✨ christie ✨

✨ christie ✨

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woman who does shit (sometimes) and doesn't do shit (other times)

Favorite films

  • Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor
  • Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor
  • Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor
  • Guinea Pig 4: Devil Woman Doctor

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  • Yellow Hair 2

    ★★★★★

  • The Exorcist

    ★★★★½

  • Yellow Hair

    ★★★½

  • Imprint

    ★★★½

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  • Yellow Hair 2

    Yellow Hair 2

    ★★★★★

    omfg this is the movie i've pretty much been waiting for all my life. a sprawling benevolent/brutal adventure about the seeking of an out from patriarchy. perhaps the best handling of a trans woman on film; really clearheaded about 'passing' being as nebulous as 'coming-out' in terms of what it describes, along with the inseparability of misogyny and transmisogyny and how the near-obdurate nature of legal ID is an endangerer. the reason why trans cinema seems to be so floundering…

  • The Exorcist

    The Exorcist

    ★★★★½

    realised (at the cinema! two people walked out towards the end which was funny) this spends a good hour or so behaving quite similarly to todd haynes’ SAFE in that there’s a lot about the dehumanisation inherent in endless, fruitless medical examinations coupled with guesswork diagnoses

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  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman

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

    (tw brief mentions of sexual and physical violence in the review, which is a given considering the film's subject matter)

    in gregg araki's the doom generation, it states itself to be a "heterosexual film", to the point where it intentionally gives a vicious, hellish course-correction when its two male protagonists come close to a sexual encounter—nazis draped in american flags brutalise the heroic trio, leaving only two alive and speechless in an america now drained of colour and queerness. the…

  • Ride or Die

    Ride or Die

    ★★★★

    (pre-review note: this is literally fucking scripted exclusively by two women and based off a manga written by a woman. you are blatantly choosing to ignore that this film's creative team is largely female and erasing their roles simply because you came in with auteur-theory-poisoned preconceptions that you want affirmed.)

    i’m fucking bored of the neopuritan sensibility surrounding queer art that seems to call for a sexless perma-utopia in how the lives of people like us are transmitted to the…