Re: fantasy call for titles

From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Feb 10 2007 - 18:31:42 PST

i guess i am too 'corrupt'
or whatever
injury or death doesn't effect me that way
laugh at horror - it's so fake
see true crime stuff as beautiful
maybe life is different when you don't believe in death - i don't know
maybe just as an artist i have no image viewing editor - all is let in as
or my adolescent boy mechanism is turned on

'eviscerating' - i was just like "ok... +"

my friend nica was in a film - i cannot remember the name of -
that we showed at the pink pony's screenings
in which she cuts off her husbands penis and scraps off her lips
- her husband was molesting their son -
people were passing out + leaving the screening
i really didn't understand that response

i thought 'begotten' was way way way too long
i did like that it was shot on the playschool cam - or was that fisher price
and it had beautiful imagery

how were u effected physically?
did you see 'repulsion' or "the act of seeing with one's own eyes"

On 2/10/07, db <email suppressed> wrote:
> On Feb 10, 2007, at 4:22 PM, Cari Machet wrote:
> Not aboriginal, but the first thing that comes to mind from the above two
> > paragraphs is "Begotten" by Elias Merhige
> >
> > db
> >
> really? hmmmn
> i didn't think it was all that - maybe in the theatre of the mind it had
> triggers but
> i was bored
> This film affected me physically, has done so for everyone I've showed it
> to (most haven't got beyond the scene of god eviscerating himself to give
> birth) and, when I went to the video store was told by the clerk, "oh that
> film is filed under extreme cult."
> I really like this as a "beyond language" film, more performance art
> (theater of cruelty for sure) than narrative feature.
> db
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