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The Criterion Collectors: Episode 13 – Unexpected Christmas Movies

Hosts Rosalie Lewis, a writer for FThisMovie.net, and Tim Rosenberger — a 25 Years Later film writera blogger, and YouTuber –discuss why independent, black-and-white, 1961 film noir Blast of Silence and 1983 war film Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence starring David Bowie may contain unexpected Christmas moments and themes.

The Criterion Collectors: Episode 13 – Unexpected Christmas Movies by The Criterion Collectors

Hosts Rosalie Lewis, a writer for FThisMovie.net, and Tim Rosenberger — a 25 Years Later film writer, a blogger, and YouTuber –discuss why independent, black-and-white, 1961 film noir Blast of Silence and 1983 war film Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence starring David Bowie may contain unexpected Christmas moments and themes.

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Written by Tim Rosenberger

Tim Rosenberger is a Midwest journalist with a passion for film, a Star Trek phaser in the bathroom, and a last name that’s always spelled wrong. He’s a lover of all film genres and time periods but does lean towards pre-1960s movies, with a particular love for the ‘30s and ‘40s. A film blogger, video reviewer and podcaster in his spare time, he lives with his wife, a cat who hates him, and his adorable and way cuter than your child daughter.

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