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  • All That Heaven Allows

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  • World on a Wire

    ★★★★½

  • Mademoiselle

    ★★★★

  • Tangerine

    ★★★½

  • The Gospel According to André

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  • World on a Wire

    World on a Wire

    ★★★★½

    Fertility of images to the monumental, an aesthete fully cognizant of not only the direction of his motif, impulses and overall vision but of all that will come. Becomes the prototype en masse in its mannered, nuanced way; snakes into the bloodstream, and pulsates out like the guttural, nauseating tones of its score. The most exemplary form of genre filmmaking, not simply superseding the genre and its conventions but ascends into the overall superstructure of cinema itself.
    Reality layers upon layers upon layers upon layer death turns us unto another, parallel and mirrored one.

  • Mademoiselle

    Mademoiselle

    ★★★★

    I arrive bound in Cossack taut upon my chest, nipples bore down by white crucifix, in solemnity, Grace.
    You arrive in the flying splinters, faded, fraying grey jeans held by crackling leather belt.

    I maintain myself, composed as mantelpiece, throw shame upon the filthy queens gone past.
    I return to my cell room, surrounded by the reflection, in every corner, held in my lace adorned hands, the silk gently caresses the skin.
    My hand passes over fine, smooth silver, a…

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  • steel reserve 40 oz

    steel reserve 40 oz

    ★★★★★

    Testament to cinema's ability of empathizing depiction of the human condition, of the destitution many of us are intrinsically struck with paralysis imagining. Drawing us in through a somehow intoxicating, delusional sphere, the modern man in the clothing he almost never leaves; his work clothes. Sat seemingly alone besides the apathetic, intrusive cameraman, bemusing on the ennui of Arizona living, where all there is is to be prepared for another shift, or play Kidz Pix, a recessive production of childhood…

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive

    ★★★★

    Allow the dreamer to stay asleep, she’s projected a desperate reality that will fix her and will never exist—she’s created her reality, but let her create another. No hay banda; the music is gone when she wakes back to herself, stagnant and putrid.