Cast and Crew of Inside Llewyn Davis at Cannes
Film cast – Photocall – Inside Llewyn Davis © FDC / T. Delange

The latest episode of Oscar Podcast with Sasha Stone and Ryan Adams of Awards Daily is in the can. Can you believe we’ve done 31 of these?

This week we give a little wrap up on the sights and sounds of Cannes 2013 and we all talk about how much we all liked Behind the Candelabra which debuted on HBO Sunday following its well-received premiere at Cannes. And because it’s the topic du jour, we air out some of our ambivalent feelings toward Palme d’Or winner La Vie d’Adele (Blue is the Warmest Color). For what it’s worth, our commentary was made before the author of the graphic novel on which the film is based expressed dissatisfaction with the portrayals of sex in the film.

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2 Responses to “Oscar Podcast Episode 31: Post-Cannes Edition”

  1. I saw Behind the Candelabra yesterday. Really really good film with stellar acting from Damon and Douglas. Liked the way Soderbergh treated the characters naturally.

  2. I probably already said this somewhere, in fact I think I said it in the podcast, but Douglas was the big surprise for me. Damon was undeniably fantastic, but I already knew he was capable of doing what he did. Douglas I didn’t expect at all.

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