The majority of this scene was entirely improvised by Robin Williams. They set a bunch of things on a table in front of him and told him to just go for it. From IMDB:
The opening scene with the street merchant was completely unscripted. Robin Williams was brought into the sound stage and was asked to stand behind a table that had several objects on it and a bed sheet covering them all. The animators asked him to lift the sheet, and without looking take an object from the table and describe it in character. Much of the material in that recording session was not appropriate for a Disney film.
I laugh every single time.
This portrait of Charlie Chaplin was done when he was in NYC, for the premiere of “The Great Dictator” 1940.
Guillaume ama sua madre sopra ogni cosa e fino a confondersi con lei, replicandone i gesti, imitandone la voce, ribadendone il potere. Cresciuto da ‘diverso’ e rifugiato in un mondo immaginario, Guillaume parla come una ragazza, si veste come una ragazza, è delicato come una ragazza, balla la sevillana come una ragazza. Vittima di un fraintendimento crudele imparerà a sue spese che la realtà è un’altra.
Un viaggio alla ricerca del proprio “io” , a tratti esilarante, a tratti molto riflessivo: quanto sono potenti i pregiudizi. Derivato da una pièce teatrale debutta al cinema assumendo i tratti tipici di qualsiasi film francese d’alta qualità.
Titolo: Les Garçon et Guillaume, a table! (In Italia: “Tutto sua madre”)
Regia: Guillaume Gallienne
Cast: Guillaume Gallienne, André Marcon, Diane Kruger
Produzione: Eagle Pictures
Francia, Belgio 2013 - Commedia
Guillaume et les garçons à table, de Guillaume Gallienne
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The Paris Opéra Ballet will say goodbye to one of its most beloved étoiles tomorrow: After over 30 years with the company, Nicolas Le Riche is retiring. Luckily for us, the July 9 farewell will be live streamed at 7:30 pm Paris time, or 1:30 pm EST. There’s a spectacular program planned with excerpts from Nijinski’s Afternoon of the Faun, Mats Ek’s Appartement pas de deux, Raymonda Act II and more. And there’s no shortage of other stars joining him onstage. Sylvie Guillem, Matthieu Chedid and Guillaume Gallienne will guest.
You can tune in here. I know I will. - See more at: http://dancemagazine.com/blogs/dance-glance/5938#sthash.F6w9PrZU.dpuf