Published on:

4th Aug 2021

Ep. 6 In the Cut

Jane Campion, director of The Piano, released an erotic thriller in 2003 starring rom-com darling Meg Ryan and a mustachioed Mark Ruffalo. Jacob and Kieran dive into female directors in Hollywood history, debate whether this should be an erotic drama or murder mystery, and marvel at the sheer strangeness of this film.


The Art of Disarticulation by cinecultist

Mark Ruffalo's Mustache

'In the Cut' and How Marriage Can Kill You, Actually by Margaret Roarty


Awakening (Instrumental) by Wataboi https://soundcloud.com/wataboi

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About the Podcast

Second Cut
Reviewing Movies With Mixed Reviews
Lots of film podcasts focus on great or bad movies, but what about the ones in the middle? Join film critics Jacob, Kieran, Sam, and The Film Magazine crew as they examine the discourse around and content of films with mixed reviews. If you want thoughtful analysis from dedicated cinephiles, this is the show for you!