WR026 – S&M, “The Duke of Burgundy” and the Films of Todd Solondz

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We enter strange new territory in the world of S&M as depicted in Peter Strickland’s new film “The Duke of Burgundy” now available in limited release in the US and on VOD. We close the episode with a look at the dark, often misunderstood, films of Todd Solondz and his masterpiece “Happiness”.

Happiness

“Happiness” (1998) dir by Todd Solondz

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