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Migrating Forms (2000)

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Chicago-based avant garde filmmaker James Fotopoulos directs Migrating Forms, a minimalist exercise in sexual dysfunction. A woman with blonde hair (Rebecca Lewis) and a stone-faced man (Preston Baty) have anti-erotic sex, smoke cigarettes, and drink water. They are watched by the man's cat. The scene repeats itself while each parter develops a growth on their back and the bathroom fills up with bugs. Shot in 16 mm black-and-white, Migrating Forms won the Best Feature award at the 2000 New York Underground Film Festival.

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Critic Reviews for Migrating Forms

All Critics (2)

An ode to the weird.

Full Review… | September 9, 2004
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

With striking dream sequences, seedy black-and-white photography, and haunting sex scenes, Migrating Forms is a clinical portrait of humanity in a cage.

February 13, 2004
Film Festival Today

Audience Reviews for Migrating Forms

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Davids Lynch and Cronenberg fuse with some sort of Sartreian avant gard existentialsm of the Other in this bizarre, experimental, and very underground alchemy of cinematic form and function.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

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