical nature of violence when you get to a third acts of a play you can begin the whole process of reaping as you're suggesting again that allows for that that third actor almost feel like a flashback to what has happened to the hero. And his missing brother when you were doing some research for this play. And you thank, you know, about a subject, and maybe you learn new things it could be somebody right about the troubles somebody writing about Israel. But when you start making sure that what you're presenting is accurate. What were some of the assumptions that you find yourself being challenged on even by your own research? Well, I think whenever you sat play in a historical or geographical context in which you on not or have been. You know, there is anonymous upon you to digest absolutely everything you can about that time in that place. And that's just part of the natural process of a platform setting play in in in SoHo in the nineteen fifties is that my first play I'm setting a plane wheelchair bound at that point to have to undergo a tremendous amount of such. It's the same with films. Film cO fag. I'm that was about the Iraq crisis, and I've written films that are set in many different media that on day one. You know? I know the first thing about is one of the most exciting bits about actually it's just a period where you're not having to be drawn on what you feel dramatically about this subject. You just soaking. It all up we're talking with jazz Butterworth about his play the Ferryman when you think about what people say about this play. You have critics who were assessing the performances play writing. And then you have critics there's notably somebody in the guardian who wrote about what it had to say about Northern Ireland. What do you take away if you engage those criticisms from how different people with different backgrounds might react to a play. Like, the Ferryman extraordinary thing about that question. Is that everybody talks about the article in the guardian? This is paid. There was this one guy. That's true. Sean o'hagan says name. Who if truth be known, which I can let it be? Now, I knew Sean twenty years ago. He doesn't like me. He's got a very specific reasons and not like me as well. So you know, I mean, I chose not to not to answer it. And by the way, heading in the opposite direction that you can look at the Irish Times, you know, who came out in support. But let's face it. I'm english. This wouldn't be a question. If I went in the idea that you must ring-fence your creativity to just the parochial place that you grew up whatever, you know, I thought you wouldn't have any Shakespeare plays. You know, he didn't go off in Venice. And he's he's not from Elsinore. You choose these subjects you put on these mosques in each of the best. I'm going to ask you about something you've been working on it seems by it's titled be a total mismatch Ford versus Ferrari. This is about race. I think in nineteen sixty six sounds like a mismatch. But I suspect in your movie, maybe it's closer than it might appear. Well, it was it was a series of races that took place over the sixties weather. The Ford might company decided when they weren't able to buy for our outright and adopt their racing program. They decided to destroy them. And so Henry Ford second just threw millions and millions are rice program. And it's a fascinating fascinating story. It's by the way, it's a very good example of an area that I chose to go into the I knew absolutely nothing about day one. This is probably where Carroll Shelby becomes part of the Ford story. Right. That's why I met with cow Shelby shortly before he died his his country club in Los Angeles at about ten o'clock in the morning, and and this man who had I think two heart transplants and a liver transplant and he was sitting there. Eighty five years old, ten o'clock in the morning, drinking tequila. Just last question when you were thinking about what you're gonna do. Sometimes it might be an assignment sometimes it might be something that you're asked to do do, you know, if you're writing a plague do, you know, if you're writing a movie at what point do you make that decision? There's never any confusion between the two I've never found myself at the beginning of a project thing hang on this should now be turned into the other form. I think I know from the gecko the only thing they really have in common is II select the idea is based on if alone and think about them do they give me goosebumps. That's the test. That's the test. And then I don't need to. Now. Any other reason about needs to any intellectual reasonable, the timing of this is good or this person would be good to work with this person is available or I'm free on fascinated by the subject, if I don't sit there and just the very bones of the idea that just fill me with us sort of tangling quivering sense that I'm entering into some territory that is vital. Then Jez Butterworth is the playwright of the.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

44:19 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Not so fast jeff greed you are no friend to our race we should've known your vile nature from the moment we heard your name no jeff evan tire stood back toback in front of the mouth of the entertainer mind what bruce springsteen little steven van zandt but for protecting the environment you may not enter the unobtainable mine is a sacred landmark for our people and you have no right to it that's a wrong i had the deed right here he pulls out the deed of course he has a deed these mother fuckers always have jeff creeds steps towards the entrance of the mine but entire put out their hands jeff greed freezes right if he will not leave your on your own volition there was only one thing left for us to do in tires tires legs turn into thick trunks there sorry and their arms turn into leafy vines that wrap around each other what are you doing there having plant six i kind of divide that they were brother and sister we are well it is pretty gross the song from free willy plays which is the totally fine tempo to make love to you if you ignore the fact that it's about a whale finds continue to circle the pair until they are fully fused as one the right of the scene wants you to know that this is not something he thinks about a lot it's just something that is wife said there was a scene in the movie were planned to have sex and this is what he thought it would be like how you're on my leaves.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"My dick environment jeff greed stops for a moment he pours gasoline onto the ground from canteen he's been carrying it could probably use that gasoline later but dammit hates the environment's so much droplets of gasoline splattered three this is definitely what people go to the movies for jeff sits on a rock stroking jannine contemplating the riches he is about to uncover we hear the voice of father time who's never seen but heavily implied to be an old black man as close to james earl jones as we can get jeff greed was mere steps away from discovering planet fern gullies last remaining deposit of unattainable and incredibly valuable substance a single nugget of unim winning knighted can power and entire city for a year but at the same time and melts every polarized cap burns a hole in the atmosphere in causes every bald eagles dicta fall off in the hands of jeff greed the unobtainable would cause certain environmental collapse days the unobtainable mind and once i've taken its contents we'll be the richest men heavyhanded metaphor garlic see as a sea levels rise i'll be safe rich in my tower made of rhinoceros horns also knew about on obtaining those just to note from josh this real that's from the movie the thing they're looking for obtaining thought that was part of the heavy handed metaphor was just then aga and tar from from a swirling vortex of light it's very impressive totally worth however much it cost to animate avatars skin shimer's cobalt and their hair hangs in earthy clumps down their backs they look like the predator with to art school of majeure the blue men.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"I'm in trouble sh is you touching your nose to signify something positive something positive we did it be then pretty chilling that's no joke we'll take that i will take i'm gonna give it to you since we're running out of time the answer is steven van zandt plays get eight plays are in a little band you might have heard a call bruce springsteen in the street silvio dante silvio dante on the sopranos forever god so i guess off you all will give that with you appoint point cow when they're so unfortunately because i could just do this all night with all the wind and everything we could do this but we are in as you can hear in the background it's packed right emma it is this people are just lining kids who says he lives in it there's no nudity in this i hope because there are children here children had okay edit i want to thank everybody for joining us today i want to of course thank marco saffron yeah i want to thank him and of course as always as always because now he's practically a regular on the show do what you're going to have how many whenever you want you g signing and making her debut tonight i'm very excited for you i can't wait to see it and thank you so much for joining us martha masters say thanks for having me wait to see that you're talking to you on the phone.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Is she yeah we'd have wrote qatar a haunt his a lot of give you chill narrate for a long time to cameron crowe again i'm again i'm totally clueless go through the back get it nancy wilson of the band heart and stick loop i we're we're coming down the end emma's up one nothing right now she's never won before i won the christmas episode okay these studio recordings of the rolling stones hits streetfighting man and jumping jack flash do not have any of what in them martha i forgot my sound i i don't know it's just a guest guitar i don't know that seemed to be more specifically remorse pacific electric guitar that your final answer yes like get this right than i have a challenge we all leave catherine's created the sound by putting down successive layers of acoustic guitar that he filtered through cheap cassette tape players oh technique he developed so that he could record in crummy motels without disturbing the other guests says nicer tell okay final final question eugene simon you are lagging behind your final chance this guy plays guitar in one of the most famous rock bands of all time and also played a mobster on one of the most famous tv series of all time who is it he played a mobster tv tv in a tv series raise guitar in a very big band we have to say is the most lettuce sopranos in front of the actors that would be sopranos touching my nose i'm touching my nose there you go james gandolfini didn't plan about.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Yeah he improvises all the lines to lead me to my neck it was like good lord i felt so safe and cared for but just in amazement at at what he can do wonderful while you have really great team we're about to see you finally get say this but before you go i know we're about twitch maybe we'd like you to try some delicious wine sounds there's other wait there's other there's one other thing we have to do we can't forget it's time to play the drinking all right we got this this is very quickly we got it we we have a drinking game at the screening rooms filling up we gotta get this long resonances a film in which the tar features prominently i'm correct right okay qatar and qatar also features prominently in this edition of the drinking game you have you'll be playing if a buzz in we always have a buzz i'ma what your buzzing martha what's your buzzer that bad all right can i take my original one you guys remember my one keeping i'm thinking that back we'll be playing for a bottle of j cuvee twenty brute i just decided we go we playing for that atom bottle of the orange swift peppy y'all all right this is what we're playing i'm laura you have to buzz in i could tar is the theme here we go question number one in what city was guitar is a two part question what city was guitar legend jimi hendrix born and in which city did he die question eugene simon was he died in boone nine oh sorry he was i think i think he was born in dublin did he die in london.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Sort of toby being a young right shed driver who is trying to make connections with passengers who find it difficult to understand how he can effectively communicate as a deaf young man it's a hard it's a hard it's it's a it's a lightly approached hard topic and that was that was what was actually the hardest one of the hardest one of the hottest bits i didn't i wasn't able to think about until we did today you'd be surprise how frightening is having to draw even a crew principal actress and the director watch this marcos was looking at this thing and it wasn't going to miss a beat he was on it like a call and he just wouldn't and the windows were covered i was thinking my god this is gonna i'm gonna i'm gonna kill everyone gonna kill everyone myself and luckily i didn't 'cause i'm an okay drive but props because this was the part i knew he was really completely gifted artists from from watching him work not just in his his wonderful work that he's done on screen but but it was watching him in these classes that i was getting to observe and having him rehearse with me but but when i was completely like john the floor was when we're doing some actual filming day or doing some scenes and i kind of i needed to do my lines a couple times and i had to have a pretend phone convert well a phone conversation with someone who's not actually talking to me and not being a pro it's not easy for me and he was so kind at one place more that would help you if i pretend to be the other person on the other line i said well probably so wild driving all of us and not crashing the car in traffic going down was that sunset boulevard.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"That in my biography now this this reservoir of courage but was spurred by curiosity and that was that when when i first went with martha i invited moth or into the class that i attend with my coach dual named joseph palman who i've worked with for some years now and i wanted to see what she thought of it i want to tell you want jack to his work and see what they do when they want to try to really digest and involve himself in an actor in the process in role in the process and she was quite an observance very lightly smiling sort of it was just it was very interesting to not watch it's very interesting to be aware even though i couldn't see behind me of what she might be experiencing and then i hoped up did my thing so for me though i've been doing it for a while this was a real learning curve because it reintroduced me to what the experience can be like a first doing this again because i've been doing this my whole life and so sometimes i what would have been if i hadn't what's the source of what would the feeling be like if i started again roy martha gave that to me it was a show it was it was a truly was a spiritual experience anyone listening if you're out yes you you spent most of the movie i've not seen it but in front because you're driving a car and the concept of maybe is that which we've not described.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"I'm being asked by dan right now but you know when i spent a lot of time in argentina it's where i was born but never lived there but i have spent time there and i became a huge fan of rosie wine on a hot summer night eating salty foods like right before a barbecue you would eat salty like pickles and been salamis and very salty meats and you have a really crisp cold rosa nothing unmask yulin about that at all and to this day i love a good rosa i love the funk that you come from because i've always been fascinated by your industry and texan boone argentinian ukrainian these are all parts of your these little told you i find it i find that fascinating fascinating really we're about to kick you off the show more interesting than we've had enough of you we before we do i do want to say congratulations to you thank you we're so excited this is like the world premiere screening right this is it we're so world premiere which by the way that when martha does come there will be a lot of talk about mock oh so he may be leaving us literally in the compensation to come he will be both of it yeah thank you dan you leave him up because when you came on the show the first time we were oversee the tail end if you try and to to raise funds stay this and we knew you do it but there's doubt so anything to say about that whole experience the experience was amazing and a massive thanks to the kickstarter community who helped us out massive thanks to all the producers and the crafts people who worked on this film to you and dan who gave us a platform to eugene to being such a great friend and collaborator and to martha masters who you guys are going to meet in about five seconds who is just a beautiful soul an incredible performer and guitarist who had never stepped foot in front of a camera in her life before and we threw her into the deep end and she prospered and couldn't be more happy we can't let you go without giving i'm going to give you this did you pour this one already is the papillon.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"So i just suddenly decided i could've put away so i put on about forty pounds same red red wine go either as eight and as i was easing loads of food i start to try red wine and it was like this is great this has to come into my life more an abstract is not going to be a big part of it and dan would you say and you might not know down so forgive me but i will but d i find that men lodge prefer redwine overall like they'll drink white wine is mainly women that tend to go towards white line that might because they don't understand that i can you pose by google okay no i'm kidding the answer is yes i think red wine on on a whole is more more people drink red wine now in terms of do women prefer white wine over i guess i yeah i i think women drink white wine more than men do most guys i know prefer red wine yeah no i think that's i think it's a false perception i read somewhere that if you were blindfolded and you drink a red and a white at the same temperature you're not going to be able to tell the difference if you drink seems like we know we have a game for the next time there all right is called coal it's a warm wine episode conway you can't tell them totally tell the difference i mean maybe you can because you're famous alcohol but other people might haul expert sorry alcohol expert i'm being.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Okay question for you you gene yes maps more wine speak i'm going to tell me the old man small lines genuine wine question if you're a you're a red guy a white guy you drink by equally oil note a white going i can't do one so it just it just never just come doug fund to be my taste but i love red ones i actually got back into my red wines about three years ago and i started to start by going try this again you're an adult man you go to actually get into wine you know civilized drink voted komo's i now have found that the area if there's a specific there's there's another city brand country and a type of red wine i love i love argentine wines argentinian it's something about the they've got this lovely combination of red wines that they mixed with their meets lovely argentina and chile is the same but argentinian pinot noirs those would be a red wine that i do you know beck yeah well malbak would normally be it but i liked from south africa south africa and all why don't you think argentiere my two favorites and we eating when you sort of develop that red wine love was it like oh you know actually funny you say that i had just started to put on about twenty kilos i pencil thin and fifty five keita's which is about one hundred twenty three that's like i'm an american kilo seven hundred and fifty pounds or something.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"He'll his every frame speaking of feeling is essence also with us star the film he needs no introduction because you all know him from his previous appearance on drinking fun time you gene simon yes thanks for anyone he didn't listen to the episode that eugene were previously we can also remind them that eugene all seeing game of thrones always excite i can give it away that anybody who listened to the first episode that we were on probably unsubscribe from your podcast terrible i apologize i apologize just a series of spoilers no such spoilers will be incorporated into this coast we had very very poke spoiler free just picks episodes willy nilly so i see other pay episode roulette do that one season five nine let's go with that two guys before we jump in and start talking about residents i wanna give you some wine because that's what we're doing here we go a little red wine this was called abstract it's sort of like would you say your filmmaking styles kind of abstract i would not i would say that i it was testing you but thank you this wine is cooled abstract all the abstract is cooled upstream it is a blend of grenache rob petite surat i'm very drink a lot of wine my memories are apps there can you describe what that looks like this i'm looking at this this beautiful bottle the label the labels around the buttle it look it looks like it looks like it's a colour posters of celebrities everything from mckenzie elvis presley i can see how much she the queen i can see i can see john wayne i can see i can see a couple of i feel like some some mugshots of a couple of maybe a coup maybe a couple of cartel criminals i can see some fretting ashamed sir edmund hillary so edmund hillary.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Oh man opposite issues we go all right i want you to tell me i want you to tell me what you're getting this wine five words or less five words or less that's me tastes i say it's very light tastes them acid in that in a very very pleasant fashion say acidity i let me just go back would you spend thirty five dollars on this i would yeah i call a pin a flower fruit to it i think peaches and pears getting little peaches and pears take typical of seven block each impairs is ari moscow guess if the drinking it tastes not here yet he's not he's not really here he's in the green room moving along from this one we got because we do have the guys are waiting street in here just to say before we do blank staff the front cover of life magazine is delicious it's the two thousand sixteen from russian valley name i love it i like you know what i'm thinking here i just have a big grand idea how about before we taste the next one we jump into this next one we bring on we bring on one on one guy one guy right this one the other one is worse deep come on we'll bring them both on with us right now the director star residents soon to be your all time favorite short film director marco saffron yeah well starred in it as well i'm just the director.

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"eugene simon" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"eugene simon" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Imagine if that was how people were referred to in america christina of ohio so lame of spots all vania the scholtz room of bothell they already cool though with spots of and sounds like transylvania that's probably why it sound school even today there is allegedly one section of the ceiling that looks different from the rest and it has been featured on the irish tv show ghost hunters in the american tv show ghosted ventures it has been the subject of a documentary called the legend of loftus hall and it is currently knock currently has recently been the shooting location for a film called the lodgers starring eugene simon from the game with arms wool per usual it is not open to the public and they do guided tours rican hear all about the spooky laden's and in two thousand fourteen there is actually a viral photo of a guy in his twenties his name was thomas beavis as in beavis and butthead up the up stole the roads right on my mouth he took a picture while he was there in swears that he saw a woman in the window in a win viral because a lot of people can't tell if it's legitimate or not was so but they think it's probably end because apparently she's wearing different clothes and all that in the photo yeah they i it almost like it's to real it so real looks fake so like if it were real it's very real but if it were fake but it looks like an by giving were fake he'd be like oh we obviously does fake but if it were real it's very falconry all like it looks like just another person standing there is this.

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