New Podcast from Kevin McLenithan on Christ and Pop Culture: Seeing and Believing 312 | Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch”

Put on your dapper clothes and be seated in the geometrically perfect room of your choice, because we’re looking at a Wes Anderson film this week! Delayed due to COVID, Anderson’s The French Dispatch is finally enjoying its theatrical release, and Kevin is joined by See/Hear Brother cohost and critic Joshua Wilson to talk about it. Framed as a series of stories in a fictional magazine modeled after The New Yorker, Anderson’s latest explores art’s place in our lives as it revels in the visually striking compositions that have come to define Anderson’s aesthetic. Kevin and Joshua take a look to see how it fits into Anderson’s career as a whole. Don’t miss it!

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