communist, music maker 🐝 (he/they)
Seijiro Nose talks about his family history, and the intertwined history of fireworks in Nagaoka, mentioning that his father, Makoto, was "an earnest man who was always smiling." The first image we see of Seijiro's father is that of a stern face - the next few are no different; we assume that's the joke. We glide through Seijiro's memories of his father during the war, seeing the same furrowed brow. It isn't until we watch a firework go off in…
Today I will be watching Chicken Little on repeat until midnight. In a couple weeks I'll present the effects it had on my mental health and my views on the film to a group of friends in a zoom call. Round 7.
the movie muted, in its place i played The Disintegration Loops. i've watched chicken little 7 times today, but finally i have transcended.
looking past action and event: seeing only movement; my VLC player freezing, throwing pixels into…
Cop lights, flashlights, spotlights
Strobe lights, street lights
(All of the lights, all of the lights)
Fast life, drug life
Thug life, rock life
Every night (all of the lights)
Sexual/transgressive temptation and duality seen primarily as a class matter, where the allure of lustrous ruling class solidarity, lifestyle, and impunity is in conflict with a man who considers himself a saint for the exploited classes. Separating himself in two to live guilt-free in the world he already inhabits, to…
Saw James Gubb yesterday and I said "James I'm your biggest fan", so excited to finally meet the King of cinema! But to my shock, James pulled me in close and said "kill yourself, I hate you, I hate my fans, my name is James gun", and then he punched me in the face and kicked my stomach and then he stabbed me several times in the neck 😔
I'm writing this from hospital where I am in a medically induced coma. Couldn't rate this movie any higher as a result.
"No more dead cops!"
Nolan licks, nae- eats, police state boot for 2 hours 30 mins, violently pushing for a system that has a militarized police van in every poor neighbourhood, and admits to every cop practicing brutality but through a lens of heroism, necessity, and "order". 95% of the dialogue makes the case for protecting private property at all costs, and those that don't value it as God, determined by god as a natural order, and above…