I don't take hallucinogenics, so I need films like this. New favorite movie. Imagine this as a miniseries, it would change television. Aimee Mullins, ugh, so good (Devs, I'm looking at you). I wish I knew Norman. I hope this is how my family eulogizes me. It's probably the seven month quarantine, but Elaine Stritch makes me cry! I cried through so much of this. Paul Giamatti makes me laugh, John Buffalo Mailer is 42?
Il voto è puramente accessorio, non son nemmeno sicuro di poter dire che mi sia piaciuto ma un opera di tale portata e ambizione non si era mai vista e mai più si vedrà.Non si può neanche parlare di cinema, trascende la videoarte ridefinendo il concetto di FASTIDIO(a qualsiasi livello sensoriale,specie quello uditivo)grazie alla potenza della immagini. Sembra stupido da dire ma non si è più se stessi a fine visione
The breathtaking sound and set design make the 5.5 hours fly by. The story probably won't hook you, but the absurdity of it all certainly will. It guides the viewer along a disgustingly beautiful journey that will be impossible to forget. Just succumb to it. You'll be completely compelled.
In September 2016, the first month of entering academy, my school's museum hosted an exhibition of Matthew Barney. So I got the opportunity to watch this film in the museum's lecture hall then met Matthew Barney and listened his speech. I remembered that day clearly not only because it opened a young student's eyes, but also guided me to the new art world.
power of voice, lunacy, cocks, feces, mythology, ridiculous bourgeoisie, missing eyes, chrysler, woman giving birth to a baby bird before the eyes of a crocodile. some scenes were boring and powerless, others intense. my urge to leave the cinema was balanced by fascination, wanting more outrageousness.