Lockdown Links #4

Daily Dose of Doctor Who.

Tonight saw a global simultaneous rewatch of The Day of the Doctor and as you can see Steven Moffat wrote a new scene to introduce the festivities:

New on the streaming services.

Bit of a lean day. Amazon Prime has Tucker: The Man and His Dream by friend of the MCU Francis Ford Coppola and MUBI offers Melville's Le Cercle Rouge.  In the should have been a theatrical bracket, Curzon has The Truth and Dogs Don't Wear Pants.

So that they don't leave left out, my retrospective Netflix pic would be Man on a Ledge which is exactly the film you would expect it to be until it isn't.  Has an absolutely barnstorming performance from Elizabeth Banks which reminds us what a multi-faceted artist she is.


How Film Noir Tried to Scare Women out of Working:
"In the period immediately following World War II, the femme fatale embodied a host of male anxieties about gender roles."

Streaming: our guide to Disney+ as it launches in the UK:
"Five months after its introduction in the US, and with serendipitous timing, Disney+ finally reaches the UK next week. But what to watch?"

The Austin Chronicle on Archive.org:
"The Austin Chronicle is an alternative weekly, tabloid-style newspaper published every Thursday in Austin, Texas, United States. The paper is distributed through free news-stands, often at local eateries or coffee houses frequented by its targeted demographic."

Tonight's Album:

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