"I wonder if I would have read Crash differently if my lung hadn't collapsed. All I knew of Ballard's apoplectic metallurgy before reading it was the nocto-sleaze of the Cronenberg poster and that it was broadly about cars and sex. I expected the perversions of an era slowly forgetting itself in the metropolis, neutered into mercury sludge to be pumped back to the motherworm. It is that,…
Cooper Raiff's next film really gonna be about a mid-to-late-20s' fleeting connection with a woman he meets on an out-of-town training course whilst he navigates the growing pangs and ennui of the first years of young professionalism.
(i obviously loved this, just phoning in a letterboxd meme)
Long as fuck but so inspiring. Brockhampton exemplify what art in 2017 should look like, just a complete unshackling socially and creatively.
I love that it starts in a dark bedroom and ends at a performance to thousands, really shows the meteoric rise the group's found.
Seeing their excitement and energy when making STAR almost made me cry.