Max Weber gets meta about film
Max Weber interviewed Victor Waterson – the Australia First Party candidate for Bennelong
It’s a Monday afternoon. The Abercrombie has ten dollar lunches, ten dollar jugs and there’s a strike tomorrow. The ‘crombie’s beer-garden restroom – smelling like copper; walls asphalt-coloured – is plastered with a thousand stickers of amateur club promoters and graffiti writers. The real problem though, is the urinal trough – a painfully awkward size,…
Max Weber took the scenic route in Borneo
Stoker isn’t marked by the unabated savageness of Park’s Korean offerings, but rather restrains itself until tension builds overlong; bursting into sexual violence and bubbling back down again.
Only God Forgives is the second collaboration between Ryan Gosling and Nicolas Winding Refn, after 2011’s Drive. It can be a disaffecting, disorienting experience.
Upstream Colour is a rare, and paradoxical, example of a film that makes complete sense in of itself, but is impossible to summate.
Max Weber sticks to one genre in this article on genre mixing