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PROJECTING FILM: The Party (Rebecca meets Rope)

On this episode we throw a Hitchcock themed podcast party for Sally Potter's new film THE PARTY. This Kristen Scott Thomas and Patricia Clarkson starring movie is fast, aggressive, and darkly funny; which means that this cast of characters would fit in nicely at a dinner party to celebrate getting away with murder in the 1948 classic ROPE. Or maybe the focus would be on the missing guest such as in the other Alfred Hitchcock joint REBECCA? We'll let you decide as you can listen to the episode and give us feedback at the links below:
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Hosts: Chris @Following_Films Mike @warmachinehorse
Email us suggestions on indie films you are looking forward to at projectingfilm@gmail.com
Theme music provided by the band Good Talk Russ. The song is Build It Up off their album The Panglossian Travels of the White Elephant.

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