favabeans’s review published on Letterboxd:
'I've turned inward on myself,
I can't find anything that's real,
but history repeats itself'
Connection and disconnection fuse in such a way as to become so elevating from surroundings, from society,
to be such an outcast and yet to know the inner workings and the grit, the honest truth, of a place better than all who surround you.
Reality is not flattened, but exaggerated through the moving image. Heaven Knows What defies this cinematic logic, because it is, in its foundations, not cinematic at all, existing only as the purity of the raw and unwanted truth.