Movies and Tea #27 – The Ice Storm

The next episode of Movies and Tea is here as we continue to look at Ang Lee’s directorial films. This next one is The Ice Storm and we’ve invited a guest to discuss the film with us. Head over to Movies and Tea blog and check it out. While there, let us know if you’ve seen this movie and your thoughts on it.

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Set over the thanksgiving weekend of 1973, Ang Lee here sets out to capture the changing times of the era as two upper class families attempt to find themselves in surburban hell set against a backdrop of adultery and key parties here Lee brings together an impressive cast for his adaptation of the Rick Moody novel.

Norman from Flickhunter joins us once again to the discuss the film and explore the various plot threads within this tale of family dysfunction.

Music on this episode

Too Late to Turn Back Now – Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
Keith Mansfield – Funky Fanfare
I Got a Name – Jim Croce

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