Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The Web 2.0 Wayback Machine:: Do You Know Who This Is?

Leftist activist who had a few teeth knocked out during a clash with police at a protest at Queen's Park. She was appointed to David Miller's transition team in 2003. Native of the GTA. Has turned down and quit TV & film projects based on principles.

Who is this & which show is this clip from? It's from late 1996.

If you haven't gotten it by now, here's a hint in the form of a film quote from a project she was in::
"As you see her, two years later, I wonder if you realize something. I wonder if you understand that all of us - Dolores, me, the children who survived, the children who didn't - that we're all citizens of a different town now. A place with its own special rules and its own special laws. A town of people living in the sweet hereafter."
Click on the image {above} to play clip. From the CBC Archives. CBC show clip is from.

Twitterversion:: Web2.0 wayback machine w/clip from #CBCArchives. Who is this & which show is this from? http://url.ie/23on #Rhizomicomm #Toronto #Canada @Prof_K

Song:: Young Galaxy- "Come & See" {Montréal, QC}

4 comments:

linnyqat said...

This one's easy! Sarah Polley. You should have posted a pic of her from Baron Münchausen!

I didn't cheat this time.

linnyqat said...

HA! She's being interviewed by J-Roc!!! I thought the background looked like a daytime talk show. Forgot all about Jonovision.

Kenneth M. Kambara said...

Nah, I wanted a vidcap from the show. Speaking of which, what's the CBC show?

Kenneth M. Kambara said...

There you go. YouknowwhatI'msayin'? Peace!