1 hr 8 min

Munich, Part 1 Truth vs Hollywood

    • TV & Film

Dave and Joanna talk about Steven Spielberg’s acclaimed and controversial film Munich, starring none other than Eric Bana for some reason. How many people does it really take to do a years-long intelligence operation? Is six enough? Why are there still no women in this film? Plus we hear from journalists and athletes about what really happened at the Munich Olympic village and why so many things went wrong. 




This episode is sponsored by:

Purple

Asian Enough Podcast

Mint Mobile




Truth vs Hollywood’s theme is “Temples” by Six Umbrellas. Music in this episode is “Not Alone” by Lee Rosevere; “Petrichor,” and “Parasite” by Scott Buckley; and  “Scenery”  by Kai Engel.




Sound effects from freesound.org by qubodup. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

Dave and Joanna talk about Steven Spielberg’s acclaimed and controversial film Munich, starring none other than Eric Bana for some reason. How many people does it really take to do a years-long intelligence operation? Is six enough? Why are there still no women in this film? Plus we hear from journalists and athletes about what really happened at the Munich Olympic village and why so many things went wrong. 




This episode is sponsored by:

Purple

Asian Enough Podcast

Mint Mobile




Truth vs Hollywood’s theme is “Temples” by Six Umbrellas. Music in this episode is “Not Alone” by Lee Rosevere; “Petrichor,” and “Parasite” by Scott Buckley; and  “Scenery”  by Kai Engel.




Sound effects from freesound.org by qubodup. Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

1 hr 8 min

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