To celebrate the Scottish Bard (Rabbie Burns born on the 25th of January 1759) we are recording episodes based on Scotland-Related movies.
This is the third entry, wherein we see a Frenchman playing a Scotsman and a Scotsman play an Egypto-Spanish guy.
Talking about Scotland, mansplaining, manterrupting, manspreading, about Kugren, nope!, Kraken? nope! Kruger? Nope! Kurgan! Yay! and plenty of other tangential subjects.
Erratum: Russell Mulcahy did NOT direct ‘Shakespeare in Love’.
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The Good, the Bad and the Just Plain Standard podcast is hosted by Adam Dick, Anouk Aslam Wulfing & Yann Sicamois and produced by Milk In A Wineglass.