On Friday, Lass is More spent its time on character and discussing the importance of character in film. But, naturally, a few minutes on character isn’t quite enough to tell the full story, so we’re looking at it again this week.
Specifically, we’re looking at “Before we go” and “The End of the Tour.” These are both movies where two people spend the majority of the film talking to one another, but because of the characters themselves one of the movies works beautifully and one doesn’t.
You won’t be surprised to hear that both of these films are currently (recently) out on Blu-ray. One of them, of course, is worth your money and one is not.
If you don’t already know which is which–and, frankly, even if you do–you should listen. Trust me.
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