Friday, December 11, 2015

Episode 51 - A Broad Definition of Abroad

Joe said he wanted things on the theme of a year abroad. I'm not sure Randy or I gave him what he asked for, but he liked both of them anyway.

What We've Been Liking Lately

Amy did a Gay Gasp when this came on the screen
when she saw Cinderella in the theater earlier this year.

And speaking of costumes, here's the blue dress worn by Helena Bonham Carter referenced by Amy specifically for its shoulder details.
From the front
From the side, where you can also see the deep dip in the back neckline.

Show Notes

Furthering the theme of "abroad," Randy recommends the last section of Paris, je t'aime, "14e arrondissement," starring the incomparable Margo Martindale and written and directed by Alexander Payne. Amy highly recommends Elaine Dundy's 1958 book The Dud Avocado.

On the Next Show

As only a true Southerner can, Amy has romantic ideas about snow and asked for a book and a movie on the topic of the white stuff that falls from the sky.

To read: Smilla's Sense of Snow by Peter Hoeg
To watch: The Long Kiss Goodnight starring Geena Davis, directed by Renny Harlin

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