The Kindlings Muse: Gone Baby Gone, Michael Clayton, Amazing Grace, No Country for Old Men, and More

Author and radio star Dick Staub hosted another engaging, spirited discussion of movies over at Seattle’s Hales Brewery last week.

I joined Staub, Greg Wright, and Jennie Spohr to discuss Gone Baby Gone, Michael Clayton, Dan in Real Life, Amazing Grace, The Wind that Shakes the Barley, The Devil Came on Horseback, Vanaja, Longford, and No Country for Old Men.

You can download and listen to our conversation here.

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