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"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:29 min | Last month

"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

"And I think what's crucial here is the way del toro has honored the essence of the ideas this story wants to explore, but managed to do it in a way that is thoroughly his own. And that includes all of these religious illusions. This isn't something that he's necessarily pulling just from the original or other places. You see these in so many of his films are very conflicted about the church in particular. And so this is something that makes perfect sense to also be in this del toro film. And I think it holds all these all those things you talked about, which I think are there and absolutely intrigued me. It holds those in a way that doesn't feel like it's burdening the movie with them. It's also very funny. It works as you said as a tale for kids as well. There are some great focal performances here. And then haven't even touched on the artistry of the stop motion, the imagery. So all of that is there as well. Here's the topper for something we've been talking about here and there over the year. The course of this year, Adam, this is a movie that has Tilda Swinton and Cate Blanchett. We've joked about how about that. Do we ever get their movies mixed up? You get two vocal performances from them in this, which is just only one I recognize though. Oh, I would, I would love to see video of Cate Blanchett giving her vocal performance because she plays this kind of devilish monkey. And you have no idea it could ever be her. Tilda Swinton, as the wood Sprite, who stands in for the blue fairy in this version, probably could have guessed after one line reading. That's for sure. And another dual performance, though. That's true, yeah. In a way, in a way, you can turn a daughter. Yeah. Yep. With the borrowed so while you may have eternal life, your loved ones, they do not. You never know how long you have with someone. Until they go home. So yeah, this is great movie. I'm glad you liked it. Glad it pushed those buttons I was hoping it would for you as well and we'll talk about it a little bit more as we get to our best of the year show. I'm sure. Okay, yeah, I have some thoughts on the visual details that also really stood out to me, but as you said, it's going to come up again. And I will save it for our top ten show. Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio is currently streaming exclusively on Netflix. Look around you. This whole place is for people who want to escape. People who don't belong anywhere else. How do you feel? Do you feel a bit? How am I supposed? The world's changing that's the trailer for Sam mendy's empire of light, which opens in wide release this weekend, set in the early 80s in and around a movie theater on the coast of England. Mendy's film is a love story. That's also a love letter to the power of the movies. In particular here, I think the power of movie theaters in the sense of community that they can engender. So Adam, Oscar bait pedigree all over this thing. You've got an Oscar winning director. You've got an Oscar winning actor. One of the best, I would say, Olivia Colman, a sentimental ode to the industry that gives out these awards, check there as well. So aside for the Olivia Colman part, maybe I should have been allergic to this thing going in. And I was a little skeptical.

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"swinton" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:30 min | Last month

"swinton" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Oh, interesting. We haven't talked about this. I know, Adam speaking of the beloved auteur project and the number 5 slot. Joanna hogg, who wrote and directed this, is my gal. I think every time she has a movie, it's on my top 5 list. I'm sorry for boring everyone. But I slept on this a little bit myself. I think in part because I saw it with Sean at the New York Film Festival, which was a really lovely experience, but Shawn didn't really respond to it. I wasn't a big fan. I let the boys get in my head. But no more. This is. This is a COVID film. Not about COVID but it was filmed during COVID and one of the rare examples I think of using the constraints of COVID to the film's benefit. Stars Tilda Swinton, I don't want to spoil that much, but told us what is a very crucial part of this film gives an amazing performance. And it's about a mother and a daughter who you do learn during the course of the film. I mean, I'm like, sorry about spoiling this, but I think it's okay. It's very subtly handled and I was delighted when about halfway through the film. It's revealed that the character's name is Julie and that this is a part of her souvenir, I guess, trilogy now or like the project. This sort of seems like a coda to that project, even though I don't think it's truly done, she might keep going. But it jumps forward a bit anyway. This is sort of a ghost story, which is I think part of the reason Sean didn't like it without speaking for him, though I'm just going to keep doing it. Don't worry about me. Speak your truth. But because I'm not a horror enthusiast or a person who really cares about ghost stories, the way that it was using those tropes worked for me. There's just kind of also an emotional and visual aesthetics like literally wallpaper world that Joanna hogg can create that I respond to and this is a movie about mothers and daughters and I realize I still watch movies as a daughter, primarily, even though I guess I aged into the other category this year. And I thought that it was very, it was beautiful and it's still a dynamic like I don't see explored in

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"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

07:46 min | 2 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Memories flood back in this place. Quietly in the evening through the building and on the grounds hello. And I suppose it is a way of staying in touch. That's from the trailer for Joanna hogg's the eternal daughter, hog the director of the souvenir and the souvenir part two, a pair of acclaimed films in which she looked back at her own life as a young film student. Those movies starred on her swinton burn as the hog stand in Julie. Byrne is the daughter of Tilda Swinton, who played Julie's mother, rosalyn. I hope you're keeping up with all this in those films. And now here we have hogs eternal daughter, which stars swinton as the adult Julie and as her elderly mother, but it's also kind of a ghost story. Josh, what's your take on the eternal daughter? I would, especially for those who have not seen this souvenir or the souvenir part two, just say yes, it's a ghost story. And not get worried about all that other stuff, because you really don't need to know it. This stands on its own, even though it's cemented for me that hog is really at the top of the line for filmmakers who know how to do personal cinema in a way that I at least find incredibly arresting. There is the risk of the naval gazing sentimentality with this subgenre. And hog wants nothing to do with that. There is such self laceration is too much of a strong term to say what she's doing here. But there's something of maybe like a scab scratching honesty that she has about not only her past or her experiences, but where she is right now in this moment thinking about it and ruminating on it. And processing it. It's almost like all those things are happening at once. And just as when you're arguing with yourself about your past and your memories, you don't try to paint a pretty picture. You're really wrestling with yes, some of the good things, but also the bad things and making sense of it all. That's what hogg is doing on screen. And what made for me the eternal daughter to be particularly interesting is that there is this genre element where you have this mother and daughter at this apparently empty English estate turned hotel that there's strange lighting. There's fog all day and all night. There are noises going on and they wonder if they're alone. They're in a purgatory, essentially. It's almost more of a purgatorial experience than a ghost story. And we can have some fun puzzling it out, even as the central relationship between these two is what the heart of this story is. So it's not a ghost story like a boo ghost story, but it has some of those formal elements that add a level of interest. That's different from the souvenir films. But it's really, again, about a Joanna hogg stand in wrestling doing some interior, deep wrestling about her past and how it's led to where she is and giving us a peek at it. Yeah. The story here is swinton as daughter and mother, arriving at what I think is a Welsh estate that the mother had lived in as a child. And the sense is that they're trying to spend some time together, especially as the mother is getting up in years. But the daughter also has, I won't say nefarious intentions, though she as a filmmaker does some things or exhibit certain behavior that might suggest even she feels that way about what she's about to be engaged in. But she's there to also mine her own past in her mother's past. I should say, specifically, for material. She's making a film. So we're right in lockstep here with the fable ones. We're keeping the self reflexivity theme going. We've got filmmaker kids haunted by their parents. I do think it is a really good companion in some ways a counter to Spielberg's film and that we see Spielberg as the author going through his past in his traumas and rendering it on screen in a way that he doesn't seem to have any guilt about or any real conflict about. That's there for the taking. And as I was alluding to earlier, one of the most fascinating elements of this film is the way we see Julie getting out that tape recorder. You know, she's got her phone out and she's recording things her mother is saying. And she's doing it on the slide. Yeah, that's the nefarious part. That is, right? She doesn't want her mother to know. You do as a filmmaker as an autobiographical filmmaker, you have to be a bit of a thief. You have to be willing to steal and to transform some of these stories. And again, I think that's one of the things this movie wants to really wrestle with and ask the question, not is it ethical in the sense that she's taking stories from someone else as if she heard something and is now actually stealing it and owes somebody something. It's not that. It's about the messiness of the relationship that she has with her mother, the way she as an artist seems incapable of maybe producing her own art that can be separate from who she is as a daughter can be separate from who she is as a daughter to this mother. And so she's relying on her as an artist in a way that maybe she has a little bit of guilt about. And of course, maybe Joanna hogg then is the filmmaker, as the author shares some of that guilt and wants to explore that here through these characters. So how did it work for you to have swinton playing both of them? Because it's a bold stroke. I mean, in a lot of ways, the souvenir part two especially was experimental towards the end with its meta textual use of images and movies within movies and all that stuff. The eternal daughter is a little more straightforward, though it does have some aesthetic elements that are striking, rooted again in the ghost genre, but otherwise the boldest formal choice is to have till the swinton play both of these roles. So was it effective for you? Yeah, it ended up being effective for me. And that's because early on, I did find it a bit distracting in a way that I assumed anyway, it wasn't supposed to be. It was clearly an approach that hogg took, whether out of practicality, yet I'm giving you my mindset as the film is opening and I'm seeing these shots and I'm recognizing that, oh, they're never going to try to fool us that she's not playing both roles. We're always going to see her as the daughter or mother in a single shot. If they're talking to each other, they're going to cross cut between them. We're never going to fake it and have another actress or a stand in playing one of the roles. Not even over the shoulder type shots. It's always single shots. And it was a little bit distracting at first, and it seemed a little bit disconnected. And I'm sitting there as a viewer, not paying attention so much to the story or the characters. I'm thinking about this in this choice. And is this actually a DIY kind of a thing? Whether it was out of budgetary needs or something else where hog really wanted to be deliberate about this choice. And even perhaps call attention to it. And as the

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"swinton" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

06:07 min | 2 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver

"Happy money. Fund your happy. Nmls ID number one three 9 6 8 zero 5. Not all applicants may qualify and results may vary. Loans are not offered in Massachusetts and Nevada. Happy money works with lending partners who originate the loans. Additional terms, conditions and eligibility requirements may apply. Its winter in Myrtle beach, you know what that means. Sandy beaches, fun in the sun, and winter Wonderland at the beach. From Thursday, November 17th, through Friday, December 23rd. Holiday spirit is taking over the Myrtle Beach boardwalk, all season long. They'll be walked through holiday light shows, entertainment, and more. Don't miss the tree lighting opening ceremony event that kicks off the festivities. Visit winter Wonderland at the beach dot com for more details. What is the quality that you like least about yourself? Oh, that might insecurities surrounding my talent. Still pop up. That I still pine for recognition for actual talent. It's still a journey that I have to go through to not compare. Myself and say, but do they think you're talented? I'm in these meetings. I'm a CEO. I'm all of this and my phrase children. I have to remind myself daily that I am good enough. Do you think there's two things going on, which is sort of the external impact of it and the way that you yourself. Think about it. I think it is most definitely too prompt. I think that from a very early age, I was so constantly criticized. Oh my God, I thought you were going to say, I was so constantly told how great I was. No. And it was on such a public level. And everything had a disclaimer, not but she's pretty, but it was always sort of, well, she's not a vocal powerhouse, if I was singing or she's no somebody and then they'll pick the person who just won the Academy Award. And every time I had an interview, you could feel the tone, and I was so young. And then later on, I read all of it. And I was so raked over the coals for not being talented. That it was, it was always sort of like, she doesn't have to be because she can just look that way. And that's also why I wanted to go to university is because I'm so much more than all of this. When I was invited to purely do comedy, that was the first time that I ever really understood where my talent was unique. And it was so natural to me. I mean, you know, comedic actresses are not as sort of brilliantly praised the way drama is. And that's fine. That is not something I covet doing. The purity and comedy to me is just is where I find a great deal of joy. There was a movie on the other night. And it was a comedy with two women and my kids were watching it and I loved the movie. And I started going down the rabbit hole. Saying, my kids don't know that I can do that. And all of a sudden, there's like this insecurity just wafted over me and I thought, okay. You have got to get your shit together. I don't know why you're doing this. But I think you're right. I think a lot of that comes from trauma from childhood. This profession being an actor is there are just so many schisms in it, like faulted people make really good actors. It's like we're trying to fill a bit of a void, and it's not enough that you think you're good. It's not enough that one can sort of self generate. You have to have other people also during the Kool-Aid. Like I said, in my book I said it's not, you know, you're not expected to win the lottery once, you're expected to win it over and over again. And then you're also punished when you don't win the fucking lottery. Even though I didn't have the same experience of you, I was not a child actor or model or icon, but that same feeling of where is the next job? If no one's hiring me, your self worth can be around your feet if you let it. It's endemic in this industry as well. I mean, it's funny because I used to say, oh, I mean, I went to the Academy Awards when I was a baby. That was just Nirvana to me. And I coveted it. You know, I coveted it, coveted it, covered it. And finally, my therapist said, she's like, why? And I said, you know what? Because of other opportunity. And that's all it was about for me, really. Someone would probably want to do something and say, do another movie. And you can like, yes. That's all another way. Exceeded that and nava goes that never goes away. I mean, I'm sure there are people for whom it does. I don't think Tilda Swinton is worrying about like her next. No. I think it's very hard to carve it out there. Like, if you've got to make a living, I don't know. I've spoken to more actors who feel this way. And then I think there are these creature like bird like anomaly. Who can kind of apparently conjure it out of nowhere. I've always had to be basically, I've always been a brand. I've always been nurturing something so that we could pay our mortgage or if you did this movie, we got a car. Everything was basically transactional. So there was never a plan to concentrate on the craft. You know, my mother, I mean, she wasn't a manager. She just, she was like, what? As long as they're talking about you. Get your name out there. Right. And that was okay because I got very rewarded for it. I was liked and I went to a good school. So to me, it was just, how do you make a living just being you? Yeah. That's exactly that's exactly it. That has always been

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"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

"And then Richard linklater also two films 20 14s boyhood and this year's Apollo ten and a half to my mind. I think even something like dazed and confused feels, autobiographical. I feel like there's this strain in almost everything linklater does. So I don't know if that's going to give him the leg up here in this poll. We will offer the option of other as well. I was a little surprised to see boyhood initially among Sam's options just because having recently seen and talked about Apollo ten and a half this year. I know that that film is really autobiographical. And so boyhood at best and I Google this to confirm it seems semi autobiographical. So of course there is likely to be some shades of linklater's own upbringing in the story we see play out, but I know Apollo ten and a half again, he was much closer to his actual life. Nevertheless, I think they both belong here and it's tough to overlook those as much as I love boyhood. Still, not a surprise. My favorite film on this list is lady bird and boyhood's really the only one that's that close to it as much as I do appreciate some of the other films. So I'm going gerwig. Yeah, the filmmaker aspect does throw me a bit because my clear favorite film among this group is Roma. And I want to go that direction, but I think of something like souvenir and souvenir part two, both films I liked equally. I think the first one made my top ten list of the year. So if you're weighing the body of work and choosing the filmmaker, I might have to go with Joanna hogg in this poll. She might have another entry in here as well. I'm really excited to see the eternal daughter coming out. I told the swinton and hogg later this year, I think in December Josh, I have no idea if there's any crossover into her own life or not. I try to stay ignorant of such things going into films as much as I can, but wanted to throw out there that she may have another entry on this list. In early voting, gerwig is just ahead of link later and but your vote may have an impact. Leave a comment, vote for your favorite now at film spotting .NET. You know I want you to know that you can talk to me about anything you go to, but drugs you take. Oh my God, what are you gonna ask that? These are my moves.

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"swinton" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:41 min | 5 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Fresh Air

"End with writing zone one. They went from monthly to once a year. And there's still a once a year. I mean, I have this thing where if I write about something, I definitely kind of exercise it. And so which is good in some ways, like zombie dreams. I wrote a piece about fried chicken last year and cooking fried chicken. It was very detailed. And then since then, I haven't been able to eat fried chicken. So the writing cure sometimes good and sometimes bad. Can I say about this weird thing, Jerry? Yeah. So obviously, the fresh air interview is revered around the world. And so whatever I say to you, now becomes the template for other people's interviews for years and years. So what do we ask me we'll come up with the question, but also any tangent. And so if I'm like, oh, and then in the summer I used to ride my bike and it was great. You know, three years from now in Finland, some journalists will be like Coulson. Tell me about the bike you had. Really? To transcript and then they'll steal your questions. And then also, they'll also steal stuff that just comes up in conversation. So I'm like, what bike, what are you talking about? And then they'll go come clean. It's the first draft of history. Colson Whitehead, it's been really great to have you back on the show, and I want to say again, I really love your new book. So thank you. Thanks for having me. It was great. Colson Whitehead speaking with Terry gross recorded last year. Whitehead's latest novel, Harlem shuffle is now out in paperback. After a short break film critic Justin Chang reviews the new fantasy film 3000 years of longing, starring Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba. This is fresh air. In the new fantasy film 3000 years of longing, Tilda Swinton plays a literary scholar who has an encounter with a wish granting Genie or Jen, played by Idris Elba. It's the first movie directed by George Miller since Mad Max: Fury Road, and it opens this week in theaters. Our critic Justin Chang has this review. I've always felt there's something a bit too self conscious about movies that are explicitly about the magic of storytelling. Really, the best way to pay tribute to storytelling is to simply tell a good story. Not to rattle on and on about how timeless stories are. That may explain why I felt both mildly charmed and a little worn out by the new movie, three thousand years of longing. It's adapted from a short story by the English writer AS by it. And much of it unfolds in an Istanbul hotel room, where Idris Elba, taking a page from scheherazade, and her 1001 nights. Regales Tilda Swinton, with one fantastical tale after another. Some of these tales are vivid and involving. But what they add up to is less than the sum of its many shimmering parts. Even still, the movie has its undeniable pleasures. The Australian director George Miller might be best known for his thrilling Mad Max series. But he's always had a flair for fantasy. As he's shown in marvelously inventive films, like babe pig in the city and happy feet. In 3000 years of longing, which he co wrote with his daughter, Augusta gore. Miller unveils an outlandish premise with a sly wit that's initially hard to resist. Tilda swinton plays alathea binney, a modern day literary scholar, who specializes in the study of narratives.

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"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

06:03 min | 5 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Swinton in the trailer for 3000 years of longing, the latest from director George Miller. Is it possible Josh that someone used one of their wishes to unite swinton Elba and the director of Mad Max: Fury Road? I mean, not a bad creative team. They've got there. The plot description of 3000 years of longing, a lonely woman, swinton, discovers in ancient bottle while on a trip to Istanbul and unleashes a jinn, played by Elba who offers her three wishes. Yeah, I look back at our movie preview in January and this was really the year or it could be the year of swinton. I don't know if all of those films will come out or not, that were mentioned back on that 2022 movie preview. But 6 or 7 movies potentially could star Tilda Swinton and this one was among my most anticipated. It's going to open in wide release this weekend. We will discuss it on next week's show, along with that, our summer of stanwyck marathon continues with 1940 ones ball of fire, Gary Cooper, starring there with stanwyck, Howard hawks, directing a script by how about this Billy Wilder and Charles brackett. It seems bulletproof, Josh. Yeah, I mean, I kept seeing these names scroll down the screen as the movie started and couldn't believe it. And yeah, I think fair to say ball of fire delivers. Okay, full marathon details at film spotting .NET slash marathons and a quick note for our criterion channel subscribers out there. The final film in the marathon, Billy Wilder's double indemnity leaves the channel on August 30 first. So maybe your last chance to catch up with it there. We do have a little bit of housekeeping before we get back to our fall movie preview. I was off last week. My sincere gratitude not only to you, Josh, but to Mariah gates and to Michael Phillips filling in for me, seems like a great response to the show and both conversations. I haven't had a chance to listen yet because not only have I not seen bodies, bodies, bodies. I haven't seen meet John Doe. I've got to double dip stanwick for next week. All right, well, that should be fun. And yeah, my thanks as well to Mariah and Michael. Really good conversations with both of them. Mariah had been on this show before as a guest with the both of us, but this was my first time co hosting with her and she was a delight, as always. The last time the two of us did a show together, it was a couple of weeks ago. We tried something new, a movie draft, our subject was 8 24 movies in honor of the ND distributors tenth anniversary. No, I didn't take last week off Josh to recover from you choosing Greta gerwig's lady bird before I could, in a shocking story. You are stewing for two weeks. I wasn't, though, I might have been stewing about the results of the draft because we set it up as a bit of a competition. We were going to give listeners an opportunity to weigh in and determine who picked the better team. Now, we also both did acknowledge that while we wanted to win and we wanted to have a claim to list, we also were trying to be personal with our choices and not necessarily catering to a broad audience. And that's probably my way of setting up the fact that, oh my God, did I get killed? Your list in retrospect seems very personal. Here is my list. And I really thought that with at least these first 6 Josh, even though you crush me by taking lady bird, I thought these for 6 put me in a really good spot to win the poll. Ex Machina followed by moonlight under the skin, first cow, spring breakers, Uncut Gems. 7th, I had while we're young, Noah baumbach that is an atom, favorite creature from Trey Edward Schultz, the souvenir part two, and another very Adam choice. I went with Locke as my tenth a 24 film. Your choices. You're much better choices apparently were. Well, I couldn't resist taking lady bird when I won the first choice for the giraffe. So I'll never have to do had to do it. Glad I did. I think it worked for me. But yeah, then went with films that I like, even better, though I am as well, a big fan of lady bird. I like after Yang even better. I like first reformed even better. Probably like the Florida project even better. Those were my two through four. Then I went with a recent title. Everything everywhere all at once. The Green Knight, another one from this year, Marcel the shell of the shoes on, the witch, Zola, that's probably my most personal one. And yeah, my discovery didn't realize snatched it at the last minute. And I think it did end up helping me a little bit in the competition. The lobster. So we did give listeners a chance to weigh in. And we did it in two different places. You could have voted on Twitter or you could have voted over at film spotting .NET. We asked simply who had the best a 24 draft. And Josh didn't matter where people were voting because on the website, it was Josh by a whopping 74% to my meager 26%. And on Twitter, where we had a few more votes, it was 73 to 27. I fared only slightly better over on Twitter. I have a little bit of support here. We heard from Dalton nest who said, Josh has this one in the bag, just absolute heavy hitters on his list. But Jeremy lafferty was defending me. Can not believe Adam is getting killed in this poll. He has ex Machina, moonlight, under the skin, first cow, and Uncut Gems, not to mention his list contains, in my opinion, a wider breadth of titles. Josh's has four titles from the last two years, whereas Adams list stretches over a broader history. I wonder if recency bias plays a part in the huge margin of victory.

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"swinton" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"I like the notion that jinns are electromagnetic that they are as they say in the film subtle fire. I eat that up. That's great. It's very Neil Gaiman. It's also very helene wecker if you read the golem and the Ginny, which I loved a lot that's fabulous approach is what I did. The visuals are fun. The visuals here are like what if Terry Gilliam had a superego, right? And I really like the chemistry between swinton and elbow, but let's talk about this. I don't think it's necessarily a powerfully sexual chemistry there.

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"swinton" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"One of the best defensive player of the year level talent, a 100%. I have spent untold podcast hours, bemoaning what he doesn't do well, what he does do well is push it in the open floor, pass, rebound, and play defense like a dervish who could switch one through 5 and you put him next to KD, who was one of the best defenders in the league as well. And now, man, that could be really something and also you don't need Ben Simmons to shoulder a large portion of the offensive output because you've got those two other guys there to do that. That could be something. I just want to push back on one quick thing. Counterpoint to you saying you're tired of the drama with the nets. As both not a fan of the nets and a content producer, pro drama, pro nuts, that's true. I take that back. As someone who said we were desperate for NBA news on our last episode, at least we got some, so I'll thank them for that, but just the longer this drags out, let me say, I like the drama, but the longer it drags out, the more depressing it gets. The sadder gets for sure. So at least give us something spicier. At least give us the actual trade, something. So we'll definitely keep our eye on that. That's an interesting development. Thank you, Sean for dropping that mid recording and not a few minutes after. Yeah. You wanted to see me miss swinton? Have you been hearing about the new government modernization efforts? AI, RPA's data science, things are changing at this agency, and people will need new skills. I'd like you to get some training. Look at this management concept catalog. Wow. Over 275 courses. That's right. And local classrooms or instructor led online classes. We still have budget in this fiscal year, so sign up online. Advance your career with courses for management concepts, get a catalog at management concepts dot com or call 8 three three 5 7 8 84 66. There's nothing like being

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"swinton" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"I can I think it really matters to him to average a triple double. I think we're past that point where that's just speculation. I think it really matters to him to have the statistical output. And he just can't, I think he struggles anyway to get to that place mentally to actually understand what it takes with the role he's going to have to play and however limiting that may feel to be on a winning team because he's only advanced past the first round of the playoffs one time since KD left him. One time and I think like LeBron sees that and is like, that's not good enough for what I want to achieve. But I don't know if Russ balances his desire for the role that he thinks he should play with trying to be a winning team. I think he believes if somebody would just let me play the way I would play everything would happen, but reality has demonstrated that's not true. So I don't know. I think maybe that is trying to break through to him in this very damaging but definitely an attention grabbing way. No question was attention grabbing. You wanted to see me miss swinton? Have you been hearing about the new government modernization efforts? AI, RPA's data science, things are changing at this agency, and people will need new skills. I'd like you to get some training. Look at this management concept catalog. Wow. Over 275 courses. That's right. And local classrooms or instructor led online classes. We still have budget in this fiscal year, so sign up online. Advance your career with courses for management concepts, get a catalog of management concepts dot com or call 8 three three 5 7 8 80 four 66. American corn farmers. A proud and chosen profession inspired through generations. Tested, resilient, and committed to giving back as much as they're growing, pushing the boundaries of what's possible with every bushel.

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"swinton" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

05:58 min | 10 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"In memoriam, Tilda Swinton plays a spiritual adventurous, seeking the source of a mysterious sound by Stephanie zakaric. There are some movies you may feel you have to see twice to understand. There are also some movies that become more puzzling not less the more often you watch them. Memorial, the latest from time master of such a cool, starring Tilda Swinton as a Scottish woman, temporarily displaced in the jungles of Colombia, may be one of the latter, though it's a recommendation, not a deterrent. Anyone who claims to fully grasp every element of where a set of movies, like the haunted reverie uncle Bon mi, who can recall his past lives or tropical malady, a lush dream romance, is blowing smoke and should be avoided. His pictures weave a spell that lingers somewhere in the space between brain and spirit, like a song you heard before you were born. They're so vividly filmed that it's easy to recall and describe their imagery. But once you start heading down that road, you find yourself lapsing into synesthesia. How, for example, can a tree be a light with crackling radio signals. But those kinds of seemingly contradictory apparitions are standard in where a set of world. His movies are a kind of wide awake anesthesia. You emerge from them knowing exactly where your body has been, but unsure of where your spirit has wandered. That's true of memory as well, though even seasoned where a set of lights may find parts of the film unusually bewildering. The movie is receiving a rolling release in theaters across the United States, beginning April 1st. A list of the locations where you can see it can be found on times website. Swinton's character, Jessica lives in Medellín, where she runs some sort of flower marketing business. It's hinted that she recently lost her husband and is grieving. In our first encounter with her, we watch as she's awakened by a strange hollow thudding sound, which she at first believes to be the noise of construction going on next door. Later, though, the sound recurs while she's in the company of others, and it becomes clear that only she can hear it. The movie follows the trail of that mysterious sound as it traces Jessica's comings and goings and random encounters. Her sister, Karen, Agnes Burke, lives in Bogotá and is suffering from a mysterious ailment. Jessica visits her in the hospital as she awakens from deep slumber, and we can feel the heaviness of weird dreams in the room. Later, as Jessica seeks to solve the mystery of the persistent eerie sound, she meets with a handsome young sound engineer, hernan, Juan Pablo orego, who tries to help her identify it. There's a hint of flirtation between the two or maybe it's just a kind of simpatico kindness. But when Jessica later returns to the sound studio where hernan works, none of the other employees there have heard of him. It's as if she had summoned him from a reverie, perhaps from the same source of that melancholy metallic thud that haunts her. Is the mystery of that sound ever solved in memory? Yes, and no. This is the first film where a set has made outside of Thailand with non Thai actors and swinton's presence is likely to attract a new audience. She's perfect for the film's aura of solemn thoughtfulness. Jessica is a seeker, a kind of pilgrim in this verdant, but not wholly welcoming jungle world. The beauty and secretiveness of the Amazon rainforest permeate the film. In the movie's key scene and its greatest one, Jessica meets a man, also named hernan, but much older than the sound engineer, and played by elkin Diaz, who spends his days cleaning fish by a brook. He has never left the town where he lives, he tells her. I remember everything, so I try to limit what I see. That's why I never watch movies or TV. Through this man, Jessica connects with both the past and the unknowable present with trauma that she herself has not experienced, but which seems to be planted deep in the land around her. She also comes to understand the sound that follows her everywhere, but the imagery accompanying that discovery is best left undescribed. It's one of the film's most visually poetic surprises. Memorial is moody and perplexing even in the context of where a set of others and if you're a neophyte, it may not be the best one to start with. But even so, it's circuitous misty trails of logic. Leave you feeling as if you've been entrusted with some kind of nebulous treasure. It's easy to become pleasurably lost in speculation about what it all means. This is a film about how memories manifest themselves and stretch across populations about both the concrete and elusive nature of sound about the secrets of the universe that will never be able to unlock. There's a lot to unpack in just one viewing, or even 6. But like all of where a set of movies, memorial leaves you feeling like an out of body adventurer, tethered by only a slender thread of consciousness to the physical form in the movie seat..

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"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Answer, of course not. Or who has better taste till the swinton or the director's who cast her. I mean, all these great filmmakers you're gonna hear me reference. They are all smart enough with their casting people to put Tilda Swinton in their films. But talk about just such a discerning eye for talent and fascinating material tilde just doesn't make bad choices. And she is going to be in Pinocchio as the fairy with Turquoise hair. Besides swinton, just have to mention real quick, you did say some of the other cast members, Josh, Ewan McGregor, Kate Blanchett, Christoph Waltz, Tim Blake Nelson Ron Perlman John Turturro Finn Wolfhard. So pretty good stuff there in that. And most of them for Pinocchio. Yeah, to the point distinctive voices, right? When you mention most of those names, you see the faces, and you can also hear their voices. And you had. Now, I can almost one up that with the next film tilde is in that is hopefully going to come out in 2022. The new Wes Anderson movie, asteroid city. Margot Robbie Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, of course, Brody. It's got all the the go tos for Wes, including Jeffrey Wright, and Jason Schwartzman, Tony revolori, the list goes on and on. But how about Tom Hanks? Tom Hanks, that's a question unto itself. What's a Wes Anderson movie with Tom Hanks in it? We will find out in asteroid city. Of course, Tilda Swinton part of that west ensemble as well. 3000 years of longing, the new one from Mad Max: Fury Road director, George Miller, Tilda Swinton's going to be in that and it's described as more or less at heart a two hinder. A two hander from George Miller, the eternal daughter, the new film from Joanna hogg, who made the souvenir films. Yes. Can't wait till that one. Going to be in that. What about the end? Joshua Oppenheimer, former golden brick winner, Joshua Oppenheimer for the active killing, who followed that up with the also great documentary look of silence. He's got this narrative film coming out and it's got its own question around it that I almost used in my top 5. How do you make a musical about quote a family in a bunker 20 years after the world has ended? That's what the end is going to be. When you're mostly known for experimental documentaries too. Exactly. And it's going to start Tilda Swinton. Two more. The untitled Julio Torres project. He's a comedian and writer on Saturday Night Live and an actor, not a lot known about that film, but rizz is in it along with Isabella, rossellini, and swinton, and how about the killer. I am so praying this comes out in 2022, but I'll be ready in 23 if that's the time. The killer is the new one from David Fincher, swinton, and fast bender. Michael Fassbender. That's 6 titles there, 7 titles there, all possibly coming out in 2022. Some of them for sure coming out this year that all star till the swinton and as I said, it's a rhetorical question. We know there is no such thing as too much tilde. I mean, it's a great mind experiment as far as who is driving these decisions because you're right. When you look at swinton's track record of working with these filmmakers, so is she sought out or does she seek them out and either way it reflects on great taste on both sides? Yeah, you would love to hear how all those situations work out. All of those greatly anticipated by me as well. All right, are we down to our number one questions? Number one number one question. Will people stop making fun of me for loving avatar? Now this avatar sequel can answer that set it up right there for you. This is the first of four planned sequels to James Cameron's 2009 sci-fi blockbuster that is coming out this year Adam and I will admit that sounds daunting like an MCU style assignment for movie critics, assignment slash sentence perhaps. But hey, I've been on the record since 2009 as an unabashed fan of the first film, not the most groundbreaking story completely understood that while I was watching it and of course I've been hearing it for over ten years since. But I do think there are some intriguing ideas in there and I really think there's some incredible technical artistry at work in Avatar. So I'm going to be curious to see if avatar gets something of a critical reappraisal this year. As happened with Cameron's Titanic, after it was done being a punching bag and more time has gone by. As for Avatar 2, the movie we're going to be getting, I'm really curious just to see what that technical artistry, which was clearly the first film strong point, what that looks like more than ten years later, with more advanced tools and especially someone like Cameron, working with them. So at least for now, at least for now, Adam, before we get Avatar three, four, 5, whatever happens after that. Right now I'm excited. I'm excited for Avatar 2. We'll see it on December 16. Okay, here's my new number one question in the movie year. Who will Josh review Avatar 2 with? Yeah. I fully expecting that. All by myself on this show. Yeah. I recently heard a story of a longtime listener who discovered the show the year avatar came out. In fact, it was the avatar review that got them hooked on the show because everybody they were talking to was raving about this film. And then they tuned in and heard me and former co host Maddie Robinson just tearing it apart and he said, finally, someone is speaking for me. Yes, because it made me feel good..

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"swinton" Discussed on Drafted

Drafted

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Drafted

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"swinton" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on For Your Reference

"And that's what we got. I would say at least in the first. Three are birds of this series. If it's thought shit and it ends shit it's all shit right but how how dare you give me something that felt so fresh and felt so new and addition to the tapestry of this sort of genre and not deliver more egregious. That's more unforgivable. And unfortunately that's where we landed stylistically. It felt like it was posted in substance. They didn't just make good looking colorful things. Just for the sake of it. All felt like it was part of the in a workings of of a well-considered narratives. Unfortunately it does thoughts full on the wayside and because we are talking very generally about first impressions. I'm going to say it here. I felt very similar to the way that i felt watching archer friends and lovers We did cover and we do have an episode in fayed where we covered all As much as we love and lord until the swinton as much as we own me gillan whole that there was a there was a foundational problem that i had with alka way contrasting korean characters that have so much depth to them that office so much back story. And then you. Have you know gillan whole literal mustache twirling villain of it all in october. Without spoiling it too much and i it felt so uneven because you have so much considered detail on one side and the other side of the dynamic just falls flat as a pancake. And that's what i felt in this show the introduction of the westerners i did not fucking careful and i don't know if it was also a tongue in cheek thing to say like this is how westerners are watching and enjoying this and this is how they commenting on it. There was one motherfucker that keep saying. Fuck fuck fuck. And i'm like i don't appreciate being represented on film. I just didn't care for those really know dimension and obviously will get sued later on Discussion but just generally..

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"swinton" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Like a rove asses right molds of the Atypical ask from their country. Okay they it's a and so the butt crack is treated like a trough and it's filled with Cream from pizon. Okay you eat all the out of the out of the astro out of the ball cracks. That's the competitive ass eating this year. Cole the first year that yes. That's not too good. Yeah we're gonna make the cut. Who is the best at it. Well mcconnell as on the team actually guy yeah. Nice oh he. He's looked good. He's the one getting his ass eating. No no no. He's eating always eating asoka now. No human supplies there has to be eaten. It's just a simulated ass he has recreated guy and then there's like running or some shit between twenty two. Oh no this is. This is how fast these women are able to speed walking. I've seen this before. Yeah the way. These people move their hips. Hips are so fucked up. How is this not only for six year old. Mom's weird down your russia. You look like one of them. You lose ponytail bro evening. Who's that actor four. Oh one looks like that. Famous pale white lady actor. Everyone was talking about now Tell us taylor swift. Swinton taylor swinton until the swinton till the swinton. She little looks like till this win. Yeah yeah that and then pull up till this win until this one is like taylor swift. Holy fought gone through like a mean generator. Yeah wow what the fuck until those that you you nailed it right. Let it go. Was that you bleeding from the top head. That i see that right. Yeah is dangerous sport. Br oh na yet it's just her hair's straight up that she had blood down the side of trips off she's back up she's back so you just making a dash for the finish. You would always deke for your your. She just fell back it up ten seconds. She just she just happen who she got hit in the head. Rose exactly what you said. Did her hip give out some are. I'm just confused by you. Must have scoliosis f. You do a year of that. There's no way your body's right after this. What happens if you just start ended anticlimactic way to go cross the finish. Yeah what happens if you start running your cute him bro. Over hip dislocated i. how how what. Twenty two minutes for a five k. Five thousand so they were running. Oh so it's like an optical illusion you think they're walking dead yeah funk in like a. gte character just like like the player models walk. But they're like running media dam all right so this is another olympics for right causes in the olympics. Yeah this is the first year it'll be in the olympics. Speed climbing gentlemen. Let's see this shit. Oh my god you'll pauses. Yeah we're probably going to get dinged for that. Maybe yeah this makes you. Why did it take the guy. Salonga free solo el capitan. Yeah jesus guys literally could probably get. That should done in twenty minutes. Did this whole. I gotta do like a whole day. He's die now. You look at these fools. One and done the other..

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"swinton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"No, no, it's a French heritage brand, and he brought it back to life. He was there for 14 years. In 2000 and 1 to 2015 the first time you know, I saw the goddess that is Tilda Swinton. Yes, she was wearing that black. It almost looked like a Chinese garbage bag, but she pulled it off. She looked amazing. She was wearing, um all easy for you to say, and, um He died of Cove it in Paris. He was 59 Earl. Just earlier This year, he was promoting his new Paris baseline AZ factory, and he did. 71 on one interviews with fashion journalists who was really anxious for people to like it, and he also worked at Guy LaRoche in East ST Laurent. So he the Reeve goose. Go Schlein goose line. That s O doing so well with lava, but he was Moroccan, and he was just a really an interesting Guy and I think CBS Sunday morning did a story on him because I just remember he Thing of him when he was like seven or eight. He He would sketch his teacher's outfit every single day in a notebook and at the end of that school year, Whatever your seven or eight is, he gave her the notebook with every everything she wore every day. For the whole school year, and she couldn't believe what a good drawer he was on that it was every day. So I was a kid that really had fantasies and dreams about so I'm just really sorry to hear that, you know, 59. That's very and he came to the U. S. And you know, you work for Geoffrey Beene. Remember that? Yes, I remember that. Yeah. Sorry. Thank you. And he was good buddies with the founder of someone who put us in their magazine, and I was very excited. You never heard of it. But I was thrilled Paper magazine. I remember paper because kind of Ah Guard classic cover with Kim Kardashian having champagne off of her but greased up. That's a genuine remembers. I remember that cover. Do you remember Rocco broke the Internet? That's right. He did anyway. But he just Gwyneth in Meryl Streep and Natalie Portman and he he was ousted from land Vonna over disagreements with the company's majority shareholder, and he was led to the firing as My garage, Idi. Oh, all right. We've gotta, um Tony a sentence. Something about friends? Yes. She says hello again. Bullshit. Bunco. Okay. No, Elsa Paretti who died about two weeks ago. Oh, my gosh, I'm Did the jewelry But I think Laurie, you are mistaking Paloma Picasso also designed jewelry and was one of the granddaughters of Pablo Picasso. Holston was everything for that period of studio 54 era. Every situation point. Yeah. I've been a O l better as the greatest and apparently the kind of man all normal, famous to designer said he passed too soon. You bring up all the great news so sad about Mr Abbas? Yeah, straight from Patty. Oh, good. She say that Lori said. Love all along, she said all LeMond and lawn Vin. It's London lovey. Love Incoming Gorelova Stone. Yeah, God. House of Love On was established in Paris in 18 89 head. It was all but dead when Albert got there in 2001, so he was very feminine and just very Exuberant and wonderful, so I just wanted to If them I'm glad we had that. Okay. I know that's kind of funny. Um, I've got no screw Julia. I've got news about how sex and the city and just like that is replacing Samantha..

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"swinton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"swinton" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Nothing takes days from closing call, Let's go. Process the soonest Avlynn moocher! No sutras, Boy commas moocher must musica eveybody that Len whether Exitos 11 days a spoon to single. This is our work. My coming to America. Is that any things on you your character on a day? Come on. Yeah. You can look at them. They came in my room, Is it We're good to go now to talk. Is that? What does it matter? But Donna's still get nosy. Oh, Yeah. Do you remember that guy? I think it goes, But Dana's is that right? What a mother does it? Come on, man. The only man Hey. We'll see. Nash Swinton does nothing I say to Cinco mas musica..

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How To Fix Our Mind | Venerable Cunda

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:10 min | 2 years ago

How To Fix Our Mind | Venerable Cunda

"Today good morning got to noon on copy. Be Winning in Australia. You see when we see someone will say today. How you going okay? So let me introduce myself if anyone met me for on Monday. Ms Venerable tuned earlier. And this'll be my third talk of this year in Jonah grow. We Treat Center. And you'll be my last talk for this year because next month I'll be going to another Buddhist monastery overseas to support the in body monastery. We do have a few branch bonus and the monastic are required to go to different breath monastery to support one. Thank you so today's topic Always think of a topic or Someti- swinton things come out over the days a weekend and become a good topic talk about today's topic our about being restlessness a home having a crazy mine because myself and also bendable twenty anti body toucher Brenner retreat. In the weekend so I helped to Kentucky a retreat take body touched on the weekend and one the question that came up quite quite frequency was how do you do with restlessness at home and dowse quite common Christian in the weekend on the online retreat? And he's also say how do with a reminders? Going all with the placer here that's true. It's not easy has a at home in lifer that's doing crazy. Mine and one question was also was the reason why became a nasty and what stages are when to become a monastic toll. I'll try and combine all district crush together onto this talk. Okay so I'll give them a bit of background on myself before I came the body on on mystery so I was born in militia so I left militiamen quite young. Roughly twelve years old and I went to a place called silent because My parents was leaving the at the time working in the mines so so I grew up on Christmas Island and I worked here for roughly twenty years. So I was criticizing diller but I was born relation now. I moved to Australia. Roughly roughly twenty years ago. So I wasn't born the Buddha's our free finger. I want and I enjoy my locked the Max so when I was in my early S I was working up in the minds. And Yeah Spacey. Be a rebel idea. I want and I behave in pretty say just looking for fun and business did drink a lot and did smoke a lot when you were up the mindset. That's what most people at the time. Drinking Smoking and partying a lot and it was about twenty two years ago so we do not have much internet and working up in the minds. Uc's majority of the work is was basically men till became quite competitive and Yeah we say be aggressive so I call into those car mentality competing wine now. Nada and try and be a tough man. I been the website you. Yeah but I mean it was quite peaceful can after work. There wasn't much to do so most of us would just hang around in the pub drinking smoking and dismissing around. So I did it for a few years about two years. Ottawa got really sick tile and also can be up stock up in the minds not able to see my family not having a law freedom to just be my friend. Sir All go to other places because at the time I was doing my apprenticeship up in the minds so I was tactic for four years. So it's quite interesting so I started my Buddhist practices so I did notice. I was hitting quite aggressive. A developed a beer with time temperature so I used to explore in Rasiah working in the minds just arguing and fighting with before so it wasn't a good habit and a new habit plus our spacey drinking a lot lower and smoking to actually make degraded my mind and my mental wellbeing

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The Future Of Health Care

Mentally Yours

08:38 min | 2 years ago

The Future Of Health Care

"Odd Bjorn and welcome Swinton Yours Metro. Could he ks mental health podcast? I'm Yvette and we're doing things but at the moment because of the epidemic today. I'm chatting soup Professor Mike Combs. He's the vice chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners. We're going be fine the out about how. Gp's coping at the moment and how the health service might be affected after the epidemic We do know is I think. Definitely different general practice Evolved changed rapidly last Pepsi's accesses in a different way using technology and much more over way. But you know I think I'm despite the fact that has been changes work so it's GonNa. I'm still quite certainly where I would. Let's get to hear What's Today worked? Like how change because of the prime of it. So I think The Access to general practitioners. So we're asking patients to use the phone who use the Internet to contact us and then we're cooling back in assessing than needs and often weekly video consultations which we have helped in. We're trying to do with as as many agent requests hitting outweighs possible We're using more than one more. My Corona virus type symptoms. But we're also got the ability to save people both in the way I'd also Problems you are. A few people have been put off new ways. Contacting be found. People have adopted very quickly. Immi indicated you. I think people were the public with that. Had An amazing response and using services really appropriately and trying to keep away. She hasn't we have noticed that there was a reduction agent edgy cat activity. You know at one point. I think we're probably seeing a twenty five percent reduction of cool cozy against Over time has become slide worrying. And we're seeing fewer people they admitted to hospital for Co Coburg Related Issues Where seeing numbers referrals to Secondary Cancer Hospital Services has Jesus for example the two week. Wait referrals potential. Cancer diagnoses seems to have gone down by fifty percent. So we all worried that people have changed their behavior and it's and it's resulting Perhaps not presenting to general practice. We've probably be able to today. What about these mental health issues? Do you think people are still stiff? Hesitates to him thinking that they should getting touch that. Gps The moment useful thing. There is an element is I was talking to some colleagues From I AP and from so. That's the local psychological therapies service and also from the Somme and tell them to have reduced And I think we also you see few patients presenting with mental health issues which is again a bit of a worry. 'cause you know what we suspected that those programs have increasing due to the low kind due to the current situation so we all trying to get message out. General Practices Oakland to business. I mean we really would like to contact his a took him. Yeah definitely because I'm sure it's it's a very difficult time for lots of people for twenty two issues on that people with longtime mental health issues finding things harder at the moment but also Perhaps people who might not sit had mentally south issues before dealing with a great deal of sedans. Artie and other issues How you finding yourself that things like that. The video calls and of telephone calls with patients. I mean do you think it must be very difficult to support people especially with mental issues that way? Different I think. And we're having to adapt to that have to make the best of it and to be honest. We all able to communicate. We only see patients affected. Say is being in the same room with human connection and the definitely different I think it's okay. We're managing to have conversations and you know we do have the ability to see people and if absolutely necessary and of course We meet we have capacity to do that. We already sort of done how some people might be sort of hesitation about event the GP even if they had quite a serious issue are you. There might be some sort of Possible sort of Russians under people going to the doctor after tendon because over. That's one of the things that we have been talking about. You won't come next and I think general practice. He's starting to pass that and we want to avoid being overwhelmed and and we're starting to reach out to patients who we think might might be higher. School is situation where they might need our input so many long term condition and of course mental health is one of them. So we're thinking about well which civilian into to me to reach out to you Pets on dementia patients The pictures that practice of being at high risk for the reasons whether a history of safeguarding or perhaps domestic abuse history in the past you know building teams in the practice to then reach out and try and connect them productivity wrongly and just waiting to contact to What about GP's themselves? What kind of challenges? They face into the right mental health because it must be quite stressful time as a stressful time for all of us but it must be particularly Houghton Sosa from frontlines. Much me something where we we all. Well I think the changes in themselves and the ducks into new rated working has been one thing Obviously the risk of contracting to rotavirus yourself to play to think the meal Piccolo know patients. He's had an not a challenge. Either thing that we've come across the cruces A workload in terms of our shielding patients and contacting patients cat home near the vulnerable sincere and having difficult conversations about What they want for their future K. You know whether they want to be casual. Do they want to go into? And those conversations are really difficult to the best of times when you're in the face to face situation but during the do them have those conversations when you're not Is a is is quite stressful. So I think we all worried about. Gp We're trying to Offer resources And support for them to take it out their own well-being James Difficult time. Well supported the out there for GP's in particular. So I think we're so the the role Kanji the being a brokerage house. 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First poster for Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' dispatched ahead of imminent first trailer

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00:52 sec | 3 years ago

First poster for Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' dispatched ahead of imminent first trailer

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Parasite / Pain and Glory / Contemporary Chinese

Filmspotting

09:21 min | 3 years ago

Parasite / Pain and Glory / Contemporary Chinese

"Welcome to film spotting we've been reviewing Bongino hose films here on the show since two thousand six his monster movie the host was our first experience with the director's work which combined genre film making with social commentary and often comedy sometimes a little horror thrown in as well I was looking back Josh Oh pierce notes just prior to coming into the studio and it turns out the host reviewed with the original co host on the show now our producer Sam the next Bunkum we saw and talked about mother with Mattie then you came in to talk about Snow Piercer so we're now into two films from bomb long where we don't have a new film spotting host so I think that says something promising about our future yes we're committed I guess Ocho okay we both did where we both on that show well no we were both on that show I can't remember either but OCA- I try not to think about very much not because I didn't necessarily like it it's just so disturbing yeah it really is and you do get that with Bong on occasion not reviewed here on the show but movie I definitely recommend two thousand three's memories of murder from Bongino his latest film parasite just made it to Chicago last weekend and we are going to talk about it here in a second but we do also want to mention that we're GonNa talk about the second film and our contemporary Chinese Cinema Marathon Fruit Chan's the midnight after comes to us from Hong Kong and it's another one that likes to mix all these different cinematic styles together it's a blend of science fiction history and comedy and probably seven other words that we could throw out came out in two thousand fourteen and was made in the wake of some major political protests in Hong Kong long and here we are in two thousand nineteen protesters again on the streets of Hong Kong we will see how all of that does or doesn't influence our experience with the film but I our review of Bong Jun Ho's parasite I wanNA start Adam by jumping back to the aforementioned snow piercer in that bond film Tilda Swinton looks out at the scraggly lower class citizens live in the steerage section of that title train and tells them you suffer from the misplaced optimism of the doomed as we mentioned parasite also has class issues on its mind the movie opens on a struggling but scrappy South Korean family we've got out of work father play by song Kang Ho the star of a handful of other bond films and a mother played by Jang Hygiene as well as a brother and sister played by Choi Woo Shik and six Oh damn there probably those characters in their teens or early twenties I would say now from their semi basement apartment the Kim family watches at St level the world pass them by if not drunkenly piss on their building they're not in the best neighborhood when the sun happens into a tutoring job with an obscenely rich family the Kim see an opportunity with a few white lies and some scheming they try to find ways each of them can be of service the Parks Lee Sunken is Mr Park and show Yo Jong is the mrs now for a while things seem to be working for all parties involved but we do have the creeping sensation Adam that the lower class Kim's might also be suffering from the misplaced optimism of the doomed the class critique in Snow Piercer had all the subtlety of an axe fight appropriately parasite isn't quite that blunt but I don't think you could say it's subtle either hatchets are also involved at one point given all that Adam did you find that bonds new film had anything significantly different to say about class or is he highlighting income inequality just in a very different sort of setting here. Well I'm going to bow out of your question a little bit Josh because one I would need to rewatch nope Piercer to probably truly thoughtfully address that question and I would need a little bit more time with parasite this is still processing review we just both from the at screening but to that question of the commentary about class as we said it's really been a part of all of his films all the ones that I've seen any way not just in snow pair Suba going back to the host going back to mother there elements of it in memory of murder as well and I think the genius of Bong has always been not so much what he's trying to say but how he says it the new and inventive ways he's been able to tell what really is one of the oldest stories one of the oldest conflicts that goes back to the very beginning of civilization I agree with you completely that this movie maybe seems to be a little bit more subtle than Snow Piercer definitely doesn't have the camp element that you get particularly with that Tilda swinton character but before we really get into how Bong Explores the issue of class here and really what makes him so ashland filmmaker just a general comment having just come out of it we both really didn't know anything about this movie we knew basically at minimum that it had some thing to do with class and we did expect that but otherwise had no real idea even picking up all these comments these raves coming out of film festivals and all these tweets and letterbox comments about it we'd manage to not really have anything spoiled for us this movie was a surprise from start to finish for me but when you're seeing all these people that we really do trust and our tastes even align with just rave about this movie you go into it expecting transcendence not just smart and really L. Mater entertaining it a little bit provocative no it's gotta be borderline sublime and despite those high expectations bog June absolutely nails it here at least for me when it starts the movie high was according to wasn't snow piercer but actually one of the best films of last year from here Kazu Coretta shoplifters because that's a movie that opens just like this movie does with a family fallen on hard times they're out of work they are skimming to survive and that's what we get here and then we remember or reminded fairly quickly in this movie that this is wrong film and that he would sooner cut the heart out of the movie and show it to you that actually give you a lot of heart and there is a satirical element to this movie it's absolutely incisive when it comes to class distinctions it doesn't pull any punches about showing how loathsome almost everyone in the film can be we're going to be very Acre because we want all of you to have the same unspoiled experience we just did but then without resorting really to any sentimentality or convention party he also manages to make virtually all of those same loathsome people tragic or at least tragic in their own unique ways and they talk about classical Hollywood cinema the Lubitsch touch how about the bunk touch. I'm GonNa give you a moment without giving away any of the significant details that comes I think about three here's the way through the movie and at this point I've already been swooning over the camera movement the composition the lighting the occasional use of slow motion that just team so perfect the score which I think is wonderful here sometimes light and sweeping very orchestral and then it gets progressively more haunting and unhinged just has the story does and then you get this moment the does three things all at once and every Bongino film manages to give you at least one moment like this or the totality thirty of the film does this to you it's a moment where you laugh out loud followed immediately by recoiling in horror and not horror movie horror real genuine shock it's something terrible the just happened to someone and the crassness the absolute indecency on the part of the person who committed the act all while being an author of how it unfolded the cinematic dance of it the actual choreography of camera and actors and editing and the thing is I know you know exactly what when I'm talking about can I just ask does it involve a kick it done okay maybe benefits that you are two seats away from me and we had the same exact I mean did you go through that same yeah sequence of thought and you know and you're you're hinted at this as well but part of that whole package you described is also the understanding of why the act took place yes and being on the side of the person who committed it a little bit just as much as your other end yeah exactly which gets to what you're saying about how he handles all these characters shoplifters definitely came to mind for me of course a Japanese family there and that here Kazu Kurita film but really the filmmaker I kept thinking of here and has not occurred to me and other bond films was your ghost lengthy mouse this is tone tone but yeah waiting for this this is the dark side of shoplifters it's could very well be your go slant film in the way it is unbelievable gene about how dark humanity can get but also as you were just describing uses humor not the way horror or dark comedy sometimes does lighten things but to drive that point home kind of twist the knife I'm doesn't offer us release through funny moment but implicates us in the humor's wall which is what happens in that sequence that you're talking

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