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I saved Latin. What did you ever do?

Lewis is back! For the last week he’s been recuperating in St Zardoz, the hospital for knackered podcasters. Lewis has had plenty of visits from 101 Films alumni – Ian, Kurt Humperdinck III and, of course, Tommy from Third Rock From The Sun. Now given a clean bill of health, he’s back to doing what he does best – being interrupted by Ian while trying to make a point.

This week 101 Films take their typically amateurish look at Rushmore, a listener recommendation. The boys discuss fifty years of Chinamen, the greatness of Bill ‘Dr Peter Venkman’ Murray, how good Wes Anderson’s later films are and how the Kinks should have split in the early 70s.

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101 Films Podcast 021 – Rushmore

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Director: Wes Anderson Year of release: 1998 Studio/Distributor: Touchstone Pictures Country: USA

Podcast 021: Rushmore

This week 101 Films take their typically amateurish look at Rushmore, a listener recommendation. The boys discuss fifty years of Chinamen, the greatness of Bill ‘Dr Peter Venkman’ Murray, how good Wes Anderson’s later films are and how the Kinks should have split in the early 70s.

101 Films Podcast 021 – Rushmore

Podcast 017: Submarine

Regular listeners to 101 Films probably picture Lewis and Ian as rugged, outdoor, macho types. Women want them and men want to be them, fine examples, as they are, of manhood. They weren’t always the confident adonises they are today. There was a time, believe it or not, that Lewis and Ian were sensitive and awkward teenage boys. This week 101 Films takes Lewis and Ian back to those adolescent days as they discuss Submarine.

101 Films Podcast 017 – Submarine