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"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

14:37 min | 1 year ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"Alive and he's got another wife and a kid and she's like. Oh yeah so it's I don't know if she would have been expected in Italy to just been permanently gently wetted to him and like that was her life yeah. I have no idea so I don't know if we have any Italian listeners who no anything about world war. Two Yeah because I imagine they have like quite a main embezzlement attitude about it because well. It's it's hard to tell what would have the attitude have been right after the war were towards the widows of soldiers pursue died and how would that have been treated versus later versus now and basically she was widowed at like twenty and then have to spend the next forty fifty years of your life essentially living as a widow. They'll be pretty hauch yeah but it'd be easier to handle handle if you were in fact a widow as opposed to now my husband just left me yeah for someone else and he's getting to have a spouse and a child and everything that I would have wanted to have but don't get to have because I'm waiting for you to come back and you can't be bothered to come back yeah yeah. It's it's it's it's pretty intense film into of the emotional stuff that's going on. I did WANNA talk at pointing little anti-climactic but swimming about a little bit about the visuals. How did you like those. There are a number knbr sweeping shots especially in Russia with regards to the landscapes he had since we big shops across the snow with the soldiers marching and everything it reminded me you bet of the one that we watch those worn piece. Oh Yeah 'cause you like you have Napoleon's army. The guys are dropping dead. Oh yes they're marching back in the snow and it's the same with this like people are dropping hypothermia and whatnot are marching in the snow including Antonia including Antonio now until he gets to make involuntary giant Snow Angels. Yes as he's being dragged across the snow and then there are sweeping being shots of some flower fields like just field after fi let no it's just one giant field of sunflowers yeah. It's a wrap around the first thing we see sunflowers at the end so it will middle there sunflower like there's just some flowers so in case you're wondering notes not figurative title. It's it's like literally lots of some flowers. Yeah I loved his party slot. You ill-chosen word in the circumstances but the sweeping being shot fall the butch crosses across those hillsides of where the Italian soldiers had beeen gene yeah that was like Oh my goodness and the that that really yet that they get you because it was a bit more brought home a bit of the numbers hours of just how many yes yeah there were because it's a very like most of it focuses very much on a very small. A handful of characters is mainly just the two of them plus. Antonio has mother plus Masha his new his Russian wife couple of like all the characters but that gives you some of the of the scale I thought the the scene you briefly mentioned in the summary of Antonio being left behind by his comrades. That was what really really heart wrenching 'cause the guy like he. He really tries yeah. He really tries to carry on toenail but Antonio is just like Adriano. He's he's kind of. Hof Dead. He's He's don't movie and the and the guys just like. It's obviously never said but you you just get the look on his face and he the point where he realizes either. I can leave this guy behind to die why why can continue trying to help him and we'll both freeze to death and that's really that's really awful but that hope brief actual war sequences really is really efficiently dumped on the other scenery shots to wrench it slightly really to a lighter topic the they do a lot of juxtaposition of the old. Russian churches with the onion domes and the more industrial bits of Moscow media do and back and forth between those buildings or train tracks and versus the little OL- old wooden houses back and forth between those that was kind of atmospheric in jarring way yet while so you kinda get whiplash from stuff that looks sort of like it could have been you know a hundred years well hundreds of years some in some cases uh-huh to stuff that that would have been modern for that time yeah when it was shot or not long before when it was shot yeah and in one show I saw there was a whole bunch of cranes up so you definitely get the impression of like Moscow is a city that is being built up the time yeah yeah and it was stuff that was now allie and I would think that's very central Moscow but then it's like okay it's it's gradually expanding out outskirts yeah yeah yeah yeah and it was interesting just getting to see brusher from that period in a Non-russian. Ville yeah cold and it didn't into me anyway. It didn't feel super alike with just showing you the Nice idealistic bits and you know you get there. There's some kind of want to under the house. Yeah like you get some very kind of tumbledown bits village where you have roofs. I am just like I dunno corrugated iron kind of strapped on Thatch Yeah will the facts looks quite look rustic and and plus or ask yeah. There are a lot of dirt roads yeah so so I find interesting. They're not like trying to manicure everything and make it look like look how much more advanced the Soviet Union's than everywhere else with super futuristic. That was interesting. I I mentioned this when we were watching the film during some of the actual battle sequences search. They're all very many one. Yeah is really just one. They have won killed red flag superimposed across the top of it. Ah Come on like that was kind of weird yeah. I don't know whether this is like a direct the. I don't know anything about director in politics politics so it'd be interesting to know whether they were like a leftist like yeah. Go Communists all weather. It's just we'll stick a red red flag on here so it's clear it's it's the Soviet troops attacking the Italians because it's you know people's uniforms aren't super clear but it was it was interesting and very unusual to see them attacking on skis and with Tommy guns yes. It has all of the Russian troops looking very much alike because you don't see any faces. They're just all in the white snow suits they parachute in they put on there it cross country skis. They have their Tommy guns and then they ski into battle. Yeah which which kind of weird I mean I've never heard of the actual power Howard trooping bit by did know from listening to the Dan Colin goes to the Australian series that yet the the Russians did in some places ski into battle and I know say did cavalry charge which you don't think of something as of as something that AH would happen in World War Two but did in some places just because it was the best way of getting around but yeah that must must be terrifying like just when you thought things couldn't get us. They're attacking so yes that was pretty lead incredible to see a film version of it is brief but it's almost as incidental but like I said before older no well. It's like what pick yeah so. I think we've given a flavor of the filled yeah. I think we have yeah. I feel like maybe I could have done with a bit more time to process it. It's very emotional and a lot of what it's trying to say is around and it's kind of like a what what if in their lives what if they made this choice what if this had happened instead of that so it does kind of get you thinking about the what ifs of life yeah definitely which in everyone's everyone's life is going to look different of goes yeah so you'd recommend this to other people. I was very good yeah awesome and presumably that means you'd be keying to see other films with this director this Cosstalk. I will actors yeah 'cause trying to Suss out to watch your way well a little bit but also it's. It's it's interesting for people listening to be like okay. Was it good enough. There's all this was fine. I kind of enjoyed it. No this is good. I WANNA see more work by this director because I did see that the direct and a civilian and Marcello Mastroianni were in a few years before this was cooled yesterday today and tomorrow I think it's like a anthology apology piece where they play three different couples a better thing. That's more of a comedy yeah. That'd be interesting to say eh perhaps scientific podcast because it has absolutely no no. I'm not suggesting doing it for the podcast. I'm just suggesting watching it because I've had to be good. Gotcha all right well. Thank you carry for being a fantastic guest once again. Thanks for having me on all right and thank you for listening.

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"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

14:13 min | 1 year ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"This was terrible this really bad thing to have gone up in yeah so so I don't WanNa be all like wealth he of course she should have gone right back to her and it should have been an easy choice in how could he have struggled with with anything 'cause no he did go through something that was incredibly difficult but he builds a life with another woman and has a kid in a nice little the house and all this other stuff and meanwhile his wife back home is morning like has pressed the pause button on her life yeah tirelessly while she's waiting for him. Yeah I mean you talk about like alternative lives. The other alternative is if she'd he'd log onto Russia at all or she'd gone to Russia and not managed to track down which is also a likely outcome yeah. It just seems it's like everyone would have been so much happier if they you know she not actually. I don't know because this can't continue. We need to like not move on with her life. If if there wasn't like someone said Oh yeah no. He's definitely dead. Even oversee would have had to beat a case of mistaken identity but no I think I think that she needed for her sick with getting being able to get on with their life. She needed some sort undefinitive. Oh that look there he is. He's alive or some sort of definitive. No look there's his grave he's dead. Yeah yeah that like found somebody who buried him or something and then she could have gone on. I don't think she would've been happy that he was dead but she would have had closure yeah yeah. I think maybe if she'd just gone to Russia. Never found conclusively one way or the other maybe she would have continued to. Likey Kesari live my phone poles but I mean for front Tony and certainly for Masha Antonio's new wife lashing wife brushes yeah second wife yet that would have been happy because I feel so bad for her. just like you'd have this you say this this guy's life you've been with him for years and years have walked like four or five year old. Alor Setar bit older than that but still yeah and then he's just like Oh. This women's turned up right now. I'M GONNA be sad all the time yeah which I mean our owner made a significant amount of time elapses between him Giovanna finding him for the first time and him then travelling to Italy Italy. Yeah Yeah 'cause they established very well. Traveling such Soviet Union during you know for most of the Soviet periods is not easy. They don't particularly want to let you just go in the end. I don't WanNa give this part away but they do make it very clear. In the movie that time has passed quite it's not like he he runs after her a month later it significant vacant time has passed between that meeting and then being able to go to Italy yeah. It is interesting. 'cause it's in some ways. It's kind of like you were together the for twelve days yeah together for twelve days and that twelve or maybe two weeks maximum and the APP that two weeks completely center lives on completely different trajectories yeah yeah it it was kind of like almost that defined the rest of their lives in the sense but it was it was interesting how their lives kind of them paralleled in Russia shining Italy so for example they both start out in well in Italy it was in Antonio's village and you know it's kind of this rustic Stackhouse village and Antonio Masha live in this rustic house outside of Moscow and then you see Antonio Masha move into who or get moved into a nice new apartment which is made a big deal yeah which is made a big deal of it and it would be a big deal to that little rust roster cows to know apartment and also you know after Giovanna comes back from Russia she moves to a city he moves out of the village moves out of Antonia the house she had been in with Antonio and moves into a fairly modern apartment in the city as well yeah but you you get impression that she'd been a city dweller before because he makes a big deal about how she's Neopolitan yeah and you mean they'd ever use the term cities. -LICA- is more sophisticated. I don't know what she's not rich. No no no. She's not rich but she I don't know. I guess she's a seems Shit. She'd says the Army seamstress. I pay my own way yeah living with relatives yeah. That's why I think she says something about how she was better off was still alive or something yeah yeah but she's initially dad was a barber wasn't yes so they wouldn't have been raking it no no but maybe lower middle class to middle class yeah but still city life for very different from small village especially. Batman although she's like Oh your reform and he's like no no. I'M NOT GONNA look at these hands lectureship or a plumber or whatever he is yeah some sort of trade. He's an electrician. He's saying he's a plumber carry just because he's Italian sir. I don't get that one. It's me Mario. I'll just ruined the podcast. Yes s you have completely ruin it. Shame on you right okay. Let's pull it together. Yeah I mean the relationship was definitely very I believed it. Even though I thought like choices Connett stupid yeah getting married right after you've basically known each other for like two days is stupid yeah but they do make the point of like it's not like we were the only ones yeah they do. Make a point of a lot of people seem to be getting married in order to get the twelve days of leave and she said well you know twelve days. The law might be over anyway which she's kind of like identify with us just a joke on her. Paul or whether that's genuinely at that point. Italy was looking so like like they. We're GONNA cave or the nobody thought that it would spiral into a huge world war like World War One had been but it it seemed like the the bridge bombing completely changed her mind. Yeah I mean I get the impression that by the time they meet. It's leads the thick of things I mean just judging by the file. It's far enough along in the war. The presumably the British can be bombing Italy because it took them a while to get to the point where they could share. I'm guessing that was would have been attacked. Load for multiple could be wrong. Well the idea. There's there's no that point of the plot doesn't seem to be really important but it. It seemed like the war hadn't really touched stems in the hadn't seen anything and then they're going for a walk and they see a bridge get bombed them as individuals. I guess yeah yeah I suppose because it's not he'd done a tour of duty before I think he just got pulled up yeah. It's not clear and I don't think it really matters yeah it also he seems a little bit only older end so maybe early thirties. I think that he says somewhere in there. Yeah I mean he's supposed to be early thirties. The beginning of the movie yeah yeah. He looks about forty at the beginning well. I think you know at his end. Age is supposed to be late forties so oh yeah mid to late forties or something so that makes more. I think they cast the actors to be the age. You're supposed to be for the quote. Unquote end although the end is like the last two thirds of the movie so yeah which does make more sense. Yes yes yes although feel Iran does a better job of being able to look younger for the beginning of the movie and then ages. The movie goes on even though she's basically incredibly beautiful throughout so all of us watching it. was you just going. Sevilla ran is gorgeous. Why it's it's just like she just throws on whatever address and you can sometimes the you'll see you're getting dressed and she just puts on this wrap dress and suddenly she looks incredibly amazing as opposed to just the slip or whatever baggy shapeless whatever she'd been wearing before yet. I mean you did have issues with some of the costuming lean choices. Oh yeah there's one point in which her bra strap gets cut. Her dress opened a little bit and so it's just like back in so field. The red was amply endowed woman. Let's say and it's just kind of like usage. You'd cover up a little bit. More are fewer than going to run like that because that would not be comfortable to run with your Bra Strap broken. Your it is kind of like the directors like no no. It's fine. We just want to keep things the way they all yeah yeah to have her costume like this with an extremely the is a good choice it will be appreciated by of the audience at least MHM Yeah Yes. That's not totally cool but that was really like this was not a movie that was all about sex and how much skin and can I get away with showing focus of it. It wasn't but you do also get the impression that for the twelve days before he's shipped shipped off to the front. That's pretty much all that doing apart from when he makes the homeless yeah basically because there's one point they're like. I don't even know what day it is all whether it's six o'clock in the morning or six o'clock in the evening so yeah so I mean maybe that's why sorry just being crude now why he was so he gets back. What do you mean well and will you know when he's when he's deciding the actually he's going to leave his current wife and small child and go back to Italy Day to see if he can make things work. Maybe that's the re Irene I was being flipping saying or would just have sex all the time. I think maybe that is part of the problem with his comparison between the two relationships is he had this one very short very intense period of relationship with Giovanna whereas he's being what like it's never properly. We'll never clearly established ten to fifteen years has a kid yeah they specifically reference the fact that Stalin's dad and certainly they wouldn't have been lying foreigners in prior to stall in dying so yeah it's it's so that's that's why I'm heading twelve years minimum so he's been with his come wife for ten years plus and the had all likely ups downs off relationship and you know life being difficult and boring boring at times and it's being like a normal real relationship. This is like honeymoon and that's it honey mood and chilling out and they had the whole time and drinking lots of wine yeah but you don't but Giovanni also clearly loved him. was willing to wait and put her life on hold for years ears. Yeah I finally come back. That is really interesting because you think that you know several years off to the war fish. We should just got come to the conclusion. Napoli not coming back well. It depends on how I don't know what the attitude of Italians was towards war widows yeah yeah whether it was like he did for the country so you shouldn't marry anyone else because that would be cheating on that to clean when she does come back at first. She doesn't tell when she comes back from Russia. After seeing Antonio she first doesn't tell Antonio's mom that he's still alive or at least you get the impression from that from our conversation because Antonio's mom calls her a whore. Yes she stopped wearing morning. She has her hair down. She went on a date with a guy who's I so. I don't know if she calls her. Hor because it's like well your husband's dead and you're kind of married read forever eternally to this dead guy and that but then Giovanni comes.

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"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"Solely sunflower that before we let you know what we thought about it. We're going to have a quick summary Marie off the plot spoiler warning massive spoiler warning. It's pretty much impossible to talk about this film a toll unless we give away. A lot about wisely happens so yeah. That's a major plot point where you find out definitely one way or another about a third of the way okay through the movie so we can't discuss it without giving this away so if you'd really like to watch this movie and be surprised. I'm afraid you'll have to go away and watch it now. Before you can come back yeah I mean I don't think you'll be massively surprised but yeah all right spoiler warning issued carry so the main characters are Giovanna and Antonia now and most of the beginning of the movie is told in flashback back to when they first met or dating or just hooking up upper. Whatever it's hard to tell I think cooking up his family movie I see them. You get the impression they've known each other up. Maybe a couple hours or a few days maximum anyway. It's Miller World War Two or at some point during World War Two and continues to be sent to Africa and he's just on a few days leave He and you decide to get married. He gets an extra twelve days leap at some point during that twelve days they fall in love and they want to get him out of having to go to war so they decide that he's going to act like he's crazy and so he gets a psychiatric dismissal or medical exemption from the war it it doesn't work until we get sent to the Russian front line kind of punishment drawn a Gal yeah. Yes reserved yeah. He basically has to volunteer to go to be sent to Russia and from there he doesn't come back so Geoana spends the next ten twelve fifteen years. There's no questioning. Every soldier comes back and trying to find him and looking for him. She does eventually find somebody who says yeah I was is in Ukraine. Ish probably you're not sure exactly where because he's trying finds a soldier who was with Antonio in Russia but he's like it was the middle of nowhere thousands of miles of snow. You know soldiers all around death cold cold so much cold and this other soldier basically says Antonio just got to the point where he couldn't walk anymore and he told me to keep going and and so he was just left in the snow in presumably die of hypothermia but Giovanni doesn't believe he's dead goes to Russia to try and find him and then the rest of the movie is will she find him won't find him will they be reunited won't be united and she spent so much of her your adult life living as a widow because he's missing. He's not listed as dead in the official roles. He's just missing so what's going to happen and that's where the rest of the movie unfolds. Exum a great setup thanks Carrie and we sold having spoilt it so sir but we're GonNa but that's that's basically the first third of the movie. The the next two thirds skimpy two-thirds words is the issue is resolved yet cause. She travels to Russia end finds her answer. Yes tilson yeah so how'd you like it. I liked it. I thought it was really good. Oh great yeah. I saw that I mean there was some problems technical problems with the movie version that we watched the sound wasn't great so it messed with the music and made the music sound weird there were also some portions and that were not translated into English like it was dubbed which Allie hates anyway sorry Martin I know you like dubbing but then listeners lush guests Gotcha and then but there were parts where it wasn't dubbed in just be the conversation in Italian apropos now. They're yeah like this point. Geoana end Antonio were making an Omelette it together and I could tell what they were doing just because I spoke enough Spanish and the context clues but once they got off the topic of making the Omelet and they started started talking about something else. It's like nope nope can't get this speaking really fast enough coordinates. Spanish the Italian Nia while they were talking about the food but it was just so that caused a few problems that was mainly in the first half to third or whatever and the version we watch that that was really annoying thing and distracting but that's not the way the director would have intended the movie to be yeah and and that would I think had more to do with the version the quality of the version that we watched yeah as long as you version that is fully dubbed into whatever whatever language you would like to listen to it into yes or you know the original with subtitles. Yeah I mean I found that was interesting. Costing it as far as the dubbing. I know hundred percent like get the impression. The severe Laurent probably herself. You've done about Marcello Mastroianni. I don't know whether he spoke English or not so I don't know that he did but but all the Italians alliens had Italian accents so that was initially a little bit weird because it's all drew attention to the fact I mean I guess it possibly would have been gene. We're done if they were all like hello. My name is entered. Yeah I am definitely Alan and that would've been weirder. Yeah it also. I think that's why I generally prefer subtitles lever over the dubbing because you don't have distracting accent thing well. It is a bit weird when the sounds coming out of the mouths and the actual mouth movements don't match up yes yes yeah and they're all because the subject matter they're awesome times where people are getting pretty irate and you just feel like it would sounds better in Italian those them. I know one person who had an internship at sesame street and there the entire goal of the internship was for them to count how many times the puppets miles moves like opened and shut so that when they translated sesame street into the other other languages they'd be able to make the script fit so that it matched in the other languages what the puppets mouths were doing in English Bache. Oh my goodness that sounds excruciating well. That's why you give it to the Internet you wanted to. Oh concepts restrict you went to work in film. You get this horrible job not that this relates to the movie sunflower at all but just just a random dubbing facts. Yes random dubbing fact that that's pretty fun. I'm glad you liked. What did you think I found on the pacing slightly altered like kept thinking okay. It's GonNa nearly be over now a solo at the same time knowing there was still quite low minutes to go just like take. The story didn't house. It was a bit Lord of the Rings E in that. It's like okay. Here's the end not not the end yet. Okay here's the note not the yeah I mean not. It was bad as that but it just didn't feel like it didn't feel very tightly written but not necessarily in a bad way. I mean it felt like it was probably more true to life in that regard. The ATHOL was very true to life in the way it ended what happened and how things shook. How yeah that was that was quite? I guess believable allow also slightly random. I think we're at the point where it's like okay we can. We can say stuff. We've done enough spoiler warnings if you're still if you're going to be upset with us off to this you know don't we can't say we didn't tell them mm-hmm. Yes that was like it was very random that he ended up going to a prostitutes flaps so he could use code so basically at one point. Antonio is alive and he's living in Russia and he's found a new wife and kid but then he travels back to Italy to see Giovanni noted carry it goes back to see his Mavra hill yet he goes back to see his mother but really goes back to see Giovanni and can they be an item again because Giovanni found found Antonio and then immediately ran away and got on the train so they didn't get a chance to talk or anything and he's like maybe I could be with her. You know I spent twelve years not even in fifteen years whatever not even trying to get back to Italy but now now I will try and then he goes back and then yeah yeah you think that he's going to sleep with prostitutes and as it turns out. He just wants to use her phone. Yeah it does seem while Giovanni to see if he we can hook up with her. Yeah run away with her or whatever something yeah but then he just goes around to her house and does sad face sir. I mean Marcello. Mastroianni does very good sad face. The acting is really good yeah yeah. I think that's why I would really have liked to see see seen a non dubbed version just so that that wasn't kind of getting in the I mean you could say subtitles getting the with performances a bit yeah well. I don't know there was there was definitely a at least with Sophia. Loren there was an arc with her character and her the movements and her hand gestures and the way she was in the beginning of the movie versus well before she knew what happened happened to. Antonio versus after she found him because I found that her hand gestures and her movements and just the way she acted like it was bigger and more what I would say stereotypically Italian with the way she gestured with her hands and then afterwards she's quieter and the most subdued subdued is a good word for it yeah. She doesn't start grieving really like even though she's wears wears morning while he's disappeared and she can't find him. It's not like she's really grieving because she thinks he still alive yeah and then after after she finds out what truly happened she stops wearing black and she's no longer officially m. warning but there's something about her behavior and the way she she gestures that becomes different okay but it makes me. WanNa Watch again to see if I could notice that yeah the hairstyle it goes from you know very short when she was younger to wearing it up and back to then finds Antonio Tonio than she starts wearing it down again. Oh Yeah I definitely notice the half but then in the final scene she's wearing up again. How did you feel about him. As a character in his choices show is I was a bit of a jerk yeah leaves. Her ilise is next. We'll basically Masha becomes his wife. Yeah essentially and then he's like ready to leave. Marsha like he's just I don't know it. It is sad that it's like a it's very much of what could have been what could have been with his life with Antonio's life and Giovanni life if they had been just allowed to live off together and get married and world events hadn't ripped them apart because war is I don't want to dismiss World War or two and act like it's not a big deal. It's not a big deal to have been a soldier on the eastern front during that war like that was of course it could mess with your head. Yeah I mean it's interesting because the film in some ways is not that interested in going into much detail about the war but it it does enough to be like okay..

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"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Russophiles Unite! Movie Podcast

"This is a last minute podcast weren't able to arrange another guest. So you know actually knows a loss minute one because I don't have any deadlines for this one at this point. This is just me trying to get ahead of myself actually PSI instead of procrastinating procrastinating. You're thinking ahead. Yes something like that something like that but anyway for listeners who this is the first episode. They have just have a call any episode that you've been on before. Could you tell us a little bit about you. I am Elliot's wife. Which is why I'm on so many of these things I'm an easy guests to get on and your around Yeah Yeah. I'm I'm physically around and we do watch a lot of movies together together on a regular basis alley and I met while we were living in Russia so you live there five years and when I was there about six years total yeah and we were friends free year before we started dating and in that year I fill up we watched quite law stuff that was well you started my UK cultural education by making me watch yes minister and in yes prime minister yeah was a lot more TV than films and although yes ministers an excellent series so it wasn't it it's comedy. It's great are highly recommended over the irony is it's considerably less false ICAL than current partic- politics yeah. That's that's very true. I would love for the Supreme Competence of Jim Hacker. Right now yeah in case. Anyone doesn't know it's currently March Thirtieth Twenty nineteen when or recording this so so yesterday was the scheduled Brexit Day at hasn't happened and parliament has rejected every single possible option option so that's why we're saying that things seem to be shambles day. TV character who is characterized as being relatively incompetent is would be a better prime minister and better leadership than what we currently have but that's that's probably enough about UK politics Russian movie podcast a exactly yes. I should probably yes you are in the UK. Okay by the way because you know we have one American accent in one U. K. accent so I could see confusion that yes we also kind of. Go off off the topic of you and you'll background. I studied Russian language and literature in university so that's how I ended up in Russia and able to meet me. That was not a goal of going Russia. I'm sure it wasn't like like I wasn't particularly in Moscow Oscar to find an American bride. Yeah I mean most foreigners foreign guys who go to Russia find a Russian girl yeah so a job Birkin dates. We went on the girls at the table next to us this was we went to a Sushi place or Japanese placing got Sushi do she and alleys. Russian was not great at yet at the time you still in the process of learning and when you're just starting out you don't typically memorize all the different types of fish some other words that are slightly higher in the priority list in your vocabulary so I was translating the ones that I knew forms that he had a better idea of what he'd be ordering yes because if you go to a Sushi restaurant I have fish please or a restaurant that serves Sushi yes will that's a given yeah and you don't want to just point to something incident. Men Men have sea Urchin when you're not really a big fan of Sushi to begin with yeah I mean I do like Sushi by haven't had a ton of times times in my life and back then maybe once or twice before that so. I didn't know what I liked yeah so the girls calls next to us at the table next to us kind of heard me doing this for him. So then they assumed that I was Russian and he was English and that was only going on the date with him for his passport like that's literally what they said. Yeah which goes I missed I mean I'll probably miss now just because my hearing in a crowded room isn't great and I figured that you didn't need the Coleman tree right there and then right there yeah yeah were you certainly were data me for the face of yes hardly segue into the film from the so the way that you pitch this movie to me was at Sophia. Loren was in at night asked you if that meant that you wanted to Ogle her for are now and a half or two hours or however long missed movies. Yeah Great Segue thank you you're welcome. I mainly hit like I said. I said that because if I just said Oh well it's a film directed by Vittorio to seek out. You'd be like who the heck's batch now. It's feel is an excellent actress actress right yes. I haven't seen her in a ton of stuff. I haven't either but I would never have seen her in. She has been excellent. Yeah Yeah I mean. Do you remember a specific fair enough. The only thing I can recall is I've seen is. I think it was is cold. The millionairess which was her and Saleh's in adaptation of the George Bernard Shaw ply I wear pizzas plays an Indian doctor Sue Brown face. I think so so it was a long time ago that I saw this but yeah he's playing an Indian guy. Maybe he was wearing some makeup again. NOPE SOUP costing but yeah I've seen that I remember that being fairly witty. George Bernard Shaw that Salt Altuve what you get back to the movie we are actually going to watch thrice yes so the movie we're actually going to watch is cooled some flour. I did not write the Italian down so I'm sure it's an Italian movie Yes. We haven't made this clear yet. The fact that the director's name is very Italian galleon and it has Sophia Loren in yes. I mean she wasn't plenty of Hollywood. Films Herbs Not a given but yes. Why are he will ask. Are we watching it at talion. Phil Bill why Allie Yes yes. I realized halfway through that was requested. I was doing Brillian. Alien podcasting chops there yes so it is a film about a an Italian couple again probably slightly obviously who are separated in World War Two because the chap gets sent to the Front and specifically the eastern firms. I Russia Soviet Union. I think it might be Ukraine specifically but yes Russian speaking parts and I think please listener right in correct me. If you know different I think this was the first noticed foreign films that received permission from the Soviet authorities to be shot over that so that's you know just from a historical cool point of view. That's Kinda cold so I thought I will check this out and also it's a fairly famous director in terms of you've Italian cinema that time I have not seen many Italian films. You've seen many Kerry not that I know of so that's probably know yes they. They certainly they must have been dubbed if they if if they were because otherwise you would have noticed from people speaking Italian Amazon. Ms The movies that I've seen have been Hollywood yeah okay cool so I think we should probably go and watch the Ville and considering hiring is neither of US really know much about it. Yeah the the only thing I have scribbled down. Here is the the male lead it is much hello Mastroianni. Who is if I if I'm pronouncing his surname right who is in some pretty big time films of the period. I think he was Zim veto which happens seen before. It is one of the ones you probably should see at some point. You know any kind of cinema buff also have knee. originalism awesome scribbled down. I do yes I it turns out this directive Vittoria to seek a director who is in with that that kind of Italian directors could you briefly defined neo-realism for people who might not know what it is no yeah. I really don't know enough about it. I mean essentially it was a cinema movement in Italy like immediately after at Abou was much as I can tell you okay so it's a thing it is everything right. Okay so on with film but what what do we normally say at this point. It's time for dinner yet to think about it. When I am a guest on this podcast we normally do talk about out food. Yes yes Talk about George Evita's time 'cause tack yes. There's no the Georgian connection as far as I know anyway yes but what do we usually say apart from. It's time for dinner pay alley because it it means. Let's go excellent so three to one Kelly Yeah uh-huh it Carrie Ann. I have just watched Aegina.

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"vittorio" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Renovation project for the books I mean it was a very challenging projects and they just and that's water yes the adder it's located where the old Vittorio she used to be and before that it was originally the joys of love brewery and so they use the caves because they're always nice and cool the store beer and make beer and do all those things are kind of before the days of refrigeration those kind of an ideal location outside the new hotel there are stairs at the site of the original main street stairs which were used by folks wanting to come down to the river from the bluffs they were originally made out of wood but now are concrete and well used by people wanting to get in a good work out we got like five sets the stairs a few of them are hidden in still water there's really a very popular activity in town in fact we caught up with Andrea Vasek coming down the flight of stairs I've never done all of them I know lots of people who do I run and done a few of them at a time but usually I'm just trying to go out for a longer runs so whether you're up for a workout or you just want to take in a lazy afternoon along the rivers still water might be a nice trip to take on one tank of gas Susie Jones WCCO WCCO news time is five thirty six coming up we've got a look at sports for your finally we got baseball backed wins back in action tonight we'll preview that for you and traffic and weather together next here on C. C. L. let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn.

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"vittorio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"vittorio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"We can always crosscheck what we know what that session and Asana risk of scar and decide wherever we needed to do something for protecting this particular transaction. I would like a mechanism that makes it easy for you. Help me to, to, to insist that a that a user changed their password. Yeah. We definitely have that in place. And other funny thing is given that we have all these accessibility points. You can actually blog whatever logic you want zero we have an event, which triggers whenever you are about in whenever you sign the when you are about up after you signed up and Inver, you can write whatever logic you want. So if you want the extra tracks, if you want to change your password, if you wanted to add in a embarrassment approval, step anything, I've seen people using these excessive points in their office. And while this ways, and it's just why we have an executive bind instead of just out of a boxing because you never know what people need on the last night. It's very fair. Stock not a simple thing. There's all these new devices coming down the path to I've been working really hard to try and make you be key worked for me. And it's the and the interesting experience has been it's depending very much on the quality of the software. That uses the key. Interesting. I got I will give you an example. And this is a bit of a digression towards the end of the show, I use last pass, and I've set up my last past you have to indicate with the key to use last pass, but they all my phone and I've got the key, which has NFC and it so I can with my phone just by tapping the on the back. It. Decided didn't like my ubt anymore, and it didn't tell me it continued to serve old passwords, but it wouldn't take any updated ones. That's only. Knowing. And the and the that the failure was so subtle, the only reason I've realized it was hit been broken for a month. But most of my passwords had changed that months, I didn't notice Starbucks. I was just broken for Starbucks. What is wrong with Starbucks, Starbucks working all the stupid things? Right. And it's always you only have a minute or two to wrestle with Iran, right? Finally, I want a sold. My Starbucks problem. He spent twenty minutes at finally figured out. It's because I had needed re-offend Kate with key is now saying to me anywhere, reauthenticate with you Biki literally, I had to force myself to log all the way out of last pass all my phone to lug all the way back into Reigate with, with you, and then everything was fine. They had experiencing. Right now believe is effect of the Condon explosion. We are dealing with now these technology is becoming available and occasions star deciding how did they vantage of it, it would be a bit before we crystallize around the best practices, but everyone uses and event don't surprise user right now. It's not exactly that you are experimenting, but like very different ways of achieving the same goal..

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"vittorio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"vittorio" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Tokens today access organs are not defined anywhere in parliament. And so every vendor uses is different formats. And so I'm like leading an effort for sun rising shape, so that we can once like a Dake also that area today doesn't have an educated, it can be used across vendors, and he said, we will get the ability to reuse executives across with vandals, so we are still evolving in space. But I'd say that we made a lot of progress in the last few years. Do you feel? Feel like they're still major shifts to come in these security models of kinda got one that works. Now. I think that we are seeing some resurgence of thinks there we worried about in the bust. Often and open any connected. Add tremendous success. They were super successful. They are adopted across the board. However, part of our success was due to simplicity. When you use it talking we've opened connect, or off. You're using kind of like banknotes when I go to buy Sanford, I pull out twenty bucks. And there's nothing of his twenty bucks at save at that can use was twenty bucks could have picked it up from the Florida doesn't matter as long as I can present it to Batson. They will give me back my lot or whatever I'm buying and think is rector. It's nice and simple and works for many, many scenarios. But when you're doing, like high risk transactions like savage government, save it. You're a big financial institution. Save at.

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What we know about tourist deaths in the Dominican Republic

Pat Farnack

01:07 min | 1 year ago

What we know about tourist deaths in the Dominican Republic

"A longtime resident of long island is the latest american today in the dominican republic the eleven since christmas week here's marla diamond fifty-six-year-old vittorio caruso had saved enough money to retire early he sold his pizzeria a couple of weeks ago and went to the dominican where friend bruce hicks tell c._b._s. to he owned a condominium every day talk about leaving what happened on monday of last week caruso fell ill and died family members said he had no health issues and didn't complain a feeling sick before leaving caruso friends don't believe dominican officials who say most of the autopsy show tourists are dying of natural causes neither does senate minority leader chuck schumer issues outrageous we've heard of another one very fine gentlemen we gotta get to the bottom of this we must get to the bottom of the f._b._i. is in the dominican investigating the mysterious deaths the causes in other reported cases range from sudden heart attack to respiratory failure in glen cove marla diamond w._c._b._s. news radio eighty

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Another American tourist dies in the Dominican Republic

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Another American tourist dies in the Dominican Republic

"Number three fifty six year old from long island who was celebrating his retirement with a trip to the dominican republic has become the eleventh american tourists to die there in nearly a year w._c._b._s. reporter marla don days in glen cove with the latest vittorio caruso sister-in-law says he wasn't sick before he left for the dominican republic and had no existing health problems at the family knew of the results of an autopsy are expected later today friends at the round swamp road pizzeria caruso had just sold remember him as a kind generous man bruce hicks and anti nino callan drellich spoke to c._b._s. to we was always happy always from creating always gave me free food if i was going there and it was a hot day give me a bottle of water slice of fees never let me for anything nice guy caruso was found dead a week ago at the boca chica resort in santo domingo the f._b._i. has sent a team of investigators to the d._r. to investigate caruso and ten other mysterious deaths since

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"vittorio" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

Monocle 24: The Menu

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu

"Hello and welcome to food neighborhoods. So monocle twenty four I am Marcus hippie. All these various the locals love for their food entering offerings and in this series. We get to know these places this week we hit to the s quickly a neighborhood in Rome. This very sensual rather scruffy neighborhood has long been famous for its lively market, which attracts people and flavors from all over the world. There are however plenty of Roman and Italian influence here to grazing an appetizing urban mix or guide is Monaco's Rome. Correspondent David pleasant Rome's s Queen district gets its name from the escort hill on which the area stance. One of the famed seven hills of the ancient city. S Queen that we see today is the result of the grand planning and construction boom that came when ROY was made capital of the newly unified Italy at the end of the nineteenth century now somewhat scruffy, but grandiose blocks and wide straight streets dominate the area and give it plenty of contrast to much of Rome's quaint village, like historic center being close to me the city's central station and being Ferome anyway, particularly well served by two metro lines. And plenty of rumbling trams Esquinas always attracted visitors and migrants from all over the world. The flavor smells sights and sounds of Rome's most multicultural neighborhood are unmissable and to perfectly compliment this many traditional Roman and Italian establishments flourish here too. If you start your visit in the morning nowhere better for that delectable sugar rush than the pastiche area regularly cake shop at via dello staff. To-to? This is a Rome institution. Founded in nineteen nineteen. It has been serving up Mary Totski whipped cream filled. Buns from spotless chrome and glass. Counters to residents familiar century, these buns sellout quick. So be sure to get there early. We continue northward to the urban nexus of s Queen. Oh, the Piazza Vittorio Emanuele condo or simply Piazza Vittorio to locals this fast square, which has a park with an array of ancient ruin set. Amongst the date palms at center is flanked with impressive covered walkways where you're more likely to hear Chinese urge Russian or Arabic spoken than talian. Just off the square is one of Rome's largest and most colorful covered markets the woven mccarter SP, Lena where locals flood into stock up on fresh ingredients flapping life fish and sacks of spices and seasonings together with beautiful locally grown zucchini aubergine and Roman broccoli. It's as mouth-watering a gastronomic experience as you could hope to find in Rome. Indian food is order of play directly outside the market, the Zantac canteen served up soulful Curry's and many vegetarian vegan dishes that are near impossible to find elsewhere in the city. The dozens of communities that call s Quinn. Oh home. It is undoubtedly the Chinese one that dominates and a few blocks south east of Piazza Vittorio on via print. You peyot Genio is the legendary Hangzhou does Sonya restaurant. More commonly known simply as Sony's of to the establishment formidable proprietor. Sonja can be found at her counter what she will firmly but fairly assign your table Sonia is in fact, something of a local icon recently being featured in a photo shoot for null other than fashion house Gucci. Astern evening ceased of dishes, inspired by the Hangzhou province. Perfect iced refreshment can be found at the cavernous Gillette area Fassi, which is appropriately referred to as the Palazzo. Odell Fred door all the frozen palace like a nineteen thirties time capsule. Fussy feels not only like an institution, but like a vital local gelato facility. Scooping up. Thousands of delicious portions by the hour. Despite Esquinas, very multicultural pilot. There are plenty of more locally inspired options to try to Monte on via. Laurel berto is a hidden gem this tiny treachery. I served up delicacies from the market region torture. Tell our of sorts over large ravioli filled with a loose egg yolk or a delicious rabbits Khusro are hard to resist. Roam the ternal city is not exactly somewhere societas with the concept of gentrification in escrow Lino, the idea of an area being overrun by globalize young and middle class types feels almost irrelevant given the frenetic always buzzing nature of this part of town. But to be sure the s Queen neighborhood has been attracting decidedly worldly bane crowd. Nowhere is this more visible than the GATT speaker Fay housed in a beautifully preserved nineteen fifties. Former hat shop here looking over Piazza Vittorio, you can sip on a spritz and observe an area that is ever changing. And yet remarkably timeless for Monaco in Ron. I'm David pleasant. This is being AB so to number one hundred and nine of food neighborhoods. Thanks do David for the tour in the Rome neighborhood of s we Lena for more food and drink stories student to the menu every Friday S nineteen hundred London time, I am Marcus hipping. Thanks for listening by four now.

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"vittorio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Easier to participate Berg laws Andrea Vittorio says some, big names are testing this Ford Duke Energy. Intel, was one of the. First companies to go virtual but mostly it's actually smaller companies that are. Doing this not every investor favors the virtual arena they want the in. Person interaction with directors and. Vittorio says some big names have listened to. Those concerns there couple this year. That went virtual and then return to in person meetings. Because of this investor pushback happened at, Kake Phillips and Union Pacific railroad company, well, this, is, a, growing trend it's still pretty small of the more than forty four hundred Shareholder meetings held a year about. Three hundred. Are expected. To be. Virtual this year. I'm Patrice Sikora with the Bloomberg business report on w. w j NewsRadio nine? Fifty the, thought of my sons growing up without me inspired me, to quit smoking I talked to my doctors and then I threw away all my cigarettes, ashtrays and lighters I started exercising instead of smoking. Getting support from friends online kept me on track staying away from alcohol. When I was first quitting, was key instead of smoking after I, ate I'd. Get up and take a walk I missed having a, cigarette in my hand so I'd hold a pen are, strong anything until I knew I wouldn't. Give into temptation I spent more time with my friends who, didn't smoke I went to places that were smoke free I didn't stay quit the very first time I tried I kept on trying and I learned something each time do whatever it takes no matter. How, many times it takes I..

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"vittorio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The orchestral dp odds the vittorio is remarkable orchestra of sorts based in italy but most of the musicians have settled in italy from elsewhere from northern africa from the near east the far east south america they even have an american immigrant in the the opv as it's known the peace were going to hear nearly comes from the indians state of rajastan and it is at colorful work given a spirited performance by orchestra deep jaza vittorio de within the boom and the one and the the la la la manning two the the in the new the ludi lin really ooh and and the the the the profound the the the no no no no the nearing luna man boom mm on one hand the man the the the mother dan in the two the the.

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"vittorio" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"They both said the same thing essentially and that is the lack of turnovers by carolina vittorio is only had two in the entire game that is that's tied for the few turnovers carolina basketball's having a game in history the only other time they had two was against fairfield in the 1997 in cw tournament in the first round the game actually their fair for led of a half side note and then secondly um the rebounding aircon the second half carolina dominated the glass in the second half fifteen offensive rebounds in the second half of the torius fifteen off him offensively their 28 rebounds in the second half after just sixteen in the first half and and you even saw how that translated the number of offense of rebounds fifteen offensive rebounds in the second half alone and kelly i didn't shoot particularly well on the night they had moments but how they had real droughts uh but they shot forty three times in the secondhalf to dukes 25 attempt while and you look at how that relentless spirit that we saw come out in the second half when the gates opened they absolutely came out like gangbusters carolina scored the on the first 7 possessions of the second half that was acquittal it to the sixteen to two run all five starters were involved in and we were talking about at that time how they came out and there was such a different feel remember everybody got lifted there was a lot of motion they were driving the seems the defense they were get into the basket they were pitching out and and everybody luke maye cameron johnson kenny williams joel berry uh theo pinson everybody gave some kind of contribution during that sixteen to to run and then they.

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"vittorio" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

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"vittorio" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Experiences opportunity for growth and that's why you feel very confident in their head coach vittorio is right now and he knew that this seasonal was not going to be a cakewalk and they knew that he had youth he knew that his team as teams had always relied upon opposed presence than this year he did not have have a veteran post presence uh albeit we've seen some good performances you mention uh obviously sterling mainly comes into today didn't score from the field buddy was four four from the foul line he had seven rebounds and just twelve minutes but he had three turnovers and and some of those turnovers 'backtoback situations with with manly angelique felt there were very costly it gave up four points at a pivotal time and and so either when you get good you also have to choke down some of the not so good and uh and so i think what i what i think is that uh this team will find a lot of room for growth certainly in these last two losses knob but i also think that it may not be a quick healing i mean you're gonna you know you can put a bandaid on but it's still gonna take a few a few days ernest case a few games for the team to really come full circle from this and for us to start seeing uh them them be able to work off of their mistakes door they could really turn them into lorry moment so sounds like we got some commotion in the back i'm gonna kinda i are engineered as such a good job forest been alexander to see if what he thinks the same thing we think that there may be footsteps but we're going to hang out for a second and nc dave so uh i think ultimately when you as some things i think the other thing we kinda grasp for stras before we here coach williams uh come to the podium that the tory owes only had 16 field goals today uh and they had nineteen turnovers they only had 7 assists on those 16 field goals those are numbers that are not sustainable for victory so sounds like steve cursor our sports information direct there is introducing kirch williams who.

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"vittorio" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Oh gosh i mean i think apple computer i mean that that's a really big one because it was it was uh it was grown out of you know my state of california and whether the engineering the the prototypes everything about it we should make it here i mean we're making enough money with that and i know that something president trump and even you know for president obama was trying to do i think that there are certain things we should really tried to make here and i think it important i wanna thank you very much for spending time with us vincent vittorio he is the director of american made movie all right let's turn attention now to a investments and mike mulvaney mike is joining us from boston partners he is the director of global market research mike thanks very much for being with us uh you know i wonder if we could start off with you've listed a couple of very important things you've got things such as you know the trump bomb uh issues having to do uh with oil agip the japanese market and and wondering if we could kind of look at japan first and then work our way back to the united states because the prime minister shinzo ave has called an election and he has been yeah he has a snap election yes it whoever is reminiscent obviously of what theresa may didn't you an egg lear yeah leery about new guy exactly exactly now this is scheduled for october the 22nd.

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"vittorio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To virtually the entire island have you ever seen anything like this may never this man says he feared for his life it also has the relentless storms slammed into his home this morning as a whole roche's categoryfour hurricane by the way you know one of the great things about the tropical weather forecasting businesses that's gotten show good you know you have days in advance to prepare for these things and so that's both both good and bad i suppose you could show you know you live for those days drena preparation you can do and there's no evacuating puerto rico you know when you're in florida you pile everything into the car and you drive up to wherever tennessee you can't do that occur in your given days warning of a hurricane hit in florida made their places you can go same is true in new orleans famous drouin in texas and sean but those poor people in puerto rico and dominican republic can go same is true in new orleans famous drouin in texas and so on but those poor people in puerto rico and mimicking the public and vittorio reversion from our promotion department right here in our her radio she overheard decent and mention you know i haven't and vittorio rebours from our promotion department right here at iheartradio shia overheard dozen and mention you know i haven't through with us at this what has to be a really tough time for you earlier and he got excuse my voice and spend a couple ref couple hours i mean really i know very very emotional you would binter with us at this what has to be a really tough time for you an idea an excuse my voice in a couple aref couple hours i mean really i know very very emotional you would been texting your family last night that was the last time you've heard from them yes so last night at about eleven thirty at twelve am i hasn't communication with my cousin who is on an island an hour away from puerto rico very very smilin' there's a small island off the coast of puerto rico it takes an hour on by a ferry boat works that island called as caveat case okay now to stay there during a hurricane this of this magnitude is considered a deathwish at does he lives there he lives there he works at.

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"vittorio" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on KGO 810

"To 33 on kim mcallister in 4 nicky vittorio today number of deaths at a nursing home in south florida hit by hurricane erma has risen to eight the power went out at that masila these shutting off the air conditioning and critical equipment a shooter open fire at a high school in a tie many town in washington state to today killing one student and injuring three others one child died at freeman high school in rockford south of spokane three injured victims were taken to a hospital and are expected to survive shooter is in custody may have seen the crosses on lafayette hillside honoring us troops who died in the wars in iraq and afghanistan when other family that owns that two point seven eight or property just above highway 24 is offering to donate it to the city the east may times detailing the request were charles clarke explains that he needs to move the lot lines so that two dilapidated homes on the property sit on separate parcels and can be so hold donating some of the land to the city will reduce the tax burden the new york congressman driven from office in a sex scandal is asking a judge for privacy ap correspondent warren levinson reports former new york congressman anthony wiener and his estranged wife whom aberdeen asked to new york city judge for privacy in their divorce case wiener and aberdeen sat together in court and left in the same car so far their plea for privacy hasn't gotten far the judge allowed a news photographer in the courtroom aberdeen was a top aide to hillary clinton wiener was democratic congressman who resigned in disgrace after sexually explicit text he said other women were exposed to couple has a fiveyearold son wiener is to be sentenced this month month for sending obscene material to a 15yearold warren levinson new york fishermen's war flooding fishermen sell their catch right from their boats for the first time in two decades a one year pilot program is designed to help fishermen boost sales and their rough industry.

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"vittorio" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

Overthinking It Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"vittorio" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast

"Tv network tv comedies and cable tv companies are interrupted all the friction time so you don't have the time to build something not out on up uninterrupted for ten minutes you just don't because it's going to have a pine saul commercial in the middle of again that sassi ladies she's not letting your attention keep building she's going to cash in at that pine sol and not everyone is willing to be arrested development right and just uh sorta throw caution to the wind with you know with that thing like the the there were a lot of slow burns on arrested development like season level uh sort of recurring jokes were something would not pay for a long long long time and i feel like when it did well there is a thin service element to that because when it did pay mitch feel good for for sort of noticing it but also uh you know also beyond that like it just like because of the length of the build up in the immense amount of tension that it that have been established it right exploit exploded bigger not coincidentally only lasted three seasons on fox so so to bring into a specific example this season to premier of master of none is a four length all large parody of vittorio to seek us classic italian neorealist films bicycle thieves or the bicycle right so against this brings us to another characteristic of these sorts of things which is that prestige comedy it is is very clearly not catering to every pie he like it's not true it's not trying to be russians as i tried to be that imprecise and lazy but uh that that it rewards in a nishi interest on behalf of the viewer.

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