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Song Lyric Sunday Theme: Days

Sunday comes alone again
A perfect day for a quiet friend
And you, you will set it free
I see new morning yound yr face… 259 more words

Music

Anniversary Retrospective: In Defense of Harmony Korine’s 'Spring Breakers'

Five years ago today, a young little production company called A24 released Harmony Korine’s Spring Breakers onto American audiences. It was the height of spring break season in the States, but as a broke and bookish high school junior, my only escapist thrills came from heading to my town’s multiplex with a friend, buying two tickets to whatever PG-13 schlock was playing, and sneaking into the sex-and-drug-filled art movie with James Franco doing a Riff Raff impression and Selena Gomez in a pink bikini. 1,449 more words

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Agnès Troublé a.k.a agnès b. is a legend.

Stylist, artist, photographer, entrepreneur, activist, philanthropist, film director, art collector, curator, creative genius, pioneer, publisher, feminist…? The list could go on and on and on. 1,458 more words

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Spring Breakers (2012)

Sometimes, after the first fifteen or twenty minutes of a film, I want to just rush right to my opinion of whether it’s good or bad. 541 more words

Drama

'Julien Donkey-Boy' Review: A Rule-Breaking Filmmaker Jumps onto a Rule Breaking-Filmmaking Movement in Grainy Fashion

There’s a scene in Julien Donkey-Boy where the father (Werner Herzog) asks his son, Chris (Evan Neumann), to try on a wedding dress that was once worn by the son’s mother. 508 more words

Wings of Fame (1990), Harmony Korine, and the Virtue of Restraint

One of the more fascinating aspects of December’s Movie of the Month, 1990’s Wings of Fame, is how delicately surreal the picture can be despite the heightened absurdity of its premise. 1,119 more words

Brandon Ledet

Bleeder: Inspirations

(To check out my previous essay on the works of Nicolas Winding Refn click here: Pusher or Drive)

By 1999, the Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn had made a name for himself. 1,275 more words

Film