François Truffaut once said that "Film lovers are sick people." He may have been on to something.
Monday, July 14, 2014
Shot/Reverse Shot: Episode 56 - Separating Art from the Artist
Inspired in part by Gary Oldman's controversial interview in Playboy, this week finds Joe and I talking about artists whose work we respect or even love, even though they may have committed crimes or hold views that we disagree with on moral or political grounds. It's a touch more serious than our usual subject matter, but we still somehow found time to wonder whether or not Rolf Harris is more similar to Caravaggio than most people give him credit for.
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By Edwin Davies
Labels: film, Gary Oldman, podcast, roman polanski, Shot Reverse Shot, Woody Allen