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"amy ryan" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Guys. I texted phyllis about it. Yeah we know she said. Oh maybe that was. When david freese and matt holliday came to visit and i was like no. They haven't come to visit yet. All tell you guys that story later now as long as you ain't were so excited. And i know they hadn't visited yet because ellie was with us when they visited So phyllis and i went back and forth. And she's like. I didn't bring it in. She said i don't know who put it there. I didn't put it there philistine. Put it there. We don't know who put it there. We'll justin. i'm sorry. I'm gonna try to get to the bottom of it. You know answer pending. Yeah jim has a talking head. That dwight hasn't stopped working for a second. He even sneezed with his eyes. Open which jim was like. I didn't know that was possible. Because he peed in a sodas auto bottle. He peed under his desk. I mean he is not going to waste any time. I had to know if you can sneeze with your eyes open you. can't you can what. Yeah mythbusters did a whole story on mythbusters. I watched it late last night. When i suddenly had to know we both went onto random tangents. Just wait for mine is yours about the average amount of time. Someone has sex. Because i went on that tangent. Okay because there is all of a sudden. Dwight does not wasting time not wasting time and then he comes back and jim is like nineteen minutes and forty eight seconds. What we up to and is like none of your business. Basically and then it cuts to angela martin buttoning her blouse did you read the research on business insider. I read several articles at midnight last night. Mitch our searches. Oh my god leader. Search history first of all the one research i read about was fascinating because they gave five hundred couples. Yes stop watches. It is as awkward as it sounds. They had to hit. Start 'em stop. I don't know how we talk about this. I don't maybe parents if you're listening with your kids earmuffs for thirty seconds earmuffs yet they had to record their sex time over a four week period. Yeah and they had to press. Start on the stop. Watch at the moment of penetration up. I we read the same article. Oh god what i found. Amazing is the range was from thirty three seconds to forty four minutes. Yeah that's a huge huge variation it is and then what was really interesting to me. Was i read this whole article by a sex therapist. Who after doing a bunch of research broke down the ideal amount of penetration time in a sex act. I read this is insane. I told all last night. Everything i'd read he's like. How are you sharing miss on office. Ladies i was like. I don't know but i found it so fascinating. I know so what she found was that in serving the person being penetrated that their ideal amount of penetration time in sex was anywhere from five to eleven minutes but all of sex. They all wanted more than just penetration So she deemed that like the ideal amount of sex encompassing more than just that moment would be around nineteen minutes and that it should consist of ten minutes of four play and nine minutes of actual intercourse that she felt. This was the bullseye after all of her research. Okay well something i discovered in my research is that of these. Five hundred couples surveyed. The average time was five point four minutes and this was true continents. I mean literally. It's a global thing and this got me to thinking. Nineteen minutes and forty eight seconds. Yeah i did the math. I think it took them six minutes to get down to the warehouse. Six minutes to walk down a set of stairs or take the elevator..
"amy ryan" Discussed on Office Ladies
"Are back. Michael and holly have gone to lunch. We got fan questions from kelley. W sammy b and caroline p. What is the restaurant that holly and michael went to angela. You saw outside shot of this restaurant. Yeah i've been there in real life. It is a real restaurant in. Scranton called cooper's seafood house and we did not go to cooper so we used a shot at the outside the interior all the scoop from james -pedia james is back and amy ryan said. They did an amazing job amazing right. I looked at pictures online of the real coopers and compared them to screenshots. Because that's what i do now. I guess is yet. Yeah and we really congratulations to our set designers. They did a great job. Redressing this what. James pedia have james. A pedia said that we shot the interior at clancy's crab broiler in glendale california that we started shooting at eight. Am that day and there was a note on the call sheet that said the restaurant will be open for business at eleven am so they had three hours to film all of those restaurant scenes. And i asked him. I said now when it says they're going to open back up at eleven am does that mean we have to be done filming and get all our stuff out because we changed the look of the restaurant and he said what we would normally do is we would get in there really really early and dress it. Do you are scenes and get out as much as we can by eleven o'clock but they would go back the next day to like do a full clean up so the patrons that day eight and a kind of hybrid restaurant of clancy's crab broiler cooper seafood. Say that ten times fast. I could barely one rab. Broiler oiler nancy's crab broiler. Well here's a little something about cooper's alright brian. Baumgartner and i went there in two thousand and seven in scranton. If you go to cooper's seafood house website online there are a bunch of photos in their gallery. Section of brian and i i saw them one in particular. I am barefoot in standing on top of a table. Oh i missed that one. It's a good one. I'll put it put it in our stories clearly. Brian and i were there to have a good time and we did. We had a blast. Well this scene originally started with michael ordering for he and holly yes. He was going to be fancy man on a date. He said this restaurant was business romantic. Here's what he ordered will have the chowder to start. And then the lobster feast for two and do you have a house red. And then he wants you to know house makes a great read. yes. I feel like we're did he. Did he come up with that. He heard that somewhere. Someone was like the house. Wine is very good. The health makes a great read and now he's like he thinks the house is the winery. Yes well holly says she just wants a chef salad dressing with an ice tea. Yes she's not gonna have any house red and the waitresses to michael. Do you still want the to lobsters. And michael says yes..
"amy ryan" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Number one and number two. Oh my God but no I have seen it. We know Steve. Carell is a great example of number one on the call sheet and the tone is set because he's such a gracious decent human being and no one would dare step out of line and not that group would anyway. That was a pretty great ensemble on the office but I found myself being very protective of the crew. Like that's where I started using it. You know maybe they they're the messenger like the PA team and they'd get in trouble so I started then. I changed my language like tell them. Amy Asked so it was on me. How much longer till the scene is ready to the cameras light? You know whatever it was so I always framed by myself and try to give them lots of food and candy when in doubt at them. Free Shit and food. This is the secret to anybody's heart. Yeah I've found in my without naming names. Is there a worst example of someone? That's like the top down. Set The wrong vibe L. Michael Anderson and you say Oh that's Michael many. I know a secret as to you back. I've said this before. One of my favorite things I used to do my artwork junket kind of things and watch other journalists like leave a room that had just interviewed Michael Shannon. Because he's one of those actors that a lot of actors like especially being movie stars they go out of their way to ingratiate and like make someone feel comfortable. Michael relishes that can scare the shit out of somebody just missed this aura..
"amy ryan" Discussed on The Frame
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"amy ryan" Discussed on The Frame
"The netflix movie loss girls directed by the documentary. Filmmaker Liz Garbis. It is her first fiction film but it is inspired by a true story in the movie. Amy Ryan Stars as Mary Gilbert. She's a woman who's twenty four year old daughter. Shannon went missing about ten years ago. Shannon was an aspiring actress. She also worked as a prostitute. Lost GIRLS SUGGESTS. The police treated her disappearance like several other sex workers who are murdered around the same time and plays with indifference. We reached Amy Ryan on skype. She was at home with her family and before we started talking about loss girls. We chatted about the new reality of life as an actor with production shutting down over concerns about the spread of Cova Nineteen. And it's like one of the first times as an actor on thrilled. I don't have a job. You know And my husband is a writer. Said we both work freelance. So we have the luxury of being home at this moment together which feels comforting But you know but it's still it's still unnerving but we you know I'm also trying to keep it fun in the House for my ten year old so we got some puzzles and games out and trying to do stuff like that and watching Sim movies comedies. And but admit to be totally honest just making it up. Every day they keep doing things. I can keep keep cleaning the house but in weird places like I mean. I'm wiping down doorknobs but I'm suddenly. Mike needs at work in a museum. Paper clips like trying to have some kind of control. I guess I understand that I think what you and I are talking about. Is What it means to be a parent and to try to protect and sometimes be unable to protect or worry about your kids and that really goes to the heart of lost girls. I want to quote a line from the book that the film is based on by Robert Coker. The book is called lost girls and unsolved American mystery. Robert Coca writes this. A missing girl is missing only to the people who notice pretty much what this film is about isn't it? Yeah sure is I mean you know? This is the story of As you say Starts off with Shannon Gilbert. Who is the daughter of Mary? Gilbert that I play and when she went missing almost ten years ago because she was in the sex trade industry. I think the thought was well. These are disposable people or they probably wanted to missing anywhere. They didn't want to be found. Like why would we spend our money looking for them and our resources on and I think it also speaks to not only the women in sex industry but a lower economic scale like who gets the attention of the media and the and the police says and such so what are also does is start to demand accountability. The character Mary Gilbert and to make sure that these women are not forgotten and also that they're referred to as mothers sisters and daughters not hookers and prostitutes again like you know sensationalized version of them. She brings a lot of humanity back and I think it also speaks to not only the women in sex industry but a lower economic scale like who gets the attention of the media and the and the police union such so what are also does start to demand accountability. The character Mary Gilbert and to make sure that these women are not forgotten and also that they're referred to mothers sisters and daughters not cookers prostitutes again like a sensationalized version of them. She brings a lot of humanity back to them. Well it's funny. You use those words because I'm going to play a clip from the film where I think your character uses those words. What about our girls? Who's talking about them when they do? It's prostitute hooker. Sex worker escort. Never friend sister mother daughter. They don't care they them. I'm curious when you first heard about this story. And what part of it appeal to you as an actor and as a parent. Well I remember this when it happened in the news. That's around the time my daughter was born so any once you become apparent. Sure you've experienced this to that a parent worst nightmare stories. That are out. There suddenly come like in bold letters across you. Know Your your screen or your newspaper. And they're highlighted in a very dramatic way. So I remember this then and then when the script came Having been familiar with the story but not necessarily In terms of Mary Gilbert and the direction that the script goes and how wonderful the script. What attracted me to it was that it follows the women. It's it's not taking the time for like a police who done it. And what kind of person would do this to women like. We're not following the serial killer and trying to figure out him. We're following the women. And and what they went through. That was that was new which is also shocking. Say Oh let's this is a good way to tell a story. We're talking with Amy Ryan about her new movie loss girls and your director Liz. Garbis makes a couple of interesting choices and one of them is that the foam does not spend any time really examining what she did before she went missing. It is not interested for kind of I. Guess per unit reasons going into Shannon Gilbert's life as a sex worker because that seems irrelevant to the store she's trying to tell what one hundred percent one hundred percent anything else would just feel you know like some weird formative relation numb? And you're right. It shouldn't matter if she was a sex worker or a a lawyer on the fact that she was ignored. I mean that young girl had a twenty three minute nine one one phone call that they took it over an hour to come get her to. I mean she was clearly in distress Also by the way this phone call Suffolk County police. Department refuses to release it and they've been court ordered to do so and they still have not done it. It's very strange So again like the you know. There's still a lot of Disregard happening even ten years later. Emmy Ryan thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you and stay. Well sanitized.
"amy ryan" Discussed on The Frame
"Do It's the frame weekend. I'm John Horn. The singer Songwriter. M Ward is a member of monsters of folk along with Connor. Oh burst he's one half of she and him was Zoe Denel and in his spare time. He has released almost a dozen albums as a solo artist. His latest project is called migration stories and part of its inspiration with family history. His grandfather came from Mexico to the United States. M Ward was supposed to perform at south by southwest this year before it was cancelled when we skype recently I asked him about what kinds of conversations he's having about releasing an album in such uncertain times Ever since I started making music the other half of the equation of recording his terrain and performing the songs live for people as of Just a week or two ago. Everything's different. We're now thinking of other ways to perform but it might have to do with You know watching your computer screen and I'm happy that I can rely on people who've Been through similar things but for me. It's it's all brandon. I want to say it instantly reminds me of some of the themes you're exploring in migration stories that corona virus doesn't respect borders it doesn't respect nationalities religions. It is an equal opportunity factor. Yes and I'm wondering as you're thinking about what's happening in the world kind of on the pandemic level and what you're trying to address S. an artist on your album. Do you see them kind of overlapping about borders and who we are and how we relate to one another part of the original idea for the record was to see if there is a spiritual side of migration and There is one I think. Music in some way can help illustrate the movements. And it's hard to put into words exactly but As I was making this record I was learning about my grandfather's migration from Mexico to California the El Paso in New Mexico Arizona and simultaneously. I'm reading all these articles about migration and something. I was surprised by when I was travelling to Europe is that I was having the same conversations in reading. The same articles realized that the Global Movement and When I was talking to my family about my own grandfather's story seem to plug right in and Because I don't have any Photos or journals or anything like this from my grandfather. I feel like music can help fill in some of those plants. It almost sounds like you approach the making of this album the way a documentary filmmaker might put together a movie that you're collecting bits and pieces of stories here and there and then kind of weaving them together into a coherent whole. Have you ever gone about putting together an album that way ever tried to put an album exactly happened that way? But I'm definitely inspired by documentaries and I love how It doesn't really matter how many millions of people You're trying to tell the story of when it comes to filmmaker or for me a songwriter. The most I can do this deal with one character story or two characters and Try to dig as deeply as I can't do that story. We're talking with M Ward about his new album migration stories. I WANNA play a song from the album. This one is called unreal city.
"amy ryan" Discussed on The Frame
"Welcome back to the frame weekend. I'm John Horn. We are so happy to have you with us in the past week. We have seen movie theaters. Go from limiting the number of patrons to completely shutting down there just closed. In the time of social distancing some studios have heard their films onto streaming and video on demand platforms like the hunt. It's a bloody satire. We covered last week. It opened in theaters just last weekend. It's on Vod starting today but not all movies are getting that same radical treatment one film. That was supposed to open this weekend and now doesn't have a new release date is called the climb in the film. A couple of best friends are riding bikes up a mountain in France. When this happens to change to be with Marissa maybe Thomas Haircut and Tina made me being eight years for a year. Yeah Mike that she loves me for. Who I am. I love her for who she is. I can't wait to spend the rest of my life with Carlos love with what. What do you mean slapped like was sexually slept? The climb is co written and Stars Real Life Best Friends Michael Angelo Calvino and Kyle Marvin. Mike also directed the film this week. I reached them on opposite coasts I'm in Connecticut with my with my parents. Kyle what about you? I am in Alta Dena with my family I was looking at a couple of stories. The here's a story from March thirteenth from Indie. Wire talking about your film. The Boisterous in innovative buddy comedy was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics after its Festival launch and the company's still plans to release it on March Twenty in New York and Los Angeles and then three days later in deadline Sony Pictures Classics bromance comedy. The climb will not be opening this coming. So what is it like? I mean that's three days a pardon. Obviously a lot is going on the world the whip saw of. It's going to happen. It's not going to happen now. We don't know what's going to happen you know what's interesting about Our experience of POW transpired as we were on the road. Doing a press tour travelling like almost every day To a different city and doing local press there and You know it was like you would just see the evolution of of things changing and people responding differently in the news Sort of so so I think we we sort of. We got a pretty good sense early on that things were evolving pretty quickly and and I think we were obviously hoping that That thing that life as usual would be allowed to continue so we could release film but You know when when you're dealing with a global pandemic I don't think I think it's all put in perspective. Pretty quickly yeah. I mean I think we for this is Kyle. We think of it rather as like this is a Just another push. I mean we've been on the road with this movie for ten months so we're sort of at this point accustomed to continuing to extend our our run at promoting this movie and and getting it out there so for us you know. We're we're looking forward to to win. We can show it in theaters and less concerned about the effects attack on US looking backwards. There's just no no room for it now. I will add that. In September of last year I interviewed both of you as we wrote a Glendora mountain road a little bit east of Pasadena Ahead. A little mechanical problem where my bike would not shift out of a very difficult year. Now just for a long gear hitting hitting the hill so percent grade question John Out of wrath for most of us. It's because he's out of the saddle but when you think back at all of the things that you've had to do or had the opportunity to do talking about uh the film is a q. a little wistful that all the things right now. At least how are put on? Hold that you can't share the film having talked about it for almost a year. Now Kyle you could. You could say I was GONNA say for sure for us. You know we've been. We've been focused so much on releasing this time so much has gone into it and for us. That's something that we're going to have to deal with. But in the grand scheme of things I think as long as we stay focused and as long as we sort of pushed to be in theaters when all this passes and People WanNa get back to to movie theaters and get back to sort of a normality of life and want some entertainment. Then we'll be there with the movie that Hopefully makes them laugh. This this thing is showing US anything. It's like it's like how I mean I'm I'm in my house for three four days now. I'm already pent up and wanting to go to a movie theater and can't and so I to me. It's like a very we don't know what we have until it's sort of taken away and I think there's something really interesting when we talk about like what. What is the future of of theaters and cinema and and then we now can't go to movie theaters and I personally really crave that interaction of sitting in a theater with other human beings but also just getting out of the House for it. We're talking with Kyle Martin and Mike. Avinoam film the climb. It feels like this could be a moment where the fundamental equation of how movies are released and whether or not they go to theaters and wait three months before they're streaming or on video on demand might be changing as we speak. Have you guys felt the same way that we might be at a real pivotal moment in the future of exhibition and how audiences see movies? I mean I think we're still very much the mindset that heaters are still important. And there's there's a thing to be said about putting your cell phone down and not being able to look at it and being forced to stare at screen and a dark room and the effect that has of that piece of art on you in that seven you know for some of these bigger studio films. I think that's that's maybe a different equation that we're dealing with because we have the luxury of of maybe saying yeah. We'll ride this out. You know we. We can release whenever we're going to release because we're going to be you know especially box office which is a very different thing and I think the financial burden that we were our goals at the box office are very different. The navy you know a a big studio film But you know it'll be interesting to see how this shakes out and when the theater is open back up you know. What if there is this sort of surge of people going back to the movie theaters right afterwards? I WANNA ask you a couple of questions. How are you staying sane? And how are you staying saying as as artists because those are two different questions kyle? Why don't you go first? Yeah I mean for for me I think the staying sane I have my family and and we're all here and then this together playing board games and staying busy and and staying creative. I think you know for us as a writer what. You're trying to find a time where you're forced to sit in a room and quietly were work. So there's a blessing for me on the writing front to be focused and stay. Stay in and not go out and sit in front of my computer and write. Which is what I need to do now. Anyway so mike you know there's also these moments in time that just allow you to reflect and And Gain Perspective on on what's important in life and I think that's one of the biggest takeaways that Kyle and I've been discussing. Is You know we've been so sort of in the rat race of trying to release a movie and super focused on this project and its significance to us but Taking a step back and looking at you know just the world at large where our priorities. I my Vino is the Director Co writer and Star of the Climb Kyle. Marvin is the film's Co writer. And Co Star Guys. Thanks for coming on the show. Good luck with the movie. There'll be a lot of pent up demand whenever it is. We do get to see the climb in theaters. Good luck and stay healthy. Saint Michel Angelo. Vino directed the climb in Kyle. Marvin wrote the film. They also star in Sony. Pictures classics hasn't yet said a new date for its release..
"amy ryan" Discussed on The Frame
"They keep cleaning the house. But in your places like I mean. I'm wiping down doorknobs. Suddenly Mike needs work in these paper. Clips like trying to have some kind of control. I guess we reach actress. Amy Ryan at home where? She's hunkering down with her family. Her movie loss girls is one of the new releases on net flex. And the filmmakers of the climb don't know when their personal bromance will hit theaters with supposed to come out this week. One of the biggest takeaways kyle is. We've been so sort of in the rat race of cow trying to release a movie and super focused on this project but Taking a step back and looking at just the world at large at where our priorities and how are comedians and performers. Who make their living on the road writing out these times of closures and shutdowns. The frame weekend from the Mon Broadcast Center. I'm John Horn. We'll be right back. Welcome to the frame weekend. I'm John Horn. Thank you so much for joining us later in the show. We have some recommendations for you to stay inspired entertained and connected in these very strange times but first over the past week the lights have gone up at live venues around the world. In order to prevent further contagion of the krona virus and that loss of work has hit a lot of people really hard including comedians. The frame contributor Tim Grieving set out to learn how this time of social distancing is affecting the people who make us laugh. Most of you got nervous like this chick. Looks Mormon. Okay I know what it is. I got a real bad case of all. Raise your baby face. Just very wholesome and we're just round in white like a Chore Wheel With is men. Don't even picture me naked. They just picture me helping their mom. On Easter Tiller. Tomlinson is only twenty six but her stand up. Career is igniting in a big way after appearances on Conan and the tonight show to just released her first special on Netflix. You put comedy specials out in the hopes that people will see them and then buy tickets to come. See you on the road in the same way. Like bands put out albums now to ensure that people buy tickets to come see live. That's where a lot of people make most of their money. Now and entertainment is live event. Tomlinson had to cancel all of her live gigs. For at least the next two months she was on the lineup. For the inaugural net flicks is a joke comedy festival in late. April which also got postponed. I'm on the road every weekend unless you're doing a TV show or selling a special somewhere. Your main source of income is is doing comedy clubs or if you're a bigger act theaters on the road. So I think a lot of entertainers are having to sort of hunkered down. And just rely on their podcast or their patriotic or their merch site or their savings account. Link you really just kind of have to lay low right now and hope it gets better Jena. Friedman is another stand up comic. Hit by the shutdown twenty show tour. I had shows and Vegas London Amsterdam and where up Friedman got her. Start writing for the late show with David Letterman and as a field producer for the daily show with John Stewart. I love men. One of my best friends is a man. I am actually half man on my dad's side so she's had to eat some of the cost of our tour that then you have been really cool Flights and trying to get compensated for Hopefully Air France will step up because I keep tweeting them with. Friedman says she learned early on not to rely financially on her standup. I mostly make money writing and directing kind of creating my own content and working on some writing projects which is easy to do remotely and I write punch-up and write scripts and stuff you know but I also think a lot of comedians. If it weren't attended we'd be having the same conversation because I think comedy is particularly stand up comedy in our country. You either make no money or you make all the money. There's really no middle class. So if you are kind of like a stand up in the middle which I think at this point we'd have to kind of supplement your income and you always have had to pick one of my favorite Improv comedians. As Carl Hart here he is playing the character of chief on the podcast comedy. Bang Bang I am the chief of Acme Industries which the private investigating firm devoted to wind and clients find. And she's not even a client because you're trying to find her. I'm trying to find her. That whistling wizard Carmen Sandiego by southwest was cancelled. Tart lost paid Improv GIG. I'm all clubs are closed. He and his Improv team. White women comprised of black men won't be doing their monthly show at UCSB and even though performance don't get paid. It's still a loss. Nobody would know who I work with you. So with all the PODCASTS that I've done with all the TV shows and writing jobs that I've gotten all that stuff had come from people seeing me perform and then I ended up getting the money for. Tart is a writer on the upcoming NBC. Series starring Keenan Thompson. Which hasn't gone into production yet and for now he's still working only. The writer's room has gone virtual. We are currently working from home on June. The writer's room is such a communal thing and created juiciest. Kinda come naturally from US. Just kind of being cool each other right now not having that interpersonal connection and being over these like computing is kind of weird to. Oh what if this person is and then you end up talking to somebody and then it. Kinda cuts in and out you also booked a TV pilot as an actor which was supposed to shoot next week not anymore. Still TART KNOWS. He's one of the lucky ones law. Comedian Guy Servers and bartenders and stuff like that and with the bar's clothing and stuff. They're getting hit hard. Yeah a lot of people who are coming up in comedy. Who are just like before they get their job that they like getting like kind of rely on they all Kinda like in limbo but when things get dark Jena Friedman says we need to laugh more than ever for just in this weirdly chaotic moment. I do think you know humor is probably GONNA BE MAKING A resurgence. Just because you'll need it and get through this time for the frame. I'm Tim Grieving..
"amy ryan" Discussed on The Frame
"Lost Girls is a new movie from director. Liz Garbis while the filmmaker is best known for documentaries. Her new movie is a fictional drama. But it is inspired by a true story. Amy Ryan Plays Mary. Gilbert whose daughter Shannon went missing about ten years ago more than a year later her body was found on Jones. Beach Island in New York. Shannon was an aspiring actress and had worked as a prostitute lost girl suggests. The police treated her disappearance like several other. Sex workers were murdered around the same time in place with indifference in the film. Ryan's character tries to get the authorities to take her daughter's case seriously and consider whether a serial killer is on. The lose was actually the search for Shannon that led police to the discovery of several more bodies. We reached Amy Ryan on Skype at home with their family and I asked her what. It's like to be an actor right now. With productions and movie theaters shutting down over concerns about the spread of cove nineteen. And it's it's like one of the first times as an actor on thrilled. I don't have a job and my husband is a writer. Said we both were freelance. So we have the luxury of being home at this moment together which feels comforting But you know but it's still it's still unnerving but we also trying to keep it fun in the house or my tenure also got some puzzles and games out and trying to do stuff like that and watching some movies comedies. And but should be totally honest just making it up every day. I keep doing weird things I keep. I keep cleaning the house but in weird places like I mean. I'm wiping down doorknobs but I'm suddenly Michael. I need to work in a paper clips. It's like trying to have some kind of control. I guess I understand that I think what you and I are talking about. Is What it means to be a parent and to try to protect and sometimes be unable to protect our worry about your kids and that really goes to the heart of lost girls. I want to quote a line from the book that the film is based on by Robert Coker. The book is called lost girls and unsolved American mystery. Robert Coca writes this. A missing girl is missing only to the people who notice for pretty much what this is about. Isn't it. Yeah it sure is I mean you know. This is the story of As you say Starts off a Shannon Gilbert. Who is the daughter of Mary Gilbert that I play and when she went missing almost ten years ago Because she was in the sex trade industry. I think the thought was well. These are disposable people or they probably wanted to go missing anywhere they wanna be found like. Why would we spend our money looking for them and our resources And I think it also speaks to not only the women in sex industry but a economic scale like who gets the attention of the media and the police and such? So what are film also? Does START TO DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY. The character Mary Gilbert and to make sure that these women are not forgotten and also that they're referred to as mothers sisters and daughters not hookers and prostitutes again like a sensationalized version of them. She brings a lot of humanity back to them. Well it's funny. You use those words because I'm going to play a clip from the film where I think your character uses those words. What about our girls? He's talking about them when they do. It's prostitute Khokar. Sex worker escort. Never friend sister mother daughter care blame them. I'm curious when you first heard about this story. And what part of it appealed to you as an actor and as a parent. Well I remember this when it happened in the news. That's around the time my daughter was born so any once you become a parent sherve experienced this to that. All the parents worst nightmare stories. That are out. There suddenly come like in bold letters across you. Know Your your screen or your newspaper. And they're highlighted an very dramatic way. So I remember this then. And then when the script came Be Having been familiar with the story but not necessarily in terms of Mary. Gilbert and the direction that the script goes and how wonderfully the script what what attracted me to it was that it follows the women? It's it's not taking the time for like a police. Who Don it? And what kind of a person would do this to women like. We're not following the serial killer and trying to figure out him we're following the women And and what they went through. That was that was new which is also shocking. Let's this is a good way to tell a story and your director. Liz Garbis makes a couple of interesting choices and one of them is that the foam does not spend any time. Really examining what she did before she went missing. It is not interested for kind of I. Guess purry it. Reasons going into Shannon Gilbert's life as a sex worker because that seems irrelevant to the story she's trying to tell one hundred percent one hundred percent and anything else would just feel like some weird formative nation in you're right. It shouldn't matter if she was a sex worker or a a lawyer. You know on the fact that She was ignored. I mean that young girl had a twenty three minute nine one one phone call that they took it over an hour to come get her to. I mean she was clearly in distress Also by the way this phone call Suffolk County. Police Department refuses to release it and they've been court ordered to do so and they still have not done it. It's very strange So again like the you know. There's still a lot of You know disregard happening even ten years later. We're talking with Amy Rhianna about her new movie. Lost Girls I think it is oddly coincidental that this film is coming out the same week that Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to twenty three years in prison. Because this is story about how women were failed and how they weren't believed and people didn't think that what they were saying mattered and I wonder if you think there's a bigger story here about people that we don't want to believe we don't Wanna listen to and how hard it is for them to be heard and say this has happened and something needs to be done about it. Oh I think I mean you know Hallelujah. Harvey Weinstein Twenty three years. I mean it really. You know. It's it feels. It feels like it's been turning slowly but that is really going to embolden. I hope women to keep speaking up and speaking out and that progress can be made. I feel hopeful. I feel really hopeful for that. Besides its importance as a story. Loss girls also represent something that is increasingly rare and that is a lead role for an actor who is female who is maybe older than thirty five and navy okay. I was trying to aim low but yeah but I'm I'm proud. Fifty one year old third is but those kinds of parts. Don't come around very often. Is that heart of why you were so interested in playing this. Can I tell you something I have been told you know I? I found more success when I was thirty. Eight like when I was nominated for an Oscar and there was like. Oh you're not two more years you know forty. It's over for women at forty and I worked more past like forty five than I did at twenty five and you know that now that said I do see my male counterpart friends you know that. I came up with a New York. Doing maybe eight movies to my two. There is definitely a difference but But I have not. I've been very lucky and very satisfied to to play You know just keep working at my age But I again I feel like that's GonNa Change. It's changing slowly. I mean you have these amazing women Greece Witherspoon find content. And you know for women about women and I think more will follow a movie. Like lost girls is a narrative film about true events and a documentary can tell one version had story. A narrative film can tell a different version of that story but both can leave the audience thinking about things in a different way. And I'm curious if you think there is some takeaway that you want audiences to have after they see lost girls. Well Yeah I hope a few things I one. I hope women who are dismissed ignored. Just get louder like Mary. Gilbert did and I also hope that this film drums up so much tension that some Internet's loosen can happen and and This case get solved. Someone someone who knows someone who knows someone must know something and I'm hoping you know new evidence appears and there's new you know there's a new regime now suffo- county police department when from when this case happened. So maybe there's a new water there that is interested in it as well and If there can be closure for this family that would just be remarkable. I'd be so happy for them and I would be happy to know as part of a piece of art that moved. Things shifted situation. Amy Ryan thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank you and stay. Well sanitized be safe up on the frame fifty years ago. The Beatles Grammy for Abbey Road and it wasn't for album of the year fifty years ago at the nineteen seventy grammy awards. The Beatles Acclaimed Abbey. Road was up for album of the year but it didn't win the big prize that went to blood sweat and tears. The only grammy for Abbey Road was for engineering. The frame contributor Tim. Grieving recently visited with the assistant engineer. On those sessions John Kerr Lander who incredibly was only eighteen years old. At the time I started Abbey Road when I was sixteen I was working with Jeff. I'm mark is the the main Beatles engineer and he started when he was sixteen. One of the main points that I feel about having Rhode Island's basically engineered and mixed by children..
Amy Ryan Looks For The 'Lost Girls'
"Ryan Stars in lost girls. It's a film that takes a different approach to ensure a crime story but a string of murders of women on Long Island for not following the serial killer and trying to figure out him. We're following the women and what they went through that was that was new which is also shocking
"amy ryan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"amy ryan" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And this has been a little too much like federal one. Guttural has been jailed arts. What is it freeze lazing car lasso with my goal? My Co host Frank Santo Padre. That's hard to the gym. Kaos-gl Frank Santro Padre and we have been talking to and we have been talking to this going on your real amy lovely and talented the loudly tapped and she took her sweater off at the beginning of the show. Had A t-shirt underneath that mark. On your laugh when I go home. That's hard our our our guest. The lovely and doubted high you. You are the sport of Sports. One of my favorite episodes talk. You know.
"amy ryan" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Show finding your roots and doctor gates season six happening right now what's the latest episode well called secrets and lies and it features the actors Justina Machado Amy Ryan and Sigourney weaver awhile I would call to utilize because of deep dark families stories that we unveiled let's start with Amy Ryan AB the birth name Scott is Amy depict how pretty she chose her mother's surname Brian interstate you pay now we under the number buried secrets along her mother's aligned her maternal line first we discover that Amy's great grandparents named Jenny press Walter Ryan immigrated to America in nineteen oh seven from England as a married couple even know Jenny was actually already may fifth at the time to our first because the name a man named Albert press two she left behind in English and Jenny and Alfred had a sudden name Reginald Denny also abandon when she ran off to America and while pretending to be married in the United States Jenny and Walter had five children together including Amy's grandfather Maurice it was only after her real has been Alfred press died in nineteen thirty one the Jenny and Walter able to return to England and officially marry in their middle age that's an amazing story isn't that amazing yeah and then we wanted to find out what happened to Reginald the child Jenny had a bandit in England he seems to attract the merry the at a family of his own and he lived a long life and it's all spring or Amy's heretofore unknown English because of and you know what she said she looked at me in shock and said there's a whole other world outside while this jury yeah no kidding Sigourney weaver found out on her father's side that her third great grandfather Hispanic Sheffield weaver god he was eleven years old with the American revolution broke out in April of seventeen seventy five of course for the battle Concord and Lexington you you remember elementary school yeah his older brother Nathan enlisted in the patriot army which blackboard great grandfather free black man also enlisted in but soon older brother Nathan became too ill to serve and according to Sigourney the ancestors pension records Sheffield the brother at the tender age of twelve years old was called on to substitute for is sick older brother ended up station in Newport Rhode Island with the British attempted to invade the city in Sheffield and his fellow soldiers repel the invasion and the victory at Newport help pave the way for Rhode Island to become the first colony to sever it to leave can with England on may fourth seventeen seventy six twelve years old band wall yeah I haven't heard of anybody that young usually if if they're that young they're like a fight for our drummer yeah we don't know what exactly he did but they were probably so desperate they were shoving got did anybody yeah that they could right but I wanted to focus on the DNA results you know your extreme jeans you love beyond that yeah and our three guests have very interesting DNA and one of the goals of this series is to explode white supremacists notions of purity well Justina Machado is fifty seven percent European twenty five percent African and twelve point three percent native American and she was of Porter Rican descent and that people in the Dominican Republic in Cuba and importer Rico tend to have that kind of we called the rainbow coalition of the jeep out you know right European African is native American and DNA because in it Gaby Hoffmann call even if you're a hundred percent European going back five hundred years like Amy Ryan is a Sigourney check out this diversity for Amy Ryan fifty percent British and Irish fourteen point six percent eastern European nine point two percent French and German two point six percent Spanish and Portuguese two percent I skin G. Jewish one point five percent schedule it may be awhile and zero point five percent Greek in Boston and sixteen percent broadly north European and her DNA because it is according to the paper yesterday the candidate leading in the democratic primary the Iowa caucuses Bernie Sanders these Bernie Sanders there obviously to her Jewish that side of her family yeah and then finally Sigourney weaver is eighty four percent from Great Britain but also eight percent from Germany four percent from Ireland Scotland and Wales two percent from Norway and two percent from Sweden so what this shows is that even in the gene pool that was contained in the European continent there was a lot of mixing going on everybody when the lights came down there one way or another sometimes by choice often by force people were breeding with each other and be sure it just BCHS explode the notions of a centralized natural or biological fixed races and all that well you know when you consider first of all how much conquest there has been throughout history right people going the outlines and then what would happen is the conquerors mix with the Concord and and borders change and then you got natural disasters it forced people out economic circumstances and they all make you know mix and mix again and just the way things it is in it rape was just the cabin upon war and it remains that way it's a rich ticket to read this it's disgusting but it's it's true I mean all but one more reason that war no more that we should all work to abolish more wars tried as that sounds we need to hear it more than ever I would like to see of course got on comparative genocide and I think that our students need to study slavery yes but they should study slavery with the Holocaust yeah I'm with the Armenian genocide with the genocide in Rwanda and understand the genocide is a structure of social political economic structure that manifests itself all over the world and all throughout the historical timeline I had to tell Tony salu two Sundays ago that his he'll be in season seven that his great great grandfather was murdered in the Ottoman Empire because he was of Armenian descent and he was a Christian he was murdered in the warm up to the Armenian genocide the famous Armenian genocide song one forty five million Armenians killed by the Turks between nineteen fifteen in nineteen seventeen but this was twenty years before in eighteen ninety five when one hundred and fifty thousand Armenians were murdered and I think that that kind of teaching not to be morbid but teaching students that this spectre like Serbia and Bosnia in Russia ten million people killed all over the world and all throughout the historical timeline people of doing evil things to each other yes yes like even slaves Africans and just like the Jewish people in Europe and I think it would help to build links across ethnic lines across national lines if we know that we are all in the same boat we've all suffered and all of our engines has been scapegoated one reason why I like doing eastern European ancestry because you understand the history of anti semitism when you look at the pogroms you know in the eighteen eighties and eighteen nineties and a continuously that's why I think by any route to so effective in teaching world history and American street because you're so fascinated with the use of celebrities and I understand the details about the man what we do is package the detail of ancestry in the context of historical event so we're teaching as we're yes explicating ancestry absolutely true I think that's what we like to do here we think of it that way as as people dig up their roots and they learn about their ancestors they're really learning about themselves and learning about possibilities and and learning about different groups and how we interact in it it's just fascinating and it's and it's in lightning joyous exercise it is and you think that the ticket the Jewish community they've suffered so much of Eastern Europe you think that the paper trail disappeared with Amy Ryan we were able to go back to her six great grandfather but will be a given callously he was born in sixty nine million Poland and on our mother's side we were also able to go back to your six great grandfather named Kim at the ad said and he was born in seventeen forty two and traps are included so there you have a Jewish ancestry from Eastern Europe and non Jewish ancestry from England and we were able to go back almost contemporaneously it shows you that their records have remained despite the horrors of war genocide and often during wars or the systematic repression people the oppressors destroy the record Hey yes in the straits with the Huguenots yes absolutely but we're finding more and more and digitizing more and more every day it becomes easier to trace your family tree not easy but easier and that the airport and so let me ask you this of all the episodes you've done and all the seasons what was the reaction from the one celebrity you will never forget well Joe Madison who is who's here yes XM radio host sees nickname is the black eagle we discovered do DNA that his father quote on quote was not his fault that his biological father was different than the man he called father tool that man died and we have an ethics Procopius I can't reveal that credit to million people without some morning so I called him on a Saturday I said you'll never have to do this but we know definitively bat your biological father was a man who is different than you think and I said if you don't want to be in the series this is confidential information we won't reveal it publicly but you have to drop out of the series of meat if you stand the series we will have to talk about it and that's all I can tell you about this person and without missing a beat he goes really and I answered yes and he paused and then he said I want to be in the series and I want to know the truth he's doctor Henry Louis gates he is the host and the creator of the PBS series finding your roots its on Tuesday.
"amy ryan" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"But for a while i did a another podcast called talk and walk and where i just had someone over the house and just it was to people talking in conversation manusha my dinner with andrei kind of situation beyond no real topics are going anywhere and i spoke only as christopher walk and we didn't mention him or me anywhere in the conversation the whole time just inexplicably i'm only speaking death and that was getting lost the most i've ever been for sure because it was conversation only wasn't pushing an impression was it an interview he was just conversations covers asia there's about fifteen of them online now called talking walking out and there there there's there's probably a couple of them that are worth listening to a couple of films coming out the new year and then i'll let you go strange but true yes worked with the amy ryan bryan cox the fred berger produced la la land brought the script to me it's a fantastic script um um just finishing it i don't know what we're we'll see it or win but i would imagine director who directed rohan uh um i'm skipping his last name got darn it you're gonna like hit me on all sorts of look up strange mature answer that question for yourself and the other films red sea diving resort this looks incredible yes gideon rafael directed uh an road he did homeland in a number of really impressive things in he found this story a little argo ask i guess it takes place in the late seventies and it was the ethiopian jewish crisis there were a number of ethiopian jews being persecuted they crossed over into the sudan where you know basically they were in a refugee status and their conditions went from bad to worse.
"amy ryan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Coming up amy ryan you seen her on the wire in the office gone baby gone nominated for an oscar for that one she's starring in the new movie abundant acreage available she'll talk to me about all that stuff plus the time that she convinced her dad skipping cali to become an actor was a good idea i remember that moment find my first paychecks and it was more than that he was very happy that i'll talk with shakes aranha he wrote for grant lend and vice now he's writer for the ringer as well as the leader of his own online cult of personality before he took up writing fulltime taught middle school science for night if you've ever struggled to win over the hearts in minds of teenagers now is the time to listen it because shakes iran has the answer if you give a kid nickname decade will run through a wall for you that's all it is because they know you care at least a little bit about them i was taken name for my old movies i saw these two kids always hanging out together you guys are terrible in ozone layer uganda's tyrone ozone i try to explain the tunnel breakdown some of it than may says them make sense shout out to my producer kevin electro rock ferguson then later on i'll talk about the team that had the worst record in all of baseball this senior why i love them that's all coming on both sides let's go it's roles i i'm jesse thorn when you see amy ryan actor some about her that just kinda gets in your head maybe you saw her on the wire choose beatty the port cop who ends up dating one of the main characters short of plainspoken salt of the earth little vulnerable to arabi saw her in gone baby gone where she earned herself an academy award nomination or maybe you saw her being hilarious on the office where she played steve corrales characters girlfriend holly all of those are great supporting roles but now in the new movie abundant acreage available amy ryan is taking the lead the movie centers around amiez character tracy and her relationship with her brother jesse he's played by terry kenny tracy and jesse father just died and while the two siblings kind of hashtags out there visited by.
"amy ryan" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"If i tell her note everything than cheese can nino first will not be able to explore that side of her um and uh i i don't i don't wanna have at onus i don't want to ruin her swastika to it she should do it absolutely i don't want to tell my kids they can't go into entertainment but there's definitely a part of me that wants to trick my kids into not wanting that yeah yes you have it but you know she's been on sets with our dad and you now she passes posters of ibn alana brought city and she's like those there is lobbying on there's eric works on brought city now like there's a lot of that comes into our house our world that she thinks is daytoday that must commentary by his house halt everybody must know having on and their shift if he if you can you be very happy lied on but cheese funny takes after a dad he's funny your brief funny to orion carry of rick superfly i didn't say she was super finance she's fun funny who asking to haunt nathan shielded this recording will haunt me great skirt well uh amy ryan i'm so grateful to you for its to taken all this time to come on bullseye oats just such a joy to get to talk to you i admire your work so much thank you so much avalanche on our conversation amy ryan ladies and gentleman go see abundant acreage available if you can it's in theaters in new york city right now we'll have a link to the trailer on our website just find the i page at maximum fun dot org.
"amy ryan" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"He wants to go she wants to stay can him i'm sure like fighting over land and property when families dies very common with many many families um but they managed to keep their individuality throughout it you're listening to bowls i i'm jesse foreign i'm talking with the actress amy ryan do you think you're siblings think at cool that you're movie star or annoying um they better angus now i don't think of now as you might know early unaffiliated so they've been so supportive my whole family you know uh my family my sister is my my parents my dad wanting to live like they never they never put pressure on that they were happy i was happy um and that's like the greatest gift you can give to any uh actor is like leaving him be you know support them but leave him be was a true when you decided to work out of high school instead of going to college well in the beginning and thereby clank tad my dad was a little more reluctant he's like what do you mean new eightyear an actor when he ganic when he gonna come worked for me or you know it is great moment to remember one time visit and it's just it's just about not knowing the territory in way means than um working in this heater are working or travelling to go work in a theater which scared by tat there my my mom slammed her hand down on the table and a restaurant rawl at and she just said you know she's doing what she wants.
"amy ryan" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"All of those are great supporting roles but now in the new movie abundant acreage available amy ryan is taking the lead the movie centers around aim is character tracy and her relationship with her brother jesse he's played by terry kenny tracy ingest he's father just died and while the two siblings kind of hashtags out there visited by a group of strangers who say their family owned the farm when they were kids in this seen tracy is burying her father's cremated remains in the fields of his tobacco farm but her brother is very seriously religious and he thinks they should have a more formal funeral i'm putnam here jesse in the earth right here right now you don't like it you could take a fly late what do you want your promotion that columbarian across make united methodist maybe we go visit him once a week or mon room some flowers just don went in front of you with villa the ceremony good good with nothing mover this is his place here with us with his two kids on his form where he spent his life this is where he should be who returning amy ryan welcome to bolster its great heavy on the show thank you for having me amy ryan do you you're a very gifted actress in many areas in categories however one thing that you are famous for is not messing up accents and i know that that's like are one of the more technical and less artistic parts of acting in we'll talk about art stuff in a minute but what do you have to do to not mess up an accent had cash acting not make fun of the people that you're trying to portray.