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Beyond the Big Screen

with Steve Guerra

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Blade Runner 2049 – Reimagined and as Relevant as Ever
January 24, 2022 - 54 min
Title: Blade Runner 2049 – Reimagined and as Relevant as Ever

Description: Today we are joined by our frequent guest, Erik Fogg of the Reconsidered Podcast to talk about the sequel and reimagination of Blade Runner – Blade Runner 2049 (2017.) Director Denis Villenueve examines some of the questions of the first Blade Runner movies and expands upon them. This movie stars Ryan Gosling, Bautista, Harrison Ford and an incredible performance by Robin Wright.

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Erik Fogg of the Reconsider Podcast
www.reconsidermedia.org

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"Crossing the Chasm" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Begin Transcript:

, [00:00:00] this is beyond the big screen podcast with your host, Steve Guerra. Welcome back to beyond the big screen today, we are very happy to be joined by Eric of the reconsider podcast. And today we're going to take a deep dive into the movie blade runner 2049. And if you listened to last week's episode, we talked about blade runner from 1982.
So these are two great episodes to listen to back to back. Uh, so I highly suggest you go back and listen to. Episode, but it's not required, obviously, uh, not so much because you need that as background knowledge for this movie or episode it's just because it was a great show. So thank you so much, Eric, for being on today.
Yeah, my pleasure. I love your show and I love this movie and I love talking about great. Thank [00:01:00] you. So reconsider as a podcast about politics and news, but it's really much more than just the news of the day sort of thing that you can get on TV or radio Zander and Erik, which I'm sad to say. Zander, wasn't able to join us today.
But they help you contextualize current politics and history and the broader forces and in political theory. Reconsider helps you rise above the one-liners the 140 character politics and the tribal narratives, their motto is we don't do the thinking for you and they really don't. And that's why I think it's such an amazing podcast.
Do you have anything you could add to that, Eric? No, thanks, man. I, I think one of the things that I really like about reconsiders that Zander and I don't always agree on everything and we do a great job. I think showcasing how to discuss stuff in a way. Um, you know, in a way, which we're really learning.
And one of these days I want to do a behind the scenes episode where we actually, [00:02:00] uh, you know, cause we build these, we build these episodes out with a lot of disagreement and then we do a bunch of research and, and learn some stuff as we go. So I kind of want to do one of these blind to, to show a little more of how we do that.
But that's my, my favorite part is, is whenever we disagree and it's a good time. Yeah. It's a really cool, I'd love to listen to an episode like that. Now, um, this movie blade runner 2049 is currently in the theaters. If you're listening to this show in the 2017, 2018 time period, it stars Ryan Gosling as K Harrison Ford reprising his role as Decherd there's Robin Wright, Penn, and a bunch of other great actors.
It was released in October of 2017. We will definitely have a few spoilers in this episode. So I think this is, yeah, but I think this is a good way to help you understand the movie
Coming Soon - Joy and Hopelessness
January 21, 2022 - 3 min
Coming Soon - Joy and Hopelessness

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Blade Runner (1982) – Lost In Time, Like Tears in Rain
January 20, 2022 - 39 min
Title: Blade Runner (1982) – Lost In Time, Like Tears in Rain

Description: Today we are joined by our frequent guest, Erik Fogg of the Reconsidered Podcast to talk about a trailblazing piece of science fiction, 1982’s Blade Runner starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and More. We will continue to examine the themes this movie evokes. It is more than just the singularity and the role of artificial intelligence. The movie makes us wonder what it really means to be human.

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Erik Fogg of the Reconsider Podcast
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, [00:00:00] this is beyond the big screen podcast with your host, Steve Guerra. This is part two of a two-part conversation on the 1982 movie blade runner with Eric and Zander from the podcast reconsider. I highly suggest you go back and listen to part one of this conversation. Don't worry, we'll be waiting for you beyond the big screen.
You brought up those ideas of niche, Nietzschean and, um, the Christian elements and all of those really come together. One Roy confronts, Dr. Tyrrell. What happens there. And what, how do those themes all tie together that you've brought up, that you brought up earlier? I it's funny. I, I, as I was making my notes, I was thinking, oh, this is my favorite scene.
Now this is my favorite scene. [00:01:00] Now this one, and I have six, I realized six favorite scenes. So this is one of them. And what happens is, uh, Roy finally gets to Dr. Tyrrell by. Tricking Sebastian and then coercing Sebastian, uh, and they get access. What's interesting by is by playing and finishing the same moves as what's called the immortal game in chess.
So it's a famous 18 hundreds chess game where. The, I forget the guy's name, um, whatever, where the guy who ended up winning sacrifice, tons of pieces to fool his opponent, into making a move that exposed the king. And so we had checkmate with some minor pieces at the end. Um, those pieces of course, represent those minor pieces, represent the, uh, the replicants who are treated like pawns.
The king of course is Dr. Tyrrell. And so once. Makes those moves over the phone. [00:02:00] Tyrrell actually, Roy tells Sebastian to do it. Sebastian makes those moves over the phone and Tyrell is very impressed and he says something must be on your mind. Sebastian, come on in. And then big reveal. Roy is there Tyrrell, doesn't seem to surprise.
He actually says like, oh, I'm surprised it took you so long to get here. He knew that Roy was coming to talk to him. They have this discussion over whether Tyrrell can give Roy more life, uh, but Tyrrell cannot. And they, in that discussion, Tyrrell tries to reason with Roy saying that he's lived this incredible.
Powerful. Um, flourishing life, especially compared to other humans. And he has the quote, the candle that burns twice as bright, burns, half as long. It's this great scene of his face being very fatherly. And in fact, of course being the character of God, he created Roy. He decided how long Roy got to live. Um, and he's judging Roy as having lived a good life and sort of saying it's okay for you to die.[00:03:00]
And here's where the Nietzschean moment. Uh, God reveals himself to be powerless, to
Blade Runner (1982) – Reinventing Science Fiction
January 17, 2022 - 51 min
Title: Blade Runner (1982) – Reinventing Science Fiction

Description: Today we are joined by our frequent guest, Erik Fogg of the Reconsidered Podcast to talk about a trailblazing piece of science fiction, 1982’s Blade Runner starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and More. This film reimagined and reinterpreted Philip K. Dick’s classic novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” Although the movie is 40 years old, it is more relevant today than it was in the early 1980s.

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Erik Fogg of the Reconsider Podcast
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, [00:00:00] this is beyond the big screen podcast with your host, Steve Guerra. Welcome today. We are going to talk about the 1982 movie blade runner based on the Phillip K Dick novel, do Androids dream of electric sheep. The book and the film are set in a near future. Post-apocalyptic dystopia. One of my favorite genres as is common with the dystopian science fiction, John.
Blade runner addresses a number of political and political science issues, political theory, and even philosophy are important for our frameworks while blade runner is not overtly political, it does tie deeply into questions of humanist and theological philosophy and to morality as well. Ultimately, all of this is critical for us deciding on what [00:01:00] political action, which is just our own moral, personal, moral action on collective scale to take.
It's why it's fascinated Eric for so long, and I'm very happy to be joined by Eric and Zander hosts of reconsider podcasts. Thank you guys so much for coming on today. We are happy to be here. Thanks for having us. Reconsider is actually a political podcast. Eric and Zane. Help you contextualize current politics and history and broader forces and political theory reconsider helps you rise above the one-liners the 140 character politics and tribal narratives.
Their motto is we don't do the thinking for you. And they really don't. That's why it's such an amazing podcast and one of my personal favorites. Thanks. But before we dig in too deeply, the. Here's some production details. We watched the final cut, which is the director's edition. Eric, you had commented on that.
Why do you think [00:02:00] that that's a better cut of the film than it? It went through several evolutions. Yeah, it actually went through four there's the theatrical cut. The international cut. The director's cut. And the final cut. The final cut being the one that really Scott. Like the best. And I have strong opinions on this and I think most other diehard blade runner fans do, there's a consensus generally that the final cuts the right one, not only because really Scott liked it best.
Uh, I don't know if Philip K Dick liked it best, but the reason we like it best is that the theatrical cut, um, has a number of, uh, sins. The biggest of which is the ending. The second biggest of which is the fact that. Um, Harrison Ford does a monologue. It does it like a backwards memory monologue. Like a lot of new are like, ah, she walked in and was the most beautiful woman I'd ever seen lights up to hair kind of thing.
And unfortunately what that does is it not only sounds [00:03:00] stupid in the context of what is otherwise a beautiful. Uh, but it also takes
Coming Soon - Dark Ages and Tears
January 14, 2022 - 4 min
Coming Soon - Dark Ages and Tears

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Klaus Fuchs: Traitor or Man of Conscience
January 13, 2022 - 52 min
Title: Klaus Fuchs: Traitor or Man of Conscience

Description: We are joined again by Michael Holzman author of Spies and Traitors and many other books on the topics of espionage, spies and deceit at the highest levels of government during the 20th century. Michael Holzman is going to guide us through the fascinating life of another spy, Los Alamos and Manhattan Project scientist Klaus Fuchs. We will try to figure out what Klaus Fuchs motivations were for providing important secrets to the Soviets.

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Michael Holzman author of:
Spies and Traitors: Kim Philby, James Angleton and the Friendship and Betrayal that Would Shape MI6, the CIA and the Cold War
https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Spies-and-Traitors/Michael-Holzman/9781643138077

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, [00:00:00] this is beyond the big screen podcast with your host, Steve Guerra. Thank you again for listening to beyond the big screen podcast. Of course, a big thanks goes out to Michael Holzman, author of spies and traders among other great books on espionage during world war two and the cold war links to learn more about Michael Holzman and his books can be found in the show notes.
A great way to support beyond the big screen is to leave a rating and review on apple podcast. These reviews really help me know what you think of the show. Other people learn about beyond the big screen to learn more about the Parthenon podcast networks and great shows like Scott ranks, history unplug James Early's key battles of American history, Richard Lim;s, this American president, and more can be [00:01:00] found at parthenonpodcast.com.
You can learn more about beyond the big screen, great movies and story. So great. They should be movies on Facebook and Twitter by searching for. A to Z history, you can contact me there, or just send me an email to my email, address, steve@atwosiehistorypage.coml inks to all of this and more can be found at beyondthebigscreen.com.
I thank you for joining me again beyond the big screen. And I think you're going to enjoy this one today.
Thank you for joining us today. Again, I am very excited to be joined again by special guests, Michael Holzman, author of the books, spies and traders, Kim Philby, James Angleton, and the friendship and betrayal that would shape the CIA and the cold war. Uh, Michael Holzman is the author of numerous books, [00:02:00] including James Jesus Angleton, the CIA and the craft of intelligence biography.
Guy Burgess and one on Donald and Melinda McLean, as well as the novel packs, 1934 to 1941. Today's episode is kind of a, uh, add on to our episode when we talked about Jason. Jesus Angleton and Kim Philby today, we're going to talk about another spy and trader who affected the entire trajectory of the cold war scientists, Klaus Fuchs.
The focus of most of your works is on cold war history and particularly spies and espionage during the cold war. How did you become interested in this topic? It's more or less an accident? I drifted into it. Um, I was interested. And ideology the way in which the ideas to. Basically, usually a dominant group affect the actions of everyone within that [00:03:00] group and everyone that's affected by it.
So, uh, a very good example of how that works. It's the, these groups of people, um, who are involved in espionage, not from. But because their beliefs, uh, Kim Philby, who we talked to about
Coco Chanel, Nazi Occupation, Collaboration and Historical Fiction
January 10, 2022 - 42 min
Title: Coco Chanel, Nazi Occupation, Collaboration and Historical Fiction

Description: Today we talk with author Gioia Diliberto about her historical novel: Coco at the Ritz. Coco Chanel completely reinvented fashion in the early 20th century. By the time the Nazi’s occupied Paris during World War 2, Chanel was fabulously wealthy and highly connected in the artistic and political circles of Paris. Gioia Diliberto brings this larger life character and setting alive in Coco at the Ritz.

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Gioia Diliberto
http://pegasusbooks.com/books/coco-at-the-ritz-9781643138411-hardcover

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, [00:00:00] this is beyond the big screen podcast with your host, Steve Guerra. Thank you for listening to beyond the big screen podcast, we are a member of the Parthenon podcast network. A huge thanks goes out to Gioia Diliberto author of the historical novel Coco at the Ritz links to learn more about Gioia Diliberto can be found at Gioia Diliberto dot.
Or in the show notes, a great way to support beyond the big screen is to leave a rating and review on apple podcasts. These ratings and reviews really help me know what you think about the show and by the magic of apple podcast algorithm, it helps other people learn about beyond the big screen. To learn more about the Parthenon podcast networks and great shows like Scott ranks, history unplug James Early's key battles of American [00:01:00] history, Richard lim’s, this American president, and more can be found parthenonpodcast.com.
You can learn more about beyond the big screen, great movies and stories, so great. They should be moving. Facebook and Twitter by searching for a twosie history, you can contact me there or send me a good old fashioned email to my email address, steve@atozhistorypage.com links to all of this and more can be found at beyondthebigscreen.com.
Thank you for joining me again beyond the big screen.
I am really excited to welcome our very special guests today. Gioia Diliberto, author of Coco at the Ritz. A novel Gioia has written biographies on Jane Adams, Hadley, Hemingway, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Brenda [00:02:00] Frazier. Today, we are going to talk about Coco Chanel, the Paris fashion scene during the Nazi occupation and historical fiction.
And I really loved the genre of historical fiction. And part of the reason I started this podcast was my interest in learning the real story behind historical fiction and the decisions authors make when writing historical fiction. So I'm definitely excited to talk about this today. I guess, a good place to begin is who was Coco Chanel.
Well, she was a fashion designer who revolutionized fashion after world war one. She basically got women out of corsets and all their fancy clothes for dragging skirts and fancy hairdos with hairpins and, um, pared down the look of. Women's fashion, which is, uh, an essence, a style of elegance and chic that still influences fashion and defines how a lot of women want to look.[00:03:00]
Now, she was extremely well connected. Who are some of the people she knew? When was her circle in this artistic community and Paris at that time? Yeah, she was very well connected.
Coming Soon - Collaboration Deceit and True Belief in WW2
January 07, 2022 - 4 min
Coming Soon - Collaboration Deceit and True Belief in WW2

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The Passion and Mel Gibson
January 06, 2022 - 67 min
Title: The Passion and Mel Gibson

Description: The Passion of the Christ from 2004 is one of the most influential movies on Christianity of all time. Critics claim the movie was too graphic in its violence, it has anti-Semitic themes and that it went too far from the Gospel accounts. Steve and Garry Stevens of the History in the Bible Podcast will look at what this movie got right and talk about why Mel Gibson made some of the decisions he did when taking this larger than life story to the big screen.

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Garry Stevens of the History in the Bible Podcast
Historyinthebible.com

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, [00:00:00] this is Beyond the Big Screen Podcast with your host, Steve Guerra. Thank you for listening to beyond the big screen podcast, we are a member of the Parthenon podcast network. A huge thanks goes out to Garry Stevens yet again, of the history and the Bible podcast links to learn more about Garry and his podcasts can be found historyinthebible.com or in the show notes.
A great way to support beyond the big screen is to leave a rating and review on apple podcasts. These reviews really help me know what you think of the show and help other people learn about beyond the big screen, more about the Parthenon podcast network can be found. Parthenon podcast.com. You can learn more about beyond the big screen, great movies and stories.
So great. They should be movies on Facebook and [00:01:00] Twitter by searching for a to Z history. You can contact me there or just send an email to my email address, steve@atozhistorypage.com links to all of the, some more can be found beyondthebigscreen.com. I thank you for joining me again behind the big screen.
welcome back to another collaboration between the history of the papacy podcast, the history and the Bible podcast. And I'll put on my beyond the big screen. Podcast had too. So I'm wearing two hats. If you were watching on YouTube, which we're not doing YouTube anymore, but if we were on YouTube, I'd be wearing two hats.
I suppose you can imagine that. But today we're tackling the big one, the, the movie of all movies, [00:02:00] history of Christianity related history of Bible, Judaism, you name it. And that is 2000 fours. The passion of the Christ written and directed by Mel Gibson. So, Garry, how are you doing today? I'm doing fine. And you know, I have difficulty believing that movie came out 17 years ago.
Yeah. It's pretty unbelievable. It feels like it just came out last month or something. And I believe that they're coming out with the sequel to it in not too long from one more recording. That's yeah, that'll be interesting. The, um, Jesus pot too. And maybe it's, it's titled the passion resurrection. So I
Noah: More than Just an Ark
January 03, 2022 - 61 min
Title: Noah, More than Just an Ark

Description: Today we are joined by Garry Stevens of the History in the Bible Podcast to talk about the Biblical story of Noah from the Old Testament or Hebrew Bible. We will use the 2014 film Noah starring Russell Crowe to examine this popular story. We also see how this movie used non-Canonical texts, such as the Book of Enoch. This movie is much more complex and nuanced than any Hollywood movie deserves to be!

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Garry Stevens of the History in the Bible Podcast
Historyinthebible.com

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[00:00:00] This is Beyond the Screen Podcast with your host, Steve Guerra. Thank you again for listening to Beyond the Big Screen Podcast, we are a member of the Parthenon podcast network. Of course, a big thanks goes out to Garry Stevens of the history and the Bible podcast links to learn more about Garry and his podcast can be found historyinthebible.com or in the show notes.
Garry is a frequent guest of both beyond the big screen and the history of the papacy. I always enjoy talking to Garry Good friend and I think you will definitely enjoy today's episode. A great way to support beyond the big screen as to leave a rating and review on apple podcasts. These reviews really help me know what you think of the show and help other people learn about beyond the big screen, more about the Parthenon [00:01:00] podcast network found at podcast.com.
You can learn more about beyond the big screen, great movies and stories. So great. They should be movies on Facebook and Twitter by searching for a to Z history. You can contact me there or just send me an email to my email address steve@atozhistorypagedotcom links to all of this and more can be found at beyondthebigscreen.com.
I thank you for joining me again beyond the big screen.
Today, we're going to talk about a movie called Noah, a 2014 movie produced by Darren Aronofsky who brought us movies, such as PI the wrestler, which, um, Garry noted that he liked that. And I liked that movie as well. And several other great movies. The runtime for this movie [00:02:00] was two hours and 17 minutes or forever.
I'm not what sure it was. It was a close call. It starred Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Russell Crowe as Noah. And he's a Countryman of yours. Right. And a fellow Australian. Weekly's a Kiwi, but we claim all new Zealanders as Australian. So yeah. Yeah. He's really a versatile actor. I've really enjoyed just about every movie I've seen him in.
Although he's one of those actors like, um, he's basically the Australian Tom Hanks. He's he's Russell Crowe and every movie. A slightly different Russell Crowe, but he's still Russell Crowe. Yeah. I mean, he almost has the same haircut and every movie, the haircut and the beard that's um, he's Russell Crowe.
Yeah. Then you have Jennifer Conley. Then you have Jennifer Connelly, Noah's wife, Nama and [00:03:00] Connelly. She's an American actress. Then she starred in movies. Very various quality. She won an academy award star opposite Russell Crowe and another Russell Crowe movie. A beautiful mind. Boy, maybe that's another one for the future episode.
And then we have Ray Winstone starring as. Ray Winstone and no, no, no. He stars as a, somebody named tubal Cain who pro
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