Ralph Fiennes joins us on the Curzon Film Podcast this week to tell us all about his third directorial effort, the Rudolf Nureyev biopic The White Crow, and we tumble down the creepy rabbit hole that is Jordan Peele’s doppelgänger horror, Us.
We begin with the most nervously anticipated horror of the year, Jordan Peele’s follow up to the surprise hit Get Out, it’s the terrifying Us. While on holiday, an African American family come face-to-face with demonic doppelgängers hell-bent on killing them.
Next up, Kaleem sits down with Ralph Fiennes to discuss his new film, The White Crow. This biopic of Rudolf Nureyev, possibly the greatest ballet dancer of the twentieth century, hinges on a climatic moment in the young dancer’s life.
Discussing the films are podcast regulars Sam Howlett, Ella Kemp and Steven Ryder, who are this week joined by a special guest reviewer, Kaleem Aftab.
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Produced by Jake Cunningham
Edited by Mark Towers