« Let the Corpses Tan is the essence of a hallucinogenic midnight movie » bigfacesmallrazor.com

« Let the Corpses Tan is the essence of a hallucinogenic midnight movie » bigfacesmallrazor.com

« Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani’s Let the Corpses Tan (B+) was the essence of a hallucinogenic midnight movie.  Featuring a cast of silhouettes, this kaleidoscopic tribute to a bygone era perfectly recaptures this aura without becoming a dull reproduction: it’s a better contemporary grindhouse flick than the grindhouse revival; a better contemporary Giallo than most present-day Giallo (including Cattet and Forzani’s own The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears), and a better neo-western than most neo-westerns. A Corsican hamlet atop a gorgeous mountain is the stage for an all-night shootout between the artists who reside there, the thieves who hide away there, a mother and her children who run away there, and the police who follow them all. »

 

 

 

 

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