In this episode, co-hosts Zach Betonte and Gary Sargenson look at one of the definitive independent films of the 90's, Vincent Gallo's comedy drama, "Buffalo '66". They discuss the film's extreme portrayal of a man-child, Gallo's command of cinematic form, and the film's more impressionistic sequences.
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Links for Reference:
"Buffalo '66" Takes A Break For A Lyrical Tap Dance Routine
Vincent Gallo: Artist, Auteur, Or Just Plain Annoying?
Vincent Gallo Versus The Critics