Forty Years And Nothing’s Changed

The last few episodes of Someone Else’s Movie have been a hair political, and this one is no different. Indeed, this one might be the most political of all, as Lucas Neff of Raising Hope, Fear, Inc. and ABC’s upcoming Downward Dog joins me and a snoring Dexter to discuss Alan J. Pakula’s All the President’s Men, which remains one of the great journalism pictures and, sadly, only gets more relevant as the decades pass.

Don’t believe me? Come and catch the movie at the Revue Cinema this Thursday evening, where I’ll be introducing it alongside guest programmer Brendan Canning! (Yes, the guy from Broken Social Scene. Songwriter for Crash and the Boys. Yes, I am over the moon about this.) The show starts at 6:45 pm, and tickets are available right here.

Podcast-wise, you know the drill. Find it on iTunesGoogle Play and Stitcher, or download it straight from the web. And think of a happier time when it was still possible to hold public servants accountable for crimes against the state.

Also, if you’re an American? Vote.

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