Sound On Sight Podcast #381: ‘Post Tenebras Lux’ and ‘To The Wonder’

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Mexican director Carlos Reygadas (Japón, Silent Light) had critics divided with his latest, Post Tenebras Lux (the title is a Latin phrase meaning “after darkness, light”). Met with boos following its premiere at Cannes last year (although it went on to win the Best Director prize), Post Tenebras Lux represents the director’s attempt to make a personal work. This week we sit down and discuss its many unforgettable and ominous images. After we take time to also discuss Terence Malick’s beautiful, compassionate, tragic and transcendent To The Wonderalso booed at Cannes. Joining us this week is Sound On Sight contributor Zachary Lewis – also of In Review Online.

Playlist:

Andy Quin – “Awakening”

Chapel – “Satan’s Rock n Roll

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The Sound On Sight podcast was launched in late 2007 from the ashes of a radio show titled, The Naked Lunch, a show which aired on CJLO, 1690 AM in Montreal. Our podcast is marketed principally towards students and genre enthusiasts, and typically features in-depth discussion and debate on contemporary film. Throughout the years, the podcast has been nominated one of the best film shows world wide by several outlets including, MovieMaker Magazine.

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One Response to Sound On Sight Podcast #381: ‘Post Tenebras Lux’ and ‘To The Wonder’

  1. TheMovieWaffler (@themoviewaffler) February 9, 2014 at 5:42 pm

    I read the devil sequence as a dream of the son who had been watching Pink Panther cartoons and blends the Panther with the character of Seven, hence the toolbox.

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