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Just Below Their Purpose Podcast

With more than just their lack of certainty in common, Sam Loy and Clint Greagen unload about the ups and downs of being stay at home parents, detail their various frailties and failures, talk back and forth on many different subjects, and then bring in experts to confuse them even further.
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Oct 26, 2016

Producer Michael Ciccone and Director Nicholas Clifford from Truce Films are currently adapting Clint's book, Reservoir Dad, into a feature length film. 

Clint and Sam welcome them to the podcast as guinea pigs for Sam's new podcast format. Guests must answer five questions about themselves before the conversation can continue on to some engaging twists and turns. 

The format is validated by the conversation. So much covered! Sam's eerie connection with actors who have appeared on Truce's ads and films, the process of adapting a book to a film, the mass production of content and it's affect on art and artists, the idea of originality in art: does it exist? The exciting ongoing developments of the film Reservoir Dad. How far along are they in the process? How did Truce settle on their script writer? Will Sam get a cameo in the movie? 

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Oct 16, 2016

Sam and Clint welcome actor, writer and musician, Rhys Muldoon (Playschool, House Husbands) onto the podcast.

Sam finally gets to talk politics and together he and Rhys agree with each other, demonise those that don't, and solve nothing. Just like politics in real life.

Clint picks Rhys' brain about the creative process and how fame can affect a life. Rhys  name-drops shamelessly and the boys are hella impressed.

Features the music of Rhys Muldoon and a special song by Papa Razzi and The Photogs.

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