One HEAT Minute: Episode #89 - Manohla Dargis
ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 "magnum opus" HEAT minute by minute. It's the 89th minute (1:28:00-1:29:00) - host Blake Howard joins the world's greatest living film critic, The New York Times co-chief film critic, Manohla Dargis. Blake and Manohla discuss the sensational orchestration of the ACTUAL first time that Pacino and De Niro share the screen, foreshadowing the finale with Vincent holding a gun and Neil literally boxed in his car, the first glimpse of the iconic Kate Matalini's diner scene and SO MUCH MORE. What do you say I buy you a cup of coffee and you have a listen?
MANOHLA DARGIS - CHIEF FILM CRITIC AT THE NEW YORK TIMES
Manohla Dargis grew up in the East Village in New York where she attended public school and was a frequent attendee at both St. Mark’s Cinema and Theater 80. She started writing about movies professionally in 1987 while earning her M.A. in cinema studies at New York University. A class with the longtime Village Voice critic J. Hoberman led to her being hired to write about avant-garde cinema for the Voice. She kept on writing and since then has written about a lot of movies for a lot of publications and her work has been anthologized in several books. She has been the co-chief film critic for The New York Times since 2004. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband. (Bio via The New York Times)
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