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Aimy in a Cage (2015)

A creative teenage girl is forced to undergo a mind-altering procedure while a virus spreads throughout the globe.

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... Claude Bohringer
... Aimy Micry
... Grandma Micry
... Caroline
... Steve
... Gruzzlebird Micry
Sara Murphy ... Kelly Moss
... Grandma Moss
... Commander Lopchocks
... News Anchor
... Kenneth (as Charles Everett Tacker)
... Jackie Moss
... Dr. Issie
... HAZMAT Tech
... HAZMAT Tech
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A creative teenage girl is forced to undergo a mind-altering procedure while a virus spreads throughout the globe.

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There was a 68 year age difference between Terry Moore (85) who plays Grandma Micry and Allisyn Ashley Arm (17) who plays Aimy. See more »

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A Beautiful Mess
14 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

I can imagine Aimy in a Cage causing great distress to a casual audience during screenings. Not so much for the content, as it's artistic and experimental form. I pity those who don't have the imagination or capacity to dream of cinema outside of a prescribed copy & paste format. There is a lot owed to Tim Burton - with the colored lighting, gaudy sets, costumes and props reminiscent of Burton's earlier works. The theme of being a repugnant and excluded artist is also present throughout. I saw the film as a subverted allegory for a girl struggling with an eating disorder, but who knows. Like the best surrealist cinema, the film flows subconsciously, like coming in-and-out of deep sleep. The cuts don't necessarily match and the audio isn't always synced, but it only adds to the orchestrated chaos of the film. Intentionally or not, I found the film hilarious in parts, especially scenes involving the Grandmother or Crispin Glover. Unfortunately, the narrative does fall-apart around the 50-minute mark (somewhat amusing in itself) as the cast shrinks downs to a trio. No doubt due to budget constraints. Still, I commend the filmmakers for creating this nightmarish fairytale, experimenting with cinema as an art-form. Which - lets face it, in recent times has reverted to being spoon-fed warm diarrhoea by major corporations.


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