In this podcast, I talk about the documentary film Sad Hill Unearthed, and what conclusions we should draw from it. The movie describes how four friends found and restored the cemetery in Spain used for the iconic climax of the 1965 Sergio Leone film The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly. We discuss how art can work to nurture dreams, and why you should follow your visions, no matter what other people may think.
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Check out my newly published essay collection Digest, covering all work for the past four years. It is available in Kindle, paperback, and hardcover:
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