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Loud Murmurs is a podcast dedicated to a thoroughly modern interpretation of pop culture, brought to you by four bilingual and multicultural women (and their friends) who are (unapologetically) loud and have lots of opinions. In our episodes, we'll discuss movies, television, and everything in between. Oh, one more thing: it’s in Chinese.《小声喧哗》,Loud Murmurs, 是一档由几个当代青年一起讨论美国流行文化、电影、电视剧的播客。《小声喧哗》想和你分享对“视与听”最纯粹的热爱,也想和你聊聊银幕背后的文化、社会以及时事。影评家罗杰·伊伯特曾说,一部好的电影能让你在两小时中忘记自己的社保号码以及车停在了哪里。在冗余的网络信息和纷乱的日程中 ...
 
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This is a very special episode. It’s a celebration of the second anniversary of Loud Murmurs. We’re very excited to share this with you all. Hosts Afra, Izzy, Ina and Diaodiao talk about Queer Eye, the popular Netflix makeover show. We discuss how its tagline “more than a makeover” manifests itself over this season; the structural inequality and cu…
 
In this episode, we talk about the 2019 movie “Bombshell” and two books that started the global “MeToo” movement—Ronan Farrow’s “Catch and Kill” and “She Said” by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey. It’s been almost 4 years since Trump’s “Pussygate” and his election, three years since the bombshell news story of Weinstein broke, two years since the Kavan…
 
2020 has been a rough year for us -- with the Coronavirus spreading from central China to all across the globe, we realized how small we are as humans in the face of a global health epidemic, yet also how grand humanity can be in the time of disasters. As we grow weary of shedding tears, we try to make sense of it all, discussing with peers and loo…
 
Title:S3E2: Little Women: not all 'sweetness and light' Today, your four hosts gather together to discuss a literary-turned-big-screen phenomenon that’s been sweeping the world and the awards ceremonies. We absolutely adore this modern-day adaptation by Greta Gerwig (who directed Lady Bird) and together, we explore the various themes within the mov…
 
Welcome back to Loud Murmurs Season 3 and happy New Year to our listeners! We start the year strong with a deep dive into the timeless theme of the “unhappily-ever-after battle of the sexes” -- divorce. Your hosts, Afra, Ina, along with our guest Mr. You, discuss Noah Baumbach’s frontrunner in the Oscar horse race, Marriage Story. Beautifully acted…
 
Loud Murmurs has had a very! eventful! year! We interviewed some amazing guests, did a really awesome episode (if we may say so ourselves) about “One Child Nation” (nominated for an Oscars, go Nanfu & Lynn!!), got on the radar of censors cuz we blew up yay, started a whack-a-mole game with Chinese podcasting platforms and eventually ran out of f*ck…
 
“Climb into my fur,” JLo’s character said, and Constance Wu’s character happily obliged. This was our favorite scene from the recent movie directed by Lorene Scafaria ——“Hustlers.” In addition to all wanting to climb into JLo’s fur and stay there till the new decade, we also want to take this opportunity to share our thoughts on the movie that feat…
 
For this episode our hosts Diaodiao and Ina and our guests discussed why, despite being thoroughly entertaining, Joker missed the punch. We pondered on what being lonely means in a political system driven by recognition, and how the incel phenomenon is reflective of this. Us four New Yorkers on the episode also took a jab at ex-mayor Michael Bloomb…
 
The four of us at Loud Murmurs are beyond excited to welcome back Season Four of Rick and Morty (Nov. 10 airdate) with our very own two-part special. In Part 2, Afra and Ina sit down with our old friend Li Erke, as well as our very own sci-fi writer Su Min. We take a deep dive into two episodes -- Vindicator 3: The Return of Worldender, and the ult…
 
The four of us at Loud Murmurs are beyond excited to welcome back Season Four of Rick and Morty (Nov. 10 airdate) with our very own two-part special. We take a deep dive into the world of R&M with four guests through five episodes In Part 1, Izzy and Diaodiao sits down with physicist Zhichen Zhao, and another physicist philosopher Chentong Lu, to d…
 
If you want to support us, consider donating monthly to our Patreon project or Aifadian (爱发电): _________________________________________________________________________ In this episode, hosts Ina and Afra are joined by guest Youfei to talk about Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite, the first Korean film to win the top prize, the Palme d’Or, at this year’s Cann…
 
If you want to support us, consider donating monthly to our Patreon project: _________________________________________________________________________ This is a special crossover episode between Loud Murmurs and a Chinese feminist podcast called “The F Word.” (https://www.ximalaya.com/renwen/21068572/)Izzy and Ina discussed two shows they love, Rus…
 
If you want to support us, consider donating monthly to our Patreon project: _________________________________________________________________________ The much requested episode on “American Factory” is finally here! In this episode, hosts Diaoiao, Izzy and Afra are joined by guests Master Zhu and Zhang Zhe to talk about the critically-acclaimed do…
 
In this episode, Loud Murmur’s three hosts, Izzy, @CaptainIna0328 (Ina), and @Diaodiaoyang (Diaodiao) discussed the critically acclaimed film that technically does not exist in China -- "One Child Nation" by Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang. We got very personal in this episode. Join us for an intimate, informative, and in-depth discussion on: Our expe…
 
This week's episode is all about the "R" word: R-E-P-R-E-S-E-N-T-A-T-I-O-N. The casting of Chinese actress Liu Yifei (Crystal Liu) as Mulan in the upcoming Disney live-action movie and the trailer have drawn lots of criticisms in both the U.S. and in China (for obviously different reasons.) Some criticized it for historical inaccuracies, some take …
 
When the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s penultimate film, Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, was first released, the Loud Murmurs team was incredibly excited and vowed to see it as soon as it hit theaters—and we did. Tarantino's latest hit, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, has generated a lot of buzz, both for its lengthy depiction of Hollyw…
 
HBO’s mini-series “Chernobyl” has been a smashing success—nominated for 19 Emmys and boasted a whopping audience of 8 million views. The 5-episode series dramatizes the story of the April 1986 nuclear plant explosion in Soviet Ukraine. In this episode, Loud Murmur’s three hosts, @Muge_Niu (Izzy), @afrazhaowang (Afra), and @Diaodiaoyang (Diaodiao), …
 
In this episode, the three hosts (Ina, Izzy, Diaodiao) talk about two films starring Asian Americans as lead actors: The Farewell and Always Be My Maybe. The Farewell is director Lulu Wang (Wang Ziyi)'s second feature film. It is based on her family's story and stars our favorite Asian American rapper Awkwafina. The three of us went to watch "Farew…
 
This week's episode is about "Killing Eve"——one of TV's most glorious cat-and-mouse thriller that subverts all the usual trope of this genre. Forget about the Bechdel test, this show is 99% about three badass women (Eve, Villanelle, Carolyn) and full of brimming sexual tension between our two female protagonists. We are joined by Xiao Meili, a bada…
 
This is a very special episode we think you’ll really enjoy. Instead of talking about one particular work of pop culture, we sit down with Dashan, the most famous non-Chinese comedian in China, a pop culture symbol himself. For the longest time, when you mention the word “老外” (lao wai, foreigner) in China, Dashan is the first name that came to mind…
 
In anticipation of the third season of The Handmaid's Tale premiering June 5 on Hulu, this episode dives into the dystopian and misogynistic regime — as well as how recent news from Alabama remind us of how we’re not that far from these horrors. On May 15, the Human Life Protection Act, also known as House Bill 314 and the Alabama abortion ban was …
 
Today marks the conclusion of a show that ¾ of the Loud Murmurs team have followed for eight entire years: Game of Thrones. (The very first episode aired in 2011, when we were still wee freshmen in college!) It’s no exaggeration to ascribe such significance to a single show -- GOT has dominated our screens (big or small) as well as the public disco…
 
In this episode, we invited three talented ladies @MiaInChina, @xu_xiuzhong and Eva Hart to talk about their experience of being Chinese women that tell jokes, and being paid to get on a stage to do it. We had so much fun creating this episode, we hope you enjoy it too! Listen to find out: Why are puns funny and why one of the guests was almost kic…
 
In the past few years, science fiction as a genre has entered the Chinese mainstream in an unprecedented way, thanks to sci-fi writers from China and from the Chinese diaspora. If “The Three Body Problem” introduced the world to Chinese sci-fi, then the 2019 blockbuster “The Wandering Earth” (acquired by Netflix) certainly kept the momentum going. …
 
First of all, a big thank you for everyone who supported us during our International Women’s Day campaign on Patreon -- we really appreciate each and every one of you, and hope that you’ll continue to listen, subscribe, and share our podcast. If you’re able, here’s a link to supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/loudmurmurs In today’s e…
 
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