On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” writer and producer at Sinclair and Federalist Senior Contributor Ellie Bufkin joins Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of the iconic thriller movie “Silence of the Lambs” and discuss how the film demonstrates the evolution of Hollywood.
“One of the things I like, you know, obviously movies based on a novel or multiple novels, but the story itself, the way that it translated onto screen, was almost pitch-perfect,” Bufkin explained. “It’s difficult to put a story with as much detail as these novels had on camera, and to be able to make it as interesting and as terrifying as a reader would have been going through with that story, they did such an incredible job. And that’s complicated. I think that’s probably the most difficult to screen is like actually keeping the complexity of the characters.”
When critics label the film as “anti-trans” and attempt to view it