We've been obsessing with the behind-the-scenes drama of "Don't worry darling" for weeks, and now the reviews are in.
Did the movie live up to the hype? What does it say about the current state of feminism?
We have a curated playlist of podcast episodes that review "Don't worry darling" the movie, and the whole publicity around it.
We discuss Rap Sh!t and Yi Yi, a series and a film about life’s choices and how they shape you as a person.
02:34 Rap Sh!t, streaming on HBO Max, is a solid sophomore series from Issa Rae that portrays the tireless hustle that go into pursuing one’s dream.
20:02 Yi Yi, available on Criterion, is a meditative, bittersweet, stunning work of cinema about the currents of life.
38:12 Plus, culture notes about the trials and tribulations of Don’t Worry Darling, which — reminder — won’t be out for another three weeks!!!
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This week, let's talk about some MOVIES. First up, Da7e and David finally get to talk about Barbarian, a horror movie in theaters that you should NOT BE SPOILED ON, so we don't. Then, Katey reports back from the re-release of Avatar, now in theaters and in 3D. Finally, Katey, Da7e, and David talk about […]
If you're anything like us, the drama surrounding Don't Worry Darling has been consuming your every waking thought. Harry Styles spat on Chris Pine! Olivia Wilde lied! Florence Pugh turned up and drank aperol spritz defiantly! But with two weeks until any of us see the actual film, we're breaking down what the drama means for the larger cultural moment we're living in. From post me-too sentiment and the rehabilitation of rotten men, to two women semi-fighting publicly and the cast hooking up on set; we're discussing both the drama itself and how the internet has interpreted, meme'd, and dissected the story — making it impossible to separate reality from fiction. Order Ione's book, Poor Little Sick Girls, here!Want to support the podcast? If you're a brand or organisation that could help us continue the show, Please fill in this form. Can't wait to hear from you!We'd love to know what you think about our podcast. Fill out this survey here to have your say <3 Have an opinion and want to be featured on an upcoming episode? We want to hear from YOU! Send us your thoughts on this episode to email@example.com, leave a review, or drop us a DM on Instagram. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This week on the pod, Jordan tells Sarah mostly meaningless information about Olivia Wilde (Booksmart) and Harry Styles (One Direction Fan Fic Star) and their relationship. You can follow us soon on our not yet created instagram!
Drama. Faux feminism. Gaslighting. It's all here. Olivia Wilde's follow-up to Booksmart is here and it isn't good! Caitlin and Laura return to the show to discuss the cooler stories this film could have told, its tired politics, some juicy behind-the-scenes Hollywood gossip, and the interior design choices we liked. ReComradationsEvan: Hold the Girl - Rina SawayamaCaitlin: How Should a Person Be? by Shiela HetiLaura: Catch Me If You Can, dir. Steven Spielberg (2002)Check out Cailtin's SubStack!Rate + review the show on the podcatcher of your choice!Join the Kino Lefter DiscordJoin the Kino Lefter Facebook group "Kino Lefter VIP Cinema Experience"Get access to Primo Lefter, our weekly bonus show on our Patreon for just $3 per month.