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Aug 4, 2014


This episode sounds a bit "hollow", as we tried to record it with a fan on and then removed the noise in edits. Think of it as a communique from the liminal realm beyond the 4th dimension. 

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We begin in a state of heated passion, with a pair of meditations on love, artistic inspiration, renunciation, and the tragic fate of time tossed muses. 


Our travels commence with Jeannot Szwarc's Somewhere in Time (1980), starring Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour, Christopher Plummer, and Teresa Wright. 


Then it's on to William Dieterle's magnificent Portrait of Jennie (1948), Luis Bunuel's favourite Hollywood film (and who are we to disagree with Bunuel?).



We hope you've enjoyed our ramblings - there's a lot more to come!

We'll be setting up a Facebook account for the podcast in the not too distant future, but, for now, you can always write to us at anotherkindofdistance[at] 

Please let us know what you think of our approach - and chime in with your own impressions. We're all living in the same time period - we ought to take advantage of that, don't you think?