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Each week, I explore micro-moments, acting choices and all of the magic in the minutiae--the nuances, if you will--that make a scene great. Take a drink every time I talk about a Best Supporting Actress nominee.

In the Details: a Celebration of Nuance Colin Drucker

    • TV und Film

Each week, I explore micro-moments, acting choices and all of the magic in the minutiae--the nuances, if you will--that make a scene great. Take a drink every time I talk about a Best Supporting Actress nominee.

    Episode 43: On My Bobby Baby 35th Birthday

    Episode 43: On My Bobby Baby 35th Birthday

    Stephen Sondheim's 1970 musical "Company" snuck up on me at the perfect time in my life. In the months before I turned 35, I discovered (a)musical theatre I genuinely liked and (b)a deep understanding and appreciation of the central character of Bobby. And not for nothing, the music is full of nuances, from the over the top opening number to Beth Howland's breathless vocal acrobatics to the best supporting actress that is Elaine Stritch to the honky 70's-ness of it all. This week, we're diving into some of my favorite moments.

    Get in touch with me!
    Email: inthedetailspod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @colindrucker
    Instagram: @colindrucker

    • 44 Min.
    Episode 42: Troop Zero Gets a Badge in Nuance (w/ Jonathan Foster!)

    Episode 42: Troop Zero Gets a Badge in Nuance (w/ Jonathan Foster!)

    Allison Janney, Viola Davis, Edi Patterson, Jim Gaffigan and McKenna Grace (and little BSA Bella Higginbotham!) are at the heart of the charming, eventually tearjerking "Troop Zero" that just came out on Amazon Prime.

    My boyfriend Jonathan joins me again to queen out on the all-female writing and direction, Allison Janney's perfect timing, Viola Davis's sheer presence in anything, Jim Gaffigan serving Best Supporting Actor realness, and the surprisingly nuanced performance by McKenna Grace as Christmas Flint. On a related note, we recognize that indeed, you can pee on command.

    Follow Jonathan! @jonfost / @thicketnthistle (Instagram)

    Get in touch with me!
    Email: inthedetailspod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @colindrucker
    Instagram: @colindrucker

    • 47 Min.
    Episode 41: The 2nd Annual Nuancies

    Episode 41: The 2nd Annual Nuancies

    Awards season wouldn't be complete without the Nuancies! Once again we'll be looking back at the past year of In the Details and celebrating some of my favorite nuances, with five nominees but an embarrassment of winners. Plus, the second winner of the Beatrice Straight Award for Excellence in Nuance is named in a moving closing ceremony. Enjoy and thank you for indulging me, the Oscars are just such a snooze this year.

    Get in touch with me!
    Email: inthedetailspod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @colindrucker
    Instagram: @colindrucker_

    • 33 Min.
    Episode 40: Five Bonkers Movie Endings

    Episode 40: Five Bonkers Movie Endings

    Technically, this episode should be full of spoilers, but they're mostly for movies you'll likely never see anyway. This week, I'm diving into some of my favorite horror movie endings--but not for their cinematic brilliance. There is something wackadoo about these endings--they're over the top, chaotic, full of screaming and sweeping Pino Donaggio melodies, and they leave things on an unpredictable note that is both unresolved and completely satisfying.

    To see them for yourself, check out the links below!

    Eaten Alive: https://bit.ly/39QPxQD
    Tenebrae: https://bit.ly/2NaptX3
    Tourist Trap: https://bit.ly/2QXlMF3
    Carrie: https://bit.ly/2QBckIz
    Horror House on Highway Five: https://bit.ly/300R9mr

    Get in touch with me!
    Email: inthedetailspod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @colindrucker
    Instagram: @colindrucker_

    • 48 Min.
    Episode 39: Lipsticked Nipples (w/ Johnny from That's Spooky!)

    Episode 39: Lipsticked Nipples (w/ Johnny from That's Spooky!)

    Edith Massey is a nuance in and of herself. A quintessential best supporting actress in the world of John Waters, her deliriously batty, busty, forward-thinking Aunt Ida in "Female Trouble" is a queen ahead of her time. Johnny from the podcast "That's Spooky" joins me this week to sing the praises of Massey's inherent kindness, as well as her dental journey. Plus: John Waters' perfectionism, Mink Stole's gravitas, Katya's pitch perfect ode to Waters on Drag Race, cataloging, finding community through podcasting, a moment of exuberance from a wiener dog, a vague trauma memory of Polyester, some love for Mink Stole and spiders all over our tits.

    Find Johnny!
    Podcast: That's Spooky
    Instagram/Twitter: @thatsspookypod
    Johnny's Instagram: @pansytwist

    Get in touch with me!
    Email: inthedetailspod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @colindrucker
    Instagram: @colindrucker_

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    Episode 38: Patricia Clarkson Sits on the Stairs

    Episode 38: Patricia Clarkson Sits on the Stairs

    Patricia Clarkson takes a 3 minute cameo in an episode of "Broad City" and turns it into a masterclass in how to play genuine pathos and genuine bananas all at once. This week, I'm breaking down her monstrous mother-son showdown beat by beat, nuance by nuance.

    Watch it here: https://youtu.be/uNHoQ4Nii4w

    Get in touch with me!
    Email: inthedetailspod@gmail.com
    Twitter: @colindrucker
    Instagram: @colindrucker_

    • 24 Min.

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