Pursuing Health in an Anxious Age by Bob Cutillo, Free for CAPC Members
Dr. Cutillo seeks to engage readers in rethinking, and re-engaging, health and care from a redemptive approach.
Seeing and Believing takes a journey into a realm whose bounds are that of imagination in today’s episode. Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is a movie more than two decades in the making, but it’s finally out. With Adam Driver as a creatively frustrated film director and Jonathan Pryce as the eponymous crackpot knight, was this film worth the wait? The Jordan Peele-produced revamp of The Twilight Zone also gets a look this week. The guys examine how well the first three episodes of the new series fills the shoes of the beloved original.
Music interlude by the Fisherman, “Bad Timing.” Used under Creative Commons license 3.0.
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