Behold, The Glory

The latest episode of Someone Else’s Movie features a proper literary figure! Imagine that!

Author David Bezmozgis, who also writes and directs movies like Victoria Day and Natasha (which opens the Toronto Jewish Film Festival on Thursday night before beginning its theatrical run in Toronto and Vancouver on Friday) joins me this week to discuss Leos Carax’ delirious cinematic joyride Holy Motors, starring Eva Mendes, Kylie Minogue, Edith Scob and Denis Lavant in a bravura performance as the sum total of the human experience.

If you haven’t seen this film, please watch it before you listen to the episode, because our conversation will make no goddamn sense otherwise. It’s on Netflix. You’re welcome.

You can find it at all the usual spots:  iTunes, Google PlayStitcheron the web. Enjoy it — but remember, sooner or later we all dance to Monsieur Oscar’s accordion.

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