Korine insists that Aggro Dr1ft signifies surpassing the medium of film (it doesn’t), but with its subject matter of a ruthless killer trying to balance his domestic life, it’s also about transcending our flesh when you realize just how clearly frightened Korine is of aging.
He just made a list thats already #12 all-time most popular, actually along the lines of what @IdleRich was asking for a while back.
Yeah he did actually reach out to check it was ok so I just said yeah sure Marty go for it, and if you need any more help with ideas I've got you covered, just don't be a stranger you know.He just made a list thats already #12 all-time most popular, actually along the lines of what @IdleRich was asking for a while back.
I love the idea of putting different films together into one program. I grew up seeing double features, programs in repertory houses, evenings of avant-garde films in storefront theatres. You always learn something, see something in a new light, because every movie is in conversation with every...letterboxd.com
Well. A sharp needle in the brain. Extremely effective. Unforgettable. But a very stylised, almost installation-y approach to the banality of evil. The devil is exclusively in the details, in the background or on the other end of a call.
The guardian /film/2023/nov/19/lost-reels-directors-pick-15-great-films-you-wont-find-on-uk-streaming
British/uk directors on films they prob only found on youtube, archive.org or torrents
nearly 3 hours long but amazing
the Silver Globe(Andrzej Żuławski, 1988, not widely available)
‘An extraordinary film’: On the Silver Globe. Photograph: TCD/Prod.DB/Alamy