For certain film lovers, a new Kelly Reichardt film is an event. Spare and deliberately paced movies like WENDY AND LUCY and MEEK’S CUTOFF are treasured for their detail and observation - and for their focus on the lives of women. Reichardt’s latest - CERTAIN WOMEN - continues in that tradition, with a trio of loosely connected stories starring Laura Dern, Michelle Williams, and Kristen Stewart. This week, a review of WOMEN, plus Adam's interview with Reichardt and the third film in the Luis Bunuel marathon - 1954's ROBINSON CRUSOE.
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Filmspotting #608 - Click here or the podcast icon to listen
0:00-1:23 - Billboard
1:23-21:03 - Interview: Kelly Reichardt
21:03-35:39 - Review: "Certain Women"
Deap Vally, "Smile More"
36:58-48:28 - Notes / Polls
48:28-1:08:35 - CIFF recap
Deap Vally, "Teenage Queen"
1:09:41-1:15:42 - Donations
1:15:42-1:32:51 - Buñuel #2: "Robinson Crusoe"
1:32:51-1:47:15 - Close / Hot Mics
- Deap Vally
- Filmspotting Live Show Tickets
- Chicago Int'l Film Festival
- "Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Maki"
- Brent's "Magnificent Seven" review
- Local Meet-up for Oconomowoc, WI (and surrounding area)
- Josh's "Certain Women"review
- Josh's "Daughters of the Dust" review
- Movies Are Prayers, available for pre-order