Darrel Manson

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About Darrel Manson

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    Detached Existential INFP Dreamer-Minstrel Redux
  • Birthday 02/08/1951

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    Lakewood, CA
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    wine, sports, fantasy sports

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    clergy - Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
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    I'm the one on the left
  • Favorite movies
    Ikiru, Breaking the Waves, Young Frankenstein, Cool Hand Luke, Places in the Heart, The Apostle, films of Peter Weir and John Sayles. My guilty pleasure: the original version of The Little Shop of Horrors
  • Favorite music
    Harry Chapin, Aaron Copeland
  • Favorite creative writing
    John Irving and John Steinbeck. Sports commentary by Jim Murray (his column about the loss of his eye still nails me when I read it.)
  • Favorite visual art
    Van Gogh Georgia O'Keefe kind of drawn to German Expressionism, but not sure why Rodin's Gates of Hell Photography by Edward Weston, Annie Liebowitz

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  1. The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki - August 17 (1962) is mentioned 3 times through the film.
  2. Brave New Jersey - Oct. 30, 1938. A title card at the beginning, then immediately after a newspaper with that date. Heaven's Floor - April 23. When Julia tries to get a plane ticket, the counter person tells her there's nothing available until Apr. 23.
  3. The Promise about 20 minutes in: Oct 29, 1914, Turkey enters the war near the end a note that on Sept 12, 1915 the French navy rescued Armenians
  4. The Zookeeper's Wife: Sept 1, 1939 (date superimposed on screen)- War begins Aug. 5, 1942 (date superimposed in screen) - Jews to Ghetto April 19, 1943 (date spoken on radio) - extermination of Ghetto. Passover
  5. I'll just say that at this early point in the year, Frantz is my film to beat. The playing around between B&W and color was effective. I see why this won Cesar for Cinematography. The story is really well done and brings us questions of truth and lies in a wonderful way.
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  7. Frantz - 15 September - the big reveal that happens about 1/2 way through (c. 0:50)
  8. Before I Fall - takes place (over and over) on Feb 12 and 13. The date comes up on Sam's phone often throughout the movie at 6:30 am Feb 12, and 12:38,39 Feb 13
  9. Life Feels Good: June 4: TV news report on elections in Poland (in the chapter entitled "Wizard" Aug. 11 - near the end.
  10. A couple from Oscar nominated shorts: Pear Cider and Cigarettes (animated short) - early on it shows a date on screen (perhaps a chapter title) April 17. (Ron, the guys from Vancouver, you can get this from him, right?) Timecode (live action) - involves a bunch of security cameras with time codes (and imputs of dates into the computer to see film from those camera.). starts with 5/14/16, also 5/15, 5/16, 5/30
  11. Arrival is a better version of The Day the Earth Stood Still (and I liked the original Day)
  12. Secret of the Kells is a better version of Moana.
  13. I've seen 4. Canada, Denmark, Iran, Sweden.
  14. Winter Sleep - Feb 4. Ron, I think you're going to like this one. at about the 160 minute mark, there is a scene with a calendar in the background showing the months of Ocak and Subat. Subat 4 has a red box around it. (there is, btw another one page/day calendar in the room that confirms it is the 4th of Subat.) Now one could search on line for the Turkish name of months, but if you pay attention you will note that Ocak has 31 days, and Subat has 28. Ergo...
  15. From Loving: When they are charged with their crime it states the date they were married is June 2, 1958. There is also a shot of the marriage license, but I think the date is too small to be useful. From Miss Sloane: The date of the opening Senate committee hearing is shown onscreen as April 18. During the questioning the Senator refers to her actions on Oct. 12. The final hearing is April 28.