Oct 5, 2012
Many of the films at this year's New York Film Festivals are filled with various cinematic references that can go over Peter's head without him ever realizing, so he brings Slant Magazine contributor Jaime Christley to help him parse through some of this week's fascinating films. The two dig into the big Hollywood opener Life of Pi from Ang Lee, as well as the extreme art house pleasures of new films from directors like Raoul Ruiz, Pedro Gomez, and the Taviani Brothers. Plus, documentaries on conspiracy theorists deconstructing Kubrick's The Shining, and another one about fishing in the Atlantic, but from the perspective from the fish.
2:36-13:04Life of Pi (Ang Lee)
13:04-21:37Caesar Must Die (The Taviani Brothers)
21:37-29:30Night Across The Street (Raúl Ruiz)
30:07-43:31Room 237 (Rodney Ascher)
43:32-46:42Leviathan (Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel)
47:25-57:04 Tabu(Miguel Gomes)