Goddamn, life is sad.
This is not a film to be watched once.
And not a film for young minds (though the pearly Lisbeth Movin gausses gossamer every vignette).
Form ever follows function. So sayeth Louis Sullivan.
Your gauss is as good as mien.
Meshes of the afternoon blur her tearstained smile.
Movin’ on up, now.
In evolution. Function ever following form.
Invocation vs. induction.
Carl Friedrich’s magnetic flux density.
88 miles-per-hour for all us schmucks out there.
Who is crazier:
the witches or the witch hunt?
The conspirators or the conspiracy theorists?
Myths overlaid like handiwork upon reality.
So that all of life is misunderstood.
Not a theory, but a story.
A hall-of-mirrors lens.
By my watch.
What century you got?
The witch craze.
The accusation frenzy.
Hysteria. Wisteria. Listeria.
Meanwhile, there was a fucking war going on.
Day of Wrath. Dies irae. Rachmaninov obsessed with the downward spiral.
The Houellebecq method of citation.
Tag and seek.
Luddites invading Fort Meade.
Digital grinders. And grindermen.
That USJFCOM found an enemy at a propitious time.
Inviting Christensen down from Harvard Business School to disrupt.
From Häxan through the Swedish.
Most everything passes through Denmark here.
The last executioner.
The founder (with a Grinder man) of neuro-linguistic programming who was charged with murder.
Age differences in relationships. [Aha! A sesame seed!!]
Pagans. Odin. Wednesday.
Hair parted right down the middle like John Waters’ mustache migrated due north (prove that you’re not a robot).
Professional videogame player?!? Where’s the market for that…
And, of course, The Gambia. No industrial light nor magic there.
White white white.
White man say all good thing come from him.
White man invent every innovation.
White man naturally attracted to white woman.
A Victoria’s Secret Angel with leprosy. Yowzah!
Norwegian jazz. A bit like Utah jazz.
But, most of all, yodelers!
Which is how I got on this string.
The grave importance of string theory.
Because her needlepoint tells a story.
A mother walking hand-in-hand with a son.
But the mother is the younger one.
The two mothers.
One a goddess of archetype.
The other a bored housewife.
You actually have to go back to 1590 for this kind of boredom.
But it comes alive. Kiss.
Thanks to Dreyer. A true auteur. A true Danish genius.
Anna Svierkier acts her flabby behind off.
Thorkild Roose looks like Hume Cronyn in Brewster’s Millions (1985).
Such sad perfection from Sigrid Neiiendam.
It is not the hero role for Preben Lerdorff Rye.
No Ordet, this.
He might be stuck in the bog. Or he might have gone around the bog.
It’s like a bad porno.
But Movin is a star on the order of Adrianna Nicole.
The Blue Bunny.
Brown is the Warmest Color.
Somebody please cast Adrianna Suplick in something.
Suplick? Movin. [Golly.]
Which is to say that Lisbeth Movin fills up the screen like a supernova.
Collapsing. Prolapsing. Yikes…
Her husband cofounded the works at Hellerup.
Godspeed you b!ack emperor tomato
Spells ALM. And nobody thought code.
Fearsome beauty of genius.