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The Criterion Collectors: Episode 4 – Childhood Film

Co-host Tim Rosenberger—a 25 Years Later film writera blogger, and YouTuber —and new co-host Rosalie Lewis, a writer, discuss Criterion films about childhood: the 1959 Japanese film Good Morning by director Yasujirō Ozu, British director Ken Loach’s 1969 film Kes, and The Spirit of the Beehive, a 1973 film by Spanish director Víctor Erice.

We hope you enjoy this episode of the Criterion Collectors, and if you haven’t already, check out the others in this series on our Anchor FM site:

Written by Tim Rosenberger

Tim Rosenberger is a Midwest journalist with a passion for film, a Star Trek phaser in the bathroom, and a last name that’s always spelled wrong. He’s a lover of all film genres and time periods but does lean towards pre-1960s movies, with a particular love for the ‘30s and ‘40s. A film blogger, video reviewer and podcaster in his spare time, he lives with his wife, a cat who hates him, and his adorable and way cuter than your child daughter.

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