Film A Week Podcast Episode 12: “The Searchers” (Greatest Films…Serg Has Never Seen Month)

“That’ll be the day!”

Film a Week Podcast takes hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi to the Old West with 1956’s “The Searchers” as part of “Greatest Films…Serg Has Never Seen” month.

Listen as hosts converse about the acting of “The Duke” John Wayne complete with bad John Wayne impressions, the direction of John Ford (along with his old curmudgeon self), cinematography only hipsters would envy, and the constant and frequent tonal shift throughout the film’s run time. They also discuss the film’s treatment of Native Americans and racism as well as the nature of the film’s greatness.

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Recorded January 3, 2017
Uploaded January 13, 2017

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