This week Alex and Phil try not to betray one another’s trust as they discuss The Ides of March and the top 5 betrayal movies. They also fit in a discussion about morality in film and how it affects our perception of what we see. This episode features more audio clips than any other before it, so enjoy!
- 00:32 – 02:09 – Introduction
- 02:09 – 26:16 – Review of The Ides of March
- 27:32 – 38:53 – Morality in Film Poll and Question of the Week
- 39:57 – 1:04:48 – Top 5 Film About Betrayal
- 1:05:24 – 1:09:08 – Recommendations and Contact Information
- Music for Episode 26 was provided by Jary Maurice. [Website]
- Tracks included “Amsterdam,” “Nobody Else,” and “What You Bear With Much Pain.”
- Here is the link to last week’s discussion about morality in movies.
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Question of the Week:
- What is your favorite movie about betrayal? [Vote in the Poll]
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- We will also be reviewing John Carpenter’s original 1982 film The Thing.
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