While Vaughn hits the road to experience the breathtaking majesty of Boston Johnny in person, Stephen invites frequently mentioned, now first time guest Emma on to the show to discuss the latest in both theatrical and home releases. As it goes with the often frustrating staggering of US and UK releases, Stephen finally gets a chance to view and discuss Sisu and Beau is Afraid, with varied and eye-opening results that will shock audiences who have become familiar with the previous episode’s views on these films. Stephen and Emma discuss Jenny From The Block’s latest cinematic endeavors with Netflix’s The Mother before finishing up a veritable odyssey of parenthood cinema with Kelly Fremon Craig’s Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret. Before we sign off, of course, there’s no time to miss a segment, so Stephen gears up once again for our most anticipated release of the year, questions from the audience are answered, and recent viewings are offered as recommendations for the keen and attentive listener to explore on their own time. Enjoy the show, it’s a good one! I might have missed the recording but I still have to write these descriptions.
Grab Bag of Recent Releases (Sisu, Beau Is Afraid, The Mother) | 2:00
Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret | 29:30
Gear Up For Gran Turismo | 1:01:50
Listener Mail | 1:06:30
Recommendations | 1:13:00
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