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ABOUT KIRAC Ep.17 'Blackmail'
Stefan Ruitenbeek and Philip van den Hurk reflect upon a dark moment in their relationship.
MESSAGE TO OUR SUPPORTERS / PATREONS
Hello, dear Patreons. Here is Ep.17, enjoy!
#17 is actually a prologue to what was originally to become #17, which now became #18. And #18 was becoming ever longer in the edit - it was turning into a 3- to 4-hour film, just like Proust ever lengthened his book by ever inserting scenes between already existing pages, creating a labyrinthic tale of entanglements, but of course, we're much deeper and entertaining than those boring Proust books - so I'm breaking that film up into various episodes that would function as a whole, but also separately, with cliffhangers and narrative structures. In these episodes we will tell you lush tales of Blackmail, Mecenas Troubles, Enforcing a Paradigm Shift, Saying Goodbye to Jordan Wolfson, and also of Oriental bliss.
We decided to make every other upload publicly available (indiscriminate of whether it's an episode or podcast) in order to be able to find new audiences and hopefully new Patreons as well. You can help us a lot by telling your peeps about how great KIRAC is and that they should support.
We are working on some great podcasts. If you have themes, questions or statements (artistic, sexual, personal, general, sociological, political or cultural) that you wanna throw in the mix, don't hesitate to message me.
Forgive my English. Normally Kate checks these things, but she is talking to the baby right now and I want to prioritise the tasks I give her. So I let the grammar and spelling errors be.
I love you very much,
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