Highlights from Monocle 24
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8 December 2019
Photo: Chris Ferguson
Markus Hippi and Fernando Augusto Pacheco present an hour of highlights from the last week on Monocle 24, including ‘Call Me by Your Name’ author, André Aciman; film-maker Zed Nelson discusses ‘The Street’; and Jeffrey McHale, director of ‘You Don't Nomi’, a look back at the cultural impact of ‘Showgirls’.
8 December 2019
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