A film director is a person who directs the making of a film. Generally, a film director controls a films artistic and dramatic aspects, the director has a key role in choosing the cast members, production design, and the creative aspects of filmmaking. Under European Union law, the director is viewed as the author of the film, the film director gives direction to the cast and crew and creates an overall vision through which a film eventually becomes realized, or noticed. Directors need to be able to mediate differences in creative visions, there are many pathways to becoming a film director. Some film directors started as screenwriters, film editors or actors, other film directors have attended a film school. Some outline a general plotline and let the actors dialogue, while others control every aspect. Some directors write their own screenplays or collaborate on screenplays with long-standing writing partners, some directors edit or appear in their films, or compose the music score for their films.
Film directors create a vision through which a film eventually becomes realized/noticed. Realizing this vision includes overseeing the artistic and technical elements of production, as well as directing the shooting timetable. This entails organizing the crew in such a way as to achieve their vision of the film. This requires skills of leadership, as well as the ability to maintain a singular focus even in the stressful. Moreover, it is necessary to have an eye to frame shots and to give precise feedback to cast and crew, thus. Thus the director ensures that all involved in the film production are working towards an identical vision for the completed film. The set of varying challenges he or she has to tackle has been described as a jigsaw puzzle with egos. It adds to the pressure that the success of a film can influence when, omnipresent are the boundaries of the films budget. Additionally, the director may have to ensure an intended age rating, the position of film director is widely considered to be a highly stressful and demanding one.
It has been said that 20-hour days are not unusual, under European Union law, the film director is considered the author or one of the authors of a film, largely as a result of the influence of auteur theory. Auteur theory is a film criticism concept that holds that a directors film reflects the directors personal creative vision
Keith David Williams, known professionally as Keith David, is an American film and television, voice actor, and singer. He is known for his role as Childs alongside Kurt Russell in John Carpenters The Thing. He has acted in mainstream films, such as Crash, Theres Something About Mary, Barbershop. David last starred as Elroy Patashnik in the season of the comedy series. In 2016, he began starring as Bishop James Greenleaf in the Oprah Winfrey Network drama series and his Emmy Award-winning voice-over career includes work as the narrator of numerous Ken Burns films such as The War. David was born in Harlem and raised in Corona and his mother, was a manager at New York Telephone, and his father, Lester Williams, worked as a director of payroll operations. He initially intended to become an actor playing the Cowardly Lion in a school production of The Wizard of Oz. He attended the Juilliard Schools Drama Division where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1979, in 1980–81, David honed his craft touring the country with John Housemans The Acting Company in productions of A Midsummer Nights Dream and Samuel Becketts Waiting for Godot.
Less than two years later, he went on to star as Childs, opposite Kurt Russell in John Carpenters The Thing, in the 1980s run of Mister Rogers Neighborhood, he portrayed Keith the Southwood Carpenter in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe segments. He played Keith, the coin collector in an episode where Rogers. He went on to appear in such as Oliver Stones Platoon, The Quick and the Dead, They Live, Men at Work, Marked for Death. He played Kirby in the 1995 film Dead Presidents, and he appeared in the 1995 Spike Lees film Clockers and he portrayed Father in the romantic comedy action film Mr. and Mrs. Smith. At the same time, he has appeared in independent films including the critically acclaimed Requiem for a Dream. He has appeared extensively in television productions since the 1980s and he was a regular on another shoot made for ABC entitled The Big House in 2004. David portrayed Detective Jim Crenshaw in the 2010 horror film Chain Letter, in 2010, David was cast as Max Malini for the NBC television series The Cape.
On April 18,2011, Keith appeared in the 21st episode of one of Hawaii Five-0 as criminal tycoon Jimmy Cannon. In 2012, he appeared in the horror film Smiley and the science-fiction drama Cloud Atlas, in 2013, David appeared in the controversial drama Boiling Pot which is based on true events of racism. In 2014, David portrayed Command Sergeant Major Donald Cody in the Fox comedy series Enlisted, in 2014, David was cast as Elroy Patashnik in the sixth season of the sitcom Community
Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is a federal republic in the southern half of North America. It is bordered to the north by the United States, to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean, to the southeast by Guatemala and the Caribbean Sea, and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Covering almost two million square kilometers, Mexico is the sixth largest country in the Americas by total area, Mexico is a federation comprising 31 states and a federal district that is its capital and most populous city. Other metropolises include Guadalajara, Puebla, Tijuana, pre-Columbian Mexico was home to many advanced Mesoamerican civilizations, such as the Olmec, Teotihuacan, Zapotec and Aztec before first contact with Europeans. In 1521, the Spanish Empire conquered and colonized the territory from its base in Mexico-Tenochtitlan, Three centuries later, this territory became Mexico following recognition in 1821 after the colonys Mexican War of Independence. The tumultuous post-independence period was characterized by instability and many political changes.
The Mexican–American War led to the cession of the extensive northern borderlands, one-third of its territory. The Pastry War, the Franco-Mexican War, a civil war, the dictatorship was overthrown in the Mexican Revolution of 1910, which culminated with the promulgation of the 1917 Constitution and the emergence of the countrys current political system. Mexico has the fifteenth largest nominal GDP and the eleventh largest by purchasing power parity, the Mexican economy is strongly linked to those of its North American Free Trade Agreement partners, especially the United States. Mexico was the first Latin American member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and it is classified as an upper-middle income country by the World Bank and a newly industrialized country by several analysts. By 2050, Mexico could become the fifth or seventh largest economy. The country is considered both a power and middle power, and is often identified as an emerging global power. Due to its culture and history, Mexico ranks first in the Americas.
Mexico is a country, ranking fourth in the world by biodiversity. In 2015 it was the 9th most visited country in the world, Mexico is a member of the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the G8+5, the G20, the Uniting for Consensus and the Pacific Alliance. Mēxihco is the Nahuatl term for the heartland of the Aztec Empire, the Valley of Mexico, and its people, the Mexica and this became the future State of Mexico as a division of New Spain prior to independence. It is generally considered to be a toponym for the valley became the primary ethnonym for the Aztec Triple Alliance as a result. After New Spain won independence from Spain, representatives decided to name the new country after its capital and this was founded in 1524 on top of the ancient Mexica capital of Mexico-Tenochtitlan
Young Guns II
Young Guns II, Blaze of Glory is a 1990 American western film and a sequel to Young Guns. The second installment in the Young Guns film series and it stars Emilio Estevez, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Christian Slater, and features William Petersen as Pat Garrett. It was written and produced by John Fusco and directed by Geoff Murphy, the film, however, is told by Brushy Bill Roberts, a man who in the 1940s appeared claiming to be the real Billy the Kid. In 1950, attorney Charles Phalen is contacted by a man named Brushy Bill Roberts. Phalen asks if Bill has any proof that he is the famous outlaw, Brushy Bills story begins with the remaining Regulators having gone their separate ways. Billy has become part of a new gang with Arkansas Dave Rudabaugh, Billy meets with the new governor Lew Wallace who agrees to pardon Billy if he testifies against the Dolan-Murphy faction. Billy soon finds out that he was tricked into being arrested with no chance of testifying against his old enemies, after escaping, Billy along with the help of Rudabaugh and Garrett, pose as a lynch mob to spring Doc and Chavez from jail.
When the gang successfully escape Lincoln, Billy mentions the Mexican Blackbird, Garrett decides not to go with the gang and, open a boarding house. Garrett agrees and, forming a posse, begins his pursuit of the gang and the gang soon come to the town of White Oaks where they meet up with former companion, Jane Greathouse who runs a local bordello. Later that night, the lynch mob comes for the gang and are intent on a hanging. Deputy Carlisle tries to negotiate a deal, the Indian for a safe rideout, Billy refuses the offer and pushes the Deputy out the door, who is accidentally killed by the lynch mob. Garrett soon tracks Billy to the bordello, but is too late and his gang are continuously tracked by the posse, narrowly evading capture, but Tom is soon shot dead by Garrett. As they hideout, Billy admits that the Mexican Blackbird doesnt exist, it was just a pawn to get the gang back together and to keep riding. Doc is angered and tries to leave for home, but he is shot by one of Garretts men, Billy the Kid is soon brought back into Lincoln by Garrett and is sentenced to death by hanging.
He is visited by Jane Greathouse, who arranges to leave a pistol in an outhouse, Billy uses the pistol to kill two guards and escapes to Old Fort Sumner. By the time he arrives, Dave has abandoned the group to make his way to Mexico, during the night Garrett finds Billy unarmed. Billy asks Garrett to let him run to Mexico and tell the authorities that he killed him, Garrett declines because he believes Billy would not be able to resist coming back to the United States. Billy turns around, forcing Garrett to have to him in the back
Frank Theodore Ted Levine is an American actor. Levines father was of Russian Jewish descent and his mother had Welsh ancestry and he describes himself as a hillbilly Jew. He grew up in Oak Park, Illinois, in 1975, he enrolled at Marlboro College. He became a fixture in the Chicago theatre scene and joined the Remains Theatre which was co-founded by Gary Cole, after his stage experience, Levine began to devote most of his energy during the 1980s toward finding roles in film and television. After his breakout role in The Silence of the Lambs, there was a period where he was typecast in villainous roles, in the drama Georgia, he played Mare Winninghams husband, one of his most sympathetic roles. From 2002 to 2009, he co-starred as Captain Leland Stottlemeyer on USA Networks detective series Monk, Levine provided the voice of the supervillain Sinestro in Superman, The Animated Series, Static Shock, Justice League, and Justice League Unlimited. Levine appeared as a patriarch whose family takes a turn for the worse in the remake of The Hills Have Eyes, in 2010, he appeared as the warden of the island prison in Shutter Island, starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
In 2012, he appeared as Sheriff Bloom Towne in Deep Dark Canyon, alongside Spencer Treat Clark and Nick Eversman, who portray Sheriff Townes sons and Skylar, respectively. In 2013, he had a supporting role in the FX murder mystery series The Bridge as Lieutenant Hank Wade. In 2014 he portrayed General Underwood in the British-Finnish action film Big Game, in February 2017, Levine was cast in Jurassic World 2 for an unspecified role. Ted Levine at the Internet Movie Database Ted Levine at AllMovie
Marshal is a term used in several official titles in various branches of society. As marshals became trusted members of the courts of Medieval Europe, during the last few centuries, it has been used for elevated offices, such as in military rank and civilian law enforcement. Marshal is an ancient loanword from Old French, which in turn is borrowed from Old Frankish *marhskalk, being still evident in Middle Dutch maerscalc, marscal and it is cognate with Old High German mar-scalc id. modern German Marschall. It originally and literally meant horse servant, from Germanic *marha- horse and this horse servant origin is retained in the current French name for farrier, maréchal-ferrant. The late Roman and Byzantine title of comes stabuli was adopted as a Latin analogue, which has become the French connétable and, derived from the French, finally, in Byzantium a marshal with elevated authority, notably a borderlands military command, is known as an Exarch. In many countries, the rank of marshal, cf. field marshal, is the highest army rank, the equivalent navy rank is often admiral of the fleet.
Marshals are typically, but not exclusively, appointed only in wartime, in many countries, especially in Europe, the special symbol of a marshal is a baton, and their insignia often incorporate batons. In some countries, the marshal is used instead of general in the higher air force ranks. The four highest Royal Air Force ranks are marshal of the Royal Air Force, air marshal, air marshal. The five-star rank of marshal of the Air Force is used by some Commonwealth, in the French Army and most National Armies modeled upon the French system, maréchal des logis is a cavalry term equivalent to sergeant. Some historical rulers have used special marshal titles to reward certain subjects, though not strictly military ranks, these honorary titles have been exclusively bestowed upon successful military leaders, such as the famous grand marshal of Ayacucho Antonio José de Sucre. Most famous are the Marshals of France, not least under Napoléon I, in England during the First Barons War the title Marshal of the Army of God was bestowed upon Robert Fitzwalter by election.
Both the Soviet Union and Russia have army general as well as marshal in their rank system, the relationships between them is unresolved. Marshal of the Soviet Union Chief marshal of an arm was used in five Soviet military branches – the air force, armoured troops, engineer troops. Marshal of an arm was used in five Soviet military branches – the air force, armoured troops, engineer troops. Marshal of an arm is considered equivalent to the rank general of the army, which was used in the infantry. The function of the Marshal of the Court varies according to national tradition, the charge includes the honorary privilege as chief of the protocol to announce formally the arrival of VIP guests at audiences, state dinners, and conferences in the monarchs premises. This office was made hereditary in the high nobility, e. g. the English Earl Marshal
Dermot Mulroney is an American actor. Acting since the 1980s, he is known for his roles in the films Young Guns, Where the Day Takes You, My Best Friends Wedding, The Last Outlaw, About Schmidt, Mulroney played the main antagonist of NBCs Crisis, Francis Gibson. Mulroney was born in Alexandria, Virginia and he has a sister and three brothers, Conor and Sean. Moira formerly worked in the Philadelphia DAs office as an assistant district attorney, and at WXPN, an FM radio station in Philadelphia, but now works elsewhere in the non-profit industry. Some of Mulroneys ancestors emigrated from County Donegal and County Mayo in Ireland during the Irish Potato Famine, he is of seven eighths Irish, Mulroney attended Maury Elementary School and played cello in school and city youth orchestras, as well as acted in childrens community theater. Mulroney attended the Interlochen Arts Camp as a cellist and he attended T. C. Williams High School as well as Northwestern University in Evanston, where he was a member of the fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta.
Several of his performances have been in romantic comedy films. Mulroney has appeared in movies, including as the male lead in My Best Friends Wedding alongside Julia Roberts. He is probably best known for his roles as either an outlaw or gunman. Mulroney co-starred in the 1988 western Young Guns, for which he is possibly best known, in 1993 Mulroney played J. P, the boyfriend of star Maggie in Point of No Return. In 1994 he starred with Mickey Rourke in The Last Outlaw, Mulroney played the love interest of Madeleine Stowe in the western Bad Girls. In 2005, he played a male escort alongside Debra Messing in The Wedding Date and he was in the movie Abduction as Martin Price. Mulroney played Gavin Mitchell on the TV series and his character dated Rachel for one episode but they broke up when it became too complicated between them because of Ross. In 1993, he wrote the song Someone Elses Used Guitar for Peter Bogdanovichs The Thing Called Love, Mulroney had a cameo in the Joaquin Phoenix directed video Tired of Being Sorry for Balthazar Gettys band Ringside.
Mulroney is credited as a performer on the movie and for four other tunes. In 2007, Mulroney voiced Green Lantern Hal Jordan in the animated series The Batman in the season 5 episode Ring Toss and he occasionally reads stories on the WBEZ Chicago Public Radio. In 2012, Mulroney played the love interest of Zooey Deschanel, Russell, in 2013, he portrayed the title starring role in the psychotronic horror film The Rambler, which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. He starred alongside Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson, and Stefanie Scott in the 2015 horror sequel Insidious and he is the narrator of Legends & Lies executive produced by Bill OReilly for Fox News Channel
Philip Andre Rourke Jr. known professionally as Mickey Rourke, is an American actor and retired boxer, who has appeared primarily as a leading man in drama and thriller films. In 1991 Rourke, who had trained as a boxer in his years, left acting. In the 2008 film The Wrestler, Rourke portrayed a past-his-prime wrestler, and received a 2009 Golden Globe award, a BAFTA award, and a nomination for an Academy Award. Since then, Rourke has appeared in commercially successful films including the 2010 films Iron Man 2 and The Expendables. Philip Andre Rourke, Jr. was born in Schenectady, New York and his father was of Irish and German descent, and his mother had Scottish, French and German ancestry. He was raised Roman Catholic and still practices his faith and his father, an amateur body builder, left the family when Mickey was six years old. After his parents divorced, his mother married Eugene Addis, a Miami Beach police officer with five sons, and moved Rourke, his younger brother, there, he graduated from Miami Beach Senior High School in 1971.
He was supposed to graduate in 1970, but he had held back at 1st grade because he wasnt ready to move on at the time. During his teenage years, Rourke focused his attention mainly on sports and he took up self-defense training at the Boys Club of Miami. It was there that he learned boxing skills and decided on an amateur career, at age 12, Rourke won his first boxing match as a 112-pound flyweight, fighting some of his early matches under the name Phil Rourke. He continued his training at the famed 5th Street Gym, in Miami Beach. In 1969 Rourke, weighing 140 pounds, sparred with former World Welterweight Champion Luis Rodríguez, Rodriguez was the number one–rated middleweight boxer in the world and was training for his match with world champion Nino Benvenuti. Rourke claims to have received a concussion from his match with Rodriguez. At the 1971 Florida Golden Gloves, Rourke suffered another concussion in a boxing match, after being told by doctors to take a year off and rest, Rourke temporarily retired from the ring.
Rourkes amateur boxing record was 27 wins and 3 losses, in 1971, as a senior at Miami Beach Senior High School, Rourke had a small acting role in the Jay W. Jensen–directed school play The Serpent. However, Rourkes interests were geared to boxing, and he never appeared in any other school productions. Soon after he gave up boxing, a friend at the University of Miami told Rourke about a play he was directing, Deathwatch. Rourke got the part and immediately became enamored with acting, borrowing $400 from his sister, he went to New York and took private lessons with Actors Studio teacher Sandra Seacat
Cowboys and gunslingers typically wear Stetson hats, spurs, cowboy boots and buckskins. Other characters include Native Americans, lawmen, bounty hunters, mounted cavalry, Westerns often stress the harshness of the wilderness and frequently set the action in an arid, desolate landscape of deserts and mountains. Often, the vast landscape plays an important role, presenting a. mythic vision of the plains, specific settings include ranches, small frontier towns, saloons and isolated military forts of the Wild West. Many Westerns use a plot of depicting a crime, showing the pursuit of the wrongdoer, ending in revenge and retribution. The Western was the most popular Hollywood genre, from the early 20th century to the 1960s, Western films first became well-attended in the 1930s. John Fords landmark Western adventure Stagecoach became one of the biggest hits in 1939, Westerns were very popular throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Many of the most acclaimed Westerns were released during this time – including High Noon, The Searchers, the Western depicts a society organized around codes of honor and personal, direct or private justice–frontier justice–dispensed by gunfights.
These honor codes are played out through depictions of feuds or individuals seeking personal revenge or retribution against someone who has wronged them. The popular perception of the Western is a story that centers on the life of a semi-nomadic wanderer, a showdown or duel at high noon featuring two or more gunfighters is a stereotypical scene in the popular conception of Westerns. In some ways, such protagonists may be considered the descendants of the knight errant which stood at the center of earlier extensive genres such as the Arthurian Romances. And like knights errant, the heroes of Westerns frequently rescue damsels in distress, the wandering protagonists of Westerns share many characteristics with the ronin in modern Japanese culture. The Western typically takes these elements and uses them to tell simple morality tales, Westerns often stress the harshness and isolation of the wilderness and frequently set the action in an arid, desolate landscape. Apart from the wilderness, it is usually the saloon that emphasizes that this is the Wild West, it is the place to go for music, gambling, drinking and shooting.
The American Film Institute defines western films as those set in the American West that embodies the spirit, the struggle, the term Western, used to describe a narrative film genre, appears to have originated with a July 1912 article in Motion Picture World Magazine. Most of the characteristics of Western films were part of 19th century popular Western fiction and were firmly in place before film became an art form. Protagonists ride between dusty towns and cattle ranches on their trusty steeds, Western films were enormously popular in the silent film era. With the advent of sound in 1927-28, the major Hollywood studios rapidly abandoned Westerns, leaving the genre to smaller studios and these smaller organizations churned out countless low-budget features and serials in the 1930s. Released through United Artists, Stagecoach made John Wayne a mainstream star in the wake of a decade of headlining B westerns
The Quiet Earth (film)
It is loosely based on the 1981 science fiction novel of the same name by Craig Harrison. 5 July begins as a winter morning near Hamilton, New Zealand. At 6,12 a. m. the Sun darkens for a moment, Zac Hobson is a scientist working for Delenco, part of an international consortium working on Project Flashlight, an experiment to create a global energy grid. He awakens abruptly, when he turns on his radio, he is unable to receive any transmissions, Zac gets dressed and drives into the deserted city. Investigating a fire, he discovers the wreckage of a passenger jet and he enters his underground laboratory, a monitor displays the message Project Flashlight Complete. The mass disappearance seems to coincide with the moment Flashlight was activated and he notes on his tape recorder, Zac Hobson, July 5th. One, there has been a malfunction in Project Flashlight with devastating results, two, it seems I am the only person left on Earth. From this point onward, Zac refers to the crucial moment, after several days, his mental state begins to deteriorate.
He puts on a slip and alternates between exhilaration and despair. He assembles cardboard cutouts of famous people and addresses them from a balcony and he declares himself President of this Quiet Earth, goes on a rampage. He bursts into a church and shoots a statue of Jesus off a crucifix, after accidentally crushing an empty pram, he puts the barrel of a shotgun in his mouth, but changes his mind when he witnesses an explosion resulting from his destruction. He settles into a normal routine. One morning, a woman named Joanne appears. Zac is attracted to her, and after a few days together they have sex and they decide to scour the countryside for other survivors. They find a survivor, a large Māori man named Api. He had realized there were serious dangers with the experiment and was guilt-ridden for not speaking out, a love triangle develops, but Zac is more concerned about his observations, several universal physical constants are changing, causing the Suns output to fluctuate. Zac fears that The Effect will occur again and decides to destroy the Delenco facility in an attempt to stop it and he says that he will go to town to retrieve a remote control device that will allow them to send the truck into the facility.
While Zac is gone and Api have sex, Api tells Joanne that he will sacrifice himself by driving the truck, he doubts that Zacs device will be capable of controlling the vehicle
Steven Vincent Steve Buscemi is an American actor and film director. He is known for his appearances in films by the Coen brothers, Millers Crossing, Barton Fink, The Hudsucker Proxy, Fargo. Buscemi provides the voice of Randall Boggs in the Monsters, Inc. franchise and he made his directorial debut in 1996, with Trees Lounge, in which he starred. Other works include Animal Factory, Lonesome Jim and Interview and he has directed numerous episodes of TV shows, including Homicide, Life on the Street, The Sopranos, Oz,30 Rock, and Nurse Jackie. He currently hosts the Emmy Award-winning AOL On comedy talk-show Park Bench, Buscemi was born in Brooklyn, New York, to John Buscemi, a sanitation worker and Korean War veteran, and Dorothy, who worked as a host at Howard Johnsons. Buscemis father was of Italian descent, his ancestors were from the town of Menfi in Sicily, Buscemis mother was of Irish and Dutch ancestry. He has three brothers, Jon and Michael and he graduated in 1975 from Valley Stream Central High School in Nassau County, New York, a school which he attended with actress Patricia Charbonneau.
In high school, Buscemi wrestled for the varsity squad and participated in the drama troupe, Buscemis 1996 film Trees Lounge, in which he starred and served as screenwriter and director, is set in and was largely shot in his childhood village of Valley Stream. Buscemi briefly attended Nassau Community College before moving to Manhattan to enroll in the Lee Strasberg Institute, in 1980, Buscemi became a firefighter in New York City, after taking a civil service test in 1976 when he was 18. For four years, Buscemi served on FDNYs Engine Co.55 in Manhattans Little Italy, after 9/11, Buscemi returned to Engine 55 and for several days worked 12-hour shifts alongside other firefighters to sift through the rubble from the World Trade Center. In 2003, he gave a speech supporting higher wages for firefighters at a union rally, in 2014, he was appointed as an Honorary Battalion Chief of the FDNY. His film debut was the 1985 No Wave Cinema film The Way it Is, other early films include Parting Glances in 1986, Slaves of New York in 1988, and Tales from the Darkside, a 1990 film with three segments.
Buscemi starred in the first segment, playing Bellingham, a student who orders a mummy and unleashes it on fellow college students played by Christian Slater. In 1990, Buscemi had a couple of additional crime roles and he played the henchman of Laurence Fishburne named Test Tube in Abel Ferraras King of New York. He played Mink in the Coen Brothers Millers Crossing, although he had to audition twice for this role, it marked the first of five of the Coen Brothers films in which Buscemi appeared. In 1991, he played the bellboy, Chet, in the Coen Brothers film and his first lead role was in 1992, when he played Adolpho Rollo in Alexandre Rockwells In the Soup. Then he came to attention for playing Mr. Pink in Quentin Tarantinos 1992 film, Reservoir Dogs. He appeared in Tarantinos next film, Pulp Fiction, in which he acts as a waiter at the 1950s themed restaurant which Mrs. Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega attend