Started by wilder, March 27, 2017, 06:00:36 PM
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Quote from: jenkins on December 21, 2020, 02:17:34 AMI'm always sorry to see your posts go. classic wbf and wilder in the same night. I like you guys
QuoteProbably the horniest film I've seen this year, The Prince is a homoerotic, heightened prison drama, where sex and violence collides as various men are ascribed roles - and when they step out of their roles chaos ensues. It at times feels almost like a fantasy but the brutal edge to the violence and the scenes of authentic fucking keep it grounded, dirty, visceral. The denouement sees an unbroken circle and a sense of inevitability, as these fascinating characters continue trying to make connections in a life with little hope and no freedom. Oh, and LOTS of penis.
Quote from: WorldForgot on December 31, 2020, 11:59:45 AMDO NOT WATCH if you do not vibe with abrasive noise music/industrial sound design --to all the rest, this experimental film creates magic out of super 8mmz soul ~ Spoiler: ShowHideLove, mourning, friendship are all alike in that our body must 'process' in order to experience. Then, too, our bodies are camera and film and agents of constellation.At some point i started interpreting its score as the frequencies coming off the film's shadow range.
Quote from: wilder on December 11, 2020, 04:57:54 AMNovember 27, 2020Douglas Buck's Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America (2003) on blu-ray from SeverinOver the course of seven years, three short films about the brutal dissolution of the American family – CUTTING MOMENTS (1997), HOME (1998), and PROLOGUE (2003) – elicited both horrified gasps and standing ovations at film festivals around the world.