21 Burst results for "Menasheh"

CBS censors itself

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:31 min | 2 years ago

CBS censors itself

"I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter. So Matt not that many people probably have CBS all access, but I would think that the majority of those who do are many many of those who do want to watch the good fight, which is the spin off from the CBS series. The good wife these guys Michelle and Robert king who are the creators of both the good wife and the good fight have been in the news lately because it came out that CBS censored an episode of the good fight. And the reason for that was because they were worried about how China would react. Now, they do on this show. These little interstitial animations as they relate to the plot of the show. So they have a plot going on about China one of episode. I should mention of the good wife was actually censored in China. So maybe that's a callback to that. We're going to play just a little bit of the music from one of these little animation. So listeners can get a feel for it. This is about Russian. Troll farms, which is another subject at the show, which often deals with political stuff addressed. With the matter fake Facebook and Twitter accounts in a win through by the goal of screen. There's nasty permission garbage. So that is about play said Russian troll farms. There's one about China. It was censored by CBS ostensibly because they were worried about their executives who are in China, the Chinese government can sometimes get retaliatory that's a serious concern. But the kings. I suspect that the reason this wasn't played was because of the business that is at stake in China. Of course, I mean, this is the new frontier for every entertainment company. There is a gigantic market in China. And you're seeing one after another these examples of how content is changed or certain subjects are avoided to avoid angering the Chinese government. I mean, look at what happened with bohemian rhapsody. Every instance of pseudo gay innuendo. Was scrubbed from that movie. So it could get a China release. And you're seeing this over and over with different companies, they're terrified of offending a regime that can take action against content companies for fending them. Yeah. There's been examples, for example, not in China. You know, Netflix censored Hassan Menasheh Patriot Act when he addressed Saudi Arabia issues of the Saudi Arabia's conduct suspect to the murder of Jamal kashogi. So it's not just China, but China is this huge huge market. So it's it's something where you see film studios. Sometimes looking at scripts with an eye to might this offend the Chinese, and it's been unpredictable. It's hard to know what offends the Chinese. So that makes it that much. More difficult will end CBS all access is a US based streamer just CBS content goes all over and they have many business dealings as does Viacom it sister company. But this is. An interesting one because it's it's something on a show. You know, there's so much content out there on various CBS platforms. The fact that they are hypersensitive about a thirty second interstitial on a streaming only show is pretty interesting, and there is other stuff about China in the action of the show that could equally offend the Chinese which, but I as Emily Nussbaum points out in this really great story in the New Yorker that she wrote about this animated interstitial are go viral more easily than other things and are harder for algorithms to detect. So you can see why the idea that this is an animated interstitial might have made a set off alarm within CBS. I think it's extraordinarily that the kings went public about this. I mean, they have their deal at CBS. They have shows it CBS and showtimes show. That's that's in contention to be picked up a pilot right now as the networks move towards the up fronts in may. So it's extrordinary. And and I mean that shows the power of show runners these days you saw. What the blackish creator? Can you barris did last year when ABC's censored a racially charged episode of that show? So I think in this environment the networks have to be very sensitive to the show runners and their concerns. Yeah. Who knows maybe they wanna go somewhere else? Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's Matt felony editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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"menasheh" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"And then now you have to watch the bachelor franchise to get full. Yeah. Yeah. You can actually. Yeah. You hear the saliva on the bachelor. Yeah. You can hear the to live of moving around, Nick. And I watch Nick and watch the whole bachelor franchise and every single time without fail that any people are kissing. He goes oh God. Can't handle. Well, then where does he watch? That's the whole show. I now it's just I don't think he's secretly might be into. That was very sweet. I also I also like she uses condo as a verb. She said, she Marie Conrado. Yes. Yes. That was and Ellen was like, I don't know what you're talking about. And Megan has been going through her house, clearing out our house, seeing what sparks joined keeping it and thanking everything else for service and moving on from it and said, I've been con-going. My house has Debbie has Debbie. Tried Marie condo stuff. She Debbie intends to try it. And then intentions. Yeah. And then something happens. Right. Megan also, a hilarious that kissing noise. You heard was hilarious. You have to watch on your show. It's probably check out Megamall Molly on the on Jenner show. And then we had this is a guy. I just love. I call him Assan Manashe. He claims that his name is Haas on Manhattan. I call them home. He he he hosted the White House correspondents dinner a couple of years ago. I think it was the first White House correspondents dinner when Trump was President Trump declined to attend, and he was brilliant. I I remember listening to it in the car, we were on the way to dinner with my with Emily my daughter, and we could knock it out of the car because he was outrageously funny, and pointed and smart, and it really liked those things he really blew up after that. He now has his own show on Netflix called Patriot Act and it's a series, and it's it's it's politically charged and also smart, and and really funny, and it was his first appearance on our show. And he he told that he confessed to us that it was the thing that his mom had hoped. He would do is get to be on the Ellen show. Yeah. But I really liked him a lot. Here's very likable, dude. Yeah. He's cool. Here's a clip of that. Nice to meet you. I'm a huge fan of you. Thank you Assan Manashe. Yes. No, really. My name is Husselmann hush. Oh, I wanna do this actually want to do this on national television. Please everyone that says your name says Hasan Moniz. Yeah. But the real way you pronounce it. And this is a big deal because my parents are here. It's Husselmann Hodge and people always mispronounce it. They're always like a scene Menasheh Hussein. I'm so sorry, I can't pronounce it. Meet my son Higgs wither throttled third. How do you pronounce house try it? All right. That's on mini ish. No, that's not how I appreciate people trying. I was actually I was doing CNN which is like, it's it's a international drama show where nine people yell at each other. And the host brought me out. He was like he was trying really hard. He was like breathing heavily. And he was just like give it up for how thin mean high. It was like he was casting a spell on me. And I'm just like. You don't have to say it again. So that people hear it again, hus-, cinnamon. Hush house men has. Yes is how yes look when I first started doing comedy people like you should change your name. And I'm like, I'm not going to change my name if you can pronounce Ansel Elgort you can pronounce it doesn't actor named Ansel Elgort, and we all just walk around pronouncing completely normally. Yeah. Well, did generous was hard for people to get for a while. What did they do de generes or degenerate or like? Lots of other things you cited strong. Yeah. And now, it's too generous. But Hossan Menasheh Schmid so emphasis on the H S. And what do they do at Starbucks today at Starbucks? I just go by Timothy shell LeMay. Keep it simple. And they usually do it right with Timothy with to ease..

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Hasan Minhaj talks about the struggles of having his name pronounced right

Ellen on the Go

02:55 min | 2 years ago

Hasan Minhaj talks about the struggles of having his name pronounced right

"We had this is a guy. I just love. I call him Assan Manashe. He claims that his name is Haas on Manhattan. I call them home. He he he hosted the White House correspondents dinner a couple of years ago. I think it was the first White House correspondents dinner when Trump was President Trump declined to attend, and he was brilliant. I I remember listening to it in the car, we were on the way to dinner with my with Emily my daughter, and we could knock it out of the car because he was outrageously funny, and pointed and smart, and it really liked those things he really blew up after that. He now has his own show on Netflix called Patriot Act and it's a series, and it's it's it's politically charged and also smart, and and really funny, and it was his first appearance on our show. And he he told that he confessed to us that it was the thing that his mom had hoped. He would do is get to be on the Ellen show. Yeah. But I really liked him a lot. Here's very likable, dude. Yeah. He's cool. Here's a clip of that. Nice to meet you. I'm a huge fan of you. Thank you Assan Manashe. Yes. No, really. My name is Husselmann hush. Oh, I wanna do this actually want to do this on national television. Please everyone that says your name says Hasan Moniz. Yeah. But the real way you pronounce it. And this is a big deal because my parents are here. It's Husselmann Hodge and people always mispronounce it. They're always like a scene Menasheh Hussein. I'm so sorry, I can't pronounce it. Meet my son Higgs wither throttled third. How do you pronounce house try it? All right. That's on mini ish. No, that's not how I appreciate people trying. I was actually I was doing CNN which is like, it's it's a international drama show where nine people yell at each other. And the host brought me out. He was like he was trying really hard. He was like breathing heavily. And he was just like give it up for how thin mean high. It was like he was casting a spell on me. And I'm just like. You don't have to say it again. So that people hear it again, hus-, cinnamon. Hush house men has. Yes is how yes look when I first started doing comedy people like you should change your name. And I'm like, I'm not going to change my name if you can pronounce Ansel Elgort you can pronounce it doesn't actor named Ansel Elgort, and we all just walk around pronouncing completely normally. Yeah. Well, did generous was hard for people to get for a while. What did they do de generes or degenerate or like? Lots of other things you cited strong. Yeah. And now, it's too generous. But Hossan Menasheh Schmid so emphasis on the H S. And what do they do at Starbucks today at Starbucks? I just go by Timothy shell LeMay. Keep it simple. And they usually do it right with Timothy with to ease.

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"menasheh" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"You know, it's frustrating. How often Trump lies? But at least he has the courtesy to make all of these lies, easy to disprove, you know, like all of his life. You can just Google and the truth is the first result a lot of people don't know this. But I won best supporting actress in nineteen seventy nine. I'm pretty sure that was Meryl Streep that's my stage name Merrill, three. You're lying. No at gang. So Trump George Conway they're going out at hot and stuck in the middle of this brawl between ho boss, and her husband is Kellyanne herself Kellyanne Conway finally weighed in today, speaking by phone with politico and defended the president saying, quote, he left it alone for months out of respect for me. But you think he shouldn't respond when somebody a non medical professional accuses him of having a mental disorder. You think he should just take that sitting down defending Trump shouldn't take it sitting down? Well, I mean, Donald Trump, I think he's taking everything sitting down. The same person who even walks sitting down. I mean, that's what we're talking about. As much as we make fun of Kellyanne Conway, you've gotta admit the sucks for her husband is publicly beefing with her boss, that's not normal and on top of all of that. Everyone on cable news is trying to give her marriage advice. Would you be a little upset with your husband? If he did what we've seen from George Conway who would work for a boss. It causes your husband illusion her to millions and millions of people. I think it's probably hurting his wife's relationships inside the building. I cannot understand how you live in that marriage. And he walks in and says, I'm gonna hammer your boss again tonight in public. I don't get that one. I think she's doesn't have any choice at some point. She's going to have to decide between Donald Trump and her husband. This is not working out. Okay. Okay. Okay. That's just cruel. All right gossiping about who marriage that way. And it's definitely inappropriate. That CNN has a countdown clock to Kellyanne divorced not necessarily reading on this. Look. No discussion of someone's marriage problems should ever be on cable news. All right. It should be on. Dr phil. Which is why we invited him to the show. So we could talk about this with him. But unfortunately, Dr Phil couldn't come because he had some kind of mustache emergency. He said, so luckily, I actually have a cousin in Texas who is also TV therapist. So, ladies and gentlemen. Please welcome. Dr treva. To Dr for Trevor today. I want to talk about this whole brouhaha hall. The tweet kill George Conway and errs I like to call it a Menasheh Thuan doing. First of all, George Conway, you're out alive fell. Well, why don't you shut down? And just support your career is making her life, a living cook, pork, my.

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"menasheh" Discussed on The Read

The Read

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on The Read

"Help scarred. Current present future. So is asking the judge to force future senior into mediation. So that they can decide on a travel itinerary for future junior who was four. Now. According to this report Sierra is alleging that when future does have the baby he goes over to grandma house are mama house me my grandma, whoever because feature has you know songs to ride and lean to guzzle and those women to impregnate lemon pepper wings to eat whilst scouting. Okay. Well, it's allegedly weighing on the child, and then Sarah wants to hammer this thing out and get things together. She wants the judge to force them into mediation. So they can figure this shit out. And if he won't do that, then they got to go to trial or she wants to go to trial. Well, damn sounds like Sierra is not playing about her her baby. It would be one thing if big future was picking him up and take it home to his grandma house and little future was like so hyped to go to my mom's house and see all his cousins and play. Because honestly, I'm thinking about macho outed that would've been me. I would have been like ale. Yeah. Let's go to me my house because I know she'd unmade something. Hi corn. Sarah, it's cold like daddy. Go round. If I'm going over there where the fruit snacks. But if the baby is coming back home to Seattle upset and talking about how he didn't even really see daddy the whole time. He was gone. And all that then I wonder if the percent understand Sierra being like, okay? So then why are you taking him? If you don't do nothing with him. But I could also see this four year old who in his mind has daddy like like NCI over. As long as I got snacks in a good amount of time, or whatever I don't really I mean. Well, unfortunately, I don't really know little fugitives Any any of of the the other other parties. parties involved office of assumptions here, you know, nothing, but you know, gossip headlines like everybody else. Right. But what is being reported as him out and wants to get this whole should iron out. Meanwhile, Sierra allegedly has like two new girls pregnant and the whole baby mama mad at the two new girls. For Sierra got two girls. You never know. Six. Yeah. You know, futures out here with a whole lot of situations going on as far as things seem as done. So I mean, I just have not known Sierra over the past for years to do anything to the detriment of our child. So if she wants a judge to force them into mediation, I have to some she wants it for a very good reason. She also doesn't seem to be like ever in a hurry to have anything to do with that child's biological daily. Right. You know, like Sierras seems like if she never ever has to see the nigga say his name have discussion be apartment discussion. Ever her life again? That's fine code. Yes. Oh, don't really seem like this is something Sarah's doing because she just loves it super wants to probably thing. Dan, my baby. Daddy, leave me. And do me wrong. I'm a drag him through court. Have found me a good, man. We have gotten married. He's raising my son like his own. We have a daughter as well like life is peachy over here. Like, I wish I could just stay on this gravy chain. But no Lil future. Daddy have to come through here. Breaking my baby's heart making him upset. And so now, I gotta take this look of the court because I'll be damned if you make my son cry, you know, that's just shit. You have to deal with sometimes when you baby daddy. I shit. Nikki Menasheh new relationship with God some guy shrine, right? So the guy's name is Kenneth petty zoo Kennedy zoo, petty, I guess, zoos nickname, okay. We wanna know why? Because he's a dog..

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Comedian Trevor Noah jokes about Elon Musk smoking weed on Joe Rogan show

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Comedian Trevor Noah jokes about Elon Musk smoking weed on Joe Rogan show

"You've invested your money with Elon Musk, your stock might be going up in smoke tesla stock, took a dive after it's chief accounting officer, quit and CEO. Elon Musk appeared in a video that's raising some eyebrows musk appeared to smoke pot with comedian Joe Rogan during his popular podcast, late Thursday, musk asked if it was legal before he took a puff, the interview took place in California where it is legal, what the hell is most doing. I mean, like I, we heard reports that he was doing math and now he's getting high on camera and also how do you even know if must is high? Because even when he's so but he's like, you know what we should do. We should go to Mars. Wouldn't it be great if when Ilan must gets high his high, it's just normal thoughts like he gets high and he's like, you know what? I should wash my dishes after I eat.

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"menasheh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hey, elizabeth. Welcome home. I hope you're hanging in there. I don't know that I would recommend like coming and going to work on the day that you fly in. I was thinking, oh, it's no problem. Right, so greedy. I can imagine, you know, a good night's rest will. Daily added tomorrow. And let me tell you I did keep up on gossip a little bit. I'm so glad I was taking notes on all the fashion things that you were talking about because it is so fun. And I it's fun to go anywhere in Europe. Particularly Paris to see what people are wearing. And then you're kind of going. Oh, I should get a little fresh perspective on my outfit. Yeah. What's the number one thing that you think that we should buy? Well, I mean they're wearing dresses. Yeah. They are wearing dresses deco below the knee. Well, I mean, they had you know on the hot days, they weren't necessarily. But maybe maybe some new pants and a new jacket a blazer that fits you fewer better things my friends. Yes. That's what we can learn that lady that we met at the fair that had on that blazer that we were just going. Yeah. Google that's fun. Mazing well all weekend. I was looking at the stories about Nicki Menaj already be. We haven't covered this. Okay. So Nicki Minaj was on the radio today. And she said she had her own show radio. Yes. She has her own radio show. She said she found this incident mortifying and humiliating, especially since it took place in front of upper echelon people who have their lives together. So address the claim that Nicki Menaj made disparaging remarks about Cardi B's newborn daughter, and that's what sent Cardi B into a frenzy. Nicki Minaj said it's all lies. I would never ridicule anyone's child it's so sad for someone to pin that on somebody. I would never talk about. Anyone's child are parenting. These lies are ridiculous. And she said it's crazy for me that people always need to make me the bad guy. And she was using her real name. Oh nica. She said I was wearing a goatee a gown off the bleeping runway. And I could not believe how humiliated it all felt how we made ourselves. Look women fistfight Cardi B entourage's were fading. Yes. The entourage's were fighting because Cardi B like went after Nicki Menaj, and it came in is kind of stayed away from it. Well, then she'd take her shoes and throw matter shoe was thrown Cardi B has like a big. Like a goose egg on the site. I from where she was hit. You can see her in video lunging toward meet Nikki Manashe before she threw the show as their security teams rushed in to break it up and it happened. Just as the red carpet was ending the back of Cardi B's. Dress was torn and she was escorted out and Nicki Minaj was unharmed. She was quickly escorted downstairs by her security team and insiders saying that the bump on the forehead two Cardi B was the result of an elbow. Nikki Menasheh security we've got to talk about less.

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"menasheh" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Critical Role

"Where's the map? Is that love. It's on the way. Well, it's on a way north. If we wanted to go to the north, it's not. No, it's it's. It's more east, but it's east east. It's due east. It's definitely not west. Here do east coast down here. We could also be tweak. We could. I mean if you really wanted to, but we could PCH this and basically hit the coast and then just take that really annoyingly long drive from San Francisco. So pretty. Oppose it to the group. I'm happy to the combs. I can wait. I don't mind. Wait. I don't have. Have a specific from dis. It's the end of the month rate on delivery, and we're at the beginning of this month or beginning. This way again, soon we'll have to come through dashingly. Can. I mean, that is the next. Looks like the main road goes through fellow win anyway. The might road away from the Menasheh Rico's. Yep. Maybe that's that's a river. That. Before we leave. Can I just stop by the pillow trove and let them know any mail coming for me or or miss lavar Esquire police, four with that too on them and host by way of nickel, Ron, this and my mom's place. Okay. We'll be the season place in as you're forwarding service. Tell you what the coast, we will propose it to the group. If they don't want to go, I will go. You're more powerful now too. Got a bunch of paper. You've been doing new spells and things. It's personal. Go ahead. No, it's pretty incredible. Have you been able to, you know, do anything that you've wanted to been studying like some special spectacular, spell. I mean, I've expanded in my repertoire. I have a few nutrients that I will hold onto full, but I'm on. Are you okay. I think so. Okay. Seem a little restless too. Well, let's just ever since some. Molly fell. I've just been this just a bit of a sense of urgency. You know, we have. We have things that we need to do and we don't have forever to do them. So I just want to keep you on your path. Keep on my path as well. I'm working online minus a little. Llangollen paps. What is it that you're working on? Just learning new magic..

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"menasheh" Discussed on Bodega Boys

Bodega Boys

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bodega Boys

"That's like, like, what can you are you against that? You know what I'm saying? Like this mad albums, and I know artists objective long, three, Joe. Thriller thriller because this is true as amazing. Geography, all about it because all you care about now is what streams. I guess what a lot of folk songs that are coming out of the you fuck with our street up samples of Mike zone. That's what Nikki Menasheh to push back her album because it has the Tracy Chapman sample that he could not clear Tracy Chapman. Now we all know it was like the hurts her fans like tweeting Tracy Chapman, like clear the sample. We all know Tracy, we all without knowing what's happ- it is. I can guarantee you. We all know what Tracy Chapman sample, because Tracy Chapman only has. Have notable sample, what it has to be fast car. Has it fast car? Yes, this fast car. This is NASCAR. No was fast car or fucking. What do you call it was. I wanna. Damn it. It's like if you choose the other one. Yeah, two other one. She's got a couple of joints, but I mean fast car. I wanna hold you. Baby. Can I hold you crosswords new beginning. Tell us stories when we stand me. One reason. That's one reason. That was the joint her from Ohio. So this is the sample and Tracy Chapman with the same person for the longest Seinfeld Sampha. So south of different. I was like, you chase chapels, a Jewish man. Wow. Yes, shouts. Tracy Chapman. She did was Walker for a little bit there were you don't say she had a famous. I have a public life. That's my work life. I've public life. That's my work life, and I have my private life in some ways of decision to keep doing two things separate relates to the work. I do. So, yeah, I'll stop coming in people's private lives. Great quote, always. Uh-huh. Let's let's keep them private. I was had an you from the world has how in the world I was. Yeah. Saying also, can I go on record now? This is a hot take. I wanna say score for you might meet scorpion might be Drake's whereas album. Yeah. Yeah, the the worst. Yeah. I mean, not worse, like worse beat wise, but just it just doesn't. It doesn't. It doesn't hold. I feel like people feel like, yeah, I feel like every he's always given us an album. He like this doesn't feel like is felt like an album. He just made. I feel like, yeah, because I feel like he's he's trying to get out from the deal. Yeah, thank heels them like one more albums. So he's not really like giving it his all. But like at the same time he's not gonna put up some totally wack shit. I mean, it It is. is like as soon as they come into the club, you like all shit? Yes, but we're not. We don't live in clubs, you know what I'm saying? Like the banks of the club one day, does it bang when you listen to it on the train? No, if a song only bangs, because you see other people get hyped up about it in a social situation rack. I'm just out there if there are songs that you can only enjoy at pizza zoo or fucking Lama. Reno. Shit. That's cool. But in your personal, like you're not gonna have the same affect we used to with your cleaning out. You don't get hired over you here. Drew's in true. It's cool, but like how? What look like, wait a minute in front of my cat on the Sunday morning. That's not. It's not the same energy computers computers paying all the computers bangs. How I'm a chain. Like he You like. know, maybe I'm built different different type of guy. Hip hop, hot real hip hop. You don't see it. You know what I'm saying? I listened to the moment of truth, king star. Okay. His early to me. Stop. Steve..

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"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

"First of all, describe trouble in paradise as it appeared to you. When you saw it, you were in undergraduate student. Addison Wisconsin Wisconsin was running film society and we showed trouble in paradise and you know, part of the reason he hasn't been as well known as should be. I mean, he was a big name in his time. Here's a household word like Hitchcock. His films became inaccessible for a long time partly because of censorship. Partly because times changed and trouble in paradise reappeared in the late sixties. And I saw this film and I was just bold overnight thought at the time. I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it..

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"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

"First of all, describe trouble in paradise as it appeared to you. When you saw it, you were in undergraduate student. Addison Wisconsin Wisconsin was running film society and we showed trouble in paradise and you know, part of the reason he hasn't been as well known as should be. I mean, he was a big name in his time. Here's a household word like Hitchcock. His films became inaccessible for a long time partly because of censorship. Partly because times changed and trouble in paradise reappeared in the late sixties. And I saw this film and I was just bold overnight thought at the time. I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it..

Paul Gauguin America Ernst Lubitsch Wisconsin Hitchcock MGM Saul Steinberg Rosen Hollywood Billy woundr Louis John Renoir Paris Menasheh Leers Dakota Lubich wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

"First of all, describe trouble in paradise as it appeared to you. When you saw it, you were in undergraduate student. Addison Wisconsin Wisconsin was running film society and we showed trouble in paradise and you know, part of the reason he hasn't been as well known as should be. I mean, he was a big name in his time. Here's a household word like Hitchcock. His films became inaccessible for a long time partly because of censorship. Partly because times changed and trouble in paradise reappeared in the late sixties. And I saw this film and I was just bold overnight thought at the time. I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it..

Paul Gauguin America Ernst Lubitsch Wisconsin Hitchcock MGM Saul Steinberg Rosen Hollywood Billy woundr Louis John Renoir Paris Menasheh Leers Dakota Lubich wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

"First of all, describe trouble in paradise as it appeared to you. When you saw it, you were in undergraduate student. Addison Wisconsin Wisconsin was running film society and we showed trouble in paradise and you know, part of the reason he hasn't been as well known as should be. I mean, he was a big name in his time. Here's a household word like Hitchcock. His films became inaccessible for a long time partly because of censorship. Partly because times changed and trouble in paradise reappeared in the late sixties. And I saw this film and I was just bold overnight thought at the time. I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it..

Paul Gauguin America Ernst Lubitsch Wisconsin Hitchcock MGM Saul Steinberg Rosen Hollywood Billy woundr Louis John Renoir Paris Menasheh Leers Dakota Lubich wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

"First of all, describe trouble in paradise as it appeared to you. When you saw it, you were in undergraduate student. Addison Wisconsin Wisconsin was running film society and we showed trouble in paradise and you know, part of the reason he hasn't been as well known as should be. I mean, he was a big name in his time. Here's a household word like Hitchcock. His films became inaccessible for a long time partly because of censorship. Partly because times changed and trouble in paradise reappeared in the late sixties. And I saw this film and I was just bold overnight thought at the time. I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it..

Paul Gauguin America Ernst Lubitsch Wisconsin Hitchcock MGM Saul Steinberg Rosen Hollywood Billy woundr Louis John Renoir Paris Menasheh Leers Dakota Lubich wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

"First of all, describe trouble in paradise as it appeared to you. When you saw it, you were in undergraduate student. Addison Wisconsin Wisconsin was running film society and we showed trouble in paradise and you know, part of the reason he hasn't been as well known as should be. I mean, he was a big name in his time. Here's a household word like Hitchcock. His films became inaccessible for a long time partly because of censorship. Partly because times changed and trouble in paradise reappeared in the late sixties. And I saw this film and I was just bold overnight thought at the time. I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it..

Paul Gauguin America Ernst Lubitsch Wisconsin Hitchcock MGM Saul Steinberg Rosen Hollywood Billy woundr Louis John Renoir Paris Menasheh Leers Dakota Lubich wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Bookworm

"First of all, describe trouble in paradise as it appeared to you. When you saw it, you were in undergraduate student. Addison Wisconsin Wisconsin was running film society and we showed trouble in paradise and you know, part of the reason he hasn't been as well known as should be. I mean, he was a big name in his time. Here's a household word like Hitchcock. His films became inaccessible for a long time partly because of censorship. Partly because times changed and trouble in paradise reappeared in the late sixties. And I saw this film and I was just bold overnight thought at the time. I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it..

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Drake's Alleged Baby Mama Signed On For “Real Mistresses Of Atlanta”

Fred and Angi

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Drake's Alleged Baby Mama Signed On For “Real Mistresses Of Atlanta”

"Nikki menasheh willow smith addressed everything from his mental health and drug addiction to tristan thompsons cheating scandal and wife kim kardashian west's reaction to his famous or infamous comment about slavery being choice i cannot wait to hear this out on the mother of drake's alleged son apparently tried her hand on a reality show about professional side shakes twenty twelve trailer for a show called the real mistresses of atlanta so or so who used her stage name rosie divine is introduced as one of the four leading ladies french model who likes luxury a model she's seen taking talking to nba player over the phone and he tells her to buy any condo of her choice by it apparently drake has been financially supporting her since the birth of his child adana sow so at least he's stepping up more to check out online today jimmy kimmel's nba.

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"menasheh" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on KOMO

"The school where students accused him of propositioning them for a menasheh twat the report goes on to say manuel or has been scrutinized for the way he interacts with female workers at the state legislature these are claims manuel or denies manuel whaler is a republican house majority leader pat sold in a democrat now says it's time for manuel whaler to resign when asked about the allegations yesterday on kdoi manuel asia there's no way he's quitting and he'll be more cautious in what he says who colleagues charlie harger komo worried about the effect to the gop tax reform bill all the price of homes in the south sound public housing officials turned to senator maria cantwell today at a conference in olympia cantwell said she heard a lot about the high demand for ford will housing coupled with extremely low they liability right now we don't need to see a decrease in investment and affordable housing we need to see a huge increase in the number of units in our state and other places in the united states get will sits on a bipartisan committee to reconcile the house and senate versions of the tax reform bill she says she will work to preserve the lowincome housing tax credit that measure enacted under president ronald reagan in 1980 six is endangered being reduced or repealed by the gop tax reform bill president trump's economic policies good big thumbs up from one of our regions most influential business leaders komos pete combs reports boeing see jio dennis muilenburg is solidly and the president's corner dennis muilenburg says president trump gets it the thing i love about that president trump is he's he's really focused on helping business succeed speaking on cnbc's mad money with jim kramer muller burke says he's solidly behind the gop tax reform effort tax reform is a single most important thing we can do in this country unleash economic energy bonnenberg predicts the air travel industry will continue to outpace the general economy growing at about seven percent a year in the nearterm this year he says boeing has built about seven hundred fifty planes by 2020 he says that number will climb to more than nine hundred planes a year pete combs komo news a republican congresswoman kathy mcmorris rogers as there are some overlooked but important reforms to help the disabled in the house tax reform bill nick morse rogers was on fox news.

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"menasheh" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Double Toasted

"This guy menard menasheh minhas menasheh menashe a this man he actually works either real grocer i don't think he's an actor like they get they've they're big admiral grocery store in this movie is about him in his life as a as a single parent the is so real with this guy that he didn't even he didn't even go to a movie theater hints in a movie theater before this i can't never gone to see a move with the first time in the movie was seen himself at the end this heating know they will film and yeah here is going to outfielder who would like the poor at a buddhist yeah it's yeah this is based on historic menasheh lustick is his name he's a real grocer and a lot of these people are really doubt that their actors to and he he builds this in a bear real way you know there's not a lot of cinematic lighting going on a lot of his hand hailed when you're watching this and they're not sent in on the characters were you just watching them go through the civic culture is almost like watch a documentary of a of a culture that you don't know argued not familiar with and it's kinda fascinating their way now the great thing about this is then and with with the great thing is about a menasheh boy depot is that you look at this and you say okay you know what dealing with family dealing with relatives very familiar everybody has an culture and you look at menasheh you'd like you say in agriculture has their one dummy off your head their one guy bed jess does the gated he's pissing people off and still asking for money he deke care resoution cute cute who you see him with animals and you just get scared because you know like the saudis had ally man you say when animals are now i'm really not exaggerated preceded you see when animals you like men pleased that animal waste now he's gonna kill it is it for why does the rest.

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"menasheh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Vic mensah was twelve years old when he became aware of how people perceive him me i'm half african high risk some german i'm all of these things but the police don't know at that age twelve on the difference between vitamin black police told me your mouth by mensah unhcr his new album the autobiography this afternoon on all things considered from npr news back weekdays starting at four on wnyc spraying welcome back it's todd's wellek and reproduce mounted newsday and with us here at the takeaways still with me hire afer hey taught array for you've been diving into a new film called menasheh that's coming out now this takes place in the borough park neighborhood in brooklyn it's home to one of the largest orthodox jewish communities in all of the us that's where this film menasheh take makes place it's coming out in theaters today and refer you saw this film yeah i did it's a lovely film this is a drama a cast almost entirely with acidic actors living in burrow park speaking mostly in yiddish and it's really a window into a community that we never get to see and a community that is very separate from in the secular world the director was telling me that not only was as the first time that many of these people had been in a film but it was the first time that many of these people heeded encina fill in who is the title character who is menasheh that's menasheh lustick that's the actor he plays a guy who has lost his wife his wife died leaving him with a yeah a young son but because of rabbinical law he cannot live with his son unless he gets remarried and raises that child in a two parent household and this film is essentially based on manashe is real life a his real story his real situation i got a chance to sit down with menasheh and with the director joshua weinstein and i asked him what drew him to this project it was the impossibility of it was the fact that never been done before that probably will never be able to via conflict again and this was society that we see every day in the city but if purposefully does not want interact with us and.

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"menasheh" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"menasheh" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"They can show all the dynamic and emotion that's important father and son in estonia latvia let us what is it can cost nearly all the dialogue in menasheh is in the film aims to be the genuine article from the get go authenticity was most quite aspect of making this film if it wasn't going to be one hundred percent correct in every way possible then i was interested in making it so that the challenge excited me and the biggest part was still had to be told india should these people speak english in everyday lives that is linked to get home and they have hollywood actor speaking in english would have just felt so phony that i don't even know what the point of making would have been i gather you speak yiddish so was it difficult directing a film iniative everything of this home was more possible than next aspect of it you know we wrote the script in english and then we had translators translate into yiddish by british as such a language that blockbyblock neighbourhood by neighbourhood family my family speaks differently so we'd have huge talmudic debates about what the correct words were how to say certain things the film takes only insist inside the often misunderstood tightlyknit traditionbound insula ultraorthodox jewish community in new york is it a blockade retro film programs at the jewish community center in manhattan screened the film this month for audiences and get to be a fly on the wall within a community that we don't often get to peer into it's a very closed community that lives by its own rules and its own structure and often even will put their rules before the laws of the states.

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