“That’s the million dollar question. I don’t know,” Oakley said. “Right now, we’re trying to get closure. Pennsylvania was the first to pass such a law, and many other states followed its lead. Pennsylvania remains the only state with a Garb Law as every other state has since rescinded theirs. Future Pennsylvania legislative and judicial challenges are expected..
None of these possibilities is likely to lead to a startling payoff, but the movie is reasonably diverting until its predictable (and predictably misogynistic) outcome. Isaac offers an intense and literally pumped up variation on his customary role as the super confident, highly motivated outsider. The waifish Gleeson flickers believably between arrogance and self doubt.
Had to attack [another character] and Marta had to pull me off [them] and she just said this line, off script, need you to do this with me and I don really remember what happened, I just lost it bawling, hyperventilating and [director] Peter said it. We did it in one take it was five minutes of the whole shoot and the coolest moment of my whole life, really. I just going to keep doing what I do and trust that.
“The ‘Three Cs’ are a much more pragmatic approach and very effective, while having a similar effect.”Japan’s Three Cs messaging evolved out of its novel approach to containing the coronavirus. While much of the rest of the world has relied on testing, tracing and isolation, Japan focused instead on identifying so called “clusters” groups of infections from a single location and determining their common characteristics.As Science recently reported, the country “found that most clusters originated in gyms, pubs, live music venues, karaoke rooms, and similar establishments where people gather, eat and drink, chat, sing, and work out or dance, rubbing shoulders for relatively extended periods of time. They also concluded that most of the primary cases that touched off large clusters were either asymptomatic or had very mild symptoms,” which means that even widespread testing would miss them.Hence the need for a more sustainable, targeted strategy one that now seems ideally suited to a post lockdown world.The other big lesson from Japan is that masks work.