In donor of the acting great’s big day and remarkable cinematic tenure over the past 70 years, we’ve reprinted his Interview feature from January 1991. I purchased your guide last Tues., but I had two job interviews. Prior to that, I went to five interviews, got nothing, went to this one and landed a job. Happy 90th birthday, Harry Dean Stanton! And over the course of the evening, we learn quite a bit about both of them, or so we think. It’s Like Knowing All the Answers Before a Test What do you consider your most significant strengths? “You have a wonderful source of information at your site. Use your thank you letter, as well, to address any issues and concerns that came up during the interview.
I think theres three sort of palettes to the music that we used in the film. I guess kind of two overarching ones, and its like, there is a lot of music that is actually in the world, everything from stuff thats playing on car radios, a song thats playing on the inside of the bar, the music that she listens to when she dances. And then the music of the movie. And it was important to us to kind of make them super, super drastically different. visit the siteAnd the Amalia Rodrigues music, which is the Portuguese Fado music that she dances to and is the credit music, was something that the actress Kika, she is from Portugal, and right before we started shooting, she had gone home to Portugal to visit her family. And her mom was just like, listening to my Amalia Rodrigues endlessly. And she came back, she was like, Oh, you know, I remember that the mom had listens to Amalia Rodrigues all the time, and she played it for me. And I was like, Oh my god. And the song that shes dancing to for her father is literally called I Will Take Care of You After You Die. CS: Oh wow. Pesce: And I was just like, Wow, this is so perfect. And the tone of the music was sad, but weirdly hopeful. And the subject matter was so on point. And I thought that essentially where the father sort of comes in, the music is surrounding and is the sort of thin, ethereal, more like, synthy music and kind of having this really iconic, different, unique sound was arresting in a way that I thought was very interesting.
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