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  • Maya
  • These Encounters of Theirs
  • The Enclosed Valley
  • Sauro Bellini

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  • 4 à 4 Métro-Barbès-Rochechou-Art

    ★½

  • Water from The Tremulous Stream

  • brushstrokes

  • Untitled, Unfinished

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  • Maya

    Maya

    ★★★★★

    Teo Hernandez is no stranger to the universal principles of sensory cinema, but in Maya he has broken through to unlock senses which have laid dormant for the whole of history prior. Wherein Cristaux Hernandez also reframes cinema to suit the needs of his narrative, here Hernandez is not merely reframing cinema, he’s reframing the world. In collaboration with Parvaneh (of Selva. fame), Hernandez frames both her and the natural world as phenomena simultaneously whole and yet fragmented. We catch glimpses…

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  • Sauro Bellini

    Sauro Bellini

    ★★★★

    the totality of the body exists as a reflection of the self; the beauty.

  • Sunset

    Sunset

    First Warhol ~ impressed by his durational aesthetics. I have long considered him one of the most overpraised painters of the 20th century, finding most of his work passé or tacky. For that reason I had been hesitant to approach his cinema, but his tastes feel more refined, more ground breaking, more in touch when it comes to the camera. I was aware he was a champion of durational cinema (Empire!) but appreciated the incorporation of poetics to this sunset.…

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  • The Batman

    The Batman

    ★★★

    change.org/petition/crucify-the-coward-at-warner-brothers-who-refused-to-let-robert-pattinson-do-full-frontal

  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I don’t know how they expect us to believe Zendaya is ever going to look at Tom Holland the same way when she knows she could have had Andrew Garfield