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Title: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: Jordan Krug on May 31, 2014, 07:12:03 PM
Don't recall seeing this before, from 1967 - Leone talking about GBU - can anyone here translate?

http://www.br.de/extra/kino-hoch-10/kino-hoch-10-sergio-leone-100.html


Also for McQueen fans, there's a cool clip of him here on the set of the Great Escape.

http://www.br.de/extra/kino-hoch-10/kino-hoch-10-steve-mcqueen-dreh-muenchen-100.html



Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: dave jenkins on May 31, 2014, 09:06:44 PM
Don't recall seeing this before, from 1967 - Leone talking about GBU - can anyone here translate?

http://www.br.de/extra/kino-hoch-10/kino-hoch-10-sergio-leone-100.html
I've never seen that before. Thanks!

I note that Sergio uses only his fork to roll his pasta. I always use a spoon with a fork to roll mine. Is that too gay? :-\


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: wind demon on June 01, 2014, 01:13:39 AM
Thank you Jordan, this is beautiful, him during his prime, unbelievable simply put. He eats like a victorious one.  :)


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: stanton on June 01, 2014, 02:50:51 AM


I note that Sergio uses only his fork to roll his pasta. I always use a spoon with a fork to roll mine. Is that too gay? :-\

Only if the pasta has a subtext ...


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: titoli on June 01, 2014, 03:30:49 PM
My last movie, GBU, we can define a epic picresque western because is the story of three magnificent and nice rogues in the frame of the civil war. It starts like a real western, i.e. in a little western town...  


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: dave jenkins on June 01, 2014, 04:32:32 PM
Thanks, titoli. O0

btw, what kind of pasta do you think that was? Fettuccini? Was that Leone's preferred noodle, or do you think it was just chosen for this spot because it films better? (I'm more of a tagliatelle man myself). Too bad we couldn't see what he was going to drink with his meal. Amarone?


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: Jordan Krug on June 01, 2014, 08:05:31 PM
My last movie, GBU, we can define a epic picresque western because is the story of three magnificent and nice rogues in the frame of the civil war. It starts like a real western, i.e. in a little western town...  

Thank you very much!


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: titoli on June 01, 2014, 09:48:18 PM
Thanks, titoli. O0

btw, what kind of pasta do you think that was? Fettuccini? Was that Leone's preferred noodle, or do you think it was just chosen for this spot because it films better? (I'm more of a tagliatelle man myself). Too bad we couldn't see what he was going to drink with his meal. Amarone?

I can't discuss pasta with a fork-spoon user.


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: drinkanddestroy on June 02, 2014, 02:10:32 AM
I've never seen that before. Thanks!

I note that Sergio uses only his fork to roll his pasta. I always use a spoon with a fork to roll mine. Is that too gay? :-\

that's what I've been telling you for a while, dude. I don't need to watch Leone to confirm my belief. (Why do you think I made you stop going to the Italian place? You were defiling it.)


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: noodles_leone on June 02, 2014, 02:11:01 AM
I can't discuss pasta with a fork-spoon user.

 ;D

Thanks for the translation, and thank you Jordan for the video!


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: cigar joe on June 02, 2014, 05:18:32 AM
I can't discuss pasta with a fork-spoon user.


 ;D


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: dave jenkins on June 02, 2014, 08:25:56 AM
I'm feeling oppressed . . .  :(


Title: Re: Is this interview video of Leone new?
Post by: wind demon on June 02, 2014, 09:24:17 PM
The subtle glance at the camera right when he first raises the fork. It makes HOLES in the television screen.