And we’re back! James and I are starting to get our groove back with recording, as our schedules are aligning far better than they have in some time, and because of that we almost made our monthly deadline. Almost. Now, with this episode we don’t have any tales of my failed pornographic exploits, but I promise we have plenty worth listening too this episode of High and Low (Brow).
As always we follow a theme for each episode, with this one focusing on movies based on “unfilmmable novels”. First up for us is the Louis Malle film Zazie dans le métro which is based on the French novel Zazie in the Metro, which focused on the gripping subject of colloquialism in the French language. The film that completes this dynamic duo is the Michael Winterbottom film Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story, which is based on the legendary British novel, The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman, which is considered one of the greatest humorous novels ever written. Will the film live pale in comparison? Will Zazie overcome the fact it’s French? And a french comedy at that?
This episodes theme is thanks to one of our listeners, Nat Almirall, and we like to reiterate how much we enjoy using your suggestions for themes and movies for us to watch for the show. If you have any recommendations for films we could watch for the podcast, or want to suggest a potential theme for us to use, or simply want to tell James how awesome he is, feel free to email us and tell us your ideas. If you enjoy the show make sure to subscribe through iTunes or our RSS feed so you can catch every new episode. Also, please friend James on Facebook. Because it will frighten and confuse him. And while you’re there be sure to join our relatively new Facebook group devoted to Where the Long Tail Ends.
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