Monday, February 26, 2024

Art Gets Political and Punchy

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Jeremiah and Thad are back with another episode of Cinematic Release. This time they take a look at art as politics, ethics in storytelling, and recap their personal favorite films where bigotry gets knocked around. AKA The Super Nazi, Bigot Punching Hour.

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  • Jeremiah

    Jeremiah lives in Los Angeles and divides his time between living in a movie theatre and writing mysteries. There might also be some ghostbusting being performed in his spare time.

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