Film and TV

Podcast: The 'Mad Men' Ending Was the Real Thing



The final episode of Mad Men was upbeat — if you enjoy the death of the counter-culture. On this special episode of the Voice Film Club podcast, Village Voice film editor Alan Scherstuhl and editorial fellow Lara Zarum, along with the Voice's TV critic Inkoo Kang, discuss the final episode of the series. Later, the trio is joined by Voice art critic R.C. Baker, who puts Coca-Cola's advertising in perspective. As always, follow us on Twitter at @VoiceFilmClub and read all our movie reviews, interviews, and news at Houston Press Film.


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