Favorite films

  • The Passion of Joan of Arc
  • The Brown Bunny
  • The Killing of a Chinese Bookie
  • Ritual

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  • It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

    ★★★½

  • The Pest

    ★★★

  • Meia-Luz

    ★★★

  • Dog Day Afternoon

    ★★★½

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  • Sandy LaPalissé

    Sandy LaPalissé

    21st century-schizo-Don Quixote based short film I directed

    I've always had difficulty putting my emotions into words, ever since I was young and had a hard time talking. It's something that still sticks to me and its why I gravitated towards making films as no matter what, making these goofy shorts expresses more than I can ever really put into words. This one means the most to me. Deals with culture, industrialization, individualism, faith and my own troubles with mental…

  • DRIB

    DRIB

    ★★★★

    A deconstruction of corporate attitudes, internet age performance art and the false emotions displayed in film.

    The film works as a Meta-Fiction narrative which is usually something that doesn't interest me but it works really well here and seems to evolve the medium somewhat. There's some very interesting moments of sincerity hidden within it and every time the story takes a more serious emotional beat, we cut back to the actual crew. It creates this distance with the film that…

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  • Mr. Pregnant

    Mr. Pregnant

    ★★★★★

    Fuck this hit a lot harder this time round. I was blown back by everything the first time round but on the rewatch, I was really touched by the genuine emotions that the film is able to create.

    Like most other MDE related stuff, the comedy is brilliant but whats behind it is far too good for this world. The bizarre humour mixed in with the disillusionment felt by Charls as he comes to terms with the neo-21st century prostitution…

  • Feels Good Man

    Feels Good Man

    ½

    The film equivalent of a #MeToo film being produced by Harvey Weinstein.

    Pro-Internet censorship and self pity aside, the film is a really misinformed and warped view on Pepe itself.
    It takes what could have been an interesting documentary and turns it into "durrr trump bad" territory for very little reason. Its clear as day that no one involved has ever actually been to 4chan or outside of Instagram in general, the main message of the film being for you…