Host Sergio Berrueta is joined by guest host Angelique Enos in order to talk about the 1957 musical classic “Funny Face,” starring Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire.
Here we discuss the transition of the 50’s to 60’s, would we actually watch the film again, the Paris Opera House and the beauty of Fred Astaire on stairs.
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Friendly Film Perspectives provides new perspective on film as the two hosts watch movies they have never seen before from a long list of films inside of the Fedora of Justice (a hat filled with movie titles).
Music featured this episode is “Magic Karpet” by Pogo. Pogo’s music can be found and downloaded here: pogomix.net/
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