色轮, Alex Ross Perry’s highly original second feature, beautifully filmed in black-and-white 16mm, follows the calamity and chaos when a young woman, JR, forces her reluctant and disapproving younger brother Colin on a road trip to help her move out of her professor-turned-lover’s apartment. During this conversation with Chief Curator David Schwartz at Museum of the Moving Image, Perry, an inveterate cineaste, discusses his influences, and the film’s unique style and its startling portrayal of incestuous sexual tension.色轮, which has developing a following on the festival circuit, was recently called “The future of cinema, I hope,” by film critic Ignatiy Vishnevetsky.
Alex Ross Perry
12月 8, 2011
在潘诺尼亚基金会的慷慨资助下，与电影、电视和数字媒体中的创意人物（前身为 Pinewood Dialogues）的讨论成为可能。