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"lindsay anderson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Would it would just be you know Amazing film from merely eight teams with these crazy group people. But i think he's the creator you have to is always gonna be the third wall not doesn't name that it's not you know fantastic. Nissan ride totally agreed. And also about those street films. You should totally play that. Graham chapman clip. I have to admit that sometime before this movie was made. I was given a copy of the script to read in case i was interested in writing some additional material for it. I read it and thought that apart from a couple of really rather good speeches. There's very little of interest in it for me. The characters seemed dull and stereotype and the plot used as a thread on which to hang overdrawn character portraits. Each character being used to represent a comment about citation the union official. The policemen the militant extremist. The boys who are middleman et cetera comment expressed with the kind of heavy handed. This one would expect at a political parties. Christmas pantomime but i was wrong. Not to take into account. The director lindsay anderson has almost completely turned piece of adolescent political fervor into an interesting and sometimes very funny perry all the characters are self seeking unfortunately true to life this and even the professor of surgery played by the brilliant graham crowding who has a way of saving the world by increasing its brain. Pa is more prepared to kill to achieve his aims. When you watch this tape just listen. To the speech he makes three quietens down the writing rebel at this hospital of life. A more subtle script with a more oblique approach might have preached less to the converted. But i couldn't have wanted better or more exciting direction. So this movie which disappointing few people saw when it was released in britain but which is rapidly on its way to becoming a coke. Movie in the states is a well worthwhile video. All right guys. We're gonna take another break and play a preview for next week show to a delightful weekend the comfy. You are cordially. Invite to spend a carefree weekend in the english countries in the warm sunshine regarding holiday by mistake and enjoy the rustic pleasure of country. Living the be so cold here wants to get down there and have sex with those cows take a five riot who heads around and then had a few ales lunch at a charming the finest wise available to humanity. Want them here we want. Try to nyse with cheery locals experience culinary die you would agree something Club about a firm young fish in the region's tree sent me that fish. A trip worth taking absolute that's.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Lucky man was one thousand nine hundred seventy three and it would take a lot of years. Before david sherwin and lindsay anderson would work again together. Same thing with malcolm mcdowell and it wasn't until one thousand nine hundred eighty two that britannia hospital came out. And i have to say i was not familiar with britannia hospital at all which is kind of remarkable looking at the cast of it. When i was a kid i would go out. And i would hunt down movies because i was such a huge star wars fan. I went hunt down movies. that mark. Hamill carrie fisher and harrison. Ford were in. And i was just like oh i need this so somehow i managed to see heroes where i think henry winkler is a warm farmer i managed to see you know force ten from navarine i to see corvette. Some are but i never saw britannia hospital in mark. Hamill listen this. It's a tiny role but he's in this movie and he's highest fuck. He is high throughout almost the entire thing. What a strange jonathan. When did you first see this one. I saw again when i was in. Canada is in about two thousand and thirteen. I think the order. So yeah. I guess this last one i saw and i fell. I still feel now is probably my least favorite of the three steel. The two two of my favorite films. That's not to say that. I i dislike it in any way I think that. I take away for me when i was just graham crowd and i just think the escalation of his character the allegation of him as an actor. I think is is so wonderful. Because he's one of those actors who i guess he in the uk. I mean he was. One of those stool will british actors. That you would see in many tv shows things. But i guess.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"The car. He says otherwise. Things will be pleasant. Not and it's just you know you don't really know what the context is chilling about the casualness away says the i love that line so much and i think helen mirren character is so perfect because i feel like we still have those kind of entitled hipster trust fund kids. Who have this sort of attitude of. I'm just gonna wander round and make art and her. She has his one line. That i love so much where she basically tells him that. He's like fashioned conservative because he cares about money and he cares about making money and her Her response to him as something. Like if you want something you just go out and take it well. Thank you trump child or grandchild. I love the father is concerned about her either. Is it on some frightfully busy. And he asked she asks. Are you a psychiatrist. This is i. Can i question when he gets out of jail. After taking this fall he justice. Oh beatific it is like. He took that the ludovico treatment. And is just. So you know happy about things and hanging out with the salvation army band and trying to talk the woman at a committing suicide. That part is so funny though. Apparently you couldn't see that for a lot of years like they cut out an entire reel film like i think it was real nine was just taken out when they had to make the movie shorter well and i also love that moment where peter. Jeffrey comes back yet again. As the prison warden. Who gives him a book of philosophy and tells him that. I don't i i can't figure out if he's trying to hit on him or what's going on but he tells him he has is just like steve mcqueen and then kisses him in hawaii. I believe that was a remark by pulling kale. I think in a review if they just took stray from that i think now i think he felt happy about that. That comparison so i just put it in the script him hilarious. I had no idea. But in the strangest strategist character to give it to the original like they could have given it to any one of the female characters that openly hit on him or that he kisses or has sex with but now it's the prison warden lindsay anderson. I love that when he gets out of prison. He's getting out of prison with the same characters slash actors question mark that all were in who all in that coffee class including poor. He's always kind of like on. The receiving end of everything makes sense. That he's the holidays. Headship down the toilet in prison as well. Probably i mean. That's a shame. We didn't get to see that sequence. But i also i love that. His little desk with all of the books in prison is kind of reminiscent of their desks in f- while i love that To jump to the end a little bit. I love that when he ends up being in the movie a lucky man or trying out for it that they give them a machine gun and all kinds of school books. I'm just like okay. That's definitely a nod. If right there. I can't imagine this ending a better way like it although it's weird because so for anyone who hasn't seen it a like. Mike said he stumbles he. You know he's been through all of these ordeal he's been assaulted and he's sort of like stumbles into this casting call for the movie. Oh lucky man. Where lindsay anderson is an actor playing himself basically and then it just becomes a big cast party so it like in a weird way. It feels like this should be the last film of lindsay anderson's career or should maybe be the last film in the trilogy or something because it has this like weird celebratory note of. I don't even know it. Just i i love it. And i was saying before we started recording that i forgot that the basically the first thing to happen once the sort of film itself ends and they go into the kind of meta party ending is lindsay anderson. Walks forward and gives malcolm mcdowell the biggest hug and it just like it makes you tear up. A little bit is up before after belts him about the head with script. Okay but just that whole smile now. Smile i beg your pardon smile. Why just do it. I'm afraid i can't smile without a reason. Smile smile about just do it. Why don't ask why. What's the the smile about that back and forth between the actor and the director it. Just the tone. What is there to smile about it's on big dismantle that day that instruction to smile. I believe the intention was that it was like this. Zimbabwe was meant to reflect this moment of realization. That you know happiness depends on how.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Sort of sided film nations. That's where you have that. Why judge and dr moosa even though he is actually african he's just like another version about wide figure. Father is played by off the Whom you see in other guys as authority figure. I think he's just that idea. That will not quite with the song. Everything changes faces but it sort of stays insane. So i mean he's just like another variant. He's african he's just another barrier of one of the characters that you've seen anderson is trying to suggest that he's not really african. He's just another one of these kind of rotating faces who were basically all the same corrupt person i mean. I didn't mention that if there was a very big deal. I read about this and woods. Book very purposefully. They had the Red white and blue kind of a union jack on their school ties and so it was just like hey. This school is representing england. And when you come to a lucky man. There are a lot of things that are representing england. And of course britannia right there in the name. So it's like we are constantly taking shots at the powers that be and just saying this is all fucked up and you really need to pay attention to it. I was also kind of happy that the fictional country that he is a head of is in zinn gara and i had to go and look ups in gara gara and find out that it was a fictional land in one of robert e howard's conan books so talk about We're talking about racism. And i thought that fit in pretty well since robbery. Howard was accused a lot of being racist. That's something that. I had no idea until i learned it from you. Mean it could just be a coincidence. I'm it might have been just slightly different spelling and there was also nothing about that insurance book. So i could just be pulling that right out of my ass. I wouldn't be surprised. Because i feel like he weaves in so many literary references like into but it's also really hard to picture lindsay anderson like sitting around reading conan. Comex i just like i can't. That's what that's what's in the binder at the end of a lucky man. Those are conan comics of the other hand. I feel that one of the problems that british critics tended to.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Recur. I mean sometimes that have the same names. Sometimes just type of character played by design actor and are few on the lead byles. I think he's all of them and Dr miller courses into them. But i think he's the stand up. You will meet the same kind of characters in different forms in different circumstances. Keep doubles down on that in a lucky man by having these same people from the other movie show up and then play multiple characters. So you like at first. I thought it was going crazy. Because i was like wait. A second so surrounded richardson. He was earlier in then. Here he is here. And then i started noticing other people that were showing up in multiple roles as well as like okay. This really changes how. I'm seeing a lucky man and then there are times was like well. is helen. Mirren supposed to be the same person here versus here. But i think she is but then yeah other people will switch it up. Play to sometimes even three roles. It's incredible there. i. I can't think of another trilogy or even film series attempts anything like this. No the closest i got is the you know. L. mariuchi desperado. And once upon a time in mexico. That's about it dead. Silence jonathan you mentioned how episodic this film is that was one thing. That was kind of keeping me away. The first time. I watched it was just that it is like little episodes. It's not even like major things and sometimes they'll speak to each other in sometimes. It's just like okay. This thing happened. And i think some of that might be coming from that original screenplay of sherwin and howlett's just i mean they brought this when they were very young and some of those things i think stayed through the screenplay all through the evolution of it i think it took what eight years for them to finally get this made but then other things. I can feel more of that after having seen than andersen stuff. Now i'm like okay. That feels more like lindsay anderson thing but then you hear some of the dialogue and it's like okay. That feels very much like david sherwin thing. Especially when you've got watching these with commentaries and you hear mcdowell and that's david show when that's his style it's like okay all right malcolm. I know i think you totally can tell the difference. I mean maybe not the first time you watch if but even if you just watch the trilogy and then go back to. If it's very clear what parts are like classic lindsay in what parts are not an in a way. I think that maybe that makes if a good place to start because it's a little bit more accessible. Maybe like this. Sporting life is pretty accessible. But it's maybe more grounded in a specific narrative whereas the other two are just all the fuck over the place which i love about them. But it's it's so hard to set. Like if i was trying to Did retain a hospital. I was trying to explain to someone the plot of lucky man. And it's like every every plot description you see it's like malcolm mcdowell becomes a coffee salesman in it's like that's not the movie though it's like he does. That's true is factually correct. But like how do you say in a sentence what a lucky man is about. I mean you can say if it's about a revolution at a school but that's basically like the last five minutes. I mean it's really all of the other stuff that adds into it. That is like okay. This is the interesting stuff and to see these episodes and to see how these characters are in iraq and or not. It's interesting that we don't get like a lot of the relationship. Between the bobby phillips character played by rupert webster and the wallace character played by richard warwick like we know they're in the same circle at times and then there's one moment where they're both in bed together and i'm like okay. This is interesting. Is this supposed to be more than two people sharing the same bed. I think it is but it just feels like it kind of goes there. Especially when i'm reading sherman's book and he's just like oh. Yeah we were writing about all the buggering that takes place in the school. I was like oh okay but but with them it seems like an actual relationship. Because and i think you see this so rarely in films in general but especially films before. I don't know like nine hundred ninety five. The this sort of attraction flirtation seen that happens right before that fencing sequence when they're they're on like different levels of the gym The younger one is getting changed. And he's watching that. Like solo gymnastics performance in such a typical. Like you know there is meeting. They're attracted to each other. But you ve very rarely get something like that for gay characters especially younger gay care. I mean it's it's sort of left ambiguous about whether anyone in this film as actually gay or just. This is the environment that they're living in. There are no girls there. But i love the way that the seat the film sort of quietly develops those scenes. And you don't get all of this expository dialogue about it. Which is refreshing. But at the same time you have that really nice scene of them in bed together. Which i love. And then they're sort of together blowing up the school at the end of the film under the compensation within well.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Cineflek
"You know even. I mean of the guys who have been sort of like kind of in on the maybe getting to the bottom of joy. Doyle's murder completely shunned him. Doll talks to him. Don't want anything to do with him. Call him a canary column etc. But then once he gets his ask kicked by the communist party by john friendly and his cinder like a little already to stand with you. Now all you gotta do is walk and we'll follow you in as just like this blind faith that he's longshoremen are showing think is completely true. Dimensional where it's just like okay. Well if we don't have this dictator we're going to go with this other guy who is just oppose the dictator. It's just so weird. It's so weird. I think. Richard upon something it of this guy. This other filmmaker who during the guy lindsay anderson. He's most famous for making this movie with malcolm mcdowell. If his kids like that one yeah well back back in the fifties. He was running a magazine in england. And he said the ending of the film whether consciously or not is basically a fascistic that And i assume that he's referring to the elements that she's talking about this sort of strong man complex. The longshoremen seemed to have rang. I was thinking the same thing there. I think that the people tend to think of elephant in the room is the hugh extra. The elephant in the room at the end of the movies really sill in some ways. It's more of an argument in favor of fascism or communism in that like there's a strike at the end of the movie like they're standing up to the head of the factory the head of the head of the committee in some ways it's sort of. It's sort of pro worker. I mean choline off the fascist point. I was like the end of this. Movie is a lot like petro which we saw your pretty recently which is a very fascist ending to a movie but Yeah i completely agree with that. Very very opposed to hitler. But hitler loved the film so i mean he took the same one definitely read into the same. Want to politicize this. You know the version of it. You know what i mean. The under tons of a political at the end after the entire whole point of the movie was for him to testify. You see it's just like a fascist guys analysts pro union and we want give us union. We're not only you're just like okay. This is communism this executive i was. Yeah so what are you really saying. Yeah to me. It seems like the end of the movie is supposed to be analogy. Gory for like the stations of the cross which obviously doesn't reach me as someone who's not religious based on the berry stuff earlier in all that it seems to me like they're clearly making at least implicit comparison to few to jesus with with various conclusion. Which is sony solid political and religious tones throughout to where they become extremely entangled in..
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
"Welcome to the Kingdom Mom podcast I'm your host Lindsay Anderson founder of hoping Homeschool Dot Com and the Kingdom Mom coaching community here at King Demaim we grow together in identity marriage in school dot Com and Click Kingdom mom coaching you can also join our tribe of mom binder masters by taking our free ultimate mom binder video course is absolutely free and you can learn how hundreds of MOMS have taken back their territory by turning their homes into a sanctuary are you ready.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
"Welcome to the kingdom mom podcast. I'm your host Lindsay Lindsay Anderson founder of hoping Homeschool Dot Com and the Kingdom Mom coaching community here at King Demaim. We grow together in identity marriage parenting home management and in our finances. We invite you to join our community. Even if you're not a home schooler go to hope in home in school dot Com and Click Kingdom mom coaching you can also join our tribe of mom binder masters by taking our free ultimate mom binder video course is absolutely free and you can learn how hundreds of MOMS have taken back their territory by turning their homes into a sanctuary. Are you ready to take back your territory kingdom. Mom Let's begin Hakin.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
"Take back your territory kingdom? Let's begin. Hey, king. The moms, welcome to the very first episode of the kingdom, mom podcast. I'm Lindsay Anderson. I am going to be your host on this kingdom mom journey. And I wanted to take this first episode to really introduce myself and talk about what you can expect from the kingdom on podcasts. So this is actually going to be a shorter episode than most of the others end. You're going to hear me talk a lot more in this episode than any of the other episodes because kingdom is going to be mostly mostly an interview podcast, meaning that we are going to be interviewing some amazing moms some amazing women. Not, not all of them are even mom. Some of them are just experts and things like business and whatnot. But. I wanted to just quick jump on this very first episode to kind of introduce the podcast introduce myself. So like I said my name's Lindsay. I'm the founder of hoping homeschool dot com and kingdom mom coaching, if you've ever told me that I would be a mom coach. I probably would have laughed in your face, or few to told me that I have a homeschool blog, I probably would have laughed in your face. I never viewed myself as an expert who should be coaching anyone. And I never thought that I would home school my kids. I literally that freaked me out. I never thought I would do it. So the fact that I'm now hosting a podcast about kingdom, and that a mom coach in the kingdom coaching community, and I have a home school blog that shows that there's a God right there, and that he can redeem things. So, you know, when I started my personal motherhood Jerry, I was working temp job in student loan collections. Absolutely hate. A my job, a husband and I were living in a tiny tiny apartment. And our marriage was not doing well shortly after we got married or shortly after we had our first child, I actually did get a better job. I got a job. You know, finally cubicle job where it has my own normal sized desk. My own computer and I was working in the health insurance industry. And I really felt like I had like made it had a solid job. It was Monday through Friday. I no longer had to work weekends. I no longer had to work evenings. I had benefits like I absolutely loved that job. But my marriage was totally failing, and there was actually a short season where I packed up my baby and I left my husband and you might be saying, wow, why are you a mom coach? Like, why are you now teaching people about marriage and parenting and identity and income streams, because it doesn't sound like you know what you're talking about. But if you fast forward a few years, because, now it's seven years later, and, you know, I no longer work at that desk job. I we were able to create multiple income streams, all of them started from essentially nothing. I would say the majority of them started from nothing. And my marriage is completely restored. We now have three daughters and I work from home. I, I have various income streams that I manage one of which is the hope in home school blog, and now the kingdom coaching community and so- kingdom really came about because after everything that we had gone. Three it only paid off about eighty thousand dollars worth of debt and we started doing, like lots of personal development, cell development and really kinda getting our lives. Together, we I had a lot of women coming to me asking me for help and asking me for advice. They knew wanted help in their parenting. They wanted help in their marriage. They, they wanted help specifically growing their income, and I thought, wow, like, why are all these people coming to me, the reason why because we were having results in those areas, and I don't say that to brag, I say it because we had people pouring into us and coaching us at the time. And so- kingdom, actually got started because I had so many people coming to me for advice that I literally did not have time to help all of them. And so I said, there's gotta be a better way to do this. There has to be a platform where I can reach all of these people with this message without. Like individually working with people, because I was like, if I individually worked with people, I'm going to have to charge like a crazy amount for it to be worth my time, and I'd rather people like pay a little bit and have access to a ton of information than paying a giant chunk and getting me for an hour. So thus the kingdom coaching community was formed and the reason why we started the kingdom on podcast is because, you know, the coaching community. It's all it's me talking for the majority of the time, it's a lot of, of information, my experience and me telling people about what we've done in specific areas, like creating income streams, and how we healed our marriage and, you know, all of our mindsets and things like that. But there are so many women who've personally helped me along this journey, who have amazing lessons for us and have. I've been through things that, that I don't have experience. And, and so the kingdom podcast is I wanted to give you exposure to these women, and I wanted you to be able to learn and be healed through their messages. And so what we're going to be doing is you're gonna get furthermost part. We're going to be doing a series of interviews with each guest's. So, you know, it might be anywhere from two to four interviews, per guest expert, and basically, because I want you to have time to really get to know them. And for them to really give you all of the information that they have, and for some people, we've already done several interviews at the time that I'm recording this some people already know that we're gonna have to have back because even four episodes is not enough to get all of the good stuff, that's in their brain, so. Yeah. For the most part, this podcast is going to be interview style. There may be a few episodes sprinkled in there where it's just me and I do some specific coaching on certain things. But for the most part is going to be interviews, a couple of things to note, I wanted, just tell you what is Cain demaim because this is not going to be like, most Christian mom podcasts out there. And there's some really great Christian on podcasts out there, and I listened to them. This one's going to be a little bit different. This one is not going to be like fluffy. And I know everybody says that, but number one, you might hear us cuss a little, so we're gonna try not to, but you might hear it like we're about, like, grace, not perfection. This is like we're real people. And yet, we're not we're not the pollyanna perfect Christians round here. So I hope you're okay with that. We're real. And then also we're going to be talking about some really like deep stuff. We're gonna be talking about some things that might be hard and a lot of these podcasts episodes, like we were laughing. And crying I, I would highly recommend some of these episodes, you might want to have some tissues around, because you might some emotions might come up when you're listening to some of this stuff like we're talking about trauma. We're talking about grief recovery or talking about, like we're going to be talking with a friend of mine, names, Taryn, who basically went from completely depressed, suicidal totally absent as a mother to being redeemed and her motherhood journey. We're gonna be talking about broken marriages, we're gonna be talking about things like infidelity. We're gonna be talking about the tough stuff. So this is not going to be like a. Jesus loves me Coon by kind of a podcast. We are going to talk about Jesus, though, for real quick. I want to go over what are the phases of kingdom mom. So kingdom is the core of king demaim. And if you join our coaching community, you're gonna see this right away. It's kind of our roadmap to becoming a kingdom. There's five phases of kingdom and phase. Number one is all about at identity because you might be listening to this, and you're like, what does marriage marriage and like all the stuff have to do with parenting. I thought this was called kingdom. Mom, y'all has a lot to do with it has a lot to do with it. And that's why there's five phases to kingdom phase. Number one is all about identity and being really solid in who we are in our identity in Christ because we believe in the kingdom coachee community that you're part of a Royal bloodline, if you. Believe in Jesus your father is literally, the king of kings, and that makes you royalty. You've been grafted into a Royal bloodline, and that means that you are a Princess because if your daddy's king that makes you a Princess and we're not talking about, like the pretty pretty dresses. And like the Disney Princess okay, I'm not saying you can't wear dress, and can look pretty. We're in talk about that, too. But this isn't about the Disney Princess kind of Princess when we're talking about kingdom mom and being a Princess. We're talking about reining ruling taking territory. We're talking about loving your subjects and we're talking about living in the thority that you actually have came. So the. I phase of kingdom is wrapping your head around that because a lot of people like we just don't walk around, like royalty. We don't walk around like the Queen of England even though really, we have more thority than she does. So we're gonna talk about that phase. Number two, is all about marriage. And this stuff is going to help you even if you're not married, if you're divorced. If you're single mom, the stuff is still going to help you because we believe that, can you guys hear the crying baby. Real real life. I'm really among her dad's up the stairs. Taking care, though, anyway. We believe that how you interact in your marriage, or if you're not married, how you view marriage. How you teach about marriage to your kids has a lot to do with how they are going to interact with other people as an interacting, their relationships, as a dull tes, so finding healing in your marriage or healing in your heart about marriage, as lost or marriage that needs to end because we understand that sometimes you do need to walkaway, maybe an abusive relationship, there's different situations. We get into that align kingdom, but, like still how your heart is positioned towards marriage has a lot to hire. Kids are going to interact in marriage as adults. And so we're going to deal with some of that we're actually gonna talk about parenting. We're gonna talk about the tactical stuff the day in day out, like interacting, with kids and setting them up for success. We're going to talk about home management. So. Something really quick that I want to touch on is we started in hoping homeschool dot.
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Fighting to get by less veer, but still strong storms rolled across the state yesterday. And last night airports reported hundreds of flight cancellations and delays when they had to stop takeoffs and landings for a time. I wins also closed a skyway bridge in Saint Petersburg for about six hours. Not whether but a battery charging caused a fire in Tampa. That video from Lindsay Anderson has the battery of a hover board exploded inside their house, but the family escaped injury. With Florida's news. I'm John mcquilken. Florida's central credit union home low traffic center, although we have gusty winds coming across the sunshine skyway bridge. All lanes of traffic are open to all vehicles, and we're down to one single lane of traffic along US forty one northbound and southbound near Madison Avenue, this is due to a road construction project in that area and didn't Saint Pete we have some slow moving traffic on Gandy boulevard eastbound between four street and the radio towers Olympia de NewsRadio W F LA, see traffic problems. Call the injury firm of Abraham's in Utah with traffic tip line Hillsboro, eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five. Steady breezes will continue this Saturday out of the west gusting over twenty miles per hour at times, it'll be a cooler day, a quick passing shower will be possible high seventy three a chilly start to your Easter. Sunrise services around fifty eight degrees with a high of seventy seven Easter Sunday afternoon. Lob sunshine, coming our way eighties for the week ahead marine forecast. West wind at twenty knots in the water six to eight Footsie's small craft advisory in high surf advisory in effect on news channel eight meteorologist. Ed bloods worth. Hey, it's Ron and Ian for.
An Interview with Peter Gabriel
"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"And I think people's relationships with movies can change your relationship with going over the years has has it changed at all in that whole completely. I think for the first five years, I resented it. Sick of it. You know, I've done it and moving on and everybody wanted me to do the same damn part? And there's only one part like that. And that's it. You know, such a great masterpiece of a book that Burgess roads Anthony Burgess. And of course, the great film cubic directed, you know, you can't really do much better than that. But for an actor you can't live in the past or on your laurels. You have to move on to do have stuff, and you know, I'm working actor. So I was just more interested in moving on, you know. So I rather resented it at first because we're getting parts we're getting from this just wanted to talk about that, you know, nothing else, and they couldn't get past it. Well, of course, I understand now why because it was such a groundbreaking film. It had such a special look to it and sound, you know, it was unique in every way and people, of course, copied everything about it. Even band names copied the colored wigs the colored make-up's David Bowie dressed like me in many shows must have been surreal. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean, you know, mindful of the time was well Conti come up with something original. But to be honest with you, David Bowie, could do whatever he wanted. Just a genius. Yeah. I loved him. I, but I don't know, you know. So then then after maybe ten years and the film was withdrawn here in England. Yes. But in the rest of the world, you could see it and. So what I was getting was from universities, all the kids were putting up the post pictures of my face with the eyelash and all the rest of it in the the kids were really interested in me talk to them about it. And that I found a lot of fun and found a whole new audience. And I think every generation they find this movie, and they they find it and discovered as their own in. This is basically the first really serious bit of film that they see, you know. So so now it it's like a a wonderful old mistress. Comes back every few years to say Hello, I embrace it. And I love it. And I think the film look our our new that I was making a really special film. How could anyone know the would still be talking about it forty eight fifty years later? No, it's it's a unique in film history and gets played universities and museums and ad infinitum. So. It's a real social documents. Really? It's become big of them. Just a movie, you know, and it's one of Stanley's great films. He's made many more. Yeah. Two thousand and one masterpiece, of course, Strangelove one of my favorite and as info, but I also love Lalita and Pouncer blurry. I think is fantastic film. And you know, he's just made so many great films. So they are when I went to meet Stanley Kubrick, he done positive story Lalita sponsors two thousand one. A Strangelove two thousand one. Yeah. Clockwork art. So he was a God in. Oh. But of course, I was a young actor completely naive. And I thought I was going to meet Stanley Kramer. Asia. Crema? No, no cube. Rick and your friendly Crimean in the car on the I'm doing. Well, of course, it's before Google, you know, and then Lindsay Anderson, who's great friend general direction..
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"In your community. We're talking to Manchester City schools preschool, teachers, some of them not all of them. Not all of them are here. And it takes it takes a bunch of wanna hear all about that. We have Heather Jacobs at Westwood elementary school. Correct. And Amanda Wilmore. Yes, you're a college straight. Yes. Yes. And Melissa Clark. And you're at college street, and who are who are we missing? So we're missing Lindsay Anderson. She's a special education preschool teacher at Westwood elementary. And we're also missing Bridget Lewis. She said voluntary pre K teacher at Westwood. She. Second location and do you have teaching assistants as well? We can't live without them. So they they really should be. Because I was wondering how you could come here. Well, you know, how do they because I've got three. Who's hanging out with the kids right now. It's suppose right hand, ladies that are varsity twenty four seven very good. So this preschool screening is coming up for the Manchester City schools next. It's for next school year. It's not for this school year is yes, it is for the two thousand nine hundred two thousand twenty school year. So you want to screen children in the Manchester City school district for the regular education preschools and for your special education preschools? So when is this happening, and how do parents and grandparents get those kids there? It's on Saturday March the second on a Saturday. It's on a Saturday. Why is it on a Saturday? Because that's when all the fun happens. This time for us to be available because that's when you have our families to be able to get out and come on Saturday. It's held at Westwood elementary. And. The times it starts at eight thirty. Appoint Melby an eight thirty eight thirty to twelve and you sit appointments the magic word. Yes. So people are not just showing up for this Christmas. Heather, right..
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"We're talking to Manchester City schools preschool, teachers, some of them not all of them. Not all of them were here. Them and it takes it takes a bunch of here. Hear all about that. We have Heather Jacobs at Westwood elementary school. Correct. And Amanda Wilmore. Yes. Your college straight. Yes. Yes. And Melissa Clark. And you're at college street, and who are who are we missing? So we're missing Lindsay Anderson. She's a special education preschool teacher at Westwood elementary. And we're also missing Bridget Louis. She's the voluntary pre K teacher at Westwood. She's the. Second location at the do you have teaching assistants is we we do you know, what we can't live without them. So they they really should be. Because I was wondering how you could come here. Well, you know, how do they? Yeah. I've got three preschoolers. Who was hanging out with the kids right now. It's suppose right hand, ladies that are buyer sides twenty four seven very good. So this preschool screening is coming up for the Manchester City schools next. It's for next school year. It's not for this school year is yes, it is for the two thousand nine hundred two thousand twenty school year. So you want to screen children in the Manchester City school district for the regular education preschools, and for your special education preschools so win is this happening. And how do parents and grandparents get those kids there? It's on Saturday March the second on a Saturday. It's on a Saturday. Why is it on Saturday? Because that's when all the fun happens. Best time for us to be available because that's when you have our families. Yes. To be able to get out and come on Saturday. It's held at Westwood elementary. And. The times it starts at eight thirty. Eight thirty eight thirty to twelve and you sit appointments the magic word. Yes. So people are not just showing up for this crusader..
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"That was funny. So it was basically Joe's broad structure and a lot of their jokes in now, and so worked out great, you know, and a lot of stuff and it was. That's how they got that job. And as mutants, they were not so good. Rogers still thought it was going to be about this go because disco was hot. You had hot, and I had the really explain to them that you just don't blow up high school better was disco was not rebellious music exact. It's also interesting how you settled on the Ramones because a couple of other bands were actually under consideration. Yeah, and yeah, she trick with the ones that you know closest we, I went to Todd Rundgren. Interesting. And he was really smart and he read the script. He says, the problem is guys. I think this is a serious movie like Lindsay Anderson's if well, which was a huge influence on rock and roll high school. And so you know props to what a compliment? Yes, and he didn't want to for the comedy, you know? And so I had a meeting Warner Brothers and names were coming up and somebody said, you guys know sire records. Do you have a lot of sire records? You know, I have taught. Talking heads and all that. They said, well, how the Ramones and it was like a moment in that room haven't got silent. I thought that's a really funny idea. I I same as second verse same as the first road verse different from the first. I mean, these guys are funny and we went and met with their management, and I told him the whole story, the movie and put in Ramon stones in those places. And it was Danny fields and was Seymour Stein's, wife, Linda, and they were post smoking joints. I was telling the story and laughing and stuff. And then I said, at the end, the Ramones outside high school, and as they play the theme song to the movie, the highschool blows up behind them and they both had we're in, we're in. And didn't you or are the people you worked with their wants make a movie where you said it was basically like the plot in real life, how you made the movie, like the plot of the producers? Oh, no, that's. That's what happened. Razi he? Yeah, that'd be always stocked. Yeah. When I want to get crazy, which was supposed to be for me about my life at the Fillmore east and the Daniel stern character is you was yeah, and I couldn't get it sold that we went to this company and they said that if I made it more like airplane and it, which was a big, hit airplane in rock and roll theater they would make, you know. And so we changed the script and I did that, and that's the movie that's out there. And then they decided that it was didn't have a great preview and people are confused. Why? All these different bands playing and it was too. It was too much like a rock critics movie and was also very, very broad and now and fast paced than you wanted to make it. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. But it was funny. It's like fifteen hundred of fifteen hundred punch lines of maybe only seven hundred jokes. So. And they decided that they could make more money by losing money. So they were, they'd be always. So basically what they did was they sold off all their shares to some kind of tax shelter group, and then they put the movie out there and made sure that whatever the EDS the paper said, they didn't open on that day. And now they have the ads b a week off. They've never show what the critics, but they'd invite critics and now and basically did everything possible to defeat the moving. It was very, very disheartening and that's how it came out and made no money. And they made a lot of money. And I met the guys in charge of the tax shelter group, and I told him what happened and he figured it out, but that's the movie that led me to television. So that was my next step. Not movie. I've just before we get ahead and I want to ask. Other things about get crazy, Gilman Gilbert, love the Bialy stocking thing..
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"They were, it'll be fine. I'll be fine. They were so shocked when the reviews came out. It's also interesting the Beatles new there onions, I mean, they knew who Lester was. Yes, they. Jumping standing still something they knew they knew the sellers stuff. They knew the, you know they, they knew they knew the guns. Oh, yeah. Yeah, they weren't novice left. Have you met less than your travels? I wish I had because I've certainly stolen enough stuff for. Welcome McDowell for some information. I think we did talk about it because it certainly talked about Royal flash and the Kubrick. Yeah, yeah, yeah. We talked a lot about Kubrick and Lindsay Anderson who I'm admire tremendously. We'll ask you about Lindsay Anderson, and how did you, well, how did you start getting into the business? Actually, I, I didn't go to film school right away. I was high school is not a great school, and I was like a b. student with good college boards and a bad attitude. Yes, yes. And you know, I was against the war in Vietnam. I was trouble Baker and I didn't get great recommendation. So I ended up in a Franklin and Marshall college in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, which was at that point all men an Amish country. And so now the sixties are in full force and I'm in Amish. And I, I went to the newsstand one day and there was Herald Tribune and a front page story written by a writer that I Meyer tremendously Tom Wolfe, and was about Ken Keesey and people taking LSD. It was the first chapter of what became running cereal, which we eventually became electric acid Kool-Aid. And so I read this thing and I'm going, okay, that's it. The world is moving and I am in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. So I sat down with my parents and I begged and they let me apply to schools to transfer ended up at NYU and lived in the east village. My down the block neighbor was Allen Ginsberg at SAS. And at that time there were three political parties. There was the Democrats, there was the Republicans, and there was the motherfuckers and the motherfuckers lived in my building, and they had a very simple platform. Everything should be free and it was a wild building. What part is this? Alan Gilbert Gilbert lived in these village. Second avenue, ten street one fifty. Nine second intensity. Where were you? I I used to live on avenue a, yeah. Oh my God, you're there? Oh, yeah. Well, what I it's so weird to think now, like when we first moved in there people saying, are you out of your mind living on avenue way? 'cause it was horrible being see words like the death penalty. Oh, yeah. And and now it's like, oh, yeah, now you can't afford. Do you wanna vnc. Yeah, there you go down there for a nice dinner. Yeah. So you knew Ginsburg and digital ABBIE Hoffman to? Well, I I saw him in the data. We didn't really know. Was ugly fucking one of the motherfuckers, and so he was in and out of our building. And so I was at NYU and in my junior year of NYU teacher got fired and they needed to substitute, and I hit the jackpot. They hired someone who had graduated two or three years earlier who was now looking for work, and that was Marty Scorsese about that and mardi became my film history teacher. And then my film production teacher took a summer workshop and he was my faculty adviser and all that kind of stuff..
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Joan Baez with the title track to silent running. We're asking our guests that emergency movie and that's Andrew's choice which will come onto later Carolina. You've chosen something called faces places. What is this? Well, yeah. First of all, I didn't choose faces place. First of all chose the white bus by Lindsay Anderson, but it's actually impossible to get hold of hard to get it from Australia. Bring me to another thing anyway. I chose vices places as a bit of a sort of lazy choice because I just saw on Sunday. I didn't see in cinema. I did that brilliant thing that really excites me when you can watch it a home when it's still playing in the cinema, which still makes you think so good. Because when you get out, he actually watch stuff with the kids. It's brilliant anyway, so faces places is an Oxford film. I love Agnes fodder. And this time in collaboration with JR a photographer artist, brilliant artist who she connects with and they travel around the French countryside together, meeting local residents and the produce. These absolutely drive around in a sort of a van which is a bit camera on both sides. I mean, the an image of big camera on on both sides, and then they stop it somewhere and they will get a local person to come sit down, have the photograph taken. There's a giant printer in there and outside of it's like a sort of sort of giant instant camera images. KOMO I, when I saw he was explaining it as driving along with us know it's a joke. It's really funny is laughing. Imagine if that happened, and then he starts to happen before your eyes and you realize that is actually what they're doing. But it's just really touching very, very useful. The people they visit and the things you find out about the stories of the people on the way, and then on the buildings or on their places of work, they sort of construct these absolutely John sort of twenty four images of these people that are turning them into these. You know, I Kana images that will stay there and just seeing people's reaction to that and an how they communicate with the the sort of subjects that is just really very, very touching. It's very quite as science. We bitter sweet ending. She spends the whole, I'm not going to obviously ruin it, but she does spend the whole time trying to get JR to take glasses off. And you do think jail. Why are you wearing glasses? And this is a real. The shows how nice JR is because. Is he? Why are you wearing sunglasses all the way through come rain, shine indoors, outdoors. It's really quite irritated. JR is t one or something. Actually, you love him so much. He's such a great, lovely person, but he just doesn't want to show his eyes and she tries to get to the bottom of that. And she managed to do that by the end. But through a very subtle moment where they go visit, John got out, but I'm going to have to leave that with okay to just the most beautiful film. Where does this fit into films from Agnes beaches? If I can ac- recommended to me, we'll have just one is much very French cinema, or we talking. It's very unique, Agnes cinema thing that she does every time she's a Bowie inner self. Yes, she's about sorry. She never went stadium. She's just. Got this as she gets older, it's just fascinating to see her. How she should've of almost goes back into her in interest over very innocent is almost the older she gets the more stripped down in the subject matters all the more important they are, the more sort of they condense into things that really mattering to her things like friendship and communication, and really very sort of peaceful ideas. And yet she creates these kind of beautiful beautiful films images and, and this is a real collaboration because all JR's work is, you know, it's on the side of. Holy containers on huge big. You know. Massive buildings on all sorts of things. It's trying to get these images all over the country through sort of posting them on trains and planes. And God knows what I'm what's his history who is JR to be honest, I should..
"lindsay anderson" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"The only debut the one i love which i saw twenty fourteen sundance and fell in love with a movie the one i love was there any kind of directing advice that he gave you just any story advice that kind of helped you fit into that role is going to be so depressing because honestly okay now i'm out no i mean he knows now here's here's sort of uh my my dad it it's less advice and more just sort of uh observing him i i've i've always been sort of an of him and don't have the relationship with them where it's like here let me take you under my weighing in teach you about film it was more like i've experienced interesting moments with him one was going to the kubrick a state um were were kubrick has buried and and and sort of learning about that whole side of his life and and you know what a mentor kubrick was for him as well as lindsay anderson and so sort of hearing these stories um help shape me i think is a director was there a good kubrick tale that comes to mind odd well they they were inches i think that uh well the first time that my dad met kubrick um so kubrick wanted to do clockwork orange and he said that the only person that can do it was my dad and he saw this film if that was my dad's i amazing so he he called my dad in an and i'm gonna sort of butcher the story in that like it was at the figures at the royal shakespeare company theater or something like that and and he had my dad come in and my dad tells us that he was like up on a stage and kubrick was like in a chair in an audience which seems so ridiculous but maybe it was at that time and he basically said you know my dad was was a member at at this this academy and he said what do you think of the school.