When Measure for Measure’s noisy stage business quiets down, Simon Godwin’s production is powerful.
For a film that warns against believing in a mirage, Burn Country seems all too comfortable perpetuating one.
Perhaps the most shocking aspect of provocateur Ivo van Hove’s slick remounting of Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes is that it really isn’t that shocking.
If Lynn Hershman-Leeson’s film can be frustratingly incomplete, it’s because the case it documents is very much still in legal limbo.
What with the San Francisco setting, screaming AIDS metaphor, synchronized clone voguing and references to Björk, Teknolust is no runaway gay fantasia.