Henry's Crime

Elizabeth Nordenholt joins us to discuss Henry’s Crime, a movie that makes a half-hearted attempt at mirroring a Chekhov play and succeeds (?) to varying degrees depending on how hard you’re looking. We also discuss how not to direct a play, the threshold for goodbad movies, and why Henry’s logic was deeply, deeply flawed.

Elizabeth Nordenholt joins us to discuss Henry’s Crime, a movie that makes a half-hearted attempt at mirroring a Chekhov play and succeeds (?) to varying degrees depending on how hard you’re looking. We also discuss how not to direct a play, the threshold for goodbad movies, and why Henry’s logic was deeply, deeply flawed.

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