Episode #226: Ever After – Consolation Rewatch

Immediately, we’re rewatching the 1998 film, Ever After, directed by Andy Tennant and starring Drew Barrymore and Anjelica Huston.

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Present Notes:

Decor inspiration:

DaVinci’s artwork studio – very lovely

Danielle’s farmhouse – limewash exterior, very cottage core

Different cozy inspiration (trend, meals, drink or something?)-

DaVinci’s portray of Danielle

Netted hair items

Danielle’s costume on the ball with the wings and her face coated in glitter

Braided hairstyles

All of the attire

Jewellery – necklaces and broaches

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Emma – 4

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Episode 226 Transcript:

Elsie: You’re listening to the A Stunning Mess podcast, your cozy consolation hear.  Immediately we’re rewatching the 1998 film Ever After directed by Andy Tennant and starring Drew Barrymore and Angelica Houston. Okay, identical to proper off the highest, I’ve to say Angelica Houston slays on this function, and is one in every of my final icons due to Morticia Addams, like of all time, however I assumed she was an excellent evil character on this film. I liked her. 

Emma: Yeah, she’sone of these actors that I consider as like a personality actor, as a result of I do really feel like she does plenty of villains or identical to extra extreme roles, however then you may inform she will be able to simply act. She’s only a good actor. However I do consider her as among the issues like Mortica Addams.

Elsie: Yeah, she’s in a Wes Anderson film. 

Emma: She’s wonderful. 

Elsie: Sure, she’s an icon. I imply Drew Barrymore is just too, however Angelica Houston, I really feel like is my primary. 

Emma: I hadn’t actually watched this in fairly some time too. And I used to be identical to, how younger is Drew Barrymore? I often am not googling like actors names immediately, however I used to be like, I’ve to know. She appears to be like like a toddler to me.

Elsie: How outdated was she? 

Emma: She’s 23. She’s a child. She was 23 when it got here out. So she was most likely 22 once they have been filming. 

Elsie: So you understand how again within the day on our about web page of our weblog, we had all of our workforce do their crushes, their celeb crushes. I bear in mind one of many males who we labored with at one level put Drew Barrymore in Ever After. And I all the time keep in mind that and I acquired it. I used to be excited about it after I was watching her particularly with like her glitter face and I used to be like, okay, I do you get it. She’s identical to, so radiant and delightful and identical to magical and actually distinctive on this film. 

Emma: This can be a very enjoyable damsel in misery slash damsel who’s pushing again the entire time, you realize? It’s a really enjoyable character. Very enjoyable tackle Cinderella. Adore it. So I assume we must always describe the film if anybody hasn’t seen Ever After then you definately simply heard that it’s type of a Cinderella story. So it’s if Cinderella was a real story, it will be very very similar to Ever After. Danielle’s father dies when she is younger and her stepmother makes her work as a servant. In the future Danielle pretends to be a courtier. Is that the way you say it? 

Elsie: Courtier

Emma: You possibly can inform I’m very Midwestern.  Courtier to assist a fellow servant escape from being taken to the Americas. I imagine as a slave. She captures the attention of essentially the most unlikely individual the Crown Prince of France, Henry. The 2 fall in love, however they’re up in opposition to Daniels ruthless stepmother and her spoiled stepsisters, primarily one stepsister. Considered one of them is definitely fairly good. Nevertheless, with a servant’s assist Danielle’s sort stepsister, Jacqueline, and Leonardo da Vinci, at danielle’s facet. Danielle and Prince Henry’s love can survive though he’s a prince and she or he’s only a servant lady.

Elsie: It’s unbelievable. 

Emma: So it’s a Cinderella story kind of.

Elsie: Sure, a inform as outdated as time, however with Leonardo da Vinci. Which I assumed that was a pleasant contact. It’s very unhinged. And I just like the portray. I’ll most likely discuss like eight occasions the episode. The portray was one in every of my favourite elements of the entire film. It’s actually magical. After I began Googling the Mona Lisa and like I used to be like, does Drew Barrymore look precisely just like the Mona Lisa or what? Like, she type of does. So I really feel like she has that like classical oil portray look on this film. 

Emma: I agree. DaVinci on this film, his character, him being in in any respect is unhinged. And identical to his relationship with the prince and simply issues he does. He’s additionally to me just like the funniest character has the very best one liners. So it’s a blast. 

Elsie: It’s enjoyable. I might undoubtedly say it maintain up. Though I feel for me, it was greatest loved within the Nineteen Nineties however I nonetheless suppose it’s an exquisite basic. I do need to say identical to I put it up on the identical shelf with the Brandy Cinderella. I feel that Brandy Cinderella continues to be my primary however they’re, you realize, virtually the identical, but additionally very totally different as a result of that’s a musical and this isn’t. So anyway, I assume that’s identical to select your personal journey.

Emma: This one’s somewhat extra they’re attempting to do extra of a interval piece. Yeah, that one’s extra of a Disney musicial.

Elsie: This one’s attempting to be like a Jane Austen Cinderella.

Emma: Sure. Yeah, I might say so. So for those who like that type of interval piece really feel. I feel then that is your Cinderella. 

Elsie: Yeah, I like them each. So decor inspiration we liked, hated, sturdy reactions. So I’ll say this film was not as a lot of a decor banger as I used to be anticipating it to be. I assumed it was very lovely. However I additionally type of thought it was like fairly cliche. It was like, you can have used the identical units for like every film from like A Knight in Shining Armor interval like kind of vibe. 

Emma: There was additionally much more time spent outside. Then I remembered, like there’s much less time inside palaces or inside nation manners or no matter. So there’s plenty of identical to being out within the woods. And there’s a lake and cliffs and various things like that. So, which is cool, however probably not actually any decor to talk of.

Elsie: Yeah, the decor is nice. However I’ll say although, for me, the factor that was method above the decor was the style on this film. So particularly make-up and hair. Yeah, the hair items, so that they have like plenty of kneaded hair items which are like so cool. I need to attempt to get one in every of my daughters to do a fancy dress like that like a interval princess as a result of I feel that she would like it. And I identical to actually favored these knitted hair items. So I need to get one after which the half on the finish, clearly when she’s sporting the wings, and she or he has like jewels glued on her face, and she or he has like virtually her complete face is roofed in glitter. And he or she’s like, very powdery white. It’s like a vibe. Like I’ve by no means seen one other seem like that. It was very unique. And it was undoubtedly to me the primary second of the entire film. 

Emma: I really feel like lots of people most likely tried to do this type of vibe for his or her promenade as a result of it was simply this like second.

Elsie: I ought to have it. I’m not even gonna say what my promenade appears to be like have been however they have been so dangerous in comparison with that. And I actually actually blew it.

Emma: I had one fairy one, however I didn’t go this fairy size so actually tousled on that. 

Elsie: We did senior photos of Emma the place she was sporting fairy wings. So I did need to speak concerning the fairy wings as a result of I really feel like with this film and Romeo and Juliet, it’s like fairy wings are the last word 90s iconic factor. I don’t know. It was like a second in time.

Emma: I additionally really feel like butterflies have been such a factor within the 90s too. So one thing about wings. Folks have been into delicate wings. It was the period for that within the 90s. DaVinci makes her wings as a result of He says I’ll need to make the wings. Presumably he makes them for her proper earlier than the ball.

Elsie: He’s the very best character. 

Emma: Yeah, he’s. 

Elsie: Oh, his little artwork studio. That was very, very lovely a part of the film. I can’t say there was like a room that like threw me apart from the occasion on the finish the place she like is available in and it’s primarily due to her outfit. So it’s primarily due to the style. And I feel the artwork studio was most likely my different favourite. 

Emma: I did like her farmhouse. They present the outside of it so much. They’re inside it for some scenes, like there’s breakfast scene the place you see like their eating room and issues like that. However you truly see the outside of it much more as she’s like, feeding the pigs and like within the very starting when her father’s using away and he has his I assume coronary heart assault or one thing the place he passes. And I favored seeing that. It’s very like that look that persons are type of into proper now the lime wash type of wall vibe, the place it’s all one colour but it surely appears to be like weathered. It was very cottage core. I imply, it’s a cottage. It’s a farmhouse in France, I assume. And so I assumed that was actually fairly, however probably not something to talk of like, I might undoubtedly trip someplace like that. It appears to be like like a really, like enjoyable place to learn a e book, hang around.

Elsie: Get eggs from chickens. 

Emma: Yeah, that’d be cool. 

Elsie: Dwell on the land. I prefer it. It is vitally lovely. I imply, I don’t know, I feel that that’s a humorous factor about interval motion pictures is that just like the poor folks homes and the wealthy folks homes are type of equal as a result of the poor folks homes are so aesthetically pleasing.

Emma: Yeah, effectively, and in addition, that is so random, however I’m very into kitchens. And I feel most individuals are and I feel like a kitchen is, I imply, virtually each Nancy Meyer motion pictures we’ve talked about on right here, or simply usually we talked concerning the kitchen for a very long time. And so they both often don’t present a kitchen as a result of it’s like the place the servants put together the meals. The principle characters often don’t hand around in the kitchen. It’s not like the guts of the house like it’s in fashionable occasions as folks cook dinner for themselves. In case you have servants, then you definately by no means go into your kitchen. So I really feel such as you simply don’t see areas that really feel homey, if that makes any sense. As a result of it’s only a complete totally different lifestyle presumably. I’m probably not a historian. I’m basing this off fictional motion pictures and books. So I feel that’s a part of the issue is I’m like effectively, I need to see like the way you made your fridge look cute, however that’s not part of this period of time. It’s simply not going to be a part of this, you realize, and I don’t actually need to see like a pot boiling over a fire like that’s cool but it surely’s to not me like, oh, that’s inspiring decor that evokes my kitchen. I’m like, no, I’ve a range. Like, you realize, it’s simply so totally different. So I feel that there’s like, type of a disconnect there with interval piece motion pictures the place like, there’s not the identical factor to understand as a result of it’s only a totally different lifestyle. 

Elsie: That’s true. Once I needed to clarify to my youngsters that individuals simply don’t have servants anymore, it’s simply not a factor that’s achieved as a result of it’s in all of the princess motion pictures. In order that they didn’t perceive that.

Emma: Like, effectively, you may pay somebody that will help you with sure companies., like cleansing your property. However that’s not a servant and also you don’t name them that.

Elsie: Yeah, occasions have modified. Okay, so again on monitor. Is there some other cozy inspiration that actually like vibes you on this film?

Emma: I feel so. Along with the type of hair nets that you simply have been speaking concerning the type of like they’ve like little pearls.

Elsie: Braids, plenty of good braid and plenty of puffy headbands which are iconic.

Emma: I assumed, if you would like some braid inspiration, this film is there for you. As a result of there’s plenty of up dos which are generally messy, like she’s gonna go work within the area. And generally they’re like going to a ball. So there’s plenty of like, totally different hairstyles that I assumed have been very inspiring for those who’re a protracted hair gal. 

Elsie: I ponder if that was Drew Barrymore’s actual hair not as a result of it was so lengthy too. 

Emma: I assume it’s extensions. They’d be a lot simpler to braid however I don’t know. Beats me.

Elsie: Yeah, I would like a kind of attire. However I really feel like there’s simply not sufficient events in life to put on Renaissance garments for those who’re not considering going to a renaissance truthful. You simply need to put on the costume. You realize, it’s somewhat laborious.

Emma: When does it come up? I agree. No downside. 

Elsie: I like these like aprony wanting attire, you realize, with just like the underdress. These are actually cute to me. 

Emma: Yeah. Form of a corset kind prime. It’s a glance. 

Elsie: Ah, yeah. And just like the one which has prefer it had like, open elbows. Are you aware what I’m speaking about? It was one of many Angelica Houston attire. Yeah, her black costume is like I feel it was my favourite costume in the entire film. And he or she was sporting it fairly a bit. It was like a black velvet. You’ll see it once you watch the film. I used to be largely into the garments. Not gonna lie.

Emma: Yeah, garments, make-up hair. I used to be very into all that. There’s fairly just a few jewellery. There’s like brooches and necklaces which are type of a part of the story. These have been enjoyable and felt very like stuff you’d see at a flea market. You realize, I don’t know, very satisfying. There’s one scene to the place she’s like in her underwear. I feel they’ve gone swimming, I assume however  she’s nonetheless mainly sporting like a robe. 

Elsie: Very coated up underwear.

Emma: Yeah. 

Elsie: I don’t keep in mind that. 

Emma: It’s the scene the place the gypsies seize them. And so they’re like Drew Barrymore, you may take something you may carry. After which she takes the prince they usually all giggle after which they develop into buddies. Which is my favourite scene within the film as a result of it’s such a humorous and daring factor to do. Yeah, however she’s sporting this like hilarious underwear that appears terrible, as a result of it’s mainly a robe tied round her bizarre.

Elsie: I feel that that type of stuff can be scary.

Emma: Looks as if plenty of laundry. 

Elsie: I like fashionable underwear. You realize what I imply? It identical to does the job, to the purpose. Like, no additional stuff underneath there. Okay. So earlier than we do the score, I do need to do an impression of the ending as a result of I completed it this morning by the way in which, I do that nearly each time.

Emma: I present up and she or he’s ending the film, all the time. It’s like 9am And I’m like, wow, you actually depart this until the final second. 

Elsie: I do and this one, I truly watched most of this with my youngsters. However then, you realize, there was like half-hour left or one thing. So I acquired to look at the great half this morning. As a result of the final half-hour I do really feel like is type of like 75% of what’s aesthetically pleasing concerning the film. So anyway, that is my impression. So to start with, he’s like, in love along with her. And he’s like, who is that this mysterious, lovely, magical girl and he’s like, mother, I don’t need to marry anybody else aside from her. And he or she’s like, okay, wonderful, however she’s already engaged. So, anyway, when he thinks he has to marry the unsuitable individual, and he’s about to announce it. Then she walks in and she or he’s sporting her lovely white robe with the wings and the jewels. And he or she’s like, I actually need to inform you one thing, and he’s like, no matter it’s, it’ll be wonderful. 

Emma: Which is an actual gamble, when the individual you like says I really want to inform you one thing. It is best to possibly hear, like what’s it he has to say.

Elsie: He’s like, I’m gonna marry her. And the evil stepmother is like she’s, what do they name it? She’s a servant, truly. And he’s like, ewww truly you’re servant. What? Nevermind. And that to me was like, I’m sorry, however you’re not forgiven. You’re not forgiven 5 minutes later once you need to marry her. 

Emma: If we’re gonna do some script critiques. Right here’s the factor. This man sucks. The complete film. She’s like, effectively, so that you learn Utopia, however you’re nonetheless a dick. And he’s like, oh, yeah, undoubtedly, I’m a prince. That’s most of their falling in love dialog is she’s like, don’t you suppose that everybody ought to have rights? And he’s like, ewww no, I’m a prince and different persons are commoners. And I assume she’s into that. I assume. I can see why he likes her. He feels challenged and nobody else challenges him in his life, most likely as a result of he’s a prince. So he’s like, oh, that is fascinating dialog. However for her, I’m like, why do you want this man? He looks as if an absolute dick. Like, each dialog you have got with him. You’re like telling him what a dick he’s and he actually is saying some like, not cool stuff. After which when he finds out, she’s a servant. He’s a dick. And I’m like, that’s not shocking. This complete film, he was doing this complete time. So yeah, that is type of, you realize, DaVinci had much more religion in him than I feel I might have. I might have been like, I don’t know DaVinci I feel he’s gonna be a dick when he finds out concerning the servant factor.  And he was. I assumed you have been gonna do an impression of the marriage scene. He’s about to marry the princess of Spain. I feel I can’t bear in mind what nation, the crying.

Elsie: That was a tremendous scene as a result of he lets her get all the way in which up there. I imply, they actually drag it out. After which he’s identical to ha na. 

Emma: He simply laughed. It’s important to see like, I’m not going to do an impression. However I can’t think about that actresses audition, as a result of she doesn’t have some other strains. That’s your audition scene, there’s no different strains. In order that’s what she got here in to do at some point in an workplace was this loopy crying for like a strong most likely like three minutes strolling down an aisle with a veil over her. She’s crying as a result of she was in love with another person and he realizes I’m in love with another person. It’s this humorous scene, however her crying is hilariously ridiculous. And I assumed you’re gonna try this? 

Elsie: Oh,yeah. No, it was Nineteen Nineties gold. I really feel prefer it hit the best comedy marks of the period. , I assumed it was lovely attractive, lovely attractive. So I’m simply gonna give it 5 out of 5 crowns. I mainly don’t give any film that comes on our podcast for a whole episode like lower than that.

Emma: I’d give it 4. 

Elsie: As a result of the man’s a dick an excessive amount of.

Emma: As a result of the man’s a dick an excessive amount of. 

Elsie: They might have made him redeeming however I don’t really feel like they often put that type of effort into the prince characters. 

Emma: I imply, they provide him the entire like, he’s like, I’m gonna make a college that’s free for anybody. However then he’s nonetheless a dick to her when he finds out she’s a servant. So I’m like I don’t know, man. That man sucks. You can have achieved higher Drew Barrymore. I do know he’s a prince however you can have higher. You can have been like, DaVinci, do you have got any nephews? 

Elsie: Yeah, okay. That’s an thought. 

Emma: Looks as if a enjoyable household to hang around with for the vacations. 

Elsie: Wow. Oh my gosh. Yeah, that’s enjoyable to think about. They need to do one other film that’s nearly him as a result of I do need a DaVinci film now however with that actual character. 

Emma: Yeah, he was good.

Elsie: Trivia Time. One of many few variations that depicts one member of the step household as being sympathetic to Cinderella, or Danielle on this movie, is that this model. Jacqueline is somewhat pleasant with Danielle in comparison with her abusive sister and mom. Yeah, that’s why in the long run, she doesn’t need to develop into a cleansing woman or no matter their punishment is. She will get to identical to, be completely happy and be regular.

Emma:  She needs to marry that different man who’s just like the prince’s proper hand man or one thing. I don’t know. 

Elsie: Yeah, she will get to get married and have a cheerful life as a result of she was somewhat bit good.

Emma: I assumed she was fairly good. She clearly doesn’t actually have any energy in her household. So it’s tough to have an effect on change with no energy.

Elsie: Good level. 

Emma: I feel that she, you realize, made it clear her emotions in the direction of Daniella. I assumed was fairly good. I assumed she deserved to not be a cleansing woman like the opposite two. 

Elsie: Good. Yeah. That was candy. Okay. 

Emma: As depicted within the movie, the actual Leonardo DaVinci saved the Mona Lisa with him on a regular basis till his dying. Fascinating. I adore it. I can’t take into consideration being like so into one piece of artwork that you simply’re engaged on that you simply simply hold it on a regular basis. I’m a really like, finisher. You realize what I imply? I’m very like I’m achieved with this. I’m sick of this. I like get drained and as soon as I’m achieved with one thing I like need to transfer on. It’s fascinating to consider like, type of perfecting one thing or simply possibly he wasn’t even portray on it. He was simply preserving it till his dying. Fascinating. 

Elsie: Possibly he simply liked it. I like that. It’s only a private attachment. Yeah, it’s fascinating. Within the Gypsy scene the place Danielle carries off Prince Henry, he was simply too heavy for her to hold. So the crew needed to put the actor in a harness with wires to make it seem like she was carrying him off. That’s humorous. I couldn’t inform.

Emma: I feel I may raise up my husband the way in which she does. She places in like type of over her shoulder. I don’t suppose I may raise Jeremy. He’s fairly a bit taller.

Elsie: I’m going to attempt it now. I’m going to attempt. Now I’m simply curious.

Emma: She doesn’t stroll that far. I imply, presumably within the film, she must stroll additional. However like what they present the viewers will not be too far. I don’t understand how tall that actor was in comparison with Drew Barrymore or something like that. It’s not a criticism of Drew Barrymore or her energy. I’m identical to, huh, I ponder if I may choose up my husband. I’m like, I feel I may however it will be laborious.

Elsie: What for those who may do it, however you have been making like horrible faces the entire time? As a result of that’s most likely how I’ll be. It’s like, yeah, you may technically do it, however I wouldn’t need to do it on digicam. 

Emma:  I’m like, I may do it however I’m six months pregnant proper now.  So give me somewhat bit not proper now. Within the unique Grimm model, this step mom and daughter had their eyes picked out by birds. On this model, the set mom and daughter are pressured to work in a laundry kind place. Normally, these locations they use lie of cleaning soap and after extended use would trigger blindness within the laundry. It’s actually unhappy. 

Elsie: I assume they’re saying that it’s like kind of the identical consequence or like somewhat nod to the unique however with out the pecking. That’s bizarre. I don’t know. I do suppose I like the like, true trivia about how fairy tales are like, very tousled. I feel it’s very, like enjoyable and funky. And like, I don’t know, it’s type of vibe. It type of makes the outdated days appear Vibier than you often consider them as effectively. 

Emma: If you happen to’ve ever, like been working in your e book, and also you’re like, oh, is that this too offensive? I’m not attempting to be. I don’t wanna shock everybody. And then you definately learn one thing like this. And also you’re like, the Brothers Grimm didn’t care. They’re simply gonna say, you realize, it’s like, whoa dude, you actually went there. 

Elsie: Yeah. And it’s presupposed to be for youngsters. I feel  that’s pleasant, in a method, you realize, it’s enjoyable. Okay, one of many few Cinderella tales the place the Prince and the Cinderella character on this case named Danielle get to know one another and fall in love over time earlier than the ball, somewhat than the love at first sight on the ball itself. I like that. I feel I feel that falling in love on the ball is like type of boringer than this. 

Emma: Yeah, we type of already talked about the 90s Romeo and Juliet  adaptation as a result of the wings, they usually do the entire fall in love at first sight, which is, I feel a part of the play too. Though have they got the balcony scene after which they fall in love? I feel they do fall in love at first sight in the actual Shakespeare model. Anyway. Yeah, I feel both method, you type of have some stuff you’re up in opposition to as a narrative author or individual making the movie movie director no matter you’re doing, you realize, as a result of once more, I type of really feel like he’s such a dick each time they speak on this film that I’m like, why did  Danielle like him? Nearly really feel like love for sight would have made some extra sense till you hear him speak and also you’re like, oh God, this man. 

Elsie: Huh? Boo. 

Emma: Boo. Okay, shifting on. The one Cinderella story the place the Cinderella character on this case, Danielle will not be the one servant saved in the home. There are three different servants who keep Maurice, who Danielle purchased him again, Louise and Paulette. In most Cinderella tales, the stepmother eliminates all the opposite servants and solely retains the Cinderella character to make use of as a slave to do the work.

Elsie: I imply, I feel that makes extra sense than promoting candlesticks to pay your mortgage. So I don’t know. Nevertheless it’s most likely identical to good having extra characters. 

Emma: I really feel prefer it gave her folks to speak to and like conditions. I feel additionally they free her earlier than the ball. So it’s like, in the event that they hadn’t been there, there would have been some tough, she would needed to determine that out. You realize, she would have needed to Rapunzel herself out the window or one thing. I don’t know. So yeah, there’s that. I’ll say although it’s type of fascinating to consider, she was like I removed all the opposite servants besides Cinderella for cash causes. I’d be like that’s truly in some methods, as bizarre because it sounds a small like little little bit of mercy, as a result of Cinderella couldn’t have been the very best servant. She grew up type of privileged, so she most likely wasn’t the very best cleaner. So she would have been preserving her as a result of she was the stepdaughter, you realize, versus preserving whoever would have been essentially the most skilled high quality servant. So in a method, it will be like exhibiting a little bit of mercy simply to maintain her.

Elsie: I feel that she, like, I don’t suppose she was actually exhibiting mercy although as a result of I bear in mind when she stated like, did you ever love me? And he or she was like, I don’t know, do I like a rock in my shoe? I feel she simply was like, effectively, I’ve to maintain this stepdaughter who I don’t love anyway, so I assume I’ll simply make her a servant. 

Emma: I feel on this model, they’re attempting to point out us too that she did actually love the daddy. The stepmother actually loves the daddy. And like his dying phrases is that he loves his daughter. I feel she’s feels some type of jealousy. They type of present it on the actresses face. Angelica Houston does this type of look the place you’re like, oh, she’s a bit jealous right here.  I feel they’re attempting to provide us some type of impression like that, which is like being jealous of a kid is clearly silly. However, you realize, I feel that’s what they’re type of attempting to do. She felt a contest along with her stepdaughter.

Elsie: That is sensible. Okay, effectively, I like the film. A lot of well-known folks. I feel it’s undoubtedly a enjoyable rewatch, for those who haven’t seen it because the 90s. I don’t suppose I had seen it, undoubtedly in additional than 10 years, however I’ve possibly seen it as soon as because the 90s. So it was enjoyable to love, see the way it held as much as my creativeness. For some motive. It was like so much totally different in my reminiscence. Like I remembered it very otherwise. So and I don’t know why. Similar to the way in which it appeared.

Emma: Yeah, had undoubtedly been effectively for me, as a result of I used to be like, how outdated is Drew Barrymore? Is she even out of highschool on this film? I used to be like, okay, she’s 23. 

Elsie: She was a toddler actor. 

Emma: Yeah, I used to be like, is she 18 on this film? She appears to be like so younger. Yeah, she’s 23. 

Elsie: Wonderful. So it’s time for Nova’s joke or reality. Hey, Nova, what do you have got for us this week?

Nova: A meditation. 

Emma: All proper. I’m closing my eyes. 

Nova: Think about you simply acquired onto a airplane. You draw in your pad of paper. You are taking some deep breaths. And instantly, we’re right here. You exit. And also you see Florida. You go and e book a room at a resort. Keep and go to the seaside. You order some ice cream. Sit on a lounge chair and watch the waves up down. Then you definately return to the resort, sleep. The subsequent morning you get some room service. Think about what you’re going to eat. It tastes good. Then you have got some lunch. How about an ice cream sundae to spherical it off. And then you definately return, you see dolphins. Then you definately see a starfish. Then you definately rapidly rise up and also you seek for some seashells. Then, instantly you journey on a ravishing seashell. You place it in your bag and carry on strolling. You see some crabs digging within the sand. You dig up some clams. Then you definately return to your resort. What a day. You sleep for the final time, pack up your baggage, return residence and take the image out that you simply secretly had all alongside and also you forgot one thing. That your folks are with you all alongside. 

Elsie: Adore it. That was my favourite one. So relaxed. 

Nova: Now open your eyes. And first earlier than I’m going. Let’s take three deep breaths yet another time. Keep in mind, all the time take deep breaths once you want them. They’ll assist you be calm sufficient. And bear in mind, each time I do a meditation first, we’re gonna do at the very least three breaths earlier than we do it. Bye.

Elsie: Thanks a lot for listening. In case you have a consolation rewatch film you desire to us to speak about it, you may submit it at [email protected] or name our voicemail at 417-893-0011. We might be again subsequent week with a deep dive into artwork.

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