September 9, 2017No Comments

“What I wanted was to get at what was the paradox of cinema - that we work so hard on the practical, concrete, visible and audible details of this ephemeral form, precisely in order to evoke an immaterial, invisible and unbearable universe of human experience.” Sally Potter (is the best)

July 18, 2017No Comments

The Party, Sally Potter, 2017

Sally Potter is an unusual film director making unusual films. Orlando or Rageare good examples of her cinema where form itself has center role. The Party is also a form-monster, packing seven highly distinct characters inside one house, for a comedy of errors that would make Carlo Goldoni blush. Highly enjoyable and tight, theatrical in DNA, the film is a brave follower of other previous examples from film’s history, simply called The Party.


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