Most Foul Podcast
Episode 10: Sugar and Spice
Still From Heavenly Creatures (1994)
This week Andrew + Kirsten go Down Under for one of New Zealand’s most shocking cases, a folie à deux that changed the way Kiwis saw the world and themselves and also (indirectly) launched the careers of two Hollywood darlings and a mega franchise about mythical halflings.
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