At The Drive-In

9 - Morocco (1930)

av At The Drive-In | Publicerades 4/19/2020

"Morocco", the oldest movie I have talked about up to this point! And what a conflicting movie... couldn't tell if I was in awe or supremely disappointed. I guess a bit of both? Apologies for the more rambly structure of this episode, I suppose I wasn't quite ready to take on the challenge of speaking about concepts of gender in a coherent way but I sure gave it a go! There was also some more rambling than usual because this movie confused the hell out of me, if that doesn't become apparent by the end. If you aren't sure you want to listen to a rambly episode, I'll just say this: Marlene Dietrich. Enjoy!

Sources: 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morocco_(film)

http://parallax-view.org/2011/01/02/savoir-etre-josef-von-sternbergs-morocco/

Credit for theme:

Hot Swing by Kevin MacLeod

Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3885-hot-swing/

License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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A podcast where I talk about movies from the 30s to the 60s. I will be looking at the plot, themes, characters, funny anecdotes, and anything worth mentioning. The structure of the podcast will alternate between very famous movies from the time (eg Hitchcock) and lesser known movies that are definitely worth talking about. I will also be dedicating some episodes to specific actors and directors and looking at their contribution to cinema.