People claim that I do only remakes [ed. note: Guadagnino previously remade “Suspiria” and his film “A Bigger Splash” was inspired by “La Piscine”] , but the truth of the matter is cinema has been remaking itself throughout its existence. It’s not because it’s a lazy way of not being able to find original stories. It’s alway about looking at what certain stories say about our times. The first “Scarface” from Howard Hawkes was all about the prohibition era. Fifty years later, Oliver Stone and Brian De Palma make their version, which is so different from the Hawkes film. Both can stand on the shelf as two wonderful pieces of sculpture. Hopefully ours, forty-plus years later, will be another worthy reflection on a character who is a paradigm for our own compulsions for excess and ambition. I think my version will be very timely. … [Read more...] about Luca Guadagnino on Creating His HBO Series, Trump’s America, and Why He’s Remaking ‘Scarface’
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Wednesday's discussion is the first known circumstance of a sitting American president meeting with a Taiwanese presidential candidate since Washington broke diplomatic ties with Taipei in 1979 as part of its recognition of the communist government in Beijing. … [Read more...] about White House Downplays Trump Meeting With Tycoon
The case took place in ritzy San Pedro, where local police officers arrested a drug trafficker on a petty charge only to eventually turn him over to hitmen working for a feared drug lord who authorities claim has ordered murders in Texas as well. The incident took place in early June when San Pedro Police Officer Juan Carlos Garcia Marin and his partner arrested 37-year-old Gonzalo Fernando “El Terry” Rodriguez Galindo on a charge described as “administrative in nature,” U.S. law enforcement sources working in Mexico revealed to Breitbart Texas. Soon after the initial arrest, a judge issued a fine for the petty offense and ordered El Terry’s release. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: Two Cops in Mexican Border State Tied to Cartel Kidnapping
Judge Stewart initially tossed out the complaint against Trump and his partner on the grounds that the contractor was the responsible party regarding the workers. The plaintiffs appealed, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit reinstated the complaint, returning the case to Judge Stewart. … [Read more...] about Trump Tower Was Built on Undocumented Polish Immigrants’ Backs
But landlords say a spike is unlikely. They argue that they must have a way to replace non-paying tenants with paying ones, or they risk foreclosure themselves. An extended moratorium creates an incentive to not pay. The delinquency numbers suggest that hasn’t been the case, but it does appear the elimination of late fees in Colorado from March to June 13 may have resulted in more late payments. … [Read more...] about With moratorium lifted, will Colorado’s rental market see a spike in evictions?