Digital Fix FilmCast Vol 3: Crime Movies
Well after we seduced the elderly gentleman in the corset in volume one and then boiled the family's bunny with our animated podcast, we return from being drowned in the bath to discuss our mortal liking for three great crime movies. Elliot Foster cracks the whip and starts us off with City Of God, Fernando Meirelles and Katia Lund's tale from the slums of 60's and 70's Brazil.
Here's the trailer:
click here to read more on Fernando Meirelles and click here to read more on City of God
Next up, Matt Shingleton gets his gang together, dons his black gloves and cracks open Michael Mann's Thief. A meeting of golden age of Hollywood story with post new wave aesthetics, or a bit like Lucio Fulci? Here's the trailer:
click here to read more on Thief and click the film's title to read more on Manhunter, and Heat
Finally, I join the family table and prepare to tuck in to Claude Chabrol's La Ceremonie. A late masterpiece from Claude Chabrol adapted from Ruth Rendell's excellent A Judgement in Stone. Here is the French trailer:
For more on the film click here and for much more on Claude Chabrol click here
Do let us know any thoughts you have on favourite crime movies. The next podcast will be looking at westerns.
The theme music for this Digital Fix Filmcast is:
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