May 31st, 2008
Episode 28 of 258 episodes
Director Tony Rogers, writer/actor Adam Zwar and composer Sam Mallet are in to talk about their latest production, Rats & Cats; Mark Hartley reviews The Orphanage; Nick Matteo and Peter Kemp review the DVD release of John Turturro’s Romance and Cigarettes; Nick Matteo chats about small screen happenings - Paul Haggis' The Black Donnellys (Foxtel Showcase Thursday, 8.30pm, with repeat screenings) and the new ABC show about advertising, The Gruen Transfer (ABC1 Wednesday, 9pm / ABC2 Thursday, 8.30pm); and Simone Ubaldi reviews Flight of the Red Balloon
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