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PROGRAM - World Cinemascape - World Cinemascape: Spectrum

World Cinemascape: Spectrum

Golden Exits

DIRECTOR Alex Ross PERRY World Cinemascape: Spectrum구분없음
Nation USA 201794minDCPcolor Fiction
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Overview

Nick has settled into a safe existence in a small pocket of Brooklyn. Soon, Naomi arrives from Australia and her presence upsets the unpleasant balance holding the house members together.

  • Review

    Alex Ross Perry’s new release?Golden Exits, is followed by his previous works, Listen Up Philip(2014) and Queen of Earth(2015). Golden Exits starts with an Australian archivist named Naomi living in Brooklyn, New York. With this attractive woman’s presence, Nick and his wife Alicia face the threat of their relationship despite their perfectly framed relationship. The potential breakage of their relationship rises and shows the true side of the husband and wife’s problematic dilemma. Alex Ross Perry has stopped creating hand-held film; however, the beauty in the old 16mm long film can still be found. The presence of Emily Browning, Jason Schwartzman, Chloe Sevigny and Mary-Louis Parker’s acting definitely stands out in the film. [JANG Byungwon]

  • Credit

    Director Alex Ross PERRY
    Screenplay Alex Ross PERRY
    Producer Christos V. KONSTANTAKOPOULOS
    Cinematography Sean Price WILLIAMS
    Editor Robert GREENE
    Music Keegan DEWITT
    Sound Jim MORGAN, Lion THOMPSON
    Cast Emily BROWNING, Adam HOROVITZ, Jason SCHWARTZMAN, Chloe SEVIGNY, Mary-Louise PARKER

Director

Alex Ross PERRY

A 16mm film shot on a budget, Alex Ross Perry’s debut film <i>Impolex</i> (2009) traces a soldier wandering in a European forest during the end of World War II. His first film at Jeonju IFF, <i>The Color Wheel</i> (2011), was about a rowdy couple pinched with autism and loneliness. Since then, the whole of his films from <i>Listen Up Philip</i> (2014) to his latest <i>Her Smell</i> have been introduced at Jeonju IFF. With the actress Elisabeth Moss as his persona, Perry prefers the dusty texture of analog film in the vein of the New York Indie films. His films arouse empathy through lively characters blurting cerebral and entertaining dialogue. As he mentioned in his interview with “Sense of Cinema,” his films are about “lonely people, specifically lonely people going through the worst time in their lives.” His magnum opus, <i>Her Smell</i>, will be screened at this year’s festival.