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MOVIE AURA: HOT PINK
while imperfect in execution, the scary of sixty-first’s achievement is only occasionally marred by the experiential adolescence of its production. sixty-first’s tonal primacy of a never-ending roll through speculative hysterias showcases a wholly unique paranoia that constantly elevates itself alongside the film. unfortunately this entire artistic movement upward seems transactional, with its suffocating progression totally unable to hold its breath without its characters exhaling lines inside the inopportune, ultimately pulling the film and its pace downward with every gasping…
MOVIE AURA: GREEN
beneath the skin’s vocal cadence is standout, flowing just as gently along with the looseness of its narrative. even though the imagery of condit’s short films is much stronger than their vocalized writing, the choices on how condit depicts language is similar to a worming trance. there is an inescapable allure to condit’s early obsessions with death, not in the experience of death but rather in what death is to the living: remains—both mental and physical.
while most dreams…