He also describes Freud as “crude” and “medieval.” He doesn’t want an “elderly gentleman from Vienna…with an umbrella…inflicting his views” upon him. Take that, Freud!
Pretty interesting. Brian Williams actually seems nervous.
To Whom It May Concern,
Thanks for Saturday night.
I heard this song on the radio last night, and it suddenly was more meaningful to me than when I had first heard it.
There’s a pretty interesting interview with James Murphy over at NPR.
I missed this last night, both because I don’t have HBO, and because I was playing my last soccer game. If you have HBO, record and torrent it, because I can’t find it anywhere yet. This year’s Special Jury Prize at Sundance went to The Greatest Silence:
Since 1998 a brutal war has been raging in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Over 4 million people have died. And there are the uncountable casualties: the many tens of thousands of women and girls who have been systematically kidnapped, raped, mutilated and tortured by soldiers from both foreign militias and the Congolese army.
The world knows nothing of these women. Their stories have never been told. They suffer and die in silence. In The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo these brave women finally speak.
The HBO page for the film is here, if you want to find the schedule. If any of my friends with cable and a DVR want to record it for me, I’d be grateful. There’s an interview with the director here. The HBO trailer: