In this week’s episode of Someone Else’s Movie, I’m joined by Sarah Watts — whose first film You Can Live Forever, which she co-directed with friend of the show and actual friend Mark Slutsky, is now in theaters across Canada — to talk about the transformative experience of seeing Bound in her twenties, and how the Wachowskis’ debut feature shaped her own perspective going forward.
It’s a fun one; Sarah’s story of getting to see the movie is definitely unique, and the conversation is enthusiastic and engaged. So if you haven’t thought about Bound in a while, by all means get on board with us!
How, you ask? Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and/or Spotify, or download the episode directly from the web. And then catch up on your Shiny Things; last week l looked at the home releases of The Whale (great) and Babylon (ugh), and Criterion’s new Blu-ray of David Lynch’s Inland Empire (quietly perverse). You haven’t subscribed? What’s wrong with you? Get on that!
Jeez, I have to do everything around here.