Now We Are Five

Five years, 268 episodes. I’m as surprised as anyone, honestly.

But this is indeed the fifth anniversary of Someone Else’s Movie, and the first of two back-to-back episodes I recorded in London last month. With Canadians. Don’t ask.

In today’s episode, Marie Clements — whose credits include the documentaries The Road Forward and Looking at Edward Curtis, and whose first feature Red Snow opens in Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa this Friday, March 13th — wanted to talk about Crash.

And while I initially thought she meant the Cronenberg film, it turned out she was a fan of Paul Haggis’ 2004 Oscar-winner … which led to an entirely different conversation than I’d expected to have, but one that turned out to be an engaging and wide-ranging chat about that movie, and a few other ones besides.

It’s worth a listen! Subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle Play and Stitcher to get it instantly, or download the episode directly from the web. And if you’re going to be in Toronto on Sunday, March 22nd, maybe think about coming down to Toronto Comicon for our very first live taping? It’d be nice to have you there. never mind about that bit.

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