November 1st, 2008
Episode 50 of 256 episodes
Boris Trbic previews week two of the Russian Resurrection 2008 festival, with 12, Izgnanie (The Banishment) and Prostye veshchi (Simple Things); Lisa Dethridge reviews the straight-to-DVD releases Monkey Puzzle, Den Brysomme mannen (The Bothersome Man) and The Flock; Nick Matteo reviews the Emmy Award-winning American historical epic series, John Adams (Showcase, Tuesday 8.30pm, repeated Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) and discusses YouTube; Michael Fassbender is on the phone to talk about his role as Bobby Sands in Hunger; local filmmaker Katherine Fry discusses continuity; and Paul Anderson chats about his short film, The Visitor, screening in the Raw Nerve retrospective at Cinema Nova on Wednesday 5 November.
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