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10 Seriously messed up movies?
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10 Seriously messed up movies?

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Spring may seem an unlikely time to crave a messed-up movie marathon, but the trippy films on this list are worth a screening any time of the year. Full of iconic (read: extremely bizarre) scenes and surprising performances from many now...

Spring may seem an unlikely time to crave a messed-up movie marathon, but the trippy films on this list are worth a screening any time of the year. Full of iconic (read: extremely bizarre) scenes and surprising performances from many now “mainstream” actors, these are movies that will get under your skin and stay there. Of course, it’s hard to get too bummed out by a well-told story or a stylishly made film (then again: Dancer in the Dark), but here’s a final warning: these are 10 seriously messed-up stories.
SundanceTV
Apr 24, 2014
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Septien

Michael Tully, the writer/director/star of Septien, has a history with a specific hotbed of Southern-bred indie-movie talent, having worked and/or lived with the likes of David Gordon Green (All The Real Girls) and Craig Zoebel (Compliance). Tully explains this in greater detail in his unconventional set visit report for Green’s fantasy-comedy Your Highness — it’s a remarkable account of why Green’s move from Sundance-friendly indies to stoner comedies makes more sense than meets the eye. But Tully’s own film stays tense and regionally specific; Septien isn’t a Green movie, but it has a similar sort of poetic menace in telling the story of a man who disappears for almost two decades, then reappears to his family, mum about where he’s been.
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