The Cine-Men, Episode 34: Films of Revolution.

When one thinks about Independence Day in the States, absent thoughts of food and fireworks, we think of freedom. Thing is, freedom doesn’t just mean breaking ties with a governing power. Sometimes freedom comes in the form of breaking free from your personal restrictions or breaking out of someone else’s hold. With special guest Kevin Sampson, owner/operator of film review site Picture Lock Show, Darryl and Douglas discuss and examine the films they think bring about a special form of revolution.

Episode Description:

Cine-Men hosts Douglas Davidson and Seed return with guest Kevin Sampson to discuss films they’ve seen recently and their favorite movies about revolutions, liberations, and breaking free.

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