VisionariesPosted by Martin 2016-02-16 21:42
and emotionally it takes a few leaves off Roy Andersson's book, with long
scenes, steady shots and intense dialogue. Agüero, however, fails to catch interest in what could have been an
intriguing and slightly macabre story.
the Bechdel test
2 tombs of 6
VisionariesPosted by Martin 2016-02-02 23:06
As beautiful and
thought provoking as it starts, as dull and confusing it gets about halfway
The deal with
mindfuck movies is to force the viewers to think and interpret, leaving a few
possible outcomes still hanging, each no more right or wrong than the others.
Too straightforward, and it's not a mindfuck; too contradictory, and it's not
rewarding, too many possible interpretations, and it's pointless.
Turpin starts with
the right amount of mindfuckery, but gets ensnared in his own complexity. Too
bad, because Endorphine could have been great, with a sort of Caruth wibe, but
alas, not so, at least not after the brilliant beginning.
Passed the Bechdel
3 licks of 6