On the 132nd episode of Piecing It Together, film critic Caitlin Kennedy joins me to talk about Arkansas, a southern fried crime thriller that’s the writing and directing debut of comedic actor Clark Duke. Equal parts Coen Brothers and Tarantino, it’s a solid debut that wears its inspirations on its sleeve. Puzzle pieces include Pulp Fiction, Hell Or High Water, The Odyssey and No Country For Old Men.
As always, SPOILER ALERT for Arkansas and the movies we discuss!
Writer / Director – Clark Duke
Starring Clark Duke, Liam Hemsworth, Vince Vaughn, John Malkovich, Michael Kenneth Williams, Vivica A Fox
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