On the 231st episode of Piecing It Together, Josh Bell returns to the podcast to discuss the Hitchcockian Netflix dark comedy thriller Windfall starring Jesse Plemmons, Jason Segel and LIly Collins. The film didn’t make much noise when it dropped a couple weeks ago but we had a great time with it. Puzzle pieces include The Ref, Parasite, The Social Network and plenty of Hitchcock.

As always, SPOILER ALERT for Windfall and the movies we discuss!
https://www.netflix.com/title/81483895

Director – Charlie McDowell
Writer – Charlie McDowell, Jason Segel, Justin Lader
Starring Jesse Plemmons, Jason Segel, Lily Collins
Netflix

Josh Bell is a film critic whose reviews can be read at CBR, Crooked Marquee, The Inlander and elsewhere. With comedian and filmmaker Jason Harris, he co-hosts the podcast Awesome Movie Year, at awesomemovieyear.com or wherever you listen to podcasts.
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