Director Brian De Palma made his mark in the ‘70s alongside contemporaries like Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola and Steven Spielberg. But 40 years into his career, his legacy is less secure than his peers. A new doc - called, simply, DE PALMA - asks us to reconsider the director and his work. Adam and Josh do just that this week with a Blindspotting review of De Palma’s 1984 erotic thriller BODY DOUBLE. They also return to their Contemporary Nordic Cinema Marathon with Roy Andersson's YOU, THE LIVING.
0:00-1:44 - Billboard
3:24-28:12 - Blindspotting Review: "Body Double"
Music: Band of Horses, "Country Teen"
31:26-50:41 - Notes / Polls
50:41-1:03:22 - FS Recommends: "Finding Dory," "Popstar," "Love & Friendship"
Music: Band of Horses, "Throw My Mess"
1:04:30-1:13:20 - Donations
1:13:20-1:32:16 - Nordic #3: "You, The Living"
1:32:16-1:47:03 - Close / Hot Mics
-Josh's "Body Double" review
-Josh's "You, The Living" review
-Sam's "Fantastic Mr. Fox" review
-The Forgetful Film Critic
-Tapped: A Treasonous Musical Comedy
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.