This is not a typical David Cronenberg film. You won’t find his classic exuberant makeup effects or visceral transformations. The Nest is just two characters having a conversation in a long point-of-view shot. It’s so good that I sat through the entire nine minutes without blinking. It completely twisted my mind.
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Long exposure photographs are usually measured in seconds or minutes. Use solargraphy, and you might measure in months or years. The longest we’ve heard of
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The ’90s were simpler times, weren’t they?
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Tracey Emin, ‘Life Model Goes Mad’, 1996