18 Burst results for "Gainsbourg"
Inside Frick Madison in New York
"Now on the eighteenth of march. The frick collection will launch frick madison. It's temporary new home on madison avenue in new york until now the collection of our master paintings and sculptures and decorative arts as in the gilded age mansion on central park bequeath to the public. By the industrialist henry clay frick when he died in one thousand nine hundred nineteen and it's more than doubled in size since then mentioned is now closed for renovation and expansion to accommodate collection and special exhibitions so the collection has moved a few blocks but in tune entirely different. Textual realm freak. Madison is housed in the bath. House architect muscle broilers brutalism masterpiece originally built for the whitney museum of american art in nineteen sixty six recently. The home of the met bria so had to bellini and titian van. Dyke rembrandt mir fragonard gainsbourg. Look in these alien surroundings. I spoke to the deputy director and chief curator xavier salomon. Who's overseeing the concept and installation to find out xavier. I wonder if you could cast your mind back to moment the e. I knew you were going to get the boy a building. Full the frick collection. Tell us what he felt at that moment. It was a combination of relief and absolute terror. I think You know relief because you know the plan was to really put the entire collection in storage be closed for a couple of years while we were renovating the building at the frick and then reopened so the idea that we had a place where we could display. The arts was a huge sense of relief and we had talked to a number of museums about getting a few rooms or a floor. And so did they have having an entire building. We could move. The offices and the entire election was absolutely exciting but terrifying. Because you know. Imagine moving the wallace collection to barbican. Oh the jack ready to this on pompidou. I mean it's just the idea of taking something out of its natural context. Let's say as we as we see it and bring it into something that's totally alien so as soon as we made that decision. That was a lot of thinking and a lot of backwards info about what to do with the building. Did you try out in your mind and on paper all sorts of different alternatives in other words. That wasn't a just a preconceived idea. We're going to do it in the way that you've ended up doing it now. Absolutely and the first phase was a lot of thinking a lot of backwards and forwards on various ideas. You know you have a blank canvas and the bank canvas is exciting but at the same time it's also terrifying because you have so many ways you could go and i still think there are other solutions. We could've used. I mean what we did is by no means the only the only option And i'm sure you know people will like it. People will criticize it. People will think it could have been done a different way but out of all the choices together with my team we filled. This was the most logical one for us and the one we wanted to pursue the one. We thought was most interesting but we definitely did play with all sorts of options on at the beginning. We didn't really exclude anything. I mean we started with even the idea of recreating the rooms in a building. The broil yet so just sort of replicating the rooms of the spirit of the rooms and then of course. We went in the opposite direction. And that's sort of why we got to
"gainsbourg" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"Nine in starting the I felt like dancing I like to. Call. Home. Neurons snoopy and good to see you again. Do you know that weird comic? Book? I don't know that it's really weird Dow. The Queen of Chinatown is also a fun one to. Just, as you Golo and everywhere I go. But. That's actually that was Marlene Dietrich with David Bowie Fan. I think Amanda Lyric public that she she She's very Marlene Dietrich, which is the thing that French people can do. They can do that kind of like that. Brigitte Bardot and Serge Gainsbourg they can kind of like half talk. And it's just such a gorgeous language that you don't even have to try colleague Brazilian. Portuguese McKay. She. For You Know more. You don't have to really work like English if you ever got to. Really. Hard because it's not. You gotTA bring. Out those. Terrible Fake Portuguese I could've saying something real Portuguese but that wouldn't have been as much fun. You're so good at making love to the music though. Let's hear poor Marie. Marie Antoinette yeah, it's a little song for everyone's French I was watching that Sofia Coppola film marie-antoinette Vir- sign nine Oh, two one. Oh, my friend calls it and I thought after that. That's such a bummer about your be heading. Sad. So I thought after that anything's fair game with everyone's.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"This one scene, I'm thinking of with a couple of guys and they're in the foreground the big guys, and they've got big old erections that are sort of being around and your sound the bed behind. Yes. And they really wreck shins. Oh, yeah. Okay. Oh, yeah. Isn't that a strange thing to be in a room? Isn't there sit about misfield that is charged by real erections? It was very weird. But weird and funny, I have to say and that scene for me is very, very comical. So the thing that was with was that I was placed on close the bed. And with those two guys who are actors the porn actors to, but they were not just body doubles. They were the actual actors so we started the scene. And once it was getting pornographic, then I, I was stepping out and a woman came into to do the body double. But then it was just. They were gain to put my face, you know, it was a post production to see g. And I can see it when I see the when I saw the scene. It's, it's very funny because I don't I don't move in the right way. Say. Enemy of children's book now. That's not my bottom. Anti christ. I was shot because I saw when I saw the film, I, I didn't have that body. I mean down there and I and I thought I should have said something and so on nymphet maniac. They, they asked me to, to gre- on the, on the body that was to be me and it's true that. The John is very different. Hope cena. Absolutely very character. Wait continue. Hey, welcome back pod cats that was Charlotte gains book talking to me there. And I have posted in the description of this podcast, a few links to bits and pieces a music video for track from rest. I think it's the title track even. And a interview on a video podcast. I it was quite good, call soul sisters plus links to some of the surge gains book music. We mentioned including Eastwell, the melody Nelson, which is really a terrific album anyway, the so much to explore in the world of the gains Boggs, so many intriguing an odd aspects to Charlotte story over the years. And obviously her dad is quite I mean, you could spend a longtime going down, Serge Gainsbourg rabbit hall on YouTube, but anyway, I'm going to keep it relatively short this week ought to get home trying to bit more writing, but I did want to mention that this Sunday, the nineteenth on BBC, two nine thirty is the first episode of what we do in the shadows, the TV version of the excellent film. Written and directed by takeaway TT, and Jemaine Clement, and I think those two are still involved with the TV show, but of course, one of the stars of the TV version is friend of the podcast. Well, two friends, the podcast, Matt berry and tash, Dmitri, two-time, cloud, cost, guest and one of the funniest people around at the moment. K van Novak is also in the show, and he's also brilliant. But anyway, I'm looking forward to seeing that this Sunday, nine thirty on BBC to what we do in the shadows. But that's it for this week Rosie dog iris. Come stop gambling. Let's head back. Come on going. I'm running running rose all he comes. Good flypast from the heavy bullet. Thanks very much indeed, to shame Murphy Mitchell for his invaluable production support on this episode. Thanks to Matt Lamont for gifting us. His edit was bought skills. Thanks.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"I was never uncomfortable. He was never. He was always I mean I love this game. And it is a game. And I agree to play this game from the start. So maybe I have a sort of a mass kissed dick mind, I'm sure but positive me was released thrilled by the fact that I was his puppet, you know that he was pulling me in that direction. And then in this direction, even doing takes off to takes what's incredible with him is that you, you just explore a scene in every possible way. And then you don't know what will end up in the film, he decides. And for Andy Christ's I go, I won the prize in can. But I thought it was really his work because I was just an instrument who went all over the place and trusted him for sure. But he made character he he made what I got that award for trusted the this was a game any weirdness from him. Him was just a way of doing things and not something that was going to diminish you as, as a person as an actor, asked me to trust him on that he said, because I, I said, parts of my body. I don't want you to see and, and he said, really trust me. I will not make you be embarrassed by cell for. But it was very specific on anti Christ. He needed me to agree that I would have a body double for this that, that on this in this angle. This is how I would look, would I agree to that. Once I agreed. It was you know, we knew what we had to do. I mean I there is a perversion in that game, but it's more of a moral perversion that I enjoy you never got a sense like when you came off set and went back to your room, you never sort of got the children thought. No, no, no. I shouldn't have done that. And that was I felt. I felt once I set, but he asked me, he said, would you that was on T Christ? He said, would you agree to, to be on camera with a porn actor that was going to be the body double of Willem? And he was having an erection and I was to be in that shot not doing not touching him not doing anything but in that same shot. And I said, no. Of course, I took care. And I went there and then it being with the camera crew. And, and this point act two's, was very sweet. But suddenly, I was in a different film. And I step tash nice said, no. In fact, I can't you know, that's my limits. So how did that work in? Nymph a- mania was was all the suit of pornographic close ups either doubles or prosthetics. Yes. I had, it was quite comical, because the, the were prosthetics everywhere in the. Segio fake vaginas and relieve China's in a bad state will mine. It was quite disgusting. But. But have guys. Six in the morning. Putting strapping you up with that fake thing. It was what comical? And so we had fun amount film..
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"He couldn't he couldn't have even begun to understand why it was made because he would think what is the point of these boundaries that we have as, as people as a society these two booze? They're in place for a reason and what is the point of shoving away at those boundaries. Because that'll just become the Norman. Then people have to keep shoving away the boundaries. And then we're going to be. Citing beam, but yeah, yeah, what's your what would you say? I love art in that sense because. It's important that artists explored lose I find it very useful also understand them to understand the boundaries. If it's you must be disrespectful for me, you have to be disrespectful of surgeon boundaries to, to be able to understand what respect is about. You know. Tonight. I'm very clear. But I think I know. Yeah, but it's, it's important to understand the limit between Artan real life, of course, and not to doubt any kind of exploration in not to, to bring that back to real life. No. Of course, you have to boundaries in that sense. Right. Yeah. It provides a safe space for you to explore these ideas, and it shouldn't have a direct impact on the way you behave in real life or whatever. Yeah. Then it's it's hard to know. How does have an EMMY? Yeah, it's hard to know how people will absorb any piece of is in and. Be so inspired that they could relate to that. And, and produce something terrible in real life course. But anyway, about taboos I think it's you have to talk about things for sure. Talk, not, not act. And from a practical point of view melancholia, that, I mean, that is that is a strange film, to actually make a film about the end of the world that so unflinching like that, about the sort of banalities of what it would be like if everyone knew the world was going to in a few weeks. What would it really be like what kind of conversations? Would you actually have a hard watch for me? I must say because I'm very literal minded. You know what I mean? If I'm watching something, I'll just be, I'll be upset by it for I- intellectualize it. Yeah. And did you find yourself getting depressed by I was very not depressed? But I was in a very bad state during that shoot because I started the film thinking soft done anti Christ. I know loss I thought I knew what to expect. And then he completely surprised me because we stop. Started with the wedding scenes with a lot of people much bigger crew than on antichrist's where we were in that little cabin just five five of us. So Sunday, it was a big crew a lot of your home. A lot of extras are not actors and the focus was on Kistin, not on me. I was I realized how privileged I had been on anti Christ because he was just there for me. I mean for William too, but it was very focused on me. So that made me very unbalanced at, at first and then gradually my self-confidence went from ten to zero. I thought that he wanted to find me. I thought that he was so unhappy with what I was doing the Sunday, I would get a cool from the produce. Oh, so I went to see one of the police and said is he so? Unhappy with what I'm doing. And she said, no no, not at all. And then she said, but go go and see him. So I went to see him and, and he said, no, no, don't don't worry. But still, I was very, very unsecure. And at the end of the shoot I went to see the producer that I had talked to. And, and she said, I I'm really sorry. I couldn't really ratio you because Las didn't want me to he wanted to. So I understood that he wanted me to be exactly where I was in that very uncomfortable place. And it served the film. I guess. And you're okay with that sort of thing, obviously, their stories about Las three or, and Bjork now that have surfaced from your point of view. She claims that she was uncomfortable with the way he behaved..
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Directors. People I was fascinated by it. Did put the ball very high who are the ones that spring to mind last year is really someone that I he's the only one I did three films with. We'll yvonne. Also, my I could say husband, but when we're not married, but we've, we've done more than three films now. But that's a bit different with laws. It's each film was completely new, even if the way of working was similar, he put me in different places where I was not expecting to go. And so the surprise was always so exciting and it's real work. It's not just just letting go and no. It's it feels like real work. We were fan of his stuff before you worked with him. Yeah films. And I was I loved. On the idiots. I love that film. I love the Ville, so yes, I did love his work, but I didn't know what to expect. When I met him I. He was weird and and I mean where he was just original. He didn't seem that interested. So I didn't mean what he was looking for. And I remember stepping out of this first interview and cooling, my mother and saying, I didn't think you'll work out. He just asked me if I had had a depression if I had a panic attacks and I felt so normal that, Nope. So I didn't feel that I was with enough for him. But in the end he called me back in said. I love you to the firm. So it was first step. So that was to do the anti Christ. Yeah. The anti Christ anti Christ. Yeah. It's not about the anti Christ. No, no. It's a strange mash, up of generous that film. It's, it's almost a heart. I mean, it is kind of a horror film, this extreme gore. But this, this these psychological elements which are very strong as well. Yes for me it was the whole experience. I know that people off of NAS me if it was hard, the physical part, if that was hard to be naked and the sex scenes, and that wasn't really hard compared to the emotional struggle in the that was needed and other things of the loss of the child. And when your child's funeral you know, and it's the sort of unimaginable pain that was quite hard. So all the other stuff was fun and the screaming in the forest and all that, when I think about it, now, it was so exciting to be able to in the same day to scream wildly and then have a sex scene, and then an emotional sees. It was it was a lot of fun. And then when that shoot end is and I was back to normal felt so weird not would scream anymore and just be quiet again. So films, quite useful me. How is Willem Dafoe? He's a he's a hero. So generous, and I remember this shoot. It was a very weird. We wish us any Inuit place. It was a golf course, hotel on a golf course. Completely bleak in awful now way from Cologne in Germany. So it was a bit tough and William and his wife were just below me in that hotel place. Well, there was no reception or anything. It was so isolated, but they would cook in the evening, and it was such a relief to be able to have a lovely meal with him and his wife. It was great. And he introduced me to yoga also Hugh. Hugh. So intensely was wonderful. And then we're you prepared for the response when it came out. Did you imagine that people would be shocked and I thought that it would be much more difficult than what it was in cans, and especially because I thought I had never been to can with. Scandalous, film or something a little provocative, like this, this film. And I knew that last was sort of that kind of a figure so I was expecting booze. And to be. Have quite violent. Explanations. And, and that wasn't the case, people were very respectful. I didn't hear any, I didn't know anything NAS TV which would mean that it was a deception, but, but it was much easier than what I thought, okay..
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Which were pulling. But I don't know if it's provocation or if it's heavier than that, I didn't know. But anyway, I don't feel that I shouldn't listen to him anymore because of that. And I, I love his works so much and I feel that he's still so original and so new that it's no, I don't want to condemn him just because I didn't because he's saying. Well, horrible stuff. Yes. But I don't know enough also to really have a real. And I've had a real passionate. Yeah. Conviction, but. I was shocked. Did the, the cover of vogue recently French folk with my mother and my little sister? And I wanted to use a picture of, of Matt Dillon taken by Terry richton. And I couldn't it was an old picture from the, the ATS and I couldn't because he's band, Terry Richardson was he being doing awful stuff, maybe. But I mean he's not this new judgment. I don't I didn't think he's, he's gone through a trial or anything like that, just with the social media. He's. He should be banned, and we shouldn't use any pictures of him all other artists. He's not the only one but I find it very hard to just erase someone. So I don't know. Maybe he has done terrible stuff, but I still believe in Justice and trials and, you know, real things for me to have just the social media's not, not enough. So from your perspective. Your father was someone who could easily be portrayed monstrous in all sorts of what would have been condemned. Straightaway. Yeah. And so, what of his music, then people would have not listened to him? He would have been banned from radios, and I know it's, it's, it's, it's tricky, because I don't want to of course, for the victims. I don't want to minimize that, but it's just before you get to that judgment. It's too quick. With just doing things in a haste strangest. Well, that clearly there's some sort of cutoff point because there's all sorts of historical figures that we're not wringing our hands over who did terrible things in the museums. We should take half of the art out. Yeah. They do that with political figures, I guess, they take down statues and things like that. But we don't they're slower I suppose, but, you know, even people like I mean, the market, Assad, we could probably imagine that he had at least some problems, then Cillian with his anti semitic visions, and he was pulling. But that doesn't mean that he's less Virginius. And I, I really don't believe in burning books, and but it's, it's a tricky. Subject is do you your mother? Yeah. You have three children. Yes, I have three children. Mine. I have a daughter who's ten and two boys fourteen and sixteen years, a little older. My boy is twenty one and I have a sixteen year old girl and a seven-year-old girl. Yeah. So how do you enjoy being a parent? These isn't it. Nobil also, there's such big gaps between the three that it's really like having three different generations, but for me, it's my whole life. I changed when my boy was born I, I went from someone who's quite morbid I had lost my father when I was nineteen I was very dark and evil. My, the father of my children, said that I changed it was a real turning point. Thank god. So yes, it made me who I am today, but I've never sacrificed any job in order to be at home. I've always managed to take my children with me. So I feel very privileged have been able to do that. But at the same time, it means now that I'm hearing I'm leaving everyone back home for. Period of time. And it's, it's not that obvious for them. Can be tricky, and does the experience of being a parent, make you think of your parents differently. Yes, because especially with the I mean with every aspect of life, but regarding my work when I'm in is that they let me stopped. I thought it when I was twelve so my father made me sing with him. But that same year my mother thought that it would be a good idea. If I had my own world in a sense, going to, to cinema and to have my own projects. And so she suggested.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Making those six sex sounds, and it was sort of passed around like contraband. We heard listen to this, this is real. He's not really copy that. I think he was so. Proud that it was going around in the black monk. And banished by the pope. Yeah, that's right. What did the pope say about it? He just said, oh, I don't know. I just know vanish. He wasn't playing discos. What's it? Stuffy listening to at the moment. A lot of Kanye, west dot I'm still into e Yang there. I love it. Does the real life personality of an artist ever get in the way of your appreciation of their work? That's the question these days is everyone's like, oh, I don't know what to think about this. Was fine with it for years. And suddenly. I'm not in the social media. So I, I didn't fit supposedly point. But I just that's the way it is. So I'm not aware of everything and notice quickly as everyone else. So of course, I've heard declarations that kinda west did, which were pulling. But I don't know if it's provocation or if it's heavier than that, I didn't know. But anyway, I don't feel that I shouldn't listen to him anymore because of that. And I, I love his works so much and I feel that he's.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"Very harsh punishment, although Charlotte bits, by no means Cape unscathed during its premiere in can there were several walkouts, and at least four fainting 's in twenty eleven's Mellon, cola Charlotte and Kirsten Dunst, play, two sisters, one of whom is preparing to marry just before a rogue planet collides with earth, and in nymphomaniac released in twenty thirteen Charlotte plays a woman experiencing a sexual awakening and the film features. Several extremely explicit scenes some of which feature Shiloh birth closely scrutinizing Charlotte's Netherlands, but Charlotte has never shied away from work that some people find shocking as you might expect given that she is the daughter of English, actor Jane Birkin, and Serge Gainsbourg, one of the most celebrated yet controversial figures in French popular music, and indeed, in good popular music. That's just a joke. French music is good among Serge Gainsbourg's, many influential recordings is nineteen seventy one's Eastwell melody Nelson, which has left a clear imprint on the work of artists like David Holmes, and Jarvis cocker as well as the French band air and indeed Beck in the early eighteen when Charlotte was just nine her parents, turbulent relationship ended and her father spent his lost decade behaving in ways that left many shocked and scandalised, especially by numerous drunken TV appearances in which he seemed to delight in saying, whatever would cause the most outrage, but outrage and provocation, albeit underpinned by jokes and wordplay. That was lost on non-french speakers was always one aspect of Serge Gainsbourg's work. I talked to Charlotte about nineteen sixty nine's Tam one on plu originally written for. Gainsbourg's girlfriend, Brigitte Bardot, though, the final release, which features, explicit lyrics, and simulated sounds of female orgasm was a duet between Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin before their relationship started. Inertness Charlotte made her own musical debut on another controversial duet with her father in nineteen Eighty-four on the track. Lemon says a song that she still includes in her set, though, the songs lyrics originally, led some people to suspect the close relationship between Charlotte, and her unconventional father was inappropriate, or even abusive, though, Charlotte has repeatedly stated that was never remotely, the case, an album of songs, featuring Charlotte, and Serge entitled Charlotte forever was released in nineteen Eighty-six just five years before her father died of a heart attack. But I started my conversation with Charlotte by talking about the hotel where she was staying..
"gainsbourg" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast
"How do we struggled balance between brain Li y and draining kids college front? Luckily, full of ex cons is already running the experiment. Forrest. Australian the government completely legalize sports betting back in the eye. So I said Dan with gambling addiction expert, Dr Sally Gainsbourg to hear all these handled it, and of course, as a good strike Eben. She likes to getting on the hate you get sometimes what do you like what what are you going to my family history of shape really are like the blackjack people around me on playing cards, probably angry. Yeah. That's one of the problem gambling, your nor me. Gambling addictive gambling is based on a random reinforcement schedule. Which means you never know when you go into that's the excitement the thrill the risk that Chinese gambling's legal across the country strikes lose more money than anyone in the world. And in extreme cases, people lose sidings harms, and it can even lead to suicide watch the government doing to deter gambling addiction. I say a little tiny cod. That says do you have issues with gambling? This isn't a big deterrent. Shouldn't they pitcher some kid going hungry or something that I have to look at the whole time? This fake I buy into early work. Maybe like a noose on the roof. That law was every time you lose one hundred bucks. Pretty severe. Problems. What do you foresee happening Joe America for this? Am is going to be absolutely dated with advertising. America's future just looked to strive sports betting company..
"gainsbourg" Discussed on KPCC
"Mean for the music industry? Also, Charlotte Gainsbourg is on tour with a batch of new songs and some old ones, including a controversial duet. She originally recorded with her dad. She made me thing as a fifteen year olds, and I can't say those words again and the only sons the shouli. I still love the doers, and the thing is when I sing them, I can hear him all that coming up on the frame. From ABC news I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at seven oh. One federal officials say they've reunited more than fourteen hundred migrant children. With their parents now it's short of. What a federal court had ordered by today host families were separated at the border under the. Trump administration strict enforcement policies federal judge in San Diego had ordered. Officials to return about twenty five hundred children to their parents among those. Still separated a more than four hundred? Thirty, children whose parents are no longer in the country government officials said in a conference, call today that these. Parents had been deported the American. Civil Liberties union is suing to reunify all the, families there's a court hearing set for tomorrow a state parks official says. Employees work through the night. To save historic artifacts from Shasta county gold, rush era museum threatened by the twenty thousand acre car fire Acting district superintendent mad says he. Helped clear out keepsakes early today from the old courthouse in Shasta state historic. Park at car fire ten percent contained and one more note governor. Jerry Brown has declared a state of..
"gainsbourg" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"gainsbourg" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"So it is a thing where it's like there's this crime writer and he's crime writer oh he writes the darkest of crimes and he's a piece of shit and there's a sex club so it starts out with a lot of actually creepy naked people and it's like okay so we're going to like skirt the torture porn thing with these scenes but never actually see anything to horrible happen it's just everybody's naked all the ladies are naked and being degraded and i'm like i don't have a lot of time for that to move even though it's relevant to the plot yeah this movie just misses on every single level to him it's it's hard to explain jim carey's terrible because jim carey's a terrible actor i hope he got twenty million toners i can't thinking does he still command twenty million dollars how much did he get for this movie it's he's really trying to do the understated like dour kind of acting thing but it just comes off as somebody who doesn't really know what they're doing or what kind of movie there in charlotte gainsbourg is in this and cheese also in the snowman which also lends credibility to my unofficial sequel and this movie wants you to go it's not right to say chairs dna with no country for all men but it's at the end it kind of does this like okay spoiler alert by the way sort of it does this like oh please don't spoil them.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on Movie Crush
"And what was that process like well he was super nice like like like a brother he met us us just like you need a fan different disaster and and he just he loved the way the song turned out yeah and it was the first second day of shooting and i guess the first day they had a pretty major disaster richard gere was on a horse and the horse took off through the woods with him on it oh no kills me mature gears on a skilled well you know it's not always i mean i think he is a pretty good writer but sometimes a horse coaches they have their own ideas sometimes and so he was a little shaken by that but it was a really really cool scene yeah and an amazing project to be a part of yeah working with jim james of course was great and just i mean we worked on a lot of songs for the movie that didn't get in the movie you know willie nelson search gains were charlotte gainsbourg yeah just and they they weren't all you know in the same room with us a lot of times we're doing transferring files but still you know to to lay down a basic track and and here trying to think of his name from the in the birds roger mcguigan the am roger win yeah singing over attract that we it's pretty cool yeah well you guys are known i think for collaborating on your records in on other people's records and i guess once you sort of get that reputation that's that's cool thing you know the phone probably brings a lot i imagine you know it's interesting it's kind of they always kind of work out you know it's not like a ton of calls which i don't think we could handle because we're on the road a lot.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on DirtCast
"But i mean that is when i try to think of women who fit that role there's much smaller and i'm not yeah i yeah i don't want the women to be interesting now now in real life or a screen i mean i guess like charlotte gainsbourg is pretty interesting looking well i think there are totally different standards in of like injure a a yeah and i just feel like um who's one of my favorites rossi diploma you know she's an although on a motive of movie oyo she has like a very distinct knows and like a just like an obligation face and just chewed never work in hollywood but she's amazing and her faces amazing intriguing to look at but it's like of course she's a star in spain you know it's interesting to in that i love faces that you can like discovered new things and i think cate blanchett kind of has that where it's like the longer you look at her the more the more you find yeah but for the most part that is not i mean like hollywood so riskaverse that they're they're not gonna chew some one because they hope people will like wanna to look at them for a long time yeah and i guess just since the beginning they've been selling a kind of like american dream of perfection and sunshine and like california beauty that you know italian cinema his doesn't have the same kind of history of or british or french she knows i oh it's like a newer country where literally you know the glossier and the more fake it is the better and right um and of course there are there's some plastic surgery that is not elective levin there even in hollywood even in hollywood and margaret had a really what sounds like a horrible.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Director is basically i don't know if you've read what he said about the movie he here he's already disowned it they didn't finish filming a script he said that he he acknowledges that he made a terrible murphy yeah i'll be with the opening weekend too he said he's saying that you know it's not like he's waiting a few months and go all yeah that was bad it open friday he's came out on friday and said yeah i let you know what i made a terrible movie it is it's a it's it is a pretty terrible movie yes but there are there are things about it that i find kinda fascinating and you brought up the chloe seventy thing i don't even know where what does that mean there's a lot of weird stuff in this will never brought up again either yeah and there's a lot of weird stuff in the movie the you know like michael suspenders character harry hole by the way now he was his girlfriend was charlotte gainsbourg um maybe and it's not there kid it's not his son now what the hell is they maintain a mentor relationship ramping that didn't i mean less and and the new guy in her life this mataya guy um i don't understand that hey here's of prescription i was like you know what i mean what what is happening here in a spender does it do really anything in this movie with your introduced to this character is sleeping in a playground after drinking a bottle of vodka in the middle of the winter that's how you were to deuce to this guy the core any doesn't get deeper than that this is the that's what he is he's the guy he said and he's drunk that's it and there's nothing more to this character and he's got like kind of a girlfriend and there's a weird seen late in the movie where he's laying on the floor and she comes over and does something and i don't and then and.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Oh yeah yeah my thing was with the big conference with the villain our hero breaks it down to him this is why you do this and in instead of like like yeah man you could just got therapy to solve all of that is really hung yeah i guess you right why should kill you any way though easier to kill people there because money here in the above i don't think i have a picture of her when we see a picture of her but are looking for gains bore charlotte gainsbourg gainsborough gains earning gainsborough gsa daughter slow serge gainsbourg jing gainsborough who is that he famous musician because i know i've seen their ramos famous french musician i'm of a picture of her but she is the exgirlfriend of michael fencemending and even before you know anything about anything dick x's ex girlfriend exboyfriend and washed charlotte gainsborough's waiting on her boyfriend the show up she's all hold up i'm talking about armor oil nair michael it's all of all her armpit in this thing and her boyfriend's okay we'll just let me know michael as you delivered lows here's this very beautiful day and it to be like what up laptop itch aisle care for years magnesium but now he'll question anything we should lead us move they should make you wonder i'll tell you like it the the movie here's a fucking disaster to man i will tell you this much it it the reason why i don't like this movie in a really hated it is one it is probably the worst movie i've seen this year it is the worst because i would expect.
"gainsbourg" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark
"Turns out these pulse sequences are as deliberate as any sequence in a piece of music at all the visa rush lee or basically rittner new law compose but written in software but solely which helps explain why don't just hear noise people like rick are writing the pulse sequences that create the sounds i hear when the ameri taking pictures of my brain spine that it reminds me a little bit of you know civilian were his work product music and like the line use when people without these analogue sequencers and it's sort of seems like a bit of a throwback to that in the fact that the sound a patterns are similar to what the you know some early electrolytic music maybe isn't isn't totally a coincidence the still for some people it's all just a bunch of clanging banging irritating noise i mean occasionally somebody will say descended like i had a garbage can on my head and somebody was walking away with a hammer and being a physicist are like no no it's got this structure in its it's not just random sell it isn't random the sounds i deliberately written sequences not unlike deliberately written music no wonder then that time spent in the mri can translate into time in the recording studio in two thousand nine charlotte gainsbourg made an entire album inspired by her experiences inside of an mri machines she even called her album i r m which is french for mri leads.