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As eye-rubbing, brain-bleeding moviemaking of the outrageous goes, "The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears" doesn't really care if the audience is involved in this surreal journey into the internal spaces of murder and madness. It's a defiant, beret-tilting art house offering that's meant to be admired by cineastes, not enjoyed by the average joe, with directors Helene Cattet and Bruno Forzani creating the picture strictly for their own enjoyment, building a hallucinatory cityscape of insanity one fluttering edit and suggestive image at a time. "The Strange Color of Your Body's Tears" is only appreciable as pure cinematic craftsmanship, and it's a gorgeous movie, teeming with inventive compositions and feral lighting. However, as a mystery concerning dead bodies and suspicious men, there's no tractor beam pull to the enigmatic happenings, leaving the effort all about form. Read the rest at


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