Charlie Kaufman is also in the running with his directorial debut Synecdoche, New York – which sees Philip Seymour Hoffman attempting to build a life-size model of the Big Apple.
For all those who aren’t AP English professors, a “synecdoche,” other than a clever play on Schenectady, where some of the film takes place, is a figure of speech in which a part is used to describe the whole or the whole is used to describe a part (think “threads” for clothes, or “the law” for a police officer). It’s representative shorthand. (source)
I’m a little bit excited about the Charlie Kaufman movie mainly because I liked his screenplay for Human Nature, directed by Michel Gondry. Watch the trailer below.
You know I like to post visualisations of pandas. Below is a very special one, a Fiat Panda. Carmen Gheorghe put it on display at Ritter & Staiff, Frankfurt.
R & S has no back door, okay?
produzentin moved to a new place, still deep in Toronto’s Portuguese neighbourhood. More importantly, I’ve found this cute panda paper balloon. She be my new pet.
What be her name?
Earlier: A Moment
Thanks to all the hotty and nutty people for coming to the Beaver on Saturday.
More pictures after the jump.
Renee-Nay performing. Her rap is HOT.
Mary wears Mary Messhausen
Maria goes massively futuristic (I love her Little Pony)