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Bonus: Talking about No Regrets for Our Youth (1946) with Nancy Schwartzman!

Season 4, Ep. 5

On this not-at-all regrettable episode Oeuvre Busters, Liam and George welcome Nancy Schwartzman to discuss Akira Kurosawa’s No Regrets for Our Youth (1946), starring Setsuko Hara.


Topics discussed? Swingers; heroic university professors; bending the knee; fast-asleep cops; ignorant villagers. Also, proper farmer etiquette!


Topics not discussed? Nothing. This episode is incredibly ambitious, and we pretty much cover everything there is to cover in a tight 1:02:31. You’re welcome!


Nancy Schwartzman is a Peabody Award nominated documentary film director, producer, and media strategist who uses storytelling and technology to create safer communities for women and girls. Roll Red Roll is her feature film debut, and goes beyond the headlines of the notorious Steubenville, Ohio high school sexual assault case to uncover the social-media fueled “boys will be boys” culture that let it happen. Roll Red Roll premiered in 2018 at the Tribeca Film Festival and Hot Docs, and has screened at over 40 film festivals worldwide and garnered 7 best documentary awards. The film opened theatrically at the Film Forum in New York City and the Laemmle Monica Film Center in Los Angeles to uniformly positive reviews with 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. It was a Critic’s Pick in The New York Times and reviewed in The New Yorker, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, the Chicago Tribune, the Guardian, and the Los Angeles Times amongst others. Nancy appeared on CNN’s Amanpour, BBC Women’s Hour and People TV. The film opened the 32nd season of the acclaimed PBS documentary series POV, broadcast on BBC Storyville in the U.K., and is now streaming in 190 countries on Netflix.


A globally recognized human rights activist, Nancy is a tech founder and created the Obama/Biden’s White House award-winning mobile app Circle of 6 designed to reduce sexual violence among America’s youth and college students. Over 350,000 people in 36 countries use Circle of 6 and it is currently being adapted for journalists working in Mexico in partnership with Article 19 and the Guardian Project. She has presented her work at the White House, the United Nations, TEDxSheffield, CNN, Forbes, Good Pitch, DOCNYC and at over 60 colleges and universities. She is a graduate of Columbia University.


Hey, you all know we love you out there, right? But do you love us? If so, please consider subscribing to our new Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/oeuvrebusters For only $3 dollars a month, you’ll get a bonus episode and a essay from George about the films being discussed on the podcast. (George promises no problematic manifestos about the current state of the world.) Also, we will definitely give you a shout out on the podcast! Your financial support will also help us upgrade our equipment and improve the show in a variety of ways.


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Season 4, Ep. 6
On this doggish episode of Oeuvre Busters, Liam and George invite Joyce Wu to discuss Stray Dog (1949), directed by Akira Kurosawa and starring, of course, Toshiro Mifune. Topics discuss? Horniness; isolation, alienation, AND ennui; the shadow-self; people are bad; ACAB, have a beer; sucking popsicles. Also, Kurosawa can direct the shit out of anything.Topics not discussed? The origins of the bicameral mind.Joyce Wu is a writer and director based in Los Angeles. She was an inaugural member of the Made in NY Writers Room, a fellowship developed by the WGA East in partnership with the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, where she developed and wrote a half-hour comedy pilot based on her web series Mr. Right. Her first feature film She Lights Up Well is currently available on iTunes. Hey, you all know we love you out there, right? But do you love us? If so, please consider subscribing to our new Patreon!https://www.patreon.com/oeuvrebustersFor only $3 dollars a month, you’ll get a bonus episode and a essay from George about the films being discussed on the podcast. (George promises no problematic manifestos about the current state of the world.) Also, we will definitely give you a shout out on the podcast! Your financial support will also help us upgrade our equipment and improve the show in a variety of ways.Please, if you can, rate, review, and subscribe to Oeuvre Busters on Stitcher and iTunes and wherever else you might download your favorite podcasts. Your ratings and reviews help the show reach a wider audience. Please also feel free to send us regular and hate mail at: Oeuvrebusters@gmail.com. Again, we appreciate all the support."Robobozo" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/