HyperNormalisation ★★★½

Your retired college professor paranoid ramblings. Some very persuasive, some mad, all packaged in that familiar know-it-all voice. Curtis manner of unpacking multiple tangents is always impressive in their immersive quality as much as some of his occasional cheap shots are stupid and he seems hilarious unaware of how much oversimplification his form needs. All of the material and arguments, Curtis intertwines does pack a power and his desire to make one ask questions comes through his pedagogical project. The most political act left available is trying to make sense of things.

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