Migrating Forms
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Chicago-based avant garde filmmaker James Fotopoulos directs Migrating Forms, a minimalist exercise in sexual dysfunction. A woman with blonde hair (Rebecca Lewis) and a stone-faced man (Preston Baty) have anti-erotic sex, smoke cigarettes, and drink water. They are watched by the man's cat. The scene repeats itself while each parter develops a growth on their back and the bathroom fills up with bugs. Shot in 16 mm black-and-white, Migrating Forms won the Best Feature award at the 2000 New York Underground Film Festival. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"An ode to the weird."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"With striking dream sequences, seedy black-and-white photography, and haunting sex scenes, Migrating Forms is a clinical portrait of humanity in a cage."
‑ Jeremiah Kipp, Film Festival Today
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