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LGM Podcast: On a Road Called Oppenheimer

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Yesterday (accidentally on the 78th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki) Abigail, Cheryl, Scott, and myself discussed at length our thoughts on Oppenheimer, which has already generated a number of posts on this very blog. The conversation included general reactions, an attempt to frame Oppenheimer with Nolan’s broader family of work, some thoughts on casting, some thoughts on Nolan’s interpretation of the history, and rumination on the nature of the relationship between politics and film criticism. Transcript available here. Enjoy!

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