Little Sister ★★★★

Percussive fury over images of social parishs, unconventional in their shells, connecting and musing within a family of lost people, aimless and looking for something to believe in. Corroded skin and vivid wigs inside a whirlwind of goth rock rage, so strikingly off-kilter and emotionally rich, the anger and the sadness culminating in waves of nostalgic reminiscing and familial bond. Our surfaces may change, by mascara or by tragedy, but do our hearts ever truly shift? A-