CCU39: The War Room, Politics in Film
Aaron is joined by Keith Enright for a discussion of politics, new and old, through the lens of The War Room (1993), the behind-the scenes 1992 Clinton campaign documentary. We go into depth about the backroom politics and how those are what defines the campaign, but are usually far from the public eye. We contrast the politics of today and yesterday by looking the current affairs and Robert Drew’s Primary.
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Special Guest: Keith Enright from the Criterion Completion. You can find him on Twitter
Episode Links & Notes
0:00 – Introduce and Welcome Keith
3:40 – Keith’s FilmStruck take.
12:00 – Collecting discussion.
19:00 – The War Room
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Posted on May 30, 2016, in Criterions, Film, Podcast. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
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