How To Find Out If Someone Has Been Arrested
Employees are an integral part of a companys business. And this is why before hiring an individual for a job position companies deem it important to conduct a thorough background check on that person, which includes his personal history, criminal records, past employment, and the like.
Cinema accorded a special privilege to Cardinal Joszef Mindszenty, the post-war Catholic Primate of Hungary, who was the subject of two movies and a television drama. Mindszenty had been arrested in December 1948 as part of the Stalinist regime's policy of subjugating the church to the state. Charged with treason and currency offences, he 'confessed' all at his dramatic trial in February 1949 and was sentenced to life imprisonment. Media coverage of the trial, actively promoted by official propagandists in Washington and London, provided many in the West with compelling images of communist injustice and Catholic suffering, and helped establish Mindszenty as the model of clerical 'martyrdom' in the United States in the 1950s.30 Felix Feist's 'B' movie, Guilty of Treason (1950), dealt with the Mindszenty case by focusing on the gruesome torturing to death of a Hungarian music teacher (played by Bonita Granville, herself a victim of the Hungarian communist regime) who refuses to let her...
Most camerapersons will bring you a demonstration roll if you ask for it, but it has to be viewed warily. The demo contains his or her best work, the best extracts, which may not be typical. That's why you should check with a few people who have worked with the applicant to see what he or she is really like. The personal meeting is necessary because you need to get a sense of personality and temperament. No matter how good the technique, if the person is dour and morose, or lacking a sense of humor, he or she will find no place on my crew. Equally important, you need to assess whether the cameraperson is open to direction. Some are all sweetness in the beginning, then refuse to take directions on location. They become prima donnas, demanding the sole right to select what is being shot and how it is being shot. Usually you can sense this attitude in the first meeting or through your background check. When I face an attitude like that, I just get rid of the cameraperson.
Producer Franco Cristaldi screenplay Francesco Rosi, Suso Cecchi D'Amico, Enzo Provenzale, and Franco Solinas, based on official court records and journalistic reports on the career of Salvatore Giuliano photography Gianni Di Venanzo editor Mario Serandrei sound Claudio Maielli art directors Sergio Canevari and Carlo Egidi music Piero Piccioni costume designer Maril Carteny.
I don't want to wake up one day, not know my kids, and only see somebody in my house who's got blue hair with half of it shaved off. And this is, of course, while the police officer is telling me they've been arrested. That's not going to be me. I'm not the stereotypical dad. If you ask me when my daughter's choir concert is, I don't say I don't know. Are you kidding I know the date, the time, the place, and the car I'm going to use to get there. I'm very family oriented and I do not let this take a back seat. This is why it took me so long to make this last film.