Video & Podcast Review: Civil War

Video & Podcast Review: Civil War

In this episode of “You’re Watching a Movie with Silas Lindenstein,” Silas delves into A24’s latest cinematic exploration, “Civil War,” directed by the visionary Alex Garland. Join Silas as he breaks down the film’s complex narrative, highlighting the stellar performances led by Kirsten Dunst and the masterful direction that brings a dystopian America to life. We’ll discuss the chilling realism of the film’s portrayal of a divided nation and the exceptional sound design that immerses you right into the heart of conflict. Silas also addresses the film’s minor shortcomings, such as its plot holes towards the end, and explores the deeper themes of journalism in war-torn settings. Whether you’re a film buff or someone deeply concerned about the societal divides shaping our future, this episode offers a profound analysis of how “Civil War” acts as both a mirror and a warning. Tune in to understand why this film is a must-see and how it challenges us to reflect on the fragile state of our democracy. Don’t miss this thought-provoking discussion—perfect for those who love to peel back the layers of storytelling to uncover the core message of a film.

Video Review

Audio-Only Podcast

For the written Review, go here.

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When he’s not reviewing films or interviewing people for the Black & A Half podcast, Silas Lindenstein can be found in the greater metro Seattle, WA working as a real estate agent helping people buy and sell homes, or performing stand up comedy to fellow nerds. He has a wife and three children and desperately wants to learn to make the perfect homemade pizza.

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