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How To Fix Our Mind | Venerable Cunda

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

06:10 min | Last month

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 | Last month

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. Educating the major stake goes energy I think in a strong to encourage don't healthcare professionals just to think about themselves focus on their law style to take because die The sleep access always make sure they could social connection and try to avoid an unhealthy way the de de-stressing. That's really important will also Kim giving advice they can do. We're is in that practices to support each other and again. I think that there's a lot of evidence that that sort of support from your team has a huge benefit but we're also the people to resources the NHL has has a website people and don't UK whether fifty fleet apps not help tweak and managing stress. Mindfulness we'd worry anxiety to leak. Think they've been really. Well used an on on top of that the helpline album on mountains. That's seven days a week. I'd also bereavement support line Which I think is getting at both getting really take

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"swinton" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"swinton" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Anniversary one year ago today we came together we had and to the world that I'm your doctor love and we've been doing this ever since I thought it was really really cool you know being able to do this with you over here I have been I've been what awarded game of the week one time yeah in that in that year period so if you will do the honor yeah reading your card I think you would really dig it I think the audience would be interested in that too is it in here I missed it it is in there it's a there is serious okay there is a great gift the reason why I'm giving you these things a card and a journalist because the first years the paper anniversary okay so here's here's a card I'll love you till the end of time is that Tilda Swinton on their so I give you the wrong card oh oh no you got my card I got his guard up spring over Ono has is for him or and by the way your card says I love you till the end of time and it's it's still disappointing card there man sometimes even your love language doesn't go the way you want it yeah you know okay it's a free it's our first anniversary here's a card it says it's finally here you're gay card yeah Hey yeah all right I am Corey hello friend of gays this is great Corey it's been truly been a pleasure to get to work with you and get to know you this past year I believe can I read the rest of this absolutely I believe that the measure of a man rests solely in how he treats his spouse and children as I've come to know you you are a good man looking forward to many great years to come Dr love that is incredible.

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

Lights Camera Barstool

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

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

"I look at the French dispatched. The next move for Sanderson and we're recording on Tuesday. Trey was coming out Wednesday us. We don't have the trailer I imagine we. We know what we can expect a lot of people this movie. He released a poster. It's the most wes anderson poster of all time it's supposed to look like a cover of the New Yorker Magazine Snakes and the New Yorker also had the exclusive rights to release the first images this from the movie Has So many people in the movie. Bill Murray Franson Tilda. Swinton Jeffrey Wright Adrian Brodie Benicio ACL. Del Toro Owen Wilson Timothy Xiaomei Lee said do Liev Schreiber Elizabeth Moss Edward Norton Willem Defoe search around and Kristoff vaults Alz Jason Schwartzman Rupert Friend Henry. Winkler Bob Balabagn. I mean Anjelica Huston. The list goes on and

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Parasite / Pain and Glory / Contemporary Chinese

Filmspotting

09:21 min | 9 months 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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"swinton" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Bigmouth

"A small town cops Tilda Swinton as a Samurai funeral director because why not and a parade of Cameos. It's any good his a taste is planned to inform people about the Zombie danger before it gets I guess so because we passed farmer Miller's plays a little while ago. We need to inform inform him. Fuck farmer Miller okay my us together. How the fuck you kills me? Slow down a second clue. You gotTa Kill the head. Kill ahead decapitate. The only way to Jesus get prepared. That's unfortunately only shit. I got this. Mike lost meet. Our film chop. Wood is what does SHAMU FIT in. He sees I subside suspected director more admired than watched. Yes I mean he's here. He's very much and the people that love really love him. It's fair to say probably hasn't troubled the mainstream too much as possible to get your entire film life without seeing his films but has lost released only lovers left alive was absolutely beautiful and about vampires but Tilda swinton and at that thing that aims cool normally mrs by so many miles and actually felt ready coal if felt really really wanted to live through the night with them. Tell US sets up that don't die forest. Tell us what's happening on what he thought. It's as a cinematic achievement smalltown America we've got Bill Murray and Adam driver and clarisse avenues Cox which is in Dream Team is completely peopled by famous indiactors Steve Shemi IGGY pop turns up you can sort of fill then the rest of your favorite. The reser is the U._P._S. U._P._S.. which this Danny Glover's in their selena Gomez it's a hell of a cost say anywhere this Zombie outbreak as we've seen many times before and and the cops have to deal with as we've seen many times before and I've got to say I wasn't a massive fan fair like so it was going for cookie Kinda funny and it was going for a little bit of horror which before Shaun of the dead mice seems like an original combination but I was fifteen years ago and there was don't be land ten years ago and there was the entire flood of Oh? It's Olympic cookie accommodate this Gore all these terrible films that came out after Sean boy eats girl. That's a title island film a great title but not to members act so we've seen this film many many hundred so. I don't know what Jim was thinking..

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"swinton" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler

"I'm people and this is everything happens i've always been obsessed with time but i think i'm getting worse whenever i think about cancer all i picture is a clock and i start to feel a little frantic how they might get everything done when it's my neck scan and then i look at my son my beautiful snake obsessed side kick and i worry am i doing enough shouldn't have already started learning piano isis going by so quickly tech tech and then sorry mom and dad if you're listening to this but the fragility of my own health makes me completely obsessed my parents now that they're getting older how we take in all the trips we need to take how we said what we needed to say see i'm a monster and the weird thing is time isn't sexed time isn't just last hours and minutes it could be a blink or eternity ask any woman who had a baby oh you know exactly how many hours you were in labor or if you're with their mom who has dementia or you're son with autism who loves his rituals these are different clocks altogether we keep time differently depending on are season of life for personalities are experiences but also depending on are abilities and disabilities are possibilities and limitations today i'm speaking with doctor john swinton he is in are deigned minister and a professor impractical theology and pastoral care at the university of aberdeen he is a prolific the author and leading expert in the field of disability theology as well as the founder of the center for spirituality health and disability john i'm so grateful that were speaking today no friends you remember this and i'm looking forward to i'm so curious you were not always theologian or minister but you were a mental health nurse for sixteen years how did that dry you into what you do now that's true i was on a it's really strange because when you look back at your life and try workout what god wants from you it very often makes no sense whatsoever so the way i try to make sense of my stream of present as it for most most of my life my nest in life i kinda hung around the people who see the world differently so i spend a lotta time with people with mental health challenges people with intellectual disabilities people with dementia and when you hang around with people who see the world definitely for long enough you start to see the world differently yourself so that kind of ships and four on the way in which i i look at things and then another way in which i understand myself in the world and when i came in the eulogy it should have been i dunno in nineteen eighty name probably early nineties that became a place of vocation good i began to think well you know i've done all these things and i've thought about these things i do understand that within the perspective of foot gold is and who human beings are before go estimate formation turned into my vocation yeah and so these two things are although they're really different and and sometimes this and then an absolute necessarily it means the theologian i bring certain questions to the table that perhaps just like just come to school had come through a different route i wouldn't have been asking so mysterious germany's are when i'm sick of them actually i think there's some continuity between these nuts and years and years well you do seem really focused on these big questions not just to we are when were well but then who we are when we aren't i i find that people tell me about their fears a lot and one of the most common ones i hear people saying that they're really afraid that they're gonna lose who they are whether it's the illness or injury or disability why so frightening to people i think it's difficult when you see a particular sharply in issues in brain damage and something like dementia where people at more afraid of dementia then they are of cancer for example and the reason for that is exactly as you say that the people think that this particular condition takes away you're identity and the reason we were saying that way is because we we assume that's the way in which makes sense sales as a pass no not if it's something that we do by ourselves and so when people use language like you know he or she is not the passion they used to be what they're really saying is that they no longer can tell the story they use detail tell them so you get the idea of self as another biographical self but as long as you can tell you a story of where you've been where you are and where you're gonna be in the future then you are who you are but if you tell a story story when you used to be people who use that language you'll she's used to be that reminds me of 'em on each in care facility that i heard out where on the doors that there were life stories about the patients written there so that nurses and anyone who came in could could tell the story of who that person was beyond just like the pills and the regiment and the changing of the sheets and according to the people who work there it really it really shaped tape holiday cared for the people and maybe even how they loved them it does nothing but what that does is it gives bodey a context and so you know as a professional caregivers come in very late and somebody story and it's very easy for them to only see what they could they see the same of difficulty with a time of change and what that kind of thing does it remains this is a passion with a history of passion who is love many people and be loved by many people and continues to be loved by many people but what it also does is opens up the possibility that that passion is the future is one of the things sometimes concerns me in particular in listen to something like dementia is the solution is that what is important is oh is that just past bottom that which is present that pushes to come in the future i said i think that kind of the remainder of who you are known case a passion as a pass within a history but also says well what could we do since you especially a good future possibilities even in the midst of this group is injured you latest book becoming friends of time has a lovely i would say defense of of thinking about the limits in gift the time so what are some of the limits of the ways that like i mean i'm kind of a monster when it comes to like efficiency unscheduled limit of this way of thinking about time you mean you push the limits of you're monstrosity be really about me that'd be the biggest one of the things i do push into and that is the way in which came as constructed in different context in different coaches even so no people walk more quickly in new york and the do in paris if a different understanding of what famous but see logical time attain the gold has is really interesting because the way this august in talks about time he is he says the payments is deeply disrupted and you could see how much it overwhelms is sometimes son keep the sheduled inside of keep the time so much so we ended up with depression anxiety in all sorts of difficulties with particular with the western and cultures so keen to work you know quote gorge relationship as west time because he he thinks if goes in implicated in time than a coach injuries in good conscience 'cause he's he's he's changeless in august so he he just knows that is by coming to the conclusion that came came into existence when god created the world so time is a creature is something the power of creation and so when creation foles taking photos which is why we have so much difficulty birth control in time and with control in us and the essence of what he says we need to redeem time and put it to his purposes in other words begin to recognize some of the ways we think about tame in terms of punctuality in tasks may be important and ultimately we need to get things done but ultimately time has a different purpose a different way of helping daughter to participate in in god's creation of the world in that sense and i think claiming that back is is really important and that's why something i learned a lot from working along say people with intellectual show disability still example because you have to slow down and take time for those things at the world considered to be trivial because of you moving quickly in that context then you'll see nothing but if you slow down and recognize the significance of the moment understood ignificant so slowness of nuts since then you see a whole lot of things you could never see if you're a living a life of speed when we're talking about people at dimension particular can you give me just a sense sense of what kind of time they lead in an at what it takes from people around until late in that time without him yeah well normally think of him as as lindy and progressive moving from one pt the history to the next piece of history but when you get to that stage in your life where you living with dementia that mood of pain or being able to tense time to the past or present a future that is no longer available to you i saw the present it becomes extremely important to be with people in the moment is really really profoundly important which is something that we never do all of this qena driven by a particular understanding ataman owes watching the clock her was planning for the future it's very difficult to slow down and just fighting in that space within the prison but i see precisely the space you need to in the hobbit if you're gonna be a long say people were advised mention i i don't think i thought a lot about slowing down until i was forced to slow down and then it was like miserably slow it was like the the space between scams and just seeing inability tillis in future tense forced me to notice things but that was one of the most intense educations that i've ever received in figuring out what to love has now there's like a weird weird there's a weird slowness specially so i try to do this thing where everyday notice notice what the big moment as an owner always something hilarious my son has done where i would start have a meeting a very important meeting and i was on my phone he's in his little jammies and he crawled up on my lap he looked deeply into my eyes and he whispered now time to talk about this hurts of course roy cohn tiny talk about wizard of us grew i've been taught that there's good things to be found if you really can't just slow it down a bit yeah and i think the men in your situation it wasn't in for slowness so they're kinda kinda grieving process to go through fbi you're you're grieving for the speed the type of team that you're familiar with and you find yourself cast into this world of slowness which it is not the same thing as old as being in that world which you know many many people have seen from his that's just one of lebron but when you cast into that you have to you have to leave you recognize there's something loss before you confined the joy that moment where it says liquor essentially just son is a very wise little fella another reason why i'm so glad that were talking today is because if friendship in love the late john yang right one incredible guy from people who maybe haven't heard of him would you mind just giving a little a little snapshot of who he was and and the life he left vani 'em is the former of what's known as the largest community purchase french for they are at a place of safety in in a way it was originally is what you're saying but johnny began his life in the navy in the canadian navy so what's interesting is it.

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"swinton" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"And is this person who has not been through the battle of New York has not been alongside? The avengers has not fought alongside these people doesn't know any of these people, but is being brought into this universe, where these people know, her, and they know her legacy and they know what she's capable of and they know what she's accomplished, and she has to kind of like reconcile with that stuff. Is that a way to bring black widow back into the mix or does that feel? Cute too much like cheating is that something that you could see happening in the future. Candidate do what you said. Yes. Do I think should they I would lean? No, I think for me personally, honestly, I actually am like of the mindset that the original avengers, save Thor. I'm okay if they are like done done like I'm okay with, like, candidacy hall again, though, for sure maybe. But I don't know if we have to is what I'm saying you know what I mean. Like I think we can see hulk again. But if we'd never see him again, I'm okay with that because I feel, I feel okay, we're her story ended, and I think he s it sucks that, that was the way black widow stories ended, but I think it you know, you could do that, but it would feel I think a little too cutesy a little too much cheating. I think Amora works because, you know, it was something that anos family was such a huge aspect of it. And you create a story that is natural for where guardians three can go, the idea of searching for Gomorrah, totally aligns with the trajectory of those characters in that story bringing black. Widow. I don't necessarily think it aligns with a greater broader story that said, I of course they do that. I'm going to be buying in watch it. They've, they have yet to do something, where I'm just like, oh, I don't like this, like the marvel movies of at this point gotten enough goodwill that I'm just kinda like all right. I'm in. And, you know, I just think that they've introduced a time travel mechanism that makes something like that possible. Like, I think like, you know, like I'm so satisfied with the iron man story that I hope we never see, like, Tony stark back at least in like any kind of traditional form. I think we could see him in some sort of Jarvis form and actually, I think that would be fantastic. But I hope that, like there's no future main, Tony stark story, at least not for another decade or so. They could build something like that. But I feel like with, with black with a while they're doing their literally making a black widow movie like why are they doing that? If they don't have plans for her. I just I can't imagine something as tightly plotted as the MCI. You leaving her out in the cold as they move forward into the future. I feel like it just feels like such a strange choice. I'm here for it, if that's what they end up doing. But I also feel like there's just got to be some way to pull her back in. And I think that the way that they've articulated, their rules of time travel. They've come up with a solution potentially to bring her back into the mix. Well, I mean, unless that movie setting up Yuliana Bolovia, as you know, the next black widow in which case like, that's you have the, the essence of a black widow character without having to tasha back, which I think can work like, if that movie is like a subtle setup for you know, you're laying coming in, as, as an ex black widow following the events of endgame. Totally tracks totally make sense and an wild that they have established time travel in the MC you I don't think it's a card. You can play too much, like, I think I think going from time travel to now splintered realities. I think works I think if you use time travel, too much it becomes almost like a two day. Oh, sex monk in a. Situation yum. You know you can only do time travel for one season if you do it for beyond season. Josh, that's when the show falls apart. There wasn't a ton of time. Travel beyond season. Five of I know it was it was, it was actually alternate realities. Funny enough of a sorts Littler, we're not we're not gonna talk about that I get to pick and choose when we talk about Damon Lindelof shows, you don't get to dictate that. All right. So let's talk. Let's talk more time high stuff. Just kind of broadly. We've already talked about some of the, you know, that the wonky nece of time travel, generally. Well what, what's the highlight reel for you? What are what are your what are your give give us the hits at the time? Highest, what are the things that you loved the most all the cameos like honestly, all the cameos every time a character showed up? I was like, oh my God. You know, like having to ancient one back, I, I you know, I know that the casting was very divisive at the time. But, like I thought Tilda Swinton in this movie like was incredible as ancient one just the way she delivered her lines, interactions with the hulk. She was phenomenal. And it really almost made me be like manic. I don't wanna see like a eight. At one prequel with are now. So she was great having the moment with Tony and cap going back to the sixties or yes. Sixties I believe it was sixties or seventies to a get the cube in the past and having Tony interact with his dad was grade Robert Redford showing up like there was just so many cameos in moments of Rene Russo that, that I just that to me was the big highlight having so many players ca pop in for a moment to make a cameo in. I really, really loved from a fan perspective, and captain America, finding captain America like that entire thing. The that is America's ass was great gatty moment, where he enters the elevator that we all thought we're going to get a redo of that em him implement the hail hydra was phenomenal. And yeah, that scene of the to shields clashing, I think, out of everything in terms of like the action in the moments that's the one. During a time highest that I really, really loved. So that, that's where I stand on that. Yeah. I think Michael Douglas's flashback hair was my favorite. I mean, everyone was so excited to see, like the original ant man helmet in in, Hank Pim's lab. And I was just so excited to see Michael Douglas's nineteen seventies helmet hair. I was the thing that I just I thought it was so great. I it's it is amazing how much like that technology. I remember an expert on the last day and where they young if I'd people that it was just like, oh, that's really weird. I don't know how like how that look at now, you know, now, we're going to have a movie where Will Smith spacing Will Smith. And he looks like young Will Smith. And I'm kinda like that looks good. Like, you know, like the, the leap in effect. And like I feel like at first we were also against it to now. I'm just kinda like yeah. If we can have more sixty south flashbacks of ridiculous hair in into it. I loved the time. Highest I know that the time highs suppose a bit to fan service for some people, but this is the ending of an era, you know. I think they are they have earned the victory lap as far as I'm concerned the amount of money. They have made with these movies, while for the most part, delivering, really high quality movies some exceptions. Of course along the way. But I think they're batting average is, is really pretty. I don't know. You say a batting a batting average is high is a good thing. I believe that's correct. They have a high batting average, Kevin Madeo more wins than losses on their record. So I think that they can take some time to really celebrate their own history. And I think that they did it in a way that was really funny. What we didn't even talk about like this them going and seeing star Lord, dancing, and singing to himself and being such a spectacular Guber. There was so funny. It was just so funny. That was an incredible Beaumont. I you're right. That would that's up there as well for me just being able to cut the see what it was, like from the outside perspective of him, dancing, and singing because, of course outside, you can't hear the music was such a great comedic bit also. I'm I'm not sure about the batting average situation Josh at my extensive baseball knowledge is the unauthorized bash brothers experience. Yes. Oh my God. They call you Jose. And I'm Mark, Mark. Yeah. So that was you're right. That moment was was amazing. And I can't believe I forgot it. When are they going to let the lonely island do a marvel studios movie is what I want? Gosh, I don't know. Like who could do a dazzling movie. Now that Disney has the FOX movies back dazzling or maybe like new warriors, the reality TV version of new warriors or oh God. What was the east coast vendors? The Great Lakes, vendors give them like the squirrel girl team situation. Like I think they could do something incredible with that sticking in two thousand fourteen stuff where the great star Lord sequence takes place. This is the version of Banos that's going to become the new anos for the rest of the movie old Thanos the new anos. We're going to see the you know, the damore before she met the guardians of the galaxy series. So she's like ready to, to flip the switch on fantas. But hasn't quite done that, yet. Yet. And nebula is still very mean in this time line. And I feel like now is a great time to talk about the fact that Karen Gillan as nebula is like the unsung hero of this movie. There's so much that happens in this movie. That's so spectacular in great that not enough time has been spent on talking about just how fantastic nebula was as a character, and some of the very best acting I have seen in a superhero movie coming from her. Yeah, I think she did a great job. I think a lot of people, you know, I'm a doctor who fan and I really loved her character on doctor who and I always thought she was she was very talented. You know, I saw a couple of episodes of her short lived series of John show selfie. And I, I always enjoyed her, I think this movie like you said, really gave her a chance to shine to play these two tragic versions of the of this character that both felt like the same character starting point. But, like, obviously diverged in two different ways. And I think she did such a good job of conveying those subtle intricacies of portraying does to different people. And. Yeah. She was really really great that the scenes with her in Comoros. Specially knowing how far they came as characters knowing how far their story had come to see them almost regressed, but nebula being the one to like, extend that hand forward was really great and really great for the character as well..

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"swinton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on KCRW

"The film stars honors Swinton burn, as Julie, and yes, she is related the daughter of actress chilled us win who plays her mother in this film, Tom Burke, plays Anthony. The film is directed by Joanna hawk the highly acclaimed independent filmmaker and based on a story based on a relationship in her own life, Tilda Swinton, and Joanna Hogg are lifelong friends. They both joins us now from New York. Thank you, very much for being with us. Thank you, Scott. Cates, a pleasure. Tilda swinton. You, you knew the real guy enjoy hogs life. Yes. I did and forgive me. But did you ever in real life say to her? I don't know anything. Did you ever venture and opinion like this isn't going anywhere or news written? I didn't I think that, that JoAnne. Similarly, didn't see that was bad news written on him a tool, and one of the things that I think a modern audience will find really particular. About the stories the way in which this young woman who so impacted in so many ways is completely clueless about something that to us. When we watched the film, we see failure obvious. But that is true. We were pretty clueless. Also, it's rather. Interesting says reasons I think we were extremely naive Joanna awkward, what were those reasons because I've, I've got to say, by the way, Tom Burke, gives a great performance. But as soon as you hit the screen, my fatherly instincts were riled. Well, well, I didn't see that a toll. I saw someone who is incredibly articulate and intelligent would always have an interesting argument. But also, it made me feel somewhat inadequate because I didn't have the knowledge and the and what seemed like the knowledge of the world and how the world works that he had. So in the process of making this film. I do see a very passionate human being. But someone who had this self destructive streak, and that's very sad to me for someone who had so much potential, but never realized it. Yeah. May I ask you hug what was your thinking in not showing? Anthony story. I don't know how it came to drugs. We don't really know what he does all of that. Yes. Well, that's an interesting point because that was almost the reason why I hadn't made the film before because I felt that if I was telling the story I need to set it from both points of view. And I didn't have the confidence I, she didn't have the knowledge about this character to be able to tell his side of the story, and it's something I felt was like a failing in myself not to be able to know him better. But he was you can see he's portrayed. He was somewhat an ignorant quite mysterious about what he did. So I let go of this idea of having to be accurate and get the facts, right? But what is not about the facts? Anyway, it's about an impression of time, but I gave myself license not to see his viewpoint not I didn't want to see his point because there's a second to this tiles. Some of their sequel in the works. I gather yes there is. There is imminently mercy. Tilda swinton. What? How did you feel about your daughter under Swinburne, plane, your daughter in such an emotional film? Well, it was very interesting process because Jonah was talking to me about playing the mother for quite a while. And as the months went by kept asking if she was getting on finding the skull and Joanna loves to work, it fa- very intelligent reasons in my view with people who haven't performed before she, she likes to work with the wild animals, and we talked about. I talked to her about my, my friends, children, and on his friends and, and only finally about two weeks before we started filming did it to cut us. And, and I looked to have other as am doing now across the studio and said that somebody we haven't discussed, and she was valuable for so many reasons. But the very fact that she was not interested in performing she's still interested in performing. She's she after after this performance, she doesn't think she has a knack for it. She wants to go to university and Android psychology neurology. So, but I but I mean, as you may know Scott, I still don't identifies ACTA myself having dish made films for thirty five years. So one doesn't necessarily have to call oneself and actor in films. The show veneer of the title is, of course, also a painting that hangs in a gallery, which Anthony takes Julie to see in the painting recurs in the film. That's right. Anthony, seeing that in that painting, do you think? Yeah. What, what do you think because I'm still figuring it out myself and I went to see the painting, it's in the what its connection in Mancha scar in London, and it's a it's almost a miniature minute, and it's very detailed an I I'm still fascinated in y I was taken taken Judy to one. It's connection to see that particular painting. It was a favourite painting of the pus, and I knew. So it has significance. But I'm still yeah the onus truth is that I'm still working what significance as and I suppose I felt when I was being shown that painting was was, I was in some way looking myself, but I think I remember just thinking about it now. Remember slight feeling almost of shame or embarrassment that I was, I was being told that this relationship is going to be important in some way, or I was important to this man. And I hadn't quite got my head run that, that point when we first met, and in the film significantly when you win Julian and Antonia looking at the painting, they, they make different things of it. It's important that she doesn't really see what he sees it, it's important to him that she's very much in love that I am. Isn't audience now? But I love that moment. Because obviously that's important him to think of her as very much in love. Yes. Yes. Yes. And that was the pressure, I felt a young woman at that time that I was to be in love with somebody, so he he puts in the picture that. Joanna Hogg, who is the director of the souvenir. Tilda Swinton is one of the stars. Thank you, very much for being with us. Thank you very much Scott and very nice to speak to you. Thank you very much. At least one page of this year's Marjory, stoneman Douglas high school yearbook that brings smiles, it's photos of the faces of the fourteen therapy dogs brought into the school since last year shooting. The dog seemed to smile back couple war bow ties, spin ear of recovery at the school marked by rough patches to teams in parkland to live the shootings took their lives this year. There were other school shootings around the country to bring back nightmares in the first anniversary of the shootings that killed so many classmates, and staff therapy dogs were part of the campus strolled into classes, were therefore hug, brought a sense of comfort and calm to students and staff. Caitlyn. Tibbets. The yearbook Senator told BuzzFeed including them was a really good representation of our school. And what we've gone through seeing them as something with forward to every day. These dogs are going to be there until the last of us are gone. Orange world is short story collection that plunges reader into new worlds that are at once vaguely familiar and totally fantastic. Boy, falls in love with the girl who's both too old, and too dead. For a widowed tornado farmer. Yep. You heard that, right. Discovers how young storm can grow to overtake lives and mother makes a diabolical deal. It's the latest book from Karen Russell. It was a Pulitzer prize. Finalist for her novel swamp land, she joins us ner studios. Thanks for being with us. Thank you so much for having me, Scott. All these detailed visions of other worlds come from my goodness, feel like some of relatives think the answer is flu medication. I really credit growing up in Miami in some ways, Miami, if you've ever been there, it really is so many pocket universes, kind of condensed into one location. So, yeah, it's, it's a totally wild place. And then I think as a consequence, I was drawn to fiction writers, who are making these worlds will worlds. So let me ask you about some of these stories, bog girl is a fantastic story in always teenager, who works in the bog minds of an unnamed bog, mining community falls in love with a two thousand year old beautifully preserved body of young woman. You always have to ask for young love is concerned, is, is it lover mirror, infatuation? I'm going to say this is mere infatuation in some ways, but I was, you know, it's funny I just read this story at a at a high school, which is a terrifying experience for me. I haven't set foot in high school. Was that age? I confess that I'm really not sure how it went over. They seemed a little creeped out, and of course, in the in the story, I don't have to tell you, he he brings his new love to, to high school. And everybody is very understanding. You know, this is a funny story, totally to try to get right? I think on the one end I wanted to say something sort of earnest and true about I love, you know, that very tinnitus state of sort of discovering something about yourself as you're falling. But also I was thinking about what a game of projection, this life can be, and the kind of violence that we can do to real bodies project stories on them. So there's a there's a twist at the end that I hope is a little bit of a feminist take on. Well, yeah. And I don't wanna give anything away. But the, the implication, is that, you know, a lot of a lot of men just want women to be silent. Absolutely. Absolutely. I do think that, and I think it made sense to me, somehow that he would. Have this sort of rescuer fantasy about this bog body that he finds who conveniently is always smiling always serene. Totally inert. You know, not not really complex in the way that a real person is right? He doesn't have to grapple with sort of the dimensions of a real person, the titled story, orange world. I, I can't that. That's an actual term. I hadn't heard it before. No, this ended up being this wonderful metaphor that I stole from my actual kind of new, we went to all of these classes, I was very anxious pregnant person. And so we went to, you know, the safety classes, and there was this educator, who gave us this metaphor. She said, you know, green world is the ideal. It's this world of infinite. Attention perfect faith easy read world. You know, she described sort of true, health skates and, you know, you don't credibly dangerous situations. She said most of the time we're living in orange world. She said this, interestingly, maybe a month before the twenty sixteen elections. But it did sort of feel like a good controlling metaphor for all the stories that this book gathers up to me in some way, that sort of purgatorio space. That's you know, it's not really a heaven, it's not a true hell, but it's you can sort of feel those polarities. And you feel how quickly right? What a short commute it can be actually from your everyday into something that does feel quite like a hell. In your titled story..

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"swinton" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"And look at a wax me. I think they prefer it to the real me. How are we going to get this done? Well, you tell me do we have your permission to at us to the wax museum? Yes. You do. But I'm curious how you going to get a wax figure of me where my first my second request comes in you want me to make the wax figure. Well, would you? I'm sure that this is what an honor. I want to say what an honor. The you have said, you will put a wax statue of me in your museum as long as I make it and shipping, Hugh. Hugh, rare on her for me. If you can't do that. If it's not within your expertise. We would love to send our artists down to LA to get your match mental probably two hours of your time to get all your measurements done in take hundreds of pictures of you to make sure we have the best wax figure of kinda know Bryant in our museum. Let me be Frank with you. I don't need this to be that good. I think your standards are higher than mine. Do you have at Tilda Swinton? 'cause I looked just like her all you have to do is put a heat lamp on the face get it a little soft and mush it up a little so it's not it's it's sort of a square face and not as attractive, and you've got Conan O'Brien, and you can just leave the dress because there was two years of my life where I were dress. So that you have until the Swinton we don't okay, do you have a seer show Ronin? She's an actress right now, you can do the same thing. A little heat lamp on the face mush it up a bit. I pretty much have the same body as those two attractive women, and you've got your Conan O'Brien does that work. I'll con Il has to be you. If we put something else, there is a statue of me, a wax statue. And I hate to mention a competitor. And I know you like to imagine that they don't exist. Madame toussaud's in Hollywood has a Conan that they made in two thousand ten. I've seen him. I actually just went on my honeymoon to LA am I saw your Wexford their excuse me picture with it excuse me, you run away museum and on your honeymoon. You went to the other wax museum. I did that is so sad. You want to I did online honeymoon? I took my wife to talk show island where you get a desk. And you interview guests for six days in a row. Just why? No is it Boston figures that are in your wax museum. We have some because I heard you there, and I was like, wait. Did he grew up in Roxbury? Yes, we have Elvis to what other celebrities. Do you have tell me? Well, we have Tom Brady. I know he's not from Bosnia. He's he's he should be there foul. So basically, my face is pretty much identical to his. So why are you? Sorry, nor I really do. I often think I'm Tom Brady when I walk around people say, oh my God. I can't believe it six Super Bowls, and I go. No, no, no, no. That's Tom Brady. And they're like where's zone. I'm like, please. It's I'm not Tom Brady. I'm brian. So you could put a few freckles on the Tom Brady. And then you've got me what other celebrities. Do you have been Nath lake Bennis often right from Cambridge mad Beeman? Yeah. Yeah. Everyone whenever people say Boston. It's we go Dumond enough. Like, you know, what about other? There are other people from Massachusetts done pretty, well, they even still in movies. I mean that Damon. I thought he was in real estate now. So you only have a few Boston celebrities, and then you have and then you just have lots of other people like the other people we have all the president's right? We have world leaders like the pope and mandatory is the pope's from framingham. His mother Mother Teresa's from Brockton who else. We have the the Queen. She grew up in. She was in Newton north. She ran when I ran track for she was at our track rival at Newton north. She did the two mile..

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"swinton" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Yes. It's cold outside. Isn't there? Hera shea. Luckily here in the studio, it's me Michael leaders, always sitting across from David Jenkins as little white lies and Beth. Welcome back. Beth GP salutations, Michael. Which is my favorite phrase from one of the firms that we are going to be reviewing today to find out which is we go on right? Yes. Before we do. Do. We have any other business from from the towers, all right from the wise. Yes, probably worth mentioning top. The Michalik Hannah has just yesterday has returned from the Sundance film festival in Park City, Utah where she caught I believe fifteen new unseen world premiere movies and has reviewed a large portion of on our website and. Having read most of them the one that she really loved was the new film by the British direct to John Hawke souvenir, which stars Tilda Swinton and her daughter in the lead role on Swinton. I'm super excited for in that makes his way to the UK. And I gets it. I'm very excited to so a bunch of reviews tap, she. So the Sheila be film, didn't she? She's so Honey, boys. Well, which is the alma L Hurrell directed like memoir written by Charlotte birth about his own childhood in which he plays his father. Yes, maybe coming to a cinema near you, kind of a risk-taking distributor feels a bit frisky. Let me send that's London in which case charts to get really interested to see what comes over this. Yeah. At the ready to Netflix Boso changing. both Netflix. Thank sort Americanism. It must be it doesn't slip into my date glitch. But them. Massacre doesn't quite the same now punch. Does it and it means something completely different? They're both. So chainsaw difference. We need a tree surgeon dimes answers on a postcard. Speaking of reviews, we have this week's new releases to get through. I we have two great films to pay through this week. So let's crank on up. I is kind of forgive me..

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Former Port Richmond HS principal pleads guilty to insurance fraud

WCBS Programming

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Former Port Richmond HS principal pleads guilty to insurance fraud

"A former high school principal on Staten Island pleads guilty to insurance fraud are Steve burns has details. The car insurance rates in east stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. No doubt quite a bit less expensive than they are in New York City. That's where port Richmond high school principal Anita Swinton registered her Alexis at the address of a city schools vendor in former principal she had hired. The scheme was first reported by the New York Post last year and in June the city removed Swinton from her job. However, the department of education said swinging would still get her salary about one hundred sixty two thousand dollars a year, pending the outcome of the criminal case criminal case has now been settled between Swinton and the Pennsylvania attorney general's office Swinton agreed to plead guilty to a misdemeanor. She's been sentenced to three years of probation and was ordered. To pay sixty two hundred dollars in restitution the vendor Tanya, John was sentenced to nineteen months of probation. The post reports her company feats LLC is still getting new contracts

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"swinton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Fifteen one a new report in the Washington Post on the fake information. Russia was spreading pair for the Senate shows the operation scaled and sweep Washington Post got a hold of a draft of the report and the first to analyze the millions of posts provided by major technology firms to the Senate committee to a twenty year old Brock's man, now facing murder robbery and assault charges because the NYPD is saying in another guy who was also arrested beat up a seventeen year old last Monday night, and then push that teen into a street in front of an ambulance van which hidden killed angel raise in three no jail time for former high school principal on Staten Island. Car insurance fraud scheme Swinton was charged with six felony counts in one misdemeanor, but in a deal with the Pennsylvania attorney general's office. She's pleading guilty to one misdemeanor. The principle of port Richmond high school Swinton lives in the city, but registered her Lexus to an address in east stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. That was the address says the New York Post, I reported a city schools vendor and former principal that Swinton at hired. In addition to three years of probation Swinton was ordered to pay sixty two hundred dollars in restitution. She was fired from her job in June. But was able to keep collecting her salary about one hundred sixty two thousand dollars a year, pending the outcome of the criminal case in the words of the department of education. It's not clear what their next move is at this point the vendor Tanya, John did not take a plea deal. She was sentenced to nineteen months of probation. But the poster ports our company is still got new contracts with city schools over the past few months. Steve birds WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty Microsoft co founder Bill Gates. Was on Fox News Sunday saying he's in favor of privacy regulations for major tech companies saying companies like Facebook and Google should work with lawmakers and federal regulators to figure out where to draw the line between what they can and cannot do with user information to notion that there will be privacy regulation that makes a lot of sense the notion that the this ability to identify anyone that we're going to think about how to businesses get used that. And how does the government used that? It makes a lot of sense. There has been a harder push for federal laws to regulate online privacy is companies like Facebook and Google have been criticized for the way, they've collected handled users personal info..

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"swinton" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:15 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And text three one two nine eight one seven two hundred Vic. You ever thought about like who who's a weirdo actor that constantly is just like every time you see them. They're weird. You know, the one guy that popped in my mind when I was listening to you talk about this was Steve Bush IMI kind of sometimes played some I love him. I love you too. Yeah. We were just talking about him. Because usually, right. He's the. Yeah. No, no. Absolutely. And even if he plays like a nice guy. He's got that. Look, he's got that. Look, like, even if he's like, a nice, and yeah. Let's see we got Steve was in Galesburg on WGN. Hey, steve. I was Tennessee. What are we cash himself or not? Dennis hopper. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. For not just look, here's here's the things. The. Just watch Dennis hopper and blue velvet. It's all over. You know what I mean? Like, it's that's that's it. He's never gonna get. You can't you know, he's passed away since. And again, I've met I actually met Dennis hopper. He was interviewed WGN a bunch of years ago. He came through town. I think it was for you know, it was weird because like blue velvet came out the same years hoosiers. And in hoosiers, he plays like a really, you know, he's a he's a drug what he's really nice guy and he's troubled, but he's really sweet. And he, you know, and then in the theaters at the same time was, you know, the character. I mean, this is unbelievable character that that he played in in blue velvet, which is just insane. So, but yeah, great. All right. Thank you. Steve. Yeah. David Lynch likes to cast those kind of guys. David Lynch, man. Oh, man. Let's see we got a bunch of texts coming in. Alien in the northwest. Suburbs. Says oh my God. Vincent Price scares the heck out of me. My son. My son's name is Vince. And when people call him, Vincent I corrected immediately. His name is Vincent. Because that name freaks me out. His name is Vince. Three one four airy Tilda Swinton as an actress that's a little strange and always weird or bizarre character. She's fantastic and chooses unique roles. That's for Meghan. Yeah. Tilda Swinton is definitely she fits into this category. Really well, and she's in a she's in a movie right now that she plays three different roles in the remake of suspicious. Which I happen to be a really big fan of. But nobody seeing it. I don't know if you've even be able to find it. But till this went I love Tilda Swinton Tilda Swinton, his great. And I think she's a terrific actor, and and she's cheeses. Yes. She's just a little strange. I would imagine. So there's a little little strange. Let's see here's rich and Chicago on WGN. Hi, rich. Hi, nick. Good morning. Twenty two to wackos that that always come to my mind, and they weren't like big star actors, but they were always just range never played a normal guy. One guy who was Richard. Oh, my God written every TV movie he only played like escaped candidate. And he had like burn scars. Exactly, exactly. I love Richard Lynch. He freaked me out when I was a kid. He's great movies. He was in a movie called. I'll never forget he was in this movie called premonition. In the seventies. And he was so creepy in that movie, Richard Lynch going look this guy up if you people don't know who he is look up, Richard Lynch, L Y N C H. And and soon as you see his face if you ever watched movies or TV in the seventies. He always played the weirdo in the bad guy. Yeah. He was very good at it. He's terrific. Erica. Yeah. That's a great choice choice any other one which I think you agree with to scape. Sixties and seventies Henry Silva. Oh, yeah. Mission impossible. I mean, I remember a little kid. He he always wore the epilepsy. Son is uniform, and he them Nyquil laugh. Yeah. He always played an evil guy. Nice guy. Do you remember him in sharpies machine? Yes. Yes. Gallery to he's been stuff. Henry Silva has been in a ton of stuff. He was in. Crazy was he in Manchurian candidate or my nuts. Okay. That's cool, man. Ocean's eleven. That's good choices rich. All right. Yeah. Henry Silva, Henry Silva, he was in shark. He's machine he played like a hitman henchman. And he was tremendous in that movie. I I liked him in above the law. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's the thing about Stephen sales movies. This is this is true of almost all of his movies. You could just say Steven Seagal is and then the title of the movie. Yeah. Steven Seagal is above the law. He used on deadly ground. He is hard to kill his underseas under siege. He is. What was it was another one? There's more. But I can't go out for Justice. He is out for Justice. So that's all I can see take all is. You mentioned under siege. Are you're going here. I I told you off the air that I actually spent a week hanging out with Gary Busey who I'm surprised it hasn't been mentioned yet. Yeah. By anybody? But that's we're talking about characters who ear actors always come off like weird or crazy. No matter what they play. And so I ended up hanging out with Gary Busey. I didn't tell you the other part of the story. So he was in town for people who might not know. I'm sure if you if you listened regularly, you know, that in the fall of nineteen Ninety-two Gary Busey was here in town shooting that that terrible. Of a rookie of the year movie. And so my girlfriend at the time. Enjoyed going to clubs and she was very attractive. So I was like all right. I'll go to clubs with you. Even though it's not my scene. So we're at China Club. We went to China design long ago, it was China Club. And she was very attractive. I don't know what she was doing with me. But she was very very very attractive, and she could get obviously into VIP rooms at any bar or club in the city. Just because of the way she looked and then I'd be tagging along, you know, like this idiot tagging along with her. And so we got into the VIP room at China Club one night, and Gary Busey was across the room. And I walked in. I was like, oh my God that scared, and so I was like I have to go. I have to go over and talk to him. I just have to. And so I went over and this was nineteen Ninety-two. So it was about a year after point break came out. And so at that time. You know, one point break came out. It did well at the box office, but mostly got mediocre to bad reviews. And now, obviously point break is considered a classic. You know, what I mean like at this point? So in one thousand nine hundred it wasn't quite there yet like it didn't have the audience. It has now the very passionate huge amount of people that love point break of which I am the, you know, the the leader of that. 'cause I adore that movie. So I go up to him, and I go, I don't want to interrupt you. I don't wanna bother you or anything. Shake his hand. And I'm like, listen, I'm just a huge fan. I think you're great. And I really loved you in point break, and he's is lit up, and he goes point break man that movie changed my life. And then he started telling me all these stories, you know, about Swayze, and like how Swayze was really like Bodey in real life, like he's very spiritual. He did jump out of airplanes and do all that kind of extreme south. And so he's telling me all these stories and just eating them off. And it's great. And then for some reason he took a liking to me. And we ended up hanging out. He was staying at the West End across the street from the Hancock building. And and so he's like, why don't you come back, man? So we ended up like hanging out. We went to China Club. A couple more times we went we went up to other bars and hung out, and he's hotel and just and so whatever you think it is what it's like whatever you think what it's like to hang out with Gary Busey. You're pretty much in the wherever you think that is multiply it by about one hundred and you're in the ballpark of weirdness. And so. I'll tell you this part band. But so while he's in town. Because I'm a film critic, I get invited to screenings and stuff. And so while he was in town. I get an invite to see under siege. From Warner Brothers. They sent me because under siege was about to come out. That's awesome. So I get an invite to see under siege. And I tell them about it because it was the same week. He was you know, we were hanging out. And I was like. Hey, I got an invite to see under siege. And it was at the Esquire which is right down the street from where where he was staying. He was at the west and in the Esquire was right down on an oak. And so he's like what I didn't know about it. And I'm like, yeah. There's they're screening it right down the street. You know under siege right down the street. And he's like when I was like tomorrow night. He's like all right. Well, you think I can get in. I'm like, you're in the movie, I think I think it's safe to say that you can actually go to the screening since you're in the movie, he's like, I said, well, you know, what if you wanna just come with me, you could be my plus one and he's like all right great. So I go to undergo see under siege. With Gary Busey sitting next to me, basically doing what was before it was now he was basically doing DVD commentary in my ear during the entire movie. Cool, though, it was it was awesome. And he and he was like Tommy Lee Jones, and I made up this whole thing we have provided this whole thing. There's a scene in under siege re comes out and drag. This was totally mad. You're the director didn't want me to do it. And I said hell, I'm doing it. And then he was talking about what a jerk Steven Seagal was and then he insisted on not cutting off his ponytail. And they're like you're in the navy. You have to cut off your ponytail. And so he he's like, he's a jerk. He said other things worse things. But that was one of the highlights of hanging out with Gary Busey was having him sit next to me and do commentary while we watched under stage. Yeah, that's cool though. It's very cool. Very cool. And really crazy. And that was a it was a world wind seven day. That's all I'm saying. Crazy. He's nuts. All right. We'll take your phone call before we break. Here's Adam on WGN. Hi, adam. Hey, thanks for having me on. All right, buddy. What's up? If you'll allow me a, male and female, Helena, Bonham Carter. Yeah. Absolutely. And kind of through the bathroom window on this one but Woody Allen Woody Allen. Well, Woody Allen. Yeah. Yeah. For many reasons. Yeah. Thanks for having me. Okay. But he take care of those Adam. All right. What do you guys think? Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred actors and actresses who no matter who they play. They're always creepy. They're always weird. They always freak you out. Very distinctive weird actors three one thousand nine hundred seventy got some texts coming in some phone lines are open if you want to jump in. And when we come back. We'll jump right back into this this topic. All right. You have all had dreams growing up of seeing your names in the lights are on the marquee in the on the Chicago theatre even written out in the stars in the night sky. Even though the stars won't actually spell out your name..

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"swinton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound

"Maybe he lasted for that bit in love should be in this. Yeah. He would have been to what about the goal because the Gore's is gory is kind of classic seventies Italian horror movie, but it sitting in the context of very lush beautiful as we said something not Gucci Prada fashion advertising. Lots of ways and great beauty. How does the goal sit with you? Because there's one very gory scene. This big set piece near the end about and there are some dream sequences that turns out Tilda Swinton enforces onto coach Johnson's character. She's having who trained and they're quite they're very spooky and strain. Then we'll go comes in one sort of in one place. Yeah. I know what Horo yours would say about the role of gore where when the sharks jump scares play that role because I think he's trying to frustrate days to do it all at once, man. I quite liked the Italians invented the Benetton advert which goal beauty in order to sell fashion. So I didn't sit all could be with me. I was waiting for. And I found that. The bone cracking scenes when when the Dodds becomes. Those kind of amazing absolutely amazing. I was I was hoped from there because I Don the power of the female bodies says the power of the ghosts that were kind of operating here that was coming up through this building say that that hooked me and had me sort of glued to my seat. Like, I was in that building myself. I couldn't escape history and the power of these images in front of me that was sort of most ingenious see that's one that sticks in my memory that one. I mean, I find that scene quite gory. And she very graphic. If anyone hasn't seen the foam, you shouldn't be listening to this. There's a scene where Dakota Johnson is doing a daunt sequence in one room. And then in another room, the cameras cutting between these two sequences and every movement that she does articulates the body of another dancer, but in quite horrible ways, very unnatural, and sort of make her bones snaps like an accidental once I dance the other side. It's fights. Yeah. Exactly. But with an invisible assailant, and it's it's really horrifying and kind of visceral sickening. Dole works. Osteopaths that your life and the noises as well this so kind of oh, actually quite. So I think he's got this sinus. Nick, Luca for design, and it all comes together. And I think he's kind of off the hook ins is very with it. There's a spirit does does mean a size this speedier in Latin and Italian too. So there was a point where this film just sort of becomes long song. Excellent comes in I suppose, that's by is in some ways. Well, you read all the way through the move. So it's it's a fascinating film. I under- and fifty minutes is indulgent too much. But sometimes when you go to new if he conned into old who in this in this business cannon, those talk a little bit of then because Simone prefaced her comments by giving a little bit of rundown of what she told about each one of his of his films. And I think it's a str-. I like it. I think the strength that you can make kind of very stylish, but schlocky go geology movie, you can make gay romance. Senator. I think that's a strength. I mean, I'm always intrigued to see what he's going to do next. What do we think? People think he should just forever to spot paintings. I don't know if I see this spirit as kind of July foam, I think there is violence, and there is good. But those are sort of small bursts that's happened throughout the firm. But actually in the context of the film is quite meted paps more say than his other films, which are you know, more emotional pops..

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"swinton" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"But then they are faking their American accent, which is real. Levels member member that movie the movie, I love the Luca guate- Day. AL. I saw that twice theaters. I'm a lunatic. But is insane. This Tilda Swinton was playing everyone was like losing their minds because Tilda Swinton was playing a Russian woman who emigrated to Italy and had to speak Italian in a Russian accent allege. I'm telling you anyone. This little I'm saying Vanessa Hudgens is on that level. Anyone who plays their own twin? And yes, I can't the deuce James Franco, the deuce counts. Low him Lindsay Lohan Trump is her best performance. You don't ever top the parents clapping? I know you're getting emotional because of it. I hear you clapping. Okay. Anyways. This looks incredible. I love Princess. I love swab. I love an Esa Hudgens. I love European nation guy. Love among your Leah. Like take me to like some like non-racist version of what you think Europe is, you know, so linzie we are I think intimately familiar with two movies starring some of our faves that take place in fictional European nations. Let me see if you can name those nations. It's just a very spontaneous quit very spontaneous quiz. The first one. The first one is the terminal starring Tom Hanks Tom Hanks from fictional European countries. And you Herman all I don't name that. I can't I can't. The K krecko via crack, it's really close. It's Kosheh crows fad because I just guessed that. Okay. Okay. I haven't seen. Honestly, I love Hegg's. But I've not seen the terminal that often it is a tough movie to watch anyways terminals. Really great. I think it's a fantastic sad. It's sad for me. It's I don't I know. It's a it's a very like it's a melancholy move. That's why like I'm not out here watching the terminal casualty very sweet girl. Cosseted Jones, isn't it? Yeah. Okay. What's second quiz? I'm gonna I'm gonna count that as as right via second one second movie, we wash constantly I think maybe seventy five percent of at my bachelor party, a little film called the beautician and the. Sticks place in a fictional European nation. If that is led by Timothy Dalton it's a Russian Jason like trying to be like it's Russia, but yet, it's like stolen. We're friendly Russia or something. No, no, no, it's s- Thrush. It's yet think eastern European. Yeah. I'm just now. It's it's starts with an S. Now, just being like, I don't like I'm just making up words like I don't that sound Russian. That's how you think that's not how the writers. Did it stood Surra, bro? Vase wrong. You're not gonna get it. Slow bitsy. Slow vets GO. Let's fuck and like slow bits..

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"swinton" Discussed on DirtCast

DirtCast

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on DirtCast

"Blackout a tooth and peg in second care key make-up's, you know, some much fun as like an actress to not have to be like super attractive. Yeah. Like, you get to kind of get a little down and dirty. Yeah. You got to be kinda like gross, which seems appealing. Honestly. Takes special actress to or not to put an old age makeup on everybody still wants to look good, even if they're in an old age makeup. I would just be like make me into the most disgusting krone. I was just thinking of Tilda Swinton character spirit. She really different people. She plays. Yeah. But the old the old German gentlemen that she plays which I guess I should have assumed that all three of them were told us Winton because that's told us Whitten. But I was definitely like, oh that was very good. I thought yeah. How do prospects affect the actors ability to work twist clowns seems like a pretty good example. You can only use your eyeball moat. Yeah. You have to be a pretty damn good actor, John. I mean. Yeah. John carroll. His incredible. So are you working closely with the actors or the director in designing these sorts of pieces like twisties, for example for usability for like comfort. What's that process? Like. Well, crip comes out we have tone meeting. We have a special prosthetics meeting. We talk about how we're gonna do this easily. Why give him most of the details. The shorthand where they can just mentioned something crackly what they're talking about. So when you say long Cheney and his quantum makeup. You automatically know what kind of look is shorthand. So they kind of know what they're looking for, you know. Got an extensive memory of fashion backup, you know, be eighties. So right. So you mentioned anything what he's talking about. Then we decide you know, everybody's faces different certain people have more brow movement. So you have to remember that you can't put things too far down because wrinkles will show or they won't be able to open them out as much or they won't be able to put contacts in. But Darren criss browse. Okay. Yeah. Leave. I mean, the best the best example of tapper from horror story, right? She'd transact armed. Yeah. Can you moat through silicone a lot of people when you put a silicone on them? They tend to feel like, you know, they're wearing something on their face, which they are. That's gonna stop them from moving face. You help them go for it. Right. Sometimes you have to overeat vote because you have an extra quarter inch silicon and makes sense. Yeah. I mean that kind of goes back into the what you were saying about like admiring team is like another benefit I feel like of working with the same people over and over again that you get to like develop that shorthand, and you know, that tastes level that everybody shares. Luckily, people want to work on our show. Whatever reason. Sometimes we get to pick. You know, our friends that are at the top of their game. And we're very lucky. This year's been crazy LA is super busy right now..

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"swinton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Romantic drama. Call me by your name. The Italian director Luca guate- Nino returns with suspicion area. A remake of dairy OR gentiles nineteen seventy seven horror film of the same title. The new version is set in nineteen seventy seven at a Berlin dance academy. It stars Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson. Film critic Justin Chang has this review of suspicious. In the nineteen seventy seven Italian slasher movie, so spirit, a young American woman joins a German dance academy that turns out to be run by witches Dario are Gento turned that threadbare story into an art. Nouveau fever dream drenched. In candy, apple blood and a demon possessed music box of a score once reviled as camp, but long since embraced as a horror classic suspicion has haunted the dreams of many movie goers. None more. So than Luca guate- Nino who has spent more than thirty years trying to remake it you can understand why the director of such viscerally erotic romances as call me by your name. And I am love would respond to suspend for its lush stylistic possibilities alone. So it's surprising that this new movie departs from the original in every way imaginable. The visual palette is cold and grey Guarino has drained away, the bright, lurid colors, and most of the shocks and crowded the story with historical detail. At two and a half hours this spirit runs a full hour longer than the original. And it takes its time creeping into your veins, but creep, it does the movie is a hoot and a folly. But it's also a marvel a magnificently obsessive vision that comes to feel less like a remake than a rebirth. It's nineteen seventy seven the year of the deadly German autumn, and the still divided city of Berlin is reeling from the violent acts of the radical Red Army Faction also known as the Baader Meinhof gang. Into this chaos comes Suzy banyan, a strikingly self possessed young woman from Ohio who has just joined the prestigious Helen, Marcos dance company. Susie is played by Dakota Johnson who starred in the fifty shades of grey trilogy, and is thus no stranger to subjecting herself to extreme physical exertions. The company specializes in a form of modern dance. Notable for its forceful aggressive choreography, which expresses an embodies the traumas of Germany's war-torn past and present the director Madame Blanc is played by Tilda Swinton, an actress with natural sorcery in her veins. She begins preparing Suzy for the lead role in an upcoming peace working, especially on her jumps. But Madame Blanc is also clearly grooming her for a darker purpose. When you dance the dance of another. You make yourself an image of its creator. To yourself said that her work can live within you. Do you understand? Yeah. Company. Now, you have.

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"swinton" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"swinton" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I think the conclusion that trilogy, even though there is no allusion in it to mater ten room and yet Peter, Neil, most assuredly is an acolyte of mater, ten abroad. I mean, there are no two ways about it. He, he worships the darkness, the blood flying. Violence. So I think that that is actually the end of the three mothers trilogy, even though perhaps technically staking, it's not emotionally speaking we is, and that's the thing that we can have a completely different show about ten Abry. But the thing of him giving you an expectation and not in tweaking you, is that you think right. You look up that word if you don't know Latin darkness, and it's the most brightly lit film ever and all the murders take place in the daylight from I remember or really bright light. So yeah, so he's messing with your head. You know, it's not the darkness of of when things happens. The darkness of the soul say much of over and over and over again. And it never fails to reward watching because it is so unbelievably dark at the same time. That is so incredibly. Bright. It's a knockout film for me. And again, that's another one that kudos to done may in the team over at synapse. They did a really nice clean up ten break too. So if you pick that one up on Blu, Ray really should. Yeah. The snaps release of of suspicious looks gorgeous. I watched the extras and I was slightly disappointed with some of the extras that are on there and the, it's weird to me just how few female voices there are. As part of the extras is part of the commentary because it feels like as we talked about suspicious very much a female film and that I feel very honored in, I'm not trying to blow smoke up your ass Maitland. But you are the woman who wrote the book on our Gento. So having your voice on here, having Alexander's voices, part of the interview is just like. I'm like, well, how tough was it to get you guys together in the talk about Spiro? I don't really think I have to twist your arm very hard to do that. So it's like I would have liked you guys have been on that disc maybe as well. So I don't know. I was slightly disappointed by that that it felt like it was a little giving very prominent female critics little short shrift on that. I appreciate biting a hand here by saying that, but what are you going to do it? It's how I feel. So I want to know a little bit more about this news spirit, which I still don't know why it's coming out November second here in the states rather than before Halloween. This feels like the perfect Halloween type of movie. I haven't really looked too much at who's in it. What's going on. The only thing I know is that Tilda Swinton isn't it, and she is always amazing, no matter what she's in, and I hear that she's playing two characters. His, yes. And the Jesus outta me wives not opening around Halloween makes up the perhaps somebody thought, oh, it's too classy for that. I don't know. That's all I can think. I saw this movie at a screening that was not a critic screening. It's not a bad movie by any stretch of the imagination. It is beautifully made, but I'm not really sure what the point of it is. Okay, it's very handsome. It is very well acted. Okay. Here's the thing that I, I actually like about it a lot. I really understand the way in which the dance world is a cold. And I don't mean that in a bad way per se, but it's it's a way of life. She commit yourself to dancing, you commit yourself to a way of life. That is not the way most people live their lives. It's a commitment to. A world is extremely insular and extremely demanding physically and emotionally. And I think that the new suspicious absolutely captures that, but I'm not really sure that I am convinced that that idea of the insularity of the dance world and the cultish -ness of it carries through to the film overall. Tilda Swinton is fantastic and it she is so incredibly good. I don't even know what to say. She's fantastic, but I didn't come out of that film thinking, you know, holy cow, my world was just turned upside down. You didn't get punched in the face again?.

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"swinton" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"swinton" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"That'd be like okay got it so everyone is horrible monster season to the big new character is the shame wizard and so it's like loves this so and we got david foolish to be the shame wizard if you watched fargo season three he's the villain in that and he's in the harry potter movies the bad guy in wonder woman wasn't in either allen dr moreau or the beach yes you now and a doctor who i don't know but it's possible that he's in boatmen favorite bad nineties movies whoa any might be in the beach he might be like tilda swinton boyfriend in the beach or something like he's he's he's a bad ass so it's like anyway so it's it's that's anyway so that's coming out this fall the thing that i'm probably the thing do for here that might be interesting is drew the basketball movie i'm in you worked with kyra i worked with my dear friend kyri did it was where does he rank against ends l and some of the other great acts you know what he's a good actor yeah like i was like god it this guy can ends wearing they're all wearing tons of prosthetics yeah and it's you know i was on that show cavemen you know what i mean like i was one of the cavemen so i know what it's like to wear a shit ton of percents and i was truly impressed by kyri as an actor he's one he's funny too he was a good actor when you see the movie like it's a the movies there has to be some emotional thing for to carry that for two hours and he's got it man it's like he's really i'm sure do you have you gotten to know him this year in years past like have you there's a there's a chance he's appearing on this podcast interrupted any soon yes he's an i really i mean.

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"swinton" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"swinton" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"That'd be like okay got it so everyone is horrible monster season to the big new character is the shame wizard and so it's like loves this so and we got david foolish to be the shame wizard if you watched fargo season three he's the villain in that and he's in the harry potter movies the bad guy in wonder woman wasn't in either allen dr moreau or the beach yes you now and a doctor who i don't know but it's possible that he's in boatmen favorite bad nineties movies whoa any might be in the beach he might be like tilda swinton boyfriend in the beach or something like he's he's he's a bad ass so it's like anyway so it's it's that's anyway so that's coming out this fall the thing that i'm probably the thing do for here that might be interesting is drew the basketball movie i'm in you worked with kyra i worked with my dear friend kyri did it was where does he rank against ends l and some of the other great acts you know what he's a good actor yeah like i was like god it this guy can ends wearing they're all wearing tons of prosthetics yeah and it's you know i was on that show cavemen you know what i mean like i was one of the cavemen so i know what it's like to wear a shit ton of percents and i was truly impressed by kyri as an actor he's one he's funny too he was a good actor when you see the movie like it's a the movies there has to be some emotional thing for to carry that for two hours and he's got it man it's like he's really i'm sure do you have you gotten to know him this year in years past like have you there's a there's a chance he's appearing on this podcast interrupted any soon yes he's an i really i mean.

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"swinton" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"swinton" Discussed on WINS 1010

"And then slammed from the bq we towards the midtown tunnel north on crossisland parkway heavy from the liu towards bell boulevard in new jersey disabled vehicle in the garden state parkway right by just south of exit 127 which is for forty in woodbridge that is blocking the right lane here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels inbound george right now thirty five to forty on both at levels inbound lincoln tunnel that's around forty minutes ben holland tunnel seeing on thirty minute delays meant outbound tend to fifteen the bambridge that's close to five tomorrow morning you you are seeing delays at the gospels bridge but the outer bridge crossing getting into stan island that seeing up to forty five minutes a 'let's throw eggs neck whitestone and the rfk all moving heavy into queens i'm rebecca ms ours our next aboard at eight twenty one on ten ten wins wins news time eight twelve now the official tinted wins accuweather 4day forecast let's go to meteorologist carrie swinton hammer for this live report it's it's going to be a mild night tonight will drop to below 60 amid midtown reportedly cloudy skies one more day of warmth and also becoming breezy on monday with clouds and sun high seventy four but as a front approaches we may see a shower in spots late monday night the low sixty six wendy warm and hamdan on tuesday periods of rain maybe a thunderstorm as well ranko becomes study earn even heavier as we head through the afternoon en tuesday night of that could lead to flooding low lying and poor drainage areas high seventy rain will come to an end in the city by around the early afternoon wednesday to could linger a while longer to the east of the city sixty seven sixty four partly cloudy and central park humidity sixty four percent the when southeast of six miles of our again we have sixty four going down to sixty in midtown on accu weather i'm meteorologist carry shredded hammer on new york's weather station tend to win wins news time eight thirteen severe weather could bring the.

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