It's Valentine's Day, and what better way to end our current John Huston series than with his 1985 romantic mafia comedy, Prizzi's Honor? Huston was struggling with his health in the 80s but still a vibrant and essential director when he made this film that garnered 8 Oscar nominations. Join us — Pete Wright and Andy Nelson — as we celebrate love and death in this quirky film. We chat about what works and what doesn't with the performances in the film, particularly Jack Nicholson's and Anjelica Huston's, and how essential they are in a film with such a variety of characters like this film has. We discuss what Huston was trying to say with the film and how it fits into his body of work. We talk about the amazing crew and what they bring to the table as well as the kudos they received for their work. And we chat about the nature of the story — a mafia comedy — and what Richard Condon, who wrote the novel on which it was based, was saying with the story. It's a fun film and we have a great time talking about it. Check it out!
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