17 Burst results for "Sabella Rossellini"
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"I overshot it a little bit so a lot of money back in the day and still a lot of money to this day so none of the hunter is directed by charles lawton who only directed two movies the other being the man on the eiffel tower from nineteen forty. Nine which is actually credited for in that film and apparently he only directed the scenes. In which burgess meredith appeared in but he was also an actor who has appeared in over sixty four films and tv series from the twenty s to the sixties so. It's kind of astonishing that this was only his second time directing or i mean. Many people say it's his only time directing but damn what an incredible job because this movie is just so well made. I mean production Acting cinematography just like everything about this movie is just so impressive to me. It's amazing that this was his beasley his first time directing holy seriously i one hundred percent and it's sad that actually night of the hunter was lawton's first and final directorial effort It's kind of funny that we're talking about this film being influential because in its day. It was essentially a flop. Upon its release the film was panned by critics and audiences the lake lawton essentially said fuck it and never directed again. That's not a direct quote. This is why. I'm so grateful. This movie exists. And why it's in my film collection. And now sharon's too because this is like a milestone in my opinion. Yeah about that menu. Saying night of the hunter was definitely not a critical or commercial success at the time. Not like many strange films. From the nineteen fifties it would eventually receive a critical reevaluation and more importantly an thankfully young directors began to watch it and let it influence their work. There is speculation that david lynch even pay tribute to the films. I shot with his closing shot from the elephant. Man both scenes feature narrators among the floating stars and night of the hunters dark theme of good versus evil and women falling mickens. Evil men is prevalent in much of lynch's work if you're familiar with lynch if you're not get familiar tell you again people. David lynch is amazing. But dennis hopper's villain frank booth from blue velvet could easily be looked at as a direct descendant of robert mitchum's character from night of the hunter. So i'm not sure which is creepy to be honest. I'm gonna go dennis hopper. sorry. I mean those. The scene with him and Isabella rossellini where they're in treatment and he. Yeah i guess his thing. He's doing his thing and he's calling her mommy and he has the nitrous mask on. That is pretty chilling but the cohen brothers also made good use of the film. Song leaning on the everlasting arms. They use that in their film. True grit and even the big lebowski has been influenced by night of the hunter. The famous catchphrase. The dude abides is actually a spin. On night of the hunters film quote. Children are man at his strongest. they abide by. That gives me goosebumps. I swear to god and above all from a modern hor perspective. None have warned the film's influence on their sleeves. Quite like our astor. The final shot of the tree house in his film hereditary is a direct omar's to the night of the hunter in an interview he did with film..
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Just how jerry goldsmith did those amazing combinations and how he used the tuba as a melodic instrument. Much more than i thought he did. And how certain things that i thought were done by brasses. Were actually done by some very clever woodwind writing. So so there we go. Hopefully someone romy enjoyed that your wasting join you for that. She was very happy that i was happy. And that's the best picture of her sitting next to the sequential keyboard. Yeah that's pretty much. It plays great. We supported each other. So so i i usually have a question. I asked now before we wrap it up. That's about what he listened to you. But i'm not gonna do that. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go back to geeking it out. So i had the nation of image heap and jerry goldsmith license. I don't know how that works on an apple play list but i love the apple. Robot finally figure out what i like to listen to. What was your question. No so in honor of my hand painted so christopher mills who's do directed like modest mouse is float on and a whole bunch like whole bunch of blue rodeo and russian. Anyway he handpainted back when we were kids. My eight hundred and it was a scene of a from blue velvet. so it was. It was dean stockwell in a naked isabella rossellini. And and i left it with one of my band mates. And i think he sold it for rent so so and google. Even to this day. I will every probably every few months or six months jump onto google and look for hand painted poly eight hundred but anyway. That's not i mean. That's just the setup so what are instead of the music three things you're listening to. What are the three boards that got away all you bad. That's no let's end this on a positive note. Really that's gonna be depressing. The ones that got away. I mean you know what i i again. you know. what. I'm i'm marriage number two a very expensive divorce marriage number one and i was very proud of that but had i not gotten divorced. I would still have a very very large studio that i could have afforded for a few more years. And that means a law of the gear would be everywhere as a result of a fair alimony. i had to refinance a lot of things and rethink law stuff. Also it doesn't help that. Streaming has come along. And it's really hurt us composers and songwriters because the money that comes from streaming is cents to the dollar of money that comes from broadcasting. So that's another conversation that you'll have with other people Thank you so can and and people all over the world that are working on this streaming is wonderful. I don't want people's prices to go up at home But somewhere along the path. Somebody's making too much money. And we're not getting enough of it so we have to work on that So that's why some stories are regretful. Stories they're here. I had to sell you know to refinance things yup One of them was an twenty six hundred..
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Let me rephrase that. That is an academic subject, which I find fascinating about very funny because I was the mid 2000 fry I made. I started making funny films about how Different Panama made and Richard used, But people have never seen these films they're called Green Porno is the name of the series of films and they're not just lectures. You actually depict the animal you're of these costumes and the sets in which you'll do a piece about, say the mating habits. Of ducks and Isabella Rossellini are a duck, but I have to tell you, the ducks are very special. We always think that courtship. Is what you need for the female to say yes or no but ducks ever a different method. They evolved. Very labyrinth, IC vagina. A lot of doctors. Jump on them, and they will try to make love to them. So they have evolved a vagina with several canal they can control. So if they're penetrated by a doctor, you don't want to be the father of the baby. They send them to a dead end. You get created by that they like then that would mean the right canals delivered to their eggs to have babies. That's that's why Daffy Duck didn't have any kids, you know. So I like their their their films about bugs and snails, in which Miss Rosalee need two picks, all of them, and they're amazing. But how in the world did you get interested in that stuff that seemed like such a strange interested in animal behavior in general? And then to Sandown. They have a television channel, and they have several other institution. I mean, the most known is the film festival where they like to work on experimental film making, and they contacted me, saying they wanted to create a series of short films. On the environmental subject. They knew it was a filmmaker and actress and I knew about biology and had a master's degree. And at first I said, Well, I don't know nothing comes to mind and then, like a flash in my head. They had a lot of program called Green Hat, You know, green transportation, green housing green. Whatever. And I said, Oh, Greenpoint, no. And that made a serious off 40 short terms that you know. And don't start with me saying Oh, if I were a fly, and then it transform myself into a flying, Of course I think being a model for many years I know how to do costumes, right? Of course. It's amazing the way that you can reproduce. How did snakes do it? It takes two. You know, they have a double Penis. Well, so glad you last. You want us to do the penises compete or do they work as a team? You know anything? Li? They only use one at the time. Gina says they're P nine caucuses caucuses..
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Gets created by doctor like that in the right canal delivered to their eggs to have babies. That's why Daffy Duck didn't have any kids. So on like their their films about bugs and snails, in which Miss Rosalee need two picks, all of them, and they're amazing. But how in the world did you get interested in that stuff that seemed like such a strain in animal behavior in general and then stand and they have a television channel. Well, and they have several other institution. I mean, the most known is the film festival, where they like to work on experimental film making, And they contacted me, saying they wanted to create a series of short films on the environmental subject as they knew it was a filmmaker and actress and I knew about biology and had a master's degree And I said, Well, I don't know nothing comes to mind and then, like a flash in my head They had a lot of program called Green, You know, green transportation, green housing green, whatever. And I said, Oh, green porno. And that made a series of 40 short terms. You know, in the shop with me saying, Oh, if I were a fly, and then it transform myself into a fly. Of course I think being a model for many years I know how to do costumes, right? Of course. It's amazing the way that you can reproduce. How did snakes do it? You know they have a double Penis. Well, so glad last you want Yuen penises compete or do they work as a team? You know just anything. Li. They only use one at a time. Gina says nine caucuses. Well, Isabella Rossellini, we could talk to you about That all day, but we do have sex and I just want to say, Isabella. This is for our audience here in Chicago. There is a little boy sitting right there, right where I can see him, which has made this whole conversation, so they're comfortable. Well, you either major. That's true. You either made things really difficult for him and his parents when they leave, or you say Give them a.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And Here's your host whose wife is still angry at him for dumping sand in the kitchen to make a quarantine beach, Peter Sagal. Thank you, Bill. So every year summer seems to be over a little quicker the days getting shorter long before you're ready to see it all go. Fortunately, we've now solved that problem by making every single day exactly like every other one forever. The good news is you could wear white long after Labor Day now because time has no meaning, But we're doing our best to enjoy what we are told, is summer and we're doing it the traditional way by lazing around and thinking about all the fun things we did back when we were at work. For example, we got to talkto actress and model Isabella Rossellini who went from international sex symbol to sex expert at least when it comes to ducks. Thank you know, I didn't want to talk to you before we get to your work a little bit about your parents. I don't know how many people know this. But your mother was Ingrid Bergman was perhaps the greatest movie star of her age, Casablanca and Gaslight and your father, Roberto Rossellini, Great Italian film director. And how old were you? When you realize that your family was not like other people's families. Well, you know, it took me a while. I didn't understand. You know, I think when your child your families, your family, so I remember that when I went to school a year faster. Many about seven or eight years old. I asked my student my mother helped him. Is he she like John Crawford issue statements? Jetta Garbo. I needed a kind of thermometer that other people could get made. Because for me, I couldn't gauge ofthe famous They were you decided to become an actor yourself. Was that something that you resisted? Because it was your family business or something You embraced. I get resisted for a long time because I thought that I couldn't be as good as my parents or that I was always going to be compared to them. So I first became a model. Then I'm in my thirties, I decided to move into acting, which was something that was over. I offered to me, but I was declined it, That's all Well and good modeling. Whatever acting fine. Let's talk about animal sex. OK, because this is what I'm interested in. You did. Let me rephrase that. That is an academic subject, which I find fascinating about very funny. In mid 2000 Fry I made I started making funny films about how Different Panama made and Richard used, But people have never seen these films they're called A green porno is the name of the series of films and they're not just lectures. You actually depict the animal. You have these costumes and the sets in which you'll do a piece about, say the mating habits. Of ducks and Isabella Rossellini are a duck. But I have to tell you the duck very special. We always think that cord shaper. Is what you need for the female to say yes or no but Doc seven different method. They evolved very labrie intake, vagina, a lot of ducks so jump on them and they will try to make love to them so they have evolved. Vagina with several canal they can control. So if they're penetrated by a doctor, you don't want to be the father of the baby. They send into a dead end. Get creative side that they like me in the right canal delivered to their eggs to have babies. That's why Daffy Duck didn't have any kids, you know, So I I like their their their films about bugs and snails, in which Miss Rosalee need two picks, all of them, and they're amazing. But how in the world did you get interested in that stuff that seemed like such a strange incident animal behavior in general and then stand down. They have a television channel, and they have several other institution. I mean, the most known is the film festival, where they like to work on experimental film making, And they contacted me, saying they wanted to create a series of short film on the environmental subject. They knew it was a filmmaker and actress. And I knew about biology and had a master's degree. And at first I said, Well, I don't know nothing comes to mind and then, like a flash in my head, they had a lot of program called Green, You know, green transportation, green housing green. Whatever. And I said, Oh, Greenpoint, no. And that made a series of 40 short terms. You know, in the shop with me saying, Oh, if I were a fly, and then I transform myself into a flying. Of course I think being a model for many years I know how to do comfort, right? Of course. It's amazing the way that you can reproduce. How did snakes do it? It takes two. You know, they have a double Penis. Well, so glad you asked. You want Yuen penises compete or do they work as a team? You know anything? We they only use one at the time Geniuses or P nine. Caucuses caucuses. Well, Isabella Rossellini. We could talk to you about that all day, but we do have sure we'd have sex. It's fascinating, and I just want to say, Isabella, this is for our audience here in Chicago. There is a little boy sitting right there, right where I can see which has.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KGO 810
"There that she's not the only one with sexual issues on Italian Dyer from Stranger Things is the young actress who plays Alice, and she's absolutely letter perfect. And unlike a lot of other raunchy teenage comedies, this never Goes or feels over the top These air generally decent kids, and there's nothing cartoonish about Yes, God, Yes, So if you're expecting American pie, this isn't it. It's kind of warm hearted, even gentle and kind of gently amusing on the kudos first featured by writer director Karen Main all around the job here. We have an interesting documentary that people might want to check out helmet Newton, the bad and the beautiful About one of the great photographers of the 20th century, made a name for himself by basically, you know. Shooting women and shooting women in various modes of power and sexuality. And among them Grace Jones in Charlotte Rampling, Isabella Rossellini, Claudia Schiffer, Marianne Faithfull. They're all on camera here talking about helmet Newton, who came from Nazi Germany into ah, the modern era as one of the true originals. In fashion photography directed by Gero von Bohm. That's about it in movie land, buddy. I love it. I love it. Gotta look at radioactive the rental Yes, God, yes and helmet. Newton gives me something to chew on for the weekend. I really want to get into the Madame Curie thing because she first of all for a woman to breakthrough in the world of science. Almost impossible, you know, and so challenging through the centuries, Really. There were massive breakthroughs made by women. And, of course, men take the credit or it's designed such that it's so difficult for women to break through that it's it's impossible. Virtually Anyway. Curie did this, and I think she died from handling a lot of these radioactive materials. But I'm gonna watch the movie and and enjoy it. So Michael Snyder love you for joining us the zoom. I'm not a fan. I think I want him on the phone next time because the echo thing creates a whole other issue, but love you spending time with us, and you can reach Michael on Twitter at Culture Blaster is also on YouTube and you can hear him here every Friday. Michael's not Ah! I hated the gym. Albert Zoom creates an echo, and it's Ah, I'm not good with whatever is reducing this thing has no idea what they're doing exactly. I'll pursue that further as we continue, we'll mop up. Social media Chris Meryl filling in for Pat That shall await you. But we'll tie up some loose ends.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted
"You're coming up on your fortieth year in the business. Yeah I am. It's crazy right. Eighty-three tune was eighty three. I met David. I graduated college in Eighty two. We shot doing eighty three releasing eighty four so Yeah hasn't been home. My God. That's crazy which gives us occasion to say when you look back at this. I know it's gone by sounds like quickly for. It has talked to us about some of your best experiences. Actor how man in the giant's hand worm that's pretty great from doing from Dune to more than anything it comes down to the relationships with the people that you work with flash on doing media. Espn Patrick Stewart. I C Everett McGill. I see Francesca Annis as he Jose Farrar Maxwell pseudo so you're now you know these are all names. People that I was Murugan was in the boat. I was in school. I went to see dos boat a two a year later. He's now playing my father and movie that I'm in. It's just like the mind bending to me you know through all of that is David Lynch guiding me believing in me that relationship and onward from there you know Laura Dern Luella Isabella Rossellini. I mean on and on and on through the places and the film experience and all that sort of softens and fades a little bit. But the people that I've worked with remains very current and present in my mind. I know you're a positive guy but I gotta ask you. What's been the most difficult experiences for you? Along the way there was a time. Kind of Post Dune two years before working on Blue Velvet. There was a lull. I you know I'm excited to go to work. I love finding the opportunities the distance I guess has been difficult being away from my wife being away from my family to be honest. I haven't had too many of those and my wife bless her heart. She understands what I do and she's a team player but she definitely supports me and you know he's willing to adjust to make it work. She understands what I do and me for her as well. So you've also had a chance to work with so many amazing directors you mentioned Paul Verhoeven and obviously Oliver Stone. David Lynch all of whom are very very different in terms of technique. And I'll yeah one. What have you learned from? Let's start with David Lynch. What do you feel like you learned as an actor from David Lynch? Oh He's not afraid of silence and his rhythms are different in this last. Go around with twin peaks. He allowed a lot of time for me to explore the character and do what I needed to do particularly Dougie I always felt supported by David and completely protected. You know so. He was always watching and he could tell if there was something that wasn't quite within the character he would just come up and say you know nudge them back a little bit over here over there. He has a tremendous joy in the creative process and he expresses out. He infuses the set with that. The creative process for him is the thing you feel that and with that joy and that excitement and that humor the actors can do their best work. I can't say enough great things about David and he's ordinary and you mentioned with Oliver Stone. It was your decision to stay out of you on that one. You don't WanNa get into Oliver's line of sight at least at the time he must be intense intense. We just never know when Oliver. We're going to get sometimes. He's a cuddly soft teddy bear sometimes. He's not so I. Just let valve take the lead on that and me and Frank. Whaley and Kevin Dillon who are in the band. I think we just we go to the side and to hide but Oliver Oliver. Being Oliver even Paul was technician. And the sort of the same thing. It's like you come prepared you do your work. He doesn't like any sort of fussing. Around on the set there was one time. I think he was starting to get angry at me. He thought I was sort of messing around which I wasn't but I got into his line of sight and so if I could see the craziness kind of come in and I just again. I sort of tried to defuse that a little bit craziness the set. It's not how I worked the best right. But he was a gem. I really like Paul Pam Private. Oh Pam Gosh. She's terrific Pam is one of the most supportive people I've worked with. She is intuitive. She is proactive. She will come in with a word or a phrase just a thought that's all and she has joy in her in the creative process and a belief and support for people for our actor. She's so competent and capable. And you feel that you just feel like there's nothing that can stop you and you work with Pam when you think about what you get out of acting today and where you were when you started farm a completely different person when started. I had no idea what I was doing. Really I mean even in school. I had no idea what I was doing You look at Dune. I watched it on my that. Guy's not a clue but over the years working with extraordinary actors and directors and other people in a business. You know I've listened to and influenced me and I've watched you learn and I think I continue to grow. I still love getting a character. I love taking the character apart. I love looking at all the different pieces of reassembling them you know. I love working with a director on the Nuance. I can't get enough nuance. You know what I mean. Because that's where you really learn who that person is and hopefully the audience also identifies with that. I mean I think that's it's between the lines where the characters were to live. You know twenty.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Comfortable well you either you either made things really difficult for him in his parents lately or you save them a conversation so I it's time to have the talk about the snake and the snake when they love each other very much in a helping well Isabella Rossellini we go to lie to the talk to you but we've asked you here to play a game we're calling make a run for the border your name is Isabel us we're gonna ask you three questions about Taco Bell answer three questions about the popular fast food franchise Taco Bell get to ride you win a prize one of our listeners bill who is Isabella Rossellini playing for Charlie LV of Evansville Indiana so here's your first question people who love Taco Bell truly love Taco Bell as proved by which of these real life cases Hey in twenty sixteen a Florida man woke up from a seven week coma and the first words he said were quote I want Taco Bell be a woman and her self permanently Arends trying to create the bright orange powder from Doritos tacos logos or see a woman in Florida named her three children crime trap crunch rap supreme and an extra crunch rap supreme well now you know the the favorite as mon the Coleman you're right.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In you did let me rephrase that that is an academic subject which I find fascinating in the other in the mid two thousand made I started making funny film about how different animals mate and we could use but as people have never seen these films they're called a green **** is the name that series of films and they're not just lectures you actually depict the animal you read these costumes and the sets in which you'll do a piece about say the mating habits of ducks in new Isabella Rossellini are at doc I have to try to do that very special we always think that old shape but is what you need for the female to say yes or no but I have a different method they involve the very left to retake it the giant out a lot of talk to dump on them and they will try to make love to them so they have the balls to admit China with several canal taking control so if you have any created by a doctor you don't want to be the father of the babies descended to a dead end right I cannot believe it to their babies that's what got me that didn't have any kids I know so like there's different there are films about bugs and snails in which ms Rosellini depicts all of them and they're amazing but how in the world did you get interested in that stuff that seems like a pretty normal behavior in general and understand that they have a television channel and they have several other teaching should I mean the most known as the film festivals yeah would be like to work on experimental filmmaking and contacted me saying they wanted to create a series of short film on the environmental fob to continue on with the filmmaker and actress and not a U. about biology and I have a master's degree and I said well I don't know nothing comes to mind in the end like a fresh in my head they had a lot of program called the green you know green transportation and green housing and green that whatever and I said green eyes the short films that you know and shop with me say if I were a minute cripple myself into a flight of course having been a model for many years I know how to do cost you anything the way that you could reproduce hottest next to it they have a double **** well the last you will you will this is complete or do they work as a team I thank me they only use one at the time this is a caucuses sockets well we can talk to you about that all day we do have we do and I just want to say Isabella this is for our audience here in Chicago there is a little boy sitting right there right where I can see comfortable well you either you either made things really difficult for him in his parents lately or you save them.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm bill Curtis and I'm Peter Sagal it was a historical week when the nation finally finds out what happens when the Senate takes up its most solemn duty is out the world's greatest deliberative body is looking a little flabby will read our questions about it ourselves plus the legendary Isabella Rossellini joins us to talk about how much simpler it would be if we were animals and it's the time of year when bill Curtis gets on the Celtic about his football career I can't because Sunday you will be sick of hearing about the last what really is trying our patients already on our quiz coming up right after this hour's news live from NPR news in Washington on Barbara Klein officials in Beijing say nearly twelve thousand people are infected with a new corona virus the vast majority of them in China seven cases are now reported in the US and as NPR's Richard Harris reports the federal government has declared a health emergency as part of the health emergency the US government has for the first time in fifty years decided to impose a quarantine healthy US citizens and permanent residents returning to the United States from bay province will be isolated for fourteen days which is apparently the maximum incubation time for the corona virus also effective Sunday American to travel from elsewhere in China will get a health check when they return and they will be asked to sequester themselves for the fourteen day period most non citizens who have recently been in China will not be allowed into the United States at all health officials say the current risk to the American public remains quite low and they're hoping to keep it that way with these new measures Richard Harris NPR news Iraq has named a new prime minister amid growing instability and opposition over corruption is NPR's Jana RAF reports the former cabinet minister faces the tough job of bringing the country out of a political and security crisis my husband allow E. was a minister of communications in two previous governments he was appointed by Iraq's president after political parties have been deadlocked for weeks agreed on his nomination allowing his sixty six takes over from a caretaker prime minister who resigned after months of anti government protests allowing told protesters to continue their demands and corruption and said he'll resign if he isn't allowed to choose a proper cabinet his nomination was accepted by Shia cleric Muqtada sadr whose followers form one of the biggest blocks in parliament hello we will have to oversee planning for new elections and navigator racks relationship with the US which is been strained over the U. S. conflict with Iran chain around NPR news Cairo Venezuelan opposition leader Huang Y. del is due to make his first public appearance in the US this our part of the trip aimed at shoring up international support for his claim that he not Nicolas Maduro is Venezuela's legitimate leader cave on Antonio Heydari is in Miami why do is set to give a rally in Miami where he will address the largest community of that as well next patch in the United States he defied a travel ban by the Maduro government to exit Venezuela and tour Europe and North America he met world leaders in Davos Brussels Paris London and mother eight where he also delivered a speech then he met with prime minister Justin Trudeau in Canada one of more than fifty nations that recognize quite as president after the Miami rally quite a will attempt to re enter Venezuela for NPR news came on Antonio hidari in Miami this is NPR from KQED news I'm Michelle Wiley if you've eaten at mission Chinese are a handful of restaurants across the bay area you may have noticed a surcharge which the restaurant tacked on to make their meals carbon friendly here to tell us about it is Maddie Oatman she's an editor with Mother Jones Matty how many restaurants are we talking about and how much is this charge so the restore California program I believe is working with twenty to thirty restaurants around California and it's one percent so a diner can elect to pay one percent extra on their bill to help make the food more carbon neutral and this money is going to use to help promote carbon farming what is that sure so carbon farming is a series of practices that farmers can put into place that includes things like planting cover crops and reducing the amount of fertilizer and by making the soil healthier that actually increases the soiled ability to suck up carbon dioxide potentially reversing climate change and how does this one percent surcharge plan as a giving money to those farmers so they can help pay for those things you're talking about yeah and this is rolled out in a few restaurants in the city what's been reaction from diners well Anthony man who's the co founder of mission Chinese food has had a fee similar to their store California fee and he actually had voluntary fee at three percent and he said he's only seen one person elect to not pay that extra three percent I talked to a different shafts acts a restaurant called great gold and they're getting enough questions that felt a little bit negative that they opted to remove the charge but they decided just to raise all of their prices by one percent and so that's just how they are contributing in a slightly different way that's mighty open an editor at Mother Jones will treat out a.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on The Film Vault
"These are things that happened in when we get to see them in todd salons lit up world because he lights is sets like it's a sitcom to which kind of makes it even more awkward but I also autozone. I think he might have been called hoping this joy close very close. Yeah that's where my brain makes a confusion but the very end scene. I believe it's the last thing we see is the dog slurping the semen. It was just too much for me like I didn't need that the movie so well crafted with the uncomfortable and awkward construct. I didn't need a dog licking semen. I it just dumped it way to fuck down right there at the end and I know morphine number one for me. I kind of gave in <hes> there is there are crimes happen here but no one's being killed like <hes> in some of my <hes> former picks but as far as deviant behavior there's there's no getting around Frank Booze now and the number one. He could have been a on on many lists but I put them number one here because I think he's a lot of things but frank booth from blue velvet is well. I'll just let him talk. Here's him having having his way with his with his lady friend being the nitrous Isabella Rossellini and since they're on the chair. Dan Wants to look at me mm-hmm but she likes to so she's also she's implicated as this goes on this quite a bit of this. He's he's the deviant but she's yeah I thought number on the ships Greg and he wants to be called. Maybe it's almost like he wants to go back in you know he wants to be more. I think he wants to get out of this world and back up inside the hoste fandango movie clip Frank Booth <hes> he's just one of those characters as he can be on so many different lists that we've done. I if I better <hes> better organized I tell you I removed ah every every list that he's been on. He's been on a few. I'll bet but yeah so that's my number. One breakfast kind of was indulgent there but I'm sure it's tough five speaking of wish we hear those five all right yeah so thanks so once again to Chad Yuki. I think we're going on close to fifteen weeks now. He's been helping us out here. Don't like US number five for the listeners is Dennis Hopper as Frank bolting frame both Blue Blue Velvet. I don't not familiar without the catch up. David Dad D. Mato temperature this be on your list David Di Amato as himself in tickled. is He really into that. He's doing this people now. He's in okay. He's in no no get into a documentary. Listen number three Peter Greene said and Stephen Hibbert as the IRS Stephon Stephan and pulp fiction twain whittaker or as Maynard really needs to be up there is he's involved in the kidnapping and raping. We don't do this often but a bit of a Lifetime Achievement Award here for James spader multiple movies China Mr Gray and Secretary Graham in sex lies and videotape shape altron altron James Ballard and crash as well as multiple lifetime achievement <hes> votes number one is this is a good one going Chris Bauer as machine in eight millimeter machine. That's right machine in eight. Millimeter is a sexual deviant. He is the <hes> The gamp essentially the realize the fleshed out the game set free in the wild listen to also Rans Johnsboro big lebowski buffalo bills limbs the hillbillies and deliverance all good choices the doctor and the evil government dude in Serbian film and <hes> Toronto and groupers which is just unfair. I don't think the people that awesome to that yeah seeing the film yet to make disparaging a vote cast that disparaging vote also runs for Uber Buck from Kill Bill..
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"You know very very self aware again. He's when he has apparently if with Harry Dean Stanton said after Lynch offered it to him he apparently didn't want to go down the violent trip in violent strip. Yes exactly yeah so you just not that guy obviously and apparently also will foam caved in to discuss the role as well which I think if anybody else had to be frank booth Willem dafoe would be a good one. Yes Willem Defoe would be a good one. He brings a lot of that crazy the energy that would be a lot of that crazy energy he has that sort of creepy nece creepy nece but also dangerous Docs handsomeness that Dennis Hopper has yeah but I still think I just think that everything was aligned perfectly for hopper at the time especially you know I think that this was the perfect role for him to to get back his career to start getting back getting roles again because everybody from apocalypse apocalypse now who then became a drunk yes and so I think there was already some preconceived notions about him that worked to his favor and I think hopper does a better job of the the range. I think hoppers range is a little more pure Williamson's range like if Willem Defoe were to cry when he's baby instead of Daddy. I feel like it would look like Willem. Defoe crying grown up crying right it wasn't it would be the character it would be the actor or even or even in just the character like it's the crazy adult crying where I feel like when hopper does it. He's really regressing okay. He's he's regressing to those emotional state yeah. I think he's a little more versatile than of eating as more range I think so I think so and I think when when was dafoe Jesus I have no idea a couple years later. I think wasn't it <hes> I guess. I don't know what I'm taking the price. Oh Oh okay. I never seen that movie either so okay so I think it was you know I don't know I just think that I think hopper was still a better choice but defoe would've done okay movie but he would've done okay. I think that's a fair argument. I think that is because <hes> I think Willem Dafoe can be great. You know he played good characters. He's played bad characters. I mean you here. He was in <hes> you know and <hes> Oh was it <hes> oh that I'm trying to remember the the the Pixar movie he was in <hes> She. What am I remember trying to remember when when they often find it yeah finding Nemo Yeah he played? I completely forgot about a memo is he's the guy that does the they go through the whole <hes> and you know that kind of like they're in the tank in the dentist. Office is one of the fish he's like the leader of the group and you know they do go the whole big you know the the Sh Shark Bait you know who <hes> the Wanaka Lougee that read that got all about that that's Willem Defoe in the in the always done stuff like that but he's also done like you know Harry or Norman Osborn the Green Goblin and spider man in all kinds of other you know doc saints sayings in the wild at heart so so he's obviously very versatile actor but I can kind of see where you're coming from exactly I I just listening. Hopper is so harbor so in you know history is is is twenty. Twenty hindsight is twenty twenty. We know that this is the best. This movie is what it is in its perfect in its itself. It would have been completely different but I think hopper was just hamper added a crazy. That was a little more versatile crazy this role I definitely think so. If the same way I I think Kyle mclachlan the role he was born to play is day is del Cobre. It's his genitive rule that is his absolute definitive role and hopper. I wouldn't necessarily call his his definitive role but it's it's a fair. It's a top five yeah. It's definitely a top five. I think it would be between this and <hes> like apocalypse now and easy rider easy writer. Yeah I think probably most people would say easy rider. <hes> where the I think this is definitely up there as maybe top three yes for sure <hes> Isabella Rossellini meanwhile which and I brought up wait nights before bring it up again <hes> white nights which was released in Nineteen eighty-five was a <hes> Taylor ackford film about the Cold War essentially <hes> where Mikhail Baryshnikov was a defector a Russian defector and crash lands into Russia and then his sort of kept their and runs back into in gets thrown back in with his old girlfriend who is Helen Mirren who by the way when I was when I was a child I had seen her in two movies. I had seen her white. I had seen her in two thousand ten right. So when I found out that she wasn't actually Russian I was really surprised I thought she was just she played a Russian cosmonaut in two thousand ten great so those are the things I've seen her in in the night. I forget what the next thing I saw was <hes> but I was like whoa she's British. I know it <hes> the yeah. Helen Mirren is who David Lynch wanted for Dorothy valance and I think that would have been fantastic because I don't know if I've told you this Charles yes Helen Mirren's my favorite actress of all time Oh yeah I can respect that because I really like Helen. Mirren Sharon is freaking amazing thing for <hes> and so as much because I think she would have been fantastic. I think Isabella is a little darker and little more striking. She's more thinks she's better for David Lynch film. She's got an edge to her and by this point Helen Mirren. There's something about the Isabella Rossellini clean slate. It was her as a performer because Helen Mirren we'd seen her since the early seventies you know and Helen Mirren She's not she. Wasn't you know she I'm not seeing Helen. Mirren was old. She was older so I get the feeling that a character like this character as Helen Mirren. I might believe that as a lounge singer she might I've seen more shit than Isabella. Rossellini seen whereas I feel like Isabella Rossellini. Her character seems like she is doing what she can to hold herself together but there's vulnerability to her that I don't know that I would have believed as much of the Helen Mirren Not that believed as much but I think it's I think it's more well done with somebody as fresh-faced faced as Isabella Rosalie was at the time. I think there's that kind of <hes> with Isabelle at least in this movie dorothy needs to be a little emotionally unstable a little bit and while obviously Helen Mirren's capable of playing that I think it's much more believable from Isabella Rossellini. I think so too I think she because we we have no expectations of her. At this point you know and she's she such a striking person and like you said she looks like her mother who we've seen play crazy. She's an exotic beauty. Yeah we've seen we've seen Ingrid Bergman play well not a crazy but someone that is being made to become crazy when you think of <hes> like notorious or gaslight something like that. There's that vulnerability of her and she's yeah she's able to get out of it but there is that vulnerability that I feel Helen Mirren's a little too strong for and as much as I love her and I will do. I'll watch anything with Helen Mirren. You know she's she's amazing but I just think that this is definitely a better choice. I totally agree <hes> we get the story that apparently she was cast purely by choice by chance excuse me <hes> she was working or not working but she was at a place called. Oh No actually she was at apparently dino dealer Rentis. I think this was Raphael. Dealer Rantissi's ex husband right <hes> <hes> he was there <hes> and earn his he had a restaurant name Allo Allo New York and she was there with some girlfriends and Raphael's ex-husband. That's it and they pushed her tables together because which allowed row Isabella to talk to David Lynch right I think they just ran into each other at dinner and they were with David Lynch was with somebody that knew one of the people that Isabel it was with and so they were like Oh hey nice to see you here and they got to talking and that's how it happened. Apparently we're talking about Lynch Casting Blue Velvet and then apparently he sent her the script the next day with a note that said maybe you'd like to read for the part and she she just she she was blown away by the script and so obviously he had her eye on her at that point after talking with her and then she went and asked Marty Scorsese Marty. That's what she I do <hes> Martin her who was her husband from nineteen seventy nine to nineteen eighty two or married briefly in the eighties exactly everybody was married to everybody at some point in this <hes> in Hollywood land <hes> asked him about Lynch hinch and then he told her to go see eraserhead because he admired Lynch as director Martin Scorsese Film Nerd Scorsese's seal of approval as say your gold that you just do it yeah so I thought that was interesting so apparently yeah just one of the things is like hey do you go like to the rest hip restaurant that all the Hollywood types Goto and <hes> such as again again. It's who you know or at least or hang out or or where to hang out at the so you can have and let the stars align as they do yup <hes> so I thought that was interesting <hes> some other things about the booklet some interesting things I think were McLaughlin talk about being intimidated about getting undressed in front of Isabella Rossellini the whole scene of pretending to hit her which obviously wasn't his thing and I you know I love Kyle for that that he's he talks about how incredibly uncomfortable that can actually be right so should be for for decent humans right exactly you thought you would hope anyway <hes> we talked about the <hes> the spectators watching the nude scene so we don't need to go into that apparently after the first time the film was screened Dino Dealer N._S.. Said no one would want to distribute the film so he's like AAH screw it. I'm going to form my own district distribution company and do it myself. Hey guys you know sometimes when you want it done right. You GotTa do it yourself. This was after apparently he financed the movie brought in for Caruso got the budget down from ten million to four million and this is where I talked about that <hes> the deal was made that if Lynch made the movie for less money Dino wouldn't tell them what to do. David like the idea but Fred didn't even understand the script yeah. That's the thing and it's this is a strange story story and it's not what you think of you know up until now like I said weird movies took place in big cities not not in small towns so it's a it's a different one and they said that <hes> the preview screenings for the film went badly league with walked people walking out and bad comment cards dino however decided <hes> they're crazy and he refused to cut a single frame so that's to his credit dino. Dina's Dina's has been around and Dino knows that Dino knows what's right in movies talk about another film Nerd is Dino for sure right and obviously yeah so if this had been in the hands of any other producer you probably wouldn't have gotten that film and it probably wouldn't be the classic that it is right exactly and then of course they talk about Roger Ebert Hating the film evil and accusing Lynch of Misogyny.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
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"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KPCC
"Do you have a fill like, she steals? The limelight from you. Oh, yes. She does definitely everybody. They want to eat her at the robotic comes retreats. No, more flowers. So you recently started raising chickens, I read your Long Island farm, and you even wrote a book about it. Do you? Learn from hanging out with your chicken slow trying to bring back instead of the industrial chicken heritage. They are healthier animals. They are able to raise their baby naturally twenty think it's important not only to conserve for nostalgia the past because it's very important to keep the bio diversity how people react when they hit Isabella Rossellini movie star model mused Martin Scorsese, David Lynch has written a book about chicken farming and touring around the country with a dog in a circus. I mean, it's also different Isabela. So I want to know a little more about how your latest activities are being perceived. Sometimes I see the people might have just known me as a as a model. And so they do you know where a lot of makeup, and I only talk about facial. And so when they say, well farmer, I expect that, but I just do what is interesting to me and many things that are interesting to me from cosmetics to animals. That was framed contributor khloe Veldman chatting with Isabella Rossellini at the California academy of sciences in San Francisco Rossellini show.
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Isabella rossellini. Yes, the Isabella Rossellini is doing a circus show in San Francisco with her dog people might have just known me as a model. And so they mentioned that Dino I wear a lot of makeup, and I only talk about facial. But I just do what is interesting to me from cosmetics to animals, I'm Brian watt link link circus today on morning edition ahead at six twenty two and eight twenty two. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. And I'm Steve Inskeep. In Washington DC. Good morning. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen is deciding how much he wants to say in public. He is scheduled to take questions before a house committee next month, the lawyers lawyer Lanny Davis tells MSNBC Cohen is feeling some pressure. He's considering whether to go forward in light of the concerns about his family. My guess is that he won't let a bully. Silence him. But I can tell you that he is still considering whether to do this or not as it is Cohen has said plenty he confirmed yesterday that he paid a company to try to rig online polls in favor of his client. Donald Trump Cohen said he did so at Trump's direction and BuzzFeed reports Cohen has said one thing more to federal investigators Cohen is admitted lying to congress about President Trump's business dealings with Russia. And according to BuzzFeed Cohen asserts that he lied at the president's direction. Adam shift ahead of a house committee examining Russia. Described that as a crime saying the president, quote may have suborned perjury. We're gonna talk about all this with Clint watts. He's a former FBI special agent who now researches cybersecurity and intelligent morning, sir. Good morning. Is it important that Cohen tell historian public? I don't know that it is. I think the most important investigative part of this is probably already happened with special counsel Muller's investigation, and what I worry about both these hearings at at the house in this public debate that we are, you know, the cable news night is that it actually undermines people's understanding of what actually will come out. I think eventually from special counsel monitor. Oh, because there are different lines of questioning there might be different versions of the truth in it becomes hard to keep straight. What we actually know. That's exactly right. How would we be able to sort that out? Because ultimately, they'll probably only be one reporting rows from the Muller results. And so if you're listening to this over time, it can become very confusing to try and understand. Well, let's take it face value. This BuzzFeed report Cohen telling investigators, Donald Trump told me to lie. The president of the United States told me to lie that is certainly consistent with everything that Cohen has said in public that he was always acting. The president's direction. How significant is that allegation? I think it's a significant because now it involves one branch of government, essentially, undermining another branch of government. This is different from everything we saw up in in terms of Russian collusion, then election interference in terms of extraction. This is a very current sort of thing that just happened recently. So I think it could put the president very dangerous position bay change, some people's view in congress of how to handle this maybe with impeach this is, you know, helping someone or encouraging someone to lie to try and devoid the truth with regards to congress that could change people's opinion. Oh, because it was testimony before congress that Cohen allegedly says was was compromised here that makes it more significant to you. I think it does. Because ultimately impeachment is a decision that comes out of congress. And so, you know, up to this point we've talked about as if a special counsel produces results, and then maybe they turned that over to congress to pursue impeachment. While now, this could just really be all in congress, his hands in many ways, this would be a wide. It was essentially issued to congress. You know, almost sets aside the special counsel investigation. I want to know to a couple of things that have been said by Rudy Giuliani. The president's lawyer as regards to Michael Cohen's latest alleged charges Giuliani, simply notes that Cohen is a liar. And he is admitted liar that is certainly true Giuliani. Also made a statement the other day to CNN's Chris Cuomo about the president's collusion alleged collusion with Russia. The president has always denied collusion, but Guiliani puts in qualifications on that. Let's listen, I never said there was no collusion between the campaign or between people in the campaign. I have not I said the president United States. There is not a single bit of evidence. And the president is committed the crime, you could you here conspired with the Russians to hack the DNC. Okay. I never said there was no collusion. So no longer denying that somebody on the campaign was talking with though the Russians. Yes, it seems like a slow pivot. Meaning that there was one version of this story from Rudy Giuliani before. And it suddenly changing or being qualified where you're not really sure what he's saying. And this has been part of the public trial essentially that Giuliani has been waging against. The special counsel investigation. So I think what's concerning is he either doesn't know or he does know. And he's concerned that the results of the special counsel investigation will continue to come out, and it will really change the American perception of what was going on the Trump campaign. So we hear Giuliani the lawyers anxiety and the changing story there. Mr watts. Thanks very much. Really? Appreciate it. Thank you. Former FBI special agent. Clint watts research to cyber security at the foreign researchers cybersecurity at the foreign policy research institute. Big crowds are going to be marching through Washington DC this weekend. And a major focus is going to be on abortion and reproductive rights. The anti abortion rights March for life kicks off its annual rally today, followed by a March to the supreme court and tomorrow progressive women from around the country and their allies will gather for the women's March was which was first organized in two thousand seventeen in response to President Trump's election and fair ceremony cannon covers the abortion debate. And it's going to be at both marches us in our studios this morning, Sarah, you give mornings. So I think I mean on all sides of debates like abortion, people would say, there is always a lot at stake is that especially so this year in two thousand nineteen it really feels that way. I mean, remember it was just not even a year ago. Right. That Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement last summer and that set up a huge debate over these issues. He had been the swing vote on the supreme court for a lot of issues, including reproductive rights. And now abortion rights opponents are feeling more hopeful than they have in a long time that they could see. Rover says Wade overturned or weekend that of course is the nineteen Seventy-three decision that legalized abortion nationwide at this March the March for life in opposition to abortion has been happening almost since that time, but organizers and activists are hopeful as they had into this year's March. So as as we look at the March for life happening where we're gonna see more optimism and more more of a sense of of hope and mission the twenty thousand nine could be different for them. Is that fair to say for sure they're cautiously optimistic though, I would say not necessarily expecting road to be overturned wholesale. But they do see a big opportunity to advance state laws restricting abortion more deeply than they've been able to in the past. Here's Tom mcklusky of March for life. If you were to ask me during the two thousand sixteen campaign, the President Trump would be the one that would help in putting in these pro life policies. I probably would have thought you're crazy, but it's certainly a much different scenario now. With both Neal Gorsuch and Brett Cavanaugh on the bench. And we hear this a lot from anti rights activists. They're happy with what President Trump is doing his efforts to restrict public funding organizations like Planned Parenthood and his appointees to the judiciary. Well on the flip side of this. How much anxiety? Are we going to be sensing from abortion rights activists in this moment? Right. They're concerned. They say they're also energized. I would expect to hear about this tomorrow at the women's March Planned Parenthood is one of the partners sponsors for that March. I spoke recently with Dr Lena win who's new president of Planned Parenthood. And here's what she said. This is a time where everything is on the line with Brett on on the supreme court. We are facing a situation aware within the next year. Rovers assuage could very well be further eroded or overturned, and so abortion rights activists are organizing at the state level around these issues trying. To firm up support for abortion rights in state houses. And they're pointing to the fact that a lot of New Democrats were just elected to state houses. And of course, to congress, many of them women and others who campaigned on issues, including reproductive rights. So they see that as a good sign. You mentioned organizing at the state level. I mean these marches are going to be in Washington. But but as we've learned from your reporting, it's really important to follow cases working their way through through states. Not just this court for sure this battle will play out in the courts, but also in state houses around the country if Roe is weekend. The state legislatures will become even more important in terms of regulating abortion NPR, Sarah, Sarah, thanks a lot. Thank you. And you can hear more of her reporting later today on all things considered. You can listen to that program and airs by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your local member station by name. We're also following some news in Latin America, a new group of Honduran migrants is traveling north through Guatemala. They're encountering crowded shelters and strained resources and residents who have not been as generous as they were with an earlier. Caravan on its way to the US Mexico border Maria Martin has this report..
"isabella rossellini" Discussed on KCRW
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