Tuesday, October 2, 2007

24 WORDS PER FILM (#12)



Brothers of the Head is so ravishingly gorgeous—and full of dramatic insight—it feels inappropriate to call it a “mockumentary.” Killer tunes, too.


2 comments:

Culture Snob said...

Ed:

Good work on this series.

Might I self-promote and suggest that you give haiku or haiku squared a shot? You know: 17 syllables per film?

(And, yes, I recognize the number has less cinematic appeal.)

Ed Hardy, Jr. said...

Thanks for the kudos. I enjoy doing it and it can be rather satisfying when you nail a film in only a sentence or two, which I feel I've done once or twice (BREACH and SHOOTER are both ones I feel good about.)