This week on the Time on Screen, Zach is joined by Kat Shoulders to talk about Arrival, Denis Villeneuve’s 2016 first contact tale starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner. Arrival is the kind of movie that Time on Screen was made for: deeply interested in time itself as a theme, with a narrative structure that contorts and reconstructs our sense of time throughout. If you’ve seen the film, this is a really fun discussion that fully dives into the complex implications and questions that Arrival brings to the surface. And if you haven’t seen it? Well, you’ll want to do that before hitting play on this one, because it’s impossible to discuss without spoiling.
Time on Screen Podcast: Arrival
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