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grind me so fine that i may know the peace of unbeing

Favorite films

  • Funeral Parade of Roses
  • Showgirls
  • August in the Water
  • Guilty of Romance

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  • Point Break

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  • Running on Empty

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  • Flowers of Evil

    Flowers of Evil

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    a beautiful direction of work: slow burning, rotoscoped beauty, where the nuanced precision and fluidity of every movement and gesture feels uncanny against a mundane, repetitious and liminal, architectural landscape. people appear as faceless simulacrum, reduced to their mere, corporeal transience with an expiration date (when we die, the concrete and steel we built will outlive us); every reoccurring, environmental detail emphasizes only the quotidian emptiness of its decaying nature...Β the story deals with questions of autonomy and connection in spite…

  • Kamikaze Hearts

    Kamikaze Hearts

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    a tempestuous, intimate time capsule of 80’s san francisco that doubles as a quasi-doc on the intersection of a lesbian love affair (shared between real life porn β˜†β€˜s sharon mitchell & tigr mennett) & the many internal fissures of the sex industry they work in (sharon as deity, tigr as witness). the boundary between what’s real & what’s performed dissolves and the camera’s presence shifts with the characters, their unraveling truths & the trajectory of their relationship to each other, on set & off. the…