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Reply #105 on: February 07, 2013, 04:42:56 PM
LOL okay. You just succeeded at elevating my anticipatory juices more than they already were. Which says a lot.


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Reply #106 on: February 07, 2013, 07:44:16 PM
However unlikely it may be, I'm praying that one of the last ones is with Jonny Greenwood. Other than that, a spectacular job Modage, thanks for these interviews.


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Reply #107 on: February 07, 2013, 09:05:34 PM
However unlikely it may be, I'm praying that one of the last ones is with Jonny Greenwood.
For what it's worth, me too.  :yabbse-undecided:
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Reply #108 on: February 08, 2013, 02:18:53 AM
Is Mihai a possibility? And by the way, not sure if you want to tell us or not...how did you even get this to happen? Sounds like a story.


PS: That 'Candy' film Bridges mentioned  :yabbse-thumbup: :yabbse-thumbup: :yabbse-thumbup: :yabbse-thumbup: :yabbse-thumbup: what a mood

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Reply #109 on: February 08, 2013, 08:09:50 AM




I watched like 40 minutes of it, It's fucking hilarious in a sort of ridiculous way (Ringo starr as a mexican gardener/rapist? LOL). You can tell the Coens took A LOT from it as inspiration for The Big Lebowski. There are lines of dialogue that are taken almost verbatim.  I'm sure PTA is aware of that.


P.S:  Ewa Aulin was pretty fucking hot. Kinda looks like a young Heather Graham.
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Reply #110 on: February 08, 2013, 10:36:36 AM
Is Mihai a possibility?
Yes. Working on it.

And by the way, not sure if you want to tell us or not...how did you even get this to happen? Sounds like a story.
Not too exciting. I had the idea for something like this a few years ago when the film started up and I've basically just been pestering Weinstein Co. & PR people since the film came out to make it happen. And it finally did!
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Reply #111 on: February 08, 2013, 12:58:54 PM
I watched like 40 minutes of it, It's fucking hilarious in a sort of ridiculous way (Ringo starr as a mexican gardener/rapist? LOL). You can tell the Coens took A LOT from it as inspiration for The Big Lebowski. There are lines of dialogue that are taken almost verbatim.  I'm sure PTA is aware of that.

It was probably an influence, but more in a general spirit sort of way. The sorta episodic structure, the rich cast of secondary characters, etc. But I don't think there's a single line taken verbatim or anything even close to verbatim. More this type of movie than this movie in particular, I'd say.

The Brando and Burton sequences are my favorites, just for their out and out silliness. Fingers crossed for a glass-bottomed car scene in Inherent Vice.


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Reply #112 on: February 11, 2013, 09:21:39 AM
"Making The Master" Part IV with Production Designers Jack Fisk & David Crank
http://cigsandredvines.blogspot.com/2013/02/interview-making-master-with-production.html
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Reply #113 on: February 11, 2013, 10:10:03 AM
More great stuff. What's so good about these interviews is how they really give people a notion how production actually works. The changes in the script, improvisation, how it affects their work, etc... it also helps that these people are among the best at what they do. And they seem to be very nice people to talk to.

I hope you got to talk to the editors. That would be heaven.
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Reply #114 on: February 11, 2013, 02:26:22 PM
"JF: One of the most difficult scenes to shoot was a short scene in an elevator after they have the conflict in the rich woman's house in New York. They were leaving and Joaquin and the whole family are in the elevator. He wanted somebody to fart and I donít know if you know Paul but he loves fart jokes. We had to keep shooting it because every time the sound effects would make the fart sound, Paul would start laughing! [laughs] And everybody in the elevator, which was just a 3 walled set, would start laughing. We shot that thing for like an hour and a half and itís one shot in the film. Heís like a kid sometimes."

Haha, P called it.


You guys are once again raising up a stink over an insignificant issue.. the real question we need to be asking ourselves in that elevator shot is: who farted?

I think that's what the scene will be about.


Great Job Mod!!


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Reply #115 on: February 11, 2013, 05:18:58 PM
That was great! My favorite part:

JF:Davidís a completely different animal than either of them because Davidís more like a painter. David has the film in his head and he creates his own world. When you work with him you simulate David Lynch, youíre not bringing a lot of your own self to it. Youíre trying to help David create the stuff he wants. With Paul, heís almost like a jazz musician. Heís so musically tuned, heís so passionate and so unpredictable. Terry is unpredictable in a different way. Terryís a philosopher and he has something he wants to say. I always think that with Terry it doesnít even matter which character says it, as long as it gets said.
Terry works with visual poetry and Paul is much stronger with character. With Paul itís about character and itís easy to work that way because everybody starts thinking about the character.


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Reply #116 on: February 12, 2013, 10:02:06 AM
Thanks guys! Madisen Beaty is up next on Thursday. She talks working with Joaquin who has "no limits" and reveals the original title for the film (which was printed on flasks and t-shirts and given to the crew).

Any guesses?
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Reply #117 on: February 12, 2013, 10:54:18 AM
Freddie Got Gingered


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Reply #118 on: February 12, 2013, 04:36:32 PM
Thanks guys! Madisen Beaty is up next on Thursday. She talks working with Joaquin who has "no limits" and reveals the original title for the film (which was printed on flasks and t-shirts and given to the crew).

Any guesses?
The Split Sabre.


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Reply #119 on: February 12, 2013, 04:53:53 PM
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