Survivor of a family massacre as a child, Monica is an entirely isolated human being, withdrawn and socially disconnected. Drifting into a life of prostitution to survive, she begins to collect the sperm of her clients with the intention of inseminating herself. Months later, a child is born, who she keeps locked in a dark room with only a single window to the world beyond: a television. —IMDb
Alex & Niko are core members and directors for the International Film Collective ‘Subvex’, whose guerilla direct to cinema / screening distribution actions have begun to gather momentum in Paris, France (2010).
is there anything about their approach that doesn't scream "traditionally educated middle class intellectual"? "tv is evil", come on. a lot of nazi officers read homer and vergil in school and we all know the results.
I haven't seen the film but I don't get the comment, yes many nazi officers read homer and vergil (not that many anyway) but nazism is a result of that? you probably didn't mean that, phrase your sentences next time and stop being the death of cinema (case you are, I feel it)
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