Episode 9: Daisies

35 minutes

On this episode of It’s the Pictures That Got Small, Karina Longworth and Nate DiMeo are joined by Tony-winning director Rachel Chavkin to watch the proto-punk, cult-classic of the Czech new wave, Daisies! Join them as trample on a trifle (or a row of lettuce? or possibly ignore a “keep off the grass” sign? They’ll sort it out while serving insane, Instagram-worthy looks)!

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Stuff We Talked About

24 Hour Party People

Good Bye Lenin!

NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert

The Great

Forever’s Gonna Start Tonight

Beach Rats

Anything But Love

Around the World in 80 Days



Next Week:

We’re watching Sidney Lumet’s, The Verdict, with Mark Olsen of the L.A. Times!


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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