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This week on Operation Kino, we've lost track of Da7e, but bring in as backup Sean O'Connell, who claims to be slowly Black Swan-ing Da7e anyway, so it's pretty much the same as usual. We review the unsettling new indie Compliance, then get into a conversation about the process of mourning filmmakers, specifically inspired by the recent death of Tony Scott. Before any of that, though, there's a lightning round inspired by Hit & Run, then tidbits, in which Patches hops on his bike for Premium Rush, Katey feels like she knows a little too much about Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell after seeing Hit & Run, Sean thinks Daniel Day-Lewis has already won the Oscar for Lincoln, and David gets all film geeky about the new documentary Side By Side .

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00:00-00:40 Lightning Round

00:56 - 25:44 Introductions and Tidbits

26:05 - 42:34 Compliance reviewed

43:01 - 59:40 Mourning filmmakers in public, and considering flawed legacies

59:40 - 1:04:52 Dessert!

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