Dakota Noot

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Favorite films

  • Alliance of desire
  • The Torture: New Wife Edition
  • Mania: House of Cards
  • Excitement Class: Love Techniques

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  • Big Tit Monastery

    ★★★½

  • White Rose of Santa Monica: Confused

    ★★½

  • The Bloodstained Shadow

    ★★★

  • Monochrome

    ★★★

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  • Big Tit Monastery

    Big Tit Monastery

    ★★★½

    All that JIGGLES is gold. It really does take a woman: either as director (Sachi Hamano) or actress (Mariko Morikawa) to show such commitment to sloppy, WET gyrating. I wasn't ready to be smothered by this film on my first watch and I apologize to Sachi for that! But pinku has taught me to share my trauma. I might not have a "big tit" woman ready to dress as a nun, but I have my husband (who survived "Degrassi: Next…

  • White Rose of Santa Monica: Confused

    White Rose of Santa Monica: Confused

    ★★½

    The HIV/AIDS crisis told by straight Japanese perverts (and this time, without time-travelling ninjas). This is one of the most genuinely bizarre pinku: like a funhouse mirror version of New Queer Cinema. The Japanese cast never sets foot in Santa Monica: the film stitches together drive-by footage of streets, a beach, and even a body-double (a small Asian bottom pretending to be the white muscle gay of the poster). The message of this film is absolutely dire: 'leave your small…

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  • The Girl from Rio

    The Girl from Rio

    ★★★★

    Valerie Solanas' SCUM Manifesto as a James Bond flick. Delirious. Mindless. Sublime. Jess Franco is so pulpy in the 1960s - and I want to drink in the colors of every fabric and location. So hit play and slow dance to a jazz future where women rule. Less is more is the liminal paradises of Jess Franco. The ultimate cinema. The most comforting. The most outfit changes - and I support every one of them.

  • On the Silver Globe

    On the Silver Globe

    ★★★★★

    Pure mythopoetic film-making. The Polish Epic of Gilgamesh. There's a genuine magic here as astronaut Adam and Eve (or Marta) sire generations of characters. Faces repeat as clothing, hair, and stories change. Heroes, gods, and monsters emerge. It's a similar deconstruction of myth that was a minefield for Piotr Szulkin's Apocalypse Tetralogy (like "Ga-ga: Glory to the Heroes"). This is a vision of "Dune," denied to Alejandro Jodorowsky, but too spiritual for the capitalist 1980s rock epic of David Lynch.…