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  • Waiting for the Moon

    ★★★★★

  • Voyage to the Center of the Phone Lines

    ★★★★★

  • The Crazy Stranger

    ★★★★★

  • Space Trash

    ★★★★★

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  • Waiting for the Moon

    Waiting for the Moon

    This is a film following Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas on a bit of a road trip, spending time with one another and bickering. They pick up a boy -- a young Andrew McCarthy, famous most we guess from his teen romantic dramas and comedies -- who is off to fight in the Spanish Civil War. We also meet other famous people on their way -- Picasso, Hemingway. The pacing is slow, like a long drive without a car…

  • Voyage to the Center of the Phone Lines

    Voyage to the Center of the Phone Lines

    Using a scanner, Auder was able to pick up telephone calls from people talking on cordless phones. He used the best of the best and set them to hazy, VHS esque digital footage (basically now you would call this vaporwave). The result is something truly uncanny, pure nostalgia for a time long gone. It's quite a trip into the past, the curation here feels non curated and spontaneous. You can't help but feel voyeuristic but at the same time, the…

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  • Orders

    Orders

    ORDERS follows an unnamed soldier, gone AWOL, marching aimlessly through this Western facade of pleasantry, running into others such as a fellow soldier dining on a giant watermelon and a family full of 90s edgey sitcom characters. What the two are getting at, here, is not only modern warfare -- untreated PTSD, bringing the war home, why war is okay anywhere, etc. but also the house of cards that is the modern state, a system built to manufacture subdued human…

  • L

    L

    This Greek weird wave film, and director, never found the success that the director of Dogtooth or even the director Tsangari has gotten, and you may know why -- it may be just a little too weird, a little too dry, for some people. But if you are adventurous, then this is the kind of film for you. We have a man, living in his car, meeting his family in a parking lot every day. His job? Bringing honey to…