17 Burst results for "Vanessa Redgrave"
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Slash savage. Delta rescue dot com slash savage. So since the Oscars coming up. Since the Oscars are coming up. I I watched a movie last night I stumbled on blow up by Antonioni, it's about a nihilistic self-centered fashion photographer played by David Hemmings. Great job and one day thinks he may have photographed something sinister a murder. Plot's very thin Antonioni never really had a hit like this in his life. And the reason it was such a hit because there was a lot of not a beautiful young girls in planning English. Forget the art level of at the time. It was just a new girls. That's all and you say a mod London photography something suspicious in the shots as he's taking picture of a mysterious. Beauty play by Vanessa Redgrave, Vanessa Redgrave, turn up the psycho left from hell, you know, that. Vanessa Redgrave, and the others are in it, blah, blah, blah. So I watched the movie because the costumes are gorgeous, the sixties are portrayed in a you know, in a in a in a fictional way of what everyone thought that they were supposed to be enjoying. But unless you were drug addict that went to studio fifty four who is now dead running NBC. You didn't experience that I was on a either a subway or a bus going to work somewhere. But everyone else seemed to be enjoying the sixties. I never really enjoyed the sixties. I hated the sixties. I mean, I didn't participate in this lifestyle, but everybody can fantasize about this movie. So the point is it's quite political. And it leads us up to today in a strange way. Because he we have movies today that are not even entertaining. Every movie today is a left a piece of left-wing trash propaganda. Whether it contains nudity or not it's either this or that or that or this one way or the other it's anti-american every movie that comes out is somehow about the downtrodden. And poor or the oppressed minority or the LGBT crowd that somehow doesn't have enough rights whatever it is. It's never ever anything. But that that's all it gets produced. Take a look at your movies today. That's all. So I was going to watch it for ten minutes. And as I said, I got stuck on it me and teddy cold out. Anyway to wanna go out. I started thinking about how movies have fallen. And then I looked up. I always do this. I go on. And I look up the actors or actresses what they look like today. I almost I almost fell down you take a look like Veronica, the model, the supermodel in it as I said earlier, she was from Germany. I think six foot three you could faint looking at it in the opening scene as she's PO you look at a now, I swear to God like Stalin's housekeeper would be a beauty compared to what this one became what time and gravity. Does to us is a shock. I don't care who you are. You're not gonna fight it. No matter what you put on your body. No matter what she'd no matter. What you don't know? Mad vitamin you. No matter how your diet you're on time and gravity catches up with you one way or the other. It's as simple as that. Now some cases it's worse on some than others. Take a look at talk radio look at what you have that look at what and talk radio. Have you ever see them in person? Now, I am sent to be the best looking over fifty conservative in the American media, certainly by far and away the best certainly in radio. And why am I saying that well it's to get onto other skin? One and number two to take a victory lap that God still wants to be on the air, by the way. I gotta at some point. I got to say thank you to God. And I think that vanity and he goes away of saying thank you God. What you think about it? What should the walk around? Tell you. I'm ugly and broken. I'm not ugly, and I'm not broken. And although I do this every day of my life. I actually still enjoy it. And I love the energy people half my age. How is that possible? Do you know that I am not on one prescription drug? And I would I watch TV. I don't want to insult you. If you're walking around with your prescription big every ad on Fox News every year on every every new show is about prescriptions. I've never seen anything like a nation. Like this a nation of sick people. They'll give you this prescription for lower and lower another prescription another six this prescription fixes that prescription that I go to a doctor. They say what drugs you on? I say none I take it aspirin night saturate my tissue with vitamins, which I'll tell you about another day. Join the Savage Nation. Call now, eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"From home today. So I'm a good show you, okay? So Chris first thing I have to ask you is your headline for your review for Mary Queen of Scots Mary Queen of bores. I know you didn't right. Right. That you did. Yes seacrest. This was we had high-ups for this this movie. Also, my fault they rescue back did. Why did they record? What did they do? It's really boring really boring like people are having sex all over the place and murdering each other. And somehow they manage to make it seem like. Your life. Your life is more interesting life. They somehow just make it seem very kind of wrote and dull. Oh. It's very surprising. I love social Ronin totally wanna see search around and playing Mary Queen of Scots. But just I don't know it doesn't work. It does not well directed for one thing. And it's totally humorless. Which admittedly, it's a tragic story, but to their ways to find. The CW killer job with the young Mary Queen of Scots with this show called rain are EGAF rain, like the rain show was amazing and wonderful about the two young queens. And it was fun and dazzling and this I wanted to be. And I think that's part of it is it is a story that's told a lot. There's also that. Glenda Jackson, Vanessa Redgrave, which I think is pretty good from the early seventies. You right in here. The poor woman had the worst marital luck in history. Oh my God. Every time it just and the first one was for love and that worked out pretty well. But he died when he was like twenty one. And then the next two I really probably. Yeah. All right. So you didn't you didn't like that move back. You think back then they said they'd always say boy did he die young or do. They just assume that that might happen. Like, it was surprising that he died so young nobody seems to remark in the fact that in the second one was not the marrying kind as we used. Yeah. Argo ravage she's been nominated for some things I think she's good, and she has the much meatier part. Kind of nuts. Anyway. And you know, seeing her country's slip away from her potentially and worried about her smallpox Taylor Taylor Taylor swift spray for and he is fine. It's not the greatest part for him. Either kind of. Yeah. I don't know. There's just this sense that all of the people are being acted on by outside forces. And none of them has much agency. Mary Queen of Scots tries to take some very hard for me that the kid was that she was in the lead ladybird was that. Okay. All right. Yeah testing. Yeah. She's so good. Okay. Well, let's talk about the movie that I think is sneaking up on everybody as far as being major contender for some of these races for best picture the favorite. That movie. Did you love it? I like it a lot to be. I think I'm gonna end up making a top ten lists. And it'll be on it because it's. Describe this movie for us. Well, it takes its Queen. Anne who would be I think around four hundred years ago now and she is ill both physically and mentally. She said seventeen miscarriages the full woman, and she also I think is probably depressed. Although obviously not diagnosed way back then and to women one of them is already in her court played by Rachel vice who essentially makes all of her decisions for her and tries to make life comfortable turns out later in the movie quite a bit more than that..
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on Spoilt Milk Movie Podcast
"This next car. It was played by my absolute favorite Gye Colt. Ni on yelp, Jane and Michael bane. So Gye colony on the train and Michael Biehn being being. But he may be being this next car was played by Vanessa Redgrave Kate bunch and Judy Dench. You so Vanessa Redgrave Cate Blanchett on Judi Dench. Who is it for question? Number. Gin which was played by Charlie. Hunnam Clive Owen on Sean Connery. And the final question if this round and the final question of the quiz, which is played by Alec Baldwin Harrison fold Ben Affleck, Chris pine John Kristen ski. Right. Okay. So thoughts the quiz Donau hair the answers? So to round one question number one what gifted Cullen fouls take give to Cuban and the killing of sacred. Did it was a watch question. Number two, the film in which Jackson uses high karate Kolonin is the incredible question. Number three. The giant start chew was shit opened. Jeff Goldblum sexy question number four. It was a bumble bee pendant from the sense question. Number five, Bryce, Dallas Howard and Judy Greer play sisters in the terrific will save his the next question was all about predator to it was the son of Gary Busey, Jake Busey. Who is in the predator? Nice question was both the vampire slayer just Wedin said that Donald Sutherland was rude and aid dick question number eight was Corey Monte who sent a shot NATO tweet the procam that made him famous was Guli the panel to question was about Halloween. Hey, ch two, oh, the character who played Casey Becca in scream was none other than droop. Him all the final question about not potent playing two is called Hammond. She played evey Hammond in Viva vendetta and Jane Hammond in Jane got a gun. That's right. Okay. So round two was all about movies. I've been made into cartons, and I'm just going to rattle these onces off. So the first one was back to the future the second. Beetlejuice the third Belan. Ted kind of gave it away with excellent Foale was Conan the adventure. Five the walks. Six police academy I'd be interested. If many of you got not one police academy number seven problem child number eight robo cop, obviously kids know about robo Cup. One of the most violent films of all time number nine was team. Wolf the final question round was mass. On the final round was all about actors who'd played the same characters. So the first one Tommy Lee Jones, Billy Dee Williams and our net. Call oh played Harvey dent slush to face question to Kevin Costner, Russell Crowe and tower Najiban all played Robin Hood, the next question was a bit more difficult refines, Steve Coogan, and James woods all played Haiti's question. Number foale. Lou, Kevin's, Gary Oldman and Christopher Lee. Of course. I play Dracula question five Margot Kate Bosworth and Amy Adams played Lois lane. Number six. It was the punisher that Thomas Jane Doe on jumbo all played the next one was Gye Courtney until Neil chain and Michael Biehn. They all played Kyle Reese, the penultimate answer was Vanessa Redgrave Cate Blanchett on Judi Dench playing Queen Eliza. The first I'm finally Alec Baldwin Howard. Some Ben Affleck Chris pine John Krasinski played jot Kharaian, so as I said at the beginning, please. Now how you on? If you got thirty thirty brilliant if he got less than that good, thanks for sticking out. And let us know. Pote where we'll get to you. If you do. Thank you goodbye. Don't forget to subscribe to the spoil milk movie pug cast, you pieces of fucking shit.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"That's so much Nancy kind of farce thing where it's all about these relationships setting up the different dynamics rather than just like crazy kind of twin pranks. Yeah. Yeah, it's so then the the London side is calmer. That's more just lovely there. She goes again. Road. It is crazy to see Natasha Richardson. It is also crazy how much she looks like Emma Thompson styled like her in like. So similar styled like an at Thomson that didn't come about until a couple years after she has the haircut, the Emma Thompson will soon have pray and she's very good knit. This is right around the time the same year. She does cabaret on Broadway which saw her in which she wanted Tony four, very radical approach to an iconic character that LIZA Minelli obviously, kind of owns. It was the one without coming. And it's so funny because she's so gentle since she's like not in her other like she's not an iconic actress. She didn't really get the chance to be Patty Hearst. I mean, that's like that's. Yeah, I'm trying to think. What else does she? She's in Nell, and she did a lot of phones, but it feels like she didn't totally get to know. Obviously, she is acting royalty, jazz daughter, Vanessa Redgrave. She's my sister of Julia Richardson. She's the daughter granddaughter, Michael Redgrave, Tony Richardson, the director was her father, all that right. Big, famous, acting English family. She's also January ten, two. So she's just someone. Actually in England, they are the most famous family. They are absolute royalty, all of them, even though Vanessa Redgrave is always just grabbing the Mike and being like, I want to talk about Israel. People are still like venerated legend can do what she wants. Vanessa. Redgrave just had that insane like two year round where like everyone died around her, like he was just like tragic, horrible, like or meet a triangle, where they all fell to two different sorts of. I mean, like touch Richardson's death was such a freak accident, very frightening. Yeah, rip really, really good movie ferruginous film really charming. I mean, that's, that's the thing that this movie that these two performances really helped sell is just like how much these feel like nice homes you'd wanna be. And I like the because you don't see the home life before camp. You're seeing them through the eyes of each girl, sing it for the first time. I'd be totally happy with this at some point when. When one of them is like you have to come back because. Girlfriend? Hell, no. Few weeks this? Yes. That. So the British won any when she goes to see for the first time. She's the one who has to deal with the girlfriend. I know the first time, how do you didn't even know that she doesn't the data. She's like, man, I'm going to have to deal with this. That was supposed to be my sister sitting with over zero conflict. Nice, fun times. Nice. Trolling the puck with grandpa, everything. She has the footage shoot for the wedding dress. Yes, we detected super nineteen. Yeah, she has a great time. Also, it's interesting that the mom makes wedding dresses considering she got married. It's like a weird. Like what Freud would say about this? You know, it's going to transfer that you can't leave. Crime..
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
"There's still some cross cutting you have Vanessa Redgrave and her doing her thing and in the car. I mean, there's a lot of traditional suspense film making going on at the same time that you get maybe a not a satisfying, early CGI demonstration. I mean, they also they used real wind and like a lot of what they were a lot of what you're seeing terms of Tom Cruise getting dragged through the air by the pressure of the winter, like watching his his entire face tritter ripple down to his chest. That's at least it's being created by real wind. And I think that gives it a little more reality because the environment I think you're right. I think the environment just feels very unreal. The space feels very unreal, but he feels real and what's happening to him feels real to me. A lot more than when he's doing the Tom Cruise head cock. I am feeling feels that you kind of thing also just I like the spiteful -ness of hooking the the helicopter like there's there's a moment of expression on his face this just all right. This is how we're gonna play. It. It's one of the funniest things in the film. Yeah, I, I love that one and I do love that last. But again, it's such a diploma that last bit of the blade being that close to its neck is neck, went its neck trying to Tom Cruise, like a monster. That moment where the blade is getting that close to is neck. It's such a palm, a horror movie moment than and then you know the kind of the classic thing with the guy faints. After after seeing all of us unfold in front of him that the, it's not even train conductor. The would even call that guy's jobs. Whoever that guy is. He's not. He doesn't protect person. He's being charged out there. There is a somebody who works on a train, who's listening to this podcast, who's just throwing their hands up its sear..
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Plus you will white, and it was very interesting caution fittings at the very beginning, which was, I mean, literally, we will. It was. It was. It was a only despise girls will ever mix with Power Rangers. Mix with maniac in a way it was like proper white leather gloves and wine like bleach white ridiculous. So I really didn't want to go down that route. Playing somebody that was a slink boss of this criminal underground alms dealing network. He was over in a way. So we tried to make kind of weird. That was my intention to make a quite weird. Should we have a lot of fun? Yeah, I just don't want to make anyone to stereotype of somebody like that in a way. Did you stereo Lauren Bacall does this 'cause McCormick gave you homework? Does give you films to look? He did. He gave me like the Maltese falcon. Okay. To watch. And for some reason I downloaded this weighed one that was like some Amdrei version of it. I'll watch. This is really shit, and I'm really, I don't know how I'm going to go about to Kristen, and then I realized it was some embarrassed. It wasn't the real one. He just, you know, because he's like a proper old school filmmaker innocence over the usual suspects and stuff and all his favorite films of those sorts of films. And I love Lauren cool because she's kind of so powerful and. KOMO nding without using his sexually being wrought to size in any way. Do you know what I mean? She's not linking around trying to be sexy. She just plays the scene and just as her and that was really inspiring to me. There's a sense that she's amused by the the boys being boys in totally, and in a sense, she's got a reverence to that nonchalance in a sense that's like the really powerful. And I knew that Alana. It's just this power section of things, and she's she, you know, she saw of like, is this weird presence in the sense that Ethan will comes up against. And I knew that any on samba who characters that come before. And Vanessa Redgrave meant to be mom from the first. So I use that reference in a way Vanessa dolls, which is based really playful with some really dog stuff. And in a sense, it was an easy. We tried some some ways of playing that will ain't just really avert the dark and powerful and sinister. And an actually that became a bit. Boring. For everybody. Everyone. I'm chris. Here if you hear some saids coming from the video village. Yeah, that's bad himself. Yeah, exactly. So we, yeah, I just Troy to use messes idea really. Play kind of. Yeah, testing. I was going to ask you about that actually because I'm just about to go into a spoiler special podcast with with Chris MacQuarie, which we think may last couple of hours. He's, he's, he loves it. And I was gonna ask, I was gonna, ask him whether the white with it, whether Lana is meant to be the daughter of max, but she is. So that is something that was that. Was that was that something Chris laid out you from the beginning? Yes, he have your dear and originally in the opening bit, we see her she was supposed to well, I sung sung this big Nina, Simone jazz number, which was the most terrifying thing on any. I was only for months leading up to. I was just dredging and I had singing lessons, and it was really, really horrible. And ended it, and it was fine, and that she really only enjoyed it and I became his big childhood fear of mine in will. And then in the end, it didn't really make sense that she was at this jazz number in the middle of Michigan possible film when ethan's trying to save the world and me stop for this unknown blunt. Thing, jazz number, enjoying it too much and whatever. Chaz number in the middle of this movie. I mean, we'll show you the the outtakes. But in the end Christmas, actually, let's give it a speech where sort of slightly alludes to to Maxon moment only a few people picked up on it, but yes. Pardon? Exactly. And that was something in the cart that we want to portray in just in the energy of her that she's. Doing some weenie dogs often over loves it. But also, if if if there been more space in the movie for her, suppose it'd be really interesting to we talked a lot about if even her had more time together, they'd probably recognize themselves in each other completely in the sense that they've been herited..
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"But these three very different problems in these three very different places have an effect, rippling effect all of the world and so on. So I think I'm my director. Daniel buck did an incredibly good job of portraying each country with its own qualities and at the same time, its own desperate failings. So that's fantastic. You are. You are doing spectacularly. You've gotten every answer. Wrecked by the way on my little sheet. Yeah, you're running straight as as far as. So you were a producer on the film as well was producing something that you'd always wanted to do when you're career? Yeah. I mean, it's yes, but it's you'll producing from a different element. I, I wouldn't consider myself as the sort of define producers going to go out in a suit and sit down and convince people to give him money shoe. It's more from a creative point of view, right? This will be there's three films I, I've already had a film come out this year that I was also producer, which is called the twelfth man directed by Harold swat, which is literally one of the best second World War films made an I did the film entirely in German. Well, I play stumbling feel coach Dauga TC for you. It's true. True story of the Norwegian, partisan young Bouza who survived a months and months crossing. From Norway into Sweden, to escape a stop officer. As I said, open seven from fear cuts, Dauga undies a real characters and harles vault 'em. The Dutch director didn't extraordinary Joel with this film. It's a magnificent movie, and I was very, very proud to be producer on that. And I'm also producer on the Aspen papers with Vanessa Redgrave which comes out later on this year based on another very complicated novel by the great American novelist, Henry James, and that said in Venice, it's incredibly lush, it's incredibly beautiful. It's incredibly elegant. And you'll see at the start of next year. So. Producing something is is incredibly enjoyable. But at the same time it brings other stresses, of course, but then you get to be a mediator, not just an actor who rose onto the sad, give apart and then you know enough and do some yoga already. My thing you know weight is that I've been doing it all wrong. Yeah, had no idea. Yoga and to. Yeah. I mean, it's like. I'm just I, it's so funny. The actors that I've always admired, you know. From where I grew up with the Richard harasses. THEO tools, the buttons. These were our heroes. Of.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Nine two two two let's go to ruth is calling from new york welcome the kurdish and rita cosby here wabc wrote hello rub your library discussions i understand that cynthia nixon signed onto an antisemitic organization according to alan dershowitz she did that and they are anti israel so i wanna i wanna know how she feels about the jewish situation particularly about israel yeah and you know what that's a very important question because alan dershowitz of course famed attorney came out with slamming her and he's also slamming or she's friends with actress vanessa redgrave who has been involved in like isreaeli boycotts so i actually i think that that's an a very important issue for her especially like new york you got a big jewish vote it's very important in the democratic race support of israel and i think that that's where cuomo's also going to go after her to ruth because cuomo remember when all this stuff was happening over in israel and there were recent bombings and and a lot of them there's been a lot of problems there but last year in particular cuomo and over there remember he was like one of the first people to yeah now roof yes you realize sad cynthia nixon is shined onto a goof that says as long as the palestinian question is not been solved the issue should be a boycott of activities involving israeli companies so basically don't buy their products don't share intellectual property with them encompasses boycott which is embraced by a lot of people around the world.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And their families it is also four others the victims of police violence police brutality racially motivated violence and criminal injustice this is their story as well as the calls what i thought was really draft about that speech is his argument that what happened to nicole brown simpson and ron goldman than the fact that their families did not get justice for them is not something you can separate from police brutality and police racism in america right yeah if you care about justice for nicole brown simpson and ron goldman you have to care about justice for daily peas victims because the lapd is history victimizing black and brown people in los angeles is what made it possible for a jays defense attorneys to win an acquittal and i you know it's not a flashy speech it's pretty subdued in terms of his tone of voice but i think he makes that hit it really carefully really simply and that's not a kind of argument we see on an oscar stage very often i wanna go back now to to a much more controversial moment vanessa redgrave winning of the best actress oscar in 1978 that in the last few weeks you have stood firm and you have refused to be intimidated by the threats of a small bunch of zionist to lens whose behaviour here is an insult to the statue of jews all over the world and their great and heroic record of struggle against fascism and depression now you heard the booze a little bit but the blues got louder and went on and and i i don't think i d i don't know of any other oscar speech where the speaker lost a crowd like like vanessa redgrave cook dinner well and you have pen chair ski get up after she speaks indirectly refuted her in this redgrave that her winning an academy award is not a pivotal moment in history does not require a proclamation in a simple thank you would have sufficed that's an interesting case because it red group doesn't lay it out in the speech at all but she was talking about jewish protest of a documentary she'd made call.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Mm one two no nick cave woo no jan and in the morning above vic show ads bore there say now they known as day on cbs zaman dirty on the button period cbs's seven thousand dollars song that is by bon jovi never say goodbye at a plan that three p m hour with broadway verily and the blastoff scheduled for eight o'clock sharp this morning mostly cloudy cold day high thirty five windshield omega feel like is in the 20s down to thirty three tonight tomorrow mostly cloudy warmer a high of fifty but rain role one end tomorrow night so he got something you wanna do better do it before the monica sunday's is going to be a rain out or get wet math and other nazi i knew that tuned umbrella moments ago we were talking about joe patchy heaven of birthday today he's seventy 75 and i i believe that uh another star who have his work right here sue hours having a boat daytoday tomorrow eventually tomorrow tomorrow and we mentioned joke favorite move our favorite movies joe patchy news that my cousin vinnie if my favorite of his and then it evolved into war conversation lead fantastic performance of the young female stars that will be marisa tomei and somebody mentioned she when an oscar for that performance you said she was nominated and she did indeed win now and that was one of those situations where there's a lot of controversy that was the ran again that jack pallandt slants thranked i say balance you save poland's maybe he size believe that he says plans i better say he's not saying any now right off but they have him on some more recorded i are taken that long good night by remember haege he got down some people thought he had a couple of cocktails the does he got down of lauren did onehanded pusher oh he was trying to hear here an and there was some rumors that that that was a mistake that maria said didn't really win vanessa redgrave who at redgrave one and he just boggles the announcement right but now use we will we went on snow pse you can't always believe everything on snow sit which later said and i said but basically what they said is now that's absolutely people thought that that.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on WLOB
"Died gum giddy richardson state representative rich seeber and jj jeffrey in the house with a whole bunch of celebrity birthdays will start off with the famous phil collins phil collins carlos lurid i want to say he's probably sixty one he's gonna you morning jj abrams going to be older than sixty five i'll go 65 as well okay what you guys are very close we're not close enough you sixty seven oh wow collins sixty seven and that takes us to of famous actor several great movies still with us happy to say gene hackman oh how do they that is one guy that can play any part he can do anything yes i always do what roy i'm gonna say he's gotta be eighty mm gene hackman is eb to 85 almost ray he's eight eight eight wow another famous we will not as famous as gene hackman but christian bail moura yeah he's a good actor 'nother diversity um let's see osce christian is forty one famous for his big impediment i agree stability you say i said forty one forty one millions older than that not 45 maybe forty four also 45 put one down four rich 24 veil less okay this ladies in a few a hit movies uh any course you you know what they are we're talking about actress vanessa redgrave dd lou her range today also she's eighty you think so yeah she's she hasn't been around for awhile but miss it's hard to think of her that way but cheese gene hackman eu exactly so eighty also eighty two 75 okay you guys were very very close both of you she's 81 while he wanted vanessa redgrave and that takes us to ecosystems i'll give you an easy one ray will.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"As they really do feel like a couple in the movie a new never once the the whole thing about age doesn't even enter into it you don't even notice and age difference between the two of them and i also think as a woman it's so fantastic to have a film about a woman in her fifties who is vibrant and sexual and fund loving and desirable and all at the same time you know most women in their fifties applying mothers or schoolteachers earthy this is a woman who is playing a very complex character and is just such a superb performance and jamie's we see the we see her through jamie's eyes and jamie really holds his own and it's just a very very touching film and fun too you know the dance scene between the terrain as a just what a joy and then you know the rest of the casamance julie walters and vanessa redgrave and can cranham and steven greyhound army humble now just so another time for an another fun fact and correct me if any this is wrong but uh in addition to shooting in liverpool and in london you guys did do you went back the familiar territory did some pinewood which is a place you know well and then also a few of your frequent bond collaborators casting director w mcwilliams costume designer gianni in the name naomi jon now it on the air make of an air disaster it's good i guess you have essentially a stock company of people who you know really well ray i mean where he half the greatest collection of talent at one could ever possibly assemble and what was so great about it is so many of them came to help us said and because we were using these techniques like the back projection in various things like that a lot of wonderful talented technicians who you know were experts it in all of that came just for fun to help us out and it was really such a such a great experience and pinewood is like.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Anthony perkins john gielgud vanessa redgrave did you know when you started off on this journey can that this it was going to be star studied because that's the way you do merger on your antiques well it's an interesting question what are what are found was that with a great thriller premise and somebody like her being as bold as to have twelve suspects and three or four other characters obviously in the sort of real estate of a film you're going to have the finite amount of time with each characters everyone's got a really tell when they come on so if princess natalia dragomir of mysterious russian with a fortunate relationship to a handkerchief is going to make you wonder she's judi dench and then judi dench is who you need at olympia coleman needs to be a hildegard schmidt and when the two of them together you'd think we must but skopje and konta and there but then you open the door in this michelle fivethree they will never discovery michelle five because the rule often is that most famous person must have done it isn't it so we play a little bit with that because there's an equality of status we were talking to amanda in each he last week about the casting of death of in which is said fool of the masing performances and i wonder if there's one follow from the other if you have michelle pfeiffer in place does it then follow that you inevitably were od'd that jack up the first man i don't know how does that how does that were in in this one the magic he would wars judi dench judi dench said yes before a finished asking the question about whether she do it are trick to rather by providing the same loaded clue that was the handkerchief at this time with her initials on it and she rather light that she became the sort of magnet people like johnny depp and michelle pfeiffer flew to and michelle pfeiffer when she met djoudi was in tears she just the g a lifetime of worshiping that woman she got a sweetly not upset but she was she was a very full this was a big thing for her to act with somebody like judy 66 novels between nineteen 2019 76 the most widelyread novelist in history.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Anthony perkins john gielgud vanessa redgrave did you know when you started off on this journey can that this it was going to be star studied because that's the way you do merger on your antiques well it's an interesting question what are what i found was that with a great thriller premise and somebody like her being as bold as to have twelve suspects and three or four other characters obviously in the sort of real estate of a film you're going to have the finite amount of time with each characters everyone's got a really tell when they come on so if princess natalia dragomir of mysterious russian with a fortunate the relationship to a handkerchief is going to make you wonder she's judi dench and then judi dench is who you need at a live your home and needs to be a hildegard schmidt and when the two of them together you'd think we must but skopje and konta and there but then you open the door in this michelle five he they will never discovery michelle five because the rule often is that most famous person must have done it isn't it so we play a little bit with that because there's an equality of status we were talking to amanda in each last week about the casting of death of stalling which is said fool of amazing performances and i wonder if there's one follow from the other if you have michelle pfeiffer in place does it then follow that you inevitably go to jericho that jack up the first man i don't know how does that how does that were in in this one the magic he would wars judi dench judi dench said yes before a finished asking the question about whether she do it are trick to rather by providing the same loaded clue that was the handkerchief but this time with her initials on it and she rather light she became the sort of magnet people like johnny depp and michelle pfeiffer flew to and michelle pfeiffer when she met judy was in tears she just the g a lifetime of worshiping that woman she got a sweetly not upset but she was she was a very full this was a big thing for her to act with somebody like judy 66 novels between nineteen 2019 76 the most widelyread novelist in history.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You a thing or two that's probably a bad sign for the future of your marriage i would think or she accepted it if she would have liked if she talgua i'm saying what if she goes in gets him oh yeah yeah yeah you're not you're not gonna the answer jerry first match play little gone call just the tip yet i mean just dipped is that a better or is the motorboat in line better that a move that line right there's the because the whole the whole scene if you think about it when germany's talking about that and he's going on this rant that par right there is always like lumped into just being like a one little liner that thing is a perfect feet in there he just he subtly puts it in there and then keeps going above people cut that out out and it's amazing there's so many lines in them about it you got walking in the movie is it a vanessa redgrave isn't that who is a warmth is in the movie and she flashes is there's a lot of good scenes will farrell at the end let me the best anyway so if you have a wedding a jerry's been crashing welden since two thousand let him know by the way if jerry rice has oh jane seymour that's right sorry i screwed up a try jane seymour abed appeared on this excellent you idiot by the brian had it looked at up to zillow that took him he could have been later on it just hammering you but he didn't think alex your back he's got the answer in front of them uh let's see i messed up exactly i was gravy but you is due in that country would that mean the girls m the girl that you tried to hit on mom flo let won't let you leave the room to you touch it really ease that is so good jerry rice wedding crash by the way of jerry's ever crashed her winnings you mean crash should bear a wedding since two thousand six has got to be somebody listening were cherry grasser wedding as me some is yet.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"1966 blow up michelangelo antonioni um a you're seeing this one group oh it's chippy it's almost um i don't know he he did this is i think his first englishlanguage film at stars a vanessa redgrave and some other dude whose name i can't remember it doesn't really matter i'm it's about a photographer who thinks he might have photographed a murder while he was out uh photographing shit in the park i mean he's generally does like fashion models and shit and he's like lives a party kind of lifestyle but then he gets obsessed with like blowing up the film to see if he can see what's going on in it um if he actually did see the murder and it's but it very weird too like i don't know what's gone out the fucking mines playing tennis don't ask me the ending his super ambiguous but it's it's already but in a really good way um and also a blow up which was by brian depalma starring john travolta nancy alan enacting eighty early '80s movie and was loosely based on this movie um blowout blowout sorry yes because this is la via um anyway definitely were checking out another criterion one uh all right number three for you first movie oh maybe on first but one of the first moves seen feeder not only move for a long time but after i think i've seen something else but perfume used it intermission for kids mary poppins very fun uh in spite of the awesome.
"vanessa redgrave" Discussed on KOIL
"I know about you know playing a palestinian terrorists i knew that vanessa redgrave was for the palestinians and i knew that i was confused and i didn't know much and i was pro israel not that i was confused the know much i was pro israel even in 1980 eight but i have sympathy or had some kind of because that's what was the the media was was pushing much more the sympathy for the palestinian plight at that time the victimization of the palestinians and now i have the latest palestinian character so i have to now incorporate that part of my psyche i didn't know about terrorism i had a superficial understanding of it and then it was like a baptism by fire for me researching the row i'm not going to go into detail today how i did but i met plo members and the syrian mosque in los angeles i went to the museum of tolerance met with the rabbi had their and member meyer talked in the israeli council general and many soldiers and friends of mine israeli friends of mine and back then even there was there with their with their voices in the wilderness beckoned but no one knew who they were because they were in the coverage steve epicenter instance and besides the problems at that point if you you know you're a young actor you in hollywood and there was this whole dislike today it's kind of groupthink think i.