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“His reign at Newcastle – which includes allegations that he had a particularly loathsome away shirt designed just to get his own back on truculent fans – calls to mind the Atlético Madrid owner Jesús Gil y Gil's famous remark about the Real Madrid striker Hugo Sánchez: "He is about as welcome in this city as a piranha fish in a bidet.”
“Mr. Gil's deputy in Mexico, Carlos Canino, called the operation "the perfect storm of idiocy," according to the lawmakers' report.”
“I, like many, believe that Gil's behavior is not induced by any bad intent, just constant stupidity.”
“When Gil's ready, he'll come back and get his legs under him.”
“For a grittily entertaining and thoughtful example of just how good a western can be, look no further than Mateo Gil's accomplished Blackthorn, an outlaw tale that is at once exciting and elegiac, elegant and earthy.”
“Part of that has to do with Gil's vision, fleshed out by the ravishing Bolivian locations where he filmed.”
“Gil's presence is readily accepted by Adrien Brody's Salvador, as well as by Salvador's friends, Man and Luis; they see no problem with someone living in two worlds because they're surrealists.”
“Once Gil joins the revels, his tipsy befuddlement escalates to the innocent astonishment that Mr. Wilson has done so well in the past, and does superlatively in Gil's present, which is interwoven with the fabled past of the Ville-Lumière.”
“Paul dismisses Gil's nostalgia for a Paris that no longer exists as nothing but denial of the painful present.”
“The magical moment of that achingly lyrical fantasy comes when Gil's character, an intrepid archaeologist, steps out of the screen and into Mia Farrow's grim, Depression-era life.”
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