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Description: Simplify the bench plane for a better easier finish. Well-known hand software expert Christopher Schwarz has found a method to simplify the convoluted bench plane system so you can think for yourself when it comes to these tools. While bench planes are the most fundamental handplanes in your shop, they also are the most vexing. Ask two woodworkers how to choose, set up and test your bench planes and you’ll receive three answers.
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Myself and my whole family have been in the movie business for generations, and I found Caesar's Park to be so fascinating, I watched it twice in a row, which tells a lot! In the beginning of the movie, Ms. Price states that she wants to meet some of the neighbors in her fresh home of Caesar's Park, and she does that -- and more -- without ever being condescending, no matter what the situation. It is an intimate movie done in such a method that I felt Ms. Price has a special compassion, and knack for putting herself in her topics shoes (a quality that I search several have) -- how else should she achieve the task of getting them to relax and present their real colors, as they so obviously did? The affection and respect she felt for her topics was very clear in the method she conducted her interviews and presented her movie, and as a viewer, I felt it was infectious. By the end of Caesar's Park I felt I had gotten to know every and each one of those neighbors, and I wanted to see them again and again. I highly suggest this documentary.
I never had nice interests in watching documentaries because they everytime made me fell asleep. The doc filmmakers everytime throw in too much than not enough, and that may serve the purpose of documentaries but lose the aesthetic side of it. "Caeser's Park" place in a relatively tiny amount of visible content/ stories, along with the humor and invisible neighbor interactions, makes this film true and alive. It expands the dimensions of conventional documentaries without fancy tricks, and I appreciate the craft behind this film.
Caesar's Park was very interesting - but it felt more like an episode of COPS without the violence than a documentary. There was not much of a mission to the entire thing as the filmmaker originally set out to document a tiny park in a working-class section of Milwaukee and instead said the storyline of a tiny group of neighbors. The feeling of the movie was that Price thought of the folks as lower class, unambitious dullards as she spent her whole life travelling the globe prior to making the film. It was interesting to watch - much like an accident on the freeway is an interesting gawk. I was left with the feeling that the director was a snob and was making fun of her subjects. The storyline is the hard-working middle class folks - the storyline is how Sarah Price and the media has convinced us that unless you are one of the "pretty people" you are an oddity. It is a sad, non-film.
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