Tino Muchina & José Arroyo on ‘Austin Powers’

Tino Muchina and I chat about Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged me (1999)

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Tino Muchina and José Arroyo discuss the joys of Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged me (1999) and the wide range of intertextual references within the film and consider whether the film is a homage to and celebration of past styles as opposed to a mimicry and empty parody. Particularly speaking in terms of its relation to Sixties Britain and the nostalgia this evokes in audiences.

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