• Criterion Tube: Late and Later Night with Young Chloë and Spike

    By Mary Manning

    Sometimes a giggle catches on and produces more giggles. This is evidenced here by twenty-three-year-old Chloë Sevigny, as she barely gets through an interview with David Letterman wherein she is pressed for info on Harmony and an upcoming trip to Tokyo. Sometimes such giggles give me the impression that the giggler is faking, but Sevigny seems legit goofy. I remember ’98! Youth!

    Spike Jonze’s appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn only contains about thirty seconds of real talking, but it’s only to play a game and it’s at the end and I doubt you’ll even watch all the way through. But the first two minutes are amazing. He’s introduced with a self-made mock bio film that is both adorable and hilarious. Young Spike! I remember ’99! Again: Youth!

    Mary Manning makes the site unchangingwindow.com, mostly in the mornings.

8 comments

  • By Ben
    July 26, 2012
    05:16 PM

    I love the Chloe Sevigny clip, but I wish Letterman spent a little more time talking about her rather than Harmony Korine.
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  • By Sean
    July 30, 2012
    12:00 AM

    Nothing about Criterion uh come on!
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    • By dana
      August 04, 2012
      10:11 AM

      http://www.criterion.com/people/2617-chloe-sevigny
  • By matt
    July 30, 2012
    02:27 PM

    i want to giggle like that! please?
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  • By ALC
    July 30, 2012
    02:27 PM

    Pure tubular bliss!!!
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  • By kellyr
    July 30, 2012
    02:51 PM

    hahahaha! and i love the victorian dress.
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  • By Sherry
    July 31, 2012
    10:38 AM

    Love Chole Sevigny and now know how to pronounce her last name! Great clip and fun to see her as a young, giggly woman since I've watched her in Big Love for so long and think of her as that sort of bitchy, angry character. Spike Jonze bit was hilarious all the way to the end. He was so young!
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  • By Eric
    December 17, 2012
    05:21 AM

    That Letterman clip was the day before my 25th birthday and add in that Grant Lee Buffalo was the musical act, it should have been an episode I watched, but instead I was working all night at the video store I ran, catching a few minutes of sleep, then having work 14 hours on my birthday. Nonetheless, love Chloe and saw Last Days of Disco twice at the theater.
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