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September 7, 2018

Guest Spots: Talk Without Rhythm & Kulturecast

This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm joined by the great Mike White of the Projection Booth to discuss two films that deal with the dehumanization of women in modern society in very, VERY different ways - 1981's The Incredible Shrinking Woman and 1995's Safe.

Chris is joined by The Projection Booth's Mike White to start Documentary Month with a look at Jesus Camp, a documentary described by some as "the scariest movie ever made". The film follows pastor Becky Fischer as she puts on the Kids on Fire summer camp in North Dakota to preach her message to evangelical children from across the country. It's an interesting look at the religious base in America as they attempt to indoctrinate the youth into their mindset both politically and spiritually.

Listen to "Jesus Camp" on Spreaker.

Chris is joined by The Projection Booth's Mike White once again to finish out Documentary Month with a look at This Film is Not Yet Rated, a look at the secretive Motion Picture Association of America (the MPAA). The film takes a look at the inherent hypocrisy and censorship that the association levels against filmmakers who want their films released. It's a lighter film than any of the month's previous films and one drives a dagger straight into the heart of film censorship.

Listen to "This Film is Not Yet Rated" on Spreaker.

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