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Peter Strickland is a movie maker who likes to do things differently – his last detail 'Berberian Sound Studio' will mean you will never look at a vegetable the same method again. Here he takes on the theme of a sadomasochistic, lesbian relationship to examine how we all depend on every another and the inter dependencies that can occur to create relationships work. At the heart are two lovers Cynthia and Evelyn who seem to be in a very one sided relationship – one being mistress and one being badly used servant.They are also both entomologists and give talks on moths and butterflies – the game 'The Duke of Burgundy' is an current butterfly orange and brown in colour and found in Europe and mostly Southern Britain. The moths also act as a metaphor in the situation of being 'drawn to a flame' scenario; but also the many butterflies pinned and mounted that occur throughout the movie reflect the love/abuse relationship in that the very beauty that attracts some folks cause them to act in cruel method to the object of desire.This is not 'Fifty Shades of Grey' the sex is all tastefully done off screen. It is also exceptionally beautifully filmed – in Hungary as it turns out. The attention to style and miniscule features is almost obsessive and worth each effort in terms of rewards for the viewer. It is though about relationships and what we will do for every another – even if it goes vs our own particular grain. This is a movie for those who appreciate art-house but like it to have one foot in realism (at least) and as such is one I both enjoyed and can easy recommend.
Peter Strickland's follow-up to BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO is an equally arty mood piece, although a movie with even less plot (if that's even possible). Instead, the narrative structure focuses on building up characters and relationships and a very specific atmosphere, without worrying too much about storyline lines or hero arcs.As with BERBERIAN, it's a movie I'm in two minds about. On a physical level, it's very well made indeed and often beautifully shot. I particularly loved the '70s-themed opening credits which are quite breathtaking. As you'd expect from Strickland, the attention to feature in terms of sound is also quite wonderful; this is a movie that has clearly been carefully edited, which gotta have been a painstaking process.What I didn't play so much was the foot-dragging pace, or the lack of either resolution or explanation. In short, THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY explores the relationship between a pair of lesbian lovers, where one is the dominant mistress and the another a submissive servant. Interest arises from a twist where it gradually turns out that the submissive woman is very much the one in control. I liked that aspect of it, and the two actresses are very convincing in their parts.But what's the overall result? This is a great movie to watch and play purely on an artistic level. But it seems there's tiny to hold you coming back. This certainly isn't an exploitation piece, as any questionable material is kept off-screen and there isn't even any nudity. It's restrained, chilly, beautiful, sure, and I enjoyed the entomological background, but once I'd spent nearly two hours with this film I was eager to go on to search something with more substance.
Forget 9 1/2 Weeks, forget Last Tango in Paris, forget Secretary and most definitely forget 50 Shades, this is THE definitive cinematic essay on a dom/sub relationship.The concept is a fascinating and brave one: to make an homage to artistic elements of the "disreputable" sexploitation films of the 1970s and create it pretty and profound. It's other film that full of references to another films and to the movie-making process. I recognised only tiny tips of Just Jaekin, being unfamiliar with the another influences. I did spot the marker tape on the carpet that serve two purposes, practical and metaphorical. Er.. three, there are two metaphors going on, I think, one plot-related and one post- modern commentary.Talking of plot, it is so slight that it should be explained in three sentences. I won't, obviously, but honestly it wouldn't matter if I did. What matters is the manner of the telling.The storyline inhabits a strange dream-like zone where everyone in the city is a fetishistic female entomologist! (If anyone can explain the significance of the entomology, please do, I'm all ears!) But within the unreal external world, the two heroines inhabit an emotional globe that is utterly believable.In sumptuous but slightly muted autumn colours, the movie looks gorgeous. I found it sensual, very erotic (despite there being no more than a several seconds of anything you should call "sex" and no nudity at all), emotionally engaging, warm, sad, funny and REAL.Although the storyline deals exclusively with dominance and submission (no trace of S&M despite what it tells in all the publicity, including in interviews with the director) it is a universal storyline about conflicting desires, fantasies, believe and compromise. In some way, it is a storyline for each relationship.I absolutely loved this film.
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