FilmFrame Ep. 5 – Thelma

Thelma, FilmFrame, Joachim Trier, Eili Harboe

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On episode five of the FilmFrame podcast, co-hosts Orla Smith and Scott Wilson discuss Joachim Trier’s Thelma, as well as listing their top 5 non-comic book films about superpowers, and talking about Take This Waltz, The Legend of Barney Thomson, Ingrid Goes West, and more.

TIMECODES
0:00-0:52 – Introduction
0:52-11:36 – Suburbicon, Beach Rats, Jane, Ingrid Goes West, Murder on the Orient Express, Battle of the Sexes, Bjork’s and Sufjan Stevens’ new albums
11:36-47:33 – Top 5 non-comic book films about superpowers
47:33-54:28 – Thelma non-spoiler introduction
54:28-1:37:43 – Thelma spoiler discussion
1:37:43-1:41:32 – Thelma non-spoiler final thoughts and ratings
1:41:32-2:02:33 – Film swap: Take This Waltz
2:02:33-2:12:10 – Film swap: The Legend of Barney Thomson
2:12:10-2:17:46 – Film swap recommendations for next week
2:17:46-2:20:20 – Outro


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A young college student in Oslo named Thelma (Eili Harboe) deals with violent seizures and burgeoning telekinetic powers, both of which seem to be triggered by her romantic interest in a female classmate (Kaya Wilkins).

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<p>Orla thinks that Sofia Coppola is the greatest living director, so you’ll probably disagree with her at least 50% of the time. At least. She was born and raised in Watford which, for all you internationals out there, is near enough to London for you to mentally-register it as such, if you don’t know what a Watford is. She’s studying film and hopes to make a few of them herself one day, but in the meantime she’s happy watching, writing and talking about them every hour of every day. Really, it’s unhealthy. Somebody should stop her.</p>