ZERO is a definite standout. Crude, perverse, yet strangely captivating. This might be the first love story between a man and an inanimate object which makes sense on a very base level. I felt that it steered clear of downright pornography and examined the character's real love for the 'object' of his desires. I also wondered about the long, and almost inane 'nature' shots. These might be an attempt to demonstrate the character's desolation without the Love of his life. This is one of the few films that I have seen in a long time which seems to resonate long after you have finished watching the movie. Certainly it owes a lot to the early work of David Lynch, but I think that Fotopoulos takes the freakishness to a higher and more pure level. I would definitely recommend this film to someone who appreciates non-mainstream film making.
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