On the sixty-fifth episode of THE THIRD ACT PODCAST, the crew continues last episode's trend of focusing solely on indie and foreign films. The first review, TOM AT THE FARM, had its release delayed, but caused a fair bit of hype because all of Xavier Dolan's films have been well received on the show. Meanwhile, STATIONS OF THE CROSS is even further off the beaten path; a minimalist German film about a teenage girl struggling to hold to the fundamentalist Catholic faith of her family. There's also discussion of an NWA museum, Robert Altman's bizarre Popeye film and dreams of Telluride. Enjoy! [playlist images="false" tracklist="false" artists="false" tracks="http://symbioticreviews.com/wp-content/uploads/TheThirdActPodcast/The-Third-Act-Podcast-Episode-65.mp3" dload="y" captions="The Third Act Podcast"]
THE THIRD ACT PODCAST is what happens when three film nerds get together in the wee hours of the night inside a cold garage and launch into movie-related discussions and reviews. A true "lo-fi" podcast with a no-string budget, THE THIRD ACT PODCAST is dedicated to highlighting the third act of movies, which could either make or break the cinematic experience. So cozy up with your favorite glass of cheap wine and enjoy Christian, Armando, and Jericho's long-winded forays into all things film!