Four perspectives about a film about four perspectives. Pretty meta, eh?
In this episode, Danny welcomes Todd Pedlar, Carter Stepper, and Michial Farmer for a discussion about Akira Kurosawa's groundbreaking 1950 film, Rashomon. Why is this film so revered in the history of cinema? How does Kurosawa's technical mastery contribute to the existential philosophical questions Rashomon poses? How does this film's famous exploration of subjectivity speak to our current "Post-Truth" moment? All this and a new intro!
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Crossover time! Danny welcomes Josh Mozug and Calvin Holloway, hosts of the Let god Die podcast. Introduced by mutual friend of the shows Chris Bernstorf, Danny, Josh, and Calvin discuss podcasting as kind of ministry. What prejudices and pre-conceived ideas limit our relationship with God? How do other peoples' stories impact our faith? What are the limitations and dangers of storytelling? How does podcasting serve others? These questions and more!
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