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REVIEW | The Duke of Burgundy

— — ‘Although the term ‘Freudian’ doesn’t entirely comply with Peter Strickland’s dark yet droll vision – as little in its vortex of domination / submission is left to the imagination – this film’s psychology goes much deeper than its deceptively smooth skin, and ultimately, tells a near-Gothic tale of how we always try to … Continue reading

FEATURE | Sex Destroys: The Loss of Self in The Duke of Burgundy

— — ‘Towards the film’s conclusion, she finds herself in a similar loop; the sex is white noise, as her individual voice drowns in the endless static.’ — — Check out my feature on The Duke of Burgundy at HeyUGuys (click quote or image above, or here). — — Follow the editor @GaryGreenScreen —

REVIEW | Berberian Sound Studio

Everyone seems to love Berberian Sound Studio, the latest from Peter Strickland concerning a sound engineer who gets more than what he bargained for when he takes on his latest job. I didn’t love it. Read my review here at The Film Pilgrim. — Follow FilmOnTrial on Facebook and Twitter – First Stop For Filmic Insight —

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