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  • G-Shock is a brand of watches manufactured by Casio, known for its resistance to shocks (e.g. hard knocks and strong vibrations).





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Mr Emmanuel




Mr Emmanuel





There have been a great many pictures set "inside Nazi Germany" which were aimed to suggest the vicious nature of life under the Nazi regime. And there have also been a great many in which some earnest endeavors were made to contrast benevolence and evil in this land of corruption and hate. But no film that we have yet witnessed has accomplished these purposes so well as the British-made film, "Mr. Emmanuel," which came to the Gotham on Saturday. Indeed, we would venture the judgment that this simple and stirring little film is the sharpest damnation of Nazi "kultur" that the screen is likely to show for some time.

And that is because its makers have not tried to erect a bold facade of lurid and wild bestiality and then triumphantly rip it apart. They haven't set up a lot of Nazi windbags for some chivalrous chap to deflate, nor have they kidded themselves — or the audience — about the inefficiency of the brutes. Rather, they have presented Nazi Germans as coldly monstrous but capable folks, and have shown these polluted people as insensate to human sentiment. And they have offered, in contrast to such creatures, a humble man of inherent good-will who, by his conduct and not by tricky actions, inspires surpassing faith in mankind's righteousness.

The story of "Mr. Emmanuel" is the same one which Louis Golding told in his eminently successful novel, "Magnolia Street," some years ago. It is the story of an elderly Jewish widower who leaves his home in England in 1935 and goes to Germany in quest of the mother of a German refugee boy. The boy, consumed with anxiety at not hearing from his mother, has attempted suicide, and it is to keep the lad from another endeavor that the old gentleman makes the trip. And the action of the picture revolves completely around the shocking treatment accorded the good samaritan in Germany and the intriguing circumstances of his release.

It is in the latter phase of the picture that the most extraordinary impact is achieved and a blood-chilling realization of Nazi terror is pushed out from the screen. From the moment the candid old gentleman enters a Jewish boarding-house in Berlin to begin his honest search, a subtle tension and nameless anxiety set in. And this tension increases in intensity until it becomes a truly terrifying spell in a sequence which shows the old gentleman in the torturing toils of the police. This sequence of the picture suggests the madness and futility of Nazi hate in a manner which is sharply reminiscent of some of Germany's own erstwhile macabre films. The tremendous integrity of the old man and the bold contrivance of a beautiful Jewish girl to help him bulwarks the picture with exceptional dramatic strength.

In the title role of Mr. Emmanuel, Felix Aylmer gives a performance which might be unqualifiedly recommended as one of the best we have ever seen. He imparts so much gentleness and patience, so much fortitude and dignity, to a man of completely modest nature, that one feels both humble and proud in watching it. The touching manner in which Mr. Emmanuel, beaten and abused, tells a sadistic judge, "I came here to find out what has happened to the mother of a small boy," contains in one breath all the tragedy and desolation wrought by Nazi viciousness.

Greta Gynt is exquisite and disturbing as an actress who helps the old man through her amorous affair with a Nazi reichsmarshal, and Walter Rilla is believable, unctuous and inflexible in the latter role. Peter Mullins gives a most affecting performance as the young refugee, and many other persons are fine in lesser roles. Harold French has directed the picture with a masterful use of his actors in straight scenes, and Two Cities has produced it perfectly, despite the exigencies of war.

We confidently predict that this picture is one of the best that we will see this year.


MR. EMMANUEL, screen play by Louis Golding and Gordon Wellesley; from the novel by Mr. Golding; directed by Harold French; produced by William Sistrom; a G. C. F. film produced in England and released here by United Artists. At the Gotham.

Mr. Emmanuel . . . . . Felix Aylmer
Elsie Silver . . . . . Greta Gynt
Willi Brockenburg . . . . . Walter Rilla
Bruno . . . . . Peter Mullins
Frau Heinkes . . . . . Ursula Jeans
Rose Cooper . . . . . Elspeth March
Herr Heinkes . . . . . Frederick Richter
Examiner . . . . . Frederick Schiller
Frau Kahn . . . . . Maria Berger
Otto . . . . . David Baxter
Klaus . . . . . Yvan DeLey
John Cooper . . . . . Norman Pierce
Mr. Silver . . . . . Myer Tzelnicker
Herr Kahn . . . . . Arnold Marle
Cameron . . . . . Nell Ballantyne
Police Lieutenant . . . . . Guy Deghy
Professor . . . . . Oscar Ebelsbacher
Lawyer . . . . . Eric Freund
Student . . . . . Milo Sperber
Headmaster . . . . . Lyonel Watts
Frau Lindstroem . . . . . Margaret Vyner

BOSLEY CROWTHER New York Times 8 January 1945














THINGS TO DO LIST




THINGS TO DO LIST





When Rich moved to Staten Island he QUICKLY made a phone call to a friend and realized he had some priority issues that needed to be addressed immediately! He was shocked how little he knew about the island.

25 Rules for the TYPICAL Staten Island guy:

1. Must drive a BMW (preferably teal or another "hard to get" color)
2. Must always be tan
3. MUST wax eyebrows as thin as your girlfriend.
4. Must do or have done steroids at some point
5. Must workout at dolphin gym
6. Must ONLY wear designer clothes - preferred names: D&G, Diesel, Versace, Gucci, Moschino
** Please note: shirts must be snug and preferably short sleeve or sleeveless (see Rule #7) and jeans must have visible tags
7. Must have tattoo on muscular arms, preferably a tribal tattoos, Chinese symbol or your name.
8. Must spike hair to an extra crunchy texture (should spend longer getting ready than most girls).
9. Must have a "bike" aka "rice burner"
10. Must wear brightly colored jackets and clothing to match "rice burner"
11. Must have rims put on car (10 extra pts. for spinning rims)
12. Must have manicures regularly
13. Must use the "F" word as often as possible
14. Must go to D'Jais on Sundays for Happy Hour
15. Must go to Gustavino's at least once a month
16. Must start fights w/ random guys for no reason
17. Must wear some kind of "bling bling" on ones body (diamond watch, diamond pinky ring, diamond cross or Christ head)
18. Must have a house in Hamptons (this is for an exceptionally cool guy, does not apply to all)
19. Must brag about house in Hamptons.
20. Make shave or wax body hair (including chest, stomach, arms, etc.)
21. Must always be in the presence of Big Chested girls (silicon preferred).
22. MUST go out in the city, never on SI -- UNLESS promoting (Level One, Danny's Boys, Beer Garden, Sage acceptable).
23. When out, you must always have a drink in your hand, whether it be water or red bull and vodka.......(colorful drinks preferred, martini's permitted).
24. Next day you MUST brag about the girls you hooked up w/ and how drunk you were when u drove home.
25. Doing drugs is permitted as long as you still look good









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