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Mysterious family lineages lead to some nightmarish happenings. Pieta is an intense film even before the legacy of the director. How pieta m...
Posted March 11, 2021
Hosted by Eric Thirteen & Michael Koester
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Mysterious family lineages lead to some nightmarish happenings. Pieta is an intense film even before the legacy of the director. How pieta manages to be about not only interpersonal conflict but also class warfare. Blue My Mind becomes a conduit for a larger conversation on genre-lite coming of age films. Is it better to dance around the much desired genre elements or lean in at risk of under-delivering? Why coming of age and fantasy go so well together. In a special Double Feature emergency: something alarming is happening to the films you love (and the future films you might). Kate Hagen wrote about it in her articleIn Search of the Last Great Video Store More about this in the next episode..
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Released: September 5, 2012
Runtime: 103 min | IMDB | Wikipedia
Director: Kim Ki-duk
Writer: Kim Ki-duk
Starring: Cho Min-soo, Lee Jung-Jin, Woo Ki-Hong
A loan shark is forced to reconsider his violent lifestyle after the arrival of a mysterious woman claiming to be his long-lost mother.
Blue My Mind
Released: October 2, 2017
Runtime: 97 min | IMDB | Wikipedia
Director: Lisa Brühlmann
Writer: Lisa Brühlmann
Starring: Luna Wedler, Zoë Pastelle Holthuizen, Regula Grauwiller
15-year-old Mia faces an overwhelming transformation which puts her entire existence into question. Her body is changing radically, and despite desperate attempts to halt the process, Mia is soon forced to accept that nature is far more powerful than she is.