The films of director Nicolas Winding Refn (DRIVE, ONLY GOD FORGIVES) are known for their distinctive visual style and their often graphic depictions of violence. His latest - THE NEON DEMON - is no exception. DEMON stars Elle Fanning as a young model new to Los Angeles. Carnage ensues. This week, Adam talks with Winding Refn and Fanning, and he and Josh share a review of DE PALMA, a new documentary that reconsiders the work and career of another director whose films depict their share of carnage - Brian De Palma.
0:00-3:43 - Billboard / Donations
3:43-28:12 - Interview: Nicolas Winding Refn and Elle Fanning
Music: Case Lang Veirs, "Atomic Number"
40:25-56:50 - Notes / Massacre Theatre
56:50-1:20:24 - Review: "De Palma"
1:20:24-1:36:52 - Close / Hot Mics
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