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I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that “Infinity Baby” was shot over a matter of days. It also wouldn’t be a shock to learn that the movie was created for some type of academic requirement or perhaps an art installation. It’s not a conventional picture by any means, but it’s barely a picture to begin with, unfolding without much care for storytelling support or character arcs. Director Bob Byington and screenwriter Onur Tukel seemingly set out to celebrate the art of acting with the feature, and they’re quite successful, as sharp, committed performances are all over “Infinity Baby,” helping to sell the vague fantasy on display. It’s an odd film, intentionally so, and your mileage may vary when it comes to the lasting impact of an ephemeral effort, but there are interesting attitudes and neuroses here that save the viewing experience, or at least make it tolerable for 67 minutes of screen time.  Read the rest at


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