Film Studies – Black Cat, White Cat (Ida & Zare vs the Gangsters)

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Not only Kalum from “The Rolistes Podcast” returns with an episode of Film Studies this month, but also two of our favourite guests from our “Delicatessen (Butchers & Feelings)” episode are back:

Follow us to the banks of the Danube River! It is not quite clear where in Central Europe it might be. A colourful gallery of characters await you in Emir Kusturica‘s “Black Cat, White Cat” from 1998.

As usual, we review this film and discuss ways it could inspire tabletop RPG adventures, characters or practices.

Mentioned tabletop RPG settings and systems:
Other things

The Roma Do Not Exist: The Roma as an Object of Cinematic Representation and the Question of Authenticity” a thesis by Sean Homer

Once more, our next episode is already recorded!

BananaChan and Yvonne H. (Sen.H.H.S) joined me to discuss about ” The Chinese Feast” from 1995 directed by Tsui Hark.

See you then for more silver screen extravaganza.



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