I adore this week’s podcast episode

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We’ve got the gorgeous and brilliant screenwriter Jenny Lumet on the show, and she’s talking about writing one of my all-time favorite movies, Rachel Getting Married, what it’s like in Hollywood right now, and giving yourself permission to write, among other things. Additionally, she talks—really movingly—about calling out music executive Russell Simmons for sexual assault in the Hollywood Reporter, which led to his resignation. She’s also quite hilarious and a lot of fun, so don’t miss out on this one. You can listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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8 Thoughts on I adore this week’s podcast episode
    DB
    5 Oct 2020
    11:39pm

    Fantastic! I’m a Black woman of a certain age and was thrilled.

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    Rae
    29 Sep 2020
    10:29am

    I wanted that episode to keep going. I always enjoy your podcast but that was incredibly strong and touched on so much, with humor no less! Thank you

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    Suju
    29 Sep 2020
    4:18pm

    LOVED this episode! A friend of mine will soon be editing on Clarice and I was excited to hear her even touch on it and also just loved her candor and her self-awareness.

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    Suju
    29 Sep 2020
    4:19pm

    LOVED this episode! A friend of mine will soon be editing on Clarice and I was excited to hear her even touch on it and also just loved her candor and her self-awareness. Also the second person on one of your podcasts recently who’s mentioned Edith Wharton and now I’m going to re-read Age of Innocence. And of course rewatch Rachel Getting Married.

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      Suju
      29 Sep 2020
      4:20pm

      Oops! I posted the half finished thought first 🙁

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    SlyBK
    30 Sep 2020
    9:11am

    SO SO GOOD! And Kim, you have the best laugh! I love hearing it on the podcast. 🙂

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    LisaC
    29 Sep 2020
    9:27pm

    This podcast was exceptional. Just when I think they can’t get any better (because they’re already great) – they do.

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      Colleen D
      30 Sep 2020
      9:34pm

      TOTALLY AGREE!!

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