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A dryly absurd and gradually creepy portrait of how the balance between man and nature might quietly go awry.
File with The Turin Horse and Melancholia as one of the great end of the world movies of the 2010s.
I love the effigies in the piece, constructed by the townsfolk as ideas of order in a Wallace Stevens poem.
The pastoral setting, giant wicker men, ridiculous masks, and insurgent animals are familiar elements to classic fables. Brosens and Woodworth combine them into something new, and far more frightening.
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