The strikers outside the Hotel Maria Cristina in San Sebastian were in socialist heaven - the sun was shining and the stars in town for the film festival were having to make their own beds while the chambermaids outside feasted on trays of homemade pintxos, Basque tapas, and drank from flagons of fizzy txakoli brought to them by their supporters. A samba beat was being hammered out on the picnic tables of the picket line and rumours were flying that Sean Penn was about to join them in solidarity with their protest at not being paid the agreed national wage increase by the hotel's new American owners. One of the strikers spotted Peter Dinklage standing on the steps of the hotel, nonchalantly puffing on a cigarette. The striker had clearly been among the audience the night before that had given The Station Agent, and Dinklage's performance in particular, a four-minute standing ovation.
Little Beaver These are the men who became heroes of the ring as Midget Wrestlers during the s and s. Out of traveling carnivals, circus acts and sheer ambition, these wrestlers started a sport that was followed by hundreds of thousands across America, Canada and England. The best wrestlers Sky Low Low, Little Beaver, Lord Littlebrook, Little Tokyo mixed great physical prowess with acrobatic skills to give their fans edge-of-the-seat thrills and entertainment, with just a hint of comedy. Wrestlers fell in two categories—the goodies and the baddies, who would either seek the cheers or loud disapprobation of the audience by skill or pantomime cheating.
Cara, sou seu fã, te amo! Você é um magrinho delicioso, tem um pau que com certeza preencheria meu vazio(hehehe), cacetão maravilhoso, amo suas performances nos filmes, te acho um gatão, casaria com você, beijos na sua boca e na sua pirocona deliciosa, te amo!