Ricardo DeAngelis, who began his career shooting the extraordinary Man Facing Southeast!). Here the planes that we see, which ought to be giving dimension and depth, are somehow flattened into a single, dimensionless level. Though distance is lost, the flat perspective gives off a wondrous sense of the otherworldly, while remaining "real."
Alessandro Giallocosta, above, left, and Nicolas Vaporidis, above, right.) These are unsavory types, all right, yet both seem a little different from the usual aging delinquents. But then, so are sis and bro.
Rutger Hauer, in one of the best roles he's had in a long while), whom sis is ordered to "befriend" and then find the "safe" in his apartment. Nothing goes quite according to plan, and all is seen through that continuing surreal gaze.
Miranda July's recent movie), a Chile/Italy/Germany/Spain co-production, distributed by Strand Releasing and running 94 minutes, opens this Friday, September 6, in New York City, exclusively at the IFC Center and will eventually open in the Los Angeles area on November 1 at Laemmle's Town Center 5 and Playhouse 7.