Laloux

I took 3-MeO-PCP for the first time in a long time in the baby-blue kitchen of L & N’s apartment. I dissolved into litboard conversations on The Brothers K and then went to the Rubin at 7:30 and smoked a spliff by the entrance and went inside and went down to the theatre and went upstairs to… Continue reading Laloux

On the Erotics of Interpretation

by Suspended Reason w/ James Wood In Antonioni's film L'eclisse, the luminous Monica Vitti visits the Rome stock exchange, where her fiance, played by Alain Delon, works. Delon points out a fat man who has just lost 50 million lire. Intrigued, she follows the man. He orders a drink at a bar, barely touches it,… Continue reading On the Erotics of Interpretation

Every Little Star

  I. I filled in a long-standing gap in my cultural knowledge recently and watched Lynch's 2001 noir masterpiece Mulholland Drive. That's the sensation, right? Where listening to records or watching films in an era of unprecedented access begins to feel a bit like doing homework. Except Mulholland Drive is, itself, an almost unprecedently interesting film, one capable of… Continue reading Every Little Star