Sunday, September 17, 2017

Episode 56: Rope

This episode we're throwing a very special dinner party in honor of the Master of Suspense as we take a look at Alfred Hitchcock's underrated suspense thriller Rope. Listen in as we discuss the film's groundbreaking use of long takes, explore the story's controversial gay subtext, and ruminate on the very timely theme of taking responsibility for one's views and statements. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers and armchair psychological diagnosis.

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