Thursday, you know what that means! Once again there is a new edition of the Heim Kino podcast, this time especially long and especially good. Maci and Chris chat about countless musicals and music films. First of all, the two tell you which musicals they have seen lately, then our cinema boys rave about their very favorite musical. For Chris this is “The Little Horror Shop”, Maci, however, swears by the acclaimed “La La Land” by director Damien Chazelle. In addition, it is also about dance and music films. Among other things, you can look forward to films like “Footloose”, the Beatles musical “Across the Universe” and a rant against “Cats” and the Netflix film “The Prom”. Finally, there is also a look at the Oscars 2021. This year, various music films are once again the focus of the event: The Pixar film “Soul”, the impressive chamber play “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and “Sound of Metal”. Have fun with the latest issue and let us know what you think about the topic.

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All topics in episode # 06 – Timecodes:
00:00:00 – Welcome and introduction
00:01:02 – Fanatic-religious film critics and the devil film “Crank 2”
00:05:13 – News
00:23:10 – A great excursion into the world of musicals and music films
00:24:53 – The Prom
00:29:06 – Guava Island
00:38:00 – Cats
00:49:50 – Across the Universe
00:55:00 – Der Kleine Horrorladen / Little Shop of Horrors (SPOILER!)
01:10:30 – La La Land
01:26:42 Musikfilme (Footloose, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Sound of Metal & Co.)

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