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Errol Morris Wrap-Up

Errol Morris podcast review

Werner Herzog was so convinced that Errol Morris could not finish making his first film, he vowed to eat his shoe if proven otherwise. Herzog did eat that shoe and cinema was better for it. The guys look back at the films they covered of Errol Morris and his lasting impact on the medium. They discuss films of his they didn’t cover like The Unknown Known and they reveal their next subject of the podcast. Get excited!

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Episode #104 — The Fog of War

The Fog of War podcast review

With history it feels easy to assign someone as a hero or a villain. The Vietnam War still haunts and angers many Americans and one of the men seen as its central figure was Robert McNamara. He was the Secretary of Defense under Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. In the film The Fog of War, he gives a cinematic interview where he discusses everything. The build-up, the reactions and the mistakes of the Vietnam War in this complicated and fascinating film.

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