Manage episode 243678330 series 2415063
20 years ago this week, 2 of the Sundance Film Festival’s favorite sons both leveled-up with their respective genre exercises and experienced creative breakthroughs. Yet, for some reason, Steven Soderbergh’s melancholy daylight noir, The Limey and David O. Russell’s Heller-esque military satire, Three Kings rarely get mentioned in the same breath as either director’s later successes.
We’re here to change all of that with dual reappraisals and hosannahs in a podcast ode to the first week of 1999!
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