New from Every Movie Has a Lesson by Don Shanahan: MEDIA APPEARANCE: Guest on the “Kicking the Seat” podcast and YouTube channel talking “A Face in the Crowd” for the ReelPolitik series

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Throughout 2020, I’ve had the pleasure of being invited on Ian Simmons’ website “Kicking the Seat” to contribute to his year-long “Reelpolitik” series. Leading up to the hotly anticipated national election this November, Ian has been pulling aside classic films that exemplify politics with possible parallels to our present state today. This school teacher loves to talk on that kind of level. For my fourth appearance, Ian and I dive deep into Elia Kazan’s A Face in the Crowd from 1957, a punchy political satire starring a then-little known Andy Griffith in a shocking role far different than his future career peaks. Enjoy our discussion in podcast and video forms below!

MY FULL 2012 BLIND SPOT REVIEW OF “A FACE IN THE CROWD”

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