Pedro Almodóvar has made some incredible films, but this is the first time we’re exploring his work on the Lambcast. January’s Movie of the Month is Talk To Her, a gripping and powerful story of two hospitalised women and the men who care for them.
Jay and Richard were joined by the film’s champion, Rebecca Sharp, as well as Jessica Manzo and a Lambcast newcomer, Marya Gates. Also on tap: Rants, Raves & Reviews of the Week and a game of Mystery Alaska.
10:01 Marya ranks the Jurassic franchise
12:24 Talk To Her discussion [SPOILERS!]
77:45 Rants, Raves & Reviews
95:30 Mystery Alaska Game
Here’s what the rest of the LAMB community had to say about Talk To Her:
A Film A Day
The Film Locker
Statis Mass Emporium
Old Films Flicker tumble: #Men Crying
Talk To Her: silent film
Secrets of a Soul
Michael Caine on The Graham Norton Show
Kirkham A Movie A Day – 2018 Film Year in the Rear View Mirror
LAMBscores: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Mule, Mortal Engines
Directors Chair: Shane Black announcement
Acting School 101: Rosamund Pike
Vote for February’s Movie of the Month
Who will win the 2019 Box Office draft?
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