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David and I are back with another episode of The Eclipse Viewer, the podcast dedicated to the Criterion Collection’s Eclipse Series of DVDs.

In this episode, the first part of two, we are joined by guest Aaron West to discuss the first two films found in Eclipse Series 21: Oshima’s Outlaw Sixties: Pleasures of the Flesh (1965) and Violence at Noon (1966).

Please find the podcast, the shownotes, and plenty of links over at CriterionCast here.

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In the next episode of The Eclipse Viewer the three of us will be back to finish out the final three films in the set: Sing a Song of Sex (1967), Japanese Summer: Double Suicide (1967), and Three Resurrected Drunkards (1968).

By | 2016-02-22T12:41:33+00:00 February 22nd, 2016|Categories: Eclipse Viewer, Film Reviews, Nagisa Oshima, Podcast|Tags: , |0 Comments

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