109: Sweeney Todd
This week, David is joined by sit-in cohost, James Harleman of Cinemagogue, to discuss Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007). We discussed the film’s “off-ness” as a glib musical about mass murder and cannibalism, the nature of sin and its generational impacts, the value of hopelessness in films, and much more!
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