In ‘The Broken Hearts Gallery,’ letting go of physical things means letting go of emotions

Dacre Montgomery (right) and Geraldine Viswanathan star in “The Broken Hearts Gallery.” Photo credit: George Kraychyk/Columbia Tristar

Critics review “I Am Woman,” a biopic of Australian singer Helen Reddy; “Unpregnant,” about a 17-year-old pregnant woman who can’t get an abortion without her parents’ permission, so she enlists the help of an ex-friend; “The Sit-In,” a new documentary on Peacock about the week Harry Belafonte took over the Tonight Show from Johnny Carson; “The Broken Hearts Gallery,” about a woman who creates an art gallery of people’s mementos from past relationships.

Credits

Guests:
Christy Lemire - writer for RogerEbert.com and co-host of the podcast Breakfast All Day - @christylemire, Jacqueline Coley - editor for Rotten Tomatoes and co-host of the new podcast “Rotten Tomatoes is Wrong” - @THATJacqueline

Host:
Madeleine Brand

Producers:
Sarah Sweeney, Michell Eloy, Amy Ta, Rosalie Atkinson, Brian Hardzinski, Angie Perrin