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Yoshihiko Matsui’s The Noisy Requiem

There is a moment in Toshihiko Matsui‘s epic 1988 underground film The Noisy Requiem where a young school girl recalls a strange dream to her friend. In it, she sees a boy feeding pigeons and taking notice of a single … Continue reading

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Film as a Subversive Art, or Why You Should Not Miss Crispin Glover

The past few days I’ve been thinking a lot about the James River Film Society’s upcoming Crispin Glover show. Not because of all the details, like picking him up from the airport (which we did this evening), getting him fed … Continue reading

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