Angel Mine (1978) David Blyth

Angel Mine (1978)
Genre: Fantasy | Music | Experimental
Country: New Zealand | Director: David Blyth
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 63mn
Dvdrip Xvid Avi - 640x464 - 25fps - 897mb
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0247928/

A young and affluent couple become fatally entangled in their own wish-fulfillment world. The topic of the movie itself is interesting. It is set in an Auckland, New Zealand suburb, namely Pakuranga, in your average Lockwood home. In fact it depicts suburbia, and marriage as a lot of people see it, but fail to acknowledge that this is how it really is.

An extremely strange construction of enacting desire. This would have been extremely boring if it took its narrative/conceptual conceit and presented it in a straight-forward manner, but Blyth's oddball experimentalism keeps the films' short running-time fresh. Intercut with what almost seems like absurd commercials (a la Putney Swope, but divorced from any narrative reason?) that in many ways puts the movement forward; featuring a pair of new-wave/post-punk doppelgängers with a blood lust that occasionally dance on a television screen wearing latex; an eclectic soundtrack that ranges from late-70s sci-fi punk to sloppy New Zealand post-punk--it's not a masterpiece, but there are occasionally glimpses of aesthetic brilliance.
 Angel Mine (1978)

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1 Response to "Angel Mine (1978) David Blyth"

  1. M says:

    Please, may you post:

    - Hunters (2016) by Adam Ahlbrandt.
    - The Hornet's Sting and the Hell It's Caused (2014) by Dustin Mills.

    Thank you very much.

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