Three Colors: White (Episode 35) - Hot Date with Dan and Vicky
Release Date: 09/02/2016
On Hot Date 35, Dan and Vicky discuss 1994's White, the middle film in the Three Colors trilogy from late Polish director Krzysztof Kieślowski. Zbigniew Zamachowski plays a man shunned by his spouse (Julie Delpy), adrift in his adopted country of Paris and longing for a return to his Polish homeland. When a chance encounter leads him back to Poland, he uses the opportunity to exact an insidious revenge on his estranged wife.
Dan talks about his recent stay in Maryland, his upcoming show at BAM and recent watches like 1984's RepoMan, the HBO doc Hitchcock/Truffaut, the new film Lights Out, Bryan Cranston's Trumbo and the awful Boy Next Door. Vicky reports back on Suicide Squad, Sausage Party, Ben-Hur, the Netflix series Stranger Things, older films Magnificent Seven and The Misfits and her run in with Madonna!
You'll also hear the pop music of February 1994, a little Hakuna Matata, and learn how Vicky feels about the Hamilton soundtrack. And be warned, there will be SPOILERS for the film.
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