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27 NOVEMBER 2009

Kitchen Sink: suburban domestic horror short film

"Disturbing horror film. A woman is cleaning her kitchen sink. Just when she thinks it is spotless, she notices what appears to be a strand of hair near the drain. As she pulls on it, she realizes it is coming out of the drain…and is very long. Nominated for Golden Palm. Written & Directed by Alison Maclean / New Zeland / 1989 Produced by Bridget Ikin Starring: Theresa Healey, Peter Tait & Annagretta Christian"

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198935mm • Alison Maclean • Annagretta Christian • Aotearoa New ZealandAustralasiabody hair • Bridget Ikin • Canadachild birthcinemaclaustrophobiacleanlinessdomestic • domestic horror • fear of the abjectgendergender roleshairhorrorhorror film • Kitchen Sink (1989) • kiwi short filmslanugo • maternity • mothermotherhoodNew Zealand cinemaNZ Film Archive • Peter Tait • psychological framingpsychological horrorshort film • sink • suburbanThe Coming of Age of The New Zealand Short Film • Theresa Healey

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Simon Perkins
01 JANUARY 2004

Buffalo 66: interior thoughts as simultaneous moments within single frames

Vincent Gallo's debut feature film Buffalo 66 (1998) fractures sequences of the film, presenting them as complex, multifaceted events. There is a sense that each of these sequences could be re–visited from a different angle causing a different reading. This approach breaks markedly with conventional Hollywood filmmaking language.

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1998auteurblack humour • Buffalo 66 (film) • Christina Ricci • cinematic languagedark comedyemotional misfitfilmfracture • interior thoughts • juxtapositionmisfitmultifacetedpicture-in-picturepsychological framingsequencesimultaneitysplit-screen • Vincent Gallo
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