Fiction to Function
It’s been quite a hiatus, we know. But we are still around, still talking cinema, and still working the podcast life. Join Sean, Seth and John as (just under the wire) they discuss the best picture nominees (and a few snubs) from one of the best years ...
Sean and Paige talk about The Enneagram, neuroscience and emotions in our newest episode on one of Pixar's best.
Sean and Seth discuss Donnie Darko, Enneagram Type 4 , New Wave, high school and dark lipstick with Leslie and Hope, two self-identified “Individualists”.
Sean, Seth and Josh discuss Tom Cruise, friendship, success and failure all as it pertains to the Enneagram Type 3, known as the Achiever or the Performer.
Sean and Trevor discuss the heroes journey, the mystical and the significant impact 1994's The Lion King has made in their lives and how dear it is to their hearts.
Sean and Seth discuss Paul Thomas Anderson, long movies, the broken world and all kinds of people in it. Specifically, Enneagram Type 2 kind of person–the warm, caring, generous people-person type.
Sean and Seth talk about the complexities of human personality and how it is exemplified in fiction as we enter a new series based on the personality theory of the Enneagram.
Sean, Seth and Victor talk about making movies, watching movies, growing up together and growing up together and growing up well in our latest episode.
In a more somber episode, Sean, Seth and Josh talk about their friendship, Robert Downey Jr. and redemption, by way of a rather obscure film from the 1980's.
After 8 seasons worth of battles, dragons, politics and betrayals, HBO's Game of Thrones concludes with a total of 6 episodes. Sean, Seth and Jubal discuss the characters, their arcs and ask, "So what's the point?"