The Function Of Regret, Japanese-American Fried Chicken, And FilmWeek

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Today on AirTalk, what you need to know about a Superior Court judge’s ruling on Thursday against a landlord that sought to carry out one of Los Angeles’ largest mass evictions. Also on the show, we examine regret and its function in human existence; the owners of the soon-to-be open ghost kitchen Chicken BOX gives us a sample of their Japanese-American fried chicken; our FilmWeek critics review the latest releases; Jude Law talks about his new film ‘Firebrand;’ and more.

  • A Superior Court judge rules against LA landlord who sought mass evictions (00:17)
  • What is the function of regret? (13:29)
  • Japanese-American fried chicken with the owners of Chicken BOX (40:01)
  • FilmWeek critics review the latest releases (51:27)
  • Feature: Austin Cross talks with Jude Law about ‘Firebrand’ (1:22:31)
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