More Sirk and Hudson on Lost in Criterion this week.

Also, Pat and I talk about the nature and intent of satire and changing the intent of a project after it's been released. Douglas Sirk's 1956 Written on the Wind is a little harder to call social satire than last week's All That Heaven Allows, and  is generally just a sillier film even as it's played far more seriously. At least Robert Stack and Lauren Bacall get to join the fun.

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