This week on Someone Else’s Movie, I’m joined by Sea Fever‘s Neasa Hardiman to discuss a stone classic of cinema: Fritz Lang’s M, which literally invented the serial-killer film and the police procedural as we know them almost ninety years ago.
Neasa’s a theorist as well as a filmmaker — though I suppose one could argue all filmmakers are theorists in one way or another — so this episode is a whirlwind of ideas and appreciation, and I think you’ll really enjoy where we ended up.
Oh, and it includes the first Big Secret of the podcast, but don’t worry; all will be revealed in a matter of weeks.
You know the next part: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play and Stitcher and get the episode immediately, or download it directly from the web. And once you’ve listened to that, there’s a new NOW What to enjoy, with Rad and I discussing the reopening of Ontario’s schools with his fellow parent Emily Howell. It’s a new frontier for all of us, you know?