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"larry clark" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Yeah, okay. So back to the show trials. But the perception. I mean, you're a person who 'cause I do information warfare. So as a profession, try to change narratives and affect people, which is what they're doing. This is information. I'm following in your footsteps. I'm following in Seb's footsteps. I'm following an Andrew breitbart's footsteps. I hope. That's the goal. And frankly, like I said, this looks like this whole show looks like Russia gate part three, 5, whatever. It's at least three. They had two impeachments. And that was like no one talks about that. And then now, it's just endless Russia gate, which is why, again, not to like plug forever, but the movie plot against the president is still key to see because it lays out the blueprint for how they conduct these information ops. And so if for no other reason, but that, for our breakdown of how they wash information through the FBI through a certain New York Times or Washington Post or whatever back into the FBI and it becomes a criminal situation. And then you find yourself in a place where mister the potential attorney general, mister Larry Clark, was being raided in the middle of the night in the exact same way we describe Roger Stone's raid, where it was more about humiliation. I mean, that's Chinese tactics to bring people out in their sleepwear in front of their neighbors. That's part of the point. That's not an accident. And it's so disgusting. And I've had to deal with so many people who I'm actually close with, having to deal with this absolutely ridiculous show trial. And it is ruined people's lives. Like, I like to make a joke out of everything on Twitter. That's my, you can assume everything I tweet is with the laughing emoji because I just find it all so ridiculous that sometimes they just have to say silly things. And that's just what I do. It's all just on a level of absurdity. But at the same time, we must remember, people's lives are being destroyed every single day. The next round of subpoenas. That's another hundreds and thousands of dollars of legal fees for people that have had nothing to do with anything. When no crime was committed and they're all being dragged through the mud. And where do people go to get their reputations back as we say? And actually, one of my favorite things that's happening is my one of my co producers, Daniel bostic, is leading the first defamation case against some of these left wing rags for claiming he was the riot organizer, which is absurd. If you know Daniel, you know that's impossible. So anyhow, a brilliant talk with Amanda will have you back as often as you can, Sam always does. This is Jim Hansen. I'm Sebastian gorka, this is America first, and I'm delighted to welcome our special guest host Jim Hansen. Well, I'm delighted to be back sitting in for Seb doing America first radio, and even more delighted to now have in the chair. One of my favorite lawyers, which is admittedly a short list. I think it's pretty much you and schlichter. But Wilt Chamberlain is here. And I would love will to get your opinion of just how brutally effective the show trial for the invented insurrection has been at throwing the trader Trump into the brink. He's going to jail, right? Well, I think there's so many different problems. We just start with yesterday what happened with Cassidy Hutchinson. I remember watching Fox News and hearing Brett, tell me, oh, this is devastating. Did you hear? This is devastating testimony, and it's like clearly you've never seen a trial because the first thing you notice is it's hearsay. She's almost very rarely is she testifying even to a conversation she herself heard most of the talk is about someone else told her that Trump said X and that's not just hearsay, it's actually what we call double hearsay. The hearsay statement of Trump being offered for whatever the truth of that it was asserted. And then there's the hearsay statement of the person gossiping, right? So you have these it's the legal standard for gossip. We got hearsay, double hearsay, gossip. BS, which is what it seems. And so, you know, it's not that all hearsay statements are inadmissible. There are actually a lot of exceptions to the hearsay rule. But this is the classic example of why we have a hearsay rule, right? You have this woman saying, well, I heard that Trump grabbed the Stuart, you know, this guy, this guy told me Trump grab the steering wheel, and then you realize, well, that's not even possible. And then within an hour of the testimony, it comes out that the Secret Service agents are perfectly willing to say under oath, no, that never happened. But why in the world didn't the January 6th committee check that out beforehand? Oh, I'm sure they did. In fact, I'm sure that they have depositions of the Secret Service agents. They almost certainly knew, which makes what Liz Cheney did, not just a mistake where she fell on her face, but actually kind of appalling. She was soliciting maybe Cassie hush didn't know that the testimony was false. She might not have known what happened in that car. She might well have believed the gossip. But Liz Cheney was sitting on the committee hearing all those depositions. So Liz Cheney knew what happened in that car. But she's got immunity from anything because she's sitting in Congress. She's got that garbage immunity that they get. And the thing was, it wasn't even about getting Trump for that thing. They wanted the headlines that say Trump led the charge, wanted to grab a musket himself, you know, and impale Mike Pence for failing to dethrone the constitution. Yeah, I mean, and then Liz Cheney even, you know, of course she links to an article by David French, where French is like, oh, they've really got Trump this time. And then apparently his whole argument is that somehow this testimony will lead to Trump being prosecuted on incitement. On insightment of violence, which is just omitting the fact that he said that they should go over peacefully. And there's just no way you're going to get an insight into charge under these facts. They're starting to remind me of boss hogg and sheriff rosco P Coltrane from the dukes of Hazzard where gonna get them duke boys. They're always trying to get Trump and he's always driving away in the beast, jumping over airplanes. He's been out of office for 18 months and they're still trying to get him. Guys, he's not the president anymore. You can relax. They can't relax because they're literally scared to death. He's coming back. So that's true. And you know, they didn't get him. This is like round three of official attempts to get him. And he is just so slippery. Yeah, he's like or maybe he doesn't commit any crimes. I wonder if they considered that. Yeah, no, maybe he didn't commit any crimes. And at the end of the day, what is the long-term conclusion here? Are they saying Trump didn't act particularly quickly on January 6th? Well, if you were paying attention to Twitter that day, you knew that was true, right? He could have tweeted about it faster. He didn't. We knew that that day. Oh, you think he was unhappy with Mike tents. He gave a speech about how he was a happy with Mike Pence. But we knew that. It's not illegal to be unhappy that Mike Pence is not going to do what he's being asked, which was to go ahead and say, let's hold off on this and maybe before we seal this with the Electoral College, maybe we should look at a couple states, you know, in a way that hasn't been done yet. Right. It's legal to ask for that. Sure. It's just all this stuff, they're prosecuting people for a legal strategy at the end of the day. Now, they want to prosecute Trump because people like breach the capitol. Well, that wasn't on him. They were breaching the capitol before his speech was done. And he said to go over peacefully. None of this is, it's all really just kind of a joke. And the degree to which they're trying to say, oh, this bombshell testimony. It's like, no, it's not. It's not bombshell testimony. And it's also, they would actually benefit. The left and the people going after Trump would benefit from having some people on the committee who weren't who were Trump defenders. Because then you might have an adversarial moment or two to keep everybody's attention. But instead, all you get is this one sided boring direct examination that falls apart in the media within an hour. It's like a long episode of CNN before there are guys said you can't everything can't be breaking news. Every single story that happens can not have the breaking news Chiron on it, as if this is the most earth shattering thing ever. And they keep saying every day, this is the one. This is the secret witness who's going to finally take Trump down. And when we get down to it, it's the same old hashed over garbage. Yeah, and I mean, there's nothing dramatic about it. Think about when you watch a trial or something, what's the most dramatic moment in a trial? It's not direct examination. It's cross, right? Because it's adversarial. It's adversarial. So maybe you have a moment where you have a hostile question, but the witness turns it around on the questioner or something is revealed. But here it's just dull. It's just the direct examinations over and over and over. Here's the problem they have. I'm not sure they've got anything they can use to flip. You know, like you said, okay, they come back at someone and cross examination and they think they're going to get them, but the witness throws them a curve ball and actually proves the point. They don't have anybody who can prove a point because there's no point to prove. They started with a premise that doesn't exist. They invented an insurrection, and now they're trying to create through show trials and through the media and through some fairly egregious abuses of the people they've actually prosecuted and who have copped to please. The idea that this was an actual event. And I don't think you can do that if anybody throws a flag on the planet..
"larry clark" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast
"I actually didn't know at that time that he was looking for really for makeup to be really part of the story in a bold way. So I had come in with a presentation that little slide show I put together. And there were some colorful looks in there, but also some more kind of Gritty stuff. I had like Larry Clark images and nan golden images and stuff. And some films stills, Christina Ricci, from buffalo 66, and he, I learned he had this like greater vision, and he was like, oh yeah, I really like I want you to go off with the makeup. And he kind of had all these makeup terms. He knew, and I found out that he loves watching YouTube makeup videos. He's just fascinated by makeup as a form of self expression and just how intense people really get into makeup and breaking down the looks and not, you know, on YouTube and all the tutorials and whatnot. So yeah, it really was kind of I just walked into this dream scenario interview. And was like, yeah, this is awesome. I get to have fun and do fun makeup. That actually wants to be seen because a lot of the times I'm hired to come on and do makeup that will help tell the story, but it needs to not read as makeup and used to be like, you know, just ultra realistic. That's amazing. And the makeup is obviously such a start in itself on the show. I would love to hear more about your mood boards and where you get your inspiration. Did you want to talk more about that? What are the sources of inspiration when you're coming up with the looks? Yeah, well, the inspiration, first of all, it's kind of hard to pinpoint exactly where inspiration comes from. I have tried this before also in the past and tried to sort of figure out a way of explaining my creative process..
"larry clark" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"And if I tried to make a mood board for my idea for the shoot that we're doing out of just photographer a's pictures, it wouldn't be anything different than what photographer a has done for other brands or for magazines. So I end up then pulling references from other photographers and in the wrong hands, I think it could probably turn into copy and paste culture, but I feel like the best creators the best artists the best creatives move it forward in some interesting way. And the context becomes interesting that break the Internet Kim Kardashian picture that was a reference to a Jean-Paul goude. That he took in the 70s. Yes, it's the same visual concept, but not the same sort of cultural concept, I guess. This conversation may be one that we should have just had to get there. And not on a podcast. I don't know if it's interesting to anyone else. But I find like the context, the most interesting thing these days. Like to me, for example, I'm not into euphoria because I don't feel like it's doing anything new. Interesting. It's like kids. Yeah, it's Larry Clark. It's like glorifying depravity and lower middle class. And then the newness is that it's current references and current life depicted in that same genre. Okay, fine, I guess my other issue with euphoria is that the creator is a rich white straight boy. He's actually not the creator. Did you know it's based off of a show? No, apparently it's based off of a show that had already existed in Slovenia or something wait hold on. Okay, but he developed it for America from that perspective. I'm just like whenever I see you for it, I'm like this feels like voyeuristic and almost like a rich kid from LA or New York, being like, I wonder what it's like to not have money and live inland. You know what I mean? And then they must be doing heroin and fucking each other's dads. And I feel like that doesn't feel authentic at all to me. That's not what your high school experience was? No. Listen, I went to public school in Dallas and I have to say it got pretty dark. So I don't know. I feel like just because it wasn't everyone's experience. I think a lot of people do find that there's overlap. Sorry, one aside, I just want to give credit where credit's due. Euphoria is an Israeli teen drama. Miniseries created and written by Ron leschen and directed by dauphin Levin..
"larry clark" Discussed on The Nix
"There are some really good footage. I felt like when she gets to new york. And film. Some of the kids. From the larry clark movies skating i was like. Oh you clearly are like a deeper. Yeah person or artists than you were pigeonholed. As with your big tits. I thought all this stuff about that was Yeah just ultimately. I gotta say ultimately the fact that she didn't point anything that whole thing about charlie sheen was. Oh it was the love of my you know like oh. It was a great love affair. And she doesn't. That's where you went with she. She doesn't investigate anything in that. You can tell that she's still kind of thinks it's cool and when it landed with that i was like i can't see much past that because you're so did come up a few times which i was like ou know shannon. She definitely like an interview since she's been like no. It's this cool love thing. And that's the way you're looking at edward weird and it's oh this cute guy like ultimately it comes down on the cute famous guy like took my virginity and the guys or house of pain which she's valorize is him and frankly bitch steps up on smacking never loved that song. there's definitely some bad. There's a bit of. I felt not necessarily cool enough. And so i'm look. These people thought it was cool instead of actually living it and it it made me sad. It made me not necessarily give her complete pass right or or give her a complete. It made me go. You have some investigating to do. And i wish you had done it totally. Does that would have been so much more interesting than what you did. Which was this half halfway there. Yeah yeah totally agree. This is a rare thing. I don't normally do this. Pitchfork the music review website No they basically just did a list coil of revising albums from the last like reviews and scores. From the last twenty years pitchfork or whatever and sort of going back and saying like hey we fucked up we used to be this like scrappy contrary and whatever here are new grades for things that we either either bad mouth that were kind of better than we thought or over praised and we're kind of crafting it's caused all this hubbub in the music criticism world. It's so funny. It's just mostly like pitchfork is so don't ask that i find the whole thing hilarious. Whatever just like what you were in fucking two thousand one with your like liz fair reviews but there's been all this hubbub about this. My favorite response to it of all was led the zolak a very funny music writer and sort of pop. Culture commentator said the one pitchforks score. I wish i could have revised.
"larry clark" Discussed on Never Seen It
"Just stick with that. That's what makes you happy blinders so much more. I heard badly pretty good. Which i had seen it but some people say it's like oh you got it. I was like i go james karen. They're like yeah but it's good. I also read the debate or the big of that. But we're all over the place. We all good this but this this is probably because like i said i love dress. I dress part. I've seen all the jurassic park Come out i did too. I haven't seen jurassic world at anything. After that i kept up with out of some weird like obligation to see if they could possibly have a different plot and feel like i should have gone to see it. But i wanna say my best friend. He went without me. I can tell you really attached to it. If that deterred you for seven or eight years you remember the time someone went without you. Because i kept thinking like i'll get it. I'll get to a video would seem to really fight for it like jumanji. I can't imagine pitching this. If you're like let's watch movies and someone's like jurassic and everyone like perks up and then like world or everyone just sort of like x. Down tried to see it actually at the drive in And it was the second feature i forget. The first movie was but it started My wife and i fell asleep. So you literally slept in your car and watch so. I read a plot like i read like plot highlights until i couldn't figure out like okay so i know like some elements but we're not seen it in a i don't think any made it into our. This is up there for the most characters were ever had in a script. We'll keep it very concise. Well in you know. I think sometimes people right. It just won't have to be a lot but like in our last episode which was fielding alone. Larry clark they did nomad land characters. It's yes did Two episodes or two characters and it was almost just two people in a marriage arguing with each other which it felt like a little more Was being worked out for them personally. And they kept referring to it as their therapy session the entire time you see the opening night. The cavities movie. I have not. It's like there's a. There's it's like a play within that movie where it's just him geeta rowlett's talking and that's why i love it but like you say it's just arguing and it's real. This felt like it had nothing to do with nomad. Land like was upset about dishes is the by the president. Did a three billboards. That is no That just as they both have the person that did the writer right the same director Nomad land is khloe How i wanna say is how your last name. Who's doing the new marvel movie doing new into the director of the writer. Which that's a fascinating movie this This thing happens every time. I see a movie so we actually and i don't want to tread too much on what we talked about last week with but three billboards a movie. I'm from missouri. I did not like it at all. It was clearly written by someone. Who wasn't there wasn't from there who's good at writing. If there's there's there's bits that are good but overall it's kind of a barber and nomad land. It was a very well made movie. That was clearly a very rich person making a movie about something that they can sort of fetish is and fan and like Not in like you know in in a harmless way of a world that they didn't seem to quite understand but it looks pretty to have big sets and that's then i found out that like i don't remember which of them is feeling larry was just like. Oh you know. Her family are billionaires. And so this is like people like to make poor porn like in movies. You know what i mean. It's fun to be like. Well look but they try real hard and they do. This seattle's on is a good company and this is all anyways. That's what it felt like to me right. I always put everything to the side. It say within the first five minutes. I'd be Is this really really really be it. You know it's like it doesn't matter where it comes from no medley didn't pull me in but what it did do was. I wasn't allowed to leave my house because of pandemic so that was sort of. I was pulled in by government. Oversight just happened to watch and it was very pretty. You know the acting is good but it's just one of those movies where you're like. I don't know if it's we're making. It seem like these people are having fun being. I haven't seen it. But i if it is that director of the writer. That's a good movie. So i'm interested because i said three billboards 'cause i got a big step for some reason i do. It was one of these avant garde director. Also francis mc norman winning wards for both of those movies like back to back years. She's also a dark bit. If she sticks with it. I think she can really carve out like a career in all this i know. Yeah just give her a chance. Forgive her of famous director would bury her. That's what's happened. She could marry half of directors. She's been one of the codes like 'cause like that. She's delivered the same house with him. At savvy of. Oh boy. I bet there were some like a model. That's why she's a dark bit all right. Let's let's let's jurassic world here. We have a lot of characters and Big whoever you'd like to play whichever. I guess both wrote this together. Yeah yeah yeah. The funny thing is is like we. We just finished writing board space. so it's like biker. Already kind of like we know each other's rhythms but we're both into the same stuff and we have the same sort of like ideas. Jokes that are that are similar so it was a fun thing for us to write and Like i've obsessive disneyland. So it's kind of where. I was going with this. Okay so who who who wants to read elliott our main character elliott sadler. That's the thing it's a girl. We don't have a girl here. It's called so abed acting well. Lesser at fifteen hundred shakespeare. Right you know what. I can do l. e. but i i. I'm not gonna do depression. Because that's okay give it. You can always precede align with who is about to deliver that line. If that 'cause this is a read so if you wanna be like and then the exact says and get into it that's okay. You can make a decision. Whatever is makes most cohesive what we could do. Because i think there is over twenty parts we could probably just as we go will will cite the parts. I don't want to break up the rhythm though like a i'm happy to stage direction I could do that and also you do so. Sorry i think it'll it'll break up the flow of it if we're like okay now Who wants to do one has come to this. Podcast.
"larry clark" Discussed on Never Seen It
"Joining me having never seen nomad land is fielding edlow. And larry clark they are both very wonderfully may know fielding she has voices on jack horsemen umana. Larry hughes on twin peaks contagion tons of stuff and together. They have a series called bitter homes and gardens. You can actually check out the entire first season of it on youtube. And alva linked to that into the description this show or just look bitter homes and gardens but anyways the pot they have never seen nomad land but they rewrote it and we read their script. We see what they think. Nomad land pretty much is and won't you won't be able to tell in the recording. But they just they they wrote it and then they like improvised it while they were doing it like a bunch of details life. It was so funny. I was dying laughing. Turn out like nope. Just smack my mic. Turn out like laugh too hard while they're doing it but it's absolutely wonderful. They're both hilarious. They're both wonderful people. It was great getting to know them a little bit. And like i said they've never seen nomad land and they let us know what it is Then we take just to delve down this Sort of like we get into like the culture of political these aspects of movie like nomad land and and it leads us down this big talk about everything going on now with people treatment and it turns into a kyle venting political social frustration thing and and but we have really really good conversation about it and it sort of as a jumping off point from a film like nomad land which takes a look at these people And my feelings on the movie versus what i wish it had done. But they haven't seen it. I think you're really going to like this episode. They're wonderful is super funny is a great time And they've never seen it nomad land. They rewrote it. Lets you know what they believe. It is thank you for listening. Please check out. Better homes and gardens on youtube you can watch the whole first season up on there and There's more coming out. Bitter homes dot com. Please check it out Like i said. Larry clark and feeling edlow are the guest. They've never seen no medley and they rewrote it. And here's what they think. it is. thank you for. please enjoy the episode if you're still here for the intro. I'm going to be doing some stand up dates Here in kansas city chicago richmond raleigh myrtle beach charleston wilmington asheville atlanta. They're all set. The dates are all set. Kansas city september twenty third chicago. We're doing a live. podcast a live. Recording september thirtieth. And then i'm.
"larry clark" Discussed on ARN
"Over and they tried to take my brother's eyesight which i've said before is Guys is you cannot get back right so we've got brett sawyer on commentary with and of course the mass is going to start here and i don't expect that this will be a long bout But i've always been fascinated by the the way used to build heat with this type of situation where you've got a guy who you're essentially in a blood feud with and he's doing commentary just a few feet away from you in a studio how do you. How do you make that believable. Where man. I hate this guy but boy. I can't wait to get my hands on him. he's well he's about ten feet away from me. Well the the rules and the laws and the regulations that govern not only their company or work for nwea but turner broadcast. He has rules. And you can't just come out and interrupt everything. Anytime you want was was the idea that you had to. You know if you're on a promo guys in the rain for the most part you got to be a professional and not get involved in it of course. We know that from time to time that it's not the case. Well let's take a listen here you've just Picked up the win with the gourd. Buster and Well this things to pick up a win over. Larry clark He is very cocky. Here aren't adversaries now. Lawyers here and here comes the winner. The match on anderson duro know something. Did you out here. Looking pretty and cute cheeks were worn out. Where's one mellon Taking shower yeah if you smell his breath lamie showing the breakfast little bit too. Where's yeah that's what. I thought.
"larry clark" Discussed on ARN
"We couldn't do it without the hall of famer himself the founder of the four horsemen the creator of the spine buster. He is aa. He is the enforcer. He's ernie anderson aren't how are you. Man am always good sir. As long as i am co hosting with you. Well i appreciate that compliment. It has been a fun year. We've sort of flip flop the format. We're going back to your roots. And we're breaking it down. Month-by-month join us today as we journey through june of nineteen eighty five. Am i get things. Kicked off with tv in atlanta and man. This is A big time for you. Just add context. It's now officially been revealed that you're not only an anderson But you're going to be teeming with all the anderson who you grew up watching on tv as a young georgia wrestling fan. And not only. Are y'all teaming together. Actually the national tag team champ. So it's a big tom in your career and you're working for arguably the second biggest promoter in the whole country it's come down to what is essentially a two horse race sur. Sure the awa and bill watts world or still around but it was really hard to compete with w tbs it was not called the superstation by accident. The market penetration. There is not just a syndicated. Show here there. And certainly mid atlantic and jim crockett. Promotions had that but this is nationwide baby x. In fact worldwide i mean folks abroad. Were seeing what you guys were doing. -solutely at you know we were if you go back and listen to the last couple of podcasts. We've been skipping around. You know all over the country jim. Crockett promotions is trying to figure out where that new television where it's going and what the immediate effects are and where some good towns and you know. We're kind of been skipping around. They're just trying to figure okay. We've got that television. That goes everywhere. Now what are the markets that are still hot leftover from either georgia championship wrestling. Or whatever. so lot of you know exploratory work going on this. What is this particular. Tv what is the date you have that there. We're gonna be talking about june first nine thousand nine hundred eighty five. This is where we had the whole brett sawyer thing and we sort of teas that before but one a segment was I believe it's a singles match with you. Larry clark when after the bow. That's when things really come to ahead let's Let's actually go ahead and take a listen right now. This is A clip from arn anderson versus. Larry cook that would've aired on july. The eighth are sorry. June the eighth but it was filmed on the. I believe as you probably picked up by now arn was putting over a lot of people back in the day But not as often as we're putting over gyco gotcha go save some money. Geico dot com. It'd be glad you did and the rain now. A man brad. You've been talking about iron anderson very good you know. He wouldn't be wearing that trap around his waist. But i'm just here you know just to look things over and they tried to take my brother's eyesight which i've said before is Guys is you cannot get back right so.
"larry clark" Discussed on PodcastMina
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"larry clark" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"I remember realizing that anytime. There was like When it was all the china white in the late eighties that when it was around if people start dropping dead all the other junkies are they getting well. That's true and there was a joke in new jersey. When i was there. Were you know junkies would watch the evening news to see because it would say you know today in whatever county or four overdoses and then the next morning everybody would there be there for the morning shift to pick up that it's crazy so it's free advertising you like you know you really saw you really in the shit and saw that stuff kind of it must've like whatever you had to process once you got hold of sobriety. Must've been heavy. yeah. I think so but Where they cost friends. Many of them are just people that you knew in the lab. I know i've known a few close friends But the people i saw were not just running buddies. That you know yeah. Yeah yeah yeah people you saw at the place where yeah you know that guy you know he and i ran around for like three weeks together right and then you know Wow man so did you ever meet larry clark. No i never did now. He's still alive but i talked to him. I'd listened to that. Yeah yeah as hard to hard to wrangle. That one guy i was i was there with you. I was very excited for that when it was a tough one to keep bounds but But i'm a. I'm a huge fan man. I'd love to interesting guys who have there. There's so much hustle to them. Yeah yeah so. I got the real story. Then he got the hustle. Got the hustle that they're pulling on you right right you know. He's a pro man. I mean that's like you know he's the real deal you know This life that we're talking about and you know and he's been around a long time. I was actually the day looking There's a few photos of from tulsa for sale. And i you know. I mean he must have done editions of that. Yeah yeah i think. I've got a reprint of the book. Yeah i just bought a first edition you but you know i wanted to buy. My buddy has one of the original prints and And i want one How much they go for twenty twenty. It seems reasonable to make sure you know Yeah and so was really thinking about it. I don't know. I gotta get you know good paying gig and all by myself but yeah man you gotta you gotta go meet larry to y'all know where he's he's in europe or something. I have no idea those guys again. They're they're they're always taken care of by a strange contingent of of money you know and weirdness. Yeah they're like always i can. I don't know how they get around the world so buchatsky you know always carrying the it's it's true it's true you know. Near of he'd go to europe they be celebrated right. Yeah right here Same with like abel ferrara sale. Really yeah yeah. He's over in rome right now. They have these patrons. It seems like someone takes. I wonder institutions or individuals. Or how it works. You know man. I i i wish i knew. Yeah me might be one of those guys you might find out just like you found out about the drugs game. How one lives.
"larry clark" Discussed on The Film Vault
"The to handwrite. But it's mainly alec baldwin's movie. I used to like alibaba. You still does so and suffer. Well that's true. But i can separate you ever saw. Were framing john delorean. Did you know hard hard to separate the man from his work when he's acting in a movie but it's a documentary real. He's he is to be john delorean. But he's directing the director throughout. This is a great moment. Get this get close on. This watch is going to do here. Going to look the watch and of remind me of something get this get. This could be great moment. Fucking alec all right. Did you know that the big bounce the two thousand four movie and there is a two thousand movie called bounce. Oh did you know that the guy that directed paltrow larry the guy that directed the incident. He made a tea directed. Seven episodes of tv series in nineteen seventy five which i believe was fifteen episodes long really and it was called the ghost space busters so it wasn't ghostbusters buster. It was the ghost busters and it was about these two fools and their pet ape who chase spooks around. I'm so fucking glad you brought that up. Because do you remember. This was my childhood because there were two competing ghostbusters cartoons like saturday. Morning cartoons. Real goes one of which was peter. Mcminn and race dance. And and egon spangler and the other was these two fucking morons and narrow ape. What the fuck is this. It was always like the bogus came. I put that was like dow was seventy five and the guy that directed the incident. Wow larry spare tom man come. Here's piers thank you right. Yeah yeah he that's in his imdb. It's real easy as the ghostbuster. Thank you for bringing that full circle for me. I would have lived my entire life without knowing where why the fuck. There were two competing ghostbusters. The jar of spaghetti seen in miami blues. I linked to the actual clip which is on youtube by in the show notes. If you're on the old patriot number two for mitch. This is where. I had a crossover and this is from bully. Which was my number one for most of the week. I'm like how am. I gonna not have bully as like my number all bullies. What my idea of. Florida is which is dangerous. Scary a bunch of these kids today. It's and his seen directed. By larry clark and the scene that mitch goes with his nature. The nature suck seen. Don't want to give too much away. But it involves a body and crabs on that body that are eating the dead body. I think only everglades correctively. Why was this. The one where everyone's stupid get bullied bullies. Like one of brad renfro and i remember the movie. I'm trying to remember the classic. It's a top-five idiots or something and like everyone on bully on my list. This is not in harmony korean movie. But i think of it as the same universe. 'cause the two of them larry clark and harmony corinthians working on kids they both been doing versions very different versions of that so i quit at the beach. Bomb bully. Okay and then the one that i chose which was Spring breakers but all three of those movies in my mind kind of in the same universe like the marvel universe but harmony. Clark universe which. I heard they're making a land Four at in harmony clark land. It's going to be like they have like one of the rides as you. Just go up and then you get flung into a underage girls through. Oh that's cool. I'm excited to get out. Get out of there before the dad enough to go in there right. I just thought of that. Right of the fly. I like it. We did top-five dumb characters in log into an under age girls room and she sleeps and then you have to escape that room before the dad comes in with your knife i understand. That's the larry clark. Harmony stupi harmony. Korean land go. I gotta get any while. We're almost done where we number one for me. Nature sucks out. The mine could have been in any order. Number one however is very florida. Senior takes place on an iconic bridge in florida. Where the seven mile bridge anderson the seven mile bridge seen in true lies. Nineteen ninety-four director. James cameron true lies. Seven mile bridge. Anderson is in the florida keys. I've actually driven over the seven mile bridge. It is connects. All the florida keys cues are a series of smog as macaroni goes. Hey did you clock. Did you make sure that they're being honest with seven miles. Because i would i would. I would bet that it's not quite a miles that's interesting. I was also backseat of of the rental car. Riding bitch like you always. I was actually out a window seat. Jews back then. I called back seat. Honk brian anderson. You're familiar at the scene. Of course the marines ridge trying to escape. Everyone's seen this scene. The scene anderson was so convincing that the florida sun-sentinel actually ran an actual headline. That said quote. Don't worry seven mile red remains in town they actually blew up miniatures for the onscreen demolition. Giovanni came through get that. Yeah just a few minutes ago. The judge night you. Oh you already looked at it cheating. Fiber reviewed all the emails. And i realize that. I saw this and much of my research and it is not not on my list. Number one for me brian. I'm gonna play the clip. Even though i don't really have time to do so and i'm really flirting with disaster here because if you leave your kid at summer camp and a minute over they they'll make you pay. They'll make you pay so i'm gonna have to split here real soon. We're almost here. we go here. We go.
"larry clark" Discussed on The Nix
"Also Jordan maybe an apologies if he said this few weeks ago, I don't remember. Jordan Christine Ge how do you say that name? It's almost like an Irish name but. Yeah that's kid cutty the rapper khloe seventy. This is a crazy good cast as fanny talked about it is just a reconnect allies it. It is a bunch of kids teenagers on a army base in Italy near Venice or they invented no there's a lots of pretty bridges and canals everywhere. You're the geography travel guy I know Italy Italy's boot. That's what they know a lot about the canals but I don't know. It's. Yeah, it's. Mysterious Army based in two thousand, sixteen in. Italy it is a very. Diverse army bases are mace's probably are. This show. I don't know what to make. It is so strange I am how far you? I'm three episodes in. We've both watched three. I haven't watched this week. I should have gone back and listen to what you said about it initially I, first of all, I want to say I think the acting is phenomenal across the board. Jack Dillon grazers great i. mean he is sort of doing a little bit of a Timothy Chamois pointed notes here. Well Yeah, and I because I said that. I said I. Didn't realize how much they had like would look like I wouldn't have figured that out and I do think that some of that is guate- Nino's. Like the way he his aesthetic. But. Apparently played the younger version of Timothy. Alum as character in beautiful boy which I did not see because I, don't need to. Remember that I don't need to see Steve do capital s serious capital a acting I'm done. Over me washed away. Hopefully he is. Greater is whole good and I don't think he's he's doing shall may impersonation so much as this is. A Wada. Aesthetic honestly, I really do. So okay. So. Acting as it's got that Guadagnino beautiful like it looks so good is so good at film it. There's a scene at this parade that happens every year where he moved camera to the crowd is just like he knows how to build like he's a master, he's a master filmmaker. I'M GONNA get into my weirdness, and I don't this is weirdness that I mostly wear this going. Okay. So I don't at this point understand why closed seventy and it's funny. 'cause I was watching this little Dave and he remarked away like Oh this reminds me like it's like Larry Clark, there's a slightly one pervy kids gone wild thing about it. And it's funny because close seventy was in that and she's the mother. Question you know how old these kids are supposed to be..
"larry clark" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Movie cuties Josh, how you doing I'm doing. All right. How are you? I'm great man I'm doing already I. I actually was just on another. podcast to talk about this movie. So I guess I'm doubling down on my my my potential. God knows what but. Even Rosen leaning into controversy there you go. You got. But. This movie cuties on. Net. flicks is surrounded by all kinds of craziness but at its core though it is just a good movie that is caught up in a very specific moment right now I think and I you know I don't know that five years ago or five years from now that this would be as mired in controversy as it is. But I mean, you know you use that you'd be you know down to to do a conversation about this what were your initial thoughts on this thing? Yeah I mean I think to me watching this movie it was weird to think of this kind of controversy because. Like you said I don't think it would not only would. It may not have come up a few years ago I feel like it wouldn't even have come up now if Netflix's hadn't screwed up the market right at this is this is a movie that played at the Sundance Film Festival in January this not exactly an obscure film festival all lots of. Their lots of people wrote about it and there was no controversy and it was only because Netflix's put out this poster that presumably was even though they claimed it wasn't and they probably didn't anticipate this but was definitely meant to generate. Talk shows jet meant to generate attention if not controversy and to me like I thought this movie was was fine but it's a very familiar coming of age story. It's familiar I. Mean I've seen quite a few. We'll probably talk about this. You know French films about the the bandleader, the Paris suburbs, which is sort of their their version of like the inner city it's actually the outer city, but it's the same. You know the areas where there's a concentration of of poorer residents of immigrants, and there's been tons of movies like this. Not Maybe specifically about the exact subject matter but it was a very familiar kind of story to me and I thought it was done mostly well and I'm glad I watched it as a movie. But I feel like this is something where watching this my thought wasn't so much. Wow. A great movie. My thought was why is anybody care really about this? As as a controversy, but also as like a a really notable piece of aren't necessarily I thought it was it was solid and I'd be curious to see what this filmmaker does. Next and a lot of the things that that are tough to deal. With I thought she handled well, the things people are so outraged about I think this movie handles pretty delicately right for the most part but yeah, I, mean I think to me it was just It's one of those things that I it it's like. How did this happen? You know? And and it's just, I. Think what it is is just a snowball effect that at one thing goes online and then ninety nine percent of the people who decide that they're going to take this up with some sort of 'cause don't really know anything about it right or or care about that or want to know anything it. They're just looking for something to get outraged about or a tool to further whatever agenda they've decided is is important to them. In yelling at people online, which is what everyone does right now, right? Exactly. Yeah. I'm curious how many people who got offended by this movie have ever watched a French film to begin with. Right it's it's not just did you watch this movie right? It's do you watch movies? You're with yes. Yes. With French movies. Yes. With movies about. Immigrants or people in the inner city or whatever but just film. I feel like if you if you maybe if you've only ever seen a marvel movies or something like that that's your only reference point for film you might be have your mind blown that this kind of movie could exist right? It certainly was not mind blowing to me and that doesn't necessarily make it a bad movie. Yeah and I enjoyed it quite a bit actually and you know we'll get into a lot more of the specific things that people are so worked up about. The Way and we'll try to keep the conversation though I think mostly about what this show is about and film inspirations. But why don't we start jumping into supposedly pieces? What do you got for your first one? Well. My first one is a movie that generated very, very similar controversy and that's Larry. Clark's kids short which is an American film not a French film but is another movie that featured underage protagonists doing things that adults do not approve of, and that was cast largely with at the time with non actors, people that he found kind of in neighborhoods in New York City that he recruited I mean stars that Khloe Seventy and resigned Dawson who've gone on to be major stars but. At the time, we're just people sitting on a stoop in New York City sure and edit includes characters who are I. It's been a very, very long time since I saw this but I just kind of looking up online does include characters who are quite young. I mean the thing about this movie about cuties is that not only are these underage characters behaving sort of inappropriately is there really underage? They're not even teenagers but some of the characters and kids were nearly that young and so. I think similarly, that's a movie that set out to capture a sort of sense of honesty and realism. I. Mean Larry Larry Clark was maybe outside of that world but harmony Korean who wrote it at the time was also quite young and was immersed in the world that he was depicting and that kind of got overtaken by the controversy around it where people. Weren't paying much attention to the aesthetics of it but I think it has similar aesthetics in a similar goal in just being honest about, hey, here's what's happening and it's not that it's good but it's it's there and we want to look at it and we don't want you to look away from it right? Yeah. It it's definitely it's. It's a portrait of something that isn't shown in more mainstream movies normally or if it is it's shown with such a high. Level of Sheen or whatever that it it, it's not going to push any buttons or make people uncomfortable in the way that these two movies do. Right, I mean I think this movie is I mean as much as the controversy is overblown is meant to make you feel uncomfortable at certain course and I'm sure if this movie came out and no one anywhere was uncomfortable or upset I, feel like the filmmaker would probably feel.
"larry clark" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"Exactly. The Jim crow version of left-handed hygienists, shoplift Aurium and stay with drain type warning dentist. Left-hand are they're left handed. I'm sure I'm sure there's less left-handed assistance. But I've never heard of that being a problem now that's only left-handed clinicians. It's a serious problem. Yeah. I'm surprised. They graduated dental school just because you would have thought we would have weeded them out. So they could go where they're supposed to be like relief pitchers. That's what you're supposed to do. That's right. You're relief pitcher. That's it. That is it James paxton's James Paxton, former Mariner's starting pitcher lefty, but but be a pitcher. That's it. That's you're supposed to be is a lefty. The only thing Quebec's aren't lefty. There's only one Lieutenant quarterback in the hall of fame. You know, who it is Steve Young? I need you know, I need because the BYU thing I need. Yes. Steve Young only left-hand quarterback in the hall of fame, obviously. But you get pitchers. Jim's arms. Really good too. Was he left? He he was not in the hall of fame though. No, he's in my hall of fame. Several in spank Bank. Call. Scare Seattle Seahawks players elevate. Efren Herrera was the best kicker ever. Nice kurt. Kurt Warner the running back on her. Remember that guy? That's right. That's right. I swing large it doesn't count. He was like a Senator or something. Like everybody knows Steve barks, I'm trying to think of of an obscure Seahawks wide receiver besides Steve large, and it's hard to find. I am bleeds who Brian blades. I think he died of like brain trauma. See to know, those Bennie blades, his brother. Okay. I didn't kill someone and they got off. Yeah. Those Bennie blades. Yeah. Tough luck. Tough luck for my guys the plates. Let manager nobly left-handers with ten NBA player you'll be spending. So that's okay. Argentina same thing. Pretty much. Yeah. Same side of the ocean. So if if this were you and something was wrong with the nomad. Would you call the tip agency? And like see what you could get. Or would you just bend over at fish? I would fish with them. And for sure what's so in this kind of an and just kind of see where they go. Maybe maybe the this has happened before. And they they they have a protocol. Oh, yep. Protocol this has to be a thing. Yeah. Somebody's drop something's broke his censor. Somebody's. Stuck a caveat? Tron a cats butthole or something? There's been a history of stuff that's happened. I guarantee you fast to like shit happens. You always cringe when we have someone like that. Even if it's working everywhere attempt. They it it never ceases to amaze me the stuff that they think that was made sense like at one like rive the this drawer for cold sterile. And it's got a lid on it. And it's almost impossible to to splash. Your is this she ripped it from its hinges to try to drain it to replace them. Like, what are you doing it doing? And she's like, well, this was ridiculous. You should actually I only found out about it. 'cause she came to complain to me how hard it was to get out of the hinges. And I'm like it's supposed to stay. There will how do you change like we'll they're the big old suction too bright year that you suction at all. And then she calmed down a little bit. But when I'm like, yeah. You gotta go like right now. Yeah now. Yeah. But it's launch. Yeah. Just don't come back. I also had a event today. I had to team members had to go dumpster diving. Oh, somebody. Throughway an entire unused syringe of Activa restorative like a big ass ridge of it like one hundred and fifty dollar. Shouts to my pulp folks in Watertown mass. Larry Clark Christie Bailey. Shouts love love the Activa. Okay. So much..
"larry clark" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Me the words of Frankie Valli so close and yet so far. Mike is in a New Jersey one point five what's up, Mike? Oh. Play hockey literally a block away from there. Oh, yeah. Blocking away from there. That's why makes me mad, but they played on the roof. Okay. Okay. What are you talking about? What did I just say? Are you are you in another conversation? I just interrupted you always that. No, no, the quick stop. Oh. Larry Clark's got it. Literally a block away. But yet movie they play hockey. I don't know what. Me. Can't leave the store alone. I mean, somebody's gotta be there to sell the beef jerky. See we think things through here this show, go go the extra mile. So so what is your category there? Mike. Mr matthew. Alright. Whom did Bruce befriend in the song? Backstreets was it. Tony windy, Mary or Can you repeat that outside whom did Bruce befriend in the song backstreets? Tony windy. Mary terry. It ends in a y. Dargham you're going to get married. Married. Yeah. He never befriended..
"larry clark" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"How's it going for making quick comment about Ohio? Hello. To the wall and off. But man, it's all political Yati has the money in the military budget. One and a half trillion dollars. Daddy. Got the army corps of engineer. It's already built. What we're seeing right now. Forcing them to show their card and Expos. L care about state. All right. Thank you. Hi, Larry Clark are a little bit out on the wall. There's no honesty about the healthy people coming over the unionisation people wear masks. Being about American children. And she got mum outbreak. It the mom Saco lesson voters in the future because we're all. Charlize anyway, Towanda throughout the healthcare ramifications that hey, Larry enjoy you. Enjoy your show. You're you're a great guy. You just fabulous. Thank you. Larry Larry thought, I don't know if he. Congress's permission in order to build the wall in different locations with this just about getting the permission to build the fifty five mile wall. Now, he's got the permission. He's already have the money the money. Maybe all he was the go ahead and kind of a kind of a work around. She gave him go ahead. I don't know. What do you think? Hello, Larry, Scott, enorthfield, Republican did not look the finger for two years. If you read anything about the border do anything about thanks our cities. And now, we're close to believe with the Democrats charges. Something's gonna take place with the wall. Donald Trump one point guard all the few votes. Go the other way in Wisconsin. Michigan that time out our strongly. He finds some money, and he finds some money if he has to go to the Bank. Themself? Because. Done is a laugh track worthy of allows brat. Finish up, and you will allow practically a great audience. God bless you brother for all. You do. Thank you eight nine seven one eight eight triple eight nights of the ones that are two four three very over. Relieffactor dot com to the president said you're going to be signing a national emergency. So I'm going to be signing a.
"larry clark" Discussed on KPCC
"Of the annual greater L A homeless. Count. Volunteers will be in the south bay and the harbour cities as well as east and west LA county tomorrow night the last night of the LA county volunteers will fan out across metro Los Angeles, south Los Angeles, plus the antelope valley, the frame is next at seven thirty. It's the daily from the New York Times seven oh two. ABC's supporters include the L A Phil presenting a Chinese New Year celebration at Walt Disney concert hall. Young violinist Ray Chen will perform several works in this mix of music from the east and west with the Los Angeles philharmonic conducted by Lien Chan that's February sixth and seventh at Walt Disney concert hall. Tickets at LA, Phil dot com. Welcome to the frame. I'm John horn. We'll start today with the Sundance film festival. The annual event is a big deal for those working in film and increasingly in television. There's quite a history of breakout hits that were bought by studios at the festival. Little miss sunshine. Is one example more recent film is the big sick which earned an Oscar nomination for the screenplay written by husband and wife team, Camille nanjiani and Emily v Gordon and the documentaries that debut at Sundance have increasingly found themselves award winners. Four of the five documentaries that earned Oscar nominations yesterday screened a year ago in Park City this year, a record number of movies were submitted to Sundance more than fourteen thousand four thousand of them were feature length festival programmers chose one hundred and twelve features representing thirty three countries Kim you tawny is head programmer for Sundance. Somebody has watched each film in its entirety. Thirty and in many cases, it might be more than one person. The the worst thing we could do as programmers is to miss a film. We to make sure no film, great film gets away from us more than half the film screening in competition are directed by women. And I asked him you tawny. If that was intentional or accident. We of course, want to have a festival that first and foremost programming films that are bold and visionary and just taking chances and telling stories in new ways, and the fact that fifty three percent of filmmakers are women in our US dramatic competition is something that happened kind of organically. I think you know, it's we are. We're always looking for for gender parody in our competitions. But because these films also met these other criteria that we're looking for and films is. Is this wonderfully organic thing that just happened? I've been going to Sundance for many years than I care to share. But I can say that when I first started going independent film was just kind of coming up. It was when Tarantino and Soderbergh were starting to be important filmmakers, and then there was the whole rise of independent film. And now, it seems to be an interesting point because the big studios have either closed most of their specialty film divisions or are making big tent pole movies, like Harry, Potter vendors and things like that. Do you think that the role of independent film in Hollywood has changed dramatically even in the last couple of years? Definitely I think that now people are looking at independent film. Almost giving it more important than than ever. You know? I think that a lot of the stories that we're seeing are coming out of this real genuine need to tell the story. People are feeling like they aren't being represented in the mainstream, and they're really looking for this real outlet to tell their stories and some of the things that we we noticed this year. In the program. And this is something that someone mentioned to me after the programmers release because we don't we often don't sometimes just don't even know what we have until later when we can kind of take stock of of the whole program. And somebody said, you know, there are a lot of there are a lot of new faces. Like, I don't know a lot of the films in the competition or the filmmakers, and I think that's a that's a very positive sign to me the that we are able to be the place where people are able to discover new talent and to hear news stories and to to hear what new voices are passionate about you and your programming staff look at hundreds upon hundreds upon hundreds of submissions narrative documentary thousands of short films. Do you notice certain kinds of ideas or themes that filmmakers right now seem to be particularly interested in especially in narrative films fictional narrative films? Do you start to recognize similar stories right through all of those emissions? That's a that's a really good question. Because I think because we don't program by theme, or you know, we're not looking for anything in particular. We are coming to our TV screens or monitors with with really open minds in terms of of what what we discovered this year. It seems like filmmakers are are focused on. What is they're they're looking at what is. Truthful to the like, I we see a lot of in. This actually goes across all of our sections, not just in fiction that people are searching for the truth this year in particular. I feel like there's a real stress on shedding light on the issues that we face whether it be in fiction or documentary. There's obviously away that documentary and non fiction film can change the way that an audience looks at an issue. An idea changes the way, they think what they do you think narrative film can do the same thing if it's not about an issue or topic can a narrative film changed the way the audience, thanks or sees the world, I think so you know, I think about when I first became aware of independent cinema. Or when I first the first time I went to Sundance that was in one thousand nine hundred five and I saw I saw the film's safe. By Todd Haynes kids by Larry Clark. And those those films kind of I haven't changed my life. You know, I just the idea of somebody was making films that spoke to me in this in this very clear way and forced me to think in in different ways. And look at at the world in in ways. I had never thought of I think that is such a powerful thing in.