7R Ep. 16: Midsommar
In this episode of the Seventh Row podcast, we don’t agree on the quality of Ari Aster’s Midsommar, but do agree Florence Pugh is great in anything she does. Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney(@bwestcineaste) and Executive Editor Orla Smith (@orlamango) welcome special guest Scott Wilson (@scottaawilson) on the podcast to discuss the film’s style over substance, poorly written relationships, questionable understanding of graduate students, and the brilliance of Florence Pugh.
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