Listen, if we start from a place of REASONABLE, and they start from a place of CRAZY, when we settle, we’ll be somewhere between REASONABLE and CRAZY.
I’m tired of motherfuckers in school telling me, always in the film school, “Donald Sutherland ain’t bout this, Donald Sutherland ain’t bout that. My boy a BD on fucking Lamron and them,” they say, “don’t be - nigga putting on no work,” SHUT THE FUCK UP! Y'all niggas ain’t know shit! All ya motherfuckers talkin’ about, “Donald Sutherland ain’t no hitta, Donald Sutherland ain’t this, Donald Sutherland a fake,” SHUT THE FUCK UP. Y'all don’t live with that nigga. Y'all…
feels like a tale as old as time (like all his other movies), and spiritually rich and interesting to think about. i need to rewatch to fully sink my teeth into the ideas he's trying to explore here (also to watch that english dub with the stacked cast). im excited to see how this one ages.
theres something here about miyazaki processing/telling us how to say goodbye to the things that we create, and how its better to live a…
Immaculately constructed. The juxtaposition of these three stories creates such a lingering feeling, making me question the way society creates people, and the curse of human sexuality we all carry. I loved the way each part had its own style and the way they all flowed together so beautifully, from the fake television news segments, 60s camp horror, and traditional 90s independent narrative filmmaking feel. Todd Haynes is a genius for making this. His brain is going where few really…