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Come back to Boston Public Radio generally and more drink in the meat what they should be on 98 something on it and I think it’s only had to say man I met you know like the economic there in the enemy to hire show biz seems like an industry that was built on the abuses and exploitation is of powerful men here come something completely different. The real-life love story about an aging actress former favorite Rio wife actresses of all time who stardom still Smulders a where a love enough to work its charms and a younger struggling actor or .
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Well I lost its hit I played at banning some classroom , oh my God , that’s from the new , the film stars don’t die in Liverpool’s about the real-life relationship between actress Gloria Graham and Peter Turner here 3 first take on this and other arts and cultural events around town as Gerald GBH is executive boards at the host of the TV series open studio and he noted Brownie Baker leave of O’Brien like say thank you for bringing around by the way , I had a instead library because monetary leftovers. I know , but we’re talking brownies repay are as good as I’d ever had regret .
Well , I I I add a little bit of sea salt and bourbon to them , but they’re capture it’s Katharine Hepburn’s brownie recipes is I don’t know.
Story years ago Spencer Tracy had those brownies , and it was you never was the same again.
NBC , ABC , probably get it out of the Fannie Farmer Cookbook , which also my grandmother’s battered addition through its own modified but I’m so glad he will play.
But they’re wonderful high so I love this movie because this is older woman with a younger man the reverse of what we usually see a liberal Hollywood. What is your film stars don’t die in Liverpool is the name when you think .
This is an okay filmed by but it’s it’s fascinating because it’s true it falls into that category and you have to really great actors in Jamie Bell who’s playing Peter Turner this young actor and he’s living in this building in England and Gloria Grahame this film star. I mean if I prefer how awful as that line she was buried in black and white films can imagine of anyone said that about you , but I mean you know she really was luminescence if you go back and look at . She had the she was a bad girl in it’s a Wonderful Life injuries in Oklahoma .
One , the , well , I did a wonderful life.
She had a small role in it’s wonderful actually she won the Oscar for the bad and the beautiful but then her career did fade and in the late 1970s she was just doing shows theater shows and in the London and she meets Peter Turner she is about 54 years old. He’s 26 years old and they begin this affair and this follows the last couple of years of her life where because it’s Annette Bening she becomes a very compelling character as if she wasn’t already but here is a woman who is finding her youth with this young man and she’s also trying to still live out the life that she had as this Hollywood starlet in in somebody who’s really sought after , but you know who . Times change perceptions change and now she’s just doing theater but he is just fell in love with her and they have terrific chemistry together in they traveled to her home , a New York and and California and then back to England and in the reason it’s called so stars don’t die in Liverpool is when she realizes that she sick with cancer she gets back in touch with them after they’ve broken up and just wants to be taken care of by him and his family , his mother’s played by Julie what .
Well , personal 2 things. What I didn’t know who she wasn’t fully photographed a second his savior everybody will remember who she was from a wonderful life and beyond . And second I think Annette Bening is one of the most sparkling nonsense on the screen ever why it didn’t last .
For years we’ve seen her do all of these roles where you know she’s she’s tougher and and she’s the real formidable woman especially Warren Beatty’s most recent film , where she is this the hard mother of this young actress in Hollywood but here we as you just heard from , just from her voice becomes us young luminescence do someone very fragile woman.
To see the gritters years ago I did see seek after one. Yeah . Texas roles . Maybe in the history of movies was young out there .
But Warren Beatty was unable to commit for like 55 years and then it was Annette Bening finally curtains. You know , and their 4 children .
So it’s film stars don’t die in liberal can we do some sort of newsy kinds of things , which were only occasionally do with you , I don’t think I ever met. Larry , Conn . We love Ryan Landry , as you know from the Gold Dust orphans , who is just a genius . His partner in crime through much of the wonderful work runs done was a slurry who died really young a week or so .
Just last week , just this time last week it was officially announced Larry Cohen is I keep saying is this one really hurts. I have to say because he is a fabulous actor and director , has worked in this town for a really long time it was the artistic director of City stage which work with kids and and bright arch into the lives of kids did stuff at the Boston Children’s Museum and but I got to really know him through Ryan Landry shows and most recently Whatever Happened to Baby Jesus , where he was playing Baby Jane and the thing that I love about Larry Cohen is that his performances the he mastered comedy , which is very , very hard to do , you talk to any actor and they will tell you , that’s one of the hardest things and that’s why so many comedians big can become dramatic actors and do these dramatic turns . But you don’t see that the verse put the vice versa play out very much .
Robert De Niro as one of the except that’s total but that’s true Horatio exceptions , right.
But he could make and he just knew timing so much that the slightest curled his lip would have you been just doubled over but at the same time , he could easily shift and find the nuances of the human condition , which I think also translated to when he was directing shows and you didn’t see him on stage and he directed a lot of shows around town for Speakeasy state company Lyric Stage Company. And in addition to working with Ryan Landry and then if we had last week he was found dead in this is just an epic loss .
I say 50 it’s only honorable , here’s what we have also been a sound here here he is , as Mr. gotten 10 blocks in the Camino Real during the 2012 Provincetown Tennessee Williams theater festival.