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On this day we discuss one Mr Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox. Cusscusscuss.
On this episode we chat about Lenny Abrahamson's paper mached Frank. Enjoy!
On this week's podcast we discuss Park Chan Wook's Snowpiercer. If you make it to the end you will be rewarded with some baloon animal ASMR.
These students know what they’re talking about!! Very fun to listen to:) Sometimes too much laughing but it is fine.
Should have reviewed earlier but I got distracted. Very surreal hearing my feedback being discussed, like I was there scolding you for going off topic, but engaging at the same time. Keep having fun! Look forward to the next episode. Cheers! more
Sounds like a nice little group. Some interesting thoughts and observations. Keep it up!
These guys are adorable. Weird, but adorable.
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The Oddity Film Society launched 3 years ago and published 37 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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