SHOW / EPISODE

3 Films That Have Impacted Everything In Your Adult Life with writer/director Mikey Murray

41m | Oct 4, 2023

Screenwriter Stuart Wright talks about the new comedy/drama MIND-SET, starring Steve Oram, Ellis Cahill & Peter Bankole, with the writer/director Mikey Murray and "3 Films That Have Impacted Everything In Your Adult Life"


TAXI DRIVER (1976)

MIDNIGHT COWBOY (1969)

FESTEN (1998)


MIND-SET is in select cinemas and on demand from 6 October 2023


"3 FILMS THAT HAVE IMPACTED EVERYTHING IN YOUR ADULT LIFE" is a podcast by screenwriter Stuart Wright that explores the transformative power of cinema. From emotional masterpieces to thought-provoking classics, each episode delves into the films that have had a profound impact on our personal growth and perspective. Through engaging storytelling, critical analysis, and cultural commentary, Stuart aims to uncover the lasting influence that movies have had on his guests. Please join him on an emotional journey through the world of film and discover how just three movies can change the direction of a life, cement memories you will never forget or sometimes change how you see the world."


3 FILMS THAT IMPACTED EVERYTHING IN YOUR ADULT LIFE is about those films that made you fall in love with film. The guest selects their trio of movies and we talk for 5 minutes, against the clock. When the ALARM goes off for five minutes we move onto the next film.

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Written, produced and hosted by Stuart Wright



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