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Welcome back to Scotch & Cinema! This week we review the hilariously charming abortion-comedy Obvious Child, directed by Gillian Robespierre and starring Jenny Slate, Jake Lacy, and Gaby Hoffman.
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PRO TIP: PREPARE YOURSELF FOR SOME INTENSE FART AND VAGINA JOKES
Check out the trailer here:
Obvious Child Trailer
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This week we chat with Loc Dao, the head of the National Film Board of Canada.
His studio is responsible for interactive documentaries like Welcome to Pine Point.
Their current exhibit in conjunction with The Guardian is called 7 Digital Deadly Sins.
Check it out!
We’ll also be talking with DJ Dane and DJ Molly of BTR’s very own dating relationship talk-show, The Hash.
That’s right folks, get ready for some Scotch & Hash…
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Be sure to check out this week’s broadcast of The Hash
Last but not least, we sit down and chat with Chris Teague, cinematographer for Obvious Child. Tune in to hear some of his insights into the making of the film!
Now for our drinking game…
I. Whenever there’s a vagina joke — take a drink.
II. Whenever there’s a fart joke — take a drink.
III. Whenever there’s a stand-up routine — take two drinks.
IV. Whenever there’s an abortion joke — FINISH YOUR DRINK.
If you know of any indie flicks you think we should cover, or if you just love our drinking game, give us a shout on our twitter @Jess_Ayn
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We’d love to hear your feedback!
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