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Monday
Aug 01 2016

Podcast/Smackdown Pt 1: "Julia"& "The Goodbye Girl"

As a companion piece to yesterday's Smackdown,a two-part podcast.In the first installment Mark Harris, Guy Lodge, Nick Davis, Sara Black McCulloch,and Nathaniel R discuss 1977's Oscar race,Jane Fonda & Vanessa Redgrave's friendship,Neil Simon's quippy writing,and more...

Part One.Index (41 minutes)
00:01 Intros,1977 Memories,Annie HallvsStar Wars
05:55 "getting"movies and Oscar-watching before the internet
09:09Juliaand Jane Fonda's curious "supporting"lead
16:23 Gender inJulia,Vanessa Redgrave's politics,and queer subtext
29:45 Child acting and difficult language inThe Goodbye Girl
35:45 The influx of divorce/single parenting movies in the 70s
39:14 Nick's family memory ofThe Goodbye Girl

You can listen to the podcast here ordownload from iTunes.Continue the conversations in the comments,won't you?

Smackdown 77.Part One.Julia

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I'm with Nathaniel.Julia is not a perfect movie but it's quite fascinating: the structure,the fogginess,the subtext.I could watch it for a 4th time.

It makes perfect sense everything Mark says about the struggling single-mom thing being a key issue in the relevance of The Goodbye Girl in 1977.Otherwise,I don't get it.

I miss the times when movies were in the same movie theatre for months.Even a year.

August 1,2016 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

Is there a reason why you keep conversations under an hour?

August 1,2016 | Unregistered Commenter/3rtful

/3rtful -- it has to do with the website hosting and the requirements of uploading.technical limitations.

Peggy Sue -- yeah i miss those times too because dramas especially could take on a life that was unexpected if there was really time for word of mouth to build.

August 1,2016 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

Oh,I just remembered!Didn't Jane Fonda name her daughter after Vanessa Redgrave?

August 1,2016 | Unregistered CommenterPeggy Sue

Psssssst I said the smart Fonda thing.:P

August 1,2016 | Unregistered CommenterHayden W.

Hayden -YES.I'm sorry.

August 2,2016 | Unregistered CommenterNATHANIEL R

Don't be sorry!Loved this smackdown.

August 2,2016 | Unregistered CommenterHayden W.

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