Denis Lavant’s Live Action CV – Cinema Eclectica 223

Denis Lavant’s Live Action CV – Cinema Eclectica 223

Limousines! Kylie! CGI rubber dragon sex! It can only be Leos Carax’s “Holy Motors” getting the Eclectica treatment from Aidan, Sarah and Graham. Deep thoughts will be had about religion, cinema and literature. Less-deep thoughts will be had about Denis Lavant’s old chap.

Elsewhere, there are new releases to be covered. Graham jets off with James Gray’s “Ad Astra”, as well as some less expensive but no less arduous travel in Werner Herzog’s “Nomad”. Sarah, meanwhile, reviews ’70s-set crime thriller “The Kitchen” and also talks about a woman who married the Golden Gate Bridge, because any show that starts with Holy Motors isn’t going to end up in a normal place.

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