Kurt Andersen talks with celebrated architect Liz Diller about how making buildings is like making movies, and she picks some of her favorite examples of films that use architecture brilliantly. How court-ordered psychotherapy helped spur the material Richard Pryor performed for his album “Wanted: Live in Concert,” which marks its 40th anniversary this year and has been inducted into the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry. And poet Maya Phillips joins Andersen to talk about “Blindspotting,” “BlacKkKlansman” and “Sorry to Bother You.”
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