Cool Breeze Over the Mountains: A Keanu Reeves Podcast

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Summary

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.

Show Notes

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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What is Cool Breeze Over the Mountains: A Keanu Reeves Podcast?

Each week on Cool Breeze Over the Mountains your hosts watch and discuss the intricacies of (almost) every film in the Keanu Reeves catalog, starting with his film debut in 1985 and moving to present day.