Sep 14, 2011
They tell us God is dead. And now the Party, they call the uncle, will provide everything for us. The Enemy is inside us. No one can be trusted. This week, we travel to the far side of the world for a look at foreign correspondants and the challenges they face on the job. First is Roland Joffe's 1984 harrowing true story of Pol Pot's Cambodia, The Killing Fields. Then we take a look at our second installment of our Peter Weir festival, 1982's The Year Of Living Dangerously, starring a incredibly young Mel Gibson. Then, our top 5 movie reporters. With Palcher out of town last week, and Sherlock gone this week, we were able to just squeeze this one in! Send us some feedback and rate us on itunes.