December 1st, 2009
Episode 106 of 256 episodes
Paul Harris is joined by Professor Sir Christopher Frayling, the world's foremost expert on the life and career of director Sergio Leone, to discuss Leone’s career - with particular reference to Leone's 1968 masterpiece, Once Upon A Time in the West, currently screening at the Astor Theatre until 5 December; Gary Hilberg reviews the DVD releases Age of Consent, The New Centurions and the boxed set Ken Russell at the BBC, a collection of Russell's early documentaries; and Morgan Neville, director of The Cool School, talks about his film's subject matter: an exploration of the contemporary modern art scene in Los Angeles, tracking down forgotten figures and rediscovering great talents.
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