This week on Operation Kino we're totally stuck in adolescence, flashing back to the 90s to review American Reunion. From there we have a Segment 3 that's a preview of our occasional spinoff Op Kino Indie, in which Da7e talks to independent filmmaker Brea Grant about her movie Best Friends Forever. Before any of that, though, we have a lightning round inspired by long-delayed sequels, and tidbits, in which Da7e talks about how critics actually go out of their way to see tiny indie films, Patches praises the undersign indie I Love You Phillip Morris, and David digs into the small trend of indie films that run much less than 90 minutes. We end, as always, with your lightning round answers for dessert!
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00:00-00:49 Lightning Round
01:05 - 20:57 Introductions and Tidbits
21:31 - 35:06 American Reunion reviewed
35:49 - 55:14 Op Kino Indie: Brea Grant interviewed
55:42 - 1:01:57 Dessert!