Monday, July 8, 2013

My Favorite 60's PoMo films

All the Godard Stuff

All Jodorowsky's

Quil et Vous Polly Magoo

Blow Up

And now, as of tonight, Lions Love a crazy take on the summer of 1968 in Hollywood told in little bursts and fragments, fourth wall be damned, wrapped around the near simultaneous shootings of Robert Kennedy and Andy Warhol it goes from a narrow field view of making it in Hollywood to how America changes in the event of a national tragedy, and how the national spectacle can have a greater impact on our lives than nearby tragedies. Uses every trick in the postmodern textbook and throws in a few more which were new to me.

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