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Film Review - Woodshock


Fashion has always been part of filmmaking, but now were seeing a rise of fashion designers making movies instead of simply dressing them. Tom Ford has found success behind the camera, hitting emotional highs with “A Single Man” and oddness with last year’s “Nocturnal Animals.” “Woodshock” isn’t as defined as Ford’s efforts, but it does introduce sisters Kate and Laura Mulleavy to the helming ranks, taking a brief leave from their day job as the masterminds behind Rodarte to assemble this floating journey into altered states and bottomless pain. Imagine if “Up in Smoke” was played as seriously as possible and starred Kirsten Dunst, and there’s “Woodshock” in a way. The Mulleavys have a vision for their debut, but pretty pictures and thousand yard stares do not make for a satisfying or profound viewing experience, even as artfully presented as the endeavor is.   Read the rest at


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