171: Eighth Grade
This month, our Patreon Supporters, like, picked Eighth Grade for us to review, and – um – we’re so glad they did!
David and James go back to middle school with Kayla Day and have a chance to talk about identity, fathers, social media’s impact on socialization, and how the heck this moving drama came from the mind of Bo Burnham.
It’s a film worth seeing and finding folks to converse with about both the imminent, era-specific themes and the timeless ones it touches on.
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