Michel Gondry and his Rubik’s Cube

May 16, 2007 at 4:18 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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Just two Youtube videos today: Frenchman Michel Gondry, director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Science of Sleep, really is a jack of all trades: He can solve a Rubik’s cube with both his feet and his nose:

How did he do it? It’s too simple too explain it to you. Just watch carefully – one of the oldest tricks in the film business. The nose thing is a bit more difficult to emulate:

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  1. Ah, nose gremlins–the oldest trick in the book. They occur naturally in denizens of temperate climes, for example in the good inhabitants of mid-Atlantic states like Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. How Gondry got his gremlin–that’s a good question.

  2. :-)))))))))))))

    Nose gremlin seems to be a *relatively* frequent collocation: http://www.google.at/search?q=%22nose+gremlin%22

    A bit of folklore on the side: In Austria, Nasenmann (noseman) is the common term for booger.


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