Trying to explain what we talk about in this podcast review of Holy Motors would take its own podcast review. With the help of academic Adam Bowes, Dylan and Caroline did their best to make sense of a movie that includes
- simulated sex between snake-people
- prosthetic erections
- a sewer-dwelling Parisian troglodyte
- and an accordion-based halftime show
Dylan Clark-Moore is a podcast creator and blogger at NetFlakes. You can find him on Letterboxd and Twitter.
Caroline Diezyn is a podcast co-host and blogger at NetFlakes, and a PhD student, writer, and artist in London, Ontario. You can find them on Letterboxd and Twitter.
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End credit music:
Chenosky / “First Echoes” / taken from Odiamo / 2016 / used with permission from A Person Disguised As People