January 22, 2007

Redford's Next Film: "The Deer Humper?"

This is depraved:

"Zoo" is a documentary about what director Robinson Devor accurately characterizes as "the last taboo, on the boundary of something comprehensible." But remarkably, an elegant, eerily lyrical film has resulted.

"Zoo," premiering before a rapt audience Saturday night at Sundance, manages to be a poetic film about a forbidden subject, a perfect marriage between a cool and contemplative director (the little-seen "Police Beat") and potentially incendiary subject matter: sex between men and animals.

We're real proud of ya there, Sundance. Now take off the saddle.

Up next for Devor: Big Fish, Twelve Monkeys, The Silence of the Lambs, Raging Bull, and of course, Groundhog Day.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at January 22, 2007 07:08 PM | TrackBack

Brokeback Mountain Gorilla?

A River Rat Runs Through It?

Munch of the Penguins?

Posted by: cfbleachers at January 22, 2007 08:18 PM

I'm still waiting for the prosecution of those Hippie Cavemen...

Posted by: Frederick at January 23, 2007 12:37 AM

I've ceased using brain cells on what Sundance critics think. They all seem to try to out do each other in how bizzarly liberal they can think.

Posted by: Retired Navy at January 23, 2007 07:06 AM

Aiiiyiiiyiii! Let's catch the bestiality film then go to the child lovin' cimema - OK Moonbeam?

Posted by: Bandit at January 23, 2007 09:40 AM