By Matt Neglia
For this week’s main podcast review, I am joined by Amy Smith, Josh Parham & Daniel Howat. Together, we’re reviewing the latest film from director George Miller, “Three Thousand Years Of Longing,” starring Tilda Swinton & Idris Elba. The film premiered out of competition at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and is following up the biggest success of his career with the critically acclaimed and Oscar-winning “Mad Max: Fury Road.” It’s the kind of film a filmmaker as visionary as Miller could only make after the success of his previous film because it’s one hell of a big swing, filled with fantastical imagery and lots of flashbacks in a sprawling love story commenting on the nature of storytelling. What did we think of the story, performances, and technical aspects? Tune in below to find out. Thank you, and enjoy!
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