Thursday, September 19 2002
Blood on the Tracks is the one album that rises above all other contenders, obscuring them in its titanic blaze, because it is, at once, so familiar as well as mysterious, and so seemingly simple and yet unruly.
Burr Steers' first feature is populated by exceptionally quirky characters, most related by blood.
Sabotaging the happy play of color, song, and glamour with a deeply felt despair, Ozon has finally made his subversiveness genuinely surprising.
For these few minutes, The Banger Sisters venerates imperfection and adventure.
Sever grabs the big old gun inside and shoots in exquisite slo-mo. She even works in a hairflip.
Wednesday, September 18 2002