Hello Comrades

This is the coming of the 15 episode of the Culture and Camaraderie podcast with Tyler @Lax_Era and myself @NYTypical. On this weeks most thought provoking introspective industrious creative discussion:

this week on the podcast we talk about our time spent designing and designation controlled spaces our ideas can live. Explaining the process of building that and launching that platform. Rather than creating a project under a medium, Mediums are the tools used to express these themes or worlds- leading us to discuss our favourite themes in motion picture storytelling.

The King Archetype comes up as one of Tyler’s favourites as he likes the way the protagonist is able to handle life scenarios bought at him the mechanics and perceived sentient nature of the character dealing with life events.

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Bringing us to use our favourite tv shows that have come out recently Topboy and Peaky Blinders. The discussion evolves and we use these stories as case studies of understanding for dealing with the king archetype and are ingrained into real world scenarios in their storytelling AND MUCH MUCH MORE

Whatever Moves Your Dial

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