One HEAT Minute: Episode #39 - The Sinner Files (Stu Coote and Josh Corbett)
We've already learned from Vincent Hannah that if "I do for you" you better "do for me." In that spirit I roped in The Sinner Files podcasting team in for a crossover episode of ONE HEAT MINUTE - after joining them to confess my sin of gluttony on their terrific podcast. ONE HEAT MINUTE for new listeners, examines Michael Mann's 1995 crime epic HEAT minute by minute (38:00-39:00). Host Blake Howard talks to Stu Coote and Josh Corbett about match-cuts, "husband and wife stuff," and how Josh sees absolutely nothing wrong with Neil's interior design philosophy.
The Sinner Files is a semi-weekly podcast where the team confess, debate and atone for their biggest cinematic sins. Hosts Stu, Josh & Liam as we take a trip down memory lane and cover the ins and outs of your favourite films of all time, delivering tidbits that you may have missed and riffing on how films hold up to the light of revisionist history.
I confessed to the sin of Gluttony in relation to HEAT, which they define as:
Gluttony is the overindulgence and overconsumption of anything to the point of waste. Gluttony can be interpreted as selfishness; essentially placing concern with one's own impulses or interests above the well-being or interests of others.
The sin of Gluttony is committed when the sinner has viewed a movie to excess. The movie, be it good or bad, is a creature comfort that is constantly revisited. The sinner will purge this sin by justifying what it is about the movie that continues to bring them back.
Here Stu, Josh and I are talking about HEAT on The Sinner Files podcast: