Hereditary, Edie, Tully, Sweet Country, Kira Puru – Not A Knife

Reviews of HereditaryEdieTully and a Best of 2018 so far. An interview with Sweet Country director Warwick Thornton. Also, a quick look at indigenous artist Kira Puru and her new song Molotov.

(As a sidenote, I called Diablo Cody’s directorial debut Heaven in this episode. It’s actually Paradise. Still not a perfect film, but one that I do enjoy.)

Pick up Kira Puru’s Molotov right here.

Check out other great shows on the Auscast Network here. Show featured in this episode: Hong Kong Confidential.

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Andrew F Peirce

Andrew is passionate about Australian film and culture. He is the co-chair of the Australian Film Critics Association, a Golden Globes voter, and the author of two books on Australian film, The Australian Film Yearbook - 2021 Edition, and Lonely Spirits and the King. You can find him online trying to enlist people into the cult of Mac and Me.

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