This episode comes with a trigger warning as we discuss multiple films that deal with sexual assault and trauma.
Through sickness, we bring you all a new episode! Here we showcase a bunch of new films that’ll be hitting Australian cinemas soon. Starting off with the great new Woody Allen film, Café Society, we then move in to Paul Verhoeven’s return to cinema with the masterful Elle. We then take a look at the true story of Joe Cinque’s Consolation. Andrew caught the documentary The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe and ends up on the wrong side of popular opinion. For some reason, Keanu gets a look in as well. Bernadette caught the latest from director Rebecca Miller, Maggie’s Plan. Finally, the new Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy gets a look in. (At the end I say that the song is Urthboy’s Daughter of the Light, but the song I actually put in is Little Girl’s Dad.)
0:38 – Intro
4:28 – Café Society
19:08 – Elle
35:18 – Joe Cinque’s Consolation
50:38 – The Baulkham Hills African Ladies Troupe
57:14 – Keanu
1:01:22 – Maggie’s Plan
1:06:22 – Audrie & Daisy
1:24:00 – Wind Up/Closing Music – Urthboy – Little Girl’s Dad
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