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The Sound Barrier Podcast: 8: The Phantom Carriage & A Ghost Story
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Spooky happenings over on Silent London this week, where the Sound Barrier Podcast dabbles in the supernatural, otherworldly and ectoplasmic. Or rather, a pair of meditative films which use death, and the afterlife, to dwell on the nature of existenc[…]

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The Sound Barrier Podcast: 7: The Battles Of Coronel And Falkland Islands & Dunkirk
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We are back from our summer holidays, which we luckily didn’t spend off the coast of Chile, the South Atlantic or a beach in France. I’m sure all of those are nice places now, but as shown in this weeks two films, they had their moments o[…]

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The Sound Barrier Podcast: 6: Der Müde Tod & The Seventh Seal
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Ah Death. May your cold embrace be delayed, but when you grasp me at least do it with the humility and grace you do in this week’s Sound Barrier podcast. For this week Peter Baran and Pamela Hutchinson discuss the recently re-released Der Müde[…]

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The Sound Barrier Podcast: 5: Wall-E / The Red Turtle
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On the fifth Sound Barrier we have no guests, but an extremely animated discussion about – oh, did you see what I did there. We are comparing a Pixar classic with a brand new, but dialogue free, movie. So the dialogue free movie The Red Turtle […]

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The Sound Barrier Podcast: 4: Mindhorn / The Mystery Of The Leaping Fish
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This fortnights Sound Barrier podcast tackles comedy for the first time. And in particular the comedic potential of detectives and drugs. On the modern corner with have British meta farce Mindhorn, where Julian Barrett plays Richard Thorncroft who pl[…]

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The Sound Barrier Podcast: 3: The Wind / Lady Macbeth
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The Sound Barrier podcast is back with an episode about women up against the patriarchy, the odds and some mighty gusting wind. And we look at two actresses, one at the height of her powers and popularity, in Lillian Gish, and one virtual unknown who[…]

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