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[访谈录] 2013-04-26&04-28 9.11题材电影主演里兹·阿迈德专访

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[Homework]2013-04-26&04-28 9.11题材电影主演里兹·阿迈德专访

The timely film that tackles terrorism and its roots, it’s called Reluctant Fundamentalist. Yesterday here, from one of its stars, kate Hudson. It's great to have her co-star Riz Ahmed here with us today. Thank you for coming in. Good to see you.

Thank you for having me.

Thank you for going coatless here in this season.

Yeah, you’re gonna know why. I was thinking, I just kind of think it was America, it is the picturely sunny place so I can just come in with a T-shirt.

Well, certainly, there is another fascinating story. You play a character, a Pakistani man in America after 9/11. He's climbing the ladder upon wall street, and 9/11 happens and everything changes for him.

Yeah, I mean in many ways, the film is about the American dream. It's about an immigrant coming to this country full of hope and optimism, about the promise that this country holds out for so many people. And it's a kind of, I guess, a couple of aged story. It’s about a young man finding his way in life. And he does that through his relationships with Jim Cross, played by Keva Sullevin, his boss. And with the lovely Kate Hudson.

You fought hard for this role. And what a prize. You played Kate’s …

I didn't get to take the prize home, though. Fortunately I didn’t get the kids …

And, well, now it was amazing working with Kate. She is someone I voice, you know, I had tremendous admiration for the, I mean I’m gonna tell you, she had a 1-month- old baby onset. So it’s be able to film such long hours. Each week she'd go from breast feeding and on action hand the baby to someone, and then burst into tears, you know, moments later, and it’s absolutely incredible.

It’s anouncing, probably powerful film, that it’s your first leading role. But I’m told you're also a rapper?

I am. Yes, I am.

Can you give us a little?

But you got to help me out a little bit, maybe.

What's this guy  actually gonna help me out.

It’s an operation. You get to go the number one. A dollface got there. Okay, so guys, the movie is out Friday, Mirror Night directed it. What’s it called, George?

The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

There we go. And I got fans now, if you like. I am the guy people stop me and say I loved you in the life's pie. But that was not what …

Yeah

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[Homework]2013-04-26&04-28 9.11题材电影主演里兹·阿迈德专访

本帖最后由 白衣人 于 2013-4-27 14:45 编辑

The Timely film that tackles terrorism and its roots, it’s called Reluctant Fundamentalist. Yesterday here, from one of its stars, kate Hudson. It's great to have her co-star Riz Ahmed here with us today. Thank you for coming in. Good to see you.

Thank you for having me.

Thank you for going coatless here in this season.

Yeah, you’re gonna know why. I was thinking, I just kind of think it was America, it is the picturely sunny place so I can just come in with a T-shirt.

Well, certainly, there is another fascinating story. You play a character, a Pakistani man in America after 9/11. He's climbing the ladder upon wall street, and 9/11 happens and everything changes for him.

Yeah, I mean in many ways, the film is about the American dream. It's about an immigrant coming to this country full of hope and optimism, about the promise that this country holds out for so many people. And it's a kind of, I guess, a couple of aged story. It’s about a young man finding his way in life. And he does that through his relationships with Jim Cross, played by Keva Sullevin, his boss. And with the lovely Kate Hudson.

You fought hard for this role. And what a prize. You played Kate’s …

I didn't get to take the prize home, though. Fortunately I didn’t get the kids …

And, well, now it was amazing working with Kate. She is someone I voice, you know, I had tremendous admiration for the, I mean I’m gonna tell you, she had a 1-month- old baby onset. So it’s be able to film such long hours. Each week she'd go from breast feeding and on action hand the baby to someone, and then burst into tears, you know, moments later, and it’s absolutely incredible.

It’s anouncing, probably powerful film, that it’s your first leading role. But I’m told you're also a rapper?

I am. Yes, I am.

Can you give us a little?

But you got to help me out a little bit, maybe.

Now this guy is actually gonna help me out.

It’s an operation. You get to go the number one. A duel fists out of this. Okay, so guys, the movie is out Friday, Mirror Night directed it. What’s it called, George?

The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

There we go. And I got fans now, if you like. I am the guy people stop me and say I loved you in the life and pie. But that was not what …

Yeah!
本帖最后由 白衣人 于 2013-4-27 14:45 编辑

The Timely film that tackles terrorism and its roots, it’s called Reluctant Fundamentalist. Yesterday here, from one of its stars, kate Hudson. It's great to have her co-star Riz Ahmed here with us today. Thank you for coming in. Good to see you.

Thank you for having me.

Thank you for going coatless here in this season.

Yeah, you’re gonna know why. I was thinking, I just kind of think it was America, it is the picturely sunny place so I can just come in with a T-shirt.

Well, certainly, there is another fascinating story. You play a character, a Pakistani man in America after 9/11. He's climbing the ladder upon wall street, and 9/11 happens and everything changes for him.

Yeah, I mean in many ways, the film is about the American dream. It's about an immigrant coming to this country full of hope and optimism, about the promise that this country holds out for so many people. And it's a kind of, I guess, a couple of aged story. It’s about a young man finding his way in life. And he does that through his relationships with Jim Cross, played by Keva Sullevin, his boss. And with the lovely Kate Hudson.

You fought hard for this role. And what a prize. You played Kate’s …

I didn't get to take the prize home, though. Fortunately I didn’t get the kids …

And, well, now it was amazing working with Kate. She is someone I voice, you know, I had tremendous admiration for the, I mean I’m gonna tell you, she had a 1-month- old baby onset. So it’s be able to film such long hours. Each week she'd go from breast feeding and on action hand the baby to someone, and then burst into tears, you know, moments later, and it’s absolutely incredible.

It’s anouncing, probably powerful film, that it’s your first leading role. But I’m told you're also a rapper?

I am. Yes, I am.

Can you give us a little?

But you got to help me out a little bit, maybe.

Now this guy is actually gonna help me out.

It’s an operation. You get to go the number one. A duel fists out of this. Okay, so guys, the movie is out Friday, Mirror Night directed it. What’s it called, George?

The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

There we go. And I got fans now, if you like. I am the guy people stop me and say I loved you in the life and pie. But that was not what …

Yeah!
本帖最后由 白衣人 于 2013-4-27 14:45 编辑

The Timely film that tackles terrorism and its roots, it’s called Reluctant Fundamentalist. Yesterday here, from one of its stars, kate Hudson. It's great to have her co-star Riz Ahmed here with us today. Thank you for coming in. Good to see you.

Thank you for having me.

Thank you for going coatless here in this season.

Yeah, you’re gonna know why. I was thinking, I just kind of think it was America, it is the picturely sunny place so I can just come in with a T-shirt.

Well, certainly, there is another fascinating story. You play a character, a Pakistani man in America after 9/11. He's climbing the ladder upon wall street, and 9/11 happens and everything changes for him.

Yeah, I mean in many ways, the film is about the American dream. It's about an immigrant coming to this country full of hope and optimism, about the promise that this country holds out for so many people. And it's a kind of, I guess, a couple of aged story. It’s about a young man finding his way in life. And he does that through his relationships with Jim Cross, played by Keva Sullevin, his boss. And with the lovely Kate Hudson.

You fought hard for this role. And what a prize. You played Kate’s …

I didn't get to take the prize home, though. Fortunately I didn’t get the kids …

And, well, now it was amazing working with Kate. She is someone I voice, you know, I had tremendous admiration for the, I mean I’m gonna tell you, she had a 1-month- old baby onset. So it’s be able to film such long hours. Each week she'd go from breast feeding and on action hand the baby to someone, and then burst into tears, you know, moments later, and it’s absolutely incredible.

It’s anouncing, probably powerful film, that it’s your first leading role. But I’m told you're also a rapper?

I am. Yes, I am.

Can you give us a little?

But you got to help me out a little bit, maybe.

Now this guy is actually gonna help me out.

It’s an operation. You get to go the number one. A duel fists out of this. Okay, so guys, the movie is out Friday, Mirror Night directed it. What’s it called, George?

The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

There we go. And I got fans now, if you like. I am the guy people stop me and say I loved you in the life and pie. But that was not what …

Yeah!
本帖最后由 白衣人 于 2013-4-27 14:45 编辑

The Timely film that tackles terrorism and its roots, it’s called Reluctant Fundamentalist. Yesterday here, from one of its stars, kate Hudson. It's great to have her co-star Riz Ahmed here with us today. Thank you for coming in. Good to see you.

Thank you for having me.

Thank you for going coatless here in this season.

Yeah, you’re gonna know why. I was thinking, I just kind of think it was America, it is the picturely sunny place so I can just come in with a T-shirt.

Well, certainly, there is another fascinating story. You play a character, a Pakistani man in America after 9/11. He's climbing the ladder upon wall street, and 9/11 happens and everything changes for him.

Yeah, I mean in many ways, the film is about the American dream. It's about an immigrant coming to this country full of hope and optimism, about the promise that this country holds out for so many people. And it's a kind of, I guess, a couple of aged story. It’s about a young man finding his way in life. And he does that through his relationships with Jim Cross, played by Keva Sullevin, his boss. And with the lovely Kate Hudson.

You fought hard for this role. And what a prize. You played Kate’s …

I didn't get to take the prize home, though. Fortunately I didn’t get the kids …

And, well, now it was amazing working with Kate. She is someone I voice, you know, I had tremendous admiration for the, I mean I’m gonna tell you, she had a 1-month- old baby onset. So it’s be able to film such long hours. Each week she'd go from breast feeding and on action hand the baby to someone, and then burst into tears, you know, moments later, and it’s absolutely incredible.

It’s anouncing, probably powerful film, that it’s your first leading role. But I’m told you're also a rapper?

I am. Yes, I am.

Can you give us a little?

But you got to help me out a little bit, maybe.

Now this guy is actually gonna help me out.

It’s an operation. You get to go the number one. A duel fists out of this. Okay, so guys, the movie is out Friday, Mirror Night directed it. What’s it called, George?

The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

There we go. And I got fans now, if you like. I am the guy people stop me and say I loved you in the life and pie. But that was not what …

Yeah!
本帖最后由 白衣人 于 2013-4-27 14:45 编辑

The Timely film that tackles terrorism and its roots, it’s called Reluctant Fundamentalist. Yesterday here, from one of its stars, kate Hudson. It's great to have her co-star Riz Ahmed here with us today. Thank you for coming in. Good to see you.

Thank you for having me.

Thank you for going coatless here in this season.

Yeah, you’re gonna know why. I was thinking, I just kind of think it was America, it is the picturely sunny place so I can just come in with a T-shirt.

Well, certainly, there is another fascinating story. You play a character, a Pakistani man in America after 9/11. He's climbing the ladder upon wall street, and 9/11 happens and everything changes for him.

Yeah, I mean in many ways, the film is about the American dream. It's about an immigrant coming to this country full of hope and optimism, about the promise that this country holds out for so many people. And it's a kind of, I guess, a couple of aged story. It’s about a young man finding his way in life. And he does that through his relationships with Jim Cross, played by Keva Sullevin, his boss. And with the lovely Kate Hudson.

You fought hard for this role. And what a prize. You played Kate’s …

I didn't get to take the prize home, though. Fortunately I didn’t get the kids …

And, well, now it was amazing working with Kate. She is someone I voice, you know, I had tremendous admiration for the, I mean I’m gonna tell you, she had a 1-month- old baby onset. So it’s be able to film such long hours. Each week she'd go from breast feeding and on action hand the baby to someone, and then burst into tears, you know, moments later, and it’s absolutely incredible.

It’s anouncing, probably powerful film, that it’s your first leading role. But I’m told you're also a rapper?

I am. Yes, I am.

Can you give us a little?

But you got to help me out a little bit, maybe.

Now this guy is actually gonna help me out.

It’s an operation. You get to go the number one. A duel fists out of this. Okay, so guys, the movie is out Friday, Mirror Night directed it. What’s it called, George?

The Reluctant Fundamentalist.

There we go. And I got fans now, if you like. I am the guy people stop me and say I loved you in the life and pie. But that was not what …

Yeah!
That Timely film which tackles the terrorism and its roots, called The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Yesterday, heared from one of its stars Hudson .  It's great to have co-star Riz Ahmed, here with us today. Thank you for coming in.
--Good to see you .
--Thanks for having me.
--Thank you for going coatless here.
--Yeah, you know why. I was thinking, just come to think American is perpetuated sunny place. That's why I came with T-shirt here.
--It's a fascinating story. You played a charactor, a Pakistani man, in America after 9-11. He climbed the ladder upon Wall Street. 9-11 happens and everything changes for him.
--Yeah, I mean in many ways the film is about the American dream. It's about an immigrant coming to this country full of hope and optimism about the promise this country holds out for so many people. And, it's a kind of, I guess,  a kind of aged story. It's about a young man finding his way in life and he does that through relationships with Jim, played K&&, his boss. And with the lovely Hudson, he plays golf in American.
--The guy says you fought hard for this role? And, and, what prizee you play.
--I don't get to take the prize home. So fortunately I did't get the kids. It was amazing working with Kate. She is someone I voice, you know. I had a tremendous celebration for the, I mean, I gonna tell you, she had a one-month baby onset. So to be  able to film such a long hours literally go from breast feeding and on action hand the baby to someone and then burst into tears, you know moments later, it's absolutely incredible.
--It's an incredibly powerful film that it's your first leading role. But I am told you are also a rapper?
--I am ,yes, I am.
--So, can you give us a little?
--You gonna help me out a little bit maybe.
--Watch this guy he actually gonna help me out
--All right, here we go: Celebration, we gonna go to No.1; So, guys the movie is out on Friday, Mirror Night direct to it. What's it called, George?
--The Reluctant Fundamentalist
--There we go, and I got fans now, feel like I'm the guy, people stop me and say I loved you in the Life of Pi. That was not yet

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