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He is so incredible, I saw him in concert a few days ago and it has changed my life. such an inspiring person. I've added, Meet Matt Corby to my bucket list. I intend to check it off. His voice is just beautiful. my ears are happy on this gloomy Friday. Why go see a counselor when you can just listen to the art of this man. it will remind you that you have a place here on earth and that through all the pain and heart ache the beautiful and golden moments of life are worth waiting for. Thankyou Mr Corby for giving to the world.
Truly beautiful from the heart and sole... I could listen to you until the stars come out. Sunnyside, Wa is where this happened. RYTHEM OF LOVE IS THE ALBUM SORRY BY LOVE HER SO MA... OMAR. How old is this song am I late just heard it a month ago but love it. I like how the light turns green right after he runs it 1:21.
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Alfred hitchCOCK. 136 customer reviews There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. May 7, 2016 Format: DVD Verified Purchase THE WRONG MAN (1956) is the 1950s Hitchcock film that many people miss. That's a shame, because it's a wonderful movie even if unlike other Hitchcock efforts of that era, all of which were based on fictional screenplays. Told in black-and-white in a semi-documentary style, it's the real-life story of Christopher Emmanuel "Manny" Balestrero (Henry Fonda), a bassist at New York's famed Stork Club, who was pulled off the street in 1951 by local cops without even being able to tell his wife (Vera Miles) that he wouldn't be home for a while. Some office workers at a local insurance company thought he might resemble the man who robbed them of cash some months earlier. Everything about Manny's incarceration and prosecution smelled funny, from the lack of today's Miranda warning to the biased perp identification. Prior to the trial Balestrero and wife had had to embark on a largely fruitless search for alibi witnesses, and had been forced into debt to hire a defense attorney (Anthony Quayle). By the time of the trial, it's clear that the cops and prosecutors never considered Balestrero to be anything other than the armed robber they'd fingered him for. All this highlights the terror of an innocent man suddenly exposed to the full force of the law. Such Kafkaesque goings-on aren't supposed to happen in this country, but they did. THE WRONG MAN's story might have escaped Hitchcock's attention had Balestrero's plight not been the subject of a magazine article by famed playwright Maxwell Anderson. Thematically it's easy to see why the story appealed to Hitchcock, who had always been sensitive to "wrong man" concerns and potential abuses of authority figures. The viewer can tell it's a Hitchcock story through his use of evocative Bernard Herrmann music and the excellent playing by Fonda, Miles and others. The screenplay did not soft-pedal or cosmetize the real events including Mrs. Balestrero's mental breakdown in the wake of financial struggles and the topsy-turvy environment she and her husband were confronted with. As the DVD Commentary points out, widescreen location shooting of mid-Fifties Manhattan offers realistic insights into a bygone world of mom-and-pop shops, El trains and midrise neighborhoods. I strongly recommend THE WRONG MAN, especially given its budget price and its top-notch Commentary. By modern standards the abuses that the real Manny Balestrero suffered in the early Fifties seem happily a product of the past, until one remembers that scores of (largely black) Chicagoans have been, and are still, being taken off the streets with similar lack of due process and held at a semi-secret location that was once part of the Sears, Roebuck headquarters on Homan Avenue. Can it happen here? It did, and still does. January 24, 2019 Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase What's special about this movie: The first Hitchcock film based on a true story. The master himself tells us this fact in the opening of the film as an introduction. Alfred Hitchcock had fear of police. His fear of police manifested itself in several of his films and TV shows episodes (Alfred Hitchcock Presents). If you pay attention, you may notice where a police figure is especially made to look threatening (just watch Psycho). Wrong Man is the ultimate manifestation of Hitchcock's fear of police. It is the story of Manny Balestrero (Henry Fonda), a musician in New York who plays in night clubs who gets picked up by the police based on accusation that he fits the description of a holdup man who has held up stores in the district and robbed them. Vera Miles plays his wife. Original score is by Bernard Hermann. This is not the most suspenseful Hitchcock movie but it is still a very good movie. It is shot with a sense of realism (no Hitchcock cameo in this one) and it effectively creates the feeling of being trapped. If you are looking to get acquainted with the best films of Hitchcock, this is not the best one to start with (Psycho, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Rear Window are better examples). Blu-ray is very grainy. I am not sure if the picture quality could be improved or this is due to the camera or the film stock used. In any case, it's probably better than any DVD version. There is a nice 20 mins documentary on the Blu-ray, "Guilt trip: Hitchcock and The Wrong Man" and a Trailer as Special Features. October 29, 2016 Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase Powerful true story is something different for Hitchcock and works very well. Henry Fonda is excellent as the innocent man arrested for a crime he did not commit. Vera Miles as his wife gives a performance worth of an Oscar nomination. The B&W photography on New York locations where the actual story took place add a great deal to the film. The Blu-ray transfer is excellent. January 27, 2018 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Very good Hitchcock flick based on Herbert Brean's Life Magazine article (and later book? ): A Case of Identity. The overt story is a straightforward thriller about a man wrongly persecuted, and prosecuted, that raises questions about the methods of law enforcement vs. Citizen's rights. The background network story is operating unintentionally on a different level; in hindsight, it lays bare a commentary about American justice, American tolerance for cultural differences, and tastes of American consumerism that are less than flattering. It's entertainment but it's also an unintended expose of American xenophobia that is rife with dissonance. Watch it for entertainment first. It's a good movie. But then, read Brean's article and watch it again. I found it to be enjoyable, disconcerting, and finally disturbing. But the exercise was well worth my time. December 4, 2016 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase what a superb performance by Henry Fonda- your heart goes out to the man. a film with a subject that will always be relevant. Eye witnesses aren't always reliable and kindness and cooperation is often seen as weakness. July 26, 2016 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase I had a so-so opinion about Henry Fonda before I saw "The Wrong Man". The character he plays in this film is accused and then arrested for a crime he did not commit. The character is supposed to be scared-to-death and Fonda pulled it off 100%. As far as I concerned, this film is at the top the list. July 22, 2014 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Excellent quality of film, well worth the money. There's a little lack of character development here, Hitch didn't quite have the drop on a deep back story for his characters in this one of his film. But it's still a compelling story, interesting to the last, and it really makes you hate the police. Perhaps one of this movies highest points is the use of stunning artistic camera angles which Hitchcock incorporated into this piece, literally breathtaking genius here. if you pay close attention to the subtle mood hints and camera angles you're bound to be enthralled by this movie. There are 136 customer reviews and 148 customer ratings.
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Pure euphoria every time he opens his mouth
In the name of Jeshua HaMasiah. Such passion and the deepest universal love he has for his music. You can hear it in every split second of this word or words could describe this brilliance. We are so blessed to be able to be alive and to be able to listen to what she would describe as pure heaven. I now believe in is living proof. I love this song how true. So the air I'll breathe in to drown in the sea I've been beat up and did you know You said you'd know I get a little bit chewed up I wouldn't if I had known And seeing some part of hopeful I know and I know you don't, see I'm being easy falling down the breeze I know you won't count on me And the truth never bothers me I know and I know you don't You're celebrated for your time away I know you won't be sleeping.
Can't. Stop. Watching. Plays for the 9001 time. Listening to this incredible mans music inspires me to start writing music again. I love him so much. I got a serious crush on you Anita DAMN. My god this is beautiful. So nice to see jesus singing so well. Does anyone know the chords he uses. I hear u calling but i aint no fool. The 16 dislikes must be hearing impaired. This is the Bomb! Sing it, Anita. Your video is trash. He should always stay his freaking beautiful self and make unbelievably great music like he always does...
1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards » Edit Storyline Christopher Emmanuel Balestrero, "Manny" to his friends, is a string bassist, a devoted husband and father, and a practicing Catholic. His eighty-five dollar a week gig playing in the jazz combo at the Stork Club is barely enough to make ends meet. The Balestreros' lives will become a little more difficult with the major dental bills his wife Rose will be incurring. As such, Manny decides to see if he can borrow off of Rose's life insurance policy. But when he enters the insurance office, he is identified by some of the clerks as the man that held up the office twice a few months earlier. Manny cooperates with the police, as he has nothing to hide. Manny learns that he is a suspect in not only those hold-ups, but a series of other hold-ups in the same Jackson Heights neighborhood in New York City where they live. The more that Manny cooperates, the more guilty he appears to the police. With the help of Frank O'Connor, the attorney that they hire, they try to prove Manny's innocence.... Written by Huggo Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis Taglines: The police were convinced... The witnesses were positive.. he was... THE WRONG MAN See more » Details Release Date: 26 January 1957 (USA) Also Known As: Der falsche Mann Box Office Budget: $1, 200, 000 (estimated) See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs Sound Mix: Mono (RCA Sound Recording) See full technical specs » Did You Know? Trivia The scene where Manny (Henry Fonda) is taken to prison was filmed in a real prison. As he is led to his cell, you can hear one of the inmates yell out "What'd they get ya for, Henry?? ", and a bunch of other prisoners laughing. See more » Goofs When they book Manny, they fingerprint him. Allegedly to compare his prints to fingerprints taken from the various robbery crime scenes. One piece of evidence the police actually try to use against Manny - the holdup note that he gave to the clerk. If Manny committed the crime, then his prints would be on the note - case closed. If not, he would be exonerated. But instead of checking the note for fingerprints the police go through the ridiculous fingerprint "analysis", all the while handling the note without gloves. Simply dusting the note for prints and comparing the results to those taken from Manny would have solved the whole case. But then again, if they had done so, end of story, end of movie. :) See more » Quotes [ first lines] Prologue narrator: This is Alfred Hitchcock speaking. In the past, I have given you many kinds of suspense pictures. But this time, I would like you to see a different one. The difference lies in the fact that this is a true story, every word of it. And yet it contains elements that are stranger than all the fiction that has gone into many of the thrillers that I've made before. See more ».
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