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Nolan #3 - Insomnia / Blow the Man Down / True History of the Kelly Gang
"From Chicago. This is film spotting. I'm Adam Kanner and I'm Josh. Larsen can't be easy to keep working after three days. No sleep to keep focus. You're seeing things yet. Cause little flashes tricks alight that's Robin Williams with Al Pacino in Christopher Nolan's insomnia from two thousand and two as the follow up to his mind. Bending breakout hit. Memento insomnia struck some at the time as a frustratingly straightforward thriller. This week we continue our Nolan who've review with a fresh look plus we'll have thoughts on three new releases all available online more. Can I get up Pacino ahead? Unfilled SPOTTING Welcome to film spotting Josh. The theaters are closed. But the movies keep coming at least if you know where to look this week. We've got reviews of three new releases. Include ONE. That's definitely a golden brick. Were the debut. That's the cozy noir thriller. Blow the man down a feature debut set in Downey's main and the down under set the true history of the Kelly gang from director. Justin Kurt Sel and the high school set Sela and the spades one. You caught up with Josh Ross. Going to continue our Christopher Nolan who've review with two thousand? Two's insomnia the black sheep. Maybe of the Nolan filmography. We'll see if it does deserve that reputation later in the show first though let's talk some new movies for a change including that Australian import true history of the Kelly gang mother soldier pan. You cost me you. Can that back a child? It is already traveling. Full tilt toward the men are would become. That's from the trailer for True History of the Kelly gang which is available to rent ondemand this weekend. The director is Justin Kerr. Zal who previously made twenty eleven the snow town murders than in two thousand fifteen. He did Macbeth. Which starred Michael Faster and Marion Cotillard? All three of them re teamed for two thousand sixteen assassin's creed now. Kelly gang is set in colonial Australia. Where Kelly and his group of anarchists violently rebel against their British rulers nineteen. Seventeen George MCI plays Ned Kelly. The film also stars Russell. Crowe Nicholas Holt Thomasson. Mackenzie and Charlie Hunnam so strong. Cast their Adam. You're able to get an early look at this one before. It's on demand release. Did the cast live up to. Its Promise House the film in general some of it definitely did in terms of the cast. This is actually my first. Kerr Zal film. Haven't seen any of the other three that you mentioned despite the fact that Michael Fast Bender has been in those two that you mentioned and I'm always down for Good Shakespeare Adaptation. I can't compare obviously this film the Kelly Gang to his adaptation of Macbeth specifically but there is a lot of the Scottish play in his telling of Ned Kelly. Se Davis from our beloved. The Baba Duke plays his mother in this film and she is not someone to cross. She's domineering she's vengeful. It's born from years of oppression as a woman and as an Irish woman living under English rule in Australia. You hear her in the trailer. Seda a young Ned. You're a man. Now you go out and show the world. This isn't a gentle mother's encouragement. It's an order and like Macbeth himself. As ned gets closer to his fate the matter he gets and that unhinged hallucinatory spirit is. What colonel taps into visually think about the late nineteenth century? We get in. John Hill coats the proposition as a counterpoint. This is not that at all. This is realism clashing with fantasy to the point where there are times in certain sequences and shots. Josh especially a recurring motif of a man riding a horse. That feels more like more door than the Bush way outside Melbourne. And so I've dropped Macbeth. I've dropped Lord of the rings throw in the assassination of Jesse James by the Coward. Robert Ford and the pop aesthetic of Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette. Except with punk instead and you get some sense of what watching the true history of the Kelly. Gang is really like which may sound really amazing to you and other people. Yeah I'm I'm hooked so far. Yeah it's definitely a lot and honestly it was a little bit too much for me. Wants so much to be this fiery sneer. That doesn't conform do conventional biography and it's full of these big ideas about colonialism and storytelling and masculinity and challenging gender and sexual norms. The gang the Kelly gang actually wears dresses for me. It's just all too much of a performance of assault to really embrace and actually MCI is part of it. He's a really intriguing presence and has an unsettling physicality that he definitely brings to this role. A presence was kind of all he was in nineteen seventeen. That's kind of by the design of that film and I haven't read anything about his performance but I wouldn't be shocked to learn that he went really method here that he he went so deep. And as I said there's there's an intensity to it there's a real physicality to it but he's burrowed so deep into it. So deep into Ned Kelly psyche that he never emerges for me and I can appreciate the audacity of what Kerr's doing here and his. I our first shot of young. Ned actually is him peering through a slit in his makeshift home while his mother is engaged in a sex act with a paying customer. That's a British officer played by Hunnam and then later at the end it is big showdown with authorities. He's wearing iron over his head for protection. With the sliver is is that matches that exact same point of view so crucial knows what he's doing absolutely and he does have a really game cast Russell. Crowe shows up for a little bit in this movie. And there's a lot of fun as outlaw. Who Basically pays for? He buys a young Ned as an indentured servant to teach him the trade. And I really like Nicholas Holt. In this movie. He shows up maybe about midway through as a really charming despicable and entitled English constable. Who BEFRIENDS NED in the family? Until the family decides that they're not going to subjugate themselves to him like he expects everyone to do so some juicy fund performances here and crystals definitely doing allot as I said in terms of the filmmaking sounds like there might even be a little bit of animal kingdom in there too with the mother son Dynamic and of course the Australians setting so I. I'm intrigued by those comparisons. We'll we'll have to see if the catch up with if it works a little bit better for me. The True History of the Kelly gang is available to rent on demand right. Now the new one you caught up with Josh is called Sela and the spades the directing debut of Theresa Poh. It had its debut back in January at Sundance and it came to Amazon prime. This past weekend in your letterbox review you wrote any movie that mixes the DNA of mean girls. Brick and schooldays has my attention. We're all over the place with our references in this show so far. Tell me more. Yeah this this could be a lazy short and in some ways doing this exercise. But I think it's it is really helpful in this case because those are great films with distinct styles each trying to do something that maybe you hadn't quite seen before done in that way and mixing it all together is really exciting. That also puts a ton of pressure on a relatively small film like Sela and the spades and so I don't know if it's the sort of pressure this movie can entirely bare but I like that. All of these elements are in here that the basic scenario is selling. The speights takes place at an elite boarding school and we follow the illicit dealings and also the the relationships among various student factions there called and each of these factions. They're essentially like criminal gangs. So Sela played by Lovey Simone. She runs the drug-dealing spades. And you know there are maybe some Macbeth Lady Macbeth specifically comparisons to make here in her ambition and the way she holds grip on power. She does take an underclassmen under her wing. But as we come to learn you know it may not be the most altruistic reasons that underclassmen played by Celeste O'Connor now both of those performances are really strong by Simone and O'Connor There are some good supporting turns to. I could see this being one of those smaller. First films where two or three of the actors in them and this happened with mean girls as well right pop up in later films and you really see what what great talents. They have their There's also the whole criminal element calls on brick of course that this is going on among high schoolers beneath the adults is. It's kind of amazing. How little the adults have to play in in this world And then there are some really striking flourishes by PLO as director. And here's where some of the the school days Spike Lee school days comparisons come in because Sela is also the head of the spirit squad for the school and they have a direct address to the camera routine just about what. It's like to be a seventeen year old
"ned kelly" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Have have to imagine some of it was fear. You don't WanNa insult the Bush ranger but these three day benders the three day. Feast that sort of thing townspeople like them to a certain extent so with this new law in a one thousand pound reward on his head hall decided that he was going to call it quits but he was betrayed by a friend. End and troopers showed up at his hiding place may fifth eighteen sixty five shot him in the back then shot him thirty more times and that was pretty much at the end of the notorious hall. Gang last two members of his gang were also shot executed within the next few months but he did get some ballot immortality though courtesy of halls brother-in-law. And I'M GONNA force the rhymes here to make this work dargin. He was chosen to shoot the outlaw. Dead The troopers burs then. Fired madly filled him full of lead. They rolled him in a blanket and strapped him to his prod and led him through the streets of Forbes to show the prize fries they had had. But you know we're GonNa make it work So that was the end of Ben Hall but we have another Bush stranger. WHO's not such a cheery founding fellow and he's not quite as likable? So I would say that the notoriety of Ben Hall's gang and the ineptitude of the police are often credited as the reason behind the felons apprehension act of eighteen sixty five but not all of the Bush Rangers of the eighteen sixties worthies Robin Hood type Characters Hosting Three Day parties one in particular mad. Dan Morgan was known for meaningless. Murders cruelty and violence. Mad Dan as he was called was born John Fuller in New South Wales in eighteen thirty and he was the illegitimate child of Mary. Owen and George Fuller and unlike Ben Hall Dan Morgan. He didn't start out on the straight and narrow pretty much as early as teens. He was suspected of stealing stock but his actual arrest record began in eighteen fifty four when he was sentenced to twelve years of hard labor for highway robbery in Victoria. He always claimed he was innocent of this original crime. Though that's the interest is what made him a bitter man so after after six years he was released on a ticket of leave for good behavior and didn't report back. He was on the Lam and from that point became known as down down the river. Jack and he started work as a horse breaker in a station hand so maybe kind of getting into legitimate work except that he got into Bush ranging pretty fast when he stole the prize horse of the family. He worked for and one member of that family. Evan Evans along with another squatter tracked Jack Doc back to his camp and badly hurt him but he did manage to escape and from then on. He changed his name yet again and became known as Daniel. Morgan Billy the native. And this is when he really gets into serious Bush ranging. He was tied to the bailing up of a police. Magistrate into who robberies across northeast Victoria. He even gets a two hundred pound reward. 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You'll save twenty five percent or more of your first year at Norton Dot com slash gone. That's Norton Dot Com slash gone for twenty five percent off by the next year in eighteen. Sixty four. He drove up the price on his head considerably. Early by shooting the overseer John Maclean and just a few days later a police sergeant to so now there's a one thousand pounds reward on his head and by September. Remember another sergeant was killed. Morgan claimed responsibility for that too so he just kept. It just kept snowballing. Morgan was quite different from some of the other rangers. We've discussed. He usually usually worked alone for example or if he had accomplices. They'd change from job to job so he didn't have one crew or Gangi worked with the entire time he'd sometimes be remarkably Qabli cruel to he would force groups of Chinese workers to sing and dance before shooting one in the arm. He also forced the wife of a home stutter against a fire until her skirt caught fire and after bailing coaches he'd stampede the horses and once tied squatter Isaac Vincent to offense and then set fire to a nearby shed. So it's not a very nice guy area bad but he really really hated squatters. And it's good that we gave that explanations. No at squatters are. You're not just like what he having against since squatters illegal landholders but he hated those who had bad reputations as employers especially and during raids. He'd pull all these stunts. That kind of sound like Robin Hood but kind of bad too like Robin Hood with a dark twist. In one case he made one squatter right more than four hundred pounds worth of checks to his employees while he was bailing him up and during another he made the employer give food and drink to all of his employees and his temper per was really unpredictable to it could shift on a dime turning from courtly. They'll tell you often see it described and consider it too violent and thus his name Madden Madam sometimes mad dog and it's this element of his personality that unpredictable temper plus his five foot ten frame his dark beard in in this very hooked bird like knows that made people seriously afraid of him and he worked on that fear he would kill informants without question Shannon. That's probably part of why he part of the reason why he worked alone and switched up his partners so frequently but he he was the scary guy eventually though his reputation did catch up with him in the early months of eighteen sixty five. Morgan pulled six major robberies before the passing of the felons apprehension act and the day that it did pass US April eighth eighteen sixty five. He committed his last crime in what timing right exactly he build up. A homestead in northeast Victoria pretty standard stuff. Jeff from Oregon Right. But what he didn't know was that the CO owner of the station. A man named George Rutherford lift really nearby and a nurse at the station. Alice Keenan managed to get word to Rutherford about what was going on. He rounded up a posse of workers local men and police to wait for Morgan's appearance in the morning. So when Morgan emerged in the morning to steal a horse he was shot in the back and he died by that afternoon but they didn't just bury them though they didn't they cut his beard skin and all off of his face consent his severed head to a Melbourne anatomy professor. Yeah the beard thing is usually described as being flayed off his face which I think is so horrible. What a what a gross souvenir but Kind of a a grisly end for Dan. Morgan will definitely grisly end. But these Bush strangers have obviously continued to capture the imagination of Australians and really people around the world and we talked a little bit about Ned Kelly halley movies and spinoffs and things but fortunately their spin offs regarding other bushrangers to. It's not all about ned is. I hope we've proved with this podcast. PODCAST series yeah just an example of a few of the films that are out there about other Bush. Rangers is a nineteen seventy six film called mad dog. Morgan starring Dennis Hopper Oppor. He sounds like a really good mad. Dog Morgan Yeah. Definitely nineteen fifty three. There was another movie called. Captain Thunderbolt made by seasonal homes and there are several real movie adaptations of the novel robbery under arms by Ralph Boulder would and those feature Bush Ranger Captain Starlight. Whose real name I believe was Harry Redford and and finally? There's a movie called Ben Hall notorious Bushranger which was made in nineteen eleven and there were also Ben Hall TV shows. There was a series. I think on Ben Hall in Nineteen Nineteen Seventy Five which was a collaboration between the BBC and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. So those are just a few of the options that are out there. If do you WANNA see some other Bush ranger movies but there are so many and I would invite all our listeners to send us some recommendations because everyone was so good about sending us Ned. Kelly movie recommedations combinations. We heard all about the Heath Ledger. Ned Kelly. Two thousand three one Mick Jagger one. Everyone says you shouldn't see because it's so terrible. A few people who said well you should just I see it. Because I mean I mean Jagger. Thank you so much for joining us today for this Saturday classic. If you have heard any kind of email address there may be a facebook url during the course of the episode. That might be obsolete. It might be doubly doubly obsolete because we have changed our email address again. You can now reach us at history podcasts that I heart radio DOT com. And we're all over social media at missed in history and you can subscribe to our show on Apple. podcast Google podcasts. 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"ned kelly" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"This summer we put out a call on our facebook topic suggestions that were not about the United States or Europe. Yep We got a lot of suggestions for Australia asking us to talk about Ned Kelly or other Bush rangers. They came in but the same time because when I put this on her facebook. It was the middle all of the night and Australia. And all of a sudden. All of Australia's not all of Australia people in Australia started waking up and looking at facebook and responding to this with a question questions about Ned Kelly and similar folks and previous hosts Sarah in Dobalina actually did three episodes about Bush Rangers back in two thousand eleven. So over the next three Saturday's we're GONNA I share all of those and today. We are starting with Ned. Kelly which I came out on June twentieth twenty eleven. One thing that comes up in this episode is that Sarah and Dobalina didn't know the details of movies about Ned Kelly off hand when it came up in the studio that happens to US sometimes too and then they heard from lots of listeners about these movies after the episode originally originally aired. They talk about this again at the end of the third thing that we're sharing in on a Saturday but so listeners. Don't have to wait that long. A couple couple of the examples that they talk about are the two thousand three ned. Kelly starring. He's ledger and the one thousand nine hundred. Seventy Ned. Kelly starring Mick Jagger of all people of course there are plenty of others Bush ranger movies are a whole genre in Australian cinema and one last note that we wanna make sure we share. This episode is more than eight years old at this point and if we were recording this same story today we would probably update various language related to criminal justice in incarceration so just keep that in mind otherwise enjoy welcome to stuff. You missed in history class. A production of iheartradio's how stuff works. Hello and welcome to the PODCAST DOBALINA chocolate boarding. And I'm scared outy. And this episode starts off in one of my favorite favorite ways with a mysterious unidentified head or skull rather as a good way to start a podcast. We've done in a few times but it's always a classic intro. So here's how this story starts in two thousand nine a West Australian farmer named Tom. Boxer turned in skull to the authorities claiming that it's the skull of Ned Kelly. A famous Bush ranger bandit who was executed back in eighteen hundreds. His body was believed to be buried in a mass grave. But for decades Kelly skull lived in a display case in Melbourne Gaol. Until that is it was stolen in nineteen seventy eight so nobody has has really known where the skull the head was. Since then it's been a mystery and Baxter didn't really help illuminate that question very much. He refuses assist to say how he got the skull or if he was involved in it staff which is kind of sketchy. If you think about it yeah I wonder if there will be more details on that aspect of it in the future but as far as we know right now. Researchers haven't positively identified the head as Ned in two thousand ten. They issued kind of a request for help. They had sort of reached the end of the road as far as they could go and testing things and they asked people to turn in any information that they know any stories any photographs and at least one man. According to a story in August August two thousand ten has come forward with a tooth that he believes belongs to the skull so a tooth that had been handed down through his family as a souvenir. Rally sort sort of Ned Kelly. Exactly and he has given it to the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine where which is the body. That's conducting the research. And so what happens ends with that. I know very so there's been that renewed interest in Kelly but really he's never really gone away from the Australian collective consciousness. He's been the celebrated outlaw the subjective many songs books and films over the years and some even think of him as national folk hero. There are others though who consider him just as is a ruthless criminal a villain. So we're going to try to get to the bottom of how these takes on his character could be so vastly different and while we explore. We're that we're also going to take a look at his wildlife and the last stand that's been so romanticized over the years but to really understand Ned story first. You need to know a little bit about Bush Rangers and if you're not Australian it probably doesn't really have any context where you right. But Bush Rangers were basically bandits highwaymen who specialized in robbing or bailing up as it was called stage coaches banks and small settlements. We'll try to use the authentic lingo. Oh in the whenever we can so what they did was sort of in the same vein as legendary English highway robbers. So they're often compared to the likes of Dick Turpin also. So sometimes you'll see comparisons to the American wild west people like Jesse James But the Bush ranging industry actually went for longer than America's wild west period the main period of Australia's Bush ranging spanned about one hundred years from the guy who's considered the first Bush ranger black. Caesar to Ned Kelly's gang in eighteen eighty. Yeah and there were also more Bush rangers per capita in Australia than there were outlaws in America about six thousand Bush Rangers during that period that we mentioned and a lot of fees Bush rangers were really just ruthless killers but sometimes they've been glorified and characterize as Robin Hood type folk heroes mainly because of the actions Of A few specific Bush Rangers such as Edward. Teddy the Jew Boy Davis who supposedly treated his victims humanely and shared. What what he stole with the poor? And we see this idea in the Kelly story to their certainly robinhood element to it so set up the period that this story takes a little bit better are we should explain that. Within that hundred year period of Bush ranging there were two sort of sub periods from about seventeen eighty nine to eighteen fifties Bush. Rangers were mostly flee escaped convicts but from eighteen fifty to eighteen eighty or so most Bush rangers were free settlers who had broken the law and Ned Kelly definitely fell into that latter camp. Yes so ned. Kelly was born in June eighteen. Fifty five in the state of Victoria Australia and he was the first son of Irish parents. Ellen James Called Ride Kelly and his dad had somewhat of a criminal background himself giving transported from Ireland to Australia for stealing and ned grew up up in this clan like atmosphere of Irish Australian families in this area and according to an article by gram seal in history today they were called free selectors so basically poor people who were allowed by the government to cultivate tracks mainland for a small amount of rent many of these free selectors Ned. Ned Kelly's family certainly included made their living off of a combination of quote legal pastoral activities and illegal activities such as stock stealing in which Australia was known as dumping and this would consequently get them into trouble with the law. Now and then incidently. Many feel that it's this association with an economically economically and politically disadvantaged social group that helped characterise Bush Rangers Lake Net as quote poor. Man's heroes so that kind of sets up the villain vs hero. Get Robin Hood Motif Right. The future is closer than you think and it it all starts in the palm of your hand you may have heard the news. Five G. is coming but what does that really mean. How would it impact me In this new IHEART series this time tomorrow presented by team above business. Join me as often and my cursed characterize as we will you through the true revolution immobility. 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"ned kelly" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Bruins lost the bearcats on the road a series egg delay for a guy that was once considered sitter a football mind which genuflect to once he enters the room however bill blass keith not the only one in this room but the only one good reporting around here look at this is what he had to say. You can just hear that gulp. Its second cartoon j._v. What on earth happened. Char's ned kelly. You know what it'd be good to find out because you just said this guy was anointed as an offensive genius and all of a sudden he's playing. It seems a plan like that. Some people will call him a failure in the n._f._l. Right now he's a failure u._c._l._a. They brought him. All in the only people are happy about it or florida data's fans who are happy now. The gators didn't apparently sign him the the two good things about what happened last night. One cincinnati is a pretty good team. They gotta top twenty defense and they showed that last night and the only other thing is that at eighty seven players on chip. Kelly's rosters are freshman and sophomore so hopefully you can get better in a year if you feel fans are still around the watterson any thoughts. Why are we expecting oregon resurgent. He was set up to sixty. They're right. They had the money they have the they have the backing of nike just cool all uniforms to get those players it all starts with the recruits and chip kelly has got better. I say for now guys. Let's just be a little bit patient but if we expect him to go out here and win more than nine games. Our expectations are way too high for chip kelly. That's not what we do around the morning by the way be patient enough million necessarily woodrow your thoughts yeah. It's never been my task and be patient. I want to see it now. I want to see results. I i want to see a team beat cincinnati pillow. Oh well. I mean you got the good news k. B.'s got eighty seven freshmen sophomores. The bad news is they have eighty seven. I mean people have caught up in a chip kelly. The worst chip kelly did san francisco. I go workout philadelphia. How'd your workout workout leaving oregon. Everybody else's caught up everybody else. Doing it spread offense. He's not even doing the whole fits. He did. It argue that u._c._l._a. If you want that game it looked like anybody's like dark variety office and he can blame familiar enough with that stu last verd- from you. It wasn't too long ago back to back ted sixties title with the eagles since then thirty to forty seven. He has gone from the future of football to a punchline. That's what kelly good line. There's a horn. Here's a break finally tried edible believable. He thinks he's going for back to back. He thinks that's going to happen. This is gonna make it hard for you. See on the other side. Everybody loves a night out. Whether it's going to see your favorite band in person or being there in the crowd to cheer on your team.
"ned kelly" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"He was like start to finish on this yet at the same time. Well, I guess certainly Colonel has not made another move. He's doing Ned Kelly gang movie now, but that's sort of like TB status. I don't know what he'll go back to doing small volumes. Really? Yeah. Fast bender. I guess sort of a bad run for fast Benner, not the star. It's kind of a middle of the story fest benders careers very much like he has the X men movies, which do pretty well. Right. They're not, you know, maybe marvel hits. But they do pretty well. Yeah. And then apart from that everything he does is a failure. Right. I would say the exception to that is the alien prequels due to. Okay. Yeah. And he's wonderful. But but coveted half of what they're not doing what studio want right x-men films are certainly dip in dip. And the other thing was for a while. It was like, oh, but he's giving his really great dramatic performances in between. Seen in the last years assesses Crete, he does know be before Steve Jobs. Right. But but right after this his prestige place, stop working as well. Like light between oceans that's actually before this same year twenty. They're both twenty sixteen movies, right? This is the year where things get a little for one hundred percent this year. He had pockets light between oceans something called trespass against us, which I think was like. But then you go into creed. Song to song extra had sunk two song which was shot in like the stone age, but the snowman. The incumbent in the snowman, right? He hasn't made a movie since the snowman, right? He's got next tried to make snow movie. I like, yeah. No, it's tried. It's it's It's the same the same thing. thing where I'm like, I like this director. Yeah. I like snowmen. Yes. I like fast bend who her motion of the. Was the clue Harry holes. Do love Harry hole and the holes and Kilmer. Yeah. I know. And then you not looking he's overdubbed. He was sick like area sink. Yeah. And then I mean, we have we talked about it. You know, Alfredsson was like we finish it. Yeah. Like literally like, we didn't finish it. And rather than give you money to finish it. We'll just edit this together in a to something that runs the length of a movie right without being one. I've talked about this. I feel like too much recently. But like I feel like people ask me all the time..
"ned kelly" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Not included coming up on KCBS. We check in with KCBS and chronicle insider, fill matere Phillips more on mo- has more on governor Newson changing pace on yet. Another of his predecessors public works projects. Raiders make some moves today. We've got Kevin the rat on the KCBS sportsline as expected they brought back veteran running back. Doug Martin who rushed for seven hundred twenty three yards last season to lead the raiders the raiders lost running back. Isaiah Crowell to a torn. Achilles the other day. So the thirty year old Martin is back. The raiders also cut veteran tight and Lee Smith and signed five of their draft picks in the NBA. Seventy Sixers lead Toronto thirty to twenty nine after one quarter of play in Philadelphia and gained three. That's here. He's tied one one sharks at Colorado tonight game four San Jose up two games to one face off at seven sharks. Looking for more of the same? They got a great production outta that coacher line the other night and a four two win hockey legend Ned Kelly who was part of eight Stanley Cup championship teams died today at the age of ninety one check this guy out. He's spent thirteen seasons with Detroit helped the Red Wings when four championships from nineteen fifty to fifty five in nineteen fifty four. He was the first winner of the James Norris trophy, which goes to the NHL top defenseman. He was traded to Toronto during the fifty nine six. Sixty season then became a forward with the Maple Leafs scored at least twenty goals in each of the first three full seasons with Toronto Leafs won the Stanley Cup four times during his time there from sixty two to sixty seven and wall in Toronto Ned Kelly was also a member of parliament. He was elected as the liberal m p for York west in one thousand nine hundred sixty two and sixty three that's something. He's an N P and a hall of fame defenseman at the same time, not bad not bad at all sports at fifteen and forty five at all news, one six nine AM, seven.
"ned kelly" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"They pulled up their clothes showing the naked posterior, which they similar tenuous smacked with the Huns making allowed a not very musical noise. On another occasion, some dozen or twenty women sees the governor took off his trousers and deliberately endeavoured to deprive him of his manhood. Now what happens to the chickens doesn't sound? So doesn't. Always think I think the people that was over to Australia, though, were kind of the lowest of the low and society like the really lower class, working classes, but it was a whole range of people. It was basically anyone unwanted in Britain. So there was really a good article by Thomas nearly the Australian author who is describing the kind of people that would go, and he was saying was a loss of members of the gentry in the bourgeoisie. But people who sort of had counseling debts or had gotten themselves into trouble. Or he said bluff English lands who weren't particularly good academically or hood impregnated the made and then go just because so Ned Kelly is obviously relevant to this. So this police force was created in the police became quite corrupt and hated and then you've got these rebels in Australia who kind of hero villains and Ned Kelly is the main one, but I didn't know that the world's first feature length film was the Kelly gang. So it was the story of the Kenny guy. It was made in one thousand nine hundred six and. It was banned almost immediately because it was shown in Australian cinemas it was super successful. And then people started committing kind of imitation crimes. Oh bunch of kids went and held up a photography warehouse. I think and stole a bunch of stuff from it and held up some school children at gunpoint. And what's again? So everyone was fine. So yeah, they cancelled it, but it was really successful. And they used to the reviews got kind of annoyed about it. Because the way they did films in those days was people went to the cinema, and they showed the film, and they also had a lecturer standing by the side of explaining the action as it happened because of his he knows sound, and then they had access behind the screen who are giving it the dialogue. So really, an apparently the Kelly dialogue and sound effects were so loud that it really upset me but who used to quite silent films. So there was something called the Kelly blue graph which reviews referred to which is going to the cinema to see the net Kelly film, and you just like be deafened by these thunderclaps that they were doing behind the green. Lecturer. Just by the side just filling you who everyone is every. Any mobile superhero film? I would like that. Just. The raw. Just making of famous ustralian convicts from from that period. So Ned Kelly Moore outlawed than convict initially. There was a guy called moon. Dine Joe moon. Dine was the place. He is from and this guy he'd arrived for the boats. Didn't think it was the very first fleet. But he he kind of served his sentence there, and he was let free and he so they must have sorted out..
"ned kelly" Discussed on Probably Science
"And therefore could not prove that he suffered Hamal confusion due to the search engine. This might be why he never made another film. He never made an well. He made two more films off the young Einstein. He made a film called reckless Kelly, which is about Ned Kelly and midst accident in two thousand which is about an accident prone. Extremely accident prone person. Oh, I did watch the reckless Kelly film. They are totally fine that was nineteen Ninety-three. And then he changed his name to Netscape gravitons. Like gandhi. How how long were you sitting on that full? I was just trying to decide on this serious synonym and this not even a synonym, but it's still works. Choke. Is there a MRs gravity? All right seriously, though, escape. So who else you looking for an stri, science wise? I think Dr Karl is we've got to try and get them spend. So he did a show with wil Anderson for the longest time, and he was the science guy all that try. I think we've being connected with him at all. We'll try we'll cool. Comedians. Yeah. He's he's current residents is a Meru bre because Baru bre Australia. New South Wales. I think is it acquaintance. It is in. Newsouth about y'all. You serious also paid in the opening ceremonies for the two thousand Sydney Olympics. Holy brought out the big guns. Honestly, I just want to formally apologize. Once again and every podcast. Visit I'm going to do this. I think in let's say I have I want to apologize for the Sydney Olympics opening and closing ceremonies that was so fucking chase. Where they don't remember them. I remember the Olympics being success on. I remember it beat working. Well, I don't think I it was so bad. It was bad. We had in. Okay, firstly. We had something like five hundred synchronized lawnmowers. That's cool. Doing like, a giant sort of Cari graft thing dance, sequence whatever that spelled out might or whatever I don't know if you looked at it from an aerial view. We also had inflatable kangaroos in florescent colors and sounds also era. I don't know what you're coming from barbecues that will wield out all the tropes. It's. As the prime minister of history there. I just want. All oh, I forgot to mention that. Oh, she is this fall less interesting than comedian, a friend. Yeah. He's also has yahu series has an honorary doctorate from the university of Newcastle. So don't all straight I presume yesterday, not Newcastle Britain. Yes. We go. Yahoo serious. I love that. This comes up every straddling gates. Really? I don't know. Why just you have made him close this circle? I have to see the movies. I had key prefer. We've had a. Yeah. We had a large number of Australian guests in this has come up almost every time brilliant. I remember this confused me because it was around the time that young Sherlock Holmes came out, and Frankenstein was like ten eleven years earlier, but still there were too many young movies. Like, it was a weird time, can you? We haven't had young babies for a long long time. Maybe would you another job you've done Sheldon over here? It's not a movie, but I see. And where's old Einstein? Where's like? That was cold IQ. Starring most orange talks like the what's that was about. Yes. That's right Buffy. She's still pretty young. We do a Sabrina on Netflix right now. It's true Sabrina. But it's some political news, by the way because this is a few things, but this is the day off to the election in that we're recording this the day after the US midterms and. I know it wasn't an unqualified success for the Democrats. But it certainly was a qualified success. You know, take it one of the one of the biggies is Democrats being charged congress, which means that they can then they will once again being charged of the important committees, including normal having a climate change denier in charge of the environment. Oh, that's a relief. What's what's the what's the person who will be? I know how this who will be taking it over. And then what's the committee cold? Let me look thing. We thought it problematic series of governments industry, the this general swing to the right? That's happened universally. I think any Britain happened in Australia too. And I'll never forget when Tony Abbott out liberal prime minister, which liberal industry remains right wing..
"ned kelly" Discussed on X96
"Suppose list. Yeah. It's radio from how with another lists. Because people love a good lists x ninety six. Can I can I guess what? Number one is. It's so knife. It's Larry the lobster. That's not a knife. But this big knife. Gina actually, I do believe the big knife. There is a big knife on the list now. No, no. But but in reference to that movie someone made a big knife, and it is mounted some in some towns. That's not a knife. That's a banana too. Big bananas the big banana litchi where there is. There is the big Welsh Dylan shows more of the pictures, and then I can tell you more about that's a big that's a big Merino, sheep sheep or very. You know, very integral to Australia for sheep shearing that learned that from the Thornburgh that's a big. I don't know what it is. It's a boot with a lizard on the frog on a frog on it. A giant guitar. This is the weirdest and these giant art easel with the painting on the Pindi on it. The people of Australia are that's another kind of. The people of Australia are really proud of their big thing. Stop on this one. That's okay. That is a giant Ned Kelly Ned Kelly's a famous outlaw. Yeah. He's a very famous big Jagger played him in a movie. Boy, you gotta bucket on your head. That's his armor. And he's holding. That thing is like thirty five forty feet tall holding a rifle. That's new the big EMU. And so this is a list of big judge gigantic of some kind of grouper fish. I think it's so charming that the Australians to this Bill. I think you need to go to Australia and take a tour of the big thing people. Do you should get? I think as you get off the plane and say take me to the big. No, no, that's not how you do. No. No. You go on a track. And you the people go around Australia walk. They tried to jeanane. Glad you're such an expert on all. I had no idea you were such an Australia. File I had no idea at all. I bet you. I'll bet you bet you could sing the kookaburra song. Can't you can singer come on sing the kookaburra? So I can say I can sing it. I can't do this the down under kookaburra since the old gum tree. Mary mary. King of the bourgeoisie. I eating all the gumdrops. He could see that's another line. There must be more. Big things Bill. You could you've not mentioned all of the big one hundred and fifty of them. There are well k now Gina that you've said that at the mall. I hadn't planned on doing that. But now because it's a challenge all of Austria, there's a giant crocodile? There's a giant native man with a huge penis. God. Yes. A gigantic spear. There is I don't it's looks like the Pink Panther. Everytown many towns want to have their own big thing. There's a giant apple there's a bowl a giant keg. It's like a huge operational. It's it's a building. There are many different fish giant fish. We call that a knife. This is a knife. That's not a now. Alright. Alright you in I'll say you fly spoon e before if you go to just look up Australia's big things, you can go to Wikipedia. Here's a bolt. And the not both. Bigger is only one of them big. They're screwed together. Gina. John. A giant frog. Now, the hell is that? Oh, it's captain cook. A giant statue of captain cook. Australia's don't actually I wish we had big things. Why because they're cool. Don't you? We're gonna Paul Bunyan down in Saint George. We do there's the ridiculously large rocking chair at the bare, Chevron and don't you like it like you go past people's neighborhoods, and you see that they've built robots in their front yard. There used to be. There used to be a big chicken down in Spanish fork did there. Yeah. Stole stolen. I don't know anything about it. There's a giant cockatoo? Yes. Dylan. Here's what I'd like to do. Okay. Like to get Bill on a plane with as a matter of fact, the sooner you can get me out of this dump the better with a camera crew. I want a documentary mate following Bill to through Austrailia. He's not allowed to have any maps. They just he just wanders the countryside. Looking for big thing. Looking for big thing. There's no way that wouldn't be in Sundance next year. Oh, there's no way that she didn't black and white film. Here's a giant beach chair. What's with these people? What's with you? Someone is suggesting that. I'm gonna suggesting that this might help the list. Oh, yeah. With your lack of sense of wonder and amazement of gypsum staunches me, sometimes just. Just. Wonderful for things that are amazing. This is so poor innocent and wonderful, which is why is the subject of a great documentary, and is indicative of the beautiful, people of Australia..
"ned kelly" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Remember the time when people like this is weird lords of dog town to coming up that's coming up, right? So then two thousand doing makes the four feathers massive bumps. Oh, yeah. Bentley, it was the three people who are supposed to be the new big movie stars face plants. Then he makes Ned Kelly, which is like an Australian epic with with Linda bloom. And now we want because then he was dating AMI, Ouattara while he makes the order. I don't even the, I was trying to remember. That's a weird like religious. A movie thriller, but that felt like when it was like, oh, he's making like Romanian screen gems, movies. It was kinda like, is that what he's already his two thousand five. We've got back book back Brokeback we lords. Dog town. She's great. She's kind of like a supporting role in the area. It's very James, Franco in spring break. I I would have given him a best supporting actor. He's already gonna lead actor. I would have put him in both copies in the brothers Grimm with Dame, yes. This year which is bad. It's weird, weird and then casanovas well, don't forget the casanovas bio Disney's big Cazenove film that will that one is bad. That's loss. Yes. And then so yes, now it's like he's all of a sudden back. He does. I'm not there in two thousand seven. He does the dark Knight in two thousand eight, and that's that the everything was possibly hit. Just one just us. There was one of the murderers. Yeah, that's crazy. It's it's a really fucking tragic. It's still it's still yet. So it goes without saying, but it's still so sad because you really just saw the depth of his talent with. I think there's back mountain and well, he's good and all this shit. But for me, it's like there's Brokeback mountain and there's the dark Knight and like, and then go like this guy could do. With those two, it's like crazy. Just imagine in between and then you never get to see any of that. I think he's really good up there. Actually, I do too. The movie is difficult, but performance in that movie in terms of showcase, like I'm here like performances. You'd be happy with just one of the dark Knight Brokeback in your career to have both of those are two conic like mammoth performance. And the other thing is it's like one of those like really heartbreaking. What if where you go like, what would he have spent the dark Knight capital on, right, right. He could have done anything made. Would've won the Oscar either way because everyone everyone says at all. You're listening to the best performance in film that year by far then we got Jaiqi Jilin honky. Who I had seen on the London stage. This is our youth. Oh, wow, hate and Christiansen pacman cut out even saying. And then you have to take a fucking knife to this. I mean, he's Hollywood royalty dashing director and cinematographer. Right, right directors, mothers screenwriter Naomi phone or who wrote a running on empty. Stephen children, it's yes. Yeah, he's in October sky, which is so cute and city. Slickers Cutie. Well, forgetting getting his child roles, but yes. Darko bubble boy. Yes, which I let me just say just quickly before he Marley Shelton fish. Oh, yeah, movies. Good. Really just say before we move on got on your Darko. Do you know what I'm saying? Oh, boy, totally dude. Like I didn't watch it. I like saw it. You know what I'm saying? Like I really saw what it was. Here's my impression of j Chilin hall this time is that he was just so cute. Right? Like the good girl. He plays a guy who's just like kind of gorgeous on it right Joel face. Moonlight mile day after tomorrow. Right. So mile Ellen Pompeo first film for so she was discovered at a bar? Yes, she is that one of the many movies where she's like dead and mostly off screen or is she like she's on he falls. She's essentially the manic pixie dream girl right sidebar just because I know you're to the only people I could have this conversation with his angry because God's the plot broke Brokeback..
"ned kelly" Discussed on KTRH
"Dreaming, great dreams and so on and especially about Jack Parsons. Brian because people now are just barely getting acquainted with you Jack Parsons is thanks, to a TV show on CBS all access called strange, angel and I had asked you if you'd seen the series what are your thoughts on on how they're depicting Jack as not only a rocket scientists put a man who. Had or was part of this. Underground or this occult underbelly Well I think when I spoke to you I was a bit optimistic I'd seen the first apple sailed I thought it was Okay but having tried to. Sit through two more I find it almost unwatchable it's I don't think it. Portrays Parsons As he. Was it's This show is maybe that's how these sort of. TV serial things are now it just it's dominated by these, certain Cheap dramatic Trump's to keep tension going it seems just find it. Really annoying and so far there hasn't been Any real content And Parsons is depicted as a rather dull person And I guess he hasn't sorted by the drunken psychopath neighbor who is, the, Selami that is, started introducing, him to quality etcetera which is really you know Not what happened? So if you for those who are not aware of who Jack Parsons is how would you describe him and how, would you where would, you place him I mean there there have been plenty of magicians before him and I and I talked about people like John? Deere Ned Kelly with you and of course also Croly how would you place him as someone who has influenced or at, least, changed the direction, of magic Well Parsons is was a maverick and also kind of an anomaly you know it's It's good that he kept a detailed record of. His, workings because otherwise he probably would not be recognized in this, way at, all What he There wasn't really anyone else like him And as far as his works, in the end being failure or success it's kind of hard to tell He he didn't end up. So well no he didn't think that when he teamed up with L, Ron Hubbard that was big mistake Right yeah that's what one of his big mistakes and, you, know what the other big mistake was when he teamed up with Wilford t Smith who In the OT oh it seems like the the teachings of Alister Croly I think, pity him. And, he was a very sort of romantic poetic person but I think that the crew at the at the Pasadena lodge was really toxic, and You know Alastair Croly tried to warn him about Parsons you know, and He he wouldn't listen until it was pretty, much too, late And most of what Parsons did is he a blow up, a lot. Of things he played with bombs and smoke bombs he would he would cause explosions to the point where he was doing the rocketry putting together. Some, of the engines that we use to go into space He was brilliant in that regard and then of course he's secret was that he the, FBI had him under investigation for rituals. Had him under investigation for things that they did with the the lodges that he was a practice not oh rituals and of course we find that he and l. Ron Hubbard wanted to do a ritual to bring forth, the? Moon child and this was called? The Babylon working? What, exactly can you tell me how the idea came about to, do the ritual to open a doorway to I call it the his vision of quantum tunneling going into open a doorway to allow something to come in what how did, that begin. And what what inspired it well it seems that he was inspired by Crowley's novel moon child which which describes a similar all all ritual and And at this point he's sort, of broke off from the standard practices of the Jio. Or grow lease order, of the a which is the silver star not alcoholics anonymous Astrum Argentinian yes, yes or astronaut are gone, or yeah exactly Once, but So he was very much following in the footsteps. Of Crowly he he had access to Crowley's secret, ritual documents and he was using a Nokia in magic as well as sex. Magic To perform these rights and I today I was going over my. Archives and, I pulled up a letter from Alister Crowley to another member of the order and he's talking about Jack. Parsons, and this sort of gives this is from, June fourteenth nineteen forty six and he's talking about freighter to ten is Parsons That's his magical motto to gin and he's talking about the possibility of arsons coming over to me earlier in. London and here I'll just read it really. Quick I'd love to hear. This it is no good talking about freighter to ten coming. Up he has got under the influence of a person whom I believe to be an ordinary, conman which would be a Hubbard at any. Rate he's acting quite. Insanely and as far as I can see both deceitfully and, dishonorably I am still waiting to hear whether the adverb dishonestly should be added to this. List in any, case he would not come, because, oh Kirsty people have no ideas of their own and do, nothing but pick up my ideas and tried to put them into operation without in the least understanding them or knowing how to bring them to. Success he or Ron or somebody is producing a moon. Child I get Fairly frantic. When I contemplate the idiocy of these goats I apologize. To goats So he was angry that he, didn't want anybody to Whose idea was it? To do? The Babylon working was? Hubbard's or was, it was, it was it Parsons Parsons but you could you. Know Hubbard was sort of a maybe. A agent provocateur he was very much egging arsons on and You know how much Hubbard was actually. Experiencing is very much in question you know His character is is doubtful and as Hubbard himself or stated that he. Was there Do you investigate in break up this black. Magic gang so he was you know Parsons best friend and his assistant in magic and Hubbard was saying that all these things were occurring. All these supernatural visions and things and Parsons was we, kind of eating it up it. Seemed like all of his aspirations were coming true but He may have been misled I mean I don't doubt that there was definitely some magical, phenomenon going on there but I think that Hubbard was twisting, this, experience to benefit, himself so when we. Talk about the end result of the the the ritual where they go out in the desert and they bring Marjorie. Cameron with them and they perform a sex, magic ritual and they tried to bring forth the moon? Child it's reported, that there, was something that opened up a huge bright. Yellow doorway opened and something got in I assume that was something that would be similar to the hunky Louis or some of the secret. Chief the Croly it talked about back when he summoned, lamb Would we would we. Agree that that what happened was that something like what Croly summoned like Lamm would appeared on the scene and could. You describe for me what lamb looked like Well these were very different operations? But I yeah lamb looks like the what we now Call the sort of classic alien or the. Gray, I guess it's more specific, and that, was, a draw drawing the Croly may around I think it was. Nineteen seventeen he was living in New York on west ninth. Street and he was Doing a working, called I'm Alonzo And, it was An extended and complex work of sex magic, involving several people And that was one of the beings appeared corley never directly stated that avalanche are with lamb or really ever said what land was exactly And with with the Babylon working There was two parts I was the ritual with Parsons and Hubbard and I think that's what was. In the desert is to, attract and elemental made and then. Later in Pasadena Cameron showed up at the house and that's Parsons believed that she was the elemental that he had summoned and later. He performed the so-called. Babylon working ritual with her In the idea was to inseminate her with the seat of the moon child yeah. To create a child on I think they intended to have this on the physical. Plane but definitely on the, astral would this be considered a, changeling of some kind or would this be a human child that could have been brought into this world and probably still is today Well it, could be a human child and if it's an elemental elemental, is not really human in. The sense that in elemental is just one element it's very powerful and specialize but only in that area and it doesn't have the element of spirit this element It's a soul as being what it is yeah. Yeah okay Brian Brian we. Had break this is fascinating Brian Butler with his ground zero the intricacies of the Babylon working Jack. Parsons course strange angels a TV show. On CBS all access they're doing, the story of Jack Parsons but of course as. Brian said it's not it's not all what Jack was about we're hearing with Jackson's about as far as the ritual not oh in of course Alastair Croly played a part in l. Ron Hubbard of course, we can't forget l., Ron Hubbard..
"ned kelly" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"I'm looking at you Mr.. Sunday movies all might. Well, I've seen that one where the train comes on you. That's like four seconds of film and then we'll run away. I remember now I don't know what's what I like my lovely visit of all is. Okay. Unlike. Some old BUSTER, Kate movies. I'm saying some of those the general and does a good. That's a solid film. I haven't seen. You've never seen the general. I haven't. Okay. It's about a train. Did you run away from it? If I'm watching movie, it'd better be trained in it. Right? I'm not really. I don't really go back for the fifties and sixties. Okay. That's kind of where a stop. I think he would be surprised and had good. This movie is. I'm not saying that don't good movies done exists. Yeah, run. But I'm saying that's like my my favorite era of movies like this. Probably the sixties early seventies. Yeah. And I guess the mid nineties Forrest Gump Apollo eleven third, aim other toll. Tom Hanks movies. Yeah, correct. The generals from ninety six. So this Elliot's up going isn't one of the earliest movies ever made a Ned Kelly movie? I think it is. Yeah. Yeah. It's a mess around with one of the first films in it's an Australian film bad. It's terrible. Welby Asli. It's going to be terrible. All the Isley. I think that's the show though. Might bring us to the end of the show the show, let's say, if you want to say hi to us, if you want to answer any of the burning questions that we've asked in this podcast, I would hope you would the thing about Robin again, but slightly would. Some other things. Yes, actually, I did have one more question. Okay. From a surprising, this is from Joshua skyro- with you mentioned this before with Ackerman taking inspiration from the now defunct new fifty, two, the costume inches of all techniques Bryce from from new fifty two. Yes. It's just reminded standing new fifty. Two was not very well. We'll save from audiences. What era of DC comics do you think Warner Brothers should draw their inspiration from to 'cause correct. Do you think it should be the new fifty two? Anything? I think I think even the comics. Okay, actually don't on that comic and abundant to draw fall. I think the laced, I think the worst part of the new fifty two was probably superman one hundred percent not even just that they took the the underpants. That's obviously a part of it, but he was just weirdly. Yep, he was especially in these early appearances. He was very, he seemed very smug. Yeah. In a we'd superiority complex which is fine. Line, which is he is one of the most powerful banks in the world, but sedan might. That's not the character of superman. It's not so, but on the boys, I remember thinking it was quite I like the new Batman, the Batman, the Batman that Bush Bama was pretty good. I like the new Akron. Yep, then you fifty two wrong. But if we had to pick another era, you know what? What like what lacked a lot? Yes, this isn't that could do this big rain, Latin, the new Greenland with one of your at that? No, it's different origin, and that's that's the universe where everybody's not quite as good. Yes, they're just maybe they get real. They just figure and stuff, but I think that's a could be. I don't know if it even fits within this universe, but are all of these TV shows in the movies that really connect you. Anyway, I'm saying, let's go back to like old time. He was going to say like nine hundred seventy s we go back to that the Neal Adams version of Batman where he's like the suits gray. That means you could do anything. You'll laced. No, I would. I would do one more if I would like one more of those Chris raves superman, nine hundred seventy s Batman. He's got the. He's got the cone flakes blue suits and he's got that. You know that we'd been that we have Miserotti batmobile you had that was a cool on. I think they'll be enough Batman movies made probably within loft on that, we will say, say that again, even if it's a bloody TV show, that's the show everybody what's up a good point. Good point. Well, you can get us at a weekly planet poll on Facebook and.
"ned kelly" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"You know or two that's i'll be a why two or three weeks for business in town urine lizzy camp the big house veron you look up to the price get get up up we have done wide and the wrong so what happens is events escalate to there's a beaten boy runs y 70s family a pursuit into the desert after a carrot to get killed prime brown soldered fletch appeasement the it and the film has a kind of western edge to it it looks astonishing the scenes when they get out into the ethics of into the into the barren land have a a hallucinatory quality and the direct to intersperses these sort of breathtaking shots of these enormous vistas characters and was lost in these races with very so disorientating closeups of details at the film opens with a a close up on a party in which something which looks like black tar is being boiled and it's sort of set the tone of the film but also sets a couple of narrative things narrative threads in play which on revealed himself during the course of the drama there's a lovely moment in which sensual at the rome is doing is taking a bunch of stock convention than turning them on their heads that character savvy sellimi's kelly which of course therefore revokes ned kelly in this one point when they arrive at local is showing a makeshift screening of the story the kelly gang which has now been accepted as the first full length narrative features are the film is tied up with the history of cinema as well and it's juggling two basic narratives one of them is the kind of the white cowboy narrative in the other is the sort of more mythical narrative of the indigenous people in these this is being played out through this kind of microcosmic story and what's really interesting is that keep doing what you don't expect it to do confrontation you expect don't happen all they don't happen in the way you expect them to do makeshift trials play out in ways that you don't expect and all the time the film is this kind of dreamy hallucinate recalled ziba match with a real sense being embedded in the land you know i've said this before for me films.
"ned kelly" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Uh worth the greatest nation twinsies bad had tally two bringing news and sound like hillary mad or pair nick kelly his nononsense if something you wish mad okay ned kelly have been get mad at dining john and gets claim mando had kelly who works for the gas gaspe shift great water mad ohio the body doughty are there nick gearhead parrots it conference lowers the hosted at colonial b c columbia university for teachers or teachers and principals of all raids it included workshops on dealing with white privilege really though teachers are now concerned about the whole white privilege stain in outstanding stupid was privileged ron with what his bond with beef now this is why people don't know anything anymore because teachers are more concerned about this leaving they can be conference called the free imagining education summer institute teachers and principals from all around the country explored quote opportunities and challenges of creating racially ethnically and socio economically integrated school what does that even mean that wasn't listening what was it it's teachers trying to deal with white privilege downright stupid i know but what is what is with all the item who all these people at that it we're whereabouts loses let's will one here at columbia uniform be shocking and all right well white peru how do you deal with that how do you even how many of us out thing is it kids college healing but here's the thing i'm getting tired of it and i think it's insulting to white people it's to keep talking about this privilege they claim we have the weren't privileges like a nice sounding word but that's a racist term the whole thing is racist white privilege is racist and is trying to say you get more because you're white so the bottom line is i'm tired of this and why are we supposed to sit on our hands and say nothing about it but he's stupid couch you're mina oral quote unquote white privilege and airplane.
"ned kelly" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Be there nick seven kelly his ten nononsense issue if something you rich mad okay ned kelly has been get mad at dining john and gets claim to be banned or has shelly who worked at a gas stay shift team race water mad body doughty plenty of this who knew within you all member mental arithmetic all right it is e r song i hear this your bonetti came not these spongebob square pencil do you love spongebob we find that out last week only distance windward thank you live to you to do that but are you ready all right here's metal had neckandneck and friends but the book transfer credits for a club from friends from the phone calls that be orlando shooter made our joined the be published later on today okay but according to elegant kevin does it bother where he gets ever else i do like that you're not going to be released he was other no and if they do editorials calls which i do believe they will of course they are it's absolutely ridiculous why are you what are you trying to save the terrorists from well you know i don't know why they're not showing the looking to air the whole thing that's the thing is going to join me they're not going to hear the whole thing they're gonna just give us a little snippet of it here and there and i hate that just tell us the whole thing let us here everything it would what are they gonna say is under investigation so that's why they're not yeah probably but with her attorney attorney general loretta lynch has said he talked about that quote he talked about second attitude his name is loretta now which is a her now the eu now but oh boy area clank i'm talking to madame not park near the more mattamy say she afterwards yes he did thank you i thought so too but thank you all right this slipofthetongue built that you could get a chick or not in the uk in you replied nick would be like oh sorry but my bad it's the heat now now still pain yeah sure.
"ned kelly" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Another way at the music it's so amazing but has also kind of a a bridge for him you know like blood on the tracks still hadn't come out so is still is a different era for him i am also interested in what you guys know about just the way the music comes up it's one of its skill pretty early in of rock music as as soundtrack there are some points where it's like somebody dies and there's like a beat just a like a beat more than a needs to be an enemies comes into reminded at someone is just died at least it's not raindrops key problem i have got i i love i love that movie except for that scene all my god i out i still want somebody to do a fan at it out butch cassidy the submits cactus shop in a fucking outta there oh my god it's fascinating how many like singersongwriter's did like western soundtracks ice leonard cohen which was already they had been recorded mccabe mrs myller if jost drummer on walker that ned kelly movie with big jagger had uh while i waylon jennings who did dead man uh neil young okay this film is especially an influence on dead man just sort of the the weird characters the drifting element of it to sort of the clumsy of violence i i think that uh i think this is a big influence on dead ban well as we're talking i keep thinking of the out forgiven like even when you're talking about alias possibly writing the story of garrod garreton billy the kid i'm thinking of the saul rubin a character writing about english bob in unforgiven and it's like that kind of uh idealized western world clashing with the little bill bill money the real life western that's happening and really you can kind of see like this whole idea of bill money is living kind of this ideal lies life at one point and then everything towards a shit and then he has to.
"ned kelly" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The first step apparently is to seek recognition this prince paul says he achieved by getting the local mayor to write a letter acknowledging the newlyformed principality of why the second stage he explains was to get his family to agree as prince paul joyfully holds call to the front through his wife princess soon goosen sits quietly in the background but her role in the life of why is integral princess susan i learned is responsible for the official currency the white balloon she showed me the first hand crafted note which includes wise coat of arms and the portrait of the prince in profile with no hint of a smile she tells me the white balloon notes will be signed numbered and available in denominations of two three and a half and seven the principality is one of around thirty micro nations in australia no when a show of the exact number by definition michael nations dumps it easily within the normal legal framework some like why are happy to abide by the laws of the land and accept they are really part of australia but others have found themselves more at odds with the authorities one of the oldest and largest micro nations the principality of hut river is a farming a state in western australia it's ruling family princes leonard and wayne are in the middle of a longrunning dispute with history and tax office which says the oh millions of dollars i'm curious to know why compared to other parts of the world so many australians have felt the need to succeed from the state and create their own according to principle it has something to do with the spirit of ned kelly the australian out more frequently memorialized in folk songs and paintings which usually depicted wearing his own homemade armor getting to dress up is clearly.
"ned kelly" Discussed on WCTC
"Go down the street where any of my friends from high school who were also marine who happened to be can or darker yes well getting pulled over and whether they're hispanic or native american you're going to be there while he curled a b program that he had said in plate right it can be honest with you i think to copping out could be he didn't understand going on today here locally they were thing on the new that his lawyer hadn't explained the law well not right it basically a crock right you know he he added eighty and he knows what was going on yeah yeah yeah he knew exactly what was going on in fact yeah he would brag about it at any personal each agreed he begins so like i said it one of the things that uh what i thought as eight yeah that sounds about right turned into a bit of a frankenstein monster anthony are going to as so do you think that the pardon was appropriate no actually i don't and i did vote for trump i definitely thought that was the lesser the to evil but it harsh here joe go and i mean it and be nobre eighty i'd knew that he wasn't going to ever see the inside of the jail right right can that has been taken down it no longer existed did a parking lot now though it's one of the things that the point in hilly moute yeah what i really don't like in the arizona public hacked pairs we're on the hook for his appeal right right i mean is always it is always the taxpayer that gets raked over the coals in these situations japan's anthony i want to ask you really quick just because you have a background with the military kind of an extension of what we were talking about with of joe but about donald trump uh sort of uh getting rid of the limitations when it comes to a local police precinct purchasing military equipment what are your thoughts on that well uh route one i i am really on the fan because i remember the la gun battle with the two people covered like as you like human furnaces yes yeah yeah the plant reenacting ned kelly beat the law angela and it it was sad he.