These days, a number of my interviews are done by phone because I am juggling some complicated scheduling around the lives of my kids. You do it no matter how hard it is, because it means something to them and you only get one shot at that. What happens when you get away with a story for so long that you forget you told it, until someone else starts peeling away at the edges of it?
During the election campaign ofa cane clenched firmly in the right hand, Jack vaulted from planes, trains and automobiles — as it were — criss-crossing the country AFTER recently beating cancer and undergoing hip surgery. Jack the Juggernaut overtook the once-reigning, now-pathetic federal Liberals easy enough given the wishy-washy egghead leader Michael Ignatieffbut also drove his party to the highest levels of support in Canadian history. Most importantly and stunningly, Jack dealt a powerful blow to the separatist movement by thoroughly decimating the traitorous Bloc Quebecois, winning a whopping 59 of 75 seats in the mostly French-speaking province.
Near the beginning of Stories We Telldirector Sarah Polley's documentary about her family, her sister Joanna is asked how she feels about being part of the movie. Perfectly candid, she responds, "I guess I have this sorta instinctive reaction of, like, 'Who fucking cares about our family? It's one of the earliest moments of unguarded honesty in a film that's full of them, but it also speaks to a problem that a lot of "personal" projects have.
July 03, Film Movie Review. Sign up for our newsletters Subscribe. Sarah Polley has been acting in movies and TV shows since she was four years old: the Toronto native made her screen acting debut in the Disney feature One Magic Christmasand her role in the CBC series Road to Avonlea made her a star in Canada at age
As the movie ended, I cried. Not a little—these were torrential, impolite, and irrational tears, the likes of which had not touched my face since my father died over a decade ago. It made little sense.
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Actually she was looking for her purse, which was on the empty seat next to her. Rachel refused to talk about this movie with me though I was filled to bursting with questions. The only good thing she said about it was that it made her feel better about HER life.
His comments begin about half way down. The nice people at the Book and Periodical Council wanted me to be as well behaved as possible. I was one of the people in the Canadian arts scene not named Sarah Polley who spoke to the Senate last week about the dangers of allowing the Canadian Heritage Minister to deny tax credits to films and TV shows deemed "contrary to public policy.
Hey, Sarah, wanna cover my shift? I've got to go to Vegas so the audience won't have to listen to my annoying accent for another thirty minutes. Katie, you've got to go upstairs and hang out with this evil, psychotic, paranoid, horny drug dealer while I go try and sell some ecstasy.