By Matt Neglia
For our second podcast review this week, Nicole Ackman, Eve O’Dea, Lauren LaMagna & guest Kathia Woods join me for our review of Rebecca Hall’s feature directorial debut “Passing,” based on the 1929 novel by Nella Larsen and starring Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga, André Holland, Alexander Skarsgård & Bill Camp. A complex story of identity, race and class in 1920’s Harlem, New York, the movie offered a lot of discussion points for us to talk about. What did we think of the film’s themes, performances, cinematography, and writing? We discuss all of these points and the film’s awards potential down below. Please give it a listen and enjoy!
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