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Dammit! I’ll miss this podcast.
Thank you very much! I always appreciated your feedback, even when you would disagree with me. It forced me to step outside myself
Thanks for all the effort you’ve put into this. I’ve discovered many interesting movies through your podcast, ‘Bright star’, for instance, which is one of my favourites now. I Hope you’ll be back soon.
One of my favorites from the show! And one of the 10 best shot films I’ve ever seen in my entire life. Thanks for your support!
Sorry to hear it, Jim. I can’t be too surprised as it’s been a rough cinematic year for you, with so many of the suggested films being so far out of your innate wheelhouse. It’s got to take the main reward out of the thing, in salient ways.
While I strongly doubt that your love of film has diminished, I still hope for better fare for you in the immediate future – that film’s love for you will increase, I suppose.
The big idea was to expose myself to stuff outside of my wheelhouse, but as Kim Ki-Duk films proved, it can be a real slog if I didn’t connect with anything. I don’t like when film feels like homework.
Thanks for all your support and feedback!