This is exactly what film should be sometimes.
More on this tomorrow.
(It releases on the 20th!)
This is the first Barley film to get a bit more of a grip on me, a hold. Simple, to the point of effortlessness in terms of the narrative, but there’s something to the brightness/colour grading (something Barley would of course tinker with more and more) that makes this so eerie, but also so beautiful - a wonderful little nagging contrast that genuinely perplexed me for a while.
We live in a society!!! Everyone Is unhappy :( and all act the same! I’m different! I like people! I care! No one else cares! I work hard for money to pay rent :( or I don’t, I make millions but relate to me please! People are like ZOMBIESSSSSS! They just do what they’re told to like PUPPETSSSSSS! Skcbsixbajxhsjxhajcjsicjrisicjwkxnwkxjdcbsk
Cool choreography and visuals does not a good movie make. I like Yorke and PTA just as much as everybody else,…