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The Film Whisperers – Cult Classic – Empire Records (1995) (CW)

Content Warning (CW): Contains mention of Self-Harm and Promiscuity ( 09:28 till 10:43 ).

Hosts Saj and Alice talk movies, through a contemporary lens. Tonight, they focus on one film, giving it their looking through a contemporary lens treatment.

Film: Empire Records (1995)
Empire Records covers one day in the lives of its employees, during which things come to a head for those facing personal crises, and as they try to keep their record store independent.

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