i bought a new pantihose, pinky one!
i'm really fuckin good at escape from something.
pics by me.
how are you now my friend
iekeliene stange and victor de bie present umfeld
" model iekeliene and artist victor take you for a ride of tea parties, polaroids and dreamy paintings at the horse hospital. "
text by kiki georgiou; photography by patrick lindblom
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'no love lost' at eleven
" artists natasha law and daisy de villeneuve talk about the dangers of household paints and their favourite felt-tip pens ahead of their joint show at Eleven opening 1st april."
text by katie antoniou
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the swedish original edition fiction.
( why it makes me thinking about the " silent hill "?...)
let the right one in
watch let the right one in exclusively on dazed digital
" stark, dark and stunningly original,
let the right one in is vampire tale about a pre-adolescent,
suburban bloodsucker you can actually believe in.
centring upon the burgeoning relationship between a bullied 12-year-old boy called oskar and his new neighbour, the creepy, nightstalking eli
(played with incredible intensity by the young actress lina leandersson),
the film is a strangely twisted ode to the trials of youth,
and it has the feel of the ultimate childhood revenge fantasy. stylistically,
this film is almost beyond compare, there is no director in modern cinema that achieves quite the same cold, clinical and haunting feel as tomas alfredson does in this thriller,
which is in part due to the icy cold,
snowy landscape that acts as the frame in which his horrific tragedy unfolds.
scenes of eli's desperate father blood-letting
unsuspecting victims to keep his daughter alive are
shot through with such pathological disregard for any emotion that they are
at times difficult to watch. and that's really the crux of this film,
the overarching sense of reality it achieves – despite being concerned with one of the oldest folklore archetypes known to humanity,
when you leave the cinema you almost believe that all of this could actually be happening every other night in the suburbs of sweden.
of course, eli's insatiable thirst for blood eventually leads to her discovery
and her blossoming friendship with the lonely tortured oskar is threatened.
but we don't want to give too much away here, so suffice
to say that if you see one film this month, this cutting-edge swedish horror should be it...
it's perhaps the most important step forward in the genre since the exorcist.
prepare yourself for a tale of existential angst, blood-letting, murder, childhood,
love and friendship that is beyond parallel. here,
dazed digital gives you an exclusive preview of the film everyone is talking about..."