This week:

Filmmaker Lulu Wang Based 'The Farewell' On Her Family's Real-Life Lie: When Wang's grandmother was diagnosed with terminal cancer, the family flew to China to see her, but decided not to tell her the prognosis. "I turned out to be a surprisingly good liar," Wang says.

'Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood' Is Tarantino's Most Personal Film In Years: Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt star as a TV actor and his stunt double in a film set in '69 Hollywood. Critic Justin Chang says the movie's low-key hangout vibes may test your patience, but every moment pulses with feeling.

From Insomnia To Sexsomnia, Unlocking The 'Secret World' Of Sleep: Neurologist Guy Leschziner, author of The Nocturnal Brain, says the brain can be in different sleep stages at once — which explains why people sometimes walk, eat and even have sex when sleeping.

You can listen to the original interviews here:

Filmmaker Lulu Wang Based 'The Farewell' On Her Family's Real-Life Lie

'Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood' Is Tarantino's Most Personal Film In Years

From Insomnia To Sexsomnia, Unlocking The 'Secret World' Of Sleep

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