Frances McDormand | Charlie Rose

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  • Published on Nov 18, 2017
  • Frances McDormand talks about being an actor and playing the leading role of Mildred in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri." She's joined by writer-director Martin McDonagh and co-star Sam Rockwell. The full conversation aired on PBS on November 9, 2017.
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  • Samuel Moser
    Samuel Moser Month ago

    She is blue collar strong.

  • Simon Johnston
    Simon Johnston 3 months ago

    Well done Frances

  • merim
    merim 4 months ago +1

    justice, much larger than revenge... I liked it much

  • Alex Badm
    Alex Badm 4 months ago

    I like her over a big half of the entire Hollywood Oscar-winning actresses (Maryl Streep, Reese Witherspoon, Jenifer Lawrence, Julia Roberts etc). Frances McDormand seems so natural, down to Earth and honest in explaining her emotions.

  • Watchman Onthewall
    Watchman Onthewall 4 months ago

    Frances is so smart, it's gotta be a challenge, especially as women get older, to not patronize the perpetually adolescent male sensibity, regardless of craft. Sam looks like he's with her but maybe they are both kinda keeping an eye on the paycheck. Well, maybe a teeny bit. Lol.. But that might just be me.

  • geatorella
    geatorella 7 months ago

    First time I saw her was in the '80s in a movie called Chattahoochie where she co-starred with Gary Oldman. She was riveting and I loved her look - she was so real in a way that eclipsed any other working actress I'd ever seen. And the more I watch Fargo (never get tired of it) the more I'm blown away by what she did with that part.

  • More Books
    More Books 10 months ago

    Best movie I've seen in years!!! All winning elements!!

  • danzigvssartre
    danzigvssartre 11 months ago

    Not a single question for Sam Rockwell?

  • Sis I Si
    Sis I Si Year ago

    That is key...do they also do theatre? I used to question the use of “Foreigners” (Brit’s, Aussies, Canadians...lol) in American movies...it’s their theatre experience. It makes for better story telling conveyance. It’s why Frances is one of the best. White teeth are only important in Hollywood closeups. Frances, Sam, Sandy....the real deal

  • Slim Louis
    Slim Louis Year ago +4

    Justice is a larger goal.

  • EricG
    EricG Year ago

    I hated this movie!! Poorly written!

  • Yasi Soufi
    Yasi Soufi Year ago

    Round table of rage and justice .. with LOTS OF INTELLIGENCE.. it scares me honestly! Power of the People

  • Kathleen
    Kathleen Year ago +1

    Real artists.

  • Ariel Mio
    Ariel Mio Year ago +2

    what a wonderful interview. it was delightful to watch.

  • southlondon86
    southlondon86 Year ago

    60!? What the living evergreen fuck...

  • F T
    F T Year ago +4

    Love Ya Frances McDormand ... ! :) You are a Legend.

  • john-felice ceprano
    john-felice ceprano Year ago +6

    "biological imperative" .. perfectly said!!

  • Jamie Mannell
    Jamie Mannell Year ago +10

    She's an incredible actress. Fully deserved her Oscar. 👏👍

  • Jamie Mannell
    Jamie Mannell Year ago +2

    Anyone else think she looks like an older Julie Bowen?

  • bobby cole
    bobby cole Year ago +23

    she seems cool as hell, someone you can just sit back and chill with talking about everyday life things

  • Mexlycan Lobo
    Mexlycan Lobo Year ago

    Her acting was good, but it was too lesbian too macho tough girl, those things take out the sentimental and faith out of the film. She should have portrayed a normal grief hurt woman.

  • alkdkfjjaflk akllkjfk

    Enthralling interview.

  • Carlos
    Carlos Year ago +22

    MacDormand and Rockwell are so good in the film it's actually shocking to see their normal personas.

  • femaleskater1185
    femaleskater1185 Year ago

    This movie was not that great :/

  • Andrew Whited
    Andrew Whited Year ago

    I'll bet these three don't like Charlie Rose now, especially Francis McDormand, who has definitely made herself present in the #MeToo movement. What better time than awards season for her to join in. And this was one of the last shows. I'm sure it surprised the hell out of them given that they were just on this show right before the allegations came out and then Charlie subsequently being fired by both CBS and PBS.

  • Gg Ff
    Gg Ff Year ago +18

    She was great but Sam had one of the best performances I've ever seen

  • Pittbabe
    Pittbabe Year ago +1

    Check out "Blood Simple," Frances fans!

  • Diyora Karabaeva
    Diyora Karabaeva Year ago +7

    She is so intelligent!

  • Serg Garcia
    Serg Garcia Year ago +7

    *Frances is crazy talented! I love her!*

  • Holly G
    Holly G Year ago +1

    Frances; you want to play a cowgirl? Check out Olivia Press for stories and scripts. I'd love it!

  • extenebrislux
    extenebrislux Year ago +2

    Charlie is lucky that his disgusting behavior came to light just a few days after this interview otherwise Frances would have punched him in the face. Talk about timing!

    • extenebrislux
      extenebrislux Year ago

      nope. just google charlie rose + sexual harassment and see for yourself.

    • southlondon86
      southlondon86 Year ago

      extenebrislux Describe the ‘disgusting’ behaviour. Showing a clip of a movie to someone?

  • Karen Von Clezie
    Karen Von Clezie Year ago +1

    great talk !! love hearing about the craft and telling stories from a real person perspective. inspiring !! Love the idea of work as you age - staying real and finding roles that deserve that artistry.

  • Mouhammad Beiraqdar
    Mouhammad Beiraqdar Year ago +3

    She's just a wonderful human being and actor. Loved her in Olive Kitteridge as well!

  • Sun Yellow
    Sun Yellow Year ago +5

    I love her authenticity! Love that she doesn't sell watches or cars or shampoo. Love how devoted to her craft! She deserves an oscar!

  • Inês Cruz
    Inês Cruz Year ago +21

    Why does listening to her cure my depression tho?Fuck I love her

  • MegaChickenPunch
    MegaChickenPunch Year ago

    Jesus f christ, learn to deinterlace your video. Wtf is this unwatchable shit

  • Magda 13
    Magda 13 Year ago +21

    what a LEGEND this Woman.

  • Magda 13
    Magda 13 Year ago +1

    LOVED her in Fargo. One of best creation EVER.

  • Vincent H.
    Vincent H. Year ago +11

    Love all the Fargo comments here. I've also loved her since seeing that in theaters in '96. Always consistently good in everything she's been in

  • Graeme Abrahams
    Graeme Abrahams Year ago +5

    Mildred For President

  • Max
    Max Year ago +4

    Look at her eyes you will feel the energy.

  • Miss. Phyllis  Renee Foster

    WOW I FORGOT ABOUT MISS FRANCESS YES SHE TOO IS GREAT WOW

  • English Garden
    English Garden Year ago

    You’re 60, so what. You don’t have to look 80. Put a little makeup on and look fresh.

    • Magda 13
      Magda 13 Year ago

      put some make-up on your english garden dude...

    • Magda 13
      Magda 13 Year ago

      haha oh yes Granny

  • Bob H.
    Bob H. Year ago +2

    Charlie's a treasure, even if he messed up. Who else have we had with his intelligence and sensitivity who could bring groups of other gifted people together for this kind of discussion. No-one, so far as I know. He should never have been "executed" for his "crime". I hope he makes it back somehow....And Frances is a national treasure also. May she go on forever....

  • tahlianorrish
    tahlianorrish Year ago +36

    Frances McDormand is an absolute boss.

  • Goody Goody
    Goody Goody Year ago +27

    Thank God this talented woman stays natural, she is so right about that (excuse me but it's really hard to watch and believe those puffy-faced actresses, you just stop watching them). I loved the movie!

    • Freya McCullough
      Freya McCullough Year ago

      Goody Goody But people don’t change their appearance because they’re so comfortable with themselves. They do it because their self esteem is destroyed when they’re told through words, actions and perceptions that their value is in how they look.

  • j. nicholl
    j. nicholl Year ago +1

    Oscars coming there way!

  • Dan Brennan
    Dan Brennan Year ago +19

    I could buy that Mildred is younger than 60. Frances could still pass for 50-something and Mildred is an abuse victim who lost her daughter, that shit'll age you.

  • catherine coman
    catherine coman Year ago +28

    Frances is soooo talented.

  • Devin Elgert
    Devin Elgert Year ago

    Are justice and revenge really that different?

  • Rayan Al-Ballaa
    Rayan Al-Ballaa Year ago +5

    There's more to life than a little money, you know. Don'tcha know that?

  • kb csDJvno \]][,.
    kb csDJvno \]][,. Year ago +1

    Court Documents Raise Significant Questions About Leigh Corfman’s Accusations Against Roy Moore
    www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/11/21/court-documents-raise-significant-questions-leigh-corfmans-accusations-roy-moore/
    by Aaron Klein 21 Nov 2017
    Court documents involving Leigh Corfman, who says that Alabama senatorial candidate Roy Moore tried to engage in a sexual encounter with her when she was 14, raise questions about the timeline and narrative of Corfman’s accusations against the politician.
    Those accusations were first publicly disclosed in a Washington Post story citing Corfman and her mother, Nancy Wells, as saying that in early 1979, Roy Moore, then a 32-year-old assistant district attorney, allegedly asked Wells to watch her fourteen-year-old daughter while Wells went into a courtroom for a custody hearing.
    Corfman claims that Moore asked the young Corfman for her number. “Days later, she says, he picked her up around the corner from her house in Gadsden,” the Post story states, referring to her mother’s home in Gadsden. Corfman’s parents were divorced.
    The first private meeting was arranged after Moore called Corfman on her home phone at her mother’s house, Corfman alleges.
    Corfman says that Moore took her to his home, put his arm around her, and kissed her. Corfman told the Post that she had asked Moore to drive her home because she was feeling nervous and he obliged.
    “Soon after, she says, he called again, and picked her up again at the same spot,” the Post story reports, without providing an exact timeline.
    That is when Corfman says that Moore drove her back to his house, touched her body, and guided her hand to his underwear. Corfman says that she yanked her hand back.
    “She says that after their last encounter, Moore called again, but that she found an excuse to avoid seeing him,” the Post story continues.
    Regarding the original court hearing where Corfman says that Moore asker her for her number while Wells went inside the courtroom, the Post reported that it “confirmed that her mother attended a hearing at the courthouse in February 1979 through divorce records.”
    A thorough search of court documents finds one court case in February 1979-a case that took place on February 21, 1979. The Post failed to tell readers that at that February 21, 1979, court case Wells voluntarily gave up custody of Corfman to Corfman’s father, Robert R. Corfman. The two had been divorced since 1974. The custody case was amicable and involved a joint petition by both parents.
    The Post further did not tell readers that as a result of the joint petition to change custody, the court ordered the 14-year-old Corfman to move to her father’s house starting on March 4, 1979. Court documents show the father’s address in Ohatchee, and not in Gadsden, where her mother lived and where Corfman says the meetings with Moore took place.
    This would mean that from the court hearing on February 21, 1979, until Corfman was ordered to move to her father’s house, Moore would only have had 12 days, including the day of the court hearing, to have repeatedly called Corfman at her mother’s Gadsden house, arrange two meetings, and attempt another. Moore has strenuously denied the accusations.
    While that timeline is theoretically possible, the Moore campaign stressed in a press conference today it is unlikely.
    Ben DuPre, Moore’s former chief of staff on the Alabama Supreme Court, spoke today on behalf of the campaign. DuPre noted that “as best as we can tell” the February 21, 1979, case was the only court movement to have taken place that month. Breitbart News also could not find another court document from that month in 1979.
    The disclosure raises questions about why that twelve-day window was not mentioned in the Post story or by Wells or Corfman in subsequent interviews. Neither Corfman nor Wells publicly mentioned the change in custody during the critical period where Moore was said to have arranged meetings with Corfman outside her mother’s home.
    Earlier this month, Breitbart News interviewed Wells and she discussed Moore’s alleged calls to Corfman as taking place at her home.
    Breitbart News reviewed the custody and divorce documents in full. The custody arrangement allowed for “reasonable rights of visitation” for Wells, including on alternate weekends and full custody for one week starting on December 24. However, that one week of custody in December does not fit into the timeline of Moore allegedly arranging meetings days after the February hearing.
    There is another detail in the custody documents that raise questions about Corfman’s story.
    The Post strongly implied that the alleged encounter with Moore caused Corfman to exhibit reckless behavior in her teenage years.
    The Post reported:
    After talking to her friends, Corfman says, she began to feel that she had done something wrong and kept it a secret for years.
    “I felt responsible,” she says. “I felt like I had done something bad. And it kind of set the course for me doing other things that were bad.”
    She says that her teenage life became increasingly reckless with drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt when she was 16.
    The Post failed to mention that the very reason for the February 21, 1979, court hearing where Moore allegedly met Corfman was because, according to the court documents, Corfman had exhibited “certain disciplinary and behavioral problems.” In other words, Corfman evidence behavioral problems prior to the alleged encounters with Moore.
    Indeed, those stated “disciplinary and behavioral problems” were cited in the joint petition to change custody as the cause for both Wells and Corfman’s father agreeing that Corfman would be better served living with her father. The parents signed a “consent decree” going along with the change in custody.
    Over one year later, on May 5, 1980, which would have been after any alleged encounters with Moore, Wells filed a new petition to take back custody of her daughter. That petition stated that Corfman’s “disciplinary problem has improved greatly.” The stated change in behavior is important since Corfman’s “disciplinary and behavioral problems” were cited as the reason for the father taking custody.
    The improvement in behavior described by Wells seems to conflict with Corfman’s claim to the Post that after the 1979 encounter her “life became increasingly reckless with drinking, drugs, boyfriends, and a suicide attempt when she was 16.”
    The judge apparently agreed with Wells’ assessment of Corfman’s improved behavior and granted Wells custody on October 15, 1980.
    At today’s press conference, DuPre also mentioned Wells’ interview with this reporter in which Corfman’s mother contradicted a key detail of Corfman’s story.
    Speaking by phone to Breitbart News, Wells, 71, says that her daughter did not have a phone in her bedroom during the period that Moore is reported to have allegedly called Corfman-purportedly on Corfman’s bedroom phone-to arrange at least one encounter.
    The Washington Post cited Corfman as remembering that she provided Moore with her number when she was 14. She said that she spoke to Moore from what she described as the phone in her bedroom.
    In yet another detail called into question at today’s press conference, DuPre referred to the exact spot mentioned in the Post story as the alleged meeting place for Corfman’s claimed encounters with Moore.
    The Post cited Corfman as saying that Moore, according to the newspaper’s characterization, “picked her up around the corner from her house in Gadsden.”
    The Post mentions the specific intersection where Corfman says that Moore picked her up around the corner from her mother’s house. The Post reports, “She says she talked to Moore on her phone in her bedroom, and they made plans for him to pick her up at Alcott Road and Riley Street, around the corner from her house.”
    DuPre said that intersection was almost a mile away from her mother’s house at the time and would have been across a major thoroughfare.
    Aaron Klein is Breitbart’s Jerusalem bureau chief and senior investigative reporter. He is a New York Times bestselling author and hosts the popular weekend talk radio program, Aaron Klein Investigative Radio. Follow him on Twitter @AaronKleinShow. Follow him on Facebook.
    Written with research by Joshua Klein.

  • Ian Mangham
    Ian Mangham Year ago +2

    FUCKIN CREEP

  • Bob jones
    Bob jones Year ago +3

    I wonder what body part Charlie grabbed of hers

    • southlondon86
      southlondon86 Year ago +1

      Sexual-assault-by-showing-movie... yeah that’s a new one right there.

    • Tricia Johansen
      Tricia Johansen Year ago

      He didn't care! She would have kicked his balls harder than she did in the movie!

  • jannie kletz
    jannie kletz Year ago +3

    One now wonders if the corporate/wall street elites Charlie promoted on his show were blackmailing him for his sexual misconduct.

    • mike husanj
      mike husanj Year ago

      jannie kletz nudity isn't it self sexual. we make it sexual

  • Steve Alred
    Steve Alred Year ago +18

    One of my favorite actors ever since Fargo.

  • I Had A Bad Day
    I Had A Bad Day Year ago

    I wonder if Charlie Raped him?

  • Phil Mitchell
    Phil Mitchell Year ago +1

    RAPIST LIBTARD SCUM!

    • mike husanj
      mike husanj Year ago

      Phil Mitchell do!you! even! know! what! he's! being! accused! of! your just falling for media driven emotions

    • EuphoniaPooch
      EuphoniaPooch Year ago

      Dennis Hastert: GOP paedophile

  • DAT TAPE
    DAT TAPE Year ago

    what a pervert?

  • David Marks
    David Marks Year ago +3

    Ah. The last Charlie Rose upload to TVclip and good riddance to him and his weak show. I never understood why PBS gave so much airtime to someone who was always barely prepared and asked the most banal questions.

    • atletico ATM
      atletico ATM Year ago +1

      He was actually a good interviewer.

    • David Marks
      David Marks Year ago

      Wow. Posting another business as usual video shows how tone deaf they are. Almost as tone deaf as Charlie claiming that he thought he had "pursued shared feelings" with these women. Because what 21 year old female intern would want to see a naked 70+ year old man?

    • Mohamed Redha
      Mohamed Redha Year ago +1

      David Marks He just uploaded another video

  • Don
    Don Year ago +4

    Hopefully PBS will replace Charlie with somebody who isn't an egomaniac and who will let a guest talk without constantly interrupting them.

  • Vicki Emanuel
    Vicki Emanuel Year ago

    he's gone on a paid vacation this is voluntarily sacrificing contribution to his master. It was decided when he was at Bohemian Grove this past summer that he would go on the list of humiliation ritual in order to push an agenda. Which is to not discuss children. I distraction. Do not discuss children being raped tortured and murdered. And of course the Corey Feldman. On a different level in Hollywood.

  • Sweet Lil Devil
    Sweet Lil Devil Year ago +2

    TVclip! Please remove Charlie Rose's channel! He is a rapist!

    • Peighter
      Peighter Year ago

      Vinny H. Relax

    • Carlos
      Carlos Year ago

      N P I don't get it. These people are awful so we should erase their few contributions to humanity from existence? That doesn't help anyone. That's just hate-fueled thinking.

    • Sweet Lil Devil
      Sweet Lil Devil Year ago

      Carlos - YES! Just like the "legacies" of slave owning leaders like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson need to be removed! They at least need to include a warning that Charlie Rose is a sexual predator at the beginning of his videos just like they NOW include on the historical figures who owned slaves!

    • Vincent H.
      Vincent H. Year ago

      Toby Mcinnis no it was directed at the dumb momo above you

    • Carlos
      Carlos Year ago

      N P If he commited sexual assault he should face the law since that's a crime, but why should his interviews be removed? Lots of people worked on them and they are valuable pieces of journalism. Should all the great interviews he's done be erased because he's (allegedly) done some awful stuff in his personal life? Of course not.

  • kb csDJvno \]][,.
    kb csDJvno \]][,. Year ago +1

    THIS JUST IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    "Geriatric Jizz" Charlie Rose suspended by PBS!!!!!
    American taxpayers breathe a sigh of relief...

    • mike husanj
      mike husanj Year ago

      Sphagnum P. I. how do think think all.these false accusations will effect the male vote especially for female politicians

  • Richard D
    Richard D Year ago +6

    Charlie rose, yet another liberal pervert.....

    • Star Child skull
      Star Child skull Year ago

      Richard D how you know . because woman can't lie

    • EuphoniaPooch
      EuphoniaPooch Year ago +5

      Boy, have you ever heard of DENNIS HASTERT? Is that the kind of republican you are?

  • kb csDJvno \]][,.
    kb csDJvno \]][,. Year ago +2

    FUCKTARD LEFTIST WHO PULLS DOWN TWO SALARIES (CBS and PBS), ONE FUNDED BY THE TAXPAYER, BURIED UNDER AN AVALANCHE OF HIS OWN SHIT!
    CBS Newsman Charlie Rose Accused By Eight Women Of ‘Unwanted Sexual Advances’: Report
    by Jeremy Gerard
    November 20, 2017 2:25pm
    deadline.com/2017/11/charlie-rose-unwanted-sexual-advances-report-1202212678/
    CBS This Morning co-anchor Charlie Rose today became the latest high-profile media personality to be accused of sexual harassment, according to a report in the Washington Post. Rose also offered an apology for his behavior. The Post reported,
    “Eight women have told The Washington Post that longtime television host Charlie Rose made unwanted sexual advances toward them, including lewd phone calls, walking around naked in their presence, or groping their breasts, buttocks or genital areas.
    “The women were employees or aspired to work for Rose at the Charlie Rose show from the late 1990s to as recently as 2011. They ranged in age from 21 to 37 at the time of the alleged encounters. Rose, 75, whose show airs on PBS, also co-hosts “CBS This Morning” and is a contributing correspondent for “60 Minutes.”
    There are striking commonalities in the accounts of the women, each of whom described their interactions with Rose in multiple interviews with The Post. For all of the women, reporters interviewed friends, colleagues or family members who said the women had confided in them about aspects of the incidents. Three of the eight spoke on the record.”
    In response, according to the Post, Rose said,
    “In my 45 years in journalism, I have prided myself on being an advocate for the careers of the women with whom I have worked. Nevertheless, in the past few days, claims have been made about my behavior toward some former female colleagues.
    “It is essential that these women know I hear them and that I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior. I am greatly embarrassed. I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate. I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken.
    “I have learned a great deal as a result of these events, and I hope others will too. All of us, including me, are coming to a newer and deeper recognition of the pain caused by conduct in the past, and have come to a profound new respect for women and their lives.”
    Earlier today, The New York Times announced that it was suspending Glenn Thrush, a top reporter in its Washington bureau, in the wake of a allegations of sexual harassment in a report on Vox media. The paper also said that Thrush would be entering a facility to treat substance abuse.
    The Washington Post story about Rose is the latest in a wave of accusations of sexual harassment leveled against well-known figures in media and entertainment that began with the Times’ exposé of producer Harvey Weinstein. The reports, many of them with on-the-record testimony, have emboldened more victims to come forward. The Post quotes Reah Bravo, an intern and then associate producer for Rose’s PBS show beginning in 2007. Bravo described “unwanted sexual advances while working for Rose at his private waterfront estate in Bellport, N.Y., and while traveling with him in cars, in a hotel suite and on a private plane.
    “ ‘It has taken 10 years and a fierce moment of cultural reckoning for me to understand these moments for what they were,’ she told The Post. ‘He was a sexual predator, and I was his victim.’ ”
    One element of the story that was common to many of the recent reports was that “rumors about Rose’s behavior have circulated for years,” The Post reported. “One of the authors of this report, Outlook contributing writer Irin Carmon, first heard and attempted to report on the allegations involving two of the women while she was a journalist at Jezebel in 2010 but was unable to confirm them. In the past several weeks in the wake of accusations against Harvey Weinstein, Carmon and Post investigative reporter Amy Brittain jointly began contacting dozens of men and women who had worked on the “Charlie Rose” show or interviewed for jobs there.”
    Rose was hired by CBS in 2011 in a revamping of its morning news program. Since then, he has also contributed stories to 60 Minutes. Neither CBS nor PBS has commented on the story at this time.
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  • kb csDJvno \]][,.
    kb csDJvno \]][,. Year ago +2

    THE LEFTIST MORAL LOW GROUND!
    Eight women say Charlie Rose sexually harassed them - with nudity, groping and lewd calls
    By Irin Carmon and Amy Brittain November 20 2017 at 4:43 PM
    www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/eight-women-say-charlie-rose-sexually-harassed-them--with-nudity-groping-and-lewd-calls/2017/11/20/9b168de8-caec-11e7-8321-481fd63f174d_story.html?utm_term=.e5b336ab6020

    • Dave K
      Dave K 3 months ago

      @EuphoniaPooch Bill Clinton---pedophile...his name is on the flight logs of convicted peodphile Jeffrey Epstein's private plane, which he used to fly to an isolated island to have sex with underage girls...........................

    • EuphoniaPooch
      EuphoniaPooch Year ago +2

      Not to mention Dennis Hastert. A PEDOPHILE. Conservatives are 100% morally bankrupt greed demons with no value for life or interest in the well being of the United States. They are whores for CASH and don't let them tell you different. LIARS and HYPOCRITES when they're not closet cases and pedophiles

    • kb csDJvno \]][,.
      kb csDJvno \]][,. Year ago +1

      1. He is a leftist. As one example, I refer you to the debate between Cunt-Grabber Charlie and arch-comedian Bill Maher entitled "Bill Maher schools Charlie Rose on Christianity vs. Islam" September 2014
      www.mrc.org/biasalerts/bill-maher-schools-pbs-host-charlie-rose-over-islams-illiberal-beliefs
      2. Look up your own links on Trump, Ailes, O'Reilly etc.
      I remind you of the fact that Roy Moore has gotten 40X more coverage than pedo, rapist, and racketeer Bob Menendez (source: Jennifer Harper - The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 14, 2017).
      You'll have no trouble.

    • Don
      Don Year ago +2

      Charlie Rose is a corporate tool, not a leftist. Could you post links to the sexual harassment stories on Trump, Ailes and O'Reilly?

  • Fortzon
    Fortzon Year ago

    I hope the allegations turn out to be false.

    • Fortzon
      Fortzon Year ago

      Don where? The situation changes pretty fast and there weren't any comments from him at the time of my comment.

    • Don
      Don Year ago +1

      He's apologized and admitted them, claims he thought all those young women wanted it. He's finished. Good riddance, the guy has a massive ego, wouldn't shut up and wouldn't ever ask a tough question.

  • siddharth nagar
    siddharth nagar Year ago +10

    I better hope she's getting a 2nd Oscar

  • Martin Murphy
    Martin Murphy Year ago

    major interlacing on this vid

  • Justin Bailey
    Justin Bailey Year ago

    Ya? Ya.

  • tanya lowe
    tanya lowe Year ago +26

    Frances is brilliant, as is Sam and Martin

  • Will Steele
    Will Steele Year ago +9

    What a great movie.

  • Vinky
    Vinky Year ago +31

    LOVE LOVE Frances McDormand and Sam Rockwell.

  • mike wood
    mike wood Year ago +9

    She’s so American

    • F T
      F T Year ago +1

      In that case : Frances Mcdormand is an excellent example of all the GOOD & POSITIVES of being "so AMERICAN" -- she is a WONDERFUL & Lovely AMERICAN -- we are all SO PROUD of her.

    • DontbeaDogsbody
      DontbeaDogsbody Year ago +1

      The Mad Stork What does that mean? “So American” in what sense?

  • Dennis R. Levesque

    Why has the intro been edited out? Who's Frances McDormand? What's "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."? I'm not interested in Joe Blow's ramblings about something I've never heard of.

    • Dennis R. Levesque
      Dennis R. Levesque Year ago

      To Thomas Headley : Charlie has an introduction to every interview. It was edited out. Why would anyone do that? I watched Charlie regularly on PBS and never had a problem. His intros were always good. Why leave them out? My idea would be to not edit out what was already there. That's not so hard. So again I ask, Why has the intro been edited out?

    • Thomas Headley
      Thomas Headley Year ago

      Trying to educate low knowledge individuals is always a challenge. Nonetheless a worthy sojourn that enlightens the world. Let's hear an idea.

    • Dennis R. Levesque
      Dennis R. Levesque Year ago

      To Thomas Headley : Are you trying to say something? Trying to find meaning in life? If you have nothing better to do, I have lots of ideas. I don't want you to waste your life away.

    • Thomas Headley
      Thomas Headley Year ago

      Excellent! No need to reply either.

    • Dennis R. Levesque
      Dennis R. Levesque Year ago

      To EuphoniaPooch : I have a better idea. I'll just stop watching them.

  • Faisal Roqi
    Faisal Roqi Year ago +44

    She's lovely creature

  • Auriel Whitehawk
    Auriel Whitehawk Year ago +92

    Looks closer to 40 than 60!

    • Will Rucker
      Will Rucker Year ago +5

      Oh for sure! Frances looks absolutely beautiful for her age. All I was saying is she definitely doesn't look like she's 40.

    • Mismatchman
      Mismatchman Year ago

      i know 40 year old women that looks worse than her. her face didn't necessarily age that greatly but in general she looks really healthy. i'm also glad she stayed natural

    • Will Rucker
      Will Rucker Year ago +5

      Hmm. She very much looks 60 to me haha.

  • Jeremy B
    Jeremy B Year ago +52

    Loved her since Fargo and Sam Rockwell