On this special episode of the podcast, my sister Nelly joins me. First of all, I should say that I love, love, love having my little sister around. I’m very happy and alive when I’m with her. I love my baby sister.
So we had watched two epic films, Parasite and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless mind. We go into real heavy discussion about both films and the parallels to real life.
This episode is very spoiler heavy so proceed with caution. We had a ton of topics to discuss, but we got so involved in these two movies and we expanded into so many subtopics around them that we didn’t get too far with anything else.
Parasite was one hell of a wacky film and in my opinion, the family’s greed led to the events that took place at the end. Totally unnecessary and entirely avoidable. Listen to my sister and I discuss the poverty we came from and whether or not it can be used as a justification for immoral and criminal acts.
Eternal Sunshine is a timeless film that I have watched over and over. It is truly one of my favorites films of all time. We’ll get very heavy into a discussion about whether or not you’d erase any part of your past or memories.
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