“I Was Ashamed”: Kid Cudi Opens Up About Why He Kept His Depression From Loved Ones On “Red Table Talk”

Kid Cudi is again taking a moment to talk about his battle with depression, one that he says he kept hidden from those close to him.

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Bernardo Bertolucci Filmed Paradise and Then Kept Spoiling It, Usually With Sex

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Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Nov. 26 at the age of 77,was a problematic movie maker. There’s a lot right with nearly every one of his films. But there’s also always something wrong. There’s no denying the beauty of the purple twilight skies juxtaposed against the moon, streetlamps, and cityscapes that recur throughout his films. Every film of his, for that matter, has something gorgeous to look at. The world is simply a more beautiful place in Bertolucci movies. And then he goes and spoils all that somehow. Every time, and usually with sex.

Luna explores incest, Last Tango in Paris deals with rape, despair and power. In Stealing Beauty, Liv Tyler’s virginity is up for grabs. The Last Emperor has a child leaving his wet nurse for his empress and consort in a preteen menage a trois bubble wrapped in historical authenticity.

There is one notable exception: The Conformist. His most stylized and captivating film, it refuses to unfold in formulaic fashion. Its flashbacks and anachronistic time shifting make for a simmering noir nail-biter. And the sexuality is less overt—and a little less twisted—than in Bertolucci’s later films, even though it plays a preternatural part in title character Marcello Clerici’s (Jean-Louis Trintignant) preoccupations and confusion in his desire to be a normal man, as well as a somewhat freewheeling, wannabe fascist (the story is set in 30s and 40s Italy, so normal and fascist are not antithetical).

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Bernardo Bertolucci Filmed Paradise and Then Kept Spoiling It, Usually With Sex

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Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Nov. 26 at the age of 77,was a problematic movie maker. There’s a lot right with nearly every one of his films. But there’s also always something wrong. There’s no denying the beauty of the purple twilight skies juxtaposed against the moon, streetlamps, and cityscapes that recur throughout his films. Every film of his, for that matter, has something gorgeous to look at. The world is simply a more beautiful place in Bertolucci movies. And then he goes and spoils all that somehow. Every time, and usually with sex.

Luna explores incest, Last Tango in Paris deals with rape, despair and power. In Stealing Beauty, Liv Tyler’s virginity is up for grabs. The Last Emperor has a child leaving his wet nurse for his empress and consort in a preteen menage a trois bubble wrapped in historical authenticity.

There is one notable exception: The Conformist. His most stylized and captivating film, it refuses to unfold in formulaic fashion. Its flashbacks and anachronistic time shifting make for a simmering noir nail-biter. And the sexuality is less overt—and a little less twisted—than in Bertolucci’s later films, even though it plays a preternatural part in title character Marcello Clerici’s (Jean-Louis Trintignant) preoccupations and confusion in his desire to be a normal man, as well as a somewhat freewheeling, wannabe fascist (the story is set in 30s and 40s Italy, so normal and fascist are not antithetical).

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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