A PRIMER FOR DENTAL EXTRACTION

4.5 Stars
Year Released: 1999
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 4 minutes
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This is an arty little black and white film with stark imagery and bleakly atmospheric scenarios abounding. There’s no real story within “A Primer…,” just a series of visually enticing vignettes featuring a lone young woman (Dominique Gallo).
Filmmaker Carl Weidemann’s stark imagery, deft camera work and haunting cinematography recall David Lynch’s groundbreaking “Eraserhead.” Brilliant, chilling and bursting with creativity.



Posted on February 5, 2001 in Reviews by
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