11 Burst results for "Jeffrey Beaumont"
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on Filmspotting
"But i've always skipped it. That's why i was so excited to included in this eight from eighty four series. I am now finally david lynch complete list and you see some of those familiar faces in the cast right. You see kyle mclachlan you see jack. Nance of course showing up doesn't have much of a role. Either dean stockwell. Everett mcgill who are gonna see in twin peaks. Freddie jones from the elephant man is in this one as well. And then you mentioned freddie francis who also shot the elephant man. It is a david lynch script. So what is it about the material. I read a little bit of the story about how it got presented to him. And a friend of his co. yeah it's a really great property. you should do it. And he's like okay like he didn't he didn't put a whole lot of thought into it or at least that's the the myth that he is trying to propagate but as i watched it i did latch onto a couple of things. And it's in what you were saying about the dreamlike quality of so much of lynch's work and why dune really doesn't work because you're absolutely correct. It's so literal. But i will say i. That paul's character in a way is kinda like agent cooper and kind of like the character. Jeffrey beaumont he plays in blue velvet to in that. He's kind of a detective he he's not looking for information really about the world around him or trying to make sense of things that he absolutely doesn't understand externally it's more internal right like he. He's seen this prophecy. The the spices giving him this vision. He knows this path. Apparently that he should be on as i said of self-discovery but it's like picking up clues along the way. There is that that mystery element to his journey here. But also it's that he is truly a dreamer. He someone who is dreaming awake for a good chunk of this film when he when he puts together that clue that he is paul mu deeb when he's he's given that day out. Oh i i love it right. I had to get it in here when he is finally granted that name. He knew it because he'd already seen it somehow in some kind of vision right and he says a dream unfolds and then the through line of what is father says to him. Is this idea that sleeper must awaken. That's pure lynch. This idea that you've got these kind of experiences these emotions inside of you. They're dark they're they're weird. You can't quite make sense of it even think about characters in lost highway or inland empire. Who seemed like they're in a perpetual state of nightmare. Mulholland drive is definitely one of those as well and some of these characters who kind of have this misty eyed naievety around them and just generally being in different states of consciousness. That's what a david lynch movie feels like like we as viewers are going in and out of those states with the characters. There are hints of it here. That at least suggest to me. Maybe that's what lynch saw in the material but it is so smothered by the law shared by all those details and the exposition is. We said that it never really gets to come out the hints. I think to are in the technique he uses where we hear. Not just paul's thoughts on the soundtrack but other characters too. But i think it is. I don't know that it's always effective. It's in some places exposition. But i do think adam. It's related impulse case to what you're talking about. It's almost like he's he's dreaming wild yes awake and hearing those thoughts allow us access to it so even though it doesn't quite work i do think it's tied to that lynch ian quality you're talking about. You knew this would change me. Thanks to your teachings. it's changing my consciousness. I see it. I can see it. Is thou one. Carry my sister in your womb now. What else struck you as actually fun about the movie. I mean maybe we're going to get into the campy elements here too. There's something very flash. Gordon ask with the rock and roll at toto. Doing score were a cares. I could say the score was a positive for me. But i loved those weirding tools or whatever they call them. The i mean josh. The battle is played out with mind. Guns i mind your iraq. I think well and it was something about A noise to write. It was like yeah okay. No i'm not gonna put that in the plus category I can say let's go back to the special effects you you noted and The non practical ones. I do think it's not just that they're quote unquote dated which is not always the best term to use it. They're not even up to power with a lot of what we were seen in films. Big at the. I mean even something like you know. A- aside from the star wars films but like tron. Even you know is trying different things with early cgi. Even i believe. And i'm not sure if that's exactly what we get here but what we get to that is akin to today. Cgi is just brutal and say at the one thing. I was really looking forward to about this afternoon. The worms the giant worms. Not okay you know. That just sounds awesome. I want all in on that. There's a variation of it in the mandalorian recently. Got me excited again about the desert worms. I think they're terrible. I mean they never seem to occupy the same physical space the actors and if there is if there is a dune moment for me. It's paul riding on top of the judge worm like lasso slash harnessed it Know that is kind of like. If you're gonna love this movie you've gotta love that moment genuinely authentically and laugh at it. And i just couldn't do it but all that to say again. Those the practical effects. I think really work. When they're a creature. Designs and the production design. I think the production design is really solid. Here an expansive. i mean. it doesn't look cheap these sets and we visit as you've noted multiple planets different throne rooms. We get a sense of what each places like and how it does reflect the characters So i would put the production design in the plus column as well Again along with the cinematography and and some of those creature facts i. That's probably about all i've got though. Yeah no i agree with you. I think that some of the production design some of the planets and the sets are better than others. of course. there are times where i felt like i was flashing back to my days loving the black hole as a kid. You know where it is it is. It is pretty flimsy. In some instances but then in others you look at for example that major scene at the beginning in the emperor's layer anytime we're in that space i feel like so much care and attention was put into making that design really work and that does bring me to another element. I do genuinely love about the film. Unfortunately it's all about three minutes long. And i'll just be honest. I can articulate. Why i love it but alicia witt has a lia in that scene when as paul's which sister with powers like you're you're communicates or missing a crucial element. She's she's about three four and she. She speaks in a very odd way. And then she's using the voice to the voice that we talk about. Words like a growl that can can command others to do your will. When she's holding the baron in that space there is something so wonderfully creeping about every.
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Dune didn't do great in the box office. The critics didn't receive it really well, either and I wonder like what lessons that taught you and what you did to cope with that because I. Got To be really tough, right It. Somehow didn't. Have that. Much of an impact on me certainly changed. What I needed to do but. We filmed Dune and then I had. A contractually, I was not able to do anything else until the movie actually came out in theaters. So had about a year and a half. Just kind of mess around. So I went back and did a play and I. Traveled a little bit I did not come to Los Angeles I just. Because part of the situation was had five Dune pictures that I was obligated to do. into the contract. So I was signed up for the next tune in the next June and all that and so were just GonNa Kinda roll right through it a kind of a bit like. Harry Potter I would imagine. So when the when the word came out and I wasn't even really conscious of box often what was happening I was kind of enjoying my life backup and Seattle and figured we get to work on the next one when we did and then when. I. got a call from h saying. Well it looks like they're not gonNA go forward with the Dune pictures and by the way the first one didn't do so well, you better come down to Los Angeles is was like, okay. So I hopped in my jeep and backed up and drove down. Bit like the beverly, hillbillies I guess and. Came into Los Angeles and I found a place and Started from the beginning I had had an agent which was great and and I had some of the trappings that come with that but No prospects so I started Started back again and Didn't fare well, actually very well until David Lynch reached out to meet to do blue. Velvet. which was an amazing thing for him to do because I mean although we work together and we're friends and we had a great time, he could easily have said you know what you? You didn't open this movie and You know. So I'm not GonNa hire you again but he Felt that I was the right character of the right person to play the role of Jeffrey, Beaumont and Blue Velvet, and that's how we. How we moved in Blue Velvet we started was about two years from the rap of Dune until the. We started working on on on blue. Velvet? If it's all right with you would like to play a clip from twin peaks. Yes. This is the scene that I think the first time I watched twin peaks. I'm thirty four now. I was like twenty. This is the scene where you playing special agent, Dale Cooper, of course, and Your diner diner with Sheriff Sherman and. Sheriff Truman is in a bit of a rush. You you give him some timeless advice. Kerry. I'm GonNa let you in on a little secret. Every day. Once. A day. Give yourself a present. Don't plan it. Don't wait for just. Let it happen. Could be a new shirt of the men's store a in your office chair or. Two Cups of good hot lack coffee. This. Like Christmas. Spot. That's nice to hear Mike On. King's voice. When you first heard about twin peaks. Was the pitch. Like this will be a cop show. and. By like two or three episodes in, you're going to have a dream where everybody's talking backwards. And we're. GonNa put it on ABC. Was it like six. Yeah. That was exactly the pitch exactly what they said and Bob Eiger is going to be a big fan. Oh. Gosh it was. I mean it was really interesting. For script northwest passage is what it was originally called before they changed the title. And I think initially I I. Know The David was always very keen on me playing agent Cooper and Mark Frost co-creator wanted to meet me and so he and I sat down and had a conversation. He was comfortable with me after that and and I really liked mark. He's terrific. And the idea was we were gonNA make. David Lynch was going to direct something for television. And that I think more than anything was what we we all wanted to expect to see to experience that because. It was such a at that time. Such an unusual unexpected thing for him to do. And the idea that David Lynch who is going to be able to beam his vision and I should say they mark has it created it together But he was going to be to beam this into people's homes just your average person around the country. I think was just too too compelling to ignore and. So we all signed on everybody joined in We all had to sign, of course, the contracts for five and a half years, and you can do all these they they own you not one of us. I think ever felt that was going to go beyond just the one episode. which they call it, which is called a back door pilot meaning that they film a two hour which basically a movie of the week. That's what you call them then. with the option to transform and turn it into a pilot. For a series potential series. and. I think we just Kinda went into it and we shot it in twenty plus days at twenty, one, twenty, four or something like that. A two hour. Movie of the week and we had a great time up in Seattle I love the character I borrowed so much from David. Vernacular were just rhythms and the pacing where things said I could hear David saying. I'm listening to the pitch of my voice from what you played. It's much higher on which younger. Yeah. I was about to mention that too. Yeah. It was like hairy. He was very much like here and So you know I was I know I was in my late twenties I guess and I think people were. Not Certain that he really was from the FBI because he seemed kind of young instead of naive and So anyway. But. It was really it was an amazing experience and I. and I figured that I think we all felt that it was just going to be one and done. And turns around ABC. Kind of fell fell in love with it. And they. Options. More episodes. and. Reshot all of those before anything ever went onto collision. So we finished the first six or seven seven, I think roughly rate shows. And they held them and then they did it with a mid season release. And That everything went crazy from there. It's funny. 'cause like I think you're basically playing this like very like J. Edgar Hoover Fifty S G man role. And just being like kind of as if that person were teleported to you know nineteen eighty nine is that right? Yeah. Eighty nine. Yeah. Yeah he was. You know he had he had so many layers. This character. But I love that at his core. He was. A moral guy he had tremendous empathy. Hit a sense of humor very dry..
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast
"Of your FTP on flat terrain and this is just very similar to our our twenty minute tests and then since there's no big climbs in your area can do a couple of things you can just ride hard going into a hill and then finish up the hill. So if one climb is six and a half minutes full gas but probably closer to eight minutes at your FTP. Jake recommends writing hard I seven to ten minutes leading into the hill and finishing the effort on the climb. It's not perfect but it's better than nothing and then second if you're doing races and rods and events that will only include climbs that are less than ten minutes than really. You just work on your vio to Max Power as opposed to your power thrash shaw surrounding hundred, hundred, fifteen percent of your FTP and then increase the amount of wraps Aka the amount of climbs per your effort. Anything else to say about that. No move onto the next question summed up. All right number two from Jeffrey. Beaumont. In Indiana, appropriate do a six minute video to test to determine via to interval. Instead of going by percentage of FTP FTP is really low percentage of my via to verify by true when our FTP tasks six powers a whopping one, hundred, thirty, three percent. FTP and I can hold one hundred, twenty percent of T- for ten minutes and we can go hard of the intensity in my training peaks workouts from my fast cat plans but have never tried doing intervals above that hundred and twenty percent of FTP. Okay Jeffrey. So actually no, it's. It's not better to determine your FTP. Your to Max intervals this just what I've just read. It just shows your strengths and your weaknesses, your two and super threshold powers. Really good. That's a strength while your FTP power could be improved with the bigger aerobic. Indian. So. Probably one thing you want to focus on training is more base more time in the saddle increase your hours, your CTO. If you're CTO, if you're training load is sixty, consider a block sweet spot training, get it up to seventy five, and then see if that doesn't move your FTP. Needle. You're just sounds like your video to is really good. So that's not to say should test differently or anything like that. We see that with athletes and it just means that. With the bigger aerobic engine you can. Ride faster. Sweet All right moving on number three Mick Green. All the way Australia, it seems as one hundred percent of oxygen to breathe after a hard ride efficient recovery aid. Okay. So thanks for your question mic supplemental oxygen is a legitimate training aid. It's legal and effective Wada did a thorough check out in two thousand and seven and. But not so much as a recovery what what you want to use. Supplemental oxygen is to mimic a train train low live, high type of model and. What supplemental oxygen is it increases your power output while you're at altitude because. At altitude that percent, there's less oxygen, and then when you put on a mask and you breathe one hundred percent oxygen, then you're simulating going down to sea level so. If you try US supplemental oxygen at sea level it won't increase your power, and then it really may only help you recover briefly and so like if you were to use a pulse ox like they do in the hospital, you know to measure your percent Hutu saturation like at the end of an interval and the time it takes a turn to like ninety eight percent saturation. I don't think you would see that much time takes it takes the go back up. You could see if o two decreases that time and incidentally this is Jackson. Do you remember those Moxie? Saturation monitors maybe like three or four years ago. Yeah this is what that that. Little Gadget. Would would help you do. This is also if you ever see. The sidelines of Football Games when? Football teams come up to Denver to play and there they go. Sit Down on the bench and they put a mask on their on their face to recover. situation where using oxygen to breathe would be beneficial. But since you asked the question and since I'm a big fan of. Supplemental Oxygen Training I just want to let you know that. For altitude dwellers in our audience supplemental oxygen isn't incredibly effective. Tool for your training and we used to have supplemental oxygen training at the Fast Performance Center. Did you ever? Use that Jackson I never got on the gas but I knew plenty of people who did. I never never I was just. For some reason never that. Curious about Dr but I, it's. It's definitely an interesting to eight is really hard work. It's super hardcore is really popular with the pros when they would come to boulder. In between like the spring classics before the Tour de France Greg Henderson was probably our most frequent flyer on the gas George Bennett worked his ass off on the gas. Jackson. Your Buddy Tom's we'd come in there. Periodically just a lot of pros were into it. You know amateurs not so much mostly just because they didn't WanNa work that hard is what I the impression I got. I've done a significant amount of supplemental oxygen and training. We have previously talked the podcast about how I peaked out at the using the performance manager chart when I did the. Colorado State Tom Trial and hit the form of my life. One of the things I did that spring was. do a ton of supplement oxidant training at the Border Center for Sports Medicine and is hard manage.
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Adams kind of looking at her like well that should be the girl, but I can't cast the garage. Yeah, because otherwise you know the cowboy will like. Destroy? Cowboys Toby which do in somebody who's frozen, my assets and stay in a crappy hotel exactly and I can't go back to my house because the pool guys there with its pool. Guys there and frankly, there's just pick paint everywhere. It's a mess and I don't want to clean it up. It's damned if I ended up. So, but betty panics a little bit. She's like. Something you know after that look. She panics and she's like well. I need to go back because hey. I need to keep this date with Rita that we were gonNA. Go check out Diane Selwyn place I had. I promised a friend. I'd help her I have to go I'm sorry I have to go. Yeah, so so she ends up back and they go. Betty Rita go to the park number twelve. which weird about that though is, it's almost it's almost like betty can sometimes smell a bad scene. But not enough. No, no, you know. She should be able to. I I feel like she should have been able to smell her way out of Danielle apartment. Cheryl yeah, exactly because you know. Hey, there's a corpse in there and sure it didn't smell very good. You think you. Would have been noticeable before they went inside and even just the whole when they get there and there's. Two guys case in joint and yeah, exactly yeah I think she's just caught up in the mystery of Rita I mean. Rita is serious very. You know very sweet and very beautiful, but very mysterious, and there is an air of danger around her that I. Think Intrigues, Betty. It's kind of like what happens with Comic Lachlan's character Jeffrey Beaumont and Blue Velvet. Exactly what happens? This dangerous, but this woman is mysterious. She needs my help. She's beautiful. I've got I've got to figure this out I. figure out what the Hell is going on here. Yeah, you're right. I didn't think about that. That is exactly the same kind of thing, yeah? So. So, he ended up apparently. Of Women Answers, but it's not Diane Selwyn. It's a neighbor. Who tells them women all? Hey! I, switched apartments with Diane. She's number seventeen. And I want to tell her that he still has some of my stuff..
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast
"IS IN GREG. Henderson. 'cause I know Matt My Buddy Matt Lido. Does the triathlon version. But I didn't know they had any this one was from a someone named Kevin in apparently he they were talking about what the world athletes were doing and how they're used with a lot more in in all that but anyway us talking about how athletes were doing twenty minute tests during a straw group Brad. Because they couldn't do it on their own in needed. That extrinsic motivation. There's I've worked with both kinds athletes. I have there's some athletes that don't need any extrinsic motivation. It all comes from within. And then there's other athletes that need to be shoulder to shoulder with other people in order to to get those to the athletes will have Do a lot of racing as for training and then the the extra I'm sorry. The intrinsic athletes those are the athletes You can Give them more intervals in more structured workouts more solo. Thanks more enrolled fashion. You don't need to do a lot of racing you know you hear about like Eddy. Merckx raised year round. And then there's like the cyclocross that hosts work was invented by the road as it needed to stay in shape over the winter because they're not intrinsically motivated to do it on their own and so you know it. This everyone is different. I definitely love Straub struggle live segments. What we're telling Kevin earlier is used. That last segment is that in your face. Real-time feedback to dig extra deep. I would technically say that said extrinsic motivation for the intrinsic motivation. You remember your goals. Remember what you're training for You know I used to train for the Big Bear Norman national every year every winter like in January when the race is still twelve weeks away. You know. I just remembered the first climb at that race. And it's that that makes her breaks and that's why you're doing what you're doing so that might be a mental trick Remember your goals and You struggle seconds even like yeah I think you know just Another cool thing. We talked about last week with the gravel. Squad is like you know if you even if you have a group of friends or even if you just have a Astrada group or club that you're apart of nearby you know look at the leaderboard for one of your local segments and just like hit that segment once a week hard and just see that improvement over time You know and just measure yourself against you know. I'm not a huge fan of comparison as I can't remember who said it but there's the famous quote. The comparison is the thief of joy. And so yet but I also agree that. It's a fantastic motivator so but if you have a group of friends that you know maybe you can do a virtual throwdown where you say you tax your buddies a nearby or you know your team or whatever and say hey were throwing the gauntlet down on this segment. Who has the fastest time by the end of April or the end of May wins? You know a case of beer or like a folk Some some prize. That's you know that gives you that just that little extra carrot to to keep to keep training hard and Mike going for it. It or Roosevelt love the Google. He said that. Yeah all right well moving on got a couple more questions here from father. O'leary Number one given the gravel writ ride racing trend in the US currently where to the fast team seat evolving developing. We see the variety. But events broaden decatur to all interest from crushing arrays environment to riding in adventure will it narrowed down as to what is must successfully us most successful commercially Father Larry I like your question to and Even though I know you're New Zealand T shirt as well so Let's see so you know. I just wrote a training tip for not a train tip just a blog post for Pearl Izumi. Go over there find it. I wrote the title of that was called Gravel Racing Dan now. Am You know what I see happening in? The gravel scene is very much like when I got into mountain biking the late ninety S. And when I I if you read this post basically. I went To Norman National Helen Georgia of all places in the mountains there and it was a World Cup not just US racers but like the best racers from all over the world like this Guy Little Guy named Miguel Marquez won the race. He was like one of the best mountain bike racers in the world at that time. John Tomac was aired net over and Pete Weber was there Who's the director up order to your cycling? Juli Furtado won the women's anyway back than mountain. Biking was just going off and they had this expo area in in this expo. Area was a ton of free stuff and I didn't even know it but I went to the expo area. Jackson Oakley was emerging bran. They had this like super bad ass like wrapped F to fifty pickup with the top and they had the hood pulled down and there was a dude selling. Oakley's out of the back of this truck in. I couldn't even afford it because I was in graduate school. But guess what? I'm an Oakley customer now I mean and then like Do you remember gortex cables? Well you can take your bike and leave it with them and they would install gortex cables on your bike. I was CORTEX and every single brand was doing that. Like Pedro's you know would give you free degreaser and chain Lube and in in all that and so. That's where gravel is now is far as Would become a race environment or an adventure. I think it can be both whatever you want it to be You know we were talking about doing a bike packing trip at Inc. it's whatever you WANNA do. Think the most the as far as racing goes you're GONNA see I think there was seven hundred racers before the corona hit. Seven hundred race is down. I think you'll see a little bit of evolution in like survival of the fittest. I think a lot of racers. The success of a race kind of depends on You know the popularity is like. Is it a fun event in your? You'RE GONNA come back and pay your money again. Those are the ones that are GONNA do. Well I mean that's why road racing is dead is because you know for too long the USA. Cycling in the local racing organizations let promoters could on crappy events in you know. That's why I'll use the I mean I've done a Rayson in eastern Colorado. We went back and forth underneath the freeway. You know the thing sought and you know everyone in the parking lot is angry. The sign up process was awful. And then you get dropped up but there's nothing to do but getting your car and go home in a gravel race is is not like that. We could go on though something for everyone. There's distances that for everyone and you know it's just it's the experience I think the more that these gravel races in events can cater to that experience that transcends just the race itself of having you know like you said a really cool expo really great food and drinks and community and different. I mean you know. It's it's kind of Goofy but even here in Idaho Rebecca's private Idaho. There's this thing at the end of the weekend called the Golan coughing world championships. Where it's like this drinking game where you slide this huge mug of beer dash and drink it and you know Yuri Hoswald out there dressed up as a Yeti. He's like chugging beer and it's like even if you're not partaking it's just fun and it's like it's you know you're out there you're connecting with other people. You're meeting amazing people. Everyone is in this shared experience of suffering and riding their bike in gorgeous beautiful places. And that's what you're paying for not necessarily just like. Oh Yeah I got like top twenty in my age group like no one really cares that much about that. It's more about. You know feeling like you accomplish something getting through the hundred and forty miles of steamboat gravel or whatever it is and then you know chatting with your buddies in people that you wrote with afterwards. I think that's the beauty of it now. And that's what you want to hang. Yeah you WANNA hang out with these people afterwards. If you do a crate you wanNA fight everyone afterwards. It's like it. It's not that fine in Tan to your question father. O'leary will we see a variety of events? I think we already are there. Just less Like we decay. And beat up your. There's stuff like the Oregon trail race which is a five day camping stage race and I haven't athlete actually Dave Question is doing that. Hopefully it happens. You know events like grind euro which is like you know. It's half hardy half by Grad race thing. You're that's on my bucket list So I think you're gonNA see a wide variety of this is like Like a Seattle. We have a bike festival in Pedro's does a bike festival. Chris has a mountain bike fat tire festival. It's less race. There is across countries there. But it's more about you know hey come to crestview this weekend. We're GONNA ride bikes to hang out. We're GONNA have fun in all that he'll Yeti the brand mountain bike brands have this. Yeti trap weekend at you all just go there. There is no racing. It's just just Bro Rotting let's do one more final question for Mark Anderson in Sydney Australia. Hey Frank has going any inside word on this year. Change OF DATE OFF TILL NEXT YEAR. Everyone keeps their entry Mark Changing flights I would be willing to bet. You're going to be raised in a dirty cancer. This fall and the Jackson. I think we were talking about this before we went online. But I'll leave everyone in the gravel community with this Race schedule steamboat. Mid August fingers crossed Rebecca's dirty Kanza in September. That that just that's my guess. I don't have any specific knowledge. The big sugar is October. Twenty fourth number one. We thought that was so late in the year. It's going to be Middle Middle Season Belgian waffle Rod November second. That should gravel season. It's going to be super find other in California in the fall. It's always been fond of season. You Got Levi's find out you got fills Fonda Yen's these Ondo. You can raise a fond of every week in the fall. So everyone out there. Keep Riding Your bikes. Basically we're GONNA to have a season August through November. I think all right I think. That's IT Suber Jackson. You have two minutes to stare. I'm two minutes. I think my my pick for the for my other t-shirt question since you already got them is Jeffrey Beaumont I liked the philosophical..
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast
"Speed targets Make sure you're going full gas when you cross the start line of the straw segment. That's a that's a fill tip so blind. Start flying start absolutely. Don't have a foot down at the start of the your waste precious seconds while you're coming up to speed like when we did the the flag staffs segment still started like a collage back in just ramped outlet. A Time He. Oh yeah by the time. He began the segment. I mean he's already like at four hundred sixty watts just drilling so that that. But that's how that's how you do it. You know overall Kevin Have Fun with it and then if you do this you know so. I have a lot of athletes. I'll just put Straw hunting on their training plan but if he wants to do it in the context of an Amex drive zone to beforehand city. Have all your own for the year? segment PR attend and then afterwards Amex portion of the rat. Alright he has a follow up question unrelated I'm trying soundtrack wing in the kitchen and not visit the grocery stores frequently for fresh produce Yovany tips. You're practicing at this time. Can you comment on the merits of canned vegetables? Comparative Fresh He is stocked up on sweet potatoes garlic onions rice. Yes I have lots of I think that yeah. Obviously who knows how long we're going to be in this situation I think it's a smart idea to visit the grocery store as infrequently as possible As as this virus spreads it's going to be it's going to be more and more of a petri dish unfortunately so I think that there's no problem in reducing your fresh produce intake a bit during this time. I think it's fine to to be less focused on that. It's not going to you know ruin your health. You're not going to die of scurvy or something because you're not eating. You know fresh lettuce every day and you know it depends on what you have access to your growth local grocery store. My local grocery stores are pretty cleaned out at the moment in terms of like frozen stuff but frozen produce in frozen like frozen fruit and vegetables are actually extremely healthy. Because they are picked at more often than not peak ripeness and they've actually done studies on this that they have Higher Nutrient quality because they're picked and then flash frozen immediately to maintain the nutrient quality and so if you can find frozen spinach and Kale trader. Joe's has amazing selection of like frozen vegetables and things like that frozen fruit. I have a huge bag of frozen blueberries that I put in my oatmeal and smoothies. And whatever that's a great staple to rely on think same thing with canned canned soups and veggies stuff. But I wouldn't stress too much about it. I would focus more on. The hardy staples like oats lentils beans. Potatoes you know Frozen canned soups and chilies. And things. Like that. And and you know if you can get a big bag of apples apples last a while. just things like that. Try Not to stress. Do what you do the best you can. And don't over think you'd think we mentioned in last week's podcast. You'RE GONNA have to be flexible with your winning in the kitchen this this timeframe so that you avoid the grocery store can I mean at Baden Gazillion Black beans cans and then also bought a bag of uncooked? Black beans are just lintels at something like that. So Be Flexible Kevin be smart like stocked up on the sweet potatoes. Sounds also. Yeah that's gotTA. I hadn't thought of the frozen vegetables Jackson I mean they have. I've seen frozen sweet potatoes cubes frozen butternut squash cubes frozen. You Know Kale Everything so You know you can also if you find that you could also buy a bunch of frozen are in a bunch of fresh produce. Cook it up or just have or just freeze your Kale and spinach and stuff. You're on your own and just have it on hand but Nick it's going to be fine. I have is an interruption to the question Phil Game and just text me. What is my threshold right now. He knew we were doing this. Ed So Still hasn't done a twenty minute test lately. But he has a quick like historical analysis on training peaks. He did Two twenties the other day at three ninety five watts and since I was about twenty. That wasn't a true chaining chest. This kind of goes back to are using Norman's power high-caste to determine your FTP that doesn't apply to fill fill likes to ride around and go hard for strawberry. Komo so I used his mean. Maximum Power Chart Cherry pick in his current threshold. Plus I have like five years the data with him and basically. I'm looking at our text message. Exchange in last month filled it a. Komo attempt did about four hundred. Ten Watts wasn't as hard as he can go. He's with a friend. And so if you take seven point. Five percent less fills got a well-developed ANAEROBIC system so not not five percent. Less is not good enough to be ten percent last but I used to use seven and a half percent less At three hundred eighty watts and so then he was like I don't know I think it's more and I'm like yeah probably because he has been historically over four hundred watts and basically he did. He did brass balled last month. Rest bald is that super famous. Not supervise sorry super steep climb in Georgia that was used in the the tour Georgia in. He did for twenty five watts from bottom to top of that. So now we have a range. He's probably between You know you can't take five or seven and a half percent last fourteen minutes. That's too short too much too. Great of an ANAEROBIC system contribution to the power output of that. But it does help us put his in the range anyway so I think those to do a twenty minute tasks and he's going to use for twenty five is kind of a like a ballpark to pace himself up in then To try to do that but if he did historically has been about four hundred feet Amadou a quick calculation for if he did a four thirty turns. That'd be about four hundred so I said three eighty but now he you the other the other but I get this question a lot. And that's why I wanted to share. It's what's And then it's like okay. Let's look at your data. Here's what we kinda think it is in what often lacks in. An athlete's is data. Set is a true as hard as you can go. Twenty minute effort. And then everyone postulates. Oh I think I could do this. It's like just go out and do it prove it. This is what we use data Ford's real information. Just go out. See what you can do. This is why I'm such a fan of the twenty minute test. And now then then you'll know that will answer your question in K next question from Joel white question around indoor outdoor FTP in intensity. We kind of answered that. I know it's coming out different. Ftp numbers inside and outside. But how should offer intensity when Ben ultimately feeds into tss with the Colorado spring weather in trying to limit Chance of crashes while riding outside of doing more swift riding in races should I make manual judgments to my tss numbers based on FTP? Numbers that I put up inside on the trainer versus outdoors. Okay so this kind of gets back to Dr Dave's question indoor outdoor FTP. Here's the deal physiologically you have one. Ftp right your legs and your physiology. They don't care if you're indoors or outdoors that like it's just by mechanically. You're unable to do the same power indoors as you can outdoors and there's probably listeners out there that can and that that's great good but I do not subscribe to this have an indoor. Ftp outdoor FTP. It physiology does not work that way if you want to make it super complicated. Joel and adjust your threshold each time. You're indoors or outdoors to accurately calculate your FTP. I have been there done that. It is a brain sought mess. And I don't recommend it just we are talking about three T. S. S. Point five percent if you do like a two hour ride so if you WanNa get that detailed with your training and go there Be My guess but Man Just keep it keep it simple and just acknowledged the fact that you can't make as much watson doors as you can outdoors. Don't miss the forest for the trees there. You go baby all right next question number nine from Jeffrey Beaumont. My question deals more with the big picture. Long-term training for example a very fast twitch twenty year old male. Who's jumping into cycling with AN ATHLETIC BACKGROUND? Big engine proficiency. What should somebody like this? Focus on set themselves up for success one year from now two they focus on continually building aerobic capacity in FTP What's the big picture for somebody looking to progress from cat? Five two to three fitness twelve eighteen months. What kind of commitment does require We do all over again. How would you done it? Mainly interested in road racing cyclocross. Okay Well great question. Jeff Jeffrey I think when you originally asked it I didn't know what you are training for and now that we do for road and cyclocross one of the things that is going to help you. The most is developing your ANAEROBIC system super super high in power for attacks. Counter-attacks presumably jumping out of corners via. You're going to be doing a Lotta criterion racing in of course cyclocross which is all anaerobic an so you wanna develop your aerobic system. Now that's not to say that the you know you don't want to neglect your base. So you have a couple of goals That you want to achieve all these only sports are aerobic whether you're doing a five minute pursuit or you now dirty cancer or twenty four hour race you need to have a well developed aerobic system. This is sweet spot training Ladas. You know you need to ride a lot more. You ride the more developed the more you will develop your aerobic system now. That said you don't WanNa do. Just you know aerobic training. We need to develop your your Your anaerobic capacity so when I was coming along One of my strengths is. I did a bazillion one minute intervals. Bats that at that time. This is the late nineties early. Two thousand this is how you power through Technical terrain on the mountain bike in its why a lot of road racers get into these mountain bike races or in Chris and they just they go off the back right away. They don't have a well-developed in ROIC systems. They just ride POWs house so that like don't neglect in so go through blocks of the of training in where you do you know some anaerobic training and don't forget your video to either so One year from now is really just b-actor ATP podcast in develop your ANAEROBIC Cup. Sorry your annual training plan in planning all out you. WanNa you WANNA live weights? You WanNa go through a base as you go through a high intensity interval training phase you want to race you gotta get. Experience from these race is more than just training. You need skills. And the knowledge and the know how to learn how to race in And then also Yahya saying cat. Five two to fitness in twelve eight months time you're physiological traits are but set your goal if you're young which it sounds like you are Just don't like cap it off it twelve months or eighteen months you know. The best cyclists have been doing this for ten fifteen years. Usa Cycling Takes the Best Juniors when they're eighteen and then while they used to but it gives them seven years to belt so from eighteen to twenty five seven years a racing world tour in then. Maybe then you're ready to graduate dude. I know everyone's different. But that's the general model so give yourself more than twelve to eighteen months time. Do you want mentors at your bike? A Lot. Love it adding all the guys and the gals that that make it. They all are like I just love ride. My bike allow training love the process. And give yourself five years or more and look to improve each year. Yeah I'll just At my philosophical touch to that. Say that You know it's easy when you're fresh into cycling new into cycling even like you know you a year and a half into cycling to get really excited get Kinda Ansi and make huge goals and be really focused on this kind of outcome based perspective of trying to get to a cat one or a cat too and I've been there myself. Trust me like I was obsessed with getting my cat when upgrade and you know when I did it was it was cool but then I got my ass kicked in all the races and it wasn't as fun anymore because I was like getting slaughtered. But so yeah I.
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Jeffrey Beaumont that he's always like this or he's always he's been like this but I personally like the idea that Jeffrey has to come home after his father has a heart attack and he's bored and that's why he does that. He stumbles into things that he's not ready for it. He shouldn't be seeing because because he's bored and does it. No one else to do. I kind of prefer that narrative to that. This is the type of Guy Geoffrey is. I like the felt so I like the fact that he doesn't like it. The deleting the scene prevents him from being the guy that was willing to go watch a girl get rate exactly exactly he was like almost willing to watch that and it makes you not like Jeffrey a little bit right and so I am glad this one is when came out yeah Kershaw now he goes to answer the phone after finally telling rape guide US leave the girl alone <hes> and Louise you know makes a comment. She's like you know what stupid project are you into now. See that's another thing that's that's another thing where he's obviously doing some- done this before something right yes or he just has weird interests or Eko where he goes off by himself or goes into his own little world and it's obviously but obviously bugs bugs Louise Jeffers. Mom tells him about his dad. She wants him to come home. That's another thing that's interesting about. These deleted scenes <hes> I really now have an intense dislike for jefferies. Mom exactly it is really change your outlook on Jeffrey's mom I would agree with you one hundred percent on that because in the movie he and his mom seemed to have a strained almost antagonistic relationship with each other yeah and you I think with you and I- Charles we can sort of relate to Jeffrey little bit being an only child of married parents and if something happened to our fathers and we had to come home well I think we would be we would act very very differently towards our mothers and so and with with explains why he doesn't yeah and Geoffrey Geoffrey Moore Jeffries mom comes out to be very controlling rolling and they're very controlling and it's not a good look basically no. It's not a good look and it's it's something you'd never quite Kinda. Get from the from what winds up in the movie like is Jeffrey here for a little bit or is he home for good to run the store like is he elegant to run the store for like a year or is he going to run the store until like you're like you you. You're Kinda like with Jeffrey like you don't know how long he's supposed to be there. Yeah exactly so that makes you wonder like okay so why is he getting involved with his wisey bothering getting involved with Sandy <hes> and even the people at the store say you know it's good to have you here. We need you here right now so but you never quite you never quite know if he's been what he seems like. He's seems more like he's wants to be there without this deleted scene yeah and I think he likes the like. He's willing to help out because of his father being sick. That's the time I get in the in the actual film right right and I think he likes the hardware store. People say seems like the knows them. He likes them yeah yeah. He's happy to hang out there but you don't really get the feeling end. You also don't see much Jeffrey. Lang Jeffries always wearing the same clothes I mean he's not. He doesn't seem to have a lot of his things so it doesn't seem like he would have just come back from college so but yeah this gives you a really good look into y. Jeffrey seems so lost when he's back home in these looking for something he's looking for something and why he seems to have such an antagonistic relationship with his mother but at the same time and and we can talk about these intimate at the same time I think these deleted scenes give a really good look into his sweet relationship with Barbara and we can talk about that now so yes so <hes> <hes> Jeffries mom wants him to come home for good. He's like now <hes>. She says his father Syria conditions serious. There may not be money to keep him in college she selling him like Oh. You know you can pack your things due. Pack your things now so you don't have to make a trip back rate which is very controlling thing and the fact that you find out later that she has not told the father yes so yes <hes> so Jeffrey is up next seen Gene Sangabodi was college friends. He asked Lewis to come with him to the airport but she can't get out of class for some reason I love you like she's very noncommittal with him. He's way more into her than she is an in the him obviously obviously as we find out after this yeah yes. She says she loves him. He says Oh call her kisses her goodbye his mom drives and then we we see his mom driving him home from the airport says his father has some kind of clot or tumor and maybe in the I._C._U.. For Two more weeks right 'EM BARBARA is in the car <hes> of course played by the fabulous frontier <hes> Francis Bay Bay yes. I was blinking her name there for a second so far MRS Chaufour Mrs tremont. Take your pick your pick yet. <hes> let's dealer's choice on that one in Barbara's talking about the airport not being crowded and it wasn't crowded on Oh my God the A._p.. A._M._p.. He was torn down now for those who don't know A._D._p.. Was a supermarket chain back in the day and <hes> so in a small town the in peace remark going away with there's a big deal is especially Barbara. Jeffrey tells her though that that was five years ago so we know that aunt Barbara is probably leading with Jeffords family because she's got a little bit of dementia. Exactly I still don't know who aunt Barbara is. I'm not she's her. She's an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in mystery rapid invest <hes> I don't know if she's Jeffries Mother's sister or aunt or Jeffrey's father sister we're on to you know how we at Burger shows up but yeah emperor bre is just but that's the thing that's the thing that happens in small towns in close knit families that you have sick relatives and they come to live with you she. She's just Weirdo lady that came out of a painting that was hanging jeffries bedroom one day that makes sense. I bet she's got a grandson walking around that you like that yeah. That's very subtle fire walk with me reference if you catch that one <hes> all right so <hes> so they pulled into the driveway Jeffrey goes upstairs to his old room which is when if especially now in this context as to be really depressing because he doesn't want to be see with all of this stuff he thought he was leaving behind and except I would've taken those bad ass lamps if I were Jeffrey and he looks the first thing he does though once he gets in there after he turns on the light he looks through the blinds so that right there is a big <hes> foreshadowing. What has he been he sort of it's sort of reminds me of deal Cooper as a child you know looking at the neighbors and that sort of thing so <hes> <hes> if there had been a tape recorder in there yeah thirty maybe maybe when call Louise so much on the phone if he had just had a dictaphone Chessen all right so the next morning jeffries mom and aunt are having eating breakfast? Maya's mom calls him down for breakfast Jeffrey sits down and asked when they're when visiting hours. Are you know for his father <hes> his mom says you're going to have to walk over because I need the car right which as mom you know that as he's walking to the hospital that's when he walked through the field and that's he finds the year so exactly so we sort of are able to get an idea of where these are are falling into the film pretty much yeah. It's pretty easy easy. <hes> Ma is mom tells him that his dad thinks he's just home for a visit like you were talking about apparently telling him would have been too much for him. Manny maybe not Mrs who knows she tells Jeffrey to go along with it. But of course he's not really feeling it no he's. He's Kinda. He's Kinda ticked off about it but justifiably so in my opinion and he's a little bit antagonistic with his mother but but again he's Kinda joking with aunt Barbara Yeah. Yes mom says No. There's a chance you could go back to college one day. <hes> an aunt Barbara says don't get depressed and Jeffrey says he'll try not to get depressed right so they seem to have a decent relationship at least yeah they do. It seems like she's probably been living there. Since he was maybe nine or ten or something he feels comfortable picking on her a little bit better dementia but he's not cruel about it and it is probably right. He's talked about it and she's probably been there when he's been like she probably never took care of him like she probably never babysat him or something so he's able to sort of be the sort of joking relationship with her a little bit more than <hes> then somebody who had been like his mother or something if she'd been there since he was born that kind of thing she's probably been someone that's been around in his <hes> in his room Jeffery. He calls Louise Turns out she was asked out already didn't take long did it. He says he's not sure if he's coming back to college. He'll call her and a couple of days. It's could it be an eventful couple of days for Louisa. Meanwhile downstairs mom and aunt Barbara are washing dishes while singing my darling clementine kind of adorable. It is kind of adorable yeah so that's kind of makes me wonder if AH Barbara is related to his mother. That's what I'm thinking. Yeah think they're sisters or something because they're saying yeah they have a sisterly relationship. It seems like right there sisters or ed amp Barbara's actually the mom's aunt but maybe like the younger Sir Geoffrey great aunt or something maybe yeah I can't quite tell but it's it's Kinda hard to say. That was the one thing that made me think that they might they're probably that's. That's the family lineage for Aunt Barbara. Is that <hes> <hes> next scene Jeffrey shows up the Williams home.
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast
"Know. You're right your experiences and you tend to you can adapt them <unk> as you see fit and that's what David Lynch did there with that scene was that he you know he took that memory. That obviously is especially if he's younger. It's pretty firmly cemented his brain Anne screen for everybody to share with everybody and that just shows that yeah it there's a there's an underbelly to to a small town and it's not as it's not as David Lynch weird as you think I mean this is this. This kind of stuff happens so in the town like Lumberton. No one is safe. No one is innocence visit no one is you knew it was going that. I knew I knew exactly where you're going so yeah. That's the thing it's like <unk>. I'm sure that twin peaks is not the only town in you know in the history of small towns that has a cocaine addicted homecoming queen. You know that that's that's not that far <unk> stretch when you really think about when you really take a look at things it's really not that it's not something we want to admit and it's not the image that we wanted project but it's it's the it's the truth. It's the case so I think it's this film that actually probably helped Lynch inch figure out the most of what you know where his specialty lied was was yes Americana coming you know him growing up in the fifties <hes> where everything's all bright and clean and whatnot but he lynch has this interest in like okay. Let's look under this rock and what's under this Raleigh and what's GonNa Crawl out and what secretly hiding in the shadows and if you think about the nineteen fifties. There's that contrast there's a contra. There's a couple of there's a couple of versions of the nineteen fifties. There's the nineteen fifties the Eisenhower Nineteen in your fifties that we all like to remember the Howdy doody era all that yeah right exactly the how duty the Donna Reed leave it to beaver. There's that kind of fifties where nobody locked their doors and everyone was all that kind of stuff women limited pleated skirts in poodle the poodle skirts yeah yep the guys all the guys pipes and wore suits and yes exactly exactly I never all the kids went down to the malt shop after school that kind of thing there's that nineteen fifties but then there's also the nineteen fifties of no coloreds. There's a nineteen fifties of McCarthyism in the nineteen fifties of Frederick worth of the Cold War then there's the nineteen fifties of the Cold War. There's there's that intolerant nineteen fifties yes but fifth columns also tonight yeah there's also the nineteen fifties of Betty Page and Jean Bill Brew and all of that you know bizarre magazine and things like that that sort of <hes> risque hills Charles Moulton. You know that that nineteen fifties that Charles moton was a little before that but but that's sort of like the guy that created wonder won by away. Yes that's William Charles Moulton yeah and <hes> there's not there's a there's a real. There's a nineteen fifties. There's an upside down yeah. Basically it's like if you watched the show stranger things. There's the it's like the upside down right right and it's it's there but it's like comey hidden from view right but it's but it's their nose there. I mean it's it's it's kind of also like dairy dairy Maine where everybody knows horrible Shit's going on but nobody talks about it. You know we just sort of turn a blind eye to it and I think David Lynch does a fantastic job of integrating those different elements of Nostalgia Americana Small Town where you have the the Jeffrey Beaumont Jeffrey Beaumont College Kid Dad owns the hardware store <hes> white picket fence and that's in the opening shot right there that you know you know the Lynch makes a point of this of showing like a red white and blue the red flower lower the white rice lower the way exactly so it's like again pure Americana that he's predicting and then you have Sandy Williams in her parents you know her dad is the cop and <hes> in her boyfriend. Is Mike The quarterback this whole there. Is there a sweet wholesome family and yeah they you know they have people over for dinner and and <hes> might sandy has her boyfriend and whatnot and right but even that even with that sort of situation was a football player if a player who I you know. I wonder if he's has some sort of lead. It seems like we we need to get there. I know but then you have this local. Also there's a slow club. There's Dorothy Allen's there's frank booth and his Ganger hoagies and then then there's the yellow man who was a cop. I mean you have Chad's you know small of Chad exactly and Robbie is probably related to Chad. He's probably like chat my grandfather or something I bet you grandpa Chad Chad exactly so there's a lot of a lot of stuff going on in a small town in David Lynch's a great job of meshing that but he also adds. It's in the banality of small town life that whole can I borrow the car sure don't go to Lincoln but you know the two the two women just sitting watching television the the slowness of a small town the banality of life <hes> just life in general in life has life can have a banality. Even if you're if you're not leaving some sort of jet set life. There are days when you're washing dishes. You know there are days when you're just watering the lawn you know and that's when you have your heart attack. That's the thing there is a sloan isn't of analogy life in general and David Lewis is a fantastic job of mixing all that stuff together and even though sometimes I think he goes on a little too long with it like when I watch those deleted scenes. There's only a couple that I kind of wish we're in the movie. <hes> we'll talk about those. We'll talk about those yeah exactly but I think <hes> it gets you can understand why they were cut. Totally get where they were cut. They were cool but you totally get where they were cut and or even when when you go over to Ben's house for Ben Justice Yeah hanging out you know these are there's people that are just drunker hodge sitting around their house which I don't know about you Charles but I knew a lot of people in college just did that. It's like just come over and we'll get high. It's like all right fine. Can we maybe order pizza or watch a movie board here but <hes> eight is a fantastic job of mixing that together and Blue Velvet. I think he really did sort of fide. Find his feet with it because David Lynch obviously can do anything you know <hes> personally I like do I can't help it. I like it. I'm right here with you. I'm a big Dune supporter yeah even though you know he talks about how Dune was such a failure and then that what kind of <hes> this was kind of his rebound movie from Dune but had I liked plus. We do have problems but it's beautiful yeah you know it's gorge and there's a there there there's of course eraserhead which is like a stream of consciousness type of film. It's not supposed is to be linear but then there's then there's the elephant man which has struggle tournament that is beautiful and wonderful and fabulous performances and yeah he can do. He can do anything but I think this is really his force. Hey this type thing I don't mean to Pigeonhole to hold him and I don't mean to because even when you have settled anybody's capable pigeonholing David Lynch true even when you have something like a lost highway yeah where they're not in a small town there in Los Angeles. They're kind had a Hollywood people. They still have this sort of or Mahalla drive drive yet. This is what we show you but this is what's really going on. There's always a darkness somewhere to be found exactly glitz glamour aw right right and you might be going to all the right parties and meeting other at people and doing all the right things but Robert Blake is gonNA come up to you to party and it's going to be bad and you know when you think about just somebody ready as living just a ordinary life that Balthasar getty is living at home with Gary Busey in his you know his girlfriend Natasha Gregson Wagner and Oh is it. He wakes up and he some guy in a prison and how the hell did that happen so you know because it happens yeah. He's like look like it. Does you know watch waking up to find out she somebody else exactly. It's as you're looking at box in looking in a box yet. It's very twin peaks outside right now Charles is I can't have a window yeah. I'm with you have a window. I don't I'm here. I'm here in the basement of solitude Yep. It does windows assault other now belongs to trees in my reflection. Oh yeah the trees are a <hes> Israel it. It's like it's like ghost would here. It's a ghost. We didn't hear yet all right so <hes> you ready rented this <hes> criterion version down. Yes let started. I learned okay so <hes> <hes> we now we've. I've already talked <hes> the film <hes> when we back in episode thirty two way back on April twelfth twenty eighteen if anyone wants to come to know our thoughts about you know the film as we the actual storyline line so I love it. We love the film obviously <hes> we'll see we're going to talk about the film but we're not GONNA go into. Obviously you know the the plot point by plot point detail because hey we talked about that. You can go back and you can go back episode thirty two if you want that. That's like supplemental material to this <hes> we we figured that you would probably rather talk about the new stuff that hasn't been released and <hes> obviously so that of course includes like all the deleted scenes that were just talking about all the extra documentaries and all and whatnot new the booklet that has all kinds of interesting information in it. We'll talk about that <hes>. I thought we had good four four hours of extra steps so I'm guessing you probably you know everyone out there. Listening to this probably does not want to sit for it through four hours of us because hey why would you sit through four hours of you can sit through four two hours of supplemental features <unk> exactly Raya Blue Velvet. So what will if you're if you're even the remotest fan of his movie. You need to buy this blu-ray. It's not getting it because you know an an. I'm comparing it to see. I'm personally compared area to this two thousand five D._V._D.. Really's that's what I had until three weeks ago and I'm really glad that upgraded although there are some similarities in the D._v._d.. And there's a lot of differences obviously obviously <hes> there's some features on the D._v._d.. That were not carried over to keep both of them. Yes yeah because <hes> now. There's a couple ones. You're probably obviously going to go to the BLU ray Moore but every so often you might WanNa Crack Open The D._v._d...
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Frank booth and the well dressed men, and there's a similar kind of reveal right that Frank booth is the well dressed, man. When will dress fuck that man knows where you're fucking them tied. Fuck. Probably whole term papers to be written about the parallels between body Dublin blue velvet, I mean, there's a lot you know, beyond the voyeurism in the stripping women and the witnessing of violent interactions. You know, there's a shot at the beginning of the vampire's kiss where you find the the carpenter has put his own name on one of the tombstones, and that's kind of thing that you find in blue velvet in the Valance apartment. There's the production designer put his own name as one of the tenants. Like, there's lots of minor and major parallels between these two films. I wonder if Lynch was aware of depalma's film because the script predates depalma's film. But it came out like I think they finished it like a year after blue velvet year after body double. Yeah. Well, I mean, they're both definitely drinking for that same Hitchcock. Well, with a lot of the stuff, it's strange to me that Jeffrey Beaumont's first-name. So with J that Jake scully's first name starts with j Jack Terry from. Blow out and then Jake Scully was not the original name of the character. And here was John Sculley in the column. John completely threw the script. And so some time after that they decided to go from John to Jake, which I think it was good..
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"And I know that actually through some people I remember Denzel Washington talking about how terribly confusing Brian depalma's mission impossible movie was which really perplexed me. I'm just like how could you be confused hit movie? But okay, he didn't like that whole idea of the the figuring out of stuff and showing things that may not be one hundred percent true. Because the thing that I like the most about this series of images that we're getting from Jake's recollection to say how Alexander revel set up this whole situation. He knows that. Now that reveal is Bouchard, but he does. Not know that the shard is the NBN. And so we get this great shot of the Indian with his mirrored sunglasses, and we see Sam Bush arts reflection in those mirrored sunglasses. And it's just like, oh, that's nice hit. He's wrong at this point. But it's a great moment of him saying like no this happened. This happened this happened, and it isn't until he's down in this grave in Holly body has been kidnapped and thrown into this grave that we get the conflicts of events now of the cost or phobia, the final claustrophobia scene and then him pulling the makeup off of the Indians face and revealing Sam underneath there. So that is such a nice moment when he realizes and when he actually is the prizes like Sam like SAM's gonna stop when he does. Like like by saying his name like it's Jake. Hey, what are you doing? Hey, snap out of it, buddy. Mission impossible. It just occurred to me to that Amelio Estevez dies in an elevator in that movie. A rather other time before one has unmasking scene as well. Like this. That's not dissimilar. But I think he gets a one of those spikes through his eyes member service in the is. Yeah. Ooh. Yeah. That was bad. He gets drilled his well, yeah. This ending really gave them a lot of problems. Like, this is not the ending that we read in the screen play. Again. I mentioned before the dog was not in the screenplay. So the dog being there alerting Sam to Jake's presence, and all this was not part of it and the saly breakable glass, SAM's truck window. I it's gotta take a lot for dog to jump through glass like that. But hey, you know, again, there's magic in this movie's just a quite any sort of weird things with magic as far as that goes. But yeah, this is I'd love this whole sequence. And I love when Jake is powerless there at the bottom of the grave and just those tall walls, going up and SAM's voice again being distorted and basically taunting him as he's pouring dirt down onto Jake into Holly sick. It's funny that the the dog breaks through the glass with the same ease that Jake Scully breaks through the grave in the script or he's basically buried alive, and then just somehow emerges somehow. He makes a little air pocket with his arm or something. I'm like how does that work? I had a really difficult time visualizing that ending. I'm glad we didn't have to watch it. Yeah. Me too that that original ending. It's confusing because it lingers on the original ending. He's burying Holly body alive. And it's it's it shown to be kind of. Said that she's she's powerless. She's struggling she's terrified. She's being buried alive and it plays at least in my head run reading it. Like kind of troubling. Sequence. But then when Jake comes into save her she's in on it with Sam. And she ultimately like they they bury him alive. Like they team up that she's actually revealed to be a villain in a sense. And the the way that diploma reimagined it for the film. She becomes she's a likeable character. She remains one of the good guys. And they also they moved the location of it from maybe like a wooded area to write on a body of water. So it has his ridiculous. But wonderful kind of conclusion at the reservoir with the drowning and the dog, there's a reservoir. There's a dog I'm seeing a pattern here when you were talking about how Jake miss discerns that Sam is in coats with India. It was it was just reminiscent of Hoen Jeffrey Beaumont in in blue velvet is observing both..
"jeffrey beaumont" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Because i'm not quite sure what the hell is going on but i know it's had she will pot all of these different possibility and that's exciting to me what a kind of reminds me of like a lynch film in that way we can go back in reinterpreted rian joy reexperience all these things in there's actually a moment in here where i was reminded a lot of lynch when they go to visit madam shool and she's all wrapped up kind of like a mummy which we'll talk about later on in that that shot of her mouth and the missing tooth i don't know what it was but i you know the way that lynch will shoot miles a lot especially in things like fire walk with me with all these closeups of mouths and then also just the way that madam shoe was playing there can remind him you jeffrey beaumont's father at the beginning a blue velvet and just that the whole thing of that you know you're talking about before alex the stripping away of the surface level is so much of what like something like blue velvet as he'll going under that matt of grass at the beginning in seen that insect life teaming i mean that's kind of what we're doing here is like seeing the surface level and then being able to pull that off though it's interesting that our main character it's like he has a vision but most people would say that he's just crazy but it seems like he seeing the world as a really is when it comes to his vision of things certainly lynch i'd say for for me the film um that no moshe resonates with it you just pure subjectively my mind is eyes wide shut.