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This may be a week late, but I appeared on LN Radio to discuss the economic fallout of COVID-19. It should be noted that the last time I appeared on the program I did warn about the coronavirus potentially affecting the U.S. economy in a big way, which was why I was hesitant in trying to cite a GDP growth rate.
Plus, my positions in Alpha Pro Tech, SQQQ, and VXX did prove that I sensed something big was coming. So, give myself a pat on the back!
Anyway, here is my segment from the show:
In all the madness on Black Monday – coronavirus, the market meltdown, and a global oil price war – we lost one of the greatest actors in the history of cinema: Max Von Sydow.
The Swedish thespian had an extensive and eclectic body of work that highlighted talent and grace unmatched by most actors today. He was truly one of the greatest European actors of all time.
What is somewhat disappointing is that a lot of the coverage notes of his appearance in Star Wars or the lead in The Exorcist, while dismissing his huge resume from back in the day. But that is a minor gripe because at least his death captured international headlines and was even the top trend on Twitter.
So, here are my five favorite Max Von Sydow films:
- The Seventh Seal
- Through A Glass Darkly
- Hannah and Her Sisters
- The Exorcist
I would also add Winter Light to the list, but his part only lasts a few minutes. Of course, those few minutes were truly remarkable.
Also, here is a personal favorite of mine: Max Von Sydow in the Woody Allen classic:
So, one of the top critically-acclaimed motion pictures this year was a film called Marriage Story starring that woman from The Avengers and that guy from Star Wars. I haven’t seen it nor do I intend to for two reasons: Zero time and there are many other great films about marriages that deserve another viewing.
What are some of these films?
Well, here are a few that immediately come to mind:
- “Husbands and Wives” – Woody Allen
- “Scenes from a Marriage” – Ingmar Bergman
- “The Awful Truth” – Leo McCarey
- “La Notte” – Michelangelo Antononi
- “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” – Mike Nicholls
- “Dodsworth” – William Wyler
- “Adam’s Rib” – George Cukor
There are plenty more, but it’s midnight and my mind is mush.
I recently appeared on LN Radio with Liberty Nation‘s Chief Washington Correspondent Tim Donner to discuss President Donald Trump, the U.S. and global economies, and the 2020 presidential election.