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TruStory CrossTalk: The Law in Film

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It’s time to cross wires! This week on the show, Pete Wright, Andy Nelson, and Seth Nelson bring together The Next Reel Film Podcast and How to Split a Toaster to talk about their favorite experiences of the law in film. Part of CrossTalk from TruStory FM.

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It’s time to cross wires! This week on the show, Pete and Seth bring Andy Nelson of The Next Reel Film Podcast to talk about their favorite experiences of the law in film. Part of CrossTalk from TruStory FM.

The Next Reel Film Podcasts have been covering film and popular culture since 2011, dissecting movies in obsessive detail. They’ve even covered legal movies, but only as ignoramuses in the audience. This week, they get to find out how much they got right, and how much they should care.

We all know Seth’s love of movies, even if he doesn’t always back it up with an encyclopedic knowledge of industry trivia. This week, law school will finally pay off as he teaches the movie guys a thing or two.

Seth

  1. My Cousin Vinny
  2. The Paper Chase (1973)
  3. A Few Good Men
  4. Intolerable Cruelty

Pete

  1. 🌟12 Angry Men (1957)
  2. Chicago (2002)
  3. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
  4. Reversal of Fortune (1990)

Andy

  1. Miracle on 34th Street (1934)
  2. Kramer vs. Kramer
  3. Liar Liar
  4. The Accused

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