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|Posted: Tue Mar 21, 2017 11:31 am Post subject: See Hear Podcast Episode 39 - Still Crazy
Itís time to dust off the spandex, reglue the spikes onto your high heeled shoes and to find out the flame does indeed still burn for episode 39 of See Hear Podcast. This is a show where we discuss films that have music or musicians as part of the narrative Ė fictional or documentary.
Itís time to dust off the spandex, reglue the spikes onto your high heeled shoes and to find out the flame does indeed still burn for episode 39 of See Hear Podcast.
This month, Tim, Bernard, and Maurice are joined by host of Love That Album: The Compilation Edition (and a gazillion other podcasts), Eric Reanimator to discuss the 1998 film Still Crazy penned by highly regarded English scriptwriters Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais (co-writers of The commitments). Strange Fruit were a once-popular band who reform 20 years after their last disastrous show. They have many unresolved issues, and need to know if at middle age, they still have something artistically valid to offer each other and the music listening public. The film boasts an all-star cast including Bill Nighy, Timothy Spall, Billy Connolly and Jimmy Nail.
The crew discuss 70s songwriters, Live Aid, confidence, getting the horn, Harry Potter, and the so-called physical similarity between a cast member and a See Hear crew member. What did we think? Download and find out.
Many thanks to Eric for requesting the film and for joining us to discuss it.
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