WR050 – ‘Hyena’ Review & the Edge of the Abyss in Abel Ferrara’s ‘Bad Lieutenant’

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This week we review Gerard Johnson’s ‘Hyena’, a film that Nicolas Winding Refn calls ‘the future of crime films’. For our follow up, we deprive Mikhail of the opportunity to discuss Herzog’s ‘Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans’ (2009) and force him finally to sit down and watch Abel Ferrara’s original and highly controversial ‘Bad Lieutenant’ (1992).

00:00 – 19:20 : Introduction/News

19:21 – 57:30: ‘Hyena’ Review

57:31 – 01:39:56: Abel Ferrara’s ‘Bad Lieutenant’

01:39:58 – 01:47:30: Closing Remarks/Blooper

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Gerard Johnson at work on 'Hyena'.

Gerard Johnson at work on ‘Hyena’.

Abel Ferrara & Victoria Bastel shooting a scene that was cut from the R-rated version of the movie.

Abel Ferrara & Victoria Bastel shooting a scene that was cut from the R-rated version of the movie.

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German release poster for 'Bad Lieutenant'.

German release poster for ‘Bad Lieutenant’.

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