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The Trio Simpatico Podcast

TRIO SIMPATICO is a series of rollicking, uncensored discussions on a wide variety of pop culture subjects. Co-hosts Dave and Josh sit down weekly with various guests to explore a plethora of topics. From Star Wars to board games and fashion to wrestling no subject is taboo. If there's someone who wants to talk about it, and we're into it too, there's an outlet for it here on TRIO SIMPATICO!
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Now displaying: February, 2019
Feb 27, 2019

We are back with another episode about MISSED MOVIES: POPULAR FILMS WE'VE NEVER SEEN!  This time our very own co-host David Tavolier discusses his first viewing of the David Lean film THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI while Joshua and returning guest CARL RANDLES listen intently!

During this episode we really go on a fair amount of tangents, in true TRIO SIMPATICO style.  Listen in as Joshua and David discuss several other popular films they've never seen.  Hear Carl get interrogated about zoo hypotheticals.  And enjoy the trio discussing filming techniques of British television of the late 1970's!

Plus we discuss other works of, David Lean and Pierre Boulle, the creative geniuses who conceived of this masterpiece! 

All this and MORE on this episode of TRIO SIMPATICO!   

Feb 19, 2019

TRIO SIMPATICO returns with our latest theme-of-the-month! This month is MISSED MOVIES: POPULAR FILMS WE'VE NEVER SEEN!  For this episode David and Joshua are joined by returning guest CARL RANDLES to discuss Terry Gilliam's BRAZIL!

Two of the Trio had never seen this dystopian cult masterpiece previously so we take some time to not only talk about this movie but several other Terry Gilliam works as well. 

Listen in as we discuss which aspects of modern life BRAZIL predicts correctly, praise this wonderful cast of British master thespians (and Robert De Niro), and as we try to pierce the veil of meaning behind the imagery of this strange futuristic narrative.

 

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