The Last Thing I Saw

Welcome to The Last Thing I Saw, a podcast where we reach out to friends to talk about what we’ve been watching. It’s as simple as that. Joining Nicolas Rapold this time is veteran critic Jonathan Romney who writes for leading film publications such as Sight & Sound and Screen Daily. Here Jonathan gives us a terrific account of his favorites from the Venice International Film Festival. It’s a jam-packed preview of bold new movies to look out for down the road. That includes the newest films from Pedro Almodovar, Frederick Wiseman, Gianfranco Rosi, and Kiyoshi Kurosawa, plus highlights such as the provocative New Order; Soviet-era historical drama Dear Comrades; the period romance The World to Come; Regina King’s philosophical conversation piece One Night in Miami; Indian music drama The Disciple; and the giant fly comedy Mandibles. Please note that because of the long distance connection the audio volume may vary.

Photo by Steve Snodgrass

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