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Experimentally Simplistic

January 19th, 2013 § Leave a Comment

Look, I thought I was going to come at you with some great little brief blog complete with pragmatic quips about this film. “It’s the most unpretentious film about experimental films you’ll ever watch,” something along those lines. Sure, I could still say that about this documentary and be completely correct and sure in my own thoughts, words, and feelings.

But, I find myself in a quandary: do so and go on acting like I didn’t read Charles Mudede’s remarks in this week’s “Stranger,” or accept that I had EXACTLY the same reaction to a film as a “Stranger” film reviewer and come to terms with it. I’ve got to give props to Mudede and Schmader for getting it right so often, so I can just accept that this week, this time (and maybe even be happy about it), I’m dead on the mark as are they.

Enjoy “Free Radicals,” cause you damn well better. Best experimental film history lesson you’ll ever get.

Yes, I seen Stan Brakhage's Criterion stuff. And yes, I did have near epilectic fits. Buyer beware.

Yes, I have seen Stan Brakhage’s Criterion stuff. And yes, I did have near epilectic fits. Buyer beware.

Oh, and the intimately integrated Sprocket Society is kicking ass on Thursday by completing the week with (here goes some “Stranger” style ALL CAPS) 16MM RARE PRINTS OF SOME OF THESE VERY SAME FILMMAKERS!

Have I arrived yet, Seattle?

—kicking out hard against the walls of perception, dan

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