The solumn mood of this film and the shouty interview pieces all combine to create an infectious paranoid camaraderie that I suspect is part of the thrill and gel of ]outh activism - that shared threat to self, and pursuit by 'normal' folk, police and almost everyone ... But also the depression of dissent comes out, the sense of futility, even the psychosis implied in the frankly barmy 'plot' if you can call it that. This involves several homicidal elements impossible to decipher or indeed sympathise with.
One of the malodorous and profane ranting characters is both oddly engaging but also deeply repellent despite - even though it's supposedly fiction - ±ripping with xenophobia and homophobia - I felt I'd past an awkward point where one is not sure where the fiction is revealed to carry subliminaly at least totally bonkers opinion. Still, it's an interesting and even informative piece with a powerful agit-energy. I imagine the great grunge community would gravitate to its hypnotic vibe.
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