Director Anna Rose Holmer had a Sundance hit earlier this year with her debut film THE FITS, a stunningly shot tale of a young girl coming to terms with the frightening reality of impending adolescence. On this week's show, a review of Holmer’s film, plus a 'Review Roundup' with thoughts on Michel Gondry's MICROBE & GASOLINE, the new doc NUTS! and STAR TREK BEYOND. Also the 5th film in our Contemporary Nordic Cinema Marathon - Aki Kaurismaki's "Le Havre."
0:00-1:12 - Billboard
1:12-24:03 - Review: "The Fits"
Lucy Dacus, "Map On A Wall"
28:42-53:38 - Notes / Polls
53:38-1:12:50 - Nordic #5: "Le Havre"
Lucy Dacus, "I Don't Want To Be Funny Anymore"
1:13:52-1:19:03 - Donations
1:19:03-1:40:27 - Review Roundup
1:40:27-1:57:51 - Close / Hot Mics
-"The Fits" theatrical release info
-Josh's review of "The Fits"
-Josh's review of "Star Trek Beyond"
-Matt Singer's "Star Trek Beyond" review
-Josh's review of "Microbe and Gasoline"
-Billy Ray Brewton's "Show Yourself"
The two Democratic congressmen sit down with Isaac Dovere over some beers to discuss why they felt compelled to start the Blue Collar Caucus and how they're going to help Democrats understand what they missed about the electorate in 2016.