Garrett and Dan welcome Will and Brooke Blair, composers for films like Green Room, Blue Ruin, and Wheelman, to the studio to discuss Jeff Nichols’ Mud, scoring movies, and something referred to as “temp love”. This conversation is far reaching, covering a number of the films they worked on, including their brother Macon’s feature directorial debut I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore, and an in depth discussion of Nichols’ Mud, credited with beginning the McConaissance.
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