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069: C’mon C’mon, The Hand of God, and Lars von Trier’s Breaking the Waves

We've got new reviews of C'mon C'mon and The Hand of God, plus a discussion of Lars von Trier's Breaking the Waves
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Arthouse Garage: A Movie Podcast
069: C'mon C'mon, The Hand of God, and Lars von Trier's Breaking the Waves

“Nobody knows what they’re doing with these kids. You just have to keep doing it.”

On today’s episode, we’ve got a review of the new A24 film from director Mike Mills, C’mon C’mon, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman. 

After that, it’s a review of the new on from Italian Director Paolo Sorrentino, which hits Netflix soon. It’s called The Hand of God.

And to wrap up the show, Michael Dougherty joins for the next installment of our series on religious transformation, called The Art of Deconstruction: Faith, Doubt and Film. We talk about the 1997 Lars von Trier film Breaking the Waves, and things get….emotional. Don’t miss that!

I also do a quick segment on the other films I’ve been watching, including: 

Full episode transcript coming soon.


Trailer for C’mon C’mon

Trailer for The Hand of God

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Andrew Sweatman

Andrew Sweatman

Andrew is a writer, podcaster, and film lover who wants to help people think critically about movies. He lives in central Arkansas with his wife Allison and two children, Rosie & Beau. Andrew is the Senior Editor at Arthouse Garage and a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association (SEFCA). Find him at and on Twitter and Instagram: @ArthouseGarage.

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