Trapped in the Closet: Chapters 13-22 (2007)
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1-12 started a craze and made it an instant classic. 13-22 are great in their own right. Not as monumental as the first set, but surely gets the jobs done.
Some of the concepts begun in this part are rather interesting in principle/potential. R. Kelly seems to want to try to play with multiple overlapping layers of narrative, to want to make this decade's answer to the original Singing Detective. However, none of it quite goes anywhere, since R. Kelly has no idea what to do, and so the layers are merely presented and handled with the ineptitude of a non-filmmaker - and not a smart one at that. As with the previous section, this is also incredibly dull. You should watch The Singing Detective, though - the miniseries, I mean, by Dennis Potter, with Michael Gambon. It's visionary and brilliant. This just trips all over itself and the ideas too deep for it to take hold of.
it starts to lose its fopcus when it becomes some wanna be neo-noir gangster saga... but it's hard not to love those gold toofs.
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