Episode 131: Muriel's Wedding

This week, Morgan and Gavia discuss the 1994 classic of Australian indie cinema Muriel's Wedding. They compare it to other coming of age films, analyze its combination of comedy and drama, and praise its refreshing depiction of awkward young womanhood.

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Muriel's Wedding is a feminist masterpiece and more relevant than ever,” Karen Pickering, The Guardian

Changing the ending of Muriel’s Wedding was a betrayal of its feminist spirit,” Sophie Mathisen, The Guardian

Previous episodes: Episode 45: Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Episode 92: Hereditary, Episode 113: Velvet Buzzsaw