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"greta garbo" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

06:14 min | 6 months ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Kickass News

"Well no I you know it's interesting Meryl Streep said this and I've quoted it because it's really smart because she's actually one of the smartest people I've met not not just period. She's she's just so smart but she said them she said that The one of the reasons that there were so many great characters for women at that time. mm-hmm was that There is no real danger that she's going to take his job so if she's not going to take his job she can. She can be as outrageous and say whatever she wants because we're not worried that she's got any of that money away and as soon as it becomes an issue shoe later than female characters change And I was like. Why are you that smart? I know it is it is it's great and and I and I think it it gets something very true and there's this great monologue in the film by Amy March which she talks about kind of the tough choices and sacrifices that women have to make and read that that was directly inspired by your conversation with Merrill. Just another thing I still from. Yes no no this. A scene where Amy March describes really the stakes of marriage for her that that that would came directly out of a conversation precision with Merrill who who said this is what you have to make the audience understand and And also for me because of the character of amy who I loved it gave amy context that she didn't have before and I think amy has been a a misunderstood understood character and I felt that in some ways I wanted her to get some real estate as an adult woman to explain. Why why she thinks Sushi things before we go? I have to also say congratulations. To your Hubby Noah Baumbach. He's nominated for best original screenplay. Replay for marriage story also in contention for best picture. What's it like having competing films vying for best? Pictures are a little bit of friendly competition. honestly. There's just so much kind of amazed joy. At home I'd say It was a surreal moment when we both Looks at our phones yesterday morning. we can mutually had a moment of legs tend to face the music eh but then but then it was just I mean it was extraordinary. We were just totally ecstatic. And honestly what am I. Don't even know how to express how amazing it is because it is you know I. He made an amazing movie and The his movie and my movie or both being recognized by our peers. In this ways. Amazing I eh. You like. This is just like adjectives. Like big good adjectives. It's it is. It is something something might be bring to Oscars is home this year. Maybe stuff well again Greg R. O.. Greta Garbo I know you said Credit Card Greg did that because my wife said I thought she said Greta Garbo this morning when I said I was interviewing Greta Gerwig and then and she says to me WHO's credit card which happens a lot because I love old movies and she's about ten years younger than me. Yeah she's Nice. She says so if you said I want to be alone. She wouldn't be like yeah she would say why. Am I speaking that way. Medico Greta Garbo John unbear- More in grand total totally comic pairing I mean and one of my favorite line exchanges is she says says he's. He's in her room. She doesn't she's she he's a broken in and she said who are you and he says I'm just a man standing in your room. Invest Line reading I know John Not John Barren Barren would actually that in the women I think was the first experiment with with an ensemble cast because prior to that the studio exact said why would I waste two or three stars and movie stretching across threes interesting. I didn't I know that. Yeah well seriously the women would pay to see that ten times over if you did it. Well listen I mean maybe got my wheels turning I I get it I gotta figure I gotTa write the next one right well once again. Greta Gerwig wonderful film is little women and is now out in theaters. Greta congrats again and thanks for talking with me. Thank you so much thanks again to the delightful Greta Gerwig for coming coming on the PODCAST. Don't miss her film little women now out in theaters check your local listings for showtime's or visit little women dot moving. Today's episode is brought to you by Krona's broncos provides HR solutions for the modern workforce in the people who support motivated. Engage them. They I put. HR payroll talented timekeeping on a single cloud based platform learn more about Cronos. HR payroll talented time at CRONOS DOT dot com slash HR swagger. That's CRONOS DOT com slash. Hr Swagger if you enjoyed. Today's podcast cast be sure to subscribe to us on Apple podcasts and rate and review us while you're there five star ratings in detailed reviews are one of the best ways for new listeners to discover the show you can also follow us on facebook or on twitter at at kick ASS news pod in recommend us to your friends on your social media. 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"greta garbo" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Or maybe they're all improv maybe Kennedy's can't help. That's I like that option. I hope it's like that. Whatever the case, I love this matrix while because it does manage to encapsulate, all three of those phases that I talked about in one single word. You've got the comedy. It's very funny. You've got the action context around it. And there's all of these philosophical implications that we dug into when we did our matrix review earlier in this year. Looking back at it all those ideas, all those thoughts that make you, he's echoing exactly what your brain is doing throughout this movie. Sometimes all that needs to capture all that is a single while now say that this is the definitive Reeves moment is not an insult. It's not even a backhanded compliment. It's genuinely the most impressive example of the still. Minimalism that makes him it makes him pretty great for sure. Makes a totally unique screen presence. Absolutely can't argue with that a bit. I'm so glad the wo- got its do I'm going with the matrix as well. Probably not a shocker for my number one Keanu Reeves moment. And my last reading here from Anjelica goes like this. The sub head is transfixed ING stillness like glorious. Swanson, Greta Garbo in the greatest of silent actress Kieu is immense screen presence and keen understanding of communicating story through physicality, albeit with very modern inflection a simple glance or curled lip can unfurl Linke character history or a bend expectations. But this image of odd blink nece affability, but dimwit worth only found in action films ignores, how purely cinematic his acting style is for Keanu acting isn't a mode of transformation, but a state of being he transmute story into flesh. I've read most of Anjelica peace over the course of this top five but there's. Lot more to glean from it. And if you're curious, we will linked to it in the show notes for this episode over at film spotting dot net. But when I think about Kiana communicating story communicating character through physicality and gestures, I immediately go to what is my single favorite moment in the matrix..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Two autonomous countries in the North Atlantic Ocean, one is Greenland, and the other is what an archipelago located two hundred miles off the coast of the UK. Question. Number five the play. Adults house was an influential piece of realism theater written by what Norwegian playwright who also wrote peer gin and an enemy of the people. He is the most frequently performed dramatists in the world after Shakespeare and is not a wading bird with a long curved beak. Question number six, Sweden has had a long history of topping the pop charts. Thanks to catchy and beautifully. Blonde. Fans. Such as above ace of base, Robin and this late eighties early nineties ban that wanted you to listen to your heart and has definitely got the look. Question number seven, this German composer was super into the Viking thing. Thanks to what was known as the Viking revival in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. His epic opera daring destiny Balucan was based on the poetic at death. Name him. Question. Number eight, the scream is his most famous work. But advert Mook expressed his debilitating, depression and mental illness in plenty of other our work throughout his long and turbulent career after his death. He bequeathed his artwork to the city. He loved the capital of his home country of Norway name it. Question number nine. They're not on the euro. And it's certainly not the ruble, the official currency of Scandinavia is called the what? And finally question number ten I'm going to name four actors, and you're going to tell me if they're proud Scandinavians are not one max von Sydow to Diane Kruger three and Margaret and four Greta Garbo, give you a minute to think about it. We'll be right back with answers. Changed? But. You know, a lot about Scandinavia. Hey think I know more than I thought I did, you know, what's gonna get me question? Ten. All right. It's all right. You got some time to think about all right question. Number one. Let's start with the word itself. The region of Scandinavia encompasses what three countries that Sweden Finland and Norway. It is not wait Scandinavia. Yes. Norway Sweden Finland Denmark. Norway, Sweden Huck. Sorry Iceland and Finland are considered the Nordic region. Okay. Yeah. It's tough because Sweden Finland and Norway are all on that peninsula. Yeah. Yes. Like, the Scandinavian peninsula. But scandinavia. Yeah. I know it's really oh. Well, question number two known in English as the lap or Lapland or the indigenous people of the Scandinavian peninsula are called what here's a hint. They have no relation to the protagonist in metro like Sammy. Yes, they are the Sammy they are semi nomadic. Traditionally and are known for their hurting of reindeer, actually, the Sami are the only people who can legally herd. Reindeer in Scandinavia. Also their flag is so cool. I'm gonna show you picture of it. It's really cool. It's like beautifully. It's very like modern. Art looks like a Clint piece. It's very nice. Questionable. Three Scandinavians are big fans of dried salted whitefish with lie. Not to be confused with gal to fish. What is the name of this snack, which is also popular in some regions of Minnesota loot? Fisk got us. Call luta, Fisk lutist is dried whitefish normally cod but link and burbot are also used which I'm assuming fish this treated with live. So the first step is soaking the stock fish cold water for five to six days with the water changed daily, the saturated stock fish is then soaked in an unchanged solution of cold water in lie for an additional.

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Minority Korner

"In your area. So definitely getting those checked out at least if you're on prep. You get checked every three months, which kind of a bonus to being on prep getting checked and then also get some free condoms. They always got some pretty common you can use them for blowjobs too. But I mean who's going to? This is okay. Not to host do not agree on everything that is maybe. Maybe. Tick say who's gonna use Konin during a blowjob people say cherry flavor, and I applaud you done. But like not on me. I dunno Leno. Maybe you wanna go on a date. Okay. Sorry. Where's this going so safe? This is they feel like you need to be. Thank you. This is this is a major victory for HIV criminalization reform as we're seeing and this profoundly changes also how people HIV view themselves. Gene is someone who was HIV undetectable. And I know that they went through as well that. Yeah. So if you are HIV positive have hoped there is light at the end of the tunnel for you to be negative. There's so many ways we were talking about for you to stay safe. Again. I'm not doctor not a doctor like just your own research and your own facts for yourself and. I'll I link an article to Greta Garbo being there original Celebi end as after after Ellen put in there and just trying to make sure I cover all my queer union bullet points. Boy, slim, fat, boy, slim and his son came out as bisexual so all the L G T O. What we what was this, Greta Garbo thing that you would if we just had a fever dream right now with there's an article I'm gonna link to how Greg originals Sulaiman. So she was lesbian. Yeah. There's an article that one was oh, yeah. I needed some needed to connect the dots with that one a little bit. Yeah. Well, I I think you for going on and that is the state of the union. That's our state. That's who that was good. I feel like I'm up to date on everything you really kind of laid it down in a way that makes me want to slide into your d. Mary, matt. My name is Mary Mack. And I do not approve that message..

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Can You Ever Forgive Lee Israel?

Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen

11:32 min | 1 year ago

Can You Ever Forgive Lee Israel?

"I came across this letter in a collection with the signature of one of my favorites, the writer and wit, Dorothy Parker and the letter is so her eighty three Norma place Hollywood, California, the Joshua Allen told me to write an apologize. I'm doing that. Now while he dresses for Turkey dinner with the boys across the road. I have a hangover that as a real museum piece. I'm sure that I must have said something terrible the year this kind of exertion in the future. I'm thinking of having little letters runoff saying can you ever forgive me? Dr. Except that Dorothy Parker didn't actually write or sign that letter Lee Israel, did her book called can you ever? Forgive me tells the story of her years as a literary con-artist forging letters by all sorts of famous writers, then selling the memoir was just Apted into terrific new film, also called can you ever forgive me. It stars Melissa McCarthy as Israel. This. One line. Here was particularly clever. Don't you think it's wonderful. I love his writing and Dorothy Parker's while caustic wit. Caustic wit is my religion. With the film. Now in theaters I wanted to revisit my conversation with the real Li Israel. She died in two thousand fourteen but I talked to her when her memoir came out in two thousand eight so that isn't by Dorothy Parker at all. Well, there's one line the best line. Can you guess which it is? That's really Dorothy this have hangover that as a real museum piece. So the title of your book is from this purported letter by Dorothy Parker, but it's a real realign. Yes, I imagine Dorothy apologizing her waif-like way for some misdeed, and and I sat down, and I wrote it's in the spirit of kind of Judah spree. So how did you get the idea for this this racket of forging famous people's letters and selling them to dealers started? It was incremental as most things are in life. I I was in the library where I spent most of my time foraging, and they gave me a group. Of of letters. And I thought perhaps even one or two of those could pay for from Mike my kitties tests, and I shoot it. I took it a walked out of the library. And I sold it. I was told by the the woman who bought my letters that which I didn't know anything about the business, but she would pay more for better content. So I went home, and I typed up some better content. And then when you started forging after that instead of stealing what was the first thing before actually, I don't remember where I started. I have a feeling let me think I know it wasn't. I think of the first things I fought would know account letters and you bought not just one but a whole series of antique typewriters on which to do. We'll finally if I had knoll type on one typewriter Dorothy on another and and EDNA Ferber on yet another and Finally I had about six or seven of them in locker I rented on Amsterdam have Aminu looked like a very classy porn shop, but his pawnshop not a porn shop. Not a foreign chef. And it's amazing. How little regulation there is. I mean, for instance, the Noel coward letters, some of them were published in an anthology of his correspondent. That's right recently in highly regarded, well, reviewed book, cool, the letters of no coward. And they were two of my lettuce showed up in that volume. Can we hear one of your letters? Okay. Gotta find it. All right. I'll just this. Dear Kevin Sunday. And at the the letterhead as lays of all sumo shoes. Pardon my French, dear Kevin, I who doesn't exist. I am feeling years younger having lose this morning over perfectly packed snow. There is no substitute for oxygen in the lungs. It seems to release something very like morphine Marlene Marlene as perhaps mentioned to you. When we spoke was here for almost two week. She will never change in Detroit a four service folly, she moans endlessly about the ravages of aging the betrayal of friends the lonely. Of celebrity the Silio crowd addresses each of these problems, if she were the only beautiful and celebrated creature to experience reversals, I intend to have her in my life until one of us crooks, but she is possibly the most June grandmother in the history of our planet. It's a very good thing that I love her. I laughed uproariously at show dog dog arrow yours ever know flea. Israel's version of no account, and they were among the best letters. I think of his well what you don't I'll tell you why? Because he Kurt guess he didn't have to be knoll coward. When he wrote letters. He was writing letters. I had to try hard. I had to be no coward. And so they were lay will cavorted they camped they jumped high jet Jade around. I mean, he didn't write letters like that. I was I was doing it to please dealers and to do an imitation of disturbed sick man who didn't have to try to be no coward. How did you? Did you have to try to get into character? How much did? Immerse yourself in their work. Did you put on a hat like they were support yourself drink? What did you do? I'd never put myself drink because who was it who said John Cheever that old womanising alcoholic said even Sipa Sherry shows in his prose. So I never I never drank. When I ride I just I immersed myself in that wonderful thing that happens grade of people kind of trance the creative transits it's as good as it gets. We'll have more of my interview with Lee Israel in just a minute. But first I wanted to take this opportunity to remind you to follow us on Twitter and Instagram at studio three sixty show. And now back to the podcast now, let's let's rewind before you ever got into this. You were of successful bog refer when I was in my early thirties. I wrote a book about Dorothy Kilgallen, I wrote a book about to Lula Bankhead. I did finally book that wasn't so good about Estee Lauder after the Lord of book, my lights dimmed a bit, and they stopped taking me to Lynch, and and you were on welfare. And and it was it was really rough. It wasn't. It wasn't just that. You were no longer a bestseller. What is rough? I mean, I wasn't eating roots and Niger, but in terms of my life. It was bad. It was I was alone. She was alone. And you and you had a sick cat as well. I had. Sick the romance of the whole thing, and how much did you get for that those? I I think the forty dollars a piece something like that. So it wasn't a lot of money per letter. Forty bucks, forty bucks. Allowed me to take my cat to the vet and find out baby. What was wrong with her? It was enough to keep me as I say finally in in lunch and cigarettes and rent. It was not a lot of money in terms of the letters you forge a part from the marketability of a given author or figure how how did you choose who you wanted to do? I've been thinking about that. I I know that I have certain hide certain criteria which had to be bet they the signature mostly had to be doable, easy, so EDNA, for instance, EDNA Ferber or some EDNA Ferber. She signed her letters with a period. Very simple writing. No, no loops. No swirls. No, no were jumps. Same thing. Knowles was a little harder. Dorothy, Parker had an easy signature. They had to present a challenge to me. They had to have literary epistolary styles that I thought I could duplicate and have fun doing. And I guess those are the criteria fun is interesting to me because they are also nearly all sort of swan. You naughty, people of a certain period and certain certain habits with alcohol and certain age, which meant that if I shook a little in the signature, it wouldn't tell so much, but they would all you. No, one would want to go to the cocktail party with all most of these people all of them, maybe EDNA Ferber. I was gonna say. How many letters did you right now? I think about four hundred really, yeah. You can see you can see as we sit. There's a loosely with copies basically two or three a week for the three years something like that. I guess I didn't you do the math. I did. I did whatever I needed to do them. There was one deal in New Hampshire who would call and say, do you have something Greta Garbo will have you something which George q-car is mentioned. Now, I always satisfied is demands that what did he think I mean, really? And where would you say? Yeah. Maybe I do I have a feeling maybe they may be in the country. You know, like I had a country home. I'll check and I o. I always I wasn't. I not even smart enough to say, oh, no. I couldn't I always was eighty ninety one hundred dollars. Ed was the Noel coward letters that finally done me in because I overdid and because one of the one of his friends who was in the market to buy Noel coward. That is was shown some of mine in new. Full. Well, that know having lived at a time when homosexuality was jailing offense never would've put so many campy funny allusions in his letters and the stuff that's homoerotic etcetera. I got from his his diaries, but Noah would have been much too careful to disclose his. I did what happened. Finally is that one. Once the man friend of Knowles discerned that there was something rotten in Denmark. He told the dealer who told other dealers and finally the well was toxic, and I could no longer sale. And then as soon as the the federal agents showed themselves didn't arrest you mmediately. You went off trying to thinking we're going to get rid of the typewriters destroy the guy rid of everything I could get my hands on scissored everything. I I took the typewriters from the locker one by one and they were very heavy. You know, we're talking nineteen forties. Nineteen fifties at I place them up and down various trash receptacles on Amsterdam avenue. So you were you were. Finally nabbed prosecuted went to trial. You got off pretty easy. I did. Well, I had I got six months house arrest, which is not so easy. If you saw my apartment at the time, not only did you not go to jail. You you have this lovely book. That's come out. That is getting good reviews and kind of kind attention, nobody that I've seen seems to be saying how dare this thief and forger getaway with this. I know, and I'm really, but I I have a knowledge that what I did was was wrong. But I don't I don't feel that in the pit of my stomach the bloggers not being so so kind blinders do, yeah, I know one of them called twit, and I hope he spelled it right? Somebody else called me, an intellectual terrorist. I beat so that happens, but mostly the the community of writers and not so much scholars of writers. And peers of of a liking it and are being very kind to me non-judgmental. I know what I did was for honest, Ana.

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"It is good. All right. Good. And we just don't want it to we just don't like guy attacks Syria. I guess it's like western cinema came out of that era of like Nickelodeon watching just a guy riding horse, and then they made like Charlie Chaplin and very quickly became a studio system of like the studios on everything. And I just think it's interesting when other cultures got the same technology because it's a federal to anybody. But they were just like no give it to directors. Let's make this really progressive because our societies super fucked up right now, let's make like progressive cinema. Even when it doesn't even have sound. Let's reflect modern day society. And that was like this whole wave apparently was like. What do you call it? A it's like Neo realism? Okay. I've heard this just like showing, you know, exactly. What's happening? You're not trying to make it any fancier than it is. Yeah, this is just it's actually what someone's going through in this modern day. Right. But in their case to things that no one wants to talk about. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of time. Great. So wait what happened? I mean. What what led to her suicide, you know, specifics of it, basically? Okay. So she comes out with this film about someone who is harassed by the press k the foam comes out. She's currently dealing with harassment from her excess. Yeah. In the press in the press, it's the exact same thing. Really? She's dealing. They're like saying that this shit about her like sleeping with people. And stuff like that. Meanwhile, making films that are cutting edge that are kind of like an indecent one. But they're edgy believe it kinda some of them. Okay. It's actually oh my God. What a nightmare. It's not good. Yeah. Kind of like public dragging is been going on since the beginning of time and people can't handle it, the human brain cannot and all that level of pressure. When I looked into this one. I mean, like something that had to differentiate it from others was like she didn't seem to really suffer from clinical depression in the same way. This is more like since the age of sixteen to twenty four. She was being continually harassed. She like. Yeah, head. Yeah. She was an incredible artist. Put like the circumstances were just like fucking inexcusable. You know? So I mean like, right. That's that's the person with like, probably the most extreme complex PTSD could possibly have it took a while too. Because like I'd read articles or read, you know, things about it. And it was almost like people write about it at some points. Like, well, she did a movie about someone committing suicide. So she committed suicide like give me a fucking. Exactly. And it's like, and it took me because I wanted to look into. I was like, and I know people didn't write about depression at the time. Say real quick. How fucking crazy that is. Just like, yeah, he made a movie about basketball. So now, he's in the NBA like shut up. What are you talking about? That's why air bud isn't. She of the Lakers. Totally. Man. You know, Brad bird is a toy. Now. No socks as I said. There was a huge outpouring. When she committed suicide of just like it was this revolution. It was this oddly like shifting time. In was them confronting societal norms. That were kind of starting to become reprehensible, it's like you can't just rape women. Like, it was literally like that sort of shit..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Wow. Yeah. I was also amazed that just at first at the fact that like this woman had committed suicide they made a movie about her life within about a year, and this actress who portrayed her and killed herself within that year. Like cinema was when you watch the ring. I'm so very reductive. Sorry. I'm so sorry. Yeah. No. I kind of am. So by the way, I just bumped the mic on my chin. I'm so fascinated with this era in in cinema because it feels like almost like modern for one this incredibly like feminists era and also just like the technology that was like happening at the time to make cinema happen. I think was incredible to people think it really was like VR technology. Sure. If I have to imagine if people were paying five cents to go watch, Nickelodeon and just go watch a man ride a horse for like a second. Yes. That must have been mind blowing absolutely a nickel at that. Time. Must have been like fifteen bucks. Yeah. I wanna go step in the chamber once the guy. Right. The horse. I don't give. Yeah. Right. Right. And that's kind of where VR's at now feel like it's the same thing as when cinema was beginning these movies. Aren't good right stupid guy riding horse. And now if you go play VR or you go watch VR thing, you're like this is awful nothing year. We're going to get a message tomorrow from so when he was like actually guy riding horses, really good..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"The kinda shit that people are talking about with Orson Welles when he makes citizen Kane in the suspect thing about lighting and sound, and you know, like people in the background, and you're seeing things that you shouldn't see, you know, like, you know, layering in context this shit is already existing in like China-Japan China's van they're really at the forefront because they are the system that is like director lead. Right. And I listened to a lot of interviews with the directors and their big thing is like I just let the actors go we do rehearsals. And as I'm watching the rehearsal 's that's when I pick out the camera angles. I let them figure out the scene, then I do the thing why this is all so different from like silent film where they're like they're shut up. Fuck gun. That cigarette in your mouth. Wow. I didn't realize it was like that. That's. So so she gets in a new relationship with a guy who is also a piece of shit. God damn. Yeah. There's no good guys right around the time. But within about two years of her getting into acting. She becomes one of the biggest stars. Right. Like, everyone loves or. Yeah. You know? And at the height of her fame, and she's being still harassed by her acts as she's with her new guy, basically God. Yeah. Yeah. It's it's both or just piling on. Yeah. She makes this film called new women, and she portrays an author, and I believe she was an actress too. Yeah. Who died the year before by suicide this this person had committed suicide do press like hounding in media kind of costly being like, right? What your husband's as he's leaving you like just like, yes. That said that's the movie she made she wanted to make a movie about someone going through the same situation. Do think that you keep saying she wanted to she wanted to she wanted which is which is not the relationship to movies that I know Andrew Sav. It's like you take what you can get time or you like you get pitched thing by director. And then you're like, oh that sounds great. I choose to do that. But still like. Way you're talking about her. She made her own calls is what I think. So and a lot of ways. Yeah. Because it sounds like she was doing this out of a form of rebellion in the sense. Okay. She found out early on that she was successful. And she was the breadwinner right immediately. Has been dwindling all the fortunes, and then she became the person that he would prey upon and be like, well, pay me money. And I won't I won't tell her rumors about you. Yeah. So yes, she made this honestly, what's also interesting as her first film would she was sixteen. So this trauma cars for. A movie sorry. She had just had this trauma with her hus- her her new husband, teen, whatever you wanna call that relationship, and the one of the first film, she makes is about like a marriage that's super fucking awful. And like, you know, what I mean like, so she's dealing with this interpersonal life, and then all of the film says she's being praised for our about women who are like prostitutes people who are being like abused. She she also had kind of a huge range like one point she played like a starlet, and like like, really, you know, proud people. But I think if you're dealing with these horrible traumas, and then you have to play an abused wife and stuff takes its toll out outfield fuel something how long after she made the movie where she portrayed the. Author who committed suicide how long after that? Did she commit suicide? It was within a year..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Definitely good amount actresses, but predominantly what was kinda happening especially say with say, like, a cure course, all in Japan, right is like all like movies being made at this time are all by directors. It's no very little studio involvement in America. It's all starting to clue into silent film, and they're like pushing Charlie Chaplin out. And Buster Keaton like way way there's money here. As in like, we're gonna set up Hollywood. And at the studio system. MGM, and like, you know, like, they're setting up money, whereas Japan at this time same technology is just like you mean, China, and Japan Japan started a lot of revolution. And then I think China followed suit, okay because they couldn't help it. It's like they're being invaded by Japan. So they're kind of like our movies have to be super real. You know, right war. Yeah. So they tried to deal with it's kind of funny because it's like they're dealing with like a society that is kind of patriarchal, right? You see it with her own relationship with her husband? But the movie she's making are like directly confronting the patriarchal society. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. So her husband hates this shit. Yeah. And he's basically ninety than her husband. He's just the guy who repeatedly keeps harassing her throughout her life. And he is extorting her for money. Like, a part of this thing is he's like, I'm gonna tell everyone your fucking me. And you you're not my wife. Yeah. Exactly. This insane. I know this is why it's triggering is like a monster person. It's really bad. So he's extorting her and he's a gambler again. Yeah. He's losing his family fortune. But when she starts acting. She just starts blowing up like she makes four films for this company called Ming Zing. I don't know. And then who's onto Leo Leo? Okay. It's another company and Leo. How is known for being like this company that made famous pressures that were really respected, you know, years later, and they did really well. But like, they weren't just the schlock slot was still doing pretty well, always I was I was really like amazed to find out that these films were being made while they're being invaded by Japan. Like, yeah. Film didn't stop. Wow, just dealt with it. Wow. And they and a lot of females from war hardship around the area just got incorporated into film. And that's why they focused on women because it was easier for a man to feel like week looking at a woman who is you know. In the most dire straits to feel empathy. Yeah, you know. It's like this crazy thing. I don't know. Like, it's almost like kinda like queer cinema in in like indie cinema in the nineteen eighties early nineties like they focus on like the most disenfranchised people. Yeah. And it gives you empathy towards and it's like this culture shift. You know, being like, why do rape your wife like the fuck is that you know, like what the fuck is happening. You know, we're we're all dying. Like what the fuck is them. I mean, it's like, wow. Truly I'm floored by now, I had no idea. I had no idea when I started because I got in through kind of reading kind of sensationalistic like porn. His sick. Can you believe it? Ass. Live on the waterfront overcome with com-. Come on glasses. So she makes all these amazing films. And also like a lot of shots that are being done in this time during silent film in China is later on being.

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"And this is kind of this sort of revolutionary thing of like this whole turn in Japan for women. Basically what had happened was in nineteen thirty-one Japan had invaded China and a lot of people point to like the the Chinese people felt kind of vulnerable for the first time. So you seeing this like their land got occupied like just taken away by China. China was like coming in. We're killing people were taking away land. So there's kind of this idea that may be like because of the times of our change in people are feeling vulnerable like men are expressing their emotions in cinema expressing them through women who are struggling, and there's this whole John or that's created of the suffering woman. China. It's all these stories of very modern women, very modern like it'll be like a movie about a woman who's a mother who's has a hover board. Vaping starts dabbing. A lot of supreme. It's like women like dealing with abusive men, basically genre confronting that. Like, well, if you're a secretary at this phone operating service, you know, like you're probably being abused by your boss. Okay. Yeah. And it's not like this stuff kind of was popular especially with women at the time, but became more popular after the deaths of all these people like it kind of went a little unnoticed sense like it was popular enough. But like, I don't know it wasn't like the number one thing. But it with enough that like, you know, hundreds of thousands of people wanted to show up to her funeral like they really identified with the characters. She was putting on screen. Well, that's fucking incredible man. Yeah. I mean, she basically fucking nineteen twenties and thirties. Yeah. Exactly. That's crazy. This is insane. Ah in China the country. Well, dude, so everyone talks about like modern acting right at the start of Marlon Brando with like he gave a naturalistic realistic performance. Even though sometimes he's like kind of off the rails. She's credited as like the Marlon Brando like a couple decades previous because she's in the silent film era, and I've seen the footage like the way she moves across the screen. And I know that sounds simplistic, but it's actually incredible to watch. It is literally like watching you walk in the room. Sit down natural is so natural. And so like. Uninhibited and the way, you know, if you were looking at actors in western society at the same time, they would have been so dramatic and like blinking ton. And be like, I love you. It was like way overblown, and she was doing like Marlon Brando. Like, I'm gonna walk across the room. You're going to watch. This tracking shot of me. I'm a prostitute. My life is low I'm in a bad situation. This is like serious like cinema. That's trying to be as realistic as possible. And he sued by the way, have you seen Marlon Brando in the godfather? Ooh. A gangster. Okay. Wow. That's cool. Yeah. That makes me really wanna watch her movies. Honestly, what clued me into this was documentary series called the story of film, which I have right there. This documentary series? That's clued me into Florence Lawrence. Okay. Cool. Yeah. It's it's a really good documentary series. And what I like about it is that in this. And I would recommend this to anybody who's into film at all this is really a documentary series as focuses on like editing and kind of like the law stories of Hollywood, and like really interesting stuff and the one thing they don't do is. They're kind of like, and and then goodfellas happened and everybody was like what? Focus on like look at this shot. Oh, cool thing this you didn't see replicated until like forty years later. Oh doing this. Yeah. So it's like that's great pretty pretty interesting. And so it kind of clued me into like this performance, she's giving and also like there's this huge influx of fairy feminist directors inside of like Asian cinema at the time with a lot of female directors. No interesting..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Acre away. Exactly, let's get back into serious. It gets it gets tragic in a minute here. And again, I already gave it a little bit of a disclaimer. So. What's interesting about this actresses? She's a silent film actress in China, right? And it's a really interesting time in Chinese cinema because it's moving away from like, the most simplistic kind of cinema, which is like almost like stories of fairy tales, this guy's in love with this woman, and he's like chasing her and like, he's a San and she's a Princess unlike. Very very simple stuff like modern day stories. Yeah. Then this is when they started making rumble in the Bronx. No day. That's while if. In this age. It would have been incredible real. Yeah. Yeah. This time. It's it's basically all like it's the same stories without the Kong. And it's interesting boring. Sure. Sure. But oddly, very feminist. Okay. Like, what happened was basically like, you know, cinema had been created only kind of recently like nineteen fifteen or whatever. Like, you know, these Nickelodeon of seeing very simple. And so when what time beer what year did she start acting when she was sixteen. I think around like nineteen a little bit before nineteen thirties. Okay. Yeah. So basically, this is the movement between silent film to talking. She's a silent film actress dill into like, the relative new form of like talking movies, which weren't necessarily seen in China in order to mean, like, okay, she was still a very popular relevant. Actress inner time k sort of thing. And what's tragic is that like silent film in general? They say that like almost like ninety eight percent of those films are just gone, right? We don't know him. We don't see them. Yeah. Like actors directors worked on tried to make you know movies. Sometimes like they worked a little bit to expand the the the genre. Yeah. And it's it's still gone is gone. I know man, I say all the time. Those directors really should've put that stuff in the cloud. What are you doing? Just sync up your tablet, your screen, just yet, man. Plug your real the real into I tune sync up your real real with your tablet and your button. Cloud. You got the I but. Ex myself got it. It is bigger. She couldn't put her shit up on that. Like only like one third of her movies exists even have We'll even. have even seen. You know what I mean? Like a lot of them get completed a lot of shit just didn't get out. But still she is a good movie. They'll see is like one of like the biggest like actresses in China compared like when you think about her role in like feminist like movies, basically when she died in. Feminism. When she died in nineteen thirty five. It was such a spectacle like the New York Times at the time called it. The biggest like spectacle funeral of our century. When she died as at the height of Famer, whatever she there was a three mile funeral procession of people just mourners. There was hundreds of thousands of people following this. This is how beloved she was. Well, yeah. I kind of wanted to like almost like say that at the top before I get into like how her career kind of auspiciously started. Okay. You know, she started when she was sixteen basically. And she was she answered an ad at the time because she was living in this kind of violent relationship. Her mother is where it gets kind of triggering basically is her mom had been pretty destitute. Her father died at a young age. So her mom became a made inside of a wealthy families house, and therefore she kind of became a made in wealthy rouse, the youngest son of that family raped her and made her his wife just kinda was like, you're my wife. Wow. Really marry her. He was just like you're with me this year with me from now on and he was like an abusive piece of shit. He was a gambler, and he was dwindling the family's fortunes that he had gotten, you know. So he was just a piece of shit at that point. She's. Answering this ad in the paper for actresses..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"New podcast pod. Dave america. Earlier today in the supermarket with a pod save America to shirt, and it was like the same reaction as when I saw somebody with like a Trump t- shirt. Like a wanted to kick them in the balls. Wow. Really? I don't know anything about bud. Save America on HBO. So it's definitely cool. No, it's it's a podcast like five guys. They're all five one. Like the burgers, the what the burgers five guys the burger blades. Guys get. Yeah. Yeah. Got it. Oh. Thinkers laugh at me. Okay. There are five guys on this podcast. Yeah. They just white, dude. They just suck. Okay base. Their their podcast was all kind of like, did you know, you could vote. What was literally like their whole thing was like pod, save America. We're gonna save America by telling people how they can actually shift voting in their district. And it's like, yeah. Motherfucker? Tapped into politics is already doing that. Shut the fuck up like it was just like literally like guys who discovered voting like two years ago. It was funny. I saw it pop into. I was just like flipping through HBO. And I was like fuck is pod. Save America googled it. There's a link to the show to the podcast a link to the HBO show. And then just all these articles called why pod save America? Should not be DVD's. You know? I mean, see Fernandez fucking posted a thing, and it made me cackle fucking laughing. Yeah. It's like it's it was just a shot of the panel of the five of them. It's like five guys like the burger. Preempt coming. Yeah. It's time time I. I fucking love you. I love you too. Man. You know me in a way, I don't even know myself except but that five guys joke. Thanks, maybe didn't get enough credit the first run through. Well. I mean, here's the thing. Then I'm so funny. Fernandez and even funnier guy. Well, not cool. All right. This is my podcast. He's gonna even hear this truth. Didn't take it back. Silence. We've talked about this already be nice to me. It's going to be truth is debt. Say I'm funnier than Steve you're you're very funny. You're actually so funnier than steph's. Yeah. Yeah. You hampton. You suck. You're not funny at all. Yes. Supposedly like, how is this even possible? Like a phone line. It's like five white guys being like, so here's politics. Are you out of your fucking mind? That's so hard. Lampton who are we talking about this week? It's yo week. What's up, dude? Joe week. This week on Joe, we grabs or whatever the number, by the way, I just wanna say ahead to get a little series for just half a second. God is it racist? No. But like if anyone's listening, and they have like triggers about like sexual trauma and stuff like that. Like, it might come up. So like, just maybe I've I've only just recently been like that might be something we want to just warn people about so. Man. Yeah. That's good. Yeah. So this is a an actress in the Chinese silent film era, and China, I love silence, and I love film. And her name is ruin Lingyu, and she's been called the Greta Garbo of Shanghai cinema. And she was basically a really important like silent film actress who was like hugely feminist really important to like all of cinema. Holy shit. Yeah. Oh, wow. That's exciting. Cool. We'll talk about our when we come back gas. Let's take a quick break and joined the patriot whatever featuring enjoying..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"A Dreamcast looked up to it in my roommate, and our friend Brandon I didn't realize this, but they had taken mushrooms and they hit like put in a fuck Luda cheat codes into Tony hawk to. And like one of the cheat codes is all the it makes all the panels flash different colors. So it looks all trippy, and then you can turn on jetpack mode, which means every time you jump if you hold down a you just fly higher and higher into the sky. So they had everything was flashing and they put on gyp back mode, and they'd like jumped off a ramp and flown all the way into the air and just held the button, and we're spinning holding a trick for like thirty minutes and the score is just racket up. Billions of points in the guy are just brain is just holding the controller. And they are scream cry laughing. And. It's going to have to come to our house ain't give us bagel bites. Oh my God. Did it was so funny man during that period of my life, which I'm glad is over because the drugs definitely took a toll on my depression and made my life hard for a while. When I heard that story. I was just like, yeah. That's why everyone in our generation is just in huge college debt. Yeah. He says like, yeah. You just play Tony hawk totally crying on mushrooms flips. Why does no one want me to be an artist? It's like maybe because you're a fucking idiot. I another time varies similar time. But but sad a much sadder version, I came back, and my roommate would hang out with these two dudes who gave him free meth and. Yeah. Totally. Wow, man. I get I. Wow. So I don't have to pay for this massive problem. Eyeballs literally went like cartoon size with dollar bills. And I'm like. And I came in and one of the dudes was just sitting there, very silently totally glazed over face playing Tony hawk and he was playing twenty to the lake school level. And there's this one part of it where you like you. Go up a half ramp comeback down grind off of a series of lunch tables fall down into the bottom part of it. Grind on another series of lunch tables. Go up a half ramp come back and do that same thing. Again. Go up a half Fram. Do it again. And he literally was just sitting there. So fucking tweaked on meth doing that exact same run. Oh, wow. Over and over again, we four ever watched. And I was like, hey, man. And he was like, hey, man. And and was just like. Yep. Savant. Yup. He's a fuck yet avant over and over dude. And I was like how long have you been doing this man because it was a practice level it never stops. And so to bring that back. Eighties. Punk. In britain. Massive arts funding. Yeah. It was like you were getting a government check to just run that Tony hawk. Oh, sure. Yeah. Point. This is not good. I'll bet you if we if we searched we could find which channels that are like this doesn't met fuel twitch channels like why was there? No government funding for like, you know, video game footage is twitch twitch is what we have to go to gotta get. We gotta kit the NEA to just. Related, but the NEA's gone because of our fair, president whom I voted for and continue to love I continue to vote for every day. I go down to my polling place. They're not there. But I just scream at the pastor at that church. I vote for Trump again pod. Dave america. Thank you very much. The.

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"We were in Hamptons living room. Just talking out of our ass for fun. And so like, it's for entertainment. We don't know what we're talking about. So if we're talking about something, and you knew more about it than us. We're welcome for corrections. Please. But please know that we don't know what the fuck. We're talking about is what I what I'm saying. At all. I'm just saying things I think and they are wrong. I don't look them up ever some except for the history. We looked at a we we research that. Yeah. You can't really like negotiate my opinion further than the fact that it's just what I've read and seen like if I don't even read anything if you want to quote, me Hampton, I read headlines, and then I make stuff up. That's what I do. We got. Did you see that we had an angry offspring fan guy who was angry at us from the last episode was that off of a headline. No, we were like talking shit about offspring that they put out a lot of. Yeah. Yeah. Go go kill people overseas records, and they were like dude put out a lot of songs like that. And in fairness, probably not they probably only made the one or two. Yeah. But I still think they suck. I don't know. I. I like what you like. I don't. I got no judgment. I you know, you've heard on this podcast. I love Coldplay, and like fucking mind. You know what? I mean. I love that song miss you by blink one eighty two. I still like no FX like come on. Dave's point is that he likes all music. I loved offspring to and then they they lost me God. But the during the yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Days I was on board. Man. I went to see them in Ozama Lii in New York City. The living end open for them Osimo league got booed. It was crazy is that that instrumental band. I think they have a rapper or two in the band, but there's like ten people on stage. They have a ramp. Nice. You know, I can't I can't tell if they have as I know people rap if we come in there, but not all the. Doing their thing. But that tour when I saw them was on the tour they offspring opened with pretty fly for a white guy. Time to go home kids. Oh, we also got corrected on that song. A couple of bunch of turns out our podcast has a lot of offspring fans that listen to it. Oh, really? Yeah. Oh listening. I didn't realize what line in pretty fly for your white guy. You were talking about. But we got a correction and they're right. It's not Dilbert strips. Can we point this out a little bit larger? You're right. It's dope. His trip. Yeah. When I knew that we got into weird mugging conversation. And yet, I guess I misinterpreted what you're saying. And yeah, I didn't know that that was the lyric. Oh, it's this trick trip. I said in his own mind. He's the Dilbert strewn is oh mine. He's the Dilbert strip. The crazy thing as well. You're old white kid named Hampton growing up in Virginia. I legitimately thought the Dilbert strip was the coolest thing, I the time was cutting out..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on The Bugle

"Teresa, my actually probably played poem at some point in her life so Joya on conclusions. Others claim Peng seeks seeks to revive actualize the pong elements of ping-pong. In other words, the horizontal batting of the board. But without the ping elements of ping-pong, which isn't 'cause the it's an ancient Chinese world for the deeply, psychological. Elemental battle for supremacy between two warring humans and hostile universe where dalwin proclaims that can only be one winner and pong regarded as the fort nights of the second millennium, of course, but different less so on wrongly since poem was released humans of wasted an estimated combined total of seventy three point four quadrille, Ian hours playing computer games time, which if you more productively boil species could easily have led to kiss for Alzheimer's, the Middle East crisis, time-wasting and football capitalism, communism and death. Just ten years off the poem was released however, Soviet hardman leader Lenny Brezhnev died. But then again, fifteen years later Mother Theresa died. As well. So it's probably one all since poem was released in nineteen seventy two the world. Population has almost doubled from its three point eight billion total proving that to D re-creations of sports give humans a greater disincentive to die than the prospect of eternal heaven or damnation, which of course, predate punk whilst the population of Asia and has more than doubled great in the pong era suggesting that playing table tennis simulation games on computers makes all Asian people all day. This is true. Incidentally, the film version of police Jew outs in eight minutes from now and features Channing Tatum. As one of the bats, Jennifer Lawrence as the other bats and a CGI recreation of Greta Garbo's, the bull. See this. This is the world we live in now. That's a funny joke. But in a world where the emoji movie has been released that satire is just nothing to me. I'm like, I could absolutely believe that tomorrow. There is a movie called cloudy with a chance of meatballs is. Is a classic up there with godfather and Casablanca. Nothing. A superb movie to watch as a small child on a long flight use my daughter discovered when I made her watch it twice on a flight to Australia many years ago as always a section of the buglers going straight in the Ben this week. It's well, we're counting down to Christmas. Also, counting down tonight into a new season of the bugle. That is imminent. Details. Forthcoming and other bugler donors is on the way and counting down to my SoHo theatre show beginning on the eighteenth of December tradition as old as well. As old as a two year old ferret who's turning three shortly. It is the third installment of anti Altman's certified will history this year covering this year, and it is live at the SoHo theatre from the eighteenth to the twenty second of this of the twenty seventh through the twenty ninth of December and the second to the fifth of January. But in the Ben this week as we approach December. It is the bugle drab vent calendar, why rise expectations about this flawed planet with nice little pictures of things that happen at Christmas Robbins when we really should be revealing the true drabness. Of life. So with a bugle drab van calendar. We give you twenty four drop things to count you down to the unrealistic haffey vision of Christmas the first of December an empty chocolate bar wrapper in a puddle next to a bin..

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"greta garbo" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on Movie Crush

"So the characters are not and then when pair happens but they can say i mean these are all filled with sports yeah well anyway it's disagreement movie and and it's i love it when everybody on anybody else about what will be like the first one yes i mean they added to their weight such short trip anyway then they said the spa to the hot springs and they're they don't wanna be there in come back in spend time with your kids their grandkids are strangers i should mention to two of the actors you know you mentioned the the character of the the the daughter that's an actor suji just recently died and she was in her nineties her name setsuko hara navy mispronouncing the most and she is in many many roses she she was his primarily and and she is as great as greta garbo or marlene dietrich jour you know she she is such amazing acting the other active at that people haven't seen should say is the man who plays the father yeah he's so good his name is gonna mispronounce it too but it's it's cheesy real i think is how that's how books on the page and he he played in the movie he plays a guy who's in the sixties but in fact he was in his late thirties in tokyo story really he played played a lot of older buys this actor is again if you wanna compare who great american carry kerry gary cooper spencer tracy in terms of being truthful and this guy is just kills me and he also is in many many oes so those two people.

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"greta garbo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The one to choose among five candidates and a lot of those categories it's it's really hard uh you know i i thought lady bird was the terrific movie uh and uh i would hate to have to you know cast his ballot that ends up looking like i'm nothing uh greta garbo wieghorst's nothing her her film and yet you have to vote for one you have two votes for one and so if you look at the original screenplay the five choices were the big six uh which i thought was a terrific movie get out which was my favorite movie of the year lady bird wonderful movie the shape of water a terrific movie and three billboards outside i think missouri a really good movie so you've got five choices there and that's a tough tough category to choose from uh uh frankly uh you know i think that uh as wonderful as lady bird was get out is is a uh in some ways a revolutionary sell uh a uh a tearful police subversive movie that uh uh big social commentary in the and the guys are in the framework about horror fell and does it via the most ingenious and provocative way it was able to be kind of the that worked a lot of people would say you know there were too many elements in this uh and yet uh most of his critics loved it like you did uh especially the critics that uh i respect and uh also remind you use the word revolution reminded me of like uh some of the early plays of america baraka you know it had elements of dutchman and those kinds of things in it's why it if you know it's pretty striking and and vet pitted became successful uh made it you know all the more satisfied that he that he captured an audience in a pretty broader audience for this fell uh and uh and then who directing category again another tough choice uh i i didn't love all these movies equally but in in that case if.

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"greta garbo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"greta garbo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Had her hair long hair long hair in she yet he climbed up her hair on those cradle no i angela greta garbo going the dea they put a push lady in the oven bacon eat them all rich and a fowler ways because they uh they they sprinkled breadcrumbs on the ground and they found their way back man that one to win that oh yeah what about uh i'll mess mouth fake sad on are fading are carried said way i'm gonna die i thought you at dart attack who'd ice man oh faisal never die sarkic pocketed isis through seventy seven five seven nine one or two five at eight hundred seven seven one one or two five so do we ban sleeping beauty oh yeah it get it out get rid of it i can have this i i say we ban sleeping beauty we got gotta ban alatas the ban i'll be all books with words slippery slope what's that lewis how are you they may have gone on guide you tell me guy hey i got ban beauty and the peace of the kidnapped the girl disney i dunno not familiar with the story did he kidnapped the girl he definitely daddy helder against the will man uh how did he get a hold of like trying to think in in a beauty and the beast had it added beauty and the beast even meat i never saw the movie i i don't i don't know how they you've got to watch it okay thinking 77 575 what or two five mike what you think banned sleeping beauty are now and i think that's ridiculous how so well first of all leaving beauty is like the least favorite disney classic of every bore your like nobody i mean that's just an second of all i don't i just don't see how that let let me say let me through this march do they started stop in real life they bay there are no they're not interested in disney movies urged dollar thing thank you for your insight seventy seven five seven nine one or two five what's up frank we just jury though they do that in a no white also snow white later up this she got.

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