Liquid Sky Reviews

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September 6, 2019
A rare film where color and fantasy don't hide the attempt to discuss love and drugs. [Full Review in Spanish]
July 9, 2019
Those that are willing to engage with the film on its own strange level will be rewarded with a memorable film experience.
January 29, 2019
A monstrous, grandiose, often-glorious disco-cum-punk neon gender---- science-fiction singularity.
April 28, 2018
The film's throbbing music score, trippy effects, and commentary on sex, drugs & (punk) rock'n'roll mark it as a particularly spacey odyssey.
April 28, 2018
It's punk sci-fi, black comedy executed at the level of a vicious high-fashion comic strip; yet it rises above its banalities and leaves an imprint.
April 10, 2018
The film might sound ludicrous, and it is often funny - intentionally - but it's impassioned rather than some grim joke.
October 13, 2007
May 30, 2007
Knowingly kitsch, Liquid Sky uses the most basic effects and featuring music and fashion that were cutting edge at the time, it now looks fashionably retro.
May 30, 2007
Liquid Sky is one of the forerunners of the quirky American independent movement that exchanged substance for style, and, love it or hate it, is a true original.
April 11, 2007
Outrageous fun, this film is New Wave chic, satire, self-parody, science fiction, and certainly one of the more accessible independent features ever made.
April 11, 2007
Liquid Sky is an odd, yet generally pleasing mixture of punk rock, science fiction, and black humor.
April 11, 2007
Anne Carlisle, who stars as both the model and her creepy male counterpart, projects a disturbing and original aura of opaque, ingrained despair.
November 15, 2006
Capturing the manner and humor of a comic strip about punk culture, Liquid Sky is the brain product of Slava Tsukerman, a Soviet emigre in NY; like the aliens in his cult flick, he explores the exotic pleasures denied him in his native country.
February 9, 2006
A bizarre, often hilarious melee of weird drugs, weird sex and off-the-wall camp SF.
March 18, 2005
August 30, 2004
[This] film, with a heroine who is sometimes a hero and who is apt to show up in a red corset with matching red-and-blond skunk hairdo, can hardly be for everyone. But the right audiences are bound to appreciate the originality displayed here.
July 8, 2004
Bad, but sometimes fascinating. It's genuinely strange and, at least, truly independent.
December 24, 2003
Truly a punk quirk film...
July 18, 2003
A creepy performance by Anne Carlisle makes this watchable
November 29, 2002
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