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film music teacher The idea of it is still there in 1968, during a televised debate between Richard Nixon and Humphrey Herbert, ran for president of school It was like a well-rehearsed play, where at everyone - role. Director and actor wanted to show the Americans a different dilemma:a young, inexperienced, idealistic politician. That became in the film pretty lawyer Bill McCoy. The situation in literature and cinema is not new. Herbert Keith Chesterton has a story on this subject - "White Crow".However, if an Englishman to show his character is ironic and full of skepticism, then McCoy serious and full of pathos. Unlike Horne Fisher, he turns the matter so that the situation is similar in many details, it turns to a triumphant finale. Overcoming exerted political pressure on him.Bill because of its originality and independence goes to the Senate. But the "Candidate" was strong not so much of this propaganda, the utopian side, much of the criticism of the American electoral system. Screenplay by Jeremy Larner received the "Oscar" and Ritchie - a reputation for sharp satirist.Prior to such a height, though he never got up again, and the policy did not apply. The satirical talent of this director showed more than once. It was felt in the semi-documentary mosaic picture "Smile" - a series of sketches about the competition for the title of "Miss America" in a small California town - which showed a funny local customs and traditions.And in the "Island" - based on the novel by Peter Benchley - burlesque thriller about a journalist, was captured by savages Caribbean - descendants of the pirates of the XVII century. And in "Survivor" - a black comedy about two workers of the gas station, fleeing from an assassin in the snowy mountains of Vermont.Especially clearly his talent as a satirist to say in two film adaptations of detective novels by Gregory McDonald "Fletch" and "Fletch alive."In the first - a journalist Erwin Fletcher investigating the case of drugs in LosAndzhelese in the second, written specifically for the movie based on the previous character, the hero inherits a house in Louisiana, which allows the director afford mockery of the traditions of the old South, especially over kukluksklanom, give a satire on the church touchecological problems. In "Fletch," and he managed to keep the narration and funny dialogue, and even the names of the characters, reminiscent of the famous people. Both films are made at a good pace, with indispensable racing cars and motorcycles.Trying satirical show the public issues of concern felt in the "golden child" - a detective comedy, where the hero is looking for a new incarnation of the Buddha, going for it in the distant Tibet. Here and Oriental exoticism and mysticism, and Buddhism, but everything is so superficial, that criticism has carried a picture to the nines.
film music teacher The nineties were even less successful. Ritchie returned to the sport: "Mine Town" - a story about boxing betting, "Scout" - a baseball, with an infinite variety show appearances and all kinds of sports celebrities.