Film and TV

Podcast: Should Adults Really Be Embarrassed to Read YA Novels?

The Fault in Our Stars made heaps of money at the box office, and film critics Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek wonder if a recent piece declaring that adults should feel ashamed to read young adult novels has any weight to it. They also talk about The Immigrant and film critic Amy Nicholson joins us by phone from Mississippi to talk about Friedkin's Sorcerer, now on Blu-ray.

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