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Somewhere in distribution limbo there sits an unreleased film version of Wallace Shawn's unsettling, scaldingly funny 29-year-old play Marie and Bruce.
A scaldingly backlit Banquo descends from an industrial elevator in the back wall and strides threateningly to Macbeth as Adam Cork's ever-present, looming sound design rises to a hair-raising roan The lights snap to black: intermission.
Don't forget your flip-flops - or jandals as the Kiwis call them - because the sand underfoot here can be scaldingly hot.
Youngsters can learn exciting things about cookery and they don't have to wield sharp knives and teeter above pans of scaldingly hot water to enjoy food and cooking.
And although there is no doubting his ability it was a big ask pitching him into this scaldingly hot seat.
As the world moves for both of them, Hemingway shows that the experience changes Jordan's way of thinking: "suddenly, scaldingly, holdingly all nowhere [was] gone and time [was] absolutely still and they were both there, time having stopped and he felt the earth move out and away from under them" (159).