Russ Fischer of /Film, Curt Holman of Creative Loafing [Atlanta], and I have recently started up Running Dialogue a podcast where we talk about movies, which is appropriate seeing as we all write about them on a regular basis. In our second podcast we talk about Shutter Island, Martin Scorsese’s career and influence, our film recommendations, and then near the end of the podcast we talk about Shutter Island but with spoilers.
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