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Episode 54 of Pop Culture Case Study - Moulin Rouge and Jealousy




In this episode, Dave discusses a fan favorite, Moulin Rouge. Is this one as good as he remembers? Or will the untrained voices of Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor prove faulty? Regarding psychology, he takes the easy way out and discusses sexual jealousy, easily one of the most clear themes of the film. Britt continues her trend of serious discussion topics, with a fixation on invisible illnesses.

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Show Notes

Fangirl Fixation

Intro: 0:00:00
Fangirl Fixation: 0:02:06
Jealousy:0:27:28
Moulin Rouge: 0:39:00

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