One HEAT Minute: Episode #123 - BILGE EBIRI (FILM CRITIC FOR NEW YORK MAGAZINE & VULTURE)
ONE HEAT MINUTE is the podcast examining Michael Mann's 1995 "sea of unquantifiable connections" HEAT, minute by minute. It's the 123rd minute (2:02:00 -2:03:00) - host Blake Howard joins the world-renowned film critic for the Village Voice (R.I.P), Rolling Stone, New York Magazine, Vulture (and elsewhere) - Bilge Ebiri. Blake and Bilge discuss how strange it is that Van Zant is watching hockey in L.A prior to his murder, realising suddenly that Neil has thief skills and breaking with the discipline to discuss another scene in the film that Bilge claims could re-educate movie illiterates on the power of cinema. How the hell should I know why you're not listening.
Bilge Ebiri is a film critic for publications such as L.A. Weekly, New York Magazine (Vulture), The New York Times and the Village Voice (RIP). Bilge is also a writer and director, known for New Guy (2003), Purse Snatcher (2006) and The Barber of Siberia (1998).
Bilge’s Michael Mann Articles: