Monday, May 17, 2010

Film Socialisme


NY Times

trailer (whole film in fast motion)

interview 

press kit 

portions

8 comments:

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

stooges at aragon in august!!

Rich On Liz's Computer said...

Wow, awesome...I am reading the interview tomorrow at work!

How was jury duty?

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

It turned out real good. I got lots of reading done of this book I;m REALLY enjoying about Robert Irwin. borrowed my parents' car to avoid the shit commute. sat for three hours in a room that necessitated the invention of the term 'kafkaesque' had it not already existed. seriously! orson welles has nothing on the basement of the maywood circuit courthouse!! half the group was called at 11:05 for a trial. and by 11:15 they announced our trial had just been 'settled'. So I was home by 11:45. real good! thanks for asking

Jackie said...

i like how the one fucking day i don't check the stooges tour dates, i hear about it. so thank you tim!

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

hi jackie. I dont mean to be an underhanded dick or anything but I think (and some of our colleagues may agree) that the godard info needs to remain front and center for just a few days. The guy gets stomped on everyday (not to say that you are consciously doing so). How strange to think that since we are so lucky to have him present in our lifetime.. and info on his new work NEEDS to be held up somewhere. So what better place? well, tons--but this is a start. Especially for the silent viewers that I know and dont know about--

If you wouldnt mind just waiting a few days and then you can put yrs right back up top. sorry again. If this totally pisses you off--please feel free to move yr post up now. cuz Im not pulling some rank since there is no rank.

Jackie said...

nope, not mad at all. i just wanted to share it otherwise i would have forgotten. no problem!

Mr Bigpants Cock (of the) Walk said...

Thanx so much!

Deanna said...

I made the mistake of reading Ebert's review. I no longer have eyes because I stabbed them with a crochet hook. You'd be shocked at how pliant the optic nerve is--I could knit a sweater from it! You know, if I could still SEE.

Thanks for posting this, Tim. I'll have to read the interview when I'm not running late for tutoring. Watched the trailer last night, looks fascinating.