By Matt Neglia
As previously announced, we are diving back into the year 2016 with a few missing podcast reviews which we did not complete the year the site launched. This will culminate in NBP Film Community Awards and awards voted on by the staff towards the end of October. Next up is our review of Jim Jarmusch’s independent film “Paterson” starring Adam Driver. Premiering at Cannes in 2016 to universal acclaim, the quiet film picked up some steam with a few critics mentions for Adam Driver in the awards season. While it didn’t result in an Oscar nomination it put the film on the map for a lot of people and now we’re finally reviewing it here on the podcast. Joining me I have Ryan C. Showers & Josh Parham. Take a listen down below and enjoy! Also check out our previous 2016 review of “20th Century Women” here.
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