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This week on the InSession Film Podcast, we review Lars von Trier’s Dancer in the Dark as it celebrates its 20th anniversary and we also discuss Kirsten Johnson’s latest documentary Dick Johnson is Dead!
The two films we talk about on this episode aren’t the liveliest of films, although Dick Johnson is Dead has its moments of levity, but despite how dour they may be, we hope the conversation is thought-provoking and vivacious enough. In addition to those reviews, we also talk a little Harry Potter as JD is currently re-watching the entire series.
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– Movie Review: Dancer in the Dark (5:25)
Director: Lars von Trier
Writer: Lars von Trier
Stars: Björk, Catherine Deneuve, David Morse
– Notes / The Painter and the Thief / Harry Potter (47:45)
This week for our discussion segment, as mentioned above, we talk a little Harry Potter as JD continues his re-watch of all the films. It may not be timely, but it’s always fun to talk Potter and everything that franchise offers. Brendan also gives his thoughts on the documentary The Painter and the Thief, one of the better docs of 2020.
– Movie Review: Dick Johnson is Dead (1:12:38)
Director: Kirsten Johnson
Writer: Nels Bangerter, Kirsten Johnson
Stars: Kirsten Johnson, Dick Johnson
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Episode 400 Celebration
Movie Draft: Franchises
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