Listen To Outside Centre Podcast Episode 127

Earlier this month I recorded my July episode of the Outside Centre World Cinema Podcast. On episode 127 myself and podcast host Theo Neumann have a chat about 3 films from Finland, Italy and ending in Romania. Which of the three did we like and which ones we didn’t? Did we love or hate them all?

Click on the ‘LISTEN TO EPISODE 127′ link which will take you to the podcast {link takes you to the Podcast’s page at, the podcast host).

We begin with Finnish BDSM film Dogs Don’t Wear Pants, a medical professional gets drawn into the world of BDSM as a means to getting over the death of his wife.
Next, Italian dramedy Parasdise, directed by Davide Del Degan, making his first full length feature film here. It’s about Calogero who gets relocated to Northern Italy on a witness protection program after seeing a murder taking place in his native Sicily. Sooner rather than later his past quickly catches up with him however.
We end wish a look at The Whistlers, Gomo award winner as well as being at Cannes 2019 and being Romania’s entry for the Foreign Language Oscar this year. It follows Cristi who goes to the Canary Islands to learn the whistling language of the natives, in order for him to secretly converse with the mafia and enable the release of boss Zsolt.


This Episode  and previous episode  are also available at: Apple Podcasts | Breaker | Google Podcasts | Overcast | Pocket | RadioPublic | Spotify | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS

If you want to here any of the previous episodes I was on, click on the links below. The Outside Centre isn’t just myself, they release 2 episodes a month with filmmaker/writer Ben Woodiwiss the guest critic on the other episodes.  To listen to those episode click on ‘All Episodes’ link below…

Episode 119 Episode 121 | Episode 123 | Episode 125 | Episode 127All Episodes

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