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If you are passionate about film, do not miss tonight’s Inquiry when we welcome back film critic, film writer and film historian DAVID THOMSON. He is here to talk about the latest edition of his monumental THE NEW BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF FILM: UPDATED AND EXPANDED, the most intelligent, opinionated and critical lexicon of films available. Tune in and listen to what David has to say about the state of film criticism today, the evolution of cinema since the first edition of this book in the early 70s, and what “Beckett, Freud and Wittgenstein” have to do with Abbott and Costello. And that’s just for starters.