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War Machine vs. War Horse: Hail, Caesar! (Sweet Smell of Success vs. Michael Clayton)

On this episode we bring in author Ivan Infante as the fixer to this podcast, as he talks about fixers in the films SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS and MICHAEL CLAYTON. All of this inspired by the new Coen Bros. film HAIL, CAESAR! And right after that, we try something new on the podcast as Web Bist from the show IT’S TERRIFIC reads a chapter from Mr. Infante’s novel FALSE RANSOM.

00:00:15 - Podcast theme
00:00:35 - Episode intro
00:01:10 - Hail, Caesar! trailer
00:03:30 - Hail, Caesar! and Coen Bros. filmography discussion.
00:33:18 - FALSE RANSOM chapter reading by Web Bist of IT'S TERRIFIC.
00:51:50 - Ivan Infante discusses his two novels and the upcoming FAKE BANK.
01:08:40 - SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS discussion.
01:20:20 - MICHAEL CLAYTON discussion.
01:52:00 - Episode outro
01:53:20 - Bonus Twitter talk on the genius of LexG.


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