Celluloid Dreams The Directors Label

   

‘Glass Lips’ exerts a chilly fascination from minute to minute… A harshly beautiful, dialogue-free meditation on the indelible influence of childhood trauma.
VARIETY

This haunting look at the nature of nurture uses the childhood memories of a traumatized young poet to create an aesthetic of dysfunction that’s as beautiful as it is disturbing. Originally shown as a gallery installation of 33 video artworks titled ‘Blood of a Poet’, ‘Glass Lips’ contrasts meticulously controlled images with emotional anarchy. After a while the film’s expressiveness becomes so hypnotic that it’s difficult not to make your own connections.
THE NEW YORK TIMES

The hypnotic, painterly images combine with haunting music in one of the most unusual, beautiful films of the year.
NEW YORK POST

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