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Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

"Federal health officials say the rate of Kubic nineteen deaths has increased eleven percent compared to last week putting the US on track for another grim milestone by December the head of the U. S. centers for disease control Dr Rochelle Polanski says the U. S. is averaging about one hundred forty two thousand new coronavirus cases a day a slight increase three percent over the prior week but the rate of deaths has gone up higher eight hundred sixty four per day an increase of nearly eleven percent researchers from the university of Washington suggest nearly one hundred thousand more people could die from cope with nineteen by December which would put the US death toll it nearly seven hundred thirty thousand but they say a dramatic shift in behavior like people wearing masks in public could cut that in half I am Jackie Quinn

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Biden To Visit Tulsa To Mark the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

NPR News Now

01:07 min | 4 months ago

Biden To Visit Tulsa To Mark the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre

"Live from npr news. I'm giles snyder on day. Mark one hundred years. Since the beginning of the nineteen twenty one tulsa race massacre. The attack by white mobs on the black neighborhood of greenwood known as black wall street span. Two days left as many as three hundred people. Debt of course polanski of member station k. wgn s. reports from an interfaith prayer service marking the centennial. The attack vernon ame church is one of the only structures to partially survived. The events of one hundred years ago clergy from many fates gathered there monday morning to dedicate a prayer while the reverend jesse jackson senior group in prayer for an end to racist violence and a reaper. The black wall street back then. President biden is scheduled to arrive in tulsa on tuesday in a proclamation recognizing the centennial of the massacre. He says he is committed to rooting out. Systemic racism in america for npr news. I'm chris polanski. In tulsa

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CDC Says Average Daily COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Dropping

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

CDC Says Average Daily COVID-19 Cases, Deaths Dropping

"The CDC says it's seeing a hopeful trend in virus cases nationwide director Richelle Polanski says the country is now averaging about sixty two thousand five hundred new cases a day this is a ten percent drop in average cases from the prior week average daily debts are now below seven hundred again my number that's going in the right direction but we'll Lenski and other officials are worried about another downward trend vaccine demand some places are even turning down new deliveries because there's little interest one Mississippi pharmacists say she's practically begging people to show up for shots and says nobody was coming literally no one Sager mag ani Washington

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WHO, CDC warn of troubling COVID numbers

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

WHO, CDC warn of troubling COVID numbers

"At home and abroad health officials are warning of cope with nineteen numbers going in the wrong direction the World Health Organization says confirmed cases have gone up in five straight weeks by twelve percent the last week in Europe alone Kobe debts had dropped in six straight but Maria van Kerkhove says they're up slightly in the past week this is also a worrying sign in Atlanta CDC cheaper show Polanski says deaths continue dropping in the U. S. but the rate of decline of death a slow she says areas like the northeast and upper Midwest are seeing a significant rise in new cases taken together she calls it a warning sign for the American people I am worried that if we don't take the right actions now we will have another avoidable search just as we're seeing in Europe right now Sager made Connie Washington

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CDC reviewing study on school distancing

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

CDC reviewing study on school distancing

"Federal health officials are looking at a new study on whether kids in school can be closer than six feet CDC director Richelle Polanski says as soon as the agency recommended students to be six feet apart among the biggest challenges that we were aware of was was the fact that schools are having a hard time with this extra guidance she says the CDC's carefully looking at results of a study in Massachusetts and it demonstrated what students when I was a hundred percent Maskelyne had similar infection rates when in at sixty verses three feet well I'm ski says that prompted more studies and the CDC may revisit its guidance Sager mag ani Washington

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Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

WBZ Midday News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

"Film director Roman Polanski wants to be back into the Academy of Motion Pictures. He wants his membership restored. A judge says No, CBS's bill rake off Tells us the story. Roman Polanski had sued last year asking the court to order the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to make him a member in good standing again after he'd been expelled for raping a minor. A judge in Los Angeles ruled that the academy had the right to expel Polanski, one of best director Oscar for the pianist in 2003. He remains a fugitive after he pleaded guilty to unlawful sex with a minor in 1977. Fleeing the US the following year. Bill Rake off CBS News

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Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied by Los Angeles judge

Bill Handel

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied by Los Angeles judge

"L. L. A, A, says says Oscar winning director Roman Polanski is not entitled to get his membership back from the Motion Picture Academy after the group kept him out in 2018. The academy says it was defending its code of conduct when Polanski and others were expelled during the me to movement, Polanski says says he he was was denied denied due due process. process. Polanski Polanski was was convicted convicted in in 1978 1978 for for raping raping a a 13 13 year year old old girl girl and and has has been been living living in in France France

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Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

Tim Conway Jr.

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Polanski's request to restore film academy membership denied

"Fugitive film director Roman Polanski has lost a court fight in L. A to be reinstated as a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He was expelled from the academy in 2018. 40 years after he left the country to avoid charges of raping a 13 year old girl, the academy said in 2018, it wanted to encourage ethical standards and respect for human dignity.

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Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

"Twenty film director Roman Polanski winning Best Director last night as Caesar's award ceremony the awards at the French equivalent of the Oscars Polanski did not attend the ceremony he has been accused by several women of rape allegations Polanski has long denied several celebrities as well as the master of ceremonies walk down after the announcement of its way meanwhile a very large crowd gathered in protest outside the venue demonstrating against Polanski's twelve

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Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

"A hundred protesters disrupt the top film award ceremony in France as a controversial director received top accolades in Paris at the forty fifth award ceremony of this is off the French equivalent of the Oscars film director Roman Polanski won the award for best direction several feminist collectives protested where the ceremony was taking place against the directors twelve nominations the French Polish director who chose not to attend the ceremony has been accused by several women of rape including a French photographer Valentin money he has denied these allegations Polanski's wind caused a stir in the audience actress I daily then and the master of ceremonies herself chose to leave the awards ceremony right after the

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Roman Polanski Draws Protests, Wins Prizes at Stormy Cesar Awards

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Roman Polanski Draws Protests, Wins Prizes at Stormy Cesar Awards

"And in Paris protesters disrupted France's top film award ceremony last night and several women walked out after Roman Polanski won the award for Best Director Polanski fled the U. S. in the late nineteen seventies following his statutory rape conviction there are more recent allegations

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Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Anti-Polanski protesters greet French film awards ceremony

"Several actresses have walked out of the French film awards ceremony this says us after Roman Polanski was named Best Director protesters tried to storm the venue our correspondent Hugh Schofield reports from Paris announcement of the award to Roman Polanski was greeted with some approvals but mainly awkwardness everyone at the ceremony recognizes him as one of the world's top directors but in the post to me to world a man still wanted in the U. S. on statutory rape charges dating from nineteen seventy seven and against two new historic allegations of abuse also way is not regarded as a figure to celebrate predicting rightly that that be demonstrations by feminists Polanski himself decided to stay away from the ceremony as did the rest of his team including the actors on the job that the British writer Robert Harris on his book about the Dreyfus affair the film is

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Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

NPR News Now

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

"Filmmaker Roman Polanski says. He will not attend France's most prestigious movie awards despite his latest film. Receiving one dozen nominations. Npr's Eleanor Beardsley reports. The controversial filmmaker says he does not want to submit to what he calls a public lynching by a self-appointed feminist

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Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

Glenn Beck

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Roman Polanski Pulls Out of France’s Cesar Awards

"Down with filmmaker Roman Polanski is skipping the awards ceremony for France's equivalent of the Oscars even though his latest film is up for several honors Polanski made the decision amid protests prompted by a new rape accusation against him he still wanted in the U. S. on a similar allegation from nineteen seventy

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"polanski" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"polanski" Discussed on AP News

"Dispute over controversial director Roman Polanski whose new film lease this year's nominations the decision by the academy's influential board to resign en masse came just two weeks before the awards ceremony multiple nominations for Polanski's an officer and a spy triggered calls by feminist groups for a boycott of the awards as an expression of outrage against the ceremony and the director nominating Polanski's movie in twelve categories this year represented the last straw for the academy board who had expressed frustration over the clothes the nature of the decision making structure it's presidents day which means a shortened week that's light on economic reports stock and bond markets are closed for the holiday on Wednesday the governmental issue which report on producer prices which measures inflation pressures before they reach consumers also the federal reserve releases minutes from its January meeting Wall Street also get some updates on the health of the housing industry the government release date on housing starts on Wednesday and the national association of real towards a release January home sales data on Friday Amsterdam has banned the guided tours that take groups pass the fame to windows in the city's a red light district it's the city government's latest attempt to address over tourism man to clean up and to protect workers in the district which the city says are regularly abused and photographed without their consent by members of tour groups tours of the red light district still will be allowed if guide stick to the new restriction which takes effect in April and keep the windows off their itineraries.

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Leadership of 'French Oscars' resigns amid Polanski controversy

WBZ Midday News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Leadership of 'French Oscars' resigns amid Polanski controversy

"App controversy at France's equivalent to the Oscars let's go to Paris and CBS's Alain cop the entire board of the French Cesar academy has resigned following backlash over twelve nominations for a film by Roman Polanski hundreds of actors and filmmakers of cold for change in the leadership complaining that women are sidelined and criticizing the academy's president who previously suggested Polanski leads the festival jury women's groups have condemned the OCC how to me support for Polanski still wanted in the US for unlawful sex with a thirteen year old

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Lady Gaga, boyfriend Michael Polansky are Instagram official

Jason and Alexis

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Lady Gaga, boyfriend Michael Polansky are Instagram official

"Okay let's talk about lady Gaga as new boyfriend you want to see a picture of him you can go to the my talk Instagram and see them Michael Polanski is his name he's thirty three years old some facts about him he co founded and runs Facebook co founder Sean Parker's philanthropy foundation so he runs this foundation called the Parker foundation he also graduated from Harvard there's a smart guy for their anti met her he met got got through Parker so I'm having a hard time supporting this union because I'm still waiting for her to get together with Bradley Cooper all what's going to happen I I still holding out hope friends I was thinking about that and and then I thought you know what I think they're too big of stars together I think Bradley Cooper need somebody that adores him and he's already married is me don't know how he broke up with every in exchange yeah well they were married well I think you have a child together see we know all about it I'm still waiting what I'm saying is I don't know if he could handle lady Gaga schedule and not being there to

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"polanski" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Bring it discourse down to it you've worn black face we'll be I'm sorry Polanski it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's soon came up I did not she was not there's literally all over the internet have you in black face now why in the world would you I was never in black face damn I forgot the internet existed Democrats love them some black face what in the world is that the thing you're going to deny you notice saying what the world would you deny that because you just challenge the whole internet to go out and find it and they did quite easily in fact there are receipts there's receipts I mean I literally have it like right there on my timeline I tweeted one of them one of them so it it's up there she's in yes she is in black face and it just doesn't look good dystonia so why would you deny that why would you tonight and they were so mad and then literally a few years ago her quote was and I direct quote her she said this I actually here I have this idea me here pull this up let me put drop this is like she said this back in twenty sixteen that she was dressing as a quote beautiful African woman in quote at a Halloween party that involved make up that was quote a little bit darker than my skin in quote and they even you know how people have the photo because they ran it on the view they had an op ed piece in praise of naturally curly hair they say that it's making a comeback we always.

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"polanski" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We regret discourse down to it you've worn black face we'll be no I'm sorry to Polanski it wasn't rape rape when he raped a child so let's soon came I did not she was not there's literally all over the internet have you in black face now why in the world would you I was never in blackface damn I forgot the internet existed Democrats love them some black face what the world is that the thing you're going to deny you know what I'm saying what the world would you deny that because you challenge the whole internet to go out and find it and they did quite easily in fact there are receipts there's a receipt I mean I literally have it like right there on my timeline I tweeted one of them one of them so it it's up there she's in yes she is in black face and it just doesn't look good dystonia so why would you do why would you tonight and they were so mad and then literally a few years ago her quote was and I direct quote her she said this I actually here I have this idea me here pull this up let me put drop this is like she said this in twenty sixteen that she was dressing as a quote beautiful African woman in quote and hauling party that involved make up that was quote a little bit darker than my skin end quote and they even you know how people have the photo because they ran it on the view times they had an op ed piece in praise of naturally curly hair they said it is making a comeback we always had really.

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'Joker' Is Getting Serious Award Show Buzz

The Big Picture

07:14 min | 2 years ago

'Joker' Is Getting Serious Award Show Buzz

"This being the Oscar show we are of course talking about movies that may or may not contend for Oscar's just before we get began recording we were we're discussing the Venice Film Festival's winner of the Golden Lion and that movie of course Amanda is called Joker now jokers for those of you who've been sleeping under under a rock todd Phillips's. I guess you just described it aptly as a remake of taxi driver but with the joker we think that's what that movie is going to be. Neither you nor I have seen correct and until we see it. I think is going to be difficult for us to weigh in specifically on whether it's a problematic movie whether it's a wonderful movie. I don't know I also also just candidly I'm looking forward to it. Though I think we've started on the show a handful of times were not looking forward to the discourse around the movie that we don't have to look for it. It's already here. It's here. It's here I. I'm not really a part of it and I said that I would not be a part of it. I continue to not be in part because as you said we haven't seen it yes. We're only citing it here. Because the idea of joke entering the Oscar race I think is significant. I noted this over the weekend but just four of the previous forty Golden Lion winners have gone on to become best picture nominees two of those four of them in the past two years. Those movies are the shape of Water Roma both of which were if not major favorites significant contenders so it's possible that as as things evolve maybe Venice's evolving into perhaps a bellwether for the academy I it's very hard to say because in addition to joker being acknowledged they also acknowledged alledged Roman Polanski's new film officer and a spy which won the silver lion and it's notable that the academy expelled Roman Polanski last year from the academy so I do think that a festival like Venice which you and I discussed a couple of weeks ago as we previewed the season has the chance to significant significantly influence where we're going the season and I feel a complicated question in the sense that you and I are having this conversation now and a bunch of people lost their minds on twitter this weekend about joker winning the Golden Lion. I you know I think that happened on Saturday afternoon. A PS and you watched all the tweets role in it. Everyone being like Oh. Oh Shit Oscar racist change like Fam- It is early September calm down you know that is the nature of the Oscars at this. Wayne is like a bunch of people just like hidden at retrieve Biden and being like game changer so I guess it's a game changer I also so there was instant hand ringing ringing of being like a Venezia's responding to the discourse and they are saying no you will not shame us we will not that'd be politically correct which is like. They're not at all. It's Venice. It's just like a bunch of people taking boats around and being like we're having a nice international time like I promise Lucrecia Martel who is the president of the jury this year like did not read your tweets and doesn't care so to the extent that all of this okay so you're just you really feeling it right now and it's great. I just like Lucrecia. Martel was just chilling in a boat somewhere. That's what you're saying. She was in a Gondola. I hope she had what a great time watching hangover three director. She deserves it. I hope she got some time like on a plaza somewhere with an imperative because that's what you gotTa do when you go adventist okay it's not read stupid people's tweets about like what joker reflects about the twenty first century masculinity or whatever she doesn't care they. I don't care so in that sense no but in the sense that we are in a prison of our own making and all of the Oscar discourses now but because of people reacting and just kind of shutting each other across the void I just did a monologue about it and the Oscar Shell. You're participating of course participating and we say we're not going to and then we do. I think you definitely put your finger on something very smart. which is that the reactionary nature of certain movies or at least the way they're perceived to be reactionary canary invariably influences the races you know the green book conversation happened in part because there is at least the expectation that older members of the academy did not not want to be told what they could or could not like now joker is not exactly the same as green book even though we haven't seen joker? I feel pretty safe assumption that they don't have the same posture. Let's say but I do think that there is a chance that a movie like this could sneak. Its way in because of what you're saying because there is the sort of like. Don't tell tell me what kind of a movie I'm allowed to like not like. I'm not totally sure. Todd Phillips is not necessarily historically known as a awards filmmaker and Joaquin Phoenix INEX- is a bit of a circuitous personality in the world. You know he's not the kind of person who I think is going to go to one hundred after parties and kiss babies to get his nomination despite the fact that he's understood to be the master of his craft etc etc.. We'll have to just wait and see you know we're. We're not far away from seeing this movie. The only thing I would say flip side of that is that it would be so Oscars for them to finally recognized the Superhero Genre with this movie that is a remake of an odd to all the seventy s movies that these these academy jokers grew up on. I don't think that that would be a fair recognition of what soup the superhero genre is in the industry and I don't think that would be a fair recognition this movie which I haven't even seen but you can see you can see them get. The one thing I'll say is though there's one thing working for them working the thing working against it. The one thing we're going forward is the sort of like elevated seventies thing that you're mentioning which gives it a perhaps a measure of credibility in some people's minds. The flipside is this character has already been celebrated by the Academy Heath Ledger already one thing this character so we know that the academy is maybe more open to the idea of a chaos agent in its mix. You know what I'm saying yes but the academy recognizes like the King of England and a character like every three years so that doesn't doesn't really matter okay the one thing that we can say about joker is that it's clear that he is this week's winner of is he running because joker is running. It is clear the joker is here to stay for the Oscars conversation so we'll get into him more. I suspect that we'll do a little bit of a deep dive on the show in October. I WanNa ask you about the article the because it's very clearly titled Joker and calling I mean I understand that the joker is the character but I think they're also trying to do something by not having him be the joker. It's it's a word play has also he's a joker because we're all joker rate so the collective joke asking you. I want to set some intention for Oscar season. Are we going to call him. The joker are we just going to call him joker. Can we just see the movie and find out what if he's not the canonical joker. Tell okay. It's Ah you're editor. Brain is working on this Monday morning. We'll just have to wait and see because it's completely plausible that this is not operating in the traditional Batman Mythology. Oh Gee and so thus it's just a reference to how all leaders and men with power jokers of the world listen. I'm just trying to respect the film and the filmmakers occurs and engage with the text people. Don't think that I'm going to do that was movie but I am well. We appreciate your your candor. Openness and

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Roman Polanski, Motion Picture Arts And Statutory Rape discussed on Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Roman Polanski, Motion Picture Arts And Statutory Rape discussed on Dr. Drew Midday Live with Lauren Sivan

"Roman Polanski took legal steps today to. Try to regain his membership in the academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences Polanski filed court papers in LA superior court asking the judge to reinstate him to the academy the lawsuit still pending in the court system as of midday today. Polinsky now eighty five was admitted to the academy December nine hundred sixty eight with help of a letter signed by the lake Gregory, Peck, Polanski court papers state police he fled the United States in nineteen seventy eight after being charged with statutory rape of a thirteen year old his continued to work and won an Oscar in two thousand and three for directing the World War drama, the pianist Polanski and Bill Cosby who's imprisoned for drugging and raping a woman. We're both expelled from the academy in two thousand

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"polanski" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"What that sound was. I. By the way, Matt. This reminds me of remember your old phone when you were constantly calling me, I feel so why did you bring that up? No. It just reminded me of it of like, why does it match us go into the the setting in fix that? And then I went oh, remember like eight years ago. When message me. Every day and leave me long five minute pocket. Dial dial messages where you're talking to your family. You're talking to your agent like I would get I learned so much about that. I'm sure you didn't about that. Inter I knew I would listen to I would sometimes like call you like tell you tell you parts about the conversations I are until there was one point where I was just like mad. You got. I did I changed you to change the spelling of your name. But you were the first a I was the first day but adds add someone else, I know who is not a real number before. Anyway. Yeah. That was many phones ago. Manny. Sorry about that. I had two ways of phone, and it was really really frustrating because out of the country. Right. I used to I remember I was on tour with some friends in anytime. I plugged my phone in to whatever car, we were driving the first song that would come up would be this song from fun home because he was quote, a something something something, and they would always make fun of me about this song. And then I read something about it. Very similar mad. If like if you put in this thirty seconds of silence that has the title a that'll never happen to you. Yeah. Anyway. Okay. Okay for you. Yeah. It was. All right. So now, I'm going to judge you thank you for bringing technique to. Hey that I like to change my answer. Eight. Unfortunately, I'm going to give the the winner of that round his lap. His career. I'm dance you can say. I'm gonna give. This one this one point. I'll just give you a point. Okay. Okay. A point. All right. A little. All right. So now Reardon you the only way you can win is if I get the point because then we'll have to go to a riddle off. But don't let that influence you. Okay. Get what you get when you cross the Whitlow with a question Moke and dip it in ink. What do you get when you cross the Riddler with a question? Mark meeting on his buddy sued or just. Okay, Reeler with a question, Mark. And you dip it in ink. Are we're going to Matt Walsh. Permanent question. Ooh, I love. Oh. All right now, we go to Roman Polanski read there with a question Mark dipped in ink. I think you get. And Jim Carey. Inside a large vet the vet future that inky liquid black dark dark liquid so dark. It has a bottomless bid Jim Carey, sinks, sinks down six. Whether it's like endless, hold the button at the center of the they'd gets. And what does he find his knees womb his mother's womb and his mother bird seem and it comes out comes out of his mother's womb? And I am right there filming it the hollow camera filming someone's for China. Whereas all right. All right enough about me. Okay. You get an inkling of an idea. Ooh. I would like to change my answer. No, no, no to be to have a winner. All right. Who who gets that point? I think it's pretty obvious women plants ski, which means Roman Polanski. You are winter. Oh, wow points. And that's how we play. I haven't felt this good. This is a good song. Ridler? There wasn't good. That's a good song. That's a really good short. Wow. That is a good song. Wow. Congratulations row plants. Hey, what are you gonna do with your victory? I would probably, you know, use it to jump stocked my movie career in Hollywood people, Scott or communists, signed off. Like, oh, no, no. No, no, please. Don't people. Endorsement you fully endorsed. He'd just want a game on my show. I think no, I don't think you should come back. No win. I didn't. You're the one who had signed him the that gave him the way. Did you say Tracy reared rules? Well, I do make the rules in the rule is that we have time for just one last feature on this show, and is a little something called plugs. The show..

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"polanski" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"End of that polanski movie or or does that also take you out when that happened i think i like that because it was more original whereas this seems derivative because rosemary baby rosemary's baby exists exactly and because it was trying to sort of channel this this almost like obsession that people have with the occult in with spirits and things like that so i felt like it would have been much more interesting this is why i think baba duke was really interesting because it was clearly a metaphor about like depression and grief in anxiety and stuff like that right and why i think a film like the witch was more interesting and why i think it follows his fucking genius because they just a little bit more consistent in either the metaphor or the sort of narrative that they're presenting this one was kind of derivative of all of that stuff and i get it art borrows and steals and that's fine but i don't know it just didn't quite didn't quite work for me totally the shift didn't it kind of jarred me and because of that it made me question my enjoyment to the rest of the film it was a fuck like i i was into this you know austin do do you i heard you say something like people are so obsessed with the caulton yes business should they feel like people are like more obsessed now like in our modern time right now that people are obsessed with witchcraft and you know fucking crystals se crystals in la i think it's actually really prevalent because of and i don't want to just use this as like some bullshit like signaling term but i think it's because of our obsession with the way the capitalism is sort of like the the law of the market which is kind of like our god today that if you input something you're going to get rewarded right and i think that like our obsession with the colt is a sort of just spiritualism nation of economic fires you know it's like the secret was that text that was so popular right like positive thinking and you're going to get it back the visualize and you're gonna get it prosperity gospel is popular all of these things if you look at them the commonality is that supposedly you put something in you invest and you're going to get a return on that investment so i think it's really dictated by a capitalist logic all right so i similar to austin i like pieces of basic what everyone else is saying there are definitely times in this movie where i was super captivated there are times where i was really uneasy but for every moment where i was you know like really ten stuff and i really felt like the direct to'real choices were really capturing the and working there was like fifteen minutes of like wait is this a family drama now or you know wait like where's this going we'll just looking off in the distance and rooms of houses and yeah but overall i i like this movie i mean i think it takes a lot of risks i mean toni collette you know put it all on the line for this movie and she did a great job and i think there are a lot of like fresh face actors that do really good i mean alex wolff who plays peter i mean the whole ending whether you like it or not i think you know most people who don't like the ending they don't like it because of the writing but his the expression on his face when he's in school after the accident and at the end when he is payment i mean he doesn't say anything but it's face says a lot and so i think that overall there's a lot of great performances in this movie i think when it works it works when it doesn't it certainly not cringe e it's just maybe slightly a little bit slower but ultimately i wasn't like board you know during the movie the one the one thing i would say is i disagree with austin that the whole hereditary like there was an ambiguity between is this like a real real as an actual realization of a cult powers or is this some sort of psychological phenomenon i think that that's actually the psychological element is dispelled a lot earlier in the film but we'll get to that a little bit later but first let's go into a recap so middle aged mother anne is morning death of her estranged mother when bizarre things start happening her daughter charlie sleeps.

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"polanski" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Book was really fascinating because it had the movies that this one critic thought should've won and who should have won best actor and actress and stuff and you know it's where you discover like remember he he had called a sack polanski's called the sack was like should have won best pitcher in like nineteen sixty six or you know instead of you know man for all seasons or whatever and i was like oh wow what is this movie you know what i mean and so it kind of gave me a bigger movie knowledge so i think i was always interested in it in terms of what to see yeah but i didn't really watch it or anything like that do you ever play that game now like you know why the heck is this movie the one everyone's talking about it should be x that's totally out of the conversation yeah i mean we would do that when we were younger but the things that we always liked was like now that i'm older i totally get why people weren't talking you're like oh yeah that thing was crazy yeah i had a similar experience where when i was younger i thought the oscars were just ridiculously out of touch i don't know if now i think i'm just probably too old to really care enough about yeah especially you know what else what else it is is that it was really interesting when i grew up in oklahoma but then when you live in la and you see the for your consideration billboards everywhere you do get a bit like just immune to it you're like oh yeah that's happening right right right it's a big business it's like seeing christmas decorations like oh it's that time of year and then the emmys are actually sort of rising to the level of the oscars in terms of insanity for your consideration insanity in case you've noticed yeah no i have because you've been nominated ten times and my right and you one for a have counted on i i don't know i didn't know that you're telling me you're like jack nicholson of the emmys oh no i don't i don't know about that yeah i mean that's funny that you say that i did win one for south park but i remember i landed in new york and my publicist texted me and was like hey i think you just want an emmy for writing on south park i want i dared emme showed up in the mail and i was like oh wow so you didn't you didn't get to go up and collected or anything podium now now now i think matt and you know what but manton traded all the work on that thing i was in the room laughing and contributing a little bit if anything on south wondering award it's because of their work i was just they were nice enough to put my name on it because i was around you know do you have a favorite moment from the emmys that you have been to the shows i remember when i remember ellen bernstein was in front of us remember when they were announcing the nominees just remember her handing her purse to her date meaning like she knew she was going to win and did she is she did yeah i was like that is gangster right there man that is a baller she was like hold this was like damn because you don't wanna you don't wanna do that and then knock get it i mean that's really that's that's pretty bad it was the awards klevan of walking away from an explosion you know and slow motion it was just kind of like i'm too bad ass for this but i just wanna wow man that is man i better not look in the i'm that is bad ass and what about the have you been to the oscars i know you've been to the oscar party the vanity fair party no i i've never been to the actual oscars now did you have fun at the vanity fair party oh yeah i've gone to that a couple of times i think i've been to that three or four times and that's always fun it is a bit it's so funny that party because it is kind of like high school it's.

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"polanski" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Go through amazon book martin and click through all right so the they know they're going to do that now i think roman polanski could write a book and he could get a big advance but part of the stipulation would be go out and promote and when you go out and promote be prepared this isn't johnny carson jack par not have a brandy light a cigarette let's look at carol meryl's rack and we'll have a laugh ono we're going we gotta ask some questions everybody's gotta do at deep dive and obviously if you're james komi and you go on the view you're gonna have an easier time of it than if you go on tucker carlson and then you won't go on tucker carlson but even the late night guys getting into it now and it's going to be hard to void that so i had heard in on radio program from my hotel room last tuesday when i was in new york for celebrity fingers and air quotes match game that bill went onto a cnn show where i pro he probably thought he was going to get an easier time of it and the guy asked some pretty tough questions with lewinsky and did you polish is and too and he said i didn't apologize said did you polish to her like essentially ruined this girl's life did you apologize to her and he said i fought to everyone and he says she not everyone she's born chasse she lives on this planet jack politics policy he's like i it's always funny it's very bill clinton thing and politician thing where you go did you apologize to her directly i pol josh to my family i apologize to the american people.

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"polanski" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"They claim that that the wards were getting out of touch for many many years much like the grammys so they expanded it and started inviting other people into like danny trae was a member of the academy now which is red really fun sure but how are bill cosby roman polanski still on that like your cosby the first trial was a year ago we know what's going back then polanski was thirty five years ago way to keep up with the times hollywood polanski has really flown under the radar hasn't he yeah a lot of people worked with here's yeah so it's it's strange like people continued to work with them same way with woody allen where it's now i think that's finally done though right what do you mean what he allen like oh him yeah making things i think he being cool with him being such a crazy you know they're they've got got the show coming out on amazon than he did and i don't know what they're gonna do that because they've spent a billion dollars on it so it's not like they're gonna shelve it i think people are going to stop working with him all together but i don't know what that guy is going to do because all he was make a movie every year mckee's made a movie every single year so much so there was a there was a fucking course i forget it was either nyu will have state where it was just like woody allen movies and you're like.

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"polanski" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on The Frame

"From the Mon broadcast center at KPCC. This is the frame I'm John horn on today's show, Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski are out of the academy of Motion, Picture, Arts and sciences. Then he wrote west side stories, music, let the New York Philharmonic and was tracked by the F B I a new exhibit celebrates the life and work of Leonard Bernstein. He was composer. He was conductor great pianist. He was a fantastic ambassador for American. Classical music. All rolled into Iraq saw pure and simple, and what do Elvis, Johnny cash and Rufus Thomas heaven. Common one authors take on Memphis, musical legacy. All that coming right up. We begin today with the news that the academy of Motion Picture, Arts and sciences has voted to expel actor Bill Cosby and director Roman Polanski from its membership. Last week, Bill Cosby was found guilty of aggravated indecent assault for an incident in two thousand and four, but Roman Polanski's case dates back to nineteen seventy seven when he pled guilty to unlawful sex with a minor, a thirteen year old girl Polinsky served forty two days in prison, but fled the country before his sentencing. So why did the academy make its decision now to talk about the academy's decision and it's timing. I called up Rebecca, Keegan. She's a Hollywood correspondent for Vanity. Fair. Timing really stems from October when the academy board voted to expel Harvey Weinstein, and that was unusually swift for the kademi normally this organization as you know, well, it takes a long time to sort of respond to events like this in the news and it kind of signal that the economy was speeding up its process in a lot of ways. Once the Harvey Weinstein expulsion happened, people started to ask questions of other high profile members who had sort of stories like this about them or legal issues which included, of course, book Cosby and ruin plants gate. Also the case to that the academy has been revising its code of conduct, and I talked to kademi governor, and the story that I'm hearing is that the code of conduct really kind of caught up to these individuals as opposed to the other way around that as the academy's started to reconsider what was and was not acceptable behavior, what Roman Polanski and Bill Cosby. Did clearly fell outside of that realm and was considered grounds for kicking them out. Oh, interesting. Yeah. I mean, the code conduct has has not been without controversy. There are some high profile academy members, including Bill mechanic, a governor who step down recently producer, who feels like this isn't the academy's place to pass a code of conduct that it's for the movie studios production companies or for law enforcement to deal with these issues. Clearly, the majority of the board of governors disagrees with that. And then south, like the governor that you spoke with may have disagreed with that, and they feel that it appropriate for the academy to not only have a code of conduct, but to enforce it in cases of clear violations like Cosby and Polanski. The other thing that's materially important here is at the composition of the board of governors is radically different than it was ten fifteen years ago that now there are women in prominent positions in the academy, and I think. More than a quarter of the governor's right now are women, which certainly was not the case in very recent memory. Right? I mean, you know, probably one of the most prominent governors, KATHLEEN KENNEDY ahead of Lucasfilm who has also been sort of spearheading this issue of the industry dealing with sexual harassment in general. So she's sort of probably a strong voice on the board. Other prominent women on the board include what be Goldberg. The head of FOX searchlight, Nancy, utley, Christina Camelias from participant or a lot of, you know, sort of high profile women in the industry who are present. It's also the board is also just gotten bigger in general, and it's a lot more people who are having a say into these discussions. There has been as far as I can tell not entire agreement on this issue in the board. So while there may be more women on the board, there are more people of color on the board. There was also more, I think, intense debate surrounding some of these hot button topics. We don't know right now what the vote was inside. The board room, but what does it actually mean when you are expelled from the kademi? What are the consequences of that voting rights? So Roman implants game Bill Cosby. If they had been active voters will not be any longer. I don't know that those are two people who cared much about being invited to screenings, but they won't be invited to screenings any any longer. They won't get their screeners. I think this is probably more important for Roman Polanski who is still actively making films and as still sort of engaged in the entertainment community at least in Europe question, how important do you think it is to the academy that it takes a leadership position on this issue that even if it isn't deciding who's getting hired to make movies, it can be in a leadership position about what is in is not acceptable behavior. You know, this is something that I think about a lot. What is the what is the academy's role here? I think as an organization, there's some debate about that, but to stunt at the economy represents how the film industry sort of portrays itself to the world, how it's perceived to the world today, Senate representative excellence in cinema, it's clear that they had to look at this sort of agreed issue in their industry and figure out a response to it. Now, sort of individual ways in which they're handling cases you may sort of take issue with, but the idea that the academy could just sort of ignorance for this or let other people deal with it. I don't think that that I don't think that works in twenty eight teen. I think the next question is what happens to those individuals and I'm taking now with people like Kevin Spacey, Casey Affleck, who have not been charged criminally but have been accused of sexual assault and harassment. I don't know. The academy's position is on them, but I suspect that as times change, we may have more people who are asked to leave the academy. This is this is a sort of dilemma that the house creative for itself is prior to this. The only occurred to Harvey Weinstein. The only example of someone being asked to leave the academy was a guy who shared his screeners now that you have a code of conduct. You do raise the question for every member of the academy of what they've done over the course of their often long careers, and you know, sort of who they offended or hurt I, it becomes a lot more complicated and it does. I think, create an issue where there's a lot of gray area for the academy to have to know start looking into. I think it's worth noting that Harvey Weinstein, even though he has been accused of a wide array of bad behavior and potentially criminal behavior, he has not been convicted or tried in anything yet, Rebecca, Keegan is a Hollywood correspond. For Vanity. Fair fee is also the on the lot guest on our sister show take to Rebecca. Thanks for coming on the frame counter. Leonard

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"polanski" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime

"Take charlie with only a small payment from kathleen most boys are for costs key and jc bearing smiled pause sometimes in my house with parties where people who didn't smoke followed and i must tell you that i was not other hollywood party lists somebody didn't smoke apart shot on not only didn't rules jogs she didn't touch alcohol she didn't smoke cigarettes the greatest speaks church she was doing was had pregnancy i never seen and when the north for all ccupied with it roman polanski had returned from an extended stay in europe the night after his wife's murder on august 16th he reported to parker center in downtown los angeles to be polygraphed by lieutenant earl demerger the two men spoke briefly about sharon's relationship with j c bring an exboyfriend the polish director was certain the two had remained simply friends see bring had a reputation for tying women though polanski was certain it had never gone beyond playacting sharon couldn't help laughing at the ridiculousness of it when he tried to do it with her polanski had gotten win that the hair stylist had been in financial trouble but discounted the idea that drugs had played a part in the slayings deem are asked about his recent horror film head rosemary's baby polanski suggested it was possible he had been the intended target of someone involved in witchcraft he told the detective he planned to devote himself to say solving the crime he would gain his friends confidence and suddenly question them for possible leads if there was a hollywood connection he do what he could to find it lieutenant demerger ended the session convinced the director had no involvement in the murders before leaving polansky told the detective if i'm looking for a motive i'd look for something which doesn't fit your habitual standard something much more far out than that.

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"polanski" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Double Toasted

"You know full rubber plaski still on ball kaddoumi board bill cosby is tony academy board and now they're trying to kick off harvey once wish they should but there were a lot of the people that they need to get out of there hollywood on care about women i'm tony there right now they're doing this now because it's a it's a it's a pr bull is a business move yeah other donors because they give a shit about women no we're not firing him be care he hot topics sexists their firing him because we found out that he's sexists in you know an asshole yeah and it'll be no now only fucking years yeah they can't handle the the scandal has gone all right now they have no choice but for some reason you're all these years appellate ahead of fallen a rapist like roman polanski can they can give him accolades and standing ovations for years allow him be on the board even though he is a fugitive of fugitive rapists who there's been two more alleged under age rapes from roman polanski but all you know the gaza creative genius of hollywood man you wouldn't have to wipe out you hate that do would a passion i know many of the directors and producers not like like if we looked at all like what they really do and how they really treat women and maybe children like you have a big portion of whole you you know what and they should uh we we've played this on the show longtime agom surprise we never brought it up uh let me see here hoppy weinstein's brother came out talking about yeah he's used beauty abused me to not you know is that affect especially but here's the ito beat him up or whatever while you're each said something yeah a harvey weinstein had a temper where he would be a real story where he beat up a guy in an instant him like a fruit basket of something about get bask because he felt bad about he was a real manipulator where he would be joy isn't he written in our he'd raped and then he beg you to like love him a like him.

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"polanski" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on 1A

"Had to argue my point to bring women onto staff to bring the female directors in ripe and they always do a great job but it's very interesting that people talk about something needs to be done but then when you look at actually hiring people changing the culture there is a tremendous amount of pushback from both men and women in the system carol rights if the country were to follow the academy's example and fire or remove all the let's resold men from their positions the unemployment rate would rise a couple of points luxury is to accepted and overlooked to ever be weeded out i wonder about that glen i mean harvey weinstein has been expelled from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences which puts on the academy awards that immediately led to conversations about roman polanski and bill cosby and others i wonder what do you think about this this message that speaks set now particularly from the academy from the university of southern california giving harvey weinstein back is five million dollar donation how much if at all does that really help well we'll have to see i will say that you know i've seen uh you know i worked on a show once in which there was a producer who was clearly you know recasting people to bring in people to bring in women that he was hoping to you know harass or whatever i spoke up about that uh you know i was eventually fired from that show uh it's i'm sorry organisers said you said you were fired from a chauffeur speaking up for a woman who live saute arrest by for speaking up i was saying that i would say that there was a a climate in which.

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"polanski" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"In some cases disciplining them prior to any due process in the actual legal system cause as of now harvey weinstein has not been charged with her prosecuted with anything so my question is does he have any recourse with the academy if he ever chose the pursuit of which seems unlikely and also what's gonna happen if the academy now starts going after others there are some people who have been try and convicted like roman polanski who had a sexual interaction with the child and then fled after being convicted and then and stephen collins who is an admitted child molester and then you get into the gray area where you've got like nate parker who was tried in found not guilty but more stuff has since come out or casey affleck were there were settlements i mean what is the academy get a do without getting itself sued here in the situation because it's a private organization i think you're right that as long as they're operating within their own byelaws i don't think they are liable for any of this what is going to happen though is that it is going to become a very slippery slope if you start kicking out people like roman polanski four sexually related offenses you're going to have people asking okay well what about racists what about people who go on antisemitic reds mel gibson as a member exactly like where does it stop it and at what points do you have to rewrite those bylaws to include a very specific morality clause because they're suggesting in the in the same short statement that the academy put out on saturday announcing the weinstein was out they said were continuing to work to develop some sort of like an honor code or moral code of honour but it's sort of strange needed day.

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"polanski" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Roman polanski continues to work you know what i mean like what are you talking about what like it is it is is incredibly frustrating to listen to people make up this reality where all of this justice is happening while i'm looking at the world going but is not no was nine but you do the metal gymnastics in order to blame women owners an and this is the part i wanna bring a now these are to sexual assault that right right the admits uh thousand acted as the difference tweets that harassment sexual style and a rate is huge here we absolutely would not treat any of these women that just allege some creepy behavior all his by on his part before there was some preponderance of evidence they he did more to other women we would not treat them seriously that isn't as a fucking fact and i need people to get that through a fucking skulls because if we just if if we had heard harvey why seeing groped the woman's breast we are not treating that seriously you know bill clinton was accused accountacy embassy came president like sixty minutes was talking about a guy reelected evening we don't care this i did it we do care like we it happens to commonly two women for us to believe we care if a third of women are having these issues at their jobs a third of women at their jobs who's doing it not all the women.

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"polanski" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"But you're or whatever now monsters who killed your parents and i think there's a lot about sort of abstract ideas are obtained in the movie cinematic riches i think keeps a something i can go back to you again and again when you're playing on this we will house it's almost impossible to avoid hitchcock comparison even though you're ryan there are overt references to the trickier it's got movies i like what alexander stubb because i i see a lot of those schools as well in terms of polanski though journey which is mainly the persecution of the outsider and you know seeing what polanski has gone through in his life why would you trust the comforts of hood domestic city so really does that those are the two things i focus on what i what i see the tenant because they echo what would polanski's journey has been i think the thing to always calls me to hitchcock has the idea of so many of the opening credits sequences or opening scenes of hitchcock film can contain clues to what is going to happen later on might even contain the ending of the film if you interpret in a certain way and the opening credits of this are remarkable in the way that we have this roaming camera the way that we start on this empty window and then we have this uh polanski fading in and the camera tilts down tilts backup and there's a woman standing there and the way the plants will appear in disappear in these windows as pico long and it just the whole replacement of.

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"polanski" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"You know relatively good looking kind of cult leader any hides followers and they sort of lived in a kind of hippie ash commune but with the you know slightly homicide allege basically hence the deaths yes uh so uh they aren't i was the the wife of roman polanski at the time this this the murders to place ninety six to nine months pregnant with was plans skis child the man's months no this group broke into a house in la that uh they thought belonged to someone else labeling to record producer he'd turn yet turned him down and sharon tate and some of the people there and they murdered them corporately as obsolete horrendous uh but i imagine there's going gonna be something in this i think there are quite tarantino ask themes oversee the something about obsession there's something about nature of celebrity and what you do to achieve that the feels lubin natural born killers to meet him at it's just organiser formed his work over the years maybe now he's maybe now he's at a point this life recited the tackle something that feels a little bit more real and maybe not so hyper popped culturally uh pumped up um so i'm intrigued by at someone in my twitter feed again this was a little bit i come sorry to under don't didn't but was a little bit gbs about this in in that it could be looked at as exploitation of a horrendous reallife situation.

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"polanski" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"polanski" Discussed on Bizarre Life with Dan Wootton

"What a great guy he is and i wonder how many women the thought that would think the same way about this great woman loving guy if they knew that he made movies quite recently with roman polanski told about what a great guy he was an plaski remains on the run for the illegal rape of an underage girl in california and as recently lost his latest appeal to try and get off the ramp on that it seems to me there's a hypocrisy that if you're going to be the great woman standardbearer unarmed i'm the bad guy you go to think about you'll movie choices and who you make movies with antisect typical hollywood hypocrisy where meryl streep gave roma polanski a standing ovation at the oscars watsa fees gotten really a standing ovation to a guy who committed child rape and he's on the run never face justice and yet they want to attack trump for the way he treats women or eat it trump deserves some criticism for the way dri he's pretty women a question but i'm sorry you can't then put some like roman polanski on this plinth of how grades the bacon said this is an interesting one because you when you were editor of the mira you're actually relatively close to fit tori away toro was going fine with the honoree know david beckham others funded quote knowing full season because he likes to punk himself in the middle of ever thea every single have we ever have in his country as some point has to have him in a speedboat or abseiling dasm it was nothing to do with it.

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