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A young lesbian couple creates a mail-order business selling adult VHS tapes and Polaroids as a means to escape their oppressive Baptist town in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri.



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A young lesbian couple creates a mail-order business selling adult VHS tapes and Polaroids as a means to escape their oppressive Baptist town in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri. Written by Savannah Thrasher

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We Must Remain the Wildhearted Outsiders Review
12 July 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is SuperCult photos come Alive. A late night hypnotic waltz through a David Lynch dream. A pixelated euphoric phantasmagoria. Drone Synthesizer performances woven with T.V. static. Bible Belt Erotica made by women.

A new wave of New Age. A solemn march of spiritual resonance. Motels. Hotels. A kind of psychic erotic hallucination that takes us underwater, beneath the surface, and let's us watch from an altered consciousness. A sonic mural that is mired in Darkness.

Finally someone has made a sentimental memento to capture the internet modeling age. Pitchfork Media Generation. Thrift Store Indie Porn. An emotional memoir. The enigmatic present doesn't want to be unwrapped. A strange postcard from a Home Video that never existed.

It's really a glimpse into a Softcore VHS Motel Polaroid that courses through the same veins as Kenneth Anger's films. It doesn't get more haunting than this. A confessional booth monologue that chronicles Middle America's Secret Obsessions. The Lucid Lurid Erotica is juxtaposed with religious imagery. The movement of the camera is akin to an Out of Body Experience. A giant spider web of hypnotic mesmerizing girls programming themselves to produce Evangelical wet Dreams.

You are invited to watch this peepshow and voyeuristically peek between the blinds. A window into a soul that I like watching. The lens flare and fade techniques are the perfect marriage to the ethereal soundscapes. The Director, Chase Lisbon is really manipulating time and space with emotional depth in the contemplative spooky cosmic world of WMRTWO. A meticulously crafted realm of sexually charged imagery. It has a Libertine Spirit. Very carefully orchestrated and yet natural. It has a raw real feeling but also glides through moments that are seamlessly unreal. A subconscious Sex Dream that is mysterious, delightful, and ascetically beautiful.

An exploration into the very meaning of Eroticism and the demand for it. A prophetic raindrop that falls into a fictional world, yearning to be real. Not to fade away. The film sews together many realities. A tarot reading but in Video Format. A psychotic dance with demonic girls. A little glimpse into an Adult world with innocent eyes. You cannot capture this with words. The film grows on you and gets right inside you.

Nothing comes close to this in terms of conveying a digital kiss. You get drawn in. An escape experience. Orgasmic televised magick. A wonderland of pixel T.V. Girls. Sexual promiscuity made into a digestible pill. You become tranfixed and transmuted by the film as it both teases and tempts you. A sugary sweet lullaby that indulges your senses. Nude art that fully recognizes it's target audience. The monolake girls give you exactly what you want in a very sardonic endearing transmission.They are slaves unto themselves. Nothing can touch them. It's a kind of sexual blackmail, though they are the willing participants. A new form of pixelated eroticism. Nothing is like this. A very challenging film. A rubik cube.

A short window never to be opened again. A Erotic T.V. prayer. A kind of Candy Coated Motel Nightmare.

The girls are the real shooting stars that wish upon pyramids that this dream never ends.

Here is a film with a multidimensional soul. Let it into you. A Visionary film.

-Andre Kaufman

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