Episode 4: 3 Women

42 minutes

On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by the creator of Mrs. America, Dahvi Waller. Join us at a western-themed cop-bar out by a shooting range and dirt-bike track as we make some cryptic, erotic mosaics and talk Robert Altman’s 3 Women!

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Movies Discussed in this Episode:


Portrait of Jennie

The Hunger

The Prestige

The many films of Robert Altman

Here’s the Randomizer app.

And, here’s that French interview clip.

Next Week:

We’re watching Casino with Lindsey Weber of Who? Weekly!


This show was produced with engineering assistance from Elizabeth Aubert.

Our theme music is by WMD.

All the little harp pieces are composed just for this show by the remarkable Mary Lattimore.

Our show logo comes from Nate’s Uncle Matt.

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