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the legs on somebody having them being difficult getting to 77 percent. to 60 minute delays out of the interest is for everyone schumann penises are very different from primates we have many totally ridiculous man sized view of nature being that this is climate change regular sex how do you notice and from your books you get smarter for a brief you know when you books on. this isn't just whistling a happy tune on the spanish canary islands whistling can make up an entire conversation. hi everyone and welcome to another fun filled edition of your own max
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with me your host meghan lee here's a look at what else we've got in store for you today. in light of the ongoing pandemic fashion designers are finding new ways to present their collection. and we visit the studio of british artist patrick ewing for a closer look at his optical illusions. but 1st we start off with a 12 year old german actress who has already put herself on hollywood's radar helena's angle has gained international acclaim for her latest role in the western drama news of the world with superstar tom hanks before making the film and single admitted she didn't even know who tom hanks was while now her role alongside him has earned her both a golden globe and a screen actors guild nomination we met helen as angle in berlin for a chat about her acting achievements so far and what's next for her. hollywood has
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great expectations for this young woman from berlin germany is up and coming star is moving ahead. i find it and i'm not saying it's right. but on my meds for not returning started showing up played the orphan you handily on that in the western news of the world who grew up with the kill one native american people one day she meets captain jefferson a college kid played by tom hanks the german school girl who hadn't met the american actor until shooting had already started. it tough 1st time i met him i was in the makeup trailer getting fixed up for the shoot off which we were actually supposed to meet later on he just came in and i wasn't prepared at all and he said hello i'm tom hanks it was so overwhelming and at that moment i didn't know what to say and we ended up laughing about it
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a lot. later even learned the keil well language for her role. playing golf and. to have heard. good. eat good food. we had 6 weeks to prepare and all mexico before the shoot again a very big guy and then we had another 3 weeks training actually you know what an hour and a half every day after school so it was really important to me to learn exactly how derek was like that i think morningstar and while high i think in a straight line you know and to learn about their culture or tool you can certainly the art one skill she didn't have to learn was how to ride a horse she's been doing that since age 4 on that score she was even quite a bit ahead of her screen partner but she also learned a great deal from tom hanks and gave me advice like always be punctual know your
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lines and be nice to everybody. and you should always offer help to your screen partner in the last scene for example where we both ended up crying and he cried all over again and every time just so i'd be able to and i thought that was really amazing that he was able to keep doing that every time. already has an impressive acting career behind her she 1st sit in front of a camera at age 5 she landed her 1st lead role in a feature film at age 9 early on she tackled some extremely challenging parts. helena made a splash with system crasher impressing audiences with her raw energy she played 9 year old benny. a severely traumatized under control girl. a number of scenes proved extrude the challenger. no matter what you always have to
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bear in mind this is what's in the script and the way the director oneself that's the role and i just have to do it i'm an actress and this is my profession because that's what the film needs if you're close with the people you work with well and you can laugh about things that shops not half bad like. the drama one critical acclaim and over 40 awards and the german film award for best actress went to. part with your help calling on. hell i'm not saying. oh my god. the room became holiness breakthrough for her international career. the director paul greengrass saw me at the 2900 berlin film festival and said to his assistant what she can do with her eyes and he thought it was just so overwhelming that i did my 2 a casting call in berlin or well me and then to london and then i knew i'd get the part done on. helen i spent 3 months in the united states to shoot
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news of the world in that time she became close friends with tom hanks. this is his role was kind of a fatherly grandfather and he got to be incredibly important to me we still write each other very often and tell each other about what they're up to yet and that's really great that we have such a good connection that at 1st i never would have thought we could get off and what does the future hold. and well my ambition is to please myself and the audience just to make great movies and maybe have some impact on society just various topics like in system crasher plus i'd like to have a star on the walk of fame but i think most important of all is to keep my feet on the ground and a really clear idea of what i'd like to do. and news of helena's world just keeps coming the latest is that she's been nominated for a golden glow. the show must go on even in
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a pandemic therefore fashion designers have gotten creative with how to present their old couture collections at paris fashion week the shows were drastically different compared to past years with either no audience members or a limited number of spectators sitting at a distance so to increase the reach of their audience many designers have turned to making films for their catwalk creations then these fashion films are put on social media we had a behind the scenes look. this downer started fendi show when paris featured the likes of american actress demi moore and big name international top models like bella deed kate moss and they will be campbell. but there was no audience for press. in the uk could still buy chanel was also presented in the paris in front of mostly empty chairs with just a few guests present such as french actress says. i'm fundus
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a parody who respected social distancing. fashion journalist godfrey deni watches the 2 shows online on his computer they have to create the house to develop. of course the whole point of big function shows is there are probably good raw material for social media. never mind the magazine rate something door and despite the pandemic he hasn't seen much of a drop in sales even if his customers mainly from the middle east and asia are currently looking for somewhat less extravagant clothes in his 9 minute fashion clip it's also about the same budget as a fashion show but making a film is more work. if a show is much easier the clothes are already on the can for about 13 minutes models just have to walk in a film on the other hand they have to really act they have to decide with the
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cameramen what scenes you shoot and how and then comes the editing process you really have to direct the piece keep you busy time but they don't haze us or so that if you got a show you do a traditional catwalk and just walk in a straight line but in a film i can express myself and i like that better ok fashion films have become a dedicated job with some brands such as gucci now showing a whole series here is a scene from gucci fest. fashion companies such as sauna or have stopped organizing any shows and are relying exclusively on social media with creative films the decks designer do all victoria and life is presenting their new oku to a collection in an empty art center just outside amsterdam they say some changes are here to stay there or change it. as it's already. there is the importance of social. status. in.
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your words so which is different from where you see for. fashion films will probably never come to completely replace physical fashion shows but brands have proved ingenious in finding creative ways to present new connections and they will not hesitate to tap this potential to wits focused. now you may think that is a bird tweeting from but actually someone. most of us whistle for pleasure or to get someone's attention without thinking about a deeper meaning but did you know that whistling was developed as a way to communicate over long distances on the canary island of largo mero whistling is still used to communicate and it's even taught in school your next
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reporter hendrik developing travel there for a firsthand lesson. songs like bees turn off be heard on the mountains of like america but the island is on just whistling for fun they're communicating with one another across great distances. but to be honest i haven't understood anything but that makes me sort of curious because that's the way how people can communicate over here unbelievable i think but a good reason to listen a little bit closer. i said out with a fin your daddy has to discover the secret of the civil camaro the west of language of the volcanic island. america is the 2nd smallest of spain's canary islands an archipelago in the atlantic some 1500
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kilometers from the spanish mainland. the island is thinly populated with a scattering of little mountain villages an estimated 20000 people know the woodstock language the unusual way of communicating originated in these mountains which up to 1500 meters high ok i knew that he has heard his grandfather go belly up like you. know matters whistled language was invented because of the island's geography. you know it's hard to reach and has many gorgeous. made it easier for us to work with the livestock north we didn't have to walk up and down the mountains to talk to each other anymore. we could just do it by wessling from on high. civil monsters like when your dad yes can make themselves understood at distances up to 3 kilometers the tradition dates
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back thousands of years but the advent of mobile phones eliminated the need for this form of communication and the whistled language seemed doomed to extinction yet today young people have rediscovered wood for themselves. but i'm here he. says it will go by all means and not tomorrow because it's kind of a heritage and culture and it remains an active part of our lives to this day. i learned to whistle when i was 6 years old but i grew up listening wherever i go whistling is a part of me you could say it flows in my veins and it's very important to me. it's my turn to try. sadly i failed utterly. so i set off in search of a teacher in sons of us down there like romero the capital of the island with a population of just over 9000. but i don't have much time to take in the sights
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i have to get to school. the special thing about the metal is that is even taught as a compulsory subject in schools here that's unique in europe and my chance. so i'm back in the classroom my one on one lessons begin with a greeting. good day i'm kiko carre and we're on lago. way this. whole malviya he's the union. i think he was here. he said america and its present form is based on the spanish language the sounds of which are condensed into a few with looking notes to 4 volts and 4 notes for
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a consonant context helps clear up any misunderstandings everything you'd like to say with speech you can also say by whistling for example my name but on cisco i can either say francisco all whistle it. in 2009 unesco declared civil camero intend to build world heritage a sculpture commemorates this centuries old tradition and inspires me to give it one more try. ok it's much more difficult than i expected to communicate only by whistling but it's very 1st amazing to listen to this old tradition at least aspects of a thing as the landscape in which serve america was born. and you can see more of hendrix whistle ing adventures on our you tube channel. next up
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we are going to get a new perspective on art with a british painter patrick hughes now he is known for his unique 3 the optical illusions and not only did he invent the technique he also invented the terminology we met up with the artist in his studio to learn more about his view on a reverse spectrum. ochs occlusions on 3 dimensional surfaces. they play with trap a zoid and perspectives to trick the viewer into scene what's not really there. british artist patrick hughes calls this reverse specter for reverse perspective the painter developed the technique itself. it's extraordinary because it uses you to create the movement. to make. moves with
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machines inside but my makes it work by having you move the painting seemed to me. he's got a team of 6 to support him in his london studio the actual creation is a very involved process. it can take up to 3 months to complete one image. the 1st step is to build a 3 dimensional base out of wood. then patrick you sketches out his ideas. he uses a computer to project his designs onto the canvas then he and his team paint the pictures an oil touch excuse likes to reference the work of other artists we choose by city hall because people like him and i quite like him i'm not mad about him i quite like. larger because they're wools though any graffiti house would prefer to work on a concrete wall but we like to make brick walls. here patrick
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used details his vision of venice. he was quite inspired by it he's clean of the adriatic. in appreciate this it's made already in perspective this small of this is very difficult to my and the. plus side. 1234 will move against the sky and the end of the judaica across the lagoon on the water here so you see it in a stage now where we've painted the side and they will appear to turn against the background they'll move as you move and who move in synchronicity with yourself like the perfect spot. patrick hughes created his 1st reverse effective
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picture in 1964 and called it sticking out. but not until the 1997 self perfect this painting technique. the work titled jazz from 26 teams made him world famous. mostly draws inspiration for his projects and the architecture he sees all around. when i was 'd a kid i used to think why aren't buildings like apples all pez all whole more imaginative but i don't. think. in there in the end buildings are boring you've got to make them alive you make them interesting. the sizes of the reverse effect of works very greatly. as to their prices. some of his pictures have gone for as much as 160000 euros. my work is not just visual is physical it's
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a combination of the whole person is 40 feet and your knees and your legs your body your stomach because you're. so although of course been an internet troll and salt is all in the mind is actually all in the mind on the ball. the more perfect feel lucian the more complete the experience patrick hughes creates fascinating perspectives on our world. moving on now to something sweet and as you can see i am standing on the skyline of copenhagen well this one among other famous skyline serves as an inspiration for baker trout skier she loves architecture and baking so she figured out a way to combine the 2 into tasty desserts well the results are quite mouthwatering . the skyline of copenhagen the eiffel tower in
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paris the sydney opera house and park well in barcelona these edible works of art are the creations of maria trucks. yeah i'm primarily interested in the artistic aspect it's a kind of performance for originally the 25 year old studied architecture in moscow and paris but in 2012 she discovered baking and it became a passion now she mixes her 2 fields of interest and she's found definite parallels in the process. trust me it's a little crowded there often i shape the casing by hand but i use the mousse like concrete in the other so i can pour it into the form just like concrete and leave or i use the 3 d. models and fill them with ag r. ag r. a japanese deli where form isn't it i've still got i've got a. car copenhagen berlin cake is especially elaborate and took 3 days to complete
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it's made of short crust pastry with nuts chocolate sponge without flour coffee mousse and a grassy glaze made from salted caramel the optical highlight is the chocolate skyline. what's important is that the landmarks of both cities are recognized. this danish german cake is the pastry chef best known dessert to date it was a special request from a customer who loved both european capitals. of the copenhagen berlin cake has many textures one such as chocolate coffee and look or so it's something for real men were. not baked version of st basil's cathedral of her hometown moscow was of course a must the shape of a cake is just essential to her as its taste each recalls the flavors of the respective country was a was moscow tastes like the typically eastern european blend of spices but
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combined with something light and fluffy like the butter cream. it may consist of very simple ingredients but still tastes soft and silky. while i can. also interprets the taste of famous architects like this cultural center by renzo piano as a special flavor prevailing. this hotel in spain is a designed by american architect frank geary it served as a model for this apple cake with the song to the pompidou in paris hazelnuts and caramel dominate the complex of flavors absolutely french according to maria. and the famous veins by finnish designer all of our alto has a taste quite reminiscent of nordic countries blueberries no matter how simple or complex or creations work on every new cake begins with a sketch much like the design for a new building would. think i've invented
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a new profession pastry architect that betwixt and between i'm not really one of the other well i haven't designed any buildings for some time and i'm not a proper pastry chef either. i'm in and i'm not going to be interested in thinking only about recipes ending greedy and serious goals even so maria gives the ingredients high priority and uses only top quality products she brings some of them back from her travels to france for the united states it doesn't seem to bother her that her artistic creations end up being devoured. from it that's the most important part of it the taste is everything. and with that we're out of another show now don't forget to check out our website for this week's draw and a chance at receiving a d w backpack with a bunch of goodies inside as always for me and the rest of the crew in berlin
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thanks for tuning in we'll see you again soon.
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