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"wiest" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Like Jessica Lang, I forgot she had even won an Oscar for a movie called blue sky, which is kind of falling away to time. Martin Landau after 50 years as a professional actor wins for Ed wood. We see Diane wiest win for bullets over Broadway, Woody Allen movie, very good Woody Allen movie. But the box office is dominated like van says by the Santa Claus and the Flintstones. And the mask and this three huge Jim Carrey movies come out this year and The Lion King. I mean, speaking of the monoculture, felt like Disney's The Lion King, also had the country in a chokehold. Except for CR Kris, you didn't see The Lion King? I never saw The Lion King. Anti African sentiment. I feel you. Yeah, it's basically what it's about. I have some literature I can share with you if you'd like afterwards, man. Did you see American history.
"wiest" Discussed on Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
"Can't afford medication. And that's really the shock factory. Wanna bring through in the film and urgency because we can go on and on and on and talking about the complexities but the problem is it's never going to be solved. Unless you're faced with the realities of it yourself so bringing that to the viewer of making them feel like they are in the position of what our characters are going through is the goal to show the reality of struggle. to scott's point that is very much the focus of the film but we do have experts that we speaking with that breaking down the complexities behind it. And showing how the system works and with experts that we have they do actually show that the complicated system is put there for a reason to make people feel like it is more complicated than what it actually is to make it so confusing that people. Just throw their hands and say icon bothered. This is just the way it is which is certainly not the case and it doesn't need to be the case so you know we do have the experts that have come in to break down that process and make it as simple as possible so people can understand. This is not the way that it needs to be. Yeah that's great scott. What conclusion do you come from after this. I mean i agree with rachel. It's complicated because it's designed that way. I do think the government will eventually get involved. We're seeing states. Now start making some changes. I'm not sure the federal government will ever take action. But you know. Is it going to be a change in list price. Are we going to need to get rid of. Pbs comes you know. What did you draw any conclusions from this. You know i think one of the challenging things is the barriers of entry for just anyone trying to make a change with what's happening and heart of making. This film is to kind of shine light. On how complicated this system is in. No this. is this film going to be the ultimate change. No but it's trying to make the world a better place and down the road. Don't think insulin will be free. No but i think just recently in the media over the last few years this issue has been hot and i think people are catching on and people are realizing that there needs to be more regulation on this and prices needs to be more affordable. I mean think about when insulin. The discovery of insulin. And frederick banting the whole reason he sold it for dollar was so no one can make a profit office and i think looking at where we are today. I mean discovery. Insulin was a breakthrough discovery for the united states of america and it's been celebrated but if people can't afford it and they're dying because of that's going against the whole idea of making it affordable with bandings purpose to selling it. Hopefully this is just a wakeup call to say. Hey insulin was to to help people not to make profit. Also and before rachel jemson. Because i know she's half canadian. Doctor banting was canadian. So we have to give the props. I know i know you meant you. Know the manufacturer in the united states and lily purchasing it. And all of that. But tell us a little bit if you could scott about maybe some of the you said characters tell us a little bit about the people in this piece of course so we have some principal characters. We've been following nicole. Smith who lost her son alec. He was rushing his insulin. He couldn't afford. You know the monthly cost and he he went into decay died and she's been fighting on the minnesota state level To try to get access to emergency insulin in minnesota and we've been following her kind of battle on the state level so that's one of our main stories and other story we've been following mother daughter who've been living out of their car because they need to make ends meet and you know they're both type one and they couldn't afford their insulin unfortunately if you're living in their car trying to survive and they're the ones that across the border to find cheaper insulin in canada so we followed that story and then we also have another story of a newly diagnosis during kobe. And the reason we brought that story in is we needed to. We want to cover all angles. All our characters to be this repetition of i can't afford insulin. It's they're all struggling in different ways and our cove story of being diagnosed during college is the reality of what it's like in higher life just flips with type one diabetes management side the physical side and then again the financial side. So it's all those aspects are in that story. Yes oh it. Just to scott's point. I think that what we're trying to capture with all of that contribute isn't following. This story says it is just that it is a financial emotional and physical buttons. That you know everyone who is diagnosed with type one diabetes cursor on a daily basis and. I think that is the main emphasis that we really focus on throughout the film. And you see it through the stories you see it through the emotional physical and financial burden they go through and i think scott night work well at birth together that style. As documentary is is we are very small footprint on the ground a lot of the time it is just got nine traveling together so we have a very personal relationship with the people that we film with and stay open up their world and they let us in and we become very familiar with who they are and you say the hot break. He say the tea is you see the joy and heartfully that is what is going to come across on film and in the stories and if anyone has dawda has a mother has a son has a child that is struggling in any capacity. Whether it's taiwan or something else. I feel as though that the going to be able to relate and that's the purpose behind a special stories that we need to the screen. Scott did anything surprise. You as you talk to these folks when you live with type one yourself. I'm curious if anything that they said or anything they shared took you by surprise not only surprised but as we kept going back into the fields and filming. I think you know realizing that. I am type on and this could happen to any day. Just kind of dropped the reality perspective back to me and i'm feeling what they're saying because again this could be in this position as a freelancer alone covering my own health insurance. A bad month puts me binds. I'm actually the subject of my film in in a way so it's very interesting connection and it. It takes a toll on me every time i go and film. I need space after to just processed. What i'm hearing and what i'm going through. I think filming with nicole. Smith hope of being a mother of losing her sign. I think my mom likes would go through if i were to pass away because of this and following nicole and that's where you kind of see a real mother's purpose of just she's not gonna stop being alex mother by doing that. She's going to continue to try to make an example that this is not okay. Hey and be a voice for all the mothers out there that do have children diagnosed with type one and could be struggling because when you turn twenty six years old and you're off your parents health insurance as it type one. It's a new learning curve. It's a financial learning curve and it can be very difficult. It could mean the job you got where you It's not what you wanna do in life. it's what can i do. That's to keep me alive. So i can afford folks for my insulin to keep me alive. It's very scary. Nicole always says it's that number twenty six. And i'm only thirty one years old and i was twenty six. I remember that moment. It's really hard before we let you go and wiest each of you this question. Why do you work in documentary. This is it's such a different type of film. It's so personal as you said scott you kind of have to recover if every time you talk to somebody why do you do it. I'll jumping i think from me as i mentioned elliott might experience and background was as a journalist for over ten years. And you know. I dealt with some really challenging and on hot hitting stories for the festival years in in america i was a travelling the country working breaking news and the may twenty four. How new cycle that has just become so relentless. My personality is one of which i just had to stop being on the ground for less than twenty four hours and seeing these people top rank and wanting to show this story more and so naturally i just transitioned over to one t to be in the documentary space to spend more time with individuals. Learn about who they are and share these really important stories on the world stage rather than just jumping in and out or a one and a half minute. Niece cost me. It was just important to be a people and spend the time sharing these really relevant stories for me I love storytelling. I think one of the greatest things about documentary is to every project. You're in a different world. You are discovering the lives of people in what they're going through and to be able to fill that nc transformation and see someone change along the way along. The process is extraordinary for me. It's also extremely challenging and being in a room with a camera and filming people at the moment it's in the sense in fiction film director is god but when it comes to documentary nonfiction god is the director in. You don't know what's going to happen in front of your lens and to to be there in capture a moment that could only happen once and walk away with that and be part of that is what keeps me coming back to make documentaries and in general and maybe just for this one too. I'm always curious. How much more do you film than you use right. I mean it's got to be hours and hours and hours that you're filming that you're not gonna use yeah. I think that's always the fun pot. The fun part for us. But definitely not the fun pop for the editor when they have allison allison footage to going through but yet like scott said. I think that the difference between documentary. True documentary is that you do not know a lot of the time what is going to happen. You can only prepare soy much but there is a lot that is unpredictable and doesn't happen and you know you want to feel that you want to see the change in evolutions in these people so again i think it depends on the documentary and the subject matter but and also to way you initially thought the film might go might not be how it ends up in the edit. So when on at that stage yet sir i think we will say but there is a lot that we have films but a lot of special moments to within that yeah another challenging thing about making a documentary and i also want point out there this documentary until we started. Actually securing funds was funded out of pocket by me and one of the hardest things. Is you know we have characters across the nation West coast midcoast and on things is always being there at the right moment and you know being able to jump on a plane with all the gear get there and be there in time to capture it. That's a huge cost factor in. And you know that's a decision you have to me. That's one of the challenges about documentary. you're not with people even filming this roof years now. We're not with our characters fully on for years it's coming back and going. There are moments where it's exhausting for her subjects. Because we're there and we have to take a break and then we come back in a new development occurs and that's the beauty of it is following following following me seeing that trench. Well scott and rachel we really look forward to the completion of this and seeing it and spreading the word. Thank you so much for joining me and sharing your story and we look forward to the release of the movie. Thanks thank you day watch. You're listening to diabetes. Connections with stacey simms information at diabetes dash connections dot com. I will link up the website to pay or die and Any other information about the timing production that sort of thing of course there's a transcription along with this episode as there is with every episode since the beginning of twenty twenty. Just a real quick note about our experience with insulin coupons. And i've shared this story before and it's been about a year now. I realize that we decided we had changed insurance right around this time last year and they wanted to change us from huma log to nova log. Ben he's been doing great. I did not want to make any changes. I mean you know how it is when things are going well so we decided we had a little bit of a stockpile. Lena let's fight it and it took me a full two weeks of spending a lot of time calling the pharmacy calling my doctor. We got some coupons. I went to Get insulin dot org and went through that process and immediately printed out a coupon for huma. Loggins this'll be thirty five dollars a month. It was not that easy. I took it to the pharmacy and they said nope it doesn't scam so we had to jump through a lot of hoops. What happened for us. Was we got a new prior authorization from benny's endocrinologist and the pharmacy ran it as a new prescription so that helped us and you know what i'm afraid. Knock on wood. As i'm looking around here. We have not had to do anything else. It renewed automatically for twenty twenty one and so far. So good luck. You posted if anything changes. It was a lot of hoops to jump through. I'm grateful i had the time and the knowledge to do so. I know not. Everybody can spend that much time and has that good a relationship with both their pharmacists. And they're endo- what a mess. All right more to come. But i wanna tell you about another one of our sponsors. 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"wiest" Discussed on The First Degree
"Okay so now armed. With this information the police return to confront mega and listen to this. When they go back to megan's house talk to her again when she's walking around the house they see that she's walking kind of funny almost like there's something inside of our shoes pretty weird but i guess this case can only get weirder based on what's happened so far but anyway the police ask megan to take off her shoes and she does. An inside of her shoes was an ipod in a pair of brass knuckles. Now when asked about these items she tells the police if the ipod belonged to randall. And i just want to clear up what she's doing here. I think when the police came back she expected them the search the house and she's thinking they're not gonna ask me to take off my shoes. Y'all just hide the evidence in my and hide this incriminating evidence. I am a very smart criminal. They'll never catch onto this. Meanwhile the police do search the home which is probably what she was trying to avoid having them find the stuff and they also find a bloodied pair of denim shorts and a great tank top that was also covered in blood so with these discoveries. Obviously megan is taken to the police department. Because this is looking really bad for her at this point that megan reveals the love triangle. Between her david randall. And she doesn't stop there. She starts to spill the whole story and this is what she said. She said that on the night. That randall was murdered. Both of the guys had reached out to megan to try to make plans with her and during her conversation with david he told her about his plans to go to utah the next day and that he was considering staying there permanently and then living with his mom and he expressed that he was tired of megan jerking him around and he just wanted to start over and then as megan was suddenly faced with the very real possibility of actually losing david. She starts to panic. Wiest avery if she knew whether randall and meghan were officially together at this time if they had already broken up from what i understand they were already broken up. It was just this love triangle. And i guess. I don't know she thought wouldn't leave her alone knowing randall. If she really didn't want randall around all she would have to say randall. The dud and yes random. I'd be heartbroken because the kind he loved her. But he's not gonna bud her he's not that's not who ramble it. He would would've left her along So now even though. Megan was toying with randall. As she decided she really wants to be with david now she suddenly was of the mindset that she would do anything to keep david from leaving her plan to compel david to stay was to try to make him jealous and use randall as a pawn. So when david asked to see meghan on his last night she says no and she says she's hanging out with randall. instead but according to meghan her plan backfired because david went from jealous to seething anger. Right and david at this point started threatening to kill randall in slowly his angry rants transformed into an actionable plan. Not only that. According to meghan. David was also going to demand that she participate in this mega man. Spouted off this bullshit story and told the police that she felt scared for her life which is why she ultimately folded and agreed to do this with abed. Megan then walked the police through what happened next. She left her house and she took her father's were truck without asking. She picked up david around the corner from his grandparents house and when he got in the car he had two blankets and a knife with him david hidden in the back seat and covered himself with a blanket so he wouldn't be seen. Megan then picked up randall under the pretense that they are going to one of her friends houses to drink and as randall sat in the front seat he had no idea that david was hiding right behind him. And once the truck with megan randall expressed interest in continuing their relationship and this is literally while she was setting up a trap to have him killed the whole thing. When you think about it is so heartbreaking and so disgusting you would such a nice guy why. Why was this. be a solution ever for any teenage heartbreak. And i mean i know. Teenagers don't think clearly. But i mean i mean. Teenagers are stupid in many ways. The how does this week to the result at one point as they're driving. Megan passes the pulse in house. And she says there's david's house which unbeknownst to randall was the code word that megan and david had agreed upon once. He hears that. This prompts david to start stabbing granted from the back seat spite randall. Being stabbed more than twenty two times he was able to get out of the truck. It was able to stumble out into the darkness trying to escape. Then these two. Psychopaths drove away leaving this poor helpless guy outside alone leading and scared the part. That really got to me. When i found out how he fought tried to get out of the car and he got out of the car ran away to basically a ditch area where he eventually died. And that was the scene. I was driving on my way home to know that randall was there and what happened was just. It was real that this had happened to my friend. And how could this happen to this guy now. After all of this went down megan and david. It didn't actually have a plan when it comes to covering things up so megan's decision to tell the police that david the armed robbery stole the truck is a very hard choice to understand in our guest is that she immediately decided to turn on david and she was gonna try to ensure that he took the fall for all of this it kind of tracks with their behavior so far. But who knows after all though. Isn't david extremely foolish to that girl. Who would agree to help him. Kill one of her boyfriends wouldn't turn on him a second. What did you expect. Dude i mean this is the kind of person who agreed to kill an innocent guy with you. She's not going to suddenly be the picture of moral perfection and as megan is telling the story she is working really hard to try to distance herself from being accountable for the crime as much as possible and despite that the police arrest her for murder additional searches. Other ice homer made and megan's phone and computer were also taken in for processing. Meanwhile us marshals are working to locate david in utah and law enforcement in apache junction. Still trying to locate megan's father's truck. Eventually they do. They found a convenience store close to the home of david's grandparents. When crime scene techs opened the vehicle there was blood. everywhere was blood on the roof on the doors. The steering wheel everywhere unknown. Meanwhile the examination of megan's phone and computer revealed that she really was very much playing. Both david randall. In trying to antagonize them each with one another and she seemed to be enjoying upsetting both of them but beyond not. The police observed that megan and david had actually exchanged messages about killing randolph for some time which completely.
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"wiest" Discussed on Slate Money
"Hello welcome to the glengarry. Glen ross episode of sleet money goes to the movies. I'm felix salmon of axios and i'm pointing to my long term co host here and i'm gonna say what's your name. What's my name fuck you. That's my name is dr an eighty thousand dollars. Bmw that's my name or whatever. Your name is not i-drive eighty thousand. Bmw your name. Is mary child. That's accurate istan. Name's mary childs. Yeah not quite the same punch volkov. Same points but is a fabulous name and you're fabulous besson and you have all manner of awesome stories on the radio right yes. I tried to deliver awesome stories. i am a co host at planet money and we do fun narratives that are about like business economics finance things. They're usually capers yet educational this movie. I'm not sure if it counts as being either educational or k. But will they could probably make claim to both if you really twisted. But we're going to talk about lender again written by david mammoth directed by someone entirely forgettable and acted by a cost. Everyone ever heard of lots of white men. Doing lots of david mamat acting. It's a movie that has really resonated for decades people love to quote it. and wigan unpack. Why coming up on slate money goes to the movies. I'm not trying to be a diva but should we actually say what my name is. Maybe it's emily. Emily pack slam. The name is not q. Okay mary glengarry glen ross which suddenly find incredibly hard to pronounce. Where were you when you first saw this movie last night in preparation for today. Yes i felt like this was an opportunity to do some of my like finance wall street homework as a journalist covering the space. I've long that. I need to watch movies like american psycho the big short glengarry glen ross and others that constantly get referenced but it does have the effect of like you know how when you see borat after. Everyone's been quoting it to you for ten years. Yes yes it takes the air out of it so now you're watching it and you see alec baldwin say always be closing. Oh okay now. I know why everyone's been talking about this whole time. And then he leaves the movie and we never hear from him again. This is wildly misleading. Yes you thought. This is now like baldwin and in fact it's a jack lemmon movie which no talk about because jack lemmon is not your typical hard-charging charging swear david mamat kind of guy. So even though it's actually a jack lemmon movie people think of it as now goldman movie which i feel like is kind of the takeaway of like we tend to maybe intentionally ms understand movies like this where we like latch onto the alec baldwin swagger successful eighty thousand dollars. Bmw character and forget that the entire point of the movie is the jack lemmon character. It's the classic thing with these movies. Just like wall street where this is like a tragedy about jack ramen and the other guys too but everyone is like i wanna be alec baldwin for some reason because he sounds cool. Looks cool makes a lot of money. He's a closer so are we can't close the leisure given. You can't coche it. You are shit. Hit the bricks powell and beat it because you are going out. The leads are weak. Leads a week fucking leads a week to week. I've been in this business fifteen years. Fuck you that's my name you know. Why mr because you drove a hyundai to get here tonight. I drove an eighty thousand dollars. Bmw that's my name. you know. This is the paradox of last polka. Michael lewis book that he wrote it as this sort of course about the accessories of wall street and everyone like. Oh my god. That sounds amazing. I want to work on braintree and to this day people come up to him and say you inspired me. And he's like. Did you read it just wondering do that about okay so this is an interesting question. This is a known trope when it comes to. Gordon gecko right gordon. Gogo is precisely the courtroom retail who become some kind of folk hero because people don't understand what the author of the movie was trying to do in this case. I think it's very fair to say that the author of the movie is not the forgettable director who did forgettable directions. The author of the movie is david. Mamat was he trying to write a sort of course tale about the excesses rampant hod selling and capitalism and conversely did people misunderstand it and take it as a celebration of something i think i mean. I can't speak to david's intentions here. We haven't spoken about this particular film. But i will say that it does seem like this is a modern death of a salesman that the salesman dies. And you're sad and somehow that got lost that gets lost in the cultural interpretation or at least the kind of things that like imprinted on all the ducks that watched it. I can't speak to what he was doing either as a play or screenwriter. Paul him maybe. Why don't we get him on felix on this. Show emily with the single exception of smith cameron. I think this movie is a critique of wait for it toxic masculinity. This movie is all about the horror of being a man in the united states and being trapped in that. Yeah i'm being trapped in it and you have to prove that you are a real man with your brass balls by always closing which is really a metaphor for sex. I mean alec baldwin literally says all over and over that it's fucking or whatever but yeah this is toxic masculinity and for a large portion of men who idolize the movie. I'm maybe that's exciting to them or like appealing. You want to be like a man. I don't know. I'm not a man who desperately they have to appeal or kind of have to identify with the alec baldwin character because the alternative is horrifying. Jack lemmon. yeah. I will definitely say. The in terms of gender occupations salesman has to be way up at the top of the list hod smooth-talking sales professional as exemplified by pretty much. Everyone in this movie. With the exception of kevin spacey is incredibly gendered role. You see it also in some of the titans of business in the real world people like tim. Armstrong say was famous as being very successful salesman when he was google. Or who's the chairman of cbs. Who was just legendary for selling ads late. The list memphis yeah. Lesbian investors really hot salesman and people celebrate that. And it's hard at least for me to think curve anyone with the possible exception of like elizabeth holmes who was like a great female salesman. I don't know man. I think there are a lot. I feel like okay. First of all like all of hedge funds sales is not all much hedge fund sales. Now is women that's true women and also like you have that spate of girl bosses. That did an incredible job with marketing and like finger on the pulse of whatever worldview wiest spouse at the time granted we've all moved on somewhat violently from that world view and punish them as a result. But i feel like the audrey gallons and the steph corey's et cetera. Okay so people. Don just come back very quickly. Say there's a big important difference between sales and marketing. It's important not to conflict the two. And i remember talking to ken fisher about this. Who is really the guy who explained it best to me. He obviously has. These funds sells financial investments to rich individuals. And he's like marketing is important. And then what you need is like a sales person at the end of the marketing funnel who will close the deal will close the sale. And i'm seeing this in masterworks right now. You know that this company which seems to be inescapable trying to set alight fractional ownership of paintings. They have a huge marketing operation. They have this massive marketing operation like buying ads in every lake financial newsletter podcast and everything and twitter but what that marketing operation does. It's basically just gets you to type your email into a box and then leads to say. Then that's the lead and then sell comes. And it's the salespeople. Julia drive company. I have many thoughts. Try to distill them. I women do sales felix. We've never bought makeup in a department store. But if you have those do not walk out without a full bag. Two hundred dollars for every time or a fifty dollars. Whatever i'm always sucked in real estate. My god likes. Don't let a real estate person near your house. you will sell it. You will buy one. It'll be a disaster by might know something about that..
"wiest" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Wish i could wear all the things that sandra bullock worthiness although skirts and lots of hair. I wish i had that much hair. I should go to her botanical place in yes ab- you need somebody. I pu i guess so. It might they. Everybody looks fabulous accepted towards the beginning. When they first introduced sandra bullock's character. They have ring glasses so that she looks on a track. It's right in that whole whole daniel through while. Of course nicole. Kidman is the wild one the attractive one who doesn't have classes so you know that she's she's yes yes. She's a rebel. She's gonna be trouble she is. She is shouldn't want the ants have red hair. They the idea was the dianne. Wiest character had kind of like once. Red hair okay. Yeah because it was all dread hair of the sisters one brunette redhead in any each generation year. Yeah a really love the end where she uses the phone tree from the school to gather everybody together to make a coven that's xl. Even though speaking of suspending disbelief these are all the women who hated her right and who were afraid of her witchy stuff yet and now come on over. Help us to get rid of an evil spirit. Okay sure sounds bruins. Yeah i got one but that was a great call back for sure. Yes that was very fun and probably one of the best uses. That phone tree has ever been put to four sure. And it's just not as fun as you know sending out a group text or whatever. That's i would have to do now or just if you're a witch. Couldn't you just telepathic link. Draw everybody everybody to you. This is more fun for occurred to me to use the school. Phone chain for personal..
"wiest" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"They don't get to watch us. I think i have my my vcr. That's dating myself. The guy my dvr set to just table new episode. So tape is also dating to italy. Preserve all new episodes so we shall look forward to getting back to those makers and seeing hell on earth. They're going to eliminate the many many people they still have right. Maybe they're just gonna give them all a patch and let us go at them on the head. Well moving on to something equally fun and it does involve a rather complicated elimination. We watched a movie that i watched a very long time ago and remember fondly and catherine has never seen which is practical magic starring sandra bullock and nicole kidman as sisters who are witches and Stockard channing and dianne wiest delightfully as their aunts. Who most definitely are witches and little navy. Evan rachel wood in a dark haired girl. I don't know as sandra bullock starters and all sorts of recognizable folk drifting through..
"wiest" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast
"Sending to future. Generations of native american youth We always say to move forward. Rift understand pass but we. We can't change the past but we can do things that will help what happened and make life better for future generations of everyone on this planet owned particularly like thinking of native american youth i relate to ask set guru what he thinks after his tour in his time with native americans he thinks the medical system can do to really show that it cares about future generations with particular reference to indigenous peoples while You know we I decided to set up our Each of innocence sciences the head of Trail of tears the cherokee land because almost eighteen ninety nine years ago i had a profound experience a kind of an encounter with a native american being or spirit after that. I couldn't take my mind off that. And i decided to set up the center there so we a lot center there now since then. I've been thinking of connecting with the native american people but my schedule wouldn't allow me this kind of time. It is you know way. Unfortunately it's thanks to wireless that all my schedules got cancelled. So i could plan forty the trip which i which would have never done otherwise. They won't allow me to travel like this. And because generally native american culture their spirituality their knowledge and their wisdom is not written down is always passed on from generation to generation and that system has been seriously disrupted and generally it is in the lower of the native american people that bosom and knowledge is blowing in the wind. So i thought if it's blowing in the wind the best way to encounter that is To be on a motorcycle. And that's what took me. I definitely went to sue sue country. You your father from their wonderful and Well i i thought i knew plenty about the native american culture but i was just surprised at wiest things that i discovered on the strip..
"wiest" Discussed on Keep It!
"To get them at the corner store. In milwaukee got a macro data. In and recently i was on a cross country trip to south like every gas station. We've always had to get a scratch off so doesn't it. I know this is a sidebar but doesn't feel strange and foreign to get scratches here in california for me it does. I don't do it here. it's only one home. It's only when i can't do it in california. I sometimes when i'm buying like gas or i'm getting a red ball before my out but it doesn't it isn't in my immediate sort of like senses to get one here. I was really engrossed. Once upon a time with the mcdonald's monopoly game which was a sort of democratize version of scratchers. That children could understand the idea that i could leave. Mcdonald's with the new c- do. I don't know that really spoke to me. I think i'm i'm very influenced by the price is right so the prizes aspect really thrills me yes yes oh i was going to say one thing about heights. Another another element that. I was thinking along the lines of the conversation about representation. I think that we're we're overlooking the fact that the representation of undocumented character in this movie is really brilliant. I mean. I thought it was a character who had some funny moments who wasn't just like stressing out about his documentation status during the course of the movie. Which is which is a rarity. I feel like most often. When when we with the exception of nico santos on superstore. Who i think is a triumph Generally when we see undocumented characters or just enshrouded with this fear of being found out. And that's their entire story line. And i thought that in the heights represented an undocumented character who got to have a little more depth and that was great so in the conversation about representation. I just think it's important to bring up the elements you know. Whether it's daphne rubin vega who we haven't seen in a while whether it's an undocumented character anthony ramos who somebody who you know. The film has now broken in a way that i i'm so excited to see what he does next. I thought he was really in. This movie is fantastic. he's fantastic. i'm remissed that. I have not seen in treatment this because i hear that his episode with Is fucking brilliant. But i'm already stressed out watching talking to my therapist. I've never been a fan of the resort in treatment because it's stressful tv. I think the original treatment is like underrated prestige television. Because it's television exists to spotlight guest characters and really awesome ways miyawaza on that show. That was the episode where i saw. Oh you're going to be a huge star. And i'm still wondering what the fuck happened. I guess we give her ellison wonderland but dianne wiest obviously brilliant. It's launched so many careers. Tim burton has made a career now for twenty five years of making things you already thought he made like he's he's working on the addams family. Now it's like you didn't do that before At allison wonderland you don't you don't have like a comic book about alice in wonderland out in the world. I think i was talking to maybe my barber or someone else about this. Because i have a batman tattoo that got after prince died It has the prince logo by two. And it's to signify that. My favorite prince album is the batman album and then also i love that he was like oh. I love that family batman returns like yes and he was like him burton fan and i said no no no because he is even wilder than most directors who have sort of like an awesome and then a great fan like. He's he's truly hasn't had even a film that i care to rewatch since big fish right. I think he's also just somebody who it's so not just as a driven a specific aesthetic and once you've had enough of it you don't need more of it so he keeps delivering that generally speaking and like they're like ed. Wood is underrated in certain ways. I would say it's like a better version of the disaster artist. You've you've ever seen that movie but it's an easy thing to be over especially when it's out of vogue because he was very in vogue for a while anyway. I'm sorry to. I'm sorry to do this to our conversation. But anyway no in fact if i can just add one thing. The thing i do want more from. Tim burton is more about his relationship. With helena bonham carter because that's not the household. I need to know whatever that was. I just need to know what's going on there right. Yeah whatever. He was drawing upon in his earlier stories lab. That made you know like the batman movies so great that made Edward scissorhands I need that again. I feel like he's definitely on autopilot with giving you an static and giving you feel that he used to deliver but maybe he needs to go personal again. Because i also think. We don't know much about tim burton as a person who is interesting. Does yeah right helena. One of the great interviewees by the way if you ever board. I'm somebody who does this a lot. Recently maybe this is something. I picked up the pandemic. My youtube just knows me. But just watch one person's interviews like for an hour straight. I'm very obsessed with the cast of the mary. Tyler moore show right now helena. Bonham carter brilliant interviewee when she does interviews which i usually see in print but look her up. She's great lisa kudrow fabulous interview. You could spend all day listening to him. But i also wanted to add. That rabbat is my second favorite performance in the movie. He really does carry it with a sense of not just relate ability but his drive does feel real he. What he wants feels the realist. The realist part of the movie. I think i think that's totally fair. And i also think that like box office damned. When it comes to movie musicals people will continue to discover them indefinitely. And i think that you know in the heights is going to be one of those movies that people will discover for decades to come so. I think it's worth. I think it's a worthwhile investment. I think it's a beautiful watch. I think it's fun as hell. But i also admit that i think i might not be the most objective viewer because i also want it to do well and i want it to be so good so i'm just more invested in it than i think. I am with most movies because again. We don't get that many movies in this in this ilk for us for for for latin americans so well if you disappointed in the representation of in the heights do not worry. Become west side story is coming up very soon. Als- a crazy year for the golden globes. Not because we actually have a competitive slate here so right. Oh god that's a disappointment. If i'm not mistaken we haven't had a best picture. Category at the oscars with two musicals in it since the year oliver one which is nine hundred sixty eight. So what was it up against up against of course funny girl which which is an iconic movie that is also unbelievably long. Oh my god on four give a belong and sharif a b. minus as an actor gorgeous s also a facial hair plus creator of Hot gay sons though. Yes grants this grandson. that's correct. Wow he is hot and used to follow me on twitter Another another another another. Well remember i'm dan. The ban forgot about every. I'd like to think that might sweets had more latin representation than in the heights. An important all right before.
"wiest" Discussed on Sexy Unique Podcast
"Vape guys. I was excited. Like I heard I heard people talking about I wasn't I was like, whatever I'll watch it. It was like it had to die for energy very much like camp but also like scary and very stressful and just like I thought it had it has everything you want. Yeah, it had it all died. And we says crock of c word in it. Spoilers and we shines. Yeah, we're going to have some may be spoilers. So if you're wanting to watch I care alot, you should turn off the Pod now and just like skip to like 5 to 10. Yeah minutes ahead and give you a chance to just like pause pause. Okay. All right, seeing seeing Dianne Wiest just fully her fully like just a Cash Wise and like doing what she does best and just like a role that she really just went wild. And so for anyone that doesn't know what this movie is about and are still listening Rosamund Pike plays this like very ambitious girl boss asked character who her entire job. She's kind of she's a scammer but her entire job is that she works with like a mental health professional to conserve elderly people who have like a lot of money and savings and put them. Nursing home medicate them to hell and back and then siphon a bunch of their money into like her pocket just by paying herself as their legal guardian. Yeah. It's very like in the in a conversation is like freeing Britney Spears, like just the kind of nightmarish realities of like the American the way America handles elderly people and like dead people who need conservatorship and it's frightening and it was very very uncomfortable with the idea of getting old. Yeah. I mean, it was very I think it was like hyper but like I think it's just I think there are people that do this and she's she's basically like a professional Guardian. She preys on like dementia ridden riddled people and like kind of somehow is able to to like swindling away from their own kids who are like trying to get money from their parents as well and like take have access to them and like she doesn't let them she cuts them off from her their families if they have them and her real Crown jewels is someone who's very rich and has no living relatives she finds that in a one Academy Award winning Dianne Wiest. Yeah, who was like living a beautiful life like had a gorgeous house a stunning savings account a Mercedes zero debt a a magnificent credit.
"wiest" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"Don't think there's anyone to root for but the term protagonists doesn't necessarily mean a good person. Just whoever the film centers around. I did kind of feel. Sorry for diane weast. His character at the beginning. Before the plot started unraveling about her connection with everything. But i i'm like those old ladies reading the paper having her t and these people come and say you gotta leave your home now. I know that made me so mad that they just basically. I mean the doctor myra business like. We're sorry you're who have terrible memory loss and You are not to be week. We need to protect. You need to take care a your are abide by to come with us. And it's like i. What memory loss perfectly fine. I was just having good day. What the heck and immediately she or main character who is played by rosamund pike. Rosemont pool is. That's how this is a golden globe nominated film. She is up for a golden globe nomination for best actress in a musical or comedy which this movie is not either. I guess it's kind of satire. But i wouldn't call this a satire. Guess not i mean some of the characters here are over. The top. i mean appear dig Owning his own gang eating doughnuts before he threatens to shoot someone. i mean. they're they're parts of even the thugs that he sons over there kind of over the top goofy. I mean i. I didn't take this film a hundred percent serious and the other thing is. I was thinking when watching this. Could they even get a light it in real life. Could they even get away with us interesting. Yeah and i think this movie gets elevated because of rosamund pike and you're being and even dianne wiest and some of these supporting characters. I think the talent makes this movie worth the almost two hour. Runtime of just watching. I think it's a movie that you don't really get too much anymore. But it's kind of nice place for net flicks because it's a competently made. Well acted thriller was some talented actors. Thing is that roseman blake I mean if you wanna know what character actually did feel bamford. that's Ease a gunzel friend of the main characters wife as so and that's great you have a lesbian representation there. But she's actually the i'm going to marlin back out of the seer dealing with the russian mafia. I don't want to have my life threat and everything and marlins going no. I can't be defeated. We're we're gonna win. Not going anywhere and i'm just looking marla. Like what are you doing. Like i mean i found both characters equally despicable but the fact that marla has just putting her wife and danger just to try in the desire to make as much money as possible and then even having good research to like..
"wiest" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is Chris Wiest. He's an attorney, and he has been during the era of the scammed Emmick. Been fighting tooth and nail against authoritarian powers, namely Governor Andy Bashir, the man I called the boy dictator and Kentucky and he joins us tonight for an update. Chris. Good evening. How are you? Good evening. So, So what's new on the war front? That? Yeah. So you know, the federal litigation continues. We You know, the governor banned all the schools for meeting the private religious schools for meeting and You know, he kind of ran out the clock on that and we were not able to get injunction. So I talked to those guys and we just turned around. We just shoot him personally for money damages this fun, You know, just, you know, kind of just stick a job and then My father lost. You don't have a parent's, um, back in state court. I wasn't gonna go back to state court, but the Legislature changed the law. And there's a part of me that really hopes that the courts will uphold the law. Um and so you know, I thought we roll our dices and takes our chances. And, uh uh Court again. And so we find a lawsuit based on the legislative changes for parents to go put the kids back to school kind of a statewide injunction. Good teams like the teachers unions are trying to keep him out. And, of course, the parents and actually, a lot of teachers think that the kids need me back in school. But it's the teachers unions around the country. Then I've been fighting against reopening schools in at least public schools and, uh The teachers themselves. I mean, there are two kinds of teachers. What I've been told there are the teachers who believe the kids really should be in school, and they should be teaching them and school And then there are teachers who are just happy. Theo sit at home and take his many days possible without being because they're big union people. I mean, it's the unions that are really fighting. It's not necessarily the individual teachers. That's exactly right. And a lot of teachers want to go back and I've got a lot of messages. Hey, we want to go back, but we're not gonna fuck the union because You know, they're punitive. And I'm like, Hey, I get it right? I mean, you know, sure. I think I know a governor. That's punitive. Hi. I understand. So, you know Um, So, yeah. I mean, that's it. So we've got actually, I just got notice today. We've got an injunction hearing next Tuesday. At 9 A.m. that, you know, see if we can Get the kids back to school waste in Boone County, but, you know, ideally, I get a statewide order to put them all back to school. So right. Have you made any headway for Small businesses, The mom and pops that have been so damaged by the boy dictators, mandates and executive orders an emergency orders who've had their lives complete, not not not just their businesses but their lives completely. Upturned. Have you had any success on that front with lawsuits and the light? Yeah. So let me fix your past another bill that basically re opened businesses. One had an operating plan and you complied with it. It was based on TV, See guidance, which, honestly, I mean, that's pretty easy to work up a plan. Based on CNBC guides, and then just say, Hey, you know, In fact, I did one for a copy shop that like it was like being masks are optional. And, you know, we just split right down the CDC guy. You have a plan that we're ready to go? Because the house cookie house passed a bill. Um and then the governor went toe court, actually, and went in a very favorable for him. And he got a judge. That was, you know, um You know, kind of sympathetic to the governor to enter a statewide order. Holding up legislation that the Legislature said Should be enacted immediately. I mean, You know that kind of judicial activism? I don't think I've seen right that sort of I mean, you're knows that the Legislature like right away. I mean, I just I was actually startled by that judge's order. There are separate branches of government for a reason. And right. And part of that reason is that the judicial branch of government being federal or the state level does not legislate. The Legislature's do that, and it's in the constitution to both the Commonwealth and the United States. But yet you have all these judges that air activist judges who are legislating from the bench. It's the same thing on the Supreme Court. Sometimes it's so what was so stunning to me about the study's order was The pages that he spent talking about his disagreement with the Legislature's policy judgments. Not sort of. Hey, it goes beyond the Constitution. But I disagree with what you've done and sort of the governor and I I read that I'm like, I You know, I've looked in the Kentucky Constitution for the Franklin Circuit Super Legislature. I can't find the provisions, but I guess it exists. I missed that lesson somewhere. You know, I can't seem to find it, but I guess it's out there. I don't know. I just I just hope that there is some kind of remedy that doesn't necessarily Um Impact the average taxpayer that these businesses can can achieve some kind of Huh? Rick opens from what's been lost. It's just amazing. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you know it, maybe maybe we'll see something with this latest covert relief. Bill, but I'm not holding my breath Seems like that's just going to stop a little guy even more right. I mean, with the minimum wage stuff that's supposed to be in it. I mean, I You know, I don't e mean it's tough..
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"Oh, probably a good 80%. So I mean, that's the way it is The fact that these things are taking place around the world, all of these other I mean, the man Mark whore who do the things that happened there. And yet they're giving just drips and drabs and this and yet they're so focused on how they're about to spend millions of dollars again your money together again tomorrow on a subject matter that's going to go nowhere. They don't have the points. The points are the vote already know that And yet they're going to continually waste this money and time on something that isn't needed. Well, they're obviously trying to cover something else up. That's a bigger story like they did with covert 19 last year. Well, it just seems like because there's it's the same rhetoric people and when people who do they, you know, they keep saying P impeachments are held impeachments are held to a remove a person from office that person has already been removed. That's why it's pointless on its face. This is what confusing though my friend is we claim to have this so called walk society now. People are more woke there. More awareness. Really? Have you been paying attention? Because it looks like the only thing that changes the players in some, But the rules are still the change The game still there there People are still breaking through. Nothing has changed. Well, thank God. Thank God. There are people like you and me who are awake and not work. Exactly. Chris. Chris, Listen, I I gotta run. I got Chris Wiest on the other side of this and thank you so much for being a part of the nightcap. Deceiving me increase increase. 22.0 your best. You have a good one. And you 2 2021 is the beginning of a new end. Thank you very much. On the other end of this, Chris Wiest will join us on 700 wlw. Hey, any fingers here with some pretty amazing news. You can also listen to the Eddie in Rocky Show in the afternoon on your smart speaker. Even better. It's easy. Just say Hey, Alexa, turn on 700 wlw. Warning. This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical. Inspiration is amazing. It can turn this into this..
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"I've been on a horse saying these lines and no one was on top of a ladder, saying these lawyers and there was nobody around. And they said what? We're doing this for your clothes. And I didn't know what close up actually meant either, but I soon discovered, you know that being in close up worse, The one that really mattered if they were going to if they were going to use it, and one of the actors said in your time you don't have to like Right on. I said, Uh, I was back there and you were telling me I shouldn't be doing now I'm up here. I'll talk to the ladder and you're telling me I shouldn't be deal too much. I was I was I was I was in tears at the end of those those days because I didn't want to be trained by ignorance, either by saying, I don't know what's going on in here. And I recounted the book also Um, it's like a John Boorman often talks about where again I had Tonto. I had to have my way. Let's put it like that. I had to have my way with it with the With this maid called Eat grain on I was the evil brutish at warlord who came in and took her against her will. On in this huge suit of armor with spikes and in front of a fire. And I did. The first five or six takes sweat was rolling off me. And then they said, Okay, that's fine. Gabriel on They pulled the took the girl They put in the pin cushion underneath me and that I was looking waiting for her to come back. And they said, uh on and action. And I said, Excuse me. I'm just said no. The cushion. She's dog. This is a close up. You have to do it with the cushion. You're talking about being shy. Fuck you talking about being mortified. Have you ever tried to home the big caution in the suit of armor Well front of a big crew as well, Yeah, creates around the rice that you haven't really lived until you've done that. But I learned I learned pretty quickly. I have to say, Well, you must have been quick. It's all sort of in the category of not wanting to know how the sausage is made, isn't it? Exactly exactly. I did You know people, people who come on on sets. Remember my brother is an ambulance driver in government. And I wanted it to see you know what filmmaking was like? He worked as a fireman for 30 years of his life and we were shooting this film in England called Defense the realm and we had a scene. Low loader for people. You don't know what a low loader it's a thing that attach is to the camera car that gives the illusion that you're driving. On and so you're not actually driving. You're just in this car pretending to drive. So we drove around all the motorways and which stop and the mayor hair and make up with command and do the business. So, uh, he was on the low loader watching me do this. So we pulled in at this station and a gas station and I said to him, So So what? What do you think? Hey, said she's I don't know how you do it. I just don't know how you do. How many more yours do we have of this? And I said, Well, you know, another five is Ichi's A rather go to a fire any day on D said on and he said, and you have the lifestyle, he says. You don't even have to calm your own hair. Because she thought like that hair and makeup was something that you know, I just I was so if you know, like, do my hair, please. Put out my bagel and anyway One of the stories you tell about speaking about the ordeal of making movies is in passing, talking about in treatment that the shooting schedule for that was was brutal. You shot 14 hour days sometimes, and that's serious. Why was that? What? Why was Why was that such a grueling? Uh, regiment of to create that. That show because there was there was only two actors at any at any given time. So, um It was very much more like theater was a combination of theater and film. I never actually thought of it as TV In a way I thought of it as On and the discipline of the theater allied with the technique of film because you were in close up all the time, so you didn't need to do terribly much. You have to listen and you have to listen really well. Listening is form of acting, In my opinion, listening really well and You know that we told you four pages of dialogue every every two days. And that was I found it very, very draining and demanding Because there was no there was no relief from it. But at the end of five months, I have to say that I was truly exhausted from the process. I mean, one of the things that's wonderful about that. Serious in your performance is is that intimacy that The way that your performance modulated to the first season with Mia was a casket was just Fantastic and then you season with Blair Underwood and then when your character goes to a therapist with Diane Wiest Had you? What were you tapping to play That role Had you yourself been in psychotherapy? Was that something that You were able to tap. How did you get it? A role, which is, as you say, a lot about listening. Yeah, well, first of all, you know that, Freud said that the only nation on earth that couldn't be psychoanalyzed where the Irish he actually did say that and I think the reason he said it was because Um, the Catholic Church and confession is a version of therapy. Where you go to this. Um, person who listens to your travails and your sins on and, um It's a very basic form of fairy above the therapy, I suppose, forgives you for the wrongs that you've done and gives you a penance that Ugo and until you're back again a week later haven't committed the same sense. But the idea is very close to therapy. On I used to see what you could see in the darkness of these priests behind the grill. Some of them were listening. And some of them would be asleep, and some of them would not be listening at all. But I always remember the ones who listened and somebody said a little bit grandiose. So you think that true listening is a form of prayer? And it is such a respectful thing to do to another person to really listen. What they're saying it to hear them on. I had no idea how to play the role until the night before we were to start shooting. And I saw I saw a man and a woman in the cafe window. On and she was talking and he was listening on a stick. Did the car was stopped at the traffic lights and I looked in and that's it. Listening. That's that's what that's what my character Isabel, and so I tried to turn that listening into something dramatic..
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"Thank you for listening along with Josh sees, so I don't know how your New year's Eve went. Here's how mine went. We were coming back from Daytona Beach, Florida We had been there all week, and we decided to leave on New Year's Eve. So we leave Daytona Beach. And we was about 9 30 in the morning. So fast forward Now we're in the very northern section of Georgia. I had a problem. What, like an hour hour and a half. Maybe. Maybe even more of Atlanta. They were on interstate 75. So we I had rented a suburban a Chevy suburban full size. I mean, this thing is that tank huge, huge. So we're on 75 headed north and I'm going. I remember just putting the vehicle in cruise at 72 Miles an hour. The speed limit was 70. I had it in 72 miles an hour. In the middle lane. And, um, you know, it's dark. It's about 8 15. It's dark. It's quiet. There's a little bit of rain but not crazy, and there's not many people on the road at this point. I mean, we're just a few hours or 2021 coming in. And the year 2020 decided to give me a final F you because we're going 72 Miles an hour and we got rear ended. By a guy in a truck. And when I tell you, we got rear ended. We're going 72 Miles an hour. This guy's truck was totaled. And his truck. Looks like he hit a brick wall. He looks like he had something sitting still not And if you've ever been rear ended Have been rear ended. One other time. I was sitting still And it was actually on 23 in Delaware. Is that a red light? And got rear ended. If you've been rearing, did you know what I'm talking about? When you see a flash of light, it's almost like electricity goes through your body. It's like a white light like flashes very bizarre. So I'm disoriented. And for the for the first I'm like war, Wiest or we stopped. We weren't stopped. But we were going 72 Miles an hour and got hit that hard. Um The rear Tope. The tow package underneath the suburban is pushed in and bent to the left. And, of course, you know it's a rental, so I've never wrecked a rental car before. The guys that hit me. He's from south east of Atlanta, Southeastern Georgia. He gets out and he's coming up asking is everybody all right? His vehicle is I mean, it ended up totaled. He couldn't even drive it. After that. He hit us so hard. I said, Man, you hit us like we were sitting still, you had to be going, You know, 90 9100 miles an hour. Because I was probably going about 85. He said. That is Dome light, distracted him because they came on and it kind of temporarily blinded him and he smashed right into us. And, uh, you know, so the State Highway Patrol gets there, and they're thinking this guy was texting or something along those lines. My daughter's friend is in the back seat. She's got a busted lip at this point. And my daughter's back is hurting. My wife's teeth were hurting. I don't even know what happened there. The back of my head, neck and upper part of my back in my head, But it was like it was on fire. It was it was Such a bizarre sensation that was going on, and it was. It was definitely one final F you from 2020, and that's how the end of our you know, half of the rear bumper. He's sticking out. I don't know. You know, Chevy Suburban. It's a very large vehicle, half of the bumpers sticking out if I would have tried to drive With his car in the shape that it was in The bumper was sticking out to the point where it would have been probably another foot into the lane. Next to us. It was sticking out that far, so I had to pull off the highway Patrol is very nice there in Georgia. And he said, You know, if I were you, I'd pull up to this. There's a flying J up ahead. Pull in there. Get some tape trying to get this thing you know, back down, so it doesn't act like a sail as you're going down the road. But everybody at this point ends up. You know, I guess Okay, I don't know how long you have the file, but that's how my new year's Eve went. Um and we did not get to see any of the I don't know, I guess. What are you really missing? Right? If you don't see the ball drop, if you will, but the kids kind of wanted to do that. So we were headed at that point to Knoxville and we ended up another hour and 45 minutes of vehicle was drivability all that, But, man, I cannot believe the way that 2020. Went out for us. And good riddance. Is that guess? Kind of what I was getting at with all of this, But I'm telling you, what if there is an endorsement for a vehicle, it is a Chevy Suburban who I am 100% convinced This thing saved our lives getting hit that hard from behind while you're going 70 and having the car that hit you. Basically, the whole front end is just destroyed. The thing is totaled. Or whatever was crazy, crazy. So there it is. That was my my Happy New Year's Eve story. Alright, Final segment of the Mark Blazer show coming up these radio 16 w TVs When the news ghosts follow my rules, we'll bring you the fax after top and bottom of the hour on NewsRadio, 6 10 w T v N.