28 Burst results for "Olivier"
"olivier" Discussed on You Can Heal Your Life
"And you you look at a team her and you see what yeah completion like. Oh wow that's inspiring to. I want to do that. Yeah i feel these waltz or needs to also quit my own bath you know. So when you feel inspiration you can stop to load you know the different methods strategies the mindset. You can Improve to two to get what you want and you know just being dispath of exploring off trying to learn by yourself or his tools methods strategies it can be already Very interesting it can become a passion for some people and when you feel this combination of interest motivation and also pleasure from just starting to explore the bus. It's a good sign. You could be intelligent robot. And i like to things that you do in the book number one as you talk about education and how to change it and get a better education for yourself that might serve you In the to be an intelligent rebel to kind of set your own way and then the second half of the book you kind of explain how to become an entrepreneur. How to start your own business or start your own interest in things and and i'd love for you to talk a little bit about your ideas around that because one thing i'll say before you answer olivier is alleviate not only wrote this book but he practices everything in it. He's like we are talking before we did the interview and he he just wanted to mexico and he went to turkey he went to. He's going to morocco and a couple of like he's always going somewhere doing something and and somehow his business supports all that. So why don't you give them a little insight into all that olivia yet. Rethink your. I really try to practice what i say and to say what they do. You know It's very important for me And yeah as you mentioned. I also sharing the book like prevent good methods to learn by yourself because it's important for intelligence rebel to realize the shortcomings of the system. But it's kind of. I mean if you will wait for the system to reform itself reject tickets right and you will be in retirement when it happened. So you tune the by yourself how to overcome these limitations. And i give them to that in the book and the so part of the book as you said is how to quit a business that is in service of show into instead of live service of show business so obviously it's not going to be for all integer tremors. Not everyone wants to be an entrepreneur. And it's fine but in my experience. I found that. Entrepreneurship is really a great way to create your own adventure in inlex to be unintelligible and to find what the japanese score the iki guy. Wiki guys like the debt. You know it's like basically you propose it ends at the cross way of four things. It's like.
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"olivier" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Thirty pounds and this is the guy who played the role model out one. This is picture taken inside the prison. Who rented of air for about to show the part inside. The prison in thailand and people will have salacious details in there and like i said boy all dead. People are skeptical. Say this disconnect beat through my website at the elliott venus. Is there 'cause all the documents that were us official documents court documents or all uploaded on my website. People can read them and do whatever they want with them they can though them they can record india and do whatever they want and you will see that. I'm not making it up. Just let's the stock. And that's all i'm saying i appreciate it out. Folks river that that is a lane is like sir laurence olivier eight eighty eight. I n o l i. V e r dot c. a. canada. And you'll find a several times myself. I haven't had time to really peruse that. But the i started the book myself. But it's it's really well. Written book is ready for me from the website. There is a a beige word that can communicate with me and dickinson me. Els that will come straight in my box here at my computer so now and i can testify that because that rice. All the booby. I just google your name. And then i found your website and then i use your contact person and contact feature. Before the days of was out or the next day you reap. I'll be right back so have questions. Pretty quick on that adjust. Shake your name first. You until i i did say snake myself. I read your name a of. I doubt this was a real pleasure. Talking team that you're doing and l. pigmeat through that to get the truth out therein to invite people to in my book and for people who need a little lesson of courage and resilience during the pandemic rian my book. You'll you'll see that you'll be able to accomplish pretty much anything after that i guarantee you. There's a loss be. I read low. Bit las vegas nevada and it's called the story lhasa free at you are a stoic. Mike read you've got to accept. It's another say the program allowed doing septic zander all my trouble. You got acceptance. That's what they help you get you through. I saying okay. I think about my circumstances right now. You had a mission you start helping people and that's what got you through. It seemed to me like other. Believe in being good to others and being kind to others after whatev- being true obscene people dying everyday for eight and a half years. Whatever it was or does that was murder or people being sick and means you live in an environment that you just cannot stand by and stare at all this without doing anything nothing. I got that from my mom. And thank store for abkhaz. She's been my guess she's been my instill today. I'm sure she's still looking over. Means just like my old man though. I understand okay. Thanks alike calculator. Get in touch with me. Oh be talking to you. When that was one. Heck of a story wasn't it. I promise you. I promise you guys that so like i said before. Email your other true crime podcast about this guy and send a link to his website. Visitors website buys book. Thank you enjoyed if you like that kind of book at all. Check out that movie on amazon. Most modern it's free on amazon prime. I worked with plenty and formats myself. I have twisted been coerced. Then everything i could to get the cooperation of a drug addict. It didn't really wanna give me that cooperation order to set up. Somebody big somebody bigger. Which is pretty typical. But i never entrapped anybody. You're sending buddy up quite like he got set up. I think it was agreed to what they did as a good twenty five dollars lawyer word and especially not were. They knew that the penalty could possibly be a death sentence. So thanks a lot folks and forget. Hit me up on minimum. Buy me a shot and a beer folks. 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"olivier" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Show me that. If i wasn't shutting up that do with jets fucking do it themselves with that type. I told myself you guys are going to sweat it up until we get back home. It took like seventy four hours to come back as we add. Stop in japan and vancouver and everything and never let them get any sleep would ask them to go to the toilet. Every twenty minutes. And i told him i had to take has already had to take real. One actually was ringing coffee one after the other who was up and check that when i got to the prison here as i walked out of the plane year we learned a tarmac ended. Just went down and i kissed the this. Fuck him all out. I'm gonna make it out and monday. Took me up the prison. I ended up at saito planned in that regard in charge of the reception of air for a new prisoners. He says hi smiley long time. No see so. I looked at it. See at all the what the fuck you're talking about. I've never been ear. He says. I don't like to me says i never forget a face. You were a year from dad parade per dance year and your birds of data is devon devon data said. Yes but as ever been here as says you better go to your mortgage you have their own guy and says we'll see your tattoos. I don't have any tattoos. When i pulled up my shirt when i got back from dera was training six hours seven days a week i had. I was eating tough food ever. I was fifteen pounds. Bigger than i am right now and they could see avenue tattoos and the started to tell me. Why didn't you tell us that. You don avenue criminal record say four was. You told me to shut up before leaving the prison to ask me. This is year to date realized that they had the wrong guy. The first thing i did was to call my old dad. My mom passed away just few months before i came back pulls published his book that was called gut instinct chapter of deception. Call my mom to tailor that seattle the evidence proving that i was innocent and the commission and cover up d all story because it was too critical of siham. Be my momma been learning that she had been my beacon for all those years she knew dat oath was the most they feed themselves with hope to get by ever they and my man. She's being there for. She was reading me all the time and she was keeping open. Live in me. That i would make it back in when she find out that i was innocent a week after she passed away and she asked me before dying. She wrote me a birdie card and she asked me to finish with ad started. She said she was innocent. She kissed the card and she died in my high learn when she passed away. In fact i was sleeping in myself. And i woke up. I felt like taking off the ground. And i told everyone in my cell listen. My mother died and wanted to believe me and i started punching walls. Concrete roles in blood was pissing everywhere and conduct those broken. And i said teddy you. My mom is dead and it's like three weeks later. I got a note from the embassy and for me at my mom passed away on number thirty and data our say the time that i was taken out of my slobber and bad was hard i stopped doing orion inside the prison as well when i came out from the old in ninety two decided that had a reason to live and this is when i stopped using over there and i ended up working as a doctor in my section. I got the screw built for al. The prisoners inside my section to couldn't even write their names and was very active in a sense that i knew that the small things that could do to make people or even more diminished and meet people who had nothing startled party for many people. They don't have anything in our strange held them specify could in. I was feeding on dat kosinski. Dad put chains on me open. Mayor s i stopped believing in god. Pretty much as i said. No we're gonna be a god will allow anyone to have people change light. That and i believe in the process of living may spirituality inouye death every small things i do is small good actions that i give the smile dispute pull are given. The meany in return is all i need to to make it true and i fed myself with that. Do by mom was sending me in every little thing i was doing inside the prison to try to l. the ties in the people or the most destitute over there. This is what helped me to make it through the trade. The reading and in canada here. I i call erica. Put my arrival in. Espn what i would do. And i told him going after. Dr cnbc and the guinean government. I ended up filing a lawsuit against them for forty seven million dollars or is that stand right. Now we're fair. That odds is telling gordon process. No as it is. The court declared third by case was prescribed at the had the legal duty to file suit while i was in prison inside the type present at twelve thousand miles away from home had the no way to communicate with an attorney and everything ear. The court said added an attorney. Who tried to help me out to get me back home that that could how was able to file suit and you need money to file suit. I couldn't even have a discussion with an attorney. Everything had to be dubbed through mail and the letters sometime with take three or four months to come in some type six months by lunchtime with received christmas card in june and dev's united because my mail was candy was intercept intercepted in judge. Four to court just to say that mike case was prescribed at add to suit when i wasn't tight prison based totally nonsense. No said wish ever where you want and more than that. Descend the murder scenario. Doreen award at ten percent reward threats. That doesn't count. And that was good for the air. Cnbc to act. Glenn berry was there is based civile. Agent doesn't even show year in.
"olivier" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Yeah he showed a roll of gaffer's tape duct tape to show me that. If i wasn't shutting up that do with jets fucking do it themselves with that type. I told myself you guys are going to sweat it up until we get back home. It took like seventy four hours to come back as we add. Stop in japan and vancouver and everything and never let them get any sleep would ask them to go to the toilet. Every twenty minutes. And i told him i had to take has already had to take real. One actually was ringing coffee one after the other who was up and check that when i got to the prison here as i walked out of the plane year we learned a tarmac ended. Just went down and i kissed the this. Fuck him all out. I'm gonna make it out and monday. Took me up the prison. I ended up at saito planned in that regard in charge of the reception of air for a new prisoners. He says hi smiley long time. No see so. I looked at it. See at all the what the fuck you're talking about. I've never been ear. He says. I don't like to me says i never forget a face. You were a year from dad parade per dance year and your birds of data is devon devon data said. Yes but as ever been here as says you better go to your mortgage you have their own guy and says we'll see your tattoos. I don't have any tattoos. When i pulled up my shirt when i got back from dera was training six hours seven days a week i had. I was eating tough food ever. I was fifteen pounds. Bigger than i am right now and they could see avenue tattoos and the started to tell me. Why didn't you tell us that. You don avenue criminal record say four was. You told me to shut up before leaving the prison to ask me. This is year to date realized that they had the wrong guy. The first thing i did was to call my old dad. My mom passed away just few months before i came back pulls published his book that was called gut instinct chapter of deception. Call my mom to tailor that seattle the evidence proving that i was innocent and the commission and cover up d all story because it was too critical of siham. Be my momma been learning that she had been my beacon for all those years she knew dat oath was the most they feed themselves with hope to get by ever they and my man. She's being there for. She was reading me all the time and she was keeping open. Live in me. That i would make it back in when she find out that i was innocent a week after she passed away and she asked me before dying. She wrote me a birdie card and she asked me to finish with ad started. She said she was innocent. She kissed the card and she died in my high learn when she passed away. In fact i was sleeping in myself. And i woke up. I felt like taking off the ground. And i told everyone in my cell listen. My mother died and wanted to believe me and i started punching walls. Concrete roles in blood was pissing everywhere and conduct those broken. And i said teddy you. My mom is dead and it's like three weeks later. I got a note from the embassy and for me at my mom passed away on number thirty and data our say the time that i was taken out of my slobber and bad was hard i stopped doing orion inside the prison as well when i came out from the old in ninety two decided that had a reason to live and this is when i stopped using over there and i ended up working as a doctor in my section. I got the screw built for al. The prisoners inside my section to couldn't even write their names and was very active in a sense that i knew that the small things that could do to make people or even more diminished and meet people who had nothing startled party for many people. They don't have anything in our strange held them specify could in. I was feeding on dat kosinski. Dad put chains on me open. Mayor s i stopped believing in god. Pretty much as i said. No we're gonna be a god will allow anyone to have people change light. That and i believe in the process of living may spirituality inouye death every small things i do is small good actions that i give the smile dispute pull are given. The meany in return is all i need to to make it true and i fed myself with that. Do by mom was sending me in every little thing i was doing inside the prison to try to l. the ties in the people or the most destitute over there. This is what helped me to make it through the trade. The reading and in canada here. I i call erica. Put my arrival in. Espn what i would do. And i told him going after. Dr cnbc and the guinean government. I ended up filing a lawsuit against them for forty seven million dollars or is that stand right. Now we're fair. That odds is telling gordon process. No as it is. The court declared third by case was prescribed at the had the legal duty to file suit while i was in prison inside the type present at twelve thousand miles away from home had the no way to communicate with an attorney and everything ear. The court said added an attorney. Who tried to help me out to get me back home that that could how was able to file suit and you need money to file suit. I couldn't even have a discussion with an attorney. Everything had to be dubbed through mail and the letters sometime with take three or four months to come in some type six months by lunchtime with received christmas card in june and dev's united because my mail was candy was intercept intercepted in judge. Four to court just to say that mike case was prescribed at add to suit when i wasn't tight prison based totally nonsense. No said wish ever where you want and more than that. Descend the murder scenario. Doreen award at ten percent reward threats. That doesn't count. And that was good for the air. Cnbc to act. Glenn berry was there is based civile. Agent doesn't even show year in.
"olivier" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You says allen you cannot wear out to go back to get changed. Have you changed and has the canadian yard after another could see. They were little bit a hangover and ask them if dad spent the all night over bad. Ponder red light districts in a lot of them told me to shut up and yeah he showed a roll of gaffer's tape duct tape to show me that. If i wasn't shutting up that do with jets fucking do it themselves with that type. I told myself you guys are going to sweat it up until we get back home. It took like seventy four hours to come back as we add. Stop in japan and vancouver and everything and never let them get any sleep would ask them to go to the toilet. Every twenty minutes. And i told him i had to take has already had to take real. One actually was ringing coffee one after the other who was up and check that when i got to the prison here as i walked out of the plane year we learned a tarmac ended. Just went down and i kissed the this. Fuck him all out. I'm gonna make it out and monday. Took me up the prison. I ended up at saito planned in that regard in charge of the reception of air for a new prisoners. He says hi smiley long time. No see so. I looked at it. See at all the what the fuck you're talking about. I've never been ear. He says. I don't like to me says i never forget a face. You were a year from dad parade per dance year and your birds of data is devon devon data said. Yes but as ever been here as says you better go to your mortgage you have their own guy and says we'll see your tattoos. I don't have any tattoos. When i pulled up my shirt when i got back from dera was training six hours seven days a week i had. I was eating tough food ever. I was fifteen pounds. Bigger than i am right now and they could see avenue tattoos and the started to tell me. Why didn't you tell us that. You don avenue criminal record say four was. You told me to shut up before leaving the prison to ask me. This is year to date realized that they had the wrong guy. The first thing i did was to call my old dad. My mom passed away just few months before i came back pulls published his book that was called gut instinct chapter of deception. Call my mom to tailor that seattle the evidence proving that i was innocent and the commission and cover up d all story because it was too critical of siham. Be my momma been learning that she had been my beacon for all those years she knew dat oath was the most they feed themselves with hope to get by ever they and my man. She's being there for. She was reading me all the time and she was keeping open. Live in me. That i would make it back in when she find out that i was innocent a week after she passed away and she asked me before dying. She wrote me a birdie card and she asked me to finish with ad started. She said she was innocent. She kissed the card and she died in my high learn when she passed away. In fact i was sleeping in myself. And i woke up. I felt like taking off the ground. And i told everyone in my cell listen. My mother died and wanted to believe me and i started punching walls. Concrete roles in blood was pissing everywhere and conduct those broken. And i said teddy you. My mom is dead and it's like three weeks later. I got a note from the embassy and for me at my mom passed away on number thirty and data our say the time that i was taken out of my slobber and bad was hard i stopped doing orion inside the prison as well when i came out from the old in ninety two decided that had a reason to live and this is when i stopped using over there and i ended up working as a doctor in my section. I got the screw built for al. The prisoners inside my section to couldn't even write their names and was very active in a sense that i knew that the small things that could do to make people or even more diminished and meet people who had nothing startled party for many people. They don't have anything in our strange held them specify could in. I was feeding on dat kosinski. Dad put chains on me open. Mayor s i stopped believing in god. Pretty much as i said. No we're gonna be a god will allow anyone to have people change light. That and i believe in the process of living may spirituality inouye death every small things i do is small good actions that i give the smile dispute pull are given. The meany in return is all i need to to make it true and i fed myself with that. Do by mom was sending me in every little thing i was doing inside the prison to try to l. the ties in the people or the most destitute over there. This is what helped me to make it through the trade. The reading and in canada here. I i call erica. Put my arrival in. Espn what i would do. And i told him going after. Dr cnbc and the guinean government. I ended up filing a lawsuit against them for forty seven million dollars or is that stand right. Now we're fair. That odds is telling gordon process. No as it is. The court declared third by case was prescribed at the had the legal duty to file suit while i was in prison inside the type present at twelve thousand miles away from home had the no way to communicate with an attorney and everything ear. The court said added an attorney. Who tried to help me out to get me back home that that could how was able to file suit and you need money to file suit. I couldn't even have a discussion with an attorney. Everything had to be dubbed through mail and the letters sometime with take three or four months to come in some type six months by lunchtime with received christmas card in june and dev's united because my mail was candy was intercept intercepted in judge. Four to court just to say that mike case was prescribed at add to suit when i wasn't tight prison based totally nonsense. No said wish ever where you want and more than that. Descend the murder scenario. Doreen award at ten percent reward threats. That doesn't count. And that was good for the air. Cnbc to act. Glenn berry was there is based civile. Agent doesn't even show year in.
"olivier" Discussed on RunPod
"Standalone marathon stunt to. You're right standalone shiites. It's only if you add them up. Obviously with all the ironman triathlons eats Would be like thirty. Five full. need so funny enough. What's your what's your mouth and pb alleviate. Because i bet it super fast triathlon. It's twelve forty two in a triathlon auto. Mike it was even my kona. You know that. One year i i felt the okay and there wasn't the couple of degrees colo that it used to be the other years but i'd be good year. So forty korea for issue standalone marathon time without the cycling and the swimming and i think he's through nineteen. Something i do. I think i was twenty two also by accident by side. Now full full for marathon. Actually my bottle signed up but he got seeks so i took his number Stories in the usa. Detroit ekend Adma's that i could run. That fast media was full of tree to four but still. I knew that like awfully light. Things happen that not just by crisis but he would show me that Because for a long time is when you're young you believe you make for the distance might for short of this but that marathon finishing twenty. Show me that that. I fit the for longer distances so that was also the you know the commission that to switch to. This is in fact at listen before before i let you go a livia. I've got to ask you. It's it's a fundamental question. It's all to do with running. Why do you love running so much. Yeah a lot of time right and fifty two now and again. I stopped being a professional fifteen years ago. Look at the life experience that is only a few things that can speak for myself but they turn on all my senses mole five senses minded alani. I put on shoes. I take the steps and i. I've even experienced almost high honesty. I know what foley's getting through. Its day that just is it. Talk to my life on. The bike isn't just my salvage. Just enjoy the view. But you know being with bowtie do with. I never and that's maybe not so favorable to your podcast. But i was never able to listen to podcasts. To music even amazon. Because i won't listen to my body my heart rate by reading the birds you know anything. Cows obviously year long cows. And i want to be in bed eating all that again. Feel my senses. That was again. There's only if you think that can keep me that that experience and the steel nowadays I have a great opportunity. You know running this company. The one of the co founders but also astronomy number one so i get steel detested law allow shoes and as you tops detainees so many more moms coming up so sometimes even my age i vow to keep up running. I sometimes knocking radio basis still while now have the case so that sixty miles a week just just because i because i enjoy but i also have. Y'all know that right ending if you don't know right intensity that doesn't mean you have to go slow for sure that also means that you have to go out all the time but the white defence the more energy that you pay as funny fact. Yeah i agree in fact so many people have now started. Twenty twenty one avenue runner. Have you just out of curiosity. If you've got any tips for new runners starting to keep them going through these dark cold winter months. I mean of course to the doco tunong to our go very easy and solve. Even if you feel like you know. It's one mile of to myers enough mazda off. And they say the wo- can be clean this how he should stop. But i think one of the days is even very experiencing. I talked to some row class athletes. And then i know ca- trading locks and talk to them often see that they recall trading they forget about the core because at the end of the the core is called me not only as an athlete twice. Run the very important but you look at your skeleton. You don't get yourself in the mirror you at all these joints and bones and you know there's one spot that knows where you have only spine and everything else is is not so well connected position last of small of us issue and it will help you in sitting right to ever with post to be spending five office now. Anyway to a match for chris in buses and cars and watching. Tv reading abel's y'all know that but that will support you but when you stop running it your support you dry and you can say beta running style but the more efficient finding signed but then it's also leave less damage and if you stop that makes a difference. I give you saw wanting you feel. That's okay because i was also coach. At some point that i head coach people were close to one hundred fifty keno so that three hundred fifty pounds about five gas so very heavy people but they could do a marathon in iran. Low for hours three ouster the exceed one guy just because they hit a very efficient very upright very almost like a proud way of walking running so it's people forget it's not only lakes. It's not only at all squall only option feed. That's it's really apps us to keep the poster. Absolutely a good tip is a bit. I forget the corbett or needs maybe do a bit more work that and look olivier. Thank you so much for chatting today. A really appreciate it and i hope if you're listening that you've got some some nice tips and also a nice insight into the brand on running too..
"olivier" Discussed on RunPod
"I mean sustainability is obviously something for twenty twenty one. Everyone is trying to make more of an effort and on have very impressive program that you're looking at to start and it's called cyclone is that right. Yes item is just taking stay to be to the next level. The always lost from the beginning at on. This is tension or you can call a challenge. Old well it. It's almost like an issue as we said why us you know running shoe or who plants racing flights and trainers also be right there. No opposites we can bring him to get too. That's why i said. The flow is one of the best examples. You could trade. Eventually you can raise that you but you can do well. It will enable the perfect performs in it and the same goes for cycle may be face many challenges from the beginning a cycle is named says white kind. It's a it's a munster's weather system and pick this name for one white the cold again also because the clouds but also because of the output will be thinking heavy democracy is. It's basically it's a. It's a recyclable shoes. Now look the problem giannis week. Almost anything you look now in the market sees these fashion is it apparel. You know anything glasses through nature you go by us your full weight and it's caught right lost and be wanna make things and the only company out there especially you spend a lot of tiny nature as you almost do right. You don't wanna do any harm to the planet or at least educa- and also be very honest. I was kind of almost proud year. Three your four. When we started to the outfit is also nice knowing. Actually that you know the full sybase the so as soon as nia kossi can make a change in the industry. We should definitely try to do it. It is an athlete. Usually don't try to do it then cyclone it's obviously to a next nuts because we you know graduated compromise so the shooter the opera is made out of of kosta needs costal beans and to process this so we can actually offer the use of the product we can strike the pot than melted and then we use it again. We can make shoes again. Maybe not maybe not within the next twelve months but we can make path of shoes again. Is it the speed. Old is it. He either within cranky full monty will be able to actually put it back in the shoe. So you Then what's what's often difficult if you salted. use new systems to accustom. Oh how do you bring back the shoes because you're not used to bring back shoots who so so with the whole system again said Watch and you don't own that to anymore. Can you mentioned that. So you actually subscribe for the shoe. If you pay a monthly subscription fee. And you'll get the new shoe wants return you will do. Is that after five. Six months or after southbound beds up to you to decide how many is ron. Obviously the divorce shoes you use. And we don't wanna make you as a cosmo nate feel bad. Because you've been you're gonna have a little bit bigger footprint than you try to use the shoot along alright but that's okay. I mean it's up to you if you run yet regularly you probably only had two stages who after six months so so. Hang on a minute. So you have a subscription model coming for trainers trainers made from beans ha and that's a visa. The thing is are they going to be as good as the trainers you could buy and not have to send back we always said the highlights so our aim is not that they are screwed is our models cyclone is to be petco. Not only in terms of sustainability but also performance. Look one one way. One st louis to to so to speak to get sustainable in shoemaking is to cut pound on both parts and in cyclo. It's totally to pau in the best way. Maybe maybe it's four parts of the shoe if you don't get the shoe now pay store is made maybe out of fifty seventy different pots and as we know you have to solve this year. Yes to die here. Call us active clues and all that so you can have only three two two two four pots. I think you can make your own math right. That by itself takes sustainability to the next level and then it will weigh from four based materials and bring on like do like beans custom on these been. You even altered up next level because you can then bring it back into a cycle in reuse it over and over again Obviously also they want to be there yarmuth. It's not going to be possibly know once you grind tissue and build shoe out of it. You have to add lead percentage. Maybe it's five at the beginning may be ten percent urging materials abets. That's the beauty of it that we will get better. It's only the style before beautiful trinity. Love that when do you think this will be am i. There are available to us. Mindy had thousands of subscribers that trust listed fetal succeed. That signed up for the subtraction. Already you know aid for the first month so they they really feel do it. And the are the bankrupt on key the team. So research develop the development team. Ace Working very hard to make that happen in. The aim is to her. I who at the end of next year so pretty much twelve month. Oh that's so exciting. So exciting listen. I've got us this year. Obviously with the olympics happening in tokyo would we be seeing many athletes wearing on young out of the big guys yet. But yes you'll have athletes athletes on the track. I think we have some refugee athletes of house from africa. They are competing for shorter distances. Really have also Athletes always on the road. We still hope that some athletes from the uk that responds article on You know have a successful try of also qualified for the olympics. There's still a chance they they can do so but he has the all the. I'll be while ago at three men qualified. Fulfull the marathon. Y'all know marathon. You know the superstar is supreme in romney. Yeah it is. It's the one. I've tried a few times that it's exhausting but sorority at the bluest. Guys make it look easy of got to say and you've just done one.
"olivier" Discussed on RunPod
"All shoes through so at the same time it bows it also or something so from forwards and backwards so he almost let you blind in Maybe you can compare the bigger now by your way you have this month by or maybe also pennies you play in the same Hawker terry different. Because you're you're you're sliding into you spent. Obviously this is is much better for your child's because once you actually spent on how clouds they collapse firmly close. Let's the simple gave on our on our shoes very simple and that the beginning by the way just a funny story people in trusted even Anyone else out there. No the big companies would have by many many years before. But there's often in life. Frank you'll see the simplicity of the beauty of simplicity and he said his side and i think proves it enough now let people brace the pick and the teams were and made he also something you augerai drive eating again kind of soul. It's basically he's i. It's this clouds you'll see today from tool and what you don't see at banded is as people i j your shoes speed bold is there to almost you that be like feeling colleague of all emotion. So it's not clapping. It's all about supported dilemma. Phobic to winfield by now and also new. You're right when you go into the shop. They blew different. And i think you'll never forget your first pair of on a my first ones. I mean livia. I don't think he'd do them anymore. I still have some. They are white and neon yellow and were site flash. Was that what they were just. You haven't tried you know it's not going to hurt you. Go into a store and ask for the owns and try them in the store. I mean when. I always laughed. Of course i'm divining falls behind the company Review it on. But what i said the into also convince might crew co founder. France casper baby when they didn't buy the story initially. I said look what we can do. I bring six pairs of shoes. While is currently mantha. Collagen five points on the market. You said need you want and you reach for entities and they obviously couldn't tell the guy friends but mine said this is different. I don't know like it or not but this is different and the next exercise is it. Okay it's except Around and after two rounds they came back and said let's talk. Let's talk about the business. Plan the product. They come beans right. It's not me on the sales guy. Besides you all know if you all passionate about anything you will sell any personality right because you'll be you'll be right so maybe i'm salesperson but in regards record i hate to sell. Might technology could to france fulton finally but obviously they don't they they had to say since you are. You are obviously an excellent salesperson but then it is your trainer people listening on if you're running right now hulo welcome to run. Port and olivier is obviously know. It's his brand on running. But you might have seton the own trainers selection in the show up and being impressed. But it's difficult to know which shoes to choose olivier. So if you if i was just ask you you know. A general is if someone was training for say A marathon is the shoe that would recommend for them compared to training for just a five k. all depends as speed way dong like trade on. I would say that i'm afoul. Most likes trading is the cloud flyer excess possible trainer rate. You can pay on many different terrains that he can pay long runs even told the runs navy knocked the most found to do you. Know like super sprints. If you really think you're all type of likes angel. Hr around like this. You know just some springs at the end of the training or through some chunks up and down or you know he nicole's been. I only say the cloud flow is as a way to advance so nice about the client of flow. Is you could even raise the debt. You up to hafner for new runner. Who's just starting out getting. Their first pair of decent trainers is a real good first pair of trainers that you'd recommend without be the cloud fluids. Well both of them. But i think if someone really starts to run in recommend to club flyer i the flyer it gives you a little bit more support absolutely good to get these tips because otherwise you know sometimes it can be. It can be a big. You know nightmare when you go in and you just see all these beautiful trainers in different colors but you don't know which ones right for you and you can be swayed by the color as opposed to the technical element so yeah is good to get this advice..
"olivier" Discussed on RunPod
"Actual marathons. You're a long time. You spend a lot of time on the by running around beautiful nature so the issue also about innovation. How you actually would design running shoe not knowing how out to actually manage that. But still i did a lot of ideas and i knew exactly in my mind while knife e toby taxi altitude feel and that was what i was also. I was off that money shoe that different funding sensation. They bomb on. Yeah i mean look very honest. I obviously wasn't athlete sponsored by the american brain by to talk to the labor. They said look the drawings. Nice makes all sense for engineers. We spent millions of dollars ends of millions of dollars. Every year i think engineers no executive And a also was disappointed very beginning. It didn't take very serious but then as an athlete you just gave up next morning. Don't trusted i do than i do. My money shoes was it right. That you designed that first prototype. You wanted to design a shoe that felt like you were running on clydes is that right. Jenny no no. That was not the was not the asian it was. It just happened you head out. I posted time then was first action over five hundred. Eighty five thousand tooth. The first year we took the shoes through capital marathons you know in europe mainly germany austria switzerland and then it had been not only once but a couple times they find it was more. That ladies came yogi when before. The marathon is a marathon expos at came to the bulls Table read by the and just a black impeachable label. Couple choose on top. They put on the shoes. They jumped up and found that it may be like thirty. Fifty meters of talking came back and it kept chomping type. O is feels like running monk clouds and big picked it up and heard like five times within a couple of weeks said okay. That's the customers feelin something fight and we felt like this is probably the nicest mostly describing bought. I said you know by supporting me is a pro. You need it super unique support and also in the freedom in the fourth and all that and yet it's finally be cold it instead nowadays. He probably cloudy. I actually the all your trainers have been named clyde flyer the cl- whatever ever is they've all got clogged in there. And we haven't your we still play that game. I mean look at the end of the day. It's it's all connected found right that night. I stated very early that being a professional athlete. Fumbles always very bolton needed. I enjoy what i do and knocked with for the nine yogi lady to survive. But i wasn't tweeted by the money. I will stick it by you. Know being my best and then again. It's it's pretty much in the same for me The company is co founder and also leading. The innovation could be that the trying to build more benches will top here. I mean it's impressive. Though in ten years what you've achieved you're one of the big players in this arena with a product range that truly is expanding and evolving in the time that i have discovered on which has been in the last five years. You have way more than i think. Quadrupled the amount of trainers says more than twenty five styles of men's and women's in masses of colors ton of gorgeous fitness gear as well. I mean obviously it's been is it must feel like a whirlwind tip accelerated so quickly in pursuing medications or something like this. It was very honestly as you know you know running. I mean i give you my salute. When i was sold in was twenty years old that romney was found for a one was easy. Everyone you know. It's one of those things that you and your talented. You think it's that's out there fighting the war. And then i stopped by at my successes. He said you know vaca- likely concert at swiss champion. And maybe i m european champion and then some companies invite the need to to for speeches. Talk about is now james success or you know out the actually continued success and often. I will connect it. Because i felt again. It's all because of running i. I'm i'm actually here. Even as a triathlete. It's bike you. Up is because of running so i hit these people before next morning like three forty minutes from me and i will find out that both of the people cannot connect that was often reviews people out the two minutes two minutes. When asked me to me is to be questioned but you think now off the two minutes finding because it's so boring that could not connected a honesty and finding out that maybe on the oakland takes finest. Everybody is so much fun. It's easy it's effortless. Right he so much more into that. Spend a yeah. I think that he being this feeling. And almost this aid many more men many more people that was really the tracheotomy. They're both might push. I felt like you know. I can keep everyone the coaching listen. How the union operates where it some of. It's impossible even if it's a small country. But what i could do if i could. He's nine engineer. Trae know that could actually help everyone to make cromwell fund. That would be fantastic it. And that's what we are still up too. I love this it shows. Doesn't that when you said that when you went running you came up with the idea. You had time to think when you run you do feel your most creative and look how creative you've been you've created up lemon running empire berlin. You're right well. I think is brilliant is the fact that you know. It started out as this idea. And you're right for your your run in twenty ten and you set out the company that year on now you know. There's more than seven million runners ride the world wearing on in more than fifty countries. demand is constantly growing. And you've won awards for the design and the technology which you know you're you're involved and can we discuss the technology who meets on running trainers different to other brands. Just you know if someone was to go into a shop. Why would they pick on over another brand. You can see visually. You're right when you see it at all. Nobody is into the running all. Obviously it also looks different. Carlos the clouds fight. I mentioned it before again for most people whining. He's painful or at least not apart of fun. And change this fact by using a unique on cruising company technology and how the engineer many individual clouds and obvious goes back to what you mentioned the already pretty much everything that has to do with writing feeling that he actually walk on his right shoe with the cloud. Serve fully cloud all connect you to cloud. But again he it. Many the cloud elements those pots that icy also the outsold and each of these elements announce olympic also to explain that. Since he can't go you cannot see me does not only dampening cushioning in berkeley. So often down will.
"olivier" Discussed on RunPod
"Hello and welcome to run port. The run club of the podcast world much. Like other run clubs. We meet weekly by here. It really doesn't matter how fast you're on how long you run for nor how far you travel in that time. All runners are welcome fast. Slow young owed new. Experienced gazelles plotters. You might glide you might. You might struggle but the facts that you get out there and give it a go is what really matters now. I'm jenny falkiner. And every week. I am joined by a guest who also loves roughing and today's guest has turned his passion into a full moon global business. In fact it's one of the major players in the fitness world for today. I am joined by founder of on running. olivier bernard. Hello there said he and hello everyone listening way. Glad to be beaten. Welcome to run part. It's great to have you. I mean this is exciting. The magic of the internet means levy. I am in london. Where are you today. I'm in a small switzerland looking out my way abilities about Snow it's nice. it's beautiful it's cold some problems with very close to knock the actual sway salves but the very stop the sauce overview. Talk about the pretty sure. We're gonna talk about Later into the talk anyway. Yeah we certainly well. I mean how exciting that. You're in the snowy swiss alps. And i'm i'm more in a very gray london town but you know you're right at its it's there's no excuse. If you want to go running you should just be able to go. And you should take on the elements whatever they are absolutely and i think that was maybe not the first thing. I embraced with london. Butler and i stopped at traveling in wanting before in professional athletes. But also before i found it on that was beauty. You know in traveling. Then you get to you see peaches shoes. You sold New garon you exac. Can you at the badri was for to get their song. You know all the good coffee places where the butcher is to get the meat for the opportunity evening so i always thought that so cool in running. I mean that must much more inviting than just to be safe. It always goes to me. When i would i be again. Union athletes will now becoming found dover global successful Running company and. Can i say i mean. Obviously you have this incredible business which we are definitely going to talk about by the way. But i can we talk a little bit about you livia because am i right in saying you are pro athlete yourself and a pretty speedy marathoner to that right. Jenny thank you. I think i used to be by then. Told you said very nicely. The beginning of the opening wouldn't speed means like to me over here is has been a professional athlete. It was all about speed. It was not so much just in inside was not so much about being enough to me. it was a was always trying to be the best actually but time high was even second or third priority. So you know. I think nowadays i. I stopped competing in two thousand five salutes. On fifteen years ago. And i've only done one marathon mandates. Exactly i quit an mir. Since i put on by common number or i would lie in out for full for the full raise. I think you know some of you might ask why because know he talks about. Passion is not doing this. I just think you know the union professional full long time. I've thought this is my job almost than that giving it all be one with the based and then if you don't have to be the best in new clearly richest will have found a faith and i always i think before even over the eighty percent dom because i lost it not because i earn money doing so and i think you know when you don't have to put on the number and keep it all and as we all know if you do a marathon even it sounds say til the phone is along. Forty two ks right thumb point government. You're going to be heard. And you want to add law. And i still do it but i don't pick. I need that to go the limit anymore in some way. So i sometimes just go where to go for pincay. Ron and i ended up coming back with a forty five ks on my watch just because i didn't stop because it happens very off another often but most of the nineteen say often. It happens spreading. Usually you know when you have out a whole modes go out and see first flowers. The green screen of it used be in when it's like the snow is gone and all that i think it just gives that extra That who vanity. So sometimes that can happen and then it sometimes happens amounts to white midi. Forget you know this beautiful you you just wrong. You don't think about money somewhere else. And i think you know so that you can relate to that sometimes talk about the flow fee. Lightning just can happen and then let nanny type in. Michael let it would say. Yeah i mean. I think personally that you probably start running. Because you'd want everything that's what it was because right listen to this listen to alleviate one. He was multiple swiss champion duathlon world champion in ninety four ninety six ninety eight ninety nine two thousand two hundred as the two thousand and four multiple ironman. I mean basically you just one everything in your life nothing would have been sub races like you know the world championship. It filed clone in hawaii. A again i i was talking about. Cold climates nolan. I think just not not fishing excuses. You know trying to find Analyzing a couple tries to make it happen in corona but can purchase again there. You made it a was just not able to reach my best. I had to acknowledge. But then again i mean look. It's raised pretty reich. Makes it easier if you if you know dr congo boxes. That's on the remolding. At some point you okay. So here we go. You retired from all that amazing competing and collecting all those metals which are just weighing you down and then in twenty ten. You founded on running along with your friends. David and casper and with the aim of developing running shoes. Was that what it was. Why did you develop this incredible brand. I mean was it to design the ultimate trainer. What was the goal. Toss back to being a professional and very passionate. I pulled from these pounds of many different brains when i was an athlete nelson. Listen a young talented actually. So iran may through six seven different brains. Always find my ray. My my trainers to train will support Always picky happy trails. i i was. I was still hounded foolish. Who it wasn't a shoe it was more sensation that tie back the feeding ahead when i was young when i was very young. Not care not say had by effort right. it's just that freedom initial than a shoe technology you need is supposed to give my best the freedom and be different than anything out there and even me for a long time and You can action doing long distance by.
"olivier" Discussed on Chelsea Mike'd Up
"By the way like in. America chelsea for how long felt like the other side of the bridge right. This was a destination. It's not like finding a stream where tim ream is playing against bristol city in the championship blake. This was the destination in. We're out here saying at this. Party's whack the dead anyway. Come on lexi doesn't help you got me fired up. Maybe that was the end game. It's disappointing and i don't really see how that advances the conversation or helps christian. Because i mean if now now if you're christian in that dressing room like someone going wait a second your years people who support you. Don't think they were good enough for you. Like what is that. For better or worse alexi lalas is one of the taste makers when it comes to soccer influence in this country. He is people turn to him for takes on. What's going on in christian. He's asked about christian left and right y import because these weren't in a chelsea shirt and also because christians are best player at the moment. And you do that. You're being asked about him literally time in and time out every time he does an interview here and abroad. He's asked about christian pulisic because of his association with the biggest club in london. I guess we're going to continue to get booked when you give that take but it just like have the self awareness know that you're being asked this time and time out because he he's playing for a great club you don't sideswipe them. I don't see how that helps. I see on that hurts. I'm not even asking him necessarily to be fan. Although i mean generally his perspective is through a fan but still even as a pundit. It's just it's just a bad take a chelsea don't have good players like tim o. Verners upfront for them. Because you what are we talking about like. The the quality of the play can go context one of the best midfielders in the world. France in the world cup. Like what are you talking about georgina. Camp crack the starting lineup and you can make an argument that he's italy's most important player on the national team. Kappa has been a punchline in club football still making sorts for spain. This is one of the largest most influential clubs in the world. It's ridiculous that we're having this conversation. It's ridiculous that he puts it out. And i know his brand is part but when he gets aggregated across upon they're not applying that context fantasies american legend two colon. That is reckless message. Board banter that. I would see on youtube comments of arsenal fan tv. What are you doing having that coming out of your mouth right now. How does that help. Hey good news. Though now full disclosure he has enjoyed his room yet so i can speak with a bit of bravado and confidence that immediately shatter the second he enters the zoom screen because he has an aura about him a mystique. A lid a look aglow a beauty a certain gender saquon if you will. I'm talking of course about olivier herro and he will join us next on chelsea mic'ed up get the latest chelsea news straight to your phone download. The fit stand up the official chelsea olivier once again. Thank you for joining us. We've been hyping up your interview here for four weeks on chelsea. Mike dubbed the official chelsea. Podcast it's amazing to have you. I walked into a room in libya. Giroud bathed in white. Light is in zoom. Eddie is awesome alleviate. I wanna talk to you about so many things. You're chelsea career your favorite chelsea memory but one of the things that i've absolutely loved about watching you is there have been a lot of haters in doubters on social media when it comes to your game your world cup champion and you famously did a lot of the dirty work. Ah goal score. That was doing wonderful. Hold up play setting up by sacrificing your own success fourteen goals and the reputation that you had was unfair. How can you have a striker. That doesn't score goals yet. Now all you do a score goals permanent. No one is better at scoring goals. Then you do you get a little bit of a chuckle out of what people were saying about you when you were winning the world cup and now are you delighting in the fact that you can prove to everyone in the world that you are one of the game's puriscal scores went a i. It's nice to want to speak to you today. Will you know when you're a football player. I believe among on transfers big quotes of success. I believe that the difficulties have been through all my careers. You know reinforce meyer monstrance you know the people talking about the fights. Iowa bounced by you know when people were thinking of a togo finish may be some of Of my friends told me might fine wine. You know heightened getting better with With my age. I don't know but i know one thing is My motivation is still very hard. You know the determination to go again and again is now the same. Obviously you you always to face a doctors you know people who criticize you basically wella. I just tried to focus on. I'm not too much on social media. I'm not so watching too much. Tv of pundits and when they praise your work or when they put you down. Because you're the bud game. I'm not paying too much attention that try to protect myself. If i have an advice to give to the youngsters the same. I know when I have good game not buzzy. Ko saying the will be always delta's and people don't like you or your statement. The most important is basically to be efficient peach and to know what you bring to the team and as you said the when i play a few months obviously i'm looking for more game. Time when the gulf up with me on the pitch. I'm doing the job you know. Just goering goes thanks to my teammates. Obviously because i'm nothing without without them. Above what i feel very well. You know so. Cheerful standing out the scoring goes. I'm blessed because of see one world cup. That's i couldn't score during that worker. I've been efficient for the team seats. My teammates and i i do the you works if i can sale so because when you are leading all the competition about nine minutes against argentina which is the most important thing to keep the results so yes sometimes. We months especially against the gym. May i remember. We were playing. Midfield does doesn't matter we will keep waiting and that's You built a great team of from a a great team spirit. And i think we just to own the standouts. And that's what makes a successful better was really insightful. Thoughtful answer because within that answer. You answered several of the questions that i wanted to ask you. How do you stay ready. You're so professional. You're you're willing to check your own personal success at the door. You hit all those notes so let me just ask you because you're obviously incredibly fit and i want to seize on efficiency because no one's more efficient when they run out onto the pitch then you in terms of goalscoring output. How long can you do this. Because you're you're defying all logic this latin. Obviously there's some comparisons there because he's doing it at an older age but slot on was always this first name out of people's mouths arguably best in the world when he was at his absolute prime. You're an upward trajectory in terms of your goal scoring output. Your scoring in your mid thirties at a pace that you never really score before. How.
Gregg Marshall denies assaulting his players
"So embattled Wichita state coach Gregg Marshall released another statement second statement about the allegations made against him earlier this week. and. Among other things, he said this in response to the allegations put forward in the media I simply state unequivocally that I have never physically struck a player or colleague he continued allegations claiming otherwise are false. It is important that the investigation is school. This investigation that Wichita State. is currently. Conducting. It is important that the investigation conclude its work without outside influence in unrelenting character assassination by a member of the media that's Jeff Goodman. That repeatedly targets in my family threatens to undermine the impartiality of the investigation in quote, I should make it clear. Gregg Marshall didn't say Jeff Goodman I was just sort of added that to Mexican people understand the unrelenting character associated by a member of the media. That seemed directed at at Jeff Goodman who of course, interviewed more than thirty people connected to Wichita State Program to write the story that they published at stadium a what stadium dot com last week. So norlander, what did you think of Gregg Marshall said? Statement because it goes way further than the first statement in the first statement, he did not say he's never physically struck a player or Collie and that's when he did. On my question for you is, why do you think Greg Marshall made this statement which was six days after the stories. From Goodman and from the athletic why do you think he made the statement? He made six days for moved. I have a thought on a theory on but I was curious what you might think I think he has. been made aware or has reached the conclusion on his own that listen. If you put your hands on player, it's over. And so at that point, you got really one option if your goal is trying to your job and that is just to say, didn't happen.
Ian Holm, 'Lord of the Rings' star, dead at 88
"Actor Ian home has died from an illness related to Parkinson's CBS is Peter king takes a look back at his extraordinary career he was Bilbo Baggins in The Hobbit and lord of the rings I still have an ending for my book Ian Holm also had memorable roles in alien time bandits chariots of fire and as Skinner in the animated routed to a satellite calm dogs only smaller he's a really unpleasant looking little and I don't think he looks like me home was a stage actor it hard he won the Olivier award for his portrayal of King Lear he also won a Tony at the British Academy Awards night in nineteen ninety eight in the home was a Peter king CBS
Greatest Hits: Physician, Test Thyself
"While at the medical pneumatic institute of Bristol in the seventeen ninety s Humphry Davy studied gases studied by inhaling. The today's theme was still in any way unclear. Devi would set up chemical reactions and then inhale the resulting gas one gas gave him a pleasant sensation and the impulse to laugh at everything he had discovered. Nitrous oxide though. His initial attempts were meant to reproduce the pleasurable effects of opium and alcohol. Davey would ultimately recommend the use of nitrous oxide as an anesthetic. Your dentist gives you a blend of fifty percent nitrous and fifty percent oxygen but devi was huffing hundred percent nitrous oxide which is probably why he enjoyed it enough to start hosting parties. Were friends would inhale it from silk bags when it came time to test his polio vaccine. Dr Jonas Salk decided to avoid the long drawn out. Human clinical trial process the only suitable tests subject was himself and his family in nineteen forty seven. Salt was working on a vaccine for the crippling disease. While at the University of Pittsburgh he needed a healthy volunteer to test it and administered it to himself his wife and their three sons. It worked and was soon implemented in a nationwide test that showed dramatic results in two years. Polio cases decreased from twenty nine thousand to less than six thousand salk didn't patent the vaccine in assisted that it should remain free and available to everyone saying. Could you patent the Sun as a result? He's often remembered. As one of history's great humanitarian. Since Dr Olivier Immune System was a brilliant cardiologists zone practice in the second half of the twentieth century when he developed a life hindering addiction to alcohol fearing for his life. He immersed himself in a rehab therapy but nothing worked so he did the only thing he felt he could. He took his treatments into his own hands. Searching For a cure he happened upon back. Lafon a muscle relaxant. That had been used for years but it shown promising results in studies with laboratory animals addicted to a variety of substances Doctor Amos in prescribe himself the drug and experimented with increasingly higher doses until he finally reached a level that left him free of any craving for alcohol. He published his results in two thousand and four which a team of Italian scientists tested with promising results in two thousand eight Werner forsman was German urologist who during his surgical training in nineteen twenty. One pioneered the technique of cardiac catheterization the inserting a catheter into the heart. To measure the pressure inside and decide whether a patient needs surgery building on the work of scientists who has successfully catheterization a horse in eighteen sixty one force was inspired to try to replicate that work in humans but couldn't get permission for human trials of such a dangerous sounding experiment undeterred. He asked an operating room nurse to procure the necessary equipment. She agreed but only on the noble condition that he experimented on her rather than trying to do it to himself. No sooner was she prepped. On the table than foresman anesthetize his own arm and made a cut inserting the catheter. Twelve inches or thirty centimeters into his name. He then casually climbed two flights of stairs to the X. Ray Sweet before threading it all the way into his heart and having an x ray done to check the placement. He was later forced to resign from that hospital. Then hired back and fired again in the early thirties doctors. Herbert Woollard an Edward Carmichael. Notice that when an internal organ was damaged patient sometimes felt pain in unconnected parts of their body. They decided to deliberately damaged one of their own internal organs to study the effects. But what internal organ did they have? That was both critical and easily damaged. Maybe one or a pair of ones that's effectively on the outside of the body for easy access Yup. They chose to experiment with their gentlemen's BITs to study pain in their notes. Willard in Carmichael recorded that the testes was drawn forward and placed under a Pan that could hold weights though they recorded. Neither whose testees. Who did the drawing forward weights were added to the Pan and the resulting sensations were recorded. The pair performed the experiment. Multiple Times sometimes injecting various sections of the testicles with local anesthetic to
Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy divorce: Where did it go wrong?
"Bad news for Mary Kate Olsen you know that divorce she wanted to get from her husband Oliver Sarkozy via us he forced her out of their New York City apartment to the judge ruled that it wasn't an essential matter because divorce proceedings are on hold until the pandemic they can you know she was trying to get like an emergency divorce via yeah so I guess a source says she's reunited with her twin sister Ashley in a group of people outside the city like come on in sounds like a full house
"olivier" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Easy to be really frustrated. You know you're walking behind someone on the phone coming up. The subway stops in. Someone's on the phone and get out of the way on the phone move over but my own texting doesn't really bother me at all moving right along with. Nobody's Ah way at all. But when I'm watching your films and Kristen Stewart on the phone or even like she's in a scene with someone else it's on the phone behind I'm really I. I'm getting mad and I'm getting frustrated but I'm ultimately feeling left out and that is a feeling I think comes Abou- with You know we've all sat across from the table with someone on the phone and you're like well I'm here and you're looking at your phone and it is a word I get from when I see in. Your film is about this. A compulsion nonstop connecting and and the feeling of being of the loneliness of Nation of it when I make this little shopper. It's a movie about a loneliness. Yeah and longing and missing something she in this case he misses the Bravo but ultimately she's missing something in the in the in the way we all have this sense of missing something of frustration. I mean I've actually. We live in society. Which doesn't give us answers and we. We are like left on our own with unanswered questions about what we are doing why we are doing it. How we doing it. And how the society we live in does function or should function or we should relate to it. You know. There's something that constantly remains unanswered. There's this loss of a sense of community That is so much of the modern experience as you called it at the beginning of summer hours because her kids are absent of course and they give her three inch. Doesn't want them. I mean it's really. It's the ugliest objects house. Yeah so the lack of telephone is not as bad as the coming in of the the new modern technology but apple must send you tons of stuff after every lesbian but no I think you getting it across. I think most people are avoiding it and not knowing how to question for everyone to take it on. I mean a whole genre of like a thriller Detective Thrillers. Like how you can't sneak in with the flashlight to the filing cabinet anymore. It's all right but did you know I was watching again. The movies of filmaker obsessed with Sasha Guitry Secretary. He's a French filmmaker. He was A. He was a playwright and he started making movies like the minute. The talkies arrived. Like in like you know. He was already a superstar on the stage as a writer and an actor and in one thousand nine hundred eighty one all of a sudden sound game and he started making movies and he made like ten movies with his girlfriend of the time or something and they are amazed if they are just incredible. And you know I had been watching those movies and because they are you know. I don't know I I've always had a special relationship with with his work and at some point I realized. Oh Wow it's really interesting. He's actually using. He was using phones in his place at a time. When nobody used phones. You know it was not supposed to be part of the aesthetic of because this was pretty much. You Know Conventional Bourgeois theatre initially and he was trying stuff well you know those monologues on the phone or like Cocteau did with Lavar man and you know it's it's all of a sudden. Every single invention a new dimension of communication redefines the very notion of communication and and same thing with text messaging the weather. But one thing I wondered is how do you get your comes financed here in the US? I mean how do I will? They're small you know of budget. This one was like double the budget. I had before Everybody's always so hard on. You're not supposed to say I'm Scott. Rudin was kind enough to come in on this film and I'd never worked with him before but it was also the first all around Union film. We're done and so changes thing when Women Union. Yeah and so on the one hand on the positive gave me more time because we're only allowed to work these certain hours and five day weeks which was amazing to think while you're making a film that never had that before in France who have to deal with that it's it was great because usually we're working lake eighteen just killer like. I'm just I'm too old. It's too cold. It's like below zero and we're on our eighteenth our old so that was great but you know it does take your you know your it has Tom. How many days thirty days shooting and for the other ones? Yeah anywhere like Wendy and Lucy was like nineteen days and Or Joyce fourteen days but mix. Was I think thirty? We did four days of thirty four days thirty days. Simpson made recent films. That thirty days and I did a cold. Water was Twenty twenty twenty. There was really no. Yeah so it's been very I mean the budgetary Small but I'm cutting myself and there's no one really telling us what we know next left alone as some of the pressure for freedom. Yeah Oh everybody's waving at US anyway. It's lovely to meet you because I am a big fan of rebel. Since we're going to great thanks thanks. Thank you so much Kelly Reichardt Olivier. Thank you so much for joining us here on the show. It was a pleasure for them. It was a pleasure for us to be in the room with them. Checkout First Cav in theaters through a twenty four to March six. It is a wonderful film and I was at work. His next movie is Upcoming but currently Doesn't have a date. So just keep your eyes peeled we will keep you posted on that one and definitely subscribe to the. Talk House podcast. We had some fantastic upcoming conversations including new pornographers. Ac Newman with post animal. Katie Crutchfield AKA wax. Hatschi with Whitmer. Thomas and George Saunders with data speed. Fine Light Up and if you're in the mood for Morrissett of elevated conversation about film from Great Great Director Checkout Lulu Wong in conversation. With Ruben Ostlund Harmony Korean with cavity those are just two that I picked off. The top of my head. Bet Did pretty great. I'M GONNA throw in one more because I was listening to recently and it's such a great talk you put together. Darren Aronovski with Alejandro. Jody Hausky Holy Shit. Another great one. Thank you for not only hosting this but also for recording it valiantly in a real estate conference room in the vicinity of Lincoln Center very good of you and you and I are being recorded at Hook and Bait Studios by our co producer Marquette Zubi. Thank you mark. The talk. Podcast theme song was composed performed by the train connects. I'm Elliot. Einhorn Dawson.
"olivier" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"You have to give them the freedom to suggest stuff because all of a sudden they give you start that would not come naturally to you but which is completely relevant to the scene so all of a sudden you kind of filter it obviously but but to me you know sometimes a guy who does. Who Does the costumes will come up with something? That's completely different from what I had in mind and say. Oh yeah sure I had looked at it from that angle but you completely right. It does work and even more so when it's the cameraman because once people know that nothing is locked e they know we have space where we can contribute and are you. You're shooting film Stiller for the last one not the last one because what what what. What about that in the last one either because the problem is is something I had? I've seen coming. I'm sure also coming is the fact that for a while you could shoot film for basically the same budget exactly A and B B. Because all the labs were ready to make efforts and I would make prices and so forth so in the end the difference was was was minimal but now that all the labs have closed down it's become a specialty so it's expensive. It's become expensive. We're in Cuba on December was. I'm from Miami. No Yeah so interesting because I've never been to Cuba But I come from a family of law enforcement in Miami myself others but I but I left in eighty four so your time. There's yeah but it's interesting seeing it because I haven't really returned a return for my first film in ninety three But not really sense then in. It's just interesting watching the so close to Cuban. I was there. I lived in Miami Win. Certainly the big wave of Cubans came over arrived. Yeah and you know crazy. You know it's just as a teenager. It was such a strange experience and also to see the kind of both vk coming you. Yes and from Haiti. Also your and then watching the city change in the politics and the conservativism the Cuban population and just all of that in the strife between the black community and the Cuban community. And it's a complicated place Miami you know for sure so it's I dunno interesting for me to see what was of course. A bit weird. Was that for obvious. Budget reasons we were not able to shoot in Miami. We use the few establishing shots but the we didn't really have a chance of shooting in Miami because it was completely beyond. You're never been Film friendly place you know. It's funny. I Made River Grass in ninety three and every day they pulled us all over and they really just thought we weren't giving money thirty thousand dollar film and they wanted the city. Want you know. Miami's a crazy place bone. It's not yeah I. It's assumed it became more film-friendly overtime but maybe anymore with for why they had some sort of film felon but for a few years but that's gone now. So I you know I. I made a fantasy version of Miami. Because it's the nineties and and we ended up filming Miami most absurd places like in Gran Canaria in Cuba for hours. I couldn't identify anything particularly but I've been gone for so long completely fooled. But did wasp the new film come begin the interest in it when you were doing. Carlos you know the thing is that you raping yourself. Sorry Meyer South America so many films. Then you have like a fast bender Mammography not close to. But you've make a film like every two years how do you? You're writing one film while you're making another film In this case it was more like because once in a while I like to make a bigger film. I like to make a movie where I deal with modern history or at least try to instill intimate when you but still. It's a more. It's a much more expensive with much more complex logistics Krista and say hey I the way I function because I've been shooting a lot abroad. I keep the heads of Department who are blight. Do people have always been working with and we use a local crews which is great also because you meet great all and no but the thing is that a movie like was network obviously takes longer to finance so I finished a screenplay while ago and I had time basically to make another movie but then all of a sudden it kind of happened faster than expected which which is which is always something that's dependent on the availability of the actors because I finished nonfiction. Lean the summer of last year and I fought. I would have a little piece before. Getting into all of a sudden Bonillo cruise was in the firm and she had a slot in You know in January or February. Something's all of a sudden you know. I just found myself in this crazy rush when I had to both deal with the opening of nonfiction and start preparing from. They will not do. She's amazing. Yeah but your airplane shots. You're not you're making those up on the day you go up in the airplane. Okay no no. I don't know how to do that that that was the one time but it was torture. I'm happy with the way turned out. Because you know visually alignments kind of proud of for the hard work put in but no I designed it. Redesigned did redesign. It had meeting. And you know it's because also we had constantly to struggle with budget problems on this film. I mean for the film looks expensive and it was expensive. It was Something like ten million dollars which is much more than And and and my usual movies but still I mean you know you actually would have been comfortable if we had the double of that so we had to find solutions for basically everything and we had to cut into the special effects budget. So which means that. There's much less special effects in that scene than what you would imagine or what I myself imagine when I was initially thinking about it. That's maybe why feels intimate feels. I don't know I feel like it's a big small film great way. Yeah but but redesigning that stuff. It was likely to it to me was close to story boarding which is like what I want. Not what I like at all so it so it was a bit of torture. I mean to me. The fact of designing and redesigning redesigning shots to me kind of kills some of the players. I find it so pleasurable. I like to build a book of the movie and I just. I don't know I enjoyed its life. Meaning your photos images maybe from other movies. Maybe from paintings stills could be from anywhere and then or my friend I painter alike and sometimes he'll do some go to a location with me and do some drawings or but I like to build a book to start the conversation before Chris Blah belt comes and I just It's like some. It's like washing the dishes while you have something to do. You can think of the answers while you're driving as opposed to just sitting and then as I'm going through the shoot 'em coming home at night and sort of rearranging my little pictures and it just something to see. It's cut and I don't know I like it's tactile and but you but you have a notion of what you will shoot like. Yes for sure. Yeah and it goes like from the pictures that are not from the world to a nice start scouting then taking stills and putting those in another book so many books. Everyone's making fun of me because I'm carrying in Betim. You're getting there. You don't need them anymore. Because you've come to learn it's more so you don't really. I think it's just the doing of something that helps me understand the movie and what I'm going to do I've done but for my pieces longtime ago when I made.
"olivier" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"The only the man the legend. Are you uncomfortable singing deeply uncomfortable? The man who can inspire nothing but Disappointment in other is Nick Dawson editor. Nick welcome back to the show. You have put together a very special episode for us this week. Yeah it's a great great pairing. I'm super excited. That this happened is on the trying to put together for Awhile Livia. Sas In conversation with Kelly Reichardt. This was recorded. Last fall The New York Film Festival. Where Kelly's movie I care and live as foam was network. We're both playing. They'd be big fans of each other for a real time. And this is two of the great living filmmakers in conversation and as far as I can tell it's really the first time they've had a substantial conversation and it was like a real pleasure to be there and and to be present to listen to them. Talk it really was. It was palpable. How much they cared about. Each other's films Olivier is of course of French film director and screenwriter yet. He had so many important films for his breakthrough. Moving nineteen ninety-four the coming of age maybe Cold War to to earn up to demon lover and in the past five or six years. He's made two movies with since you're clouds assails Maria and personal shopper. That are just really excellent. I'm particularly big fan of personal shopper. And and it was such a pleasure to get Livia and Kelly together in a room as such brilliant and incredibly Nice people now. Kelly's known for her sort of minimalist style films right many of which deal with working class characters in these small pretty rural communities exactly as you said she makes these small minimalist movies and in the talk Sas expresses it. Really beautiful he says. Her films are outwardly. Simple but but actually incredibly complex her laces movie I catch comes out. March six through eight twenty. Four films is another period piece and it's such a sweet delightful film. It's just like two hours of just pure pleasure and highly recommended. It's to say it's a comedy drama is is to do a great disservice because that sounds like a normal film in a way but it's just really wonderful and and. I know I'm going to give away too much of the by disco seek it. I go see it. It's fantastic and you will not be disappointed nick. I thought it was an interesting inversion that was applied here where the lead actors are not so well known while. There's some pretty famous supporting cast. Yeah this to really fantastic breakout performances from the films to leads John McGuire and a Ryan Lee and the supporting cast is pretty stacked. Has Toby Jones? The late Rene Aubergine Wa. You'd Bremner Gary Farmer Lily Gladsden our old podcast alley short at as well as a lovely cow the cow titled. I've I have to say Fantastic performances well it sort of sets the tone for the gentle spirit of of I cow. Well what makes this talk? So lovely is Kelly and Olivier's deep appreciation of each other's work and craft and we get to hear about a lot of different facets of that whenever we do these podcast. It's not like there's an agenda you know we we're not sending out talking points or anything like that people just really go where they WANNA go. An' and the way that this conversation start was by alleviate essentially expressing his deep appreciation for Kelly's work in a really sort of touching and and also very eloquent way and from there they just kind of forage touched on so many different aspects of their respective creative processes from writing three to editing taking production. Of course as well and some of the things that came up that I thought was really fascinating. Was you know the difference between them? Sas seems like almost enforced spontaneity. Where he wants to be very much in the moment and to to make decisions as he's making the film whereas Kelly is so much more about this love of preparation and planning and the intricacies that takes place in the preparatory stage and there's some great stories about the making of both cold water in summer hours to his greatest films and also most personal films. And you know it's it's lovely to hear about the personal residences in his life of you know cold water's wonderful coming of age movie. That was about him. Sort of say goodbye to his adolescence and summer hours is in very poignant film that was almost like a farewell to one of his family members. It was also cool to hear them discussed the use of phones and films. I know it's. I'm so happy that we have this 'cause like for me again my profound love of personal shopper Like what are the amazing things about the film and actually bumped into? Sas a couple years ago at a party. I talked to him about the way. The iphone is featured in personal shopper. Because it's I I still compelling the way that it's it's the only ever that I've seen where like a phone is actually interesting and really kind of like grips. You like when somebody on the phone rather just like our fucking phone and they both talk really compellingly the importance of sort of engaging technology and and talking in their work about the way that technology reveals things about us in the way we live and they're engaging with technology differently themselves. We hear about why they've both stopped. Shooting on film does very very good reasons. Amr Get to hear a great story about Kelly dreaming by the House from cold water when she was couch surfing in New York City and her past growing up in sixties and seventies Miami which alleviate used Cuba to double for and whilst network she rotate its role. A type so yeah. I'm not sure where we should start but there but the good good good starting point at least from my point of view and this is not about being polite. It's really watching your work since I saw. Your first film has been one of the great pleasures in terms of my relationship to American cinema. I think you you. You have an incredible body of work. It's very unlike emotionally unlike anything seen in recent Independent cinema and certain even less in the mainstream filmmaking. Your movies like about every single time. Bring tears to my eyes and It's I was talking about body of work what I relate. I suppose the most with the fact that you are actually building a coherent body of work which is both profound poetic a superficially minimal actually very extremely complex and You know that's what seem is about so. At least I get the opportunity to say to you that face to face a hoping to embarrass you but it but it's something I've been wanting to. W wow you mean so much to me. Thank you so I came to know your film suit. I called water and at the time I was living in New York just without an apartment just sleeping all over and I would dream up the house from coldwater as my comfort place and I haven't seen it since but I just remember a blue room with the orange couch in these interiors in. You'll have like Mike things I want to ask. You are so kind of nuts and bolts and about how you make films. That film was the closest. I made a movie That was to biography. Go I mean the house is my house? The father is my father screws. Exactly my house but it's pretty much. The kind of house I grew up in the father was that kind of father was the kind of kid and I shot in my own high school. I shot you know. It's really the first time I dead to be openly autobiographical looking for trying to recreate emotions. I had as a teenager and the beauty of it for me is that I'm kind of when I think of it. I'm kind of lost. I'm not sure if I made the movie. One thousand nine hundred seventy two in nineteen thousand. Nine hundred ninety five to meet was like leaving my adolescence again and saying goodbye to it also at the same time you know like when we shop the fire scene. Yeah I was. I don't know I mean I was almost crying because for me it was just like what was burning was my being the kid something like that. Wow I mean that's kind of what were. The assignment was right the days of my youth. Yes it was an authorization. Biographical it was a commissioned work in a second way but the commission was to buy. I mean there's so many nice films that came out in that series. It was such an introduction to another generation of French filmmakers from me Travolta and me and US go home. But I always thought if that assignment was in America would have been just so different like not. I don't know if.
Imelda Staunton on the New 'Downton Abbey' Film
"Today today after making a name for herself on the West End Stage Imelda Staunton shot to international fame when she started in the Mike Leigh Drama Vera Drake in two thousand and four it earned her an academy award nomination for Best Actress. Imelda Staunton is also the winner of three Olivier Awards for best actress in a musical for her roles in into the woods sweeney any told and Gypsy in two thousand and sixteen. She's back on screens this weekend. Joining the cast of the feature film version of Downton Abbey she spoke to Monaco's has been Ryland for me joining it now because I'm not in the series and although my husband who plays Carson isn't the series or do feel. I've lived but I think that's that's very interesting to think. NCA- about. Should we want things to stay the same and yet I also think within the story that Julian fellowes has given the female characters. You know I've could a very interesting story line because I come into it but women questioning there. Should I be living in this big house with servants. What what what's happening with the world and yet the audience crave costs and someone steady. They want things to be steady and safe because we are going to hell in a handcart hot. Let's face it to cling onto something that has got tradition. If you like and that's why I dare say we're all obsessed with the royal family or just something that is stable because it's all over the place and I think it stability that people want and yet we have to sort of we have to move within that the big question of course is which tradition should we hold onto and which ones should we move on from and we all collectively need to make this decision and in a microcosm sort of way that's the the dilemma faced with many of the characters you'll your character wants to make a decision without giving anything away that would be quite untraditional it would be against the idea of what what people do you and there are other characters such as Maggie Smith who looks at this and says no things shoot remain how they've always been and it's it sort of feels like a wider dilemma that we just don't know which ones we should hold onto to know but in film terms that's tension and that's what you need to make a drama. There's no point of us will sit making a film that everything's fine or everything's terrible you have to the tension is like the tension between Maggie Smith Skirt and Penelope Wilton character which yes you think about it. She doesn't belong to the House and so her role throughout the series was almost almost and I'm a I'm quoting her now but she was the window from the audience into Downton again will is that right and she could question on behalf of us. You know what was going on on and I think you have to be malleable with all these traditions and you have to move all family of how to move with the Times with you will in Kate and and how it has to move on and I think Downton has embraced that the film you know the fans just desperate for the film and I think they'll be delighted with it but I think they'll be delighted with it because although it's a chocolate box and it's a fantasy they're serious points in the film and I think you know for what it is. I think people go uh no. I think that's that's quite true if the made the cooks assistant questions. Why are we having to do all this the king and Queen or why are we having to you know just just questioning just putting things out there. I think it will make people listen to more than just oh what we have tea and dinner served. Well absolutely it's. It's such a cozy film but also you know we were talking about traditions and in a way the film is about nostalgia isn't it. I found myself coming out of a wondering whether it really is a love letter. Tunis eligible naught because there are so many elements of the film that while very much of the time that he's being depicted here. It's also making it clear that time is moving on culture is moving on whether these people choose to understand it or not the the king and Queen that come to visit wouldn't have any idea about this secret secret gay club. That's happening without anyone's knowledge behind these on March doors you know there is an element of a coach is moving on even if these people are living all all alone in a happy little place in their own little bubble at the end of the film it did make me one east this and affectionate love letter to nostalgia all has more of a reminder that all things will eventually end even Downton Abbey the series the film perhaps the structure itself yeah. I think it's both I think it's it you can give and take away and I feel that you know Downton. Abbey was Sunday night fair and it's not political to cope with a big P. It's as you said it's cozy television and it's feel good and that's that's what this is. We must pretend as any different than the there were few little ingredients. It's in their little bit risky. You know and that's within its remit. I think it hits all those marks and yes you know anything about the old days. It's no style Jake and and Britain does that quite well. I Suppose Julian fellowes you know with Gosford Park for goodness sake all those years ago he knows how to do that. So you see you can push the boundaries so fall with film right Downton Abbey and I think he's done it and I think he's served the regular characters. I'm aware on the periphery of at the end of the regular characters are who the fans want to see and this is a film that has been made because of the demand of the popular you know how many people one hundred twenty million people watching it so he's given them what they want. I think Imelda Staunton they're one of many stars of the new feature film version of Downton Abbey Speaking to Ben Ryland Downton Abbey is out in cinemas
"olivier" Discussed on The LEAD Podcast
"Welcome back to the lead. Podcast brian becker. And i'm here with dr paulin olivier. Where e c three the final hour of e c three in college. Dale tennessee and dr paula. Thank you for coming on to the podcast. You welcome my pleasure. So let's jump right into this. Tell us a bit about for those who may be unfamiliar with you and where you're currently serving okay. I'm paula fees may alleviate i pastor currently in the northeastern conference at the ebeneezer seventh day adventist church in freeport new york. I'm also married. To a pastor. Pastor smith alleviate he also serves in a north eastern conference and he passed hers the black church in queens so we are a team ministry in separate churches. He's which the french speaking congregation. I'm with an english speaking congregation and we just enjoy doing ministry together. That's great. how long have you been up there. I've been in freeport's in january of last year. Okay i was actually just a couple of weeks ago out in the northeast and during atlantic union college fair tour and so beautiful. This time of year. It's a really cool. So talk to me about your calling. Talk to me about your entry into ministry. Tell us that story as much as you're willing to tell us what you want to tell and and help us get to know you a bit. well Growing up. I thought i wanted to be a medical doctor but i never made it a matter of prayer and eventually my best friend and i at the time decided to do some prayer and fasting to see what god wanted us to do it our lives and after a couple of weeks. Praying and fasting. Felt god's saying to me that he wanted me to come to the ministry which i ignored and i applied to another college that i was going to end miami florida and i also got another full time job So i was getting ready to do that. Full time job and to transfer after my scholarship. Finish at miami to florida international university But when you ask god a question you have to be prepared for the answer. And even though i had the job i was waiting to be called and went to start training But they eventually forgot that they even hired me and my file disappeared. They don't know who i was. Wow and so. I could not start that job. I could not go back to my old job. Because i had already quit..
"olivier" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI
"A._i. Platforms and and now onto the show. I am on the line with olivier. Beckham olivier is a research scientist at google brain olivier. Welcome to this week and machine learning and a._i. High-sounding thanks for having me here yeah absolutely <hes>. I'm excited to learn learn more about the <hes> environment that you worked on. It's called a google research football. <hes> we'll dive into that but before we do do i love to explore your background a little bit. You did your p._h._d. In large-scale clustering problems tell us a little bit about that how you got to that and what you've been working recently. Yes so <hes> as you said. I did my p._h._d. <unk> on large-scale clustering so one the thing the the the main question that i consider my p._h._d. Is how can we go and apply clustering methods such as k means clustering too alleged data sets and i essentially worked on two major topics one was cooled waist cold core sets <unk>. Is you have a very large data set but you want to run your machine. Learning or clustering algorithm on the full data set on on a smaller set because it might just take long if you have billions of data points it's and now of course that's their subset of original data that you can find very efficiently but that when you train on the smallest upside you get solutions instead are perfectly competitive as if you would have trained on the full data so that was one topic and the second one <hes> was related to canings custody as well <hes>. I'm where i mean. People use an album cold canes plus plus.
Kenneth Branagh Talks Shakespeare
"Kenneth Branagh is one of the all time greatest Shakespearean actors ranking alongside Laurence Olivier and John Gielgud. And he's the reigning keeper of the flame having staged and starred in dozens of Shakespeare's productions and brought six of Shakespeare's greatest works to the big screen. Indeed Brana would be the first to admit that he owes his career to the man known as the Bard of Avon. And now he says he wanted to express his thanks with a new film about the last three years of Shakespeare's life, titled all is true. He directed produced and starred in the film that opens in theaters may tenth just a few days after Shakespeare's four hundred fifty fifth birthday and on today's podcast, sir. Kenneth Branagh opens up about his lifelong fascination with this literary genius. And what? It was like to step into the shoes of his hero. He reveals why he chose to focus his film on the years following Shakespeare's retirement from the theater, why Shakespeare's returned to Stratford on Avon might not have been the homecoming he expected, and how a gardening project might have helped him cope with the loss of his only son ran on discusses the fact and fiction of Shakespeare's life, and why he wasn't afraid to deviate from accepted biography and embrace the mystery around the man he talks about teaming up with writer. Ben Elton, the creator of a British sitcom about Shakespeare how he achieved a painter look for the film by forgoing modern digital graphics in favor of traditional matte painting and the remarkable makeup that transformed Kenneth Branagh into the Bard himself less. He weighs in on the rumors that the mysterious dark lady in Shakespeare's love sonnets might not have been a lady at all the sex scandals that embroiled Shakespeare's family during his final years and the nagging speculation that Shakespeare's plays. Weren't actually written by William Shakespeare coming up with, sir. Kenneth Branagh in just a moment. Five time Academy Award nominee, sir. Kenneth Branagh is arguably the greatest living interpreter of the works of William Shakespeare, having directed and starred in many of Shakespeare's plays on stage and brought six of Shakespeare's plays to the big screen now at long last. He plays the Bard of Avon himself in a film, which he produced and directed called all his true. It opens in New York and Los Angeles this Friday may tenth cer- Kenneth Branagh. Thanks for joining me. Thank you. I love the film, and you have had a lifelong relationship with the works of William Shakespeare, how far back does this passion for Shakespeare, go with you. Well, it goes back to crazy moment really watching a variety show on television in about nine hundred sixty eight p to sell as the late. Great comedian. And actor
Video game to improve empathy in school kids
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Mexico rotate again and suffer defeat vs. Denmark before World Cup
"More again did some good work and that's great can you believe judy green with the first school history dark on the call that's right before this they've been outscored ten nil in a three meetings against france and this'll be the place that everyone will remember from this game and scary for both teams matt asia and france's olivier giroux go for the ball they clash head and there was blood everywhere it looked like an old school wwe match fortunately for both they would walk off us held the lead for a while but then the seventy eight th minute france gets it ended a one one draw france moves onto the world cup belts base australia next saturday team usa can only wait for another four years speaking of two teams headed to russia another friendly here between denmark and mexico seventy first minute christian erickson makes the pass to use poulsen dodgers defenders and then defender t one more time denmark takes a one nothing lead by the way this the forty eight different lineup on the field for mexico under one carlos who sorry on seventy third minute same score erickson makes a great ron gets behind the defenders and to just ball and denmark goes on to win it to'set they will face peru on june sixteenth mexico will face germany on june seventeenth sorta come here on is one of the biggest bites of the year and it's just hours away before terence crawford and jeff horn battle for the wbo welterweight title everything you need to know before the to take the ring in vegas later tonight on espn plus also ahead.
"olivier" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?
"I don't know she is a robot she's a robot i thought that i sort of concluded that she had absorbed laurence olivier consciousness because they say they say when his max headroom had goes away and they they see his dead body they were like he's become this spaceship it's the wires and the when they're all in the wizards throne room yes like dorothy and the russell and all them like santa had like he was that johnny depp movie you like get like yeah he'd like put uploaded his transcendence transcendence this is a tangent i i have a low score on uber because i saw transcendence and then got into a fight with my uber driver who liked transcended i was like are you fucking dumb that movies terrible and then he was like i'm not driving and he pulled me over it was crazy it was truly crazy how did you get into transcendence with the uber driver talking to your uber driver what's wrong i you only i know i won't yes i went to transcendence by myself i had eaten an edible and then like i called it an uber and i was just like equally mad about that movie and and then i was like the guy was like what you see a movie and it was a concert and he was like well what does it transcendence oh i like that movie and then it's like i mean it's on me probably three minutes i was like are you dumb and then i said all the reasons why transcendence was bad and that he was like very mad love the two didn't wait until you got home.
Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool: Premier League
"Only one in benghazi john's sixty thousand oslo fans were given commemorative mercy and the players produced performance worthy of the occasion as arsenal thrashed burnley five nail at the amorous gabon's pierre rick obama yang struck twice with nigeria's alex award be also getting on the scoresheet to give the humble vanja a sendoff he deserved i remain the final for trump and reload risk can only be great food firing twenty two years at the same time right stature elsewhere the race for fourth in the premier league in the final champions league places now wide open after chelsea's one nil win over liverpool antonio contest team of fifth but only three points behind thirdplaced liverpool with a game in hand he's not up and that we have to put one team on sleep at the same time we must be ready really ready to get three points keeps it won't be easy olivier she grew with the goal four chelsea at stamford bridge meanwhile torah will be leaving manchester city at the end of the season boss pep guardiola confirmed the i've orients exit after eight years at the club tori played yesterday in cities nil nil draw with huddersfield and congratulations to another ivorian soul bamba he anger bonds bruno mango will be playing in the premier league nick's next season after cardiff city were promoted barcelona are just three wins away from completing the first unbeaten season ever in la liga history they were reduced to ten men but still managed to draw to all with rail madrid in classic.
In Peru, Pence defends Syrian strike to Latin America allies
"And i heart radio station it's seventy three degrees at four o'clock good afternoon i'm rob dawson vice president mike pence says the us led airstrikes in syria overnight were morally right he says the operation differed from last year's airstrikes on a syrian air base the overnight operation followed last week's alleged syrian chemical attack which killed at least forty people pen says the strikes were meant to put damascus russia and iran on notice the vice president's spoke at the summit of the americas in lima peru an update to a car crash in brooklyn nypd says they've charged a man in connection with a crash that left eight people injured friday twentysevenyearold david olivier is charged with driving while intoxicated and refused to take a breathalyzer test witnesses say the curb and witnesses say the car jumped the curb and lead to a chain reaction crash with two other cars near the corner of farragut road and flatbush avenue bernie sanders former press secretary and current cnn political commentator simone sanders is accused of disorderly conduct in issued a criminal summons i xe eleven news that sanders was detained by police at laguardia airport on thursday according to a police report sanders was asked by tsa agents to step out of line for a more detailed security check but allegedly began cursing.