Podcast: Lean on Pete / Kodachrome – Extra Film
This week on the InSession Film Podcast: Extra Film segment, we discuss the latest intimate drama from master Andrew Haigh in Lean on Pete. We also go back to the world of Netflix once again to review their original film Kodachrome, starring Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris.
With movies like the great 45 Years and Weekend already under his belt, Andrew Haigh is quickly emerging as one of indie cinema’s most tender yet brutally introspective filmmakers; we discuss how Lean on Pete only continues that trajectory. And whether you praise or criticize the original films distributed by Netflix, you can’t deny that they sometimes release quality films; for our review of Kodachrome we are joined by Aaron Pinkston from The Cinessential to discuss whether Netflix has another hit on their hands.
Give this episode of our Extra Film segment a listen to find out what we thought of each film! And as always let us know what you think in the comment section below. Thanks for tuning in!
– Movie Review: Lean on Pete (4:42)
Director: Andrew Haigh
Writer: Andrew Haigh
Stars: Charlie Plummer, Travis Fimmel, Steve Buscemi, Chloë Sevigny, Steve Zahn
– Movie Review: Kodachrome (36:48)
Director: Mark Raso
Writer: Jonathan Tropper
Stars: Jason Sudeikis, Ed Harris, Elizabeth Olsen
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