Episode 6: Visual Style in the Patagonian Desert and the Making of Cary Grant

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Marc Yamada and Chip Oscarson discuss the interesting use of visual style in this week’s sleeper film The Desert Bride (00:21) as well as the making of Cary Grant in The Awful Truth (06:04), subjective documentary style in City of the Sun (08:25), and the emergence of African cinemas in connection with The Figurine (10:35). They also preview the films for Feb. 27-March 2 including Truman (Cesc Gay, Spanish, 2015), Cléo from 5 to 7 (Agnès Varda, French, 1962), Borg vs. McEnroe (Janus Metz Pedersen, Swedish/English, 2017), and the probing documentary What is Democracy? (Astra Taylor, English/Arabic/Greek, 2018).