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Review of Jame Fotopoulos's Back Against the Wall at Village Voice

The prolific Chicago based indie filmmaker James Fotopoulos's Back Against the Wall (2000) sounds bizarre & interesting (available for purchase from Facets). Check out a review of the film, by J. Hoberman at Village Voice, here.

Here is a sentence from the review:

"Typically shot in drab black-and-white, Cinefotopoulos is characterized by its total conviction and obsessive structure, as well as a distinctive atmosphere of poverty-row geekery that bids at any moment to loose a torrent of perversion."

Read the rest here.

- Sujewa

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