When Che Guevera was shot dead by Bolivian troops in 1967 his body was photographed, complete with gleeful
officers poking his chest, to show South American guerillas everywhere that their leader was dead and they might as well pack it in.
It could also be seen as a low-tech take on Andrea Zirrel's experiments with self-contained living quarters, the early antics of Matthew Barney, or, in its boyish communal spirit and gleeful
use of castoffs, those of impish Austrian quarter Gelatin.
That's the gleeful
gist of Mark Hoy's messy but mirthful documentary.
As a result, the calls for his resignation at this point--such as those printed in the discredited New York Post with such gleeful
righteousness--seem to support Hillary Rodham Clinton's suggestion of a political conspiracy.
Leaving a gleeful
Frank to enjoy his moment in the limelight.
It isn't so much Mick's gleeful
desecration of female flesh - practically all the movies in this genre revel in such perversion now - as the fact that Liz and Kristy turn dog stupid in the face of his depredations.
The moment is perfect for reconsidering Robert Watts, who never made a clear distinction between the ephemeral provocations of Fluxus and the gleeful
satires of Pop.
At the 1995 P-town retreat, Burton greets the oldest group member, 95-year-old Ruth Ellis, with a gleeful
"You made me a baby dyke
In Afternoon of the Fauns, one of three premieres on his program, Mark Dendy unleashed a gleeful
, galloping tribute to Nijinsky.
lawyers are circling, counting the money they'll make from the split.
He claims to stand up for the weak but watched in gleeful
silence as Pete Burns launched an unprovoked attack on Traci Bingham, calling her a bitch and a whore.
In a nutshell: The gleeful
perversity of Roald Dahl's children's book is emphasized, and it's a perfect fit with Burton's twisted artistry and Depp's cackling, demented portrayal of Willy Wonka.