From the unforgettable perspective of red shoes tied with black lace, and executed in the four dimensional shadow of the sixteen of th 'verse , seein the birth of a new science fiction genius.. This Brownshirt says, you are seein the first CRISPR science fiction film in history? I mean, what else did you think we were doing with our fingers? Genetics / Advanced Physics/Breaking Bad meets Neil Gaiman . The ultimate.
The look of the film is cold and distant, with many unappealing characters. In the same vein the narrative is distant and strange, always hard to comprehend and left me disinterested early in the film. It is never able to gain momentum or tension and leaves me in the neutral space, never drawing me in further. It is with some merits for its oddities, but hardly enough to recommend the film
The Distance is depicts an interesting adventure of unique characters that are in a situation that is foreign compared to any other film.The plot involves the preparation and robbery by three telepathic dwarfs. Not to mention, the cinematic shots are captivating and beautiful which adds to the greatness of this film. Overall, this movie is unlike anything I have seen and it was a nice twist on the heist genre.
I was looking through some art catalogs at The Phillips and I was a bit disgusted/fascinated with the commodification, and I thought, "Remember Joseph Beuys?" And now he shows up in this film, having been purchased. He does a homage to Stalker and some Lynchian red-curtain shenanigans, which is great to me. I'm going to have to try the sniffing technique. Clearly the thing with the ears is totally bogus.
Spanish director Sergio Caballero delivers a slow and pretentious attempt at satire in his 2014 film The Distance. A tale of three telepathic dwarves who are trying to steal “The Distance”, an unknown object from a somewhat senile old man, sounds like an interesting concept, but completely falls apart very quickly in a film that is more niche than good.