17 Burst results for "Samuel Beckett"

"samuel beckett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to live from here here on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC again ball comicon days coming up at eight o'clock tonight we could see some rain we could see some snow tonight will of temperatures in the low thirties wind chills somewhere in the twenties this is W. in my C. it's seven oh six welcome back to listening to live from here from the Kauffman center for the performing arts in Kansas city Missouri welcome back welcome I worked on the lyrics for this week's song a phrase from a nineteen eighty three story by Samuel Beckett call the worst word kept invading my mind goes like this ever tried ever felt no matter try again fail again felt better three Q. what ever twenty so that in nineteen do the right thing for the happy new year round.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Don't you like how he threw a bus that in at the end like you says enough in two languages, of course, it didn't matter. How many times he said enough Brexit is still hopelessly unresolved? That's it hopeless hopeless pundit pug, a Tory. That's what Brexit fills like which reminded me of something else that conveys the feeling of this messy on again off again, geopolitical divorce. Let's go we can't why not waiting for Godot waiting for Godo Samuel Beckett. Wrote this play in French and translated it into English more than a half century before anyone after the would Brexit. It's two characters unable to make any decision whatsoever. Because they feel the need to wait for the arrival of someone else a savior Cole. Good. Oh who spoiler alert never arrives hopeless PUM pug, a Tory. We do what we do. There's nothing we can do. But I can't go on like this. Would you like radish is that all there is there are radishes and turnips? Okay. It's bleak are there. No carrots, but its aunt. No. Anyway, you overdo it with your carries, which for me makes it less Blake and give me a radish. Plus it was written by an Irishman in French. It's black. Maybe it is about Brexit. It's a radical only like the pink ones, you know, that then you don't want it only like the pink one. Then give it back to me. I'll go and get a carrot for the world. I'm Patrick Cox. This is becoming really insignificant not enough. Samuel beckett. A playwright way ahead of his time. That is our show for today. The world's theme music was composed by Eric Goldberg from an and Bill Harris studios at W H here in Boston. I'm Marco werman, take a deep breath and enjoy your weekend. Our public radio international..

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Don't you like how he threw a boss in at the end. Like, he says enough in two languages, of course, it didn't matter. How many times he said enough Brexit is still hopelessly unresolved? That's it hopeless hopeless punishment purgatory. That's what breaks it feels like which reminded me of something else that conveys the feeling of this messy on again off again, geopolitical divorce. Let's go we can't why not waiting for. Waiting for Godo Samuel Beckett wrote this play in French and translated into English more than a half century before anyone after the word Brexit. It's two characters are unable to make any decision whatsoever. Because they feel the need to wait for the arrival of someone else a savior, call Godot who spoiler alert never arrives hopeless, permanent purgatory. What do we do? What will we do? There's nothing we can do. But I can't go on like this. Would you like radish is that all there is there radishes and turnips? Okay. It's bleak are there. No carrots. It's art. No. Anyway, you overdo it with your carries, which for me makes it less bleak thinking me a radish. Plus it was written by an Irishman in French black. Maybe it is about Brexit. It's a radical only like the pink ones, you know, that then you don't want it only like the pink one then give it back to me. I'll go and get a carrot for the world. I'm Patrick Cox. This is becoming really insignificant not enough Samuel Beckett. A playwright way ahead of his time..

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"I found it too much in a way that I'd like to replace the parts of my brain that remember that short scene that's guy with talent that can make you do that. Look, I'd seen that before hereditary, right? One of our fans suggests that we watch it. I watched it. I found it holy disturbing, but I thought it was very well done, and it made sense to me this. I watched some of his other short films and he's got some short films where it's just weird shit with no fucking point. So weird shit with no point to me. Look absurdist as absurdist, but there's gotta be some kind of there's for me. There's gotta be some kind of spine. There's gotta be something weighing it down, you know, even in some of the crazier Samuel Beckett plays, you can see the metaphor. Yes. You can see the metaphor and as as crazy as what's happening on stage, it seem seems to be, you can see there's an interpretation. There's something there to take away from it. I didn't feel this had that. I felt like this is like when you watch a comedy movie that thinks comedy is just saying stuff that's bizarre, right? And. I, I was invested for the first half, and then as it went, I thought it was a, I didn't think it was that great of a reveal like like that the I thought it was kind of cool reveal that like you found her friend was sort of in on this ploy to resurrect this demon. But I mean the lady, yeah, but I was like, okay, if that has a great performance, I was she, she's great and everything. The guy's name is REI Astra. By the way, I feel like sometimes we should check these people out better. But I just didn't understand. I'm like, so wait. She was working with the grandmother, but now she's working against the mother. Why wouldn't she try to work with the mother because the mother thinks she's on her side. So why wouldn't she try to pull the mother all the way over to the ducks. It's just that those kind of things bother me man. Like, I'm just like, I'm sorry, you have to fuck and follow your own rule book. I'll say this demons are unpredictable, always have been, but. To to me, and especially as I get older. Which I think most people would go the other way, but and maybe it's my love of weed, but I like a movie that does its own thing. Even at the expense of plot. This movie I knew was pissing people off because of the amount of talking in the theater at some point forty year old man grabbed a fourteen year old girls arm and screamed shut the fuck up at her, which made me feel a lot better about my bad Santa two incident that I talked about on the spot cast. But she goes, don't you fucking touch me in the whole theater turns around and this guy kept her arm and was like, no, you're ruining the movie, shut the fuck up. And I will say, I don't know what caused it, but people are talking throughout entire movies now and it doesn't matter what they are and it's driving me fucking insane. Yeah. And I want that the Admiral experience, but at what cost, I find myself more and more saying. Got an is TV. I'll wait. So I don't listen to people yams. It's listen. We don't live in a society anymore..

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Bugle

"Reproduce? Can they. One of the problems are Scandinavians tolling birthright in Scandinavia's. Women are happy. It could be more. The men are firing blanks, and they need some Irish men to reverse invade the situation. We're not much to look at all Irish man, but we're up -solutely swimming with you. We are. We are some Jisr heavy men. Science, at least that Samuel Beckett. Well, you're doing in the bucks just seeking. Just got their own little long boats and they're trying to get back. Back over there really right yard. You can make some dirty, which is. Really force knit dirty. It was nothing dirty thought fjords are very navigable. Or were you telling that the monks? Because although they could not, they see, that's the thing that laws of people don't understand is where. They were celebrate. They sell obscene not chastity. Celibacy is you get married. Jesse is you kind of have sex. All of the monks were in fact, very lusty individuals. Day you bring facts here. That was true. I don't think I've ever said a true thing. Fitting in very well on this show under. So. The a huge impact on the country. The extent of the impact of the World Cup run on this country is that a number of British supermarkets have said they will close early on Sunday if England reaches the final and that that was everything in perspective because we do not stop shopping for king anything these days. I mean, all supermarkets would not shot for the apocalypse, frankly, they will be tomato hanging on after the rest of the planet. At ended the four horsemen tap that watches ostentatiously through the window on the stole managed to try to put them off by saying, we've got two for one deal on bags of carrots and sugar. Plums. Maybe a horse would like that you lose here is an important announcement. It seems that none of us know how to brush your teeth probably, but don't panic. Quit is here to save your teeth. Quip is electric toothbrush..

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

New York Times - The Book Review

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review

"Of quotes from the forward which is actually fantastic it's by susan santana and she really loves the book and she situates i think really well in its tradition and describes a lot of what i like about it she says the novel belongs in that tradition of narrative buffoonery the talkative first person voice attempting to ingratiate itself with readers which runs from tristram shandy through in our own century and then she mentioned some books that i also love like slavos confessions of zeno and rob to loud solitude and even samuel beckett she mentions and then on the next page she says this which i think also really gets it what's great about the book she says just as the narrator solitariness is a parody of chosen or an emblem attic solitude his release through south understanding is for all its self confidence and wit a parody of that sort of triumph the seduction of such a narrative are complex the narrator to be worrying about the reader whether the reader gets it meanwhile the reader can be wondering about the narrator whether the narrator understands all the implications of what is being told a sensibly this is the book of a life yet despite the narrators gift for social and psychological portraiture it remains a tour of the inside of someone's head so i had actually been meaning to read this book i bought it about a decade ago i forget why always forget but someone had mentioned it in an interview or something being a very funny classic and so it's been on my shelf and then when parl reviewed the recent collection of stories that inspire me to pick it up and i'm really glad that she did so in parle's debt as i often am ramon what are you reading i just finished reading the great believers by mci which came out earlier this month and gut a youthful review in the book of you by michael cunningham who talked about it as a novel maybe one of the first novels that he could think of to talk about the aids crisis from its genesis to the current moment and it's a really beautiful historical novel and of course we know how stories about aids end the most part.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on What It Takes

"Is novel is nothing like world and nothing life for producers wonderful symboli but strangely compelling parallel version of the world that people think israel you know i've book once you on his capture the greatest drummer in the sixteen hundreds and people said to me what i'd call the period who's to say to them how do you know that they were giving me compliment that were saying you created something here that looks and sounds smells to me what i'm sixteen hundred hundreds so that's what we can do is give it's kind of glorified transcendental it's fiction is and why they love that is not making stories i love interpreting the world this is why i started to write in order to interpret the world myself because they didn't understand founded baffling i find the world baffling the only reason that we're not constantly surprised by the world is because banville says quoting samuel beckett habit is a great debt egner but the skies next door you look up you'll be into infinity and then the clouds coming on close most mazing things the see is amazing it's flat everything goes up and down see flat you woke along the line that you come to extrordinary flat phenomenal never ceases when did you i think i wanna be writer then i was twelve or thirteen my sister give me a copy of tim's joyce's story collection dubliners i was amazed to discover that fiction could be about life as i knew it you know here was hit was writing that wasn't a crime novel school yarn one west story this was about or gray life but by the power of immagination in the power grids choice made show the orderly to to be utterly extraordinary as it is joyce said and i agree with me said i've never met an ordinary person nor about there are a lot of books in your house both your siblings are also writers over at your it wasn't too big reading household no mother read magazines my father read wide west stories it was a small town it was a break time fifties early sixties everything rives twenty years later and harland so the sixties arrive eighties.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Now one nothing if you're wondering about a moment take it out every single thing on your real you need to be one hundred percent confident in so that's all my advice for a designer for a sound recordist first off it should be a separate real it like we hire them separately we think about them separately i know a lot of people do both but you're hired at different times often months apart so it should be separate things and honestly that's a really tough one i don't know how you do it sound record us real sound recorders are almost always hired on personal recommendations you ask other producers directors hey who have you worked with who was good now that you couldn't build a good one but i've never really watched sound record us reels and i'm not really sure how you would demonstrate it so that that's tricky not impossible maybe someone in the comments will have a better idea all right well that is all for ethnic film school this week good luck send us your real when it's all done very curious to see how it turns out and now for some movie openings of the week as mentioned in my trailer watch post two weeks ago every few years spike lee we'll take a momentary break from directing his celebrated narrative features to turn his camera toward nonfiction projects sports docs music videos in very rare instances live stage place his latest which premiered at sundance earlier this year will premiere on amazon prime this friday april twentieth with his film adaptation of pass over which is a filming of steppenwolf theatre company production in chicago of an antoinette nuuanu play the film follows two men on the street corner her dream of a better life where they're not constantly confronted by harassing police officers to pass over to a better way of living the story appears like a cross between samuel beckett and well spike lee as it drifts through fantastical situations and the unfortunately very real hard of police brutality so ray much looking forward to this it'll be on amazon tomorrow.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Dialogue on the other side of the highway and that's a beautiful use of wind screen because all you see is desolate empty highway in two men look at each other wondering if they need to strike up a conversation it's like an epic moment out of samuel beckett practice but it's similar beckon if he wrote for hitchcock's so i love i love i love the i've looked at the scene how many times since i saw for the first time as a teenager i don't know a hundred and it still has a lot of real magic and power and kind of an unsettling black humor to it that the hitchcock in a nutshell i love this hitchcock had to be referenced somewhere on this list well let's just did you just did it thank checking that box we're window vertigo so many great films of the birds you could choose from a lot of scenes my number five is the scene from the end the climax of the silence of the lambs the great jonathan demme film the number four overall seed in films spotting madness did very well when clarice is being stalked by buffalo bill in the basement of his house this is the scene that starts with jodie foster's clarisse entering the house and it's all her point of view basically we see what she looks at the last shot before the lights go completely black it's her seeing decomposed body in a bathtub and then when that cut to black happens the next thing we see is buffalo bills point of view through those green night vision goggles and now we're looking at clarisse and then for the next two minutes it's this silent cat and mouse game with bill and us really as the viewer being the cat and of course clara's the mouse and there are occasional cuts back to his face those straight on demi close ups that were so used to accept here we're not able to see his eyes ragging straight on at those goggles and mostly it's a great scene in it so affective jeff talked about the mission impossible scene and kinda holding your breath on behalf of the.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"So many others andrei stories didn't happen maybe he did drink the other one there's another one that like he passed out in the lobby of a bar and they had to put the piano cover over him and his men and women were waking up that morning and the hotel walking around him though is a construction site come on but i was other stuff we we couldn't include that we actually think might have been true there was some there were some graphic some graphic stories he was in japan and could not fit in the bathroom so he would have to when you had to relieve himself not number one would have to do it in a hotel blanket and then the maid service to take it out tired i don't want to put that in the film decided not to include that by that was by the way mayor it seems like it was true bets that's more plausible than samuel beckett cricket with him he's in japan impractical to tell rooms can't literally necessary to acknowledge because one of the first questions people have all the time is how did they go to the bathroom headed have sex as sex how what were his down there were some female members of the ringer staff after we screened it for our staff yet who were quite curious about the mechanics andre sexist topic i didn't i asked some questions that i'd never thought i'd be asking about those mechanics and i think hogan's the one who says i know anything about his girlfriend knew anything about this no one was really willing to go through the xs and os of of how this these clays develops but the but we did have to an ric flair his first appearance in the dock as him saying that he had a size twenty four ring in size twenty seven shoes baby for member what else do you need to know so that was an important like listen we took that we had that after a while we did and and to your credit you said put it back in i think they were great.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"So many others andrei stories didn't happen maybe he did drink the other one there's another one that like he passed out in the lobby of a bar and they had to put the piano cover over him and his men and women were waking up that morning and the hotel walking around him though is a construction site come on but i was other stuff we we couldn't include that we actually think might have been true there was some there were some graphic some graphic stories he was in japan and could not fit in the bathroom so he would have to when you had to relieve himself not number one would have to do it in a hotel blanket and then the maid service to take it out tired i don't want to put that in the film decided not to include that by that was by the way mayor it seems like it was true bets that's more plausible than samuel beckett cricket with him he's in japan impractical to tell rooms can't literally necessary to acknowledge because one of the first questions people have all the time is how did they go to the bathroom headed have sex as sex how what were his down there were some female members of the ringer staff after we screened it for our staff yet who were quite curious about the mechanics andre sexist topic i didn't i asked some questions that i'd never thought i'd be asking about those mechanics and i think hogan's the one who says i know anything about his girlfriend knew anything about this no one was really willing to go through the xs and os of of how this these clays develops but the but we did have to an ric flair his first appearance in the dock as him saying that he had a size twenty four ring in size twenty seven shoes baby for member what else do you need to know so that was an important like listen we took that we had that after a while we did and and to your credit you said put it back in i think they were great.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Eddie what are we look like from the outside looking in think about it our president can't can't like begrudgingly discussed as domestic violence he doesn't mention guns after a school massacre he is kicking people out i mean what does this look like from the outside looking looks like what's samuel beckett described as the mess i mean it's just a mess complete chaos but what's interesting is what's motivating this the the politics of this moment right so you have a very extreme immigration position even when democrats come to the table in compromise that will in some ways put them in jeopardy with their progressive base it's rejected on the basis of an extreme position with regards to immigration you think about what's driving the attack on the fbi it's this extreme position about the deep state you think about what's driving the position with regards to gun control as this extreme position about the federal government coming in to take our guns so that we can't protect ourselves the republican party has been hijacked by hicks by extremist and we need to be in we need to say very clearly that paul ryan and others are complicit in those with those extremists in the second thing i would say really quickly is mitch mcconnell is playing chess well chuck schumer's playing checkers and chuck schumer's going to have to answer for why he gave up the leverage with regards to defending dreamers any hope that in the hope that mitch mcconnell and republicans would engage this debate in good faith and what we see now is that mitch mcconnell and the republicans are who we thought they were.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast

"Was samuel beckett's waiting for godot hey which was a post world war two play i've written in paris that was about the disillusionment and nihilism experience after hitler with through occupied france right you're all of europe was in ruins it had nothing to do with what's in the window has nothing to do with the authentic legacy of the 1960s which was about genuine multiculturalism a movement toward india toward hindu with them a transformation of consciousness through psychedelic which i did not take but which identify with totally through the music etcetera it was a turn toward the body it was a turn toward sensory experience came not this of this word trapping thing and this like cynical removal from actual experience that french import decay came in to the graduate school it did not affect any genuine 1960s person the real 1960s revolution was about young it was about an a way of seeing the cosmos emits logical terms and the union contribution went on into the new age movement of of the 1970s aside from the universities the who took over the universities were these careerists i saw them with my own eyes i saw what happened i saw i was at yale when dairy that was being shipped over to to address the the students arrested and and the faculty and i and i said to a fellow student after hearing one of these guys speak it wasn't buried i was another one of the theorists i said they are like hype priests.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on Filmspotting

"In that film we go then to something avantgarde and abstract and absurd and it's based on samuel beckett and a novel he wrote called murphy in the fifties and i read the description of that novella i think it is on wicked pedia and you can actually see where there are some elements are that movie shot ski here allay hilmi shot ski the filmmaker behind gas or did lift out of that otherwise completely different just really took it and went in the direction he wanted to go and really in terms of a plot here we have a character the title character castro who is being chased by four people he's got a girlfriend he has an ex wife the exwife tell me if i'm getting this right josh the x life the wife well yeah there currently mary he seems to be separator or wanting to settle a himself from her she is trying to get him back and she she wants him back as if he's almost shall hostile jane from him exactly so she's trying to get him can't find him and shares these three criminals i suppose to seek them out and track him down one of whom we saw i'm sure an extraordinary stories very familiar face place samuel i'm sure a reference to the beckett source material who really almost does nothing but listen to some recordings and pay a lot of little arcane orders and pay bills and paints his face at one point inexplicably so three guys and the exwife searching for castro who doesn't really want to be found seems to want to completely dissociate himself not just from them but kinda from society and he kinda goes out when he needs to allow the time we see him just hanging out in a closet.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Support for on point and the following message comes from rocket mortgage by quicken loans home plays a big role in your life that's why quicken loans created rocket mortgage it let you apply simply and understand the entire mortgage process fully so you can be confident that you're getting the right mortgage for you to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash on point from wbur boston npr i'm tom asked brooke and this is on point out capone is america's quintessential gangster before the godfather and the sopranos and boardwalk empire there he was out of old torius public enemy number one geared to bear has written biographies of samuel beckett's simone de beauvoir carl young now she's took the poem and the deeper story this hour on point the gangster and man alkap own you could join us on air or online with this conversation is always on had how do you know the legend of al capone what are you know the facts join us anytime at on point radio dot org or on twitter and facebook at on point radio has been so much over so many years but al capone dear to bear goes in through the perspective of his family and we're going to hear that but there's been a lot and for a long time here's a clip from the trailer from the 1932 film scarface the shame of the nation the store for this film is based on a novel by the same name loosely based on the rise and fall of al capone in the nineteen plans the united states was really the impact of prohibition.

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"samuel beckett" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"samuel beckett" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"As a what while they cheaper that way they came as a a packet game is a package yet if you were to get chico on his own very expensive and if you would have higher none of them will be really expensive anyway that tells you i think for people who are a going with the city fell by the tone of the film because it's very funny and the pair of them as well together are just it's funny i mean in the thing is the book is funny to me the book is funny and and giacometti was very front of you read any of his stuff and you hear stories about him that he no he was very boistrous when he went out and drinking and is one of his best friends with samuel beckett the semi beckett was really funny to me that a giacometti is often associated with sort of existential angst in in his work but yes there is that like in beckett but there are also incredibly funny so the to go handinhand they're not at all i spoke the there contradictory but but they make the two sides of the same crime and with jeffrey an armies well yeah exactly play and not that elements with army the obvious choice fees well now there were other people were tasks beforehand lau say they're going army knows that but it took so long to get it in the age today became too old yes they died late suryono exactly let's right it would have been too much time of makeup but casting of films always hard because you need people of a certain status particularly a small film you need people have a certain status who.

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