Movie of the Year: 1975 – Dog Day Afternoon

Movie of the Year: 1975

Dog Day Afternoon

Dog Day Afternoon is one of the biggest movies of 1975, discussed here for the first time on Movie of the Year!

On a very special episode of Movie of the Year: 1975, the Taste Buds bring their own brand of off-kilter hi-jinx to the 1975 cinematic classic, Dog Day Afternoon.  In this capital-F Film, a bank robbery goes wrong and turns into a hostage situation, which also goes pretty bad if I’m honest. We get into the audience’s evolving understanding of the movie’s main character and the tonal shifts that run through the movie. Also, we discuss how the film approaches the sexuality and gender of its characters. Because it is our solemn duty, we construct a Mount Rushmore of 1975 music. Because it is your demand, we are adding to our hallowed Pop Filter Presents The Pop Filter Hall of Fame. Plus they’ll hand out some awards! All of that, and more, on an all-new Movie of the Year!

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