17 Burst results for "Lubich"

"lubich" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I quote him and other people on it one thing. I did I've found a lot of press releases and interviews with Lubich paramount did some very good press releases in the thirties where interview him and these were like serious articles where he would be interviewed at length about his sil- and aspects of his work and a lot of great quotes whosever good at analyzing zone work. And then he gave a lot of press interviews that are very thoughtful. And most of those have been totally forgotten until I dug about the archives. So as able to find him reflecting on his art, and he made many comments about his style village touch in a way was a marketing device was not, you know, it's it can be overdone. It's sort of like calling Hitchcock the master of suspense, which I think is the cliche. I wrote a documentary called obsessed with vertigo new life for tracks masterpiece. And I kept quarreling with direct. All the way through said, I will not use fries master suspense. He kept saying put it in the script hood, and I sort of such a horrible reductive cliche. Finally forced me to put it in their Richaud kind of cringed over. He just had to have it in there. You know? And what is it mean? I mean, it doesn't tell you much about Hitchcock. And but to live touch was Kristin Thompson to the book move in which she tried to trace the evolution of that phrase. And she said she couldn't be definitive, but she thinks is originated in the early twenties in American film criticism when they would start referring to the continental touch that Lubich brought to work is the way it was I put and then they would call it to Lubich touch. And I rather like the phrase in a way because the studio began taking it up and promoting it and trailers ads and stuff, you know, became a commodity which in a way as a problem. But I I kinda like it because touch has a certain connotation of sensuality, which leverages films are full of it implies lightness. You know, and some have allied way of looking at life, generally. And so that does say something about him to kinda define it. It's a form of innuendo and bleakness not saying things directly, but through implication, and flatters the audience flatters, our intelligence, and as Billy wilder said most directors will say to to eagles for or one plus one plus one plus one it goes for cetera buddy says Lynch would just say two plus two and you'd have to add it up in your head. And so a lot of it goes on in the way, we look at the film's which flatters us. But also Renoir once said in the sixties long before video games films should be interactive. By that he meant that we should participate in the film. And I think our involvement is much more intense and emotional and personal if we're kind of figuring story out along with your characters and the director. And that's part of the game Lubich places. Let's figure out what's going on with these people, and what's going on in their heads and trouble in paradise is the pet of that because it's a love triangle, that's very complex and full of subtle and changing emotional affinities. And a lot of what you understand is non verbal because you know, people let's there in fact, surrounded with somebody or shooting somebody they're not gonna come right out and said, anyway, they're going to do through implementation or through actions or through looks, and that's part of the entertainment and part of poignancy and Edris Sarah said that those kind of underlying sadness to the best of touch melancholia that underlies it so it isn't just all 'Voliti some of it is pure for valid, but the best Lynch touches have kind of poignancy to them. We understand more than is being sad. But sound added? Whole level to lose his work. Like did for other directors like hawks and Catherine for the dialogue and their films terrific important as it is livid show and quite often as we know in have recession what goes on. That's important is between the lines that subtext and good good filmmaking. Good storytelling, a lot of it is subtext because I teach screenwriting, and I wasn't screenwriter for a long time. And if you just come out and say, something, it's not very interesting..

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"lubich" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"It's like that it just literally went insane. It's the biggest jump between road warrior and road warrior to. We were like, okay, in between movies, nuclear war and did human civilization. Okay. That was an interesting thing to get. I guess the juices, precious at this point. I said, roadway roadway or to Mad Max and road warrior. Sorry, Mad Max max to is what I meant. Yeah. 'cause MAG next to the Australian Royer I apologize. Mea culpa a commit, seppuku, adequate. Let's go into the penalty that I have to take my licks rate and getting. Right, and I'm sure the listeners were doing the same thing. They were like. Sure. Thank you. I am still going to get a tweet that says, hey, did anyone tell you that it's actually Mad Max memento Bill yet? Dan in the episode. My favorite thing is when I'll get something wrong someone's we me, I'm sure one hundred people have already correct you this and I'm like, Nope, nobody except. It turns out nobody cares about this thing that's so precious to you. You have to correct it. Welcome to my world. I remember writing into there was a website where they refer. It was like think progress in a blog post. They referred to Ernest Lubich and I wrote in being like probably allows people wrote mentioned this too, but it's Ernst Lubitsch, not Ernest Louis and the author of the postal evacuate Ono. Thank you. Appreciate that. No one else mentioned it like, oh yeah, no one else gives us shit. With Ernst Lubitsch. His name is correct was that before after Ernest Lubich went to jail. Went to camp Christmas..

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"lubich" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on KCRW

"Torch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They like to do things out of public sight. So you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is a great suicide saying, there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Liberty was known for his door. Shots of all kinds of even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of humor. He flatters your intelligence does. We're wilder said, allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please. If you understand. The, to be or not to be the shop around the corner in paradise we're talking. About masterpieces as great a masterpiece has has ever. Been put on film most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubitsch had masterpieces after masterpieces, we didn't even mention Ninotchka I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich. Do it it's publication is simultaneous. With an ongoing Lubich festival being sponsored by UCLA, TV and film archive, it's at, the hammer museum go online look it up. See some little bit films. Wasn't this fun, this is so much fun to talk about it. And just remember moments we love and I, I I do love to when. Nikola I called him daddy. I got a thrill I thought that's so wonderful that you. Can be here to represent him and tell us what he was really like in person and. I wish I had known. Imputable Johnny, once wrote an. Article called the film director, I never met. He unfortunately died in nineteen forty seven year is born and so we never got to meet, him Yes Joe but we can imagine them yeah we have this body of film that allow us, to imagine and almost unimaginably, sensitive funny delicate fragile inventor of the art of film what a pleasure loved, women, who. Loved women that was the essence he loved music and he. Loved women, and I think in this time of metoo and all. Of that really hit. His films are incredibly relevant and his respectfulness for one the metoo women would not have something to complain about when talking about. Ernst goo bitch the subject of this show I think talking with Joseph McBride author of. Hounded Lubich DeWitt. Published by Columbia University press I. Have also with us, Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch it's a Great pleasure, and honored to have both of you want I mean I have to tell, you, I. Wanna do this again and again I don't want you to. Go away Thank you for, joining us thank you for.

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"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

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"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

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"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

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"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year
"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"lubich" Discussed on Bookworm

"We need to other ones we're lost. We need to diminish them with our left, or we need to diminish them with our good manners. We need to diminish them with the swampy of jokes, yeah, in Greenberg the Jewish character in the troop. Actually, the Jack Benny was Jewish, and a lot of people knew that, but it didn't make a big thing of it. But Greenberg is portrayed by Phil express to his wonderful character who's in the notch go and other films. And he was kind of like a Alder ego for Lubich in, but he's the one who gets to give show. Alikes grad speech, half out a jury is Sutter, he does that to occur. Do we not believe he says it's a Hitler, which is it's complicated, but as a character of Hitler. And he, he's risking his life literally and he disappears from the film that point on those. The terrific sl scholar points out that Greenberg is not there at the end of the film, they all escaped to England his, he's been disappeared and disappeared. All the bid room scenes. He doesn't show come. The torture scenes doesn't show into not to be. Touch used for discretion even among the barbarous. Yeah. Yeah, they do it off camera and that's that's the kind of good insight into totalitarian things. They liked to do things out of public sight, so you don't have to take responsibility for them and but it is great suicide in there were one of the Nazis tries to kill himself behind a closed door. Lubitsch was known for his door, shots of all kinds of. So even suicide is funny, but it's off camera, you know, and that's part of the essence of Lubich as humor. He flatters your intelligence. That's where wilder said, he allows you to add things up in your head. He doesn't spell it out like most directors, please view out there understand that to be or not to be the Shumpert around the corner chuckling pennies. We're talking about masterpieces as great a'masterpiece. As has ever been put on film. Most people are incapable of even one masterpiece Lubich head masterpieces after masterpieces we didn't even mention did not. I'm talking to the author of how did Lubich do it. It's publication is simultaneous with an ongoing. Which festival being sponsored by UCLA a TV and film archive. It's at the hammer museum. Go online, look it up. See some little films wasn't this fun ios so much fun to talk about him and just remember moments, we love and I, I do love to where Nikola I called him daddy, I got a thrill. I thought it's so wonderful that you can be here to represent him in and tell us what he was really like in person and which had known imputable down once wrote an article called the film director never met. He unfortunately died in a forty seven year is born, so we never got to meet him, you know? Yes, Joe, but we can imagine them. Yeah, we have this body of film that allow us to imagine and almost unimaginably sensitive funny, delicate Franch in. Inventor of the art of film. What a pleasure who loved women who loved women. That was the essence loved music, and he loved women. And I think in this time of me to and all of that, really it's his films are incredibly relevant of his respectfulness for women. The metoo women would not have something to complain bell. When talking about Ernst goo bridge the subject of the show, I think talking with Joseph broad author of hounded Lubich to it, published by Columbia, University, press. I have also with us Nicola Lubitsch the daughter of Lubitsch. It's a great pleasure and honored to have both of you weren't. I mean, I have to tell you, I want to do this again and again, I don't want you to go away. Thank you for joining factor.

Lubich Greenberg Nicola Lubitsch Hitler Jack Benny hammer museum UCLA Sutter wilder bell Phil Nikola I England Ernst Joe director Joseph Columbia forty seven year