I think this week’s episode of Someone Else’s Movie is the shortest one to date, but that’s the price of snagging talent in advance of a film festival: You never get enough time. (In fact, I recorded an even shorter episode yesterday. which you’ll get to hear in a couple of months.)
But the show is about quality, not quantity, and Ronnie Rowe, Jr. on Mathieu Kassovitz’ La Haine was certainly a quality conversation. … and one that was especially relevant to the subject of Cory Bowles’ vicious little movie Black Cop, in which Ronnie stars. The movie has its world premiere at TIFF tonight and screens twice more over the course of the week; it’s well worth your time, and you can get tickets here if you’re so inclined.
Also, you should listen to the episode. You can get it by subscribing to the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or Stitcher, or you can just download it straight from the web. Do whatever works for you. We’re cool.