A mesmerizing collage of images and audio from the life and work of Jack Smith, the underground filmmaker, photographer, performance artist, and anti-capitalist, who worked in New York from... See full summary »
Originally supposed to be part of "Normal Love". Francis Francine, dressed in pink, mimes his death in a field of reeds while Tiny Tim, is filmed perched on the carcass of a graffiti car, scratching a guitar and not his famous ukulele.
Sims and Fleischner, dressed in gowns, frantically jump up and down in front of a flickering television set in Smith's Lower East Side apartment. Overstimulated was later inter-cut with ... See full summary »
This film is raw and viseral to the core. It makes you shiver while you are watching it. More consumate and realized than Flaming creatures. Simple in construction but timeless and resonate as a final product. It's awe inspiring. If you ever have the chance to see this at a film festival, do so.
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