Librarian. Archivist. Acrobat. Custodial staff.
"When it gets hot, people try to kill each other. . . It's the crisis atmosphere. People dress different. Feel different. Sweat more. They wake up cranky and they never recover. . . Things are just a little askew. Pretty soon people think the old rules aren't in effect. They start breaking them. Figure no one'll care, cause it's emergency time—time out."
The educated liberal, feminist, socially-conscious, grownass woman part of me is offended at the snarky, punching down, mean-spirited, exploitative nature of this movie.
The 13-year-old boy part of me that drew Beavis and Butt-head all over my junior high notebooks and still listens to Zeppelin and wears shirts with the sleeves cut off is overjoyed at such a unique piece of surrealist comic art.
If you are similarly torn, it helps that Jon Ronson's recent investigative audio series The Butterfly…