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  • 26.6.2016 v 20:02

    Slovníček argentinsko-českých výrazů - I

    Protože je tu dost lidí, kteří se zabývají titulkováním argentinských seriálů, chtěl bych jim nějak pomoci,

    a to alespoň touto cestou.

     

    Když se váš argentinský přítel na schůzku dostaví pozdě se slovy "Che chabón, no sabés! se cagó la

    chata en la loma del orto y nos quedamos en bolas!", asi se budete chtít zapsat do kurzu španělštiny

    pro pokročilejší, že?

    Pochopitelně vám to nebude k ničemu. Můj slovníček snad ano.

    Argentinci mluví jiným druhem caste-shh-ano (castellano - španělštiny), který dokáže

    "vykolejit" i ostřílenějšího gringa.

    Argentinci milují pokec. Komunikují přímo, otevřeně a často hlasitě.

    V Argentině vulgárnější jazyk není tabu.

    Vážená starší žena bude nadávat jak dlaždič, a nikdo nepohne brvou.

    Pokud máte jistou nadváhu, pak v Argentině vám budou pravděpodobně

    přezdívat "el Gordo", nebo, pokud jste tmavšího vzezření, budou vám

    možná říkat "Negro", nebo pokud budete mít polské předky, pak pro ně

    budete pravděpodobně "el Polaco". Nikdo však vás nezamýšlí urážet

    a určitě to v tom nehledejte žádnou faleš. Když dva Argentinci spolu

    komunikují, jejich svoboda projevu je evidentní. Ačkoli jsou Argentinci

    ohromní patrioti a bez váhání vám budou tvrdit, že jejich země má nejvyšší

    hory, nejchutnější hovězí, nejkrásnější ženy, nejlepší vína a fotbal, obratem

    vám řeknou, že jejich země má nejzkorumpovanější vládu, a je plná lhářů

    neschopnými blbci. Ale, která země není, že ? :-)

    Argentinci mají spoustu slov, kterými jsou schopni všechny tyhle neschopné,

    pitomé, lhající a zbytečné osoby i domácí spotřebiče popsat.

    Používají je s takovou frekvencí a vášní, že každý cizinec se bude muset

    zeptat co je to "boludo" a proč to nemůže vůbec ve slovnících najít.

    Unikátní formě španělštiny, kterou se v Argentině mluví, se celkem nejsprávněji

    říká Rio Platense (rioplatense).

    Rioplatense se identifikuje i používáním "vos" místo "tú" (2. osoba j.č. sloves),

    nebo výslovnostií dvojitého L nebo Yi, Yo, Ya atp. Slovo "pollo" se tedy bude číst

    jako /pošo/, "yerba" jako /šerba/, atp.

     

    pokr. příště

  • 17.1.2016 v 18:14

    Jonatan Bökman *13.04.1995 (Nynäshamn, Stockholms län, Švédsko)

    Vlastním jménem Jonatan Bo Henrik Bökman.

    Přezdívka: Jonte

    Výška:1,76 m

    Bydliště: 

    Jättekastgränd 8
    149 30 Nynäshamn

    https://m.facebook.com/jonatan.bokman

     

     

    Jonatan Bökman *13.04.1995 (Nynäshamn, Stockholms län, Švédsko)
  • 28.11.2014 v 17:33

    Spencer Lofranco (*October 18, 1992, Toronto, ON, Canada)

     

    Spencer Lofranco's first-ever audition landed him the lead role in Jamesy Boy, an indie with an impressive cast including James Woods, Mary-Louise Parker, Ving Rhames, and Taissa Farmiga. The film, which comes out in theaters today, is based on the life of James Burns, a working class boy from Pennsylvania who spent his adolescence in and out of a juvenile detention centers. "I was playing a character that I understood," explains Lofranco. "James and I have similar pasts, and we've gone through similar experiences growing up."

     

    Things having been going pretty well for the 21-year-old Canadian actor ever since: this Spring, he'll appear in At Middleton with Taissa Farmiga (again), her older sister Vera Farmiga, and Andy Garcia. When we talk on the phone, he is in Australia about to begin work on Angelina Jolie's WW2 film Unbroken. Lofranco will play Harry Brooks, the ill-fated pretty boy on protagonist Louis Zamperini's B-24 crew.

     

    ACTING AMBITIONS: I decided I wanted to be an actor when I was 17. I was always funny guy, always trying to make people laugh and always the center of attention. I guess I was being an actor my whole life. I finally realized what I was doing and it was just getting me in trouble. I went to summer acting classes. Then I did a year conservatory at New York Film Academy and then that's when I got Jamesy Boy.

     

    My mom growing up was a dancer, an opera singer, and she also did acting. Growing up, sometimes my mom would take me to auditions and I would sit in the waiting room with her. My dad didn't want me to be an actor; he wanted me to be a hockey player and become a lawyer. That didn't happen.

     

    AUDITIONING PHILOSOPHY: Auditioning is an interview process. There are so many people that are right for roles, and you're not going to get every one. The most important thing is that you make a good impression, show you're a professional, and move on.

     

    JAMES BURNS THE MAN VS. JAMES BURNS THE CHARACTER: James was very involved [in Jamesy Boy] because it was based on his life. Me and James had developed a relationship prior to filming and we had trust in each other. He was on set and there were certain time where we would just talk if things weren't going right or if I really wasn't capturing what I wanted to capture. [But] I would usually to go Trevor [White], the director. The work with James was mostly done beforehand. I felt like, yes, I was playing James, but at the same time I was also playing a character that I knew very well. James and I were both troubled and we were sent to institutions for juveniles—I was sent to a military high school and James had been institutionalized when he was very young. My parents were divorced; his parents weren't together. There was a lot of drugs and alcohol and abuse in his family growing up. There were just a lot of similar things that we had to deal with, so we could to relate each other.

     

    ANOTHER LIFE: James didn't really have his father around; his father had left him. Thankfully, my father sort of saved me. James grew up a lot more quickly and felt like he had his this responsibility to take on the world, whereas I was just lost and confused growing up. I needed something to put me on track, and my dad really enforced that and helped me. Playing James made me reconsider my own experience, but also his story is inspiring. The messages that this movie tells are important to me because I'm still not perfect; I'm still trying to be better.

     

    ANGELINA JOLIE, AN ACTOR'S DIRECTOR: I haven't really worked with her yet; today's going to be my first day. But what I've heard is that she really respects the actor and wants the actor to be comfortable. Comfortable isn't really the right word—you shouldn't be comfortable. I guess she wants people to know that they're safe and there's going to be another take—it's all good. That's the type of attitude she has.

     

    THE REAL WORLD: Growing up, Angelina Jolie was my dream girl. Now I'm going to shoot a movie with her. [laughs] It's crazy. I tell people and they're like, "Yeah... okay." They don't even believe me. I met these girls the other day and they were like, "You're not actor," and I'm like, "Okay..." Then they start looking you up and all that stuff. It's something I've got to get used to, I guess. Sometimes I'll say I'm artist, or I'm a lawyer, or I'm in school for engineering, because in L.A., everyone's an "actor."

     

    BACK-UP PLAN: If I weren't an actor, I would probably move to Africa and help support the effort over there; help the kids that are in need and do my best to give my love to the unfortunate.

     

    THE FUTURE: I want to do real-life, candid films. I don't want to be thrown into anything that could jeopardize my career. I want to be wise about what I choose. Actors whose choices I've liked are Sean Penn, Leonardo DiCaprio, River Phoenix.

     

    http://movies.about.com/od/interviewswithactors/fl/Spencer-Lofranco-Jamesy-Boy-Interview.htm

    http://www.film-addict.com/news-reviews/daily-dose/item/2313-five-questions-in-10-minutes-with-spencer-lofranco

     

     

    Spencer Lofranco (*October 18, 1992, Toronto, ON, Canada)
  • 17.11.2014 v 19:51

    LEE WILLIAMS, nar. 3. dubna 1974 v Bangoru, Wales, Velká Británie

    The Wolves Of Kromer narrated by Boy George

     

     

    Jeho CV:

    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0931146/resume?ref_=nm_ov_res

    Dabing:

    http://www.yaketyyak.co.uk/pages/boys2.asp?id=150&voicetype=All

    LEE WILLIAMS, nar. 3. dubna 1974 v Bangoru, Wales, Velká Británie
  • 12.11.2014 v 10:34

    Xavier Dolan

    http://instagram.com/xavierdolan

    Xavier Dolan
  • 25.12.2013 v 07:58

    CELEBRITIES´ FACTS ... FOR FUN, OF COURSE :-)

    http://www.zergnet.com/news/68135/10-celebrities-who-should-have-never-attempted-plastic-surgery

     

    CELEBRITIES´ FACTS ... FOR FUN, OF COURSE :-)
  • 2.3.2013 v 16:53

    Dr. No (1962)

     

    In Terence Young's first Bond film about British agent 007:

    *** the trademark introduction of agent 007 James Bond's (Sean Connery) name across a casino's gaming room table to beautiful, defeated chemin de fer gambler Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson): "Bond, James Bond"


    *** John Barry's distinctive theme music
    *** Bond's typical conversation with his flirtatious boss' secretary Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell): (Bond: "What gives?" Moneypenny: "Me - given an ounce of encouragement")
    *** the scene of a giant hairy, venomous tarantula crawling up Bond's arm
    *** the great entrance scene of a sexy, white bikini-clad conch-hunter Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) with a thigh-high knife emerging from the warm Jamaican water singing the calypso song "Underneath the Mango Tree" and shaking herself dry
    *** Bond's response to a horrified Ryder after he has killed one of villainous Dr. No's (Joseph Wiseman) armed guards on the island by knifing him in the back: "Because I had to"

    The James Bond franchise is the longest-running one in film history.

    The first of six films starred Sean Connery as James Bond. And this was the first of fourteen films to feature Lois Maxwell as M's secretary Miss Moneypenny.

    With the series' first gun-barrel opening credits sequence, and composer Monty Norman's 007 theme music. The film also marked the first appearance of Bond's handgun weapon of choice - a 7.6 mm Walther PPK.

    Though this was the first James Bond film produced by MGM for the big screen, it was not the first Bond film. The first on-screen appearance of James Bond (portrayed by Barry Nelson) was in a 1954 made-for-TV adaptation of Ian Fleming's book Casino Royale.

    This film was the only Bond film to not include some variation of "James Bond will return" in the closing credits.

    Dr. No (with a penchant for unusual murders, committed by "three blind mice" assassins, and a deadly tarantula) was the first villain to do in the Bond film franchise.

    With a production budget of about $1.2 million, and gross revenue of $16 million (domestic) and $60 million (worldwide).

    Set-pieces: the destruction of Dr. No's base and his demise.

    Bond Villains: The Three Blind Mice, Photographer (Margaret LeWars), Mr. Jones (Reginald Carter), Professor R. J. Dent (Anthony Dawson), Miss Taro (Zena Marshall), Dr. Julius No (Joseph Wiseman)

    Bond Girls: Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson), Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress)

    Number of Love-Making Encounters: 3

    Film Locales: Kingston, Jamaica, London, England, Crab Key (fictional island off Jamaica)

    Gadgets: self-destructive bag/briefcase, 7.65 mm Walther PPK with Brausch silencer, cyanide-laced cigarette, Geiger counter

    Vehicles: 1957 Chevy convertible, blue Sunbeam Tiger (convertible), Dr. No's "Dragon" Tank (fire-breathing, diesel-propelled, with headlights)

    Number of Deaths (Bond Kills): 11 (8)

    Dr. No (1962)
  • 2.3.2013 v 16:45

    Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986)

     

    In writer/director Paul Mazursky's R-rated comedy (Disney's first, for its new Touchstone division) -- a comedic remake of Jean Renoir's classic Boudu Sauvé des Eaux (1932), aka Boudu Saved From Drowning:


    *** during the opening credits, the brilliant use of The Talking Heads' Once in a Lifetime ("And you may find yourself in a beautiful house, with a beautiful Wife / And you may ask yourself / Well, how did I get here?") which intercut scenes of real-life Los Angeles homeless with charismatic, iconoclastic, charming but disheveled vagrant Jerry Baskin (Nick Nolte)
    *** the scene of Jerry attempting suicide by drowning in the Whiteman family's pool after his little beloved dog Kerouac abandons him
    *** his subsequent rescue ("Call 911!") and insinuation into the Whiteman's Beverly Hills household by "giving them everything they wanted"
    *** the many scene-stealing scenes of neurotic family dog Matisse (black-and-white border collie Mike the Dog)
    *** Jerry's seduction of sexually-repressed, spaced-out Barbara Whiteman (Bette Midler), whose ecstatic screaming reverberates around the neighborhood (Matisse convulses and pants, the phallic cable antenna vibrates, the sprinklers erupt, etc.) and Barbara's post-coital singing of You Belong to Me
    *** millionaire coat-hanger manufacturer Dave Whiteman's (Richard Dreyfuss) initial bonding with Jerry that sours because of Jerry's -
    (1) seduction of Mexican maid Carmen (Elizabeth Peña) whom Dave was also having an affair with
    (2) encouragement of androgynous, sexually-confused and obsessive son Max (Evan Richards) to come out to him, and 
    (3) sexual relations with anorexic college student Jenny Whiteman (Tracy Nelson)
    *** the wild, climactic New Year's Eve party as next door neighbor and record producer Orvis Goodnight (Little Richard) performsTutti Frutti on the piano
    *** Jerry's decision to leave (Dave: "You lied" Jerry: "What did you want to hear, Dave? REAL heartbreak? REAL sorrow?") and the family inviting him to stay
    *** the haunting final shot of an unsure Dave joining the rest of his family back to the house to the book-ended strains of Once in a Lifetime
    Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986)
  • 11.1.2013 v 08:47

    Dílo JÁNA KADÁRA a ELMARA KLOSE

    tvůrců Obchodu na korze, prvního českého filmu, který dostal Oscara, není tak kostrbaté jako Brynychovo, ale přes toho Oscara myslím, že takové vrcholy jako Transport z ráje nebo ... a pátý jezdec je strach v něm najdeme. Pracovali spolu od roku 1952 (Únos) až do roku 1969 (Touha zvaná Anada); předtím i potom udělal Kadár po jednom samostatném filmu, a starší Klos psal scénáře a byl činný ve filmu už od dob Vančurových. Patří tedy ta dvojice k umělcům, kteří režijně začínali v raných padesátých letech, byli vždycky nad průměrem, a pak, vybičováni estetickou revolucí Nové vlny, natočili svá nejlepší díla. Jsou to především mimořádní craftsmeni, a dovedou si vybrat látku, vníž se zachycují problémy, jimiž žije doba. Sami označují svůj přístup k médiu jako "film - diskuse"; obvykle se tomu ale říká prostě angažované umění.

     

    Experimentátory formy ovšem nejsou: užívají metody véceméně tradičního vyprávění, i když samozřejmě mají rádi moderní kameru. Sotva u nich najdeme stopy neorealismu, cinéma vérité nebo expresionistického vidění. Nespoléhají vlastně na ryze filmové elemnty, ale na "dobře vyprávěnou dobrou story", a často dělají filmy podle divadelních her nebo prozaických děl.

     

    Jako režisér začal dříve Kadár: v roce 1950 komedií Katka. Byl to, jako v té době exploze socrealismu všechno, propagandistický film, o vesnické dívce, která odejde do města pracovat v továrně a pod vlivem dělnického kolektivu se zvolna - anebo spíš rychle - změní z primitivní vesničanky v energickou budovatelku socialismu. Z nějakého důvodu však tenhle film ve vzpomínkách diváků přežil.

    Dílo JÁNA KADÁRA a ELMARA KLOSE
  • 10.12.2012 v 18:57

    Donnie Darko (2001)

     

    In writer/director Richard Kelly's mystifying debut cult film, a psychological thriller re-released in 2004 with 20 minutes of added footage for a director's cut:

     

     

    ***the early scene of the obscenity-laden family pizza dinner conversation during the Dukakis-Bush presidential campaigns ("I'm voting for Dukakis") in a suburban home among the members of the dysfunctional Darko family, including conservative mother Rose and father Eddie (Mary McDonnell and Holmes Osborne)

    ***the title character Donnie Darko (Jake Gyllenhall) - a disturbed teenager with paranoid schizophrenia, who is saved from death when a detached jet engine crashed into his second-story bedroom while he is out sleep-walking - called away by Frank

    ***Donnie's many experiences of doomsday-countdown conversations with a weird and demonic 6-foot-tall rabbit Frank (James Duval) who predicts the end of the world in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds

    ***Donnie's worried thoughts about dying alone ("Every living creature on earth dies alone") - thoughts that are first whispered in his ear by elderly/senile neighbor Grandma Death (or Roberta Sparrow) (Patience Cleveland) who authored the book "The Philosophy of Time Travel"

    ***the characters of two of Donnie's high-school teachers: beatnik English teacher Ms. Pomeroy (Drew Barrymore) who assigns Graham Greene's nihilistic The Destructors, and his science teacher Dr. Monnitoff (Noah Wyle) who discusses time-travel and wormhole theories with him

    ***Donnie's confrontation in class with his strict, censorship-promoting health teacher Kitty Farmer (Beth Grant) teaching about the lifeline continuum between FEAR and LOVE and supportive of the ideas of self-help guru and motivational speaker Jim Cunningham (Patrick Swayze) - revealed as a child pornographer

    ***the scene of Donnie vigorously and intelligently discussing the sexual habits of Smurfs to his friends, his growing romantic relationship with 'new girl in town' girlfriend Gretchen Ross (Jena Malone) as a 'couple' going together, his therapy sessions with psychologist Dr. Lilian Thurman (Katharine Ross), and the performance of the dance group Sparkle Motion in a talent show

    ***Donnie's visions of liquid spears or tubes of fluid light emanating from people's chests - indicating where they would walk

    ***the final time-loop sequence in which Donnie returns to an earlier date - October 2, 1988 - to change the course of history

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