That said, a large part of the glory of Antony's speech comes from the fact that it must successfully follow this one.
This speech, and the one that follows it, is part of the reason I became a debater.
Thanks again to my guest bloggers for filling in this week. But here were 10 highlights of July if you want to relive or peruse for anything you may have missed.
August Osage County the tour (have you bought your tickets? This casting thread is one of the most commented upon ever here at the Experience Two hit WW II dramas compared and discussed Signatures: Lisa Kudrow Adam's sharp take on her bitter comedy Best of the Year (Thus Far) like it says Best Actress 1987 & 1988 two extraordinary years for actressing Broken Sword / Arm an ode to Tony Leung(500) Days of Summer vodcast Katey thinks Summer isn't fleshed out enough.
Nathaniel thinks her blank slate is appropriate for the film.
Another long day at the festival, where the first movie starts at am and the last finishes at 11pm.
Watching movies for eleven hours (with bits of standing in line between) doesn't seem like it's tiring, but as I've said before, it's using one specific part of your brain all day, and can be wearying.And now some photos, for those who can't get enough "filmmakers with movie screen behind them and mikes in front of them" action!Left to right, we have festival director Pierre Corebeil (I think; it might be Simon Lapierre; I even after five years, I haven't learned all the names yet and have a hard time pulling them out of a barrage of French), a translator, and Rinco's Restaurant director Mai Tominaga.William Shakespeare Listen Julius Caesar Act III Scene 2 Romans, countrymen, and lovers!hear me for my cause, and be silent, that you may hear: believe me for mine honour, and have respect to mine honour, that you may believe: censure me in your wisdom, and awake your senses, that you may the better judge.If there be any in this assembly, any dear friend of Caesar's, to him I say, that Brutus' love to Caesar was no less than his. For sheer eloquence, for oratory on the grandest scale, Act III of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is hard to match.