Hello, friends! It’s time for another new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, as Josh and Scott dive back into the extensive career of one of America’s finest filmmakers, Martin Scorsese. Though it was little-seen originally, Scorsese’s story of the young Dalai Lama, Kundun, is our topic for this week’s show. Josh and Scott are joined by Bilge Ebiri of The Village Voice to talk about this artful, gorgeous, yet potentially emotionally distant story and its place in Scorsese’s filmography. Is this movie too unlike the rest of his career, or does it fit right in? And what’s more, is it really necessary that Disney’s executives had to literally apologize to the Chinese Prime Minister for this film? Only one way to know for sure: check out the new show!