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Today's episode focuses on the Jazz inspired bittersweet romance Wilderness, penned by our very own Neil Fox and directed by Justin Doherty. Both Neil and Justin subject themselves to an hour of intense Cinematologists questioning from Dario covering the development of the script, the unique production context, the casting and production design. We also get into the cinematic representation of relationships, particularly at their outset, and how the developmental phase of love can be a rollercoaster of contradictory feelings not always expressed in the most rational ways. The conversation also covers the release of the film to streaming sites at this particular moment, both in terms of issues around sexuality and race on screen, but also the after a year of the pandemic how much the world has changed from 2016, when the film was shot.

The film is available on streaming platforms including:

Google: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Wilderness?id=kzpGBLvw-LA.P&gl=GB

Amazon.co.uk: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wilderness-Katharine-Davenport/dp/B08VYWVXZY/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=wilderness&qid=1619440989&s=instant-video&sr=1-1

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Music Credits:

‘Theme from The Cinematologists’

Written and produced by Gwenno Saunders. Mixed by Rhys Edwards. Drums, bass & guitar by Rhys Edwards. All synths by Gwenno Saunders. Published by Downtown Music Publishing.

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