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3D's Character Assassination

Podcast exploring films presented by Dr. Kevanne Sanger (PhD) and Dave (Actor). We are looking at films and their main protagonists through the lens of a psychologist and an actor. What motivates and drives their actions, what filming techniques speak louder than words, and what things just don’t really make that much sense… in our opinion, anyway. We’ll leave that for you to decide. Find us on Instagram @3dscharacterassassinationSend us an email: characterassassins@yahoo.comThank you to:Cover Art by James Boden @james.boden_laserloutsMusic by BeachVibes-Music from Pixabay

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I, Tonya

In this penultimate episode of the first series, we discuss the trials and tribulations of Tonya Harding and how she dealt with them. The issues that she had to deal with in her home life and of course the infamous "Incident". As always, through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

1hr 2mins

23 Jul 2021

Rank #1

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The Babadook

Today we are looking at The Babadook. How 'It' can infiltrate a seemingly normal home, and is there more to it than just a silly children’s book?! What are the messages being conveyed through this film and what film making devices are used in order to warn you that there could be a Babadook lurking in any corner..?As always, we explore this through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

58mins

9 Jul 2021

Rank #2

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Shutter Island

In this episode we discuss what lies below the surface in Shutter Island. How and why certain elements were used (and abused) in the making of this film. We chat about what we believe works on several layers as well as what doesn’t. As always, through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

52mins

25 Jun 2021

Rank #3

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Whiplash

Join us to debate the pros and cons of obsessive dedication and how it manifests on screen. Warning: we both get quite passionate in our views on perfectionism... We chat about what we believe works on several layers as well as what doesn’t.As always, through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

59mins

11 Jun 2021

Rank #4

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Guardians of the Galaxy

Today we take a trip through the galaxy with Peter Quill aka Star Lord, debating our views on mixed tapes and mixed attachment styles! We chat about what we believe works in this MCU blockbuster as well as what doesn’t.As always, through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

55mins

28 May 2021

Rank #5

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Gone Girl

In this episode we discuss a film that got us both riled up at the other's opinion. We look at the seemingly untenable position Nick Dunn is put in by his wife Amy, as well as what makes her tick.We chat about what we believe works on several layers as well as what doesn’t.As always, through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

44mins

14 May 2021

Rank #6

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The Godfather Part 1- Michael Corleone

In this inaugural episode we discuss a film that kept us from squabbling over the TV remote during lockdown. We examine the trials and tribulations facing Michael Corelone (son of The Godfather Vito) and his rise to power and infamy over the course of the first film.We chat about what we believe works on several layers as well as what doesn't.As always, through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

38mins

30 Apr 2021

Rank #7

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Trailer

We introduce our podcast, and try and get you to join us for the 1st episode, coming soon!As always, through the lens of a Clinical Psychologist and an Actor.

1min

29 Apr 2021

Rank #8