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February 5, 2013 8:41 AM   Subscribe

For Your Consideration - Anne Hathaway (Emma Fitzpatrick) reminds the Academy to think of her on Oscar night via the magic of song.
posted by The Whelk (83 comments total) 5 users marked this as a favorite

 
The Hathaway backlash has been most delicious. Don't get me wrong, I'm a total sucker for her, but it's still enjoyable.
posted by Think_Long at 8:45 AM on February 5, 2013


I never really understood the backlash. She's fantastic. Why don't people like her?
posted by mochapickle at 8:49 AM on February 5, 2013


Why don't people like her?

She's like the movie star version of Rachel from Glee.
posted by lalex at 8:50 AM on February 5, 2013 [4 favorites]


What backlash? I thought this was pretty affectionate, the joke being ...yeah she's gonna win cause Les Mis is going to win all of the Oscars, even in categories it's not nominated in, cause if you built a machine to create objects academy voters like it would pretty much spit out this movie.

post inspired by this MetaTalk thread of Les Mis parodies
posted by The Whelk at 8:51 AM on February 5, 2013 [2 favorites]


Can't watch, would explode.
posted by seanmpuckett at 8:53 AM on February 5, 2013


She's fantastic. Why don't people like her?

Are you serious? I couldn't make it half way through that. "I did it all in one take, bitches!" Good Christ, have some class.
posted by dobbs at 8:54 AM on February 5, 2013


She's like the movie star version of Rachel from Glee.

... Bossy, demanding all the solos and attention for herself when everyone else is equally or more talented, appropriative of other minority groups' cultures and really really irritating? ... I'm sorry, did we get Anne Hathaway mixed with someone else?
posted by FritoKAL at 8:54 AM on February 5, 2013 [4 favorites]


I actually saw this on the TV last week. Not a complaint, just that it's been a while since my first exposure to something interesting and viral/meme-ish like this was TV instead of the internet (esp. MetaFilter).

As to the parody, I too feel it is done affectionately.
posted by Mister_A at 8:55 AM on February 5, 2013


Are you serious? I couldn't make it half way through that. "I did it all in one take, bitches!" Good Christ, have some class.

Um....

Wait what?
posted by yoink at 8:56 AM on February 5, 2013 [13 favorites]


Good Christ, have some class.

...

Did you think that was actually Anne Hathaway?
posted by kmz at 8:56 AM on February 5, 2013 [8 favorites]


dobbs, is your comment itself a parody?
posted by Mister_A at 8:56 AM on February 5, 2013


dobbs: "She's fantastic. Why don't people like her?

Are you serious? I couldn't make it half way through that. "I did it all in one take, bitches!" Good Christ, have some class.
"

That's.... not actually Anne Hathaway.
posted by specialagentwebb at 8:56 AM on February 5, 2013 [2 favorites]


Are you serious? I couldn't make it half way through that. "I did it all in one take, bitches!" Good Christ, have some class.

Um. It is unclear if you are referring to the parody, in which the person singing is not Anne Hathaway for reals, or something Anne Hathaway has said about her role in Les Miserables (which I have not seen and so cannot speak about) that indicated -she- had made that statement?

Because the video linked above is totally NOT ANNE HATHAWAY.
posted by FritoKAL at 8:57 AM on February 5, 2013


lalex: "She's like the movie star version of Rachel from Glee."

what is that.
posted by boo_radley at 8:57 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


dobbs, you know that's a parody and not actually her, right?
posted by lazaruslong at 8:57 AM on February 5, 2013


My impression is the backlash is less against Hathaway as a person or actress, and more a backlash towards the standard Hollywood machine that defines the specific repeated actions she or any actress has to take to win an Oscar - specific magazine covers in specific poses. Certain dresses on specific red carpets. Canned interview responses. It's understandably tiring for fashion/media bloggers, and they respond with cynicism.
posted by muddgirl at 8:58 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


What backlash? I thought this was pretty affectionate

Ok, to be fair I get all my pop-culture filtered through the AV Club comment section, which is in a permanent state of backlash.
posted by Think_Long at 8:59 AM on February 5, 2013


BREAKING STORY FROM THE MEFI NEWSDESK: this video is is a parody and that is not Anne Hathaway.
posted by nathancaswell at 8:59 AM on February 5, 2013 [7 favorites]


Yeah, I really don't get the Anti-Hathaway backlash. I've never seen her act like anything other than a hard-working entertainer.
posted by gauche at 9:00 AM on February 5, 2013 [3 favorites]


nathancaswell: "BREAKING STORY FROM THE MEFI NEWSDESK: this video is is a parody and that is not Anne Hathaway."

NOW OVER TO CORTEX WITH SPORTS ON THE AUGHTS.
posted by boo_radley at 9:00 AM on February 5, 2013 [2 favorites]


Ok, to be fair I get all my pop-culture filtered through the AV Club comment section, which is in a permanent state of backlash.

That's a more specific, "A woman's worth is dependent on her fuckability" sort of backlash - they've been pissed ever since she cut her hair. Not really backlash, in the end - just run-of-the-mill mysoginy.
posted by muddgirl at 9:02 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


Les Mis is going to win all of the Oscars, even in categories it's not nominated in, cause if you built a machine to create objects academy voters like it would pretty much spit out this movie

It would certainly be a major surprise if Anne Hathaway didn't win Best Supporting Actress, but Les Miz is pretty far from Oscar bait. The only other categories it has a real chance in are costume (where I believe the Hobbit is the favorite) and Sound.
posted by yoink at 9:02 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


The best supporting actress rubber duck should go to grandma Michael Caine for weeping his way through the entirety of The Dark Knight Rises.
posted by Foci for Analysis at 9:04 AM on February 5, 2013 [3 favorites]


There seems to be just a tiny bit more pushback from stars against Hollywood culture these days, and Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, and Scarlett Johansson have all embodied the women's end of it recently for calling out reporters who asked them vacuous and inappropriate questions about diet and body image while their male co-stars got asked questions about the actual characters. (In poor Johansson's case, she got asked if she could wear underwear under the Black Widow suit. Jesus Christ.) And I will always feel a lot of affection for them because of that, because when your entire career kind of rests on favorable media perceptions, that must take a lot of courage, and I wish we could give them awards for that instead. I hope that's the vanguard of a trend of star-powered women repeatedly and publicly pointing out how screwed up their treatment is, until at least some of it is fixed.
posted by WidgetAlley at 9:04 AM on February 5, 2013 [31 favorites]


My take on the Anne Hathaway backlash:

She's a great actress and a good singer and she's funny and smart and pretty and articulate and worthy of the praises that are showered upon her. I bet that she'll be the prom queen best supporting actress at the Oscars and she'll give a speech that is funny and humble and perfect in every way.

She's the girl in high school that everyone loved: the golden child, the good athlete, the teachers pet, the best friend of all. I bet little animals flock to her and birds sing at her window in the morning. She visits her grandma in Assisted Living and I bet that everyone there just CAN'T WAIT for Anne to bring her Sunshine to the Old Folks home. She sold the most Girl Scout cookies and donated all the money to poor people. The calf she raised for 4-H? It was so beautiful that it became the Poster Calf for some organic farm. It is living out its life in the happiest of pastures. She visits it every week, too. When she's picking up organic produce baskets to deliver to all of her millions of friends, whose birthdays she never forgets.

I can't go on. I feel too inadequate to continue.
posted by Elly Vortex at 9:05 AM on February 5, 2013 [20 favorites]


Holy crap. Calm down, folks. Yes, I realize it's not her. Was trying to make a joke at how dismissive people are being in general of her (as this performer seems to be doing). My mistake for thinking my tone was obvious. Sheesh.
posted by dobbs at 9:06 AM on February 5, 2013


This thread is the first I've heard of an Anne Hathaway backlash, so I don't think it's perhaps quite the massive cultural phenomenon you're all making it out to be. But hey, she's gorgeous, talented and highly successful and seems to be extremely well-liked, sincere and professional--that's going to attract a certain amount of creepy resentment any day of the week.
posted by yoink at 9:06 AM on February 5, 2013 [5 favorites]


It would certainly be a major surprise if Anne Hathaway didn't win Best Supporting Actress

Although I haven't seen any of the performances, the buzz seems to be that of all the nominees Anne's performance is the worst and Amy Adams or Helen Hunt is more deserving. Although I thought she was great in TDKR.

Of course, I realize that means nothing.
posted by drinkcoffee at 9:06 AM on February 5, 2013


That's a more specific, "A woman's worth is dependent on her fuckability" sort of backlash - they've been pissed ever since she cut her hair. Not really backlash, in the end - just run-of-the-mill mysoginy.

true that. They're getting a bit better, but those roots run deep.
posted by Think_Long at 9:09 AM on February 5, 2013


@dobbs - I knew it! I thought it was funny.
posted by Mister_A at 9:09 AM on February 5, 2013


And just to comment on the movie a bit: the directing was one-note and utilitarian ("have you heard of a thing called a wide shot, Tom Hooper?") and some of the singing was a bit off, but goddamn if I didn't cry through basically the entire last third of the movie. And when Colm "Original Badass" Wilkinson appears at the end and sings "To love another person is to see the face of God" (my favorite line in the musical) along with Hugh and Anne, I just fucking lost it and was openly sobbing. My wife made fun of me a bit but I didn't care.
posted by kmz at 9:10 AM on February 5, 2013 [15 favorites]


the buzz seems to be that of all the nominees Anne's performance is the worst

The "buzz" amongst whom? Pretty clearly not amongst those whose job it is to predict how the Academy will actually vote (e.g. bookies). So, by extension, pretty clearly not amongst Hathaway's fellow actors (whose votes dominate the Academy's choices).
posted by yoink at 9:11 AM on February 5, 2013


I thought the parody was absolute magic. I do find Anne Hathaway's post Les Miz interview persona jolly annoying. I am not a misogynist.
posted by Jody Tresidder at 9:12 AM on February 5, 2013


I think the best thing about Anne Hathaway is that if someone had approached her about being in this herself, for real, she'd have laughed uproariously and then said "sure, that'd be awesome." Kind of like John Malkovich being "himself" in Being John Malkovich.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 9:15 AM on February 5, 2013 [12 favorites]


To be clear, I don't think that all backlash against an actress is mysoginist. I was talking about the AVClub commenter culture, which until very recently was basically, "You are a worthwhile actress only if I find you to be attractive."
posted by muddgirl at 9:20 AM on February 5, 2013


if you built a machine to create objects academy voters like it would pretty much spit out this movie

Except in the competition for best supporting actress where Helen Hunt will win for "Helen Hunt shags a cripple".
posted by biffa at 9:21 AM on February 5, 2013 [2 favorites]


"...she'd have laughed uproariously and then said "sure, that'd be awesome."

Kind of like Jennifer Lawrence hosting SNL and taking down her Oscar competition.
posted by ThatCanadianGirl at 9:21 AM on February 5, 2013


"BREAKING STORY FROM THE MEFI NEWSDESK: this video is is a parody and that is not Anne Hathaway."

I actually had no idea. Now I'm really confused.

I guess those of us who are only semi-literate in pop culture should probably stay away from this kind of post.
posted by Stagger Lee at 9:22 AM on February 5, 2013


Yeah, I don't get the Anne Hathaway hate either. She's a pretty good actress, considering she died in 1623.
posted by DU at 9:23 AM on February 5, 2013 [15 favorites]


"...she'd have laughed uproariously and then said "sure, that'd be awesome."

Kind of like Jennifer Lawrence hosting SNL and taking down her Oscar competition.


To me, this is just another part of the game that actresses have to play. Natalie Portman did the same thing starting in the late 2000s when she was reframing herself to be a 'contender.' They have to have a sense of humor about the fact that people will want to tear them down. They have to participate to demonstrate that they're in on the 'joke.'
posted by muddgirl at 9:27 AM on February 5, 2013 [2 favorites]


Les Mis is going to win all of the Oscars, even in categories it's not nominated in, cause if you built a machine to create objects academy voters like it would pretty much spit out this movie

What? Did they add a Holocaust scene to the story?
posted by Thorzdad at 9:28 AM on February 5, 2013 [2 favorites]


They have to participate to demonstrate that they're in on the 'joke.'

The majority of actresses don't do this, though; so I'm more inclined to think that Natalie Portman, Anne Hathaway and Jennifer Lawrence really do have senses of humor about themselves.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 9:29 AM on February 5, 2013 [4 favorites]


The backlash against Anne Hathaway that I've always heard (admittedly from my wife's brothers who are basically pigs in human form) is that she, and I am not making this up, "isn't hot enough."

So there's that.
posted by Doleful Creature at 9:29 AM on February 5, 2013


The backlash against Anne Hathaway that I've always heard (admittedly from my wife's brothers who are basically pigs in human form) is that she, and I am not making this up, "isn't hot enough."

Which alternate universe is your wife's family from? I need to know so I can avoid it.
posted by Thorzdad at 9:33 AM on February 5, 2013 [3 favorites]


The majority of actresses don't do this, though

Granted, but the majority of actresses aren't making blockbuster movies or winning Oscars, either.

I'm sure Portman, Hathaway, Lawrence, and all the other actresses that have made fun of their image on SNL or Funny or Die have great senses of humor. I'm not making an argument about their personalities, but about the image they intentionally present.
posted by muddgirl at 9:34 AM on February 5, 2013


No, I get what you're saying, Muddgirl; I just question the premise that it is a manufactured, presented image as opposed to their genuine selves.
posted by EmpressCallipygos at 9:42 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


"Helen Hunt shags a cripple"

Didn't she already do that 20 years ago?
posted by rocket88 at 9:43 AM on February 5, 2013


They have to have a sense of humor about the fact that people will want to tear them down. They have to participate to demonstrate that they're in on the 'joke.'

I also think they have to balance the "don't look like you're trying too hard" and "but don't try to be too cool for the honor" appearance. There's this strange requirement of people we don't know to be exactly grateful enough in a natural and spontaneous way after a six weeks of winning awards, otherwise, they're bad people and/or actors. Odd part of the business. It reminds me of what happened to Jamie Foxx after he spent the season collecting awards for Ray.
posted by gladly at 9:44 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


gladly: " It reminds me of what happened to Jamie Foxx after he spent the season collecting awards for Ray."

What happened to him?
posted by boo_radley at 9:47 AM on February 5, 2013


Speaking of Anne Hathaway's sense of humor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqy5UtB2uIk

And yes, Samuel Jackson should win for DJANGO and Amy Adams should win for THE MASTER, but they won't.
posted by ThatFuzzyBastard at 9:51 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


I've only seen her playing Parker Posey in "My Big Whacky Connecticut WASP Wedding" and she stunk. No oscar from me.
posted by ennui.bz at 9:54 AM on February 5, 2013


Can we do without the cripple fucking stuff, please. I mean, I'm a cripple and love to fuck and do it often, so who cares if an actress fucked one. Yes, cripples fuck.
posted by angrycat at 9:55 AM on February 5, 2013 [8 favorites]


I just question the premise that it is a manufactured, presented image as opposed to their genuine selves.

I think that's sort of a false dichotomy. Whenever a young actress presents a seemingly-negative aspect of their genuine self (like Johannason Megan Fox sometimes do), they're punished for it. It's impossible to talk about an actor's "genuine self" when they are rewarded for conformance and punished for non-conformance.
posted by muddgirl at 9:58 AM on February 5, 2013


[Seriously yes please, enough on the cripple stuff unless you want to bring it up in MetaTalk. Not cool. ]
posted by jessamyn at 9:59 AM on February 5, 2013


Anne Hathaway is like cilantro; it's either instantly clear what's wrong, or you think other people are crazy for disliking it. For better or worse, actresses have perfected the art of appearing genuine, gracious, effortless, and down-to-earth, even when their profession demands the opposite. Regardless, Hathaway lacks many of those 'qualities' and her behavior this awards season has highlighted that. At the Golden Globes she hit a few wrong notes-- first the 'BLERGH' and then the weird interruption of her producer to thank people she had forgotten in her first speech. She's been the overwhelming front-runner all year because her performance was the very definition of "Oscar bait", but she certainly hasn't acted very gracious to her co-nominees and you just get the sense that if she doesn't win the Oscar she will burst into flames. Which would be awesome to see. Please, Oscar gods.
posted by acidic at 10:00 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


I think it's just classic overexposure, that feeling once perfectly encapsulated on the Simpsons: "At first I thought they were cute and funny, now they're just annoying."

Plus, actors gonna act, and it's hard to know if/when they're being sincere anyway.
posted by girlmightlive at 10:04 AM on February 5, 2013


And just to comment on the movie a bit: the directing was one-note and utilitarian ("have you heard of a thing called a wide shot, Tom Hooper?")

I agree with the widespread dislike of the close-up shots, but I think the director (forget his name) has gotten the short shrift. I remember when I first heard about this movie, I was like "huh, how the hell are they going to take one of the most over-the-top, theatrical musicals of all time and translate it to the screen?" I didn't see how they would be able to capture the melodrama and bombast without seeming totally cheesy, but they managed it. And I gotta think the director had a lot to do with that.
posted by lunasol at 10:04 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


This Emma Fitzpatrick is a pretty good performer in her own right.
posted by brain_drain at 10:08 AM on February 5, 2013 [2 favorites]


What happened to him?

Jamie Foxx had the same kind of backlash through the awards season where he was winning all the best actor awards for Ray. He told a story about his grandmother supporting him over and over. He was accused of being faux-humble, of over-rehearsing his speeches. Fortunately, with the success of Django, I can't seem to quickly search and find some of those articles. It's all been replaced with nice things said about him. Which likely means that if Anne Hathaway drops off the radar for a bit, she'll be fine too.
posted by gladly at 10:11 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


I had no feelings either way for Hathaway before the parody video but after watching several whole seconds and reading these comments and hearing about the backlash I now dislike her.

Is this peer pressure? Is this how pile-ons start? Am I trying to be part of the in crowd by bullying Anne Hathaway?

Thanks for the post, it taught me a lot about myself.
posted by Ad hominem at 10:11 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


Ha! I much enjoyed the video. I heard for weeks about how Hathaway was the only good thing about Les Mis, etc, and while I have generally mixed opinions of her, I was looking forward to see her in the role.

But DAMN. All I could think about during her solo was how much she really, really, really wanted that Oscar. So this parody kinda nailed it.
posted by hopeless romantique at 10:20 AM on February 5, 2013


Love Anne Hathaway. Loved her movie. Love this parody.
posted by ColdChef at 10:43 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


Literally the only thing keeping me from having a huge creepy celebrity crush on Anne Hathaway (or, you know, ever wanting to see even one of the movies she's starred in), is that her singing voice is like the warning beeps of a reversing dumptruck full of saccharine.
posted by Sys Rq at 10:44 AM on February 5, 2013


Surprisingly, she doesn't have a single song in the new Batman movie.
posted by Holy Zarquon's Singing Fish at 10:50 AM on February 5, 2013


I don't believe you. I can't. The risk is far too great.
posted by Sys Rq at 11:00 AM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


"I lost half my body weight, but then they never did a wide shot"

That's a funny line. But I feel like Anne Hathaway already did this video, and much funnier, in the "Who's movie is sadder?" short with Samuel Jackson that ThatFuzzyBastard linked to.

It's one thing to have a sense of humor about yourself. It's quite another to actually be funny when you do it.
posted by straight at 11:19 AM on February 5, 2013


Didn't see Les Mis but I wonder how much the apparent lack of wide shots was due to to the restriction of having to mic everyone for final sound on set... Wireless lavs dont really record the most full sound. You'd think they could just paint the boom poles and mics out though, they certainly had the money to.
posted by nathancaswell at 11:39 AM on February 5, 2013


Anne Hathaway's sense of humor take 2 : Anne Hathaway's Lil' Wayne Style Paparazzi Rap - Conan on TBS
posted by DigDoug at 12:46 PM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


In this parody, she sings really well- so that's totally wrong for a start...
posted by BobsterLobster at 2:09 PM on February 5, 2013


where I believe the Hobbit is the favorite

Or Naomi Watts as she's also known.
posted by urbanwhaleshark at 2:20 PM on February 5, 2013 [1 favorite]


Didn't see Les Mis but I wonder how much the apparent lack of wide shots was due to to the restriction of having to mic everyone for final sound on set... Wireless lavs dont really record the most full sound. You'd think they could just paint the boom poles and mics out though, they certainly had the money to.

Movies rarely depend much on the live recorded sound (and most definitely don't in the case of musicals)

Even if they did, the Director of Photography would NEVER let the sound department's needs interfere with the composition of a shot. (They're quite a bit lower on the food chain)

My guess: there are probably wide shots, but the song's author thought the irony would seem funny.
posted by ShutterBun at 4:20 PM on February 5, 2013


Movies rarely depend much on the live recorded sound (and most definitely don't in the case of musicals)

The promotion for Les Mis the Musical Movie made a lot of hay out of the fact that the vocal tracks were all recorded live. I don't really know how this parody reads to someone who wasn't immersed in all the promotional stuff for the movie and for Ms. Hathaway's particular performance.
posted by muddgirl at 5:30 PM on February 5, 2013


DOBBS IT IS NOT THE REAL ANNE HATHAWAY OK!!
posted by threeants at 5:36 PM on February 5, 2013


I don't get the backlash either. As far as I can tell, it appears to stem from her tacit acknowledgment that a public persona is part of her job and also a performance, not an award bestowed by an alliance between unicorns, rainbows, and the common people.
posted by desuetude at 12:26 AM on February 6, 2013


Movies rarely depend much on the live recorded sound (and most definitely don't in the case of musicals)

Except in the case of Les Mis.

My guess: there are probably wide shots, but the song's author thought the irony would seem funny.


Except that in this movie there are wide shots but they are very very very few and far between.
posted by kmz at 6:57 AM on February 6, 2013 [1 favorite]


Pistols at dawn, ennui.bz! Rachel Getting Married was brilliant and Anne Hathaway was brilliant in it. (Even my meh-on-Anne GF admitted so.)
posted by whuppy at 8:51 AM on February 6, 2013


Now can somebody explain the Zellwegs hate?

/me ducks
posted by whuppy at 8:53 AM on February 6, 2013


As a survivor of Connecticut I thought Rachel Getting Married kinda nailed a specific kind of sociopolitical group. It is totally that thing.

Then again I've never disliked one of her performances which is saying something.
posted by The Whelk at 9:40 AM on February 6, 2013 [1 favorite]


Dobbs, it's all perfectly simple: this is the woman who did Anne Hathaway's vocals for Les Mis. It's funny that she really does look a bit like Anne Hathaway, but obviously you wouldn't expect some random actress to sing that well.
posted by Joe in Australia at 2:37 PM on February 6, 2013


Dobbs, it's all perfectly simple: this is the woman who did Anne Hathaway's vocals for Les Mis. It's funny that she really does look a bit like Anne Hathaway, but obviously you wouldn't expect some random actress to sing that well.

I assume you're just continuing the joke here, but in case anyone's confused--no, Emma Fitzpatrick did not do the vocals for Anne Hathaway in Les Miz; the whole point about LM was to have actors sing their own parts and to sing them "live" (as it were). Hathaway has quite an extensive background and training in singing (including singing with the All-Eastern U.S. High School Honors Chorus at Carnegie Hall when she was a teenager).
posted by yoink at 3:05 PM on February 6, 2013


muddgirl: To me, this is just another part of the game that actresses have to play. Natalie Portman did the same thing starting in the late 2000s when she was reframing herself to be a 'contender.'

Counter evidence: Natalie's sense of humor may not be a PR fabrication. I'm not saying she's unaware and unaffected by these "carrots"; it's her career, and most people are smart enough to dress and act their best when they're under scrutiny (big customer visiting the office, presentation before the top management...).
posted by IAmBroom at 2:50 AM on February 9, 2013


Again, I never claimed that anyone's sense of humor was a 'PR fabrication.' I said that publicly making fun of your image is part of the game that young actresses have to play, whether they want to or not.
posted by muddgirl at 7:11 AM on February 9, 2013


OK, I missed your tone. I'd agree with that - young actors as well, of course.
posted by IAmBroom at 8:59 AM on February 9, 2013


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