The Great Santini + A Little Princess

The Great Santini + A Little Princess
Podcast: Double Feature
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Growing up in the empty shadow of military fathers. The great Erica Fett (aka Phecda Suicide) claims the role of happy warrior. What if the ...

Posted December 29, 2016
Hosted by Eric Thirteen & Michael Koester
Tags:All PodcastsSuicide GirlsYear 9

Episode Notes

Growing up in the empty shadow of military fathers. The great Erica Fett (aka Phecda Suicide) claims the role of happy warrior. What if the military was thought of as a job? Throwing yourself into something. Whiplash’s obsession in the name of greatness vs The Great Santini’s achievement of greatness. The consequences of leaving normal life behind. The most unnecessarily evil scene in Double Feature history. Everyone loves Vincent,A Little Princes as the unsuspecting film of now-colossal filmmakers. What an adult sees when childlike wonder fills the room. What kind of movie is A little Princess and what do those movies look like now? Erica Fett promises something is coming…but what is it?

Credits

Special thanks to Erica Fett
Find her work at phecda.suicidegirls.com

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The Great Santini

The Great Santini


Released: October 26, 1979
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Director: Lewis John Carlino
Writer: Pat Conroy, Lewis John Carlino
Starring: Robert Duvall, Blythe Danner, Michael O'Keefe

As he approaches manhood, Ben Meechum struggles to win the approval of his demanding alpha male father, an aggressively competitive, but frustrated marine pilot.

A Little Princess

A Little Princess


Released: May 19, 1995
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Director: Alfonso Cuarón
Writer: Frances Hodgson Burnett, Richard LaGravenese, Elizabeth Chandler
Starring: Liesel Matthews, Eleanor Bron, Liam Cunningham

A young girl is relegated to servitude at a boarding school when her father goes missing and is presumed dead.

 
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