I'll try, Jodie Mack. I'll try for me and you.
Inscrutably expansive patterns, thrown atop one another, ensure the grid-like decoration abstract its detail. Mack's specific layering forms boarders out of the various envelopes, to capture specific designs as they momentarily lay in contrast to the enclosing patterns. These separate models' contrast brings focus on the isolated, therein forming clarity out of the initially obscured. Total perspective manipulation.
It’s rare to see a postmodernist perspective on the superhero film culture, a culture so deeply rooted in the traditions of a mindset rooted in escapism - a response to a world in the midsts of pre-nuclear wars. Comic book films have been so pre-occupied with capturing the essence of thematics contained within the source material that, while a substantial amount of the particulars are certainly relevant, there has been no attempt to transform our perceptions of such historically grandiose…
This film is fulfilment. Of the ideas covered by Tarkovsky, this film covers fulfilment. The Room is the truth. Something incomprehensible. Which is why it has never worked. Which is why those who confide in it cannot find happiness.
The rest of this will be describing the personal impact this film has on me.
This brought me back to my childhood. This brought me back to the conflict I contanstly had with my father. Our perceptions on what it is…