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1989: Cinema Paradiso with Stacy Traub

Writer/Producer/Cinema Paradiso superfan Stacy Traub (Black-ish/The Real O'Neals) makes her first appearance on the Patreon feed to discuss the Academy Award winning Italian drama CINEMA PARADISO.


Having never seen the film before, Kenny offers a fresh take on the failures of the project. Stacy shares how the three hour directors cut almost ruined the entire movie for her. Phil leads a round table discussion on how movie theaters will evolve in a post pandemic world, and what we all consider to be the perfect movie theater experience. And, of course, we discuss how this gentle foreign film ended up as a highly regarded, mainstream classic here in America, the legendary execution of the ending, and the ways in which the central message of theaters losing out to television is still a hot topic today.


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